Danilo Andrade

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Danilo Andrade

7 days ago

In the early twentieth century, concern about children’s welfare in oppressive factories was a primary catalyst for enacting child labor laws and simultaneously tightening compulsory schooling laws. Yet, for many of today’s children, the time they spend in forced schooling environments is both cruel and hazardous to their health. Gone are the oppressive factories, but in their place are oppressive schools.

Factory-Like Schools Are the Child Labor Crisis of Today

fee.org

Danilo Andrade

22 days ago

They were so obsessed with giving everyone a voice that they never stopped to wonder what would happen when everyone got one. And they never asked themselves what everyone meant.

One person’s history of Twitter, from beginning to end

medium.com

Danilo Andrade

22 days ago

Patients were shown homoerotic pictures while being given numerous electric shocks, or drugs that made them repeatedly vomit or defecate, often in multiple sessions over many months, in an attempt to encourage an association between pain and sexual feelings towards the same sex. One psychiatrist nurse revealed that he was instructed to leave patients in their bodily fluids. Some were left like this for days.

UK Psychiatrists Have Issued An Historic Admission Of The Harm Done To Gay People By Aversion Therapy

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Danilo Andrade

29 days ago

This is another clear example of why important protocols like WPA and WPA2 should be open and free to the public: so that security researchers can investigate and catch these sorts of vulnerabilities early in the life of a protocol, before it’s embedded in billions of devices.

KRACK Vulnerability: What You Need To Know

eff.org

Danilo Andrade

43 days ago

Schools might seem like poor targets for ransom schemes. Cash-strapped and ill equipped to defend their networked systems, schools are low-hanging fruit. But unlike businesses that might take it on the chin when their systems are hijacked by The Dark Overlord, schools have little recourse and only one mandate: to ensure that students are safe and to verify that they face no actual, physical threat.

Cyber Ransom Group Hits Soft Targets: US Schools

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Danilo Andrade

45 days ago

The issue goes beyond the niche technology of internet-enabled sex toys. The latest versions of some hearing aids also support BLE.

Dildon'ts of Bluetooth: Pen test boffins sniff out Berlin's smart butt plugs

theregister.co.uk

Danilo Andrade

45 days ago

Viruses might have exploited embryos to make more copies of themselves. By keeping their hosts as stem cells for longer, the viruses were able to invade more parts of the embryo’s body.

Ancient Viruses Are Buried in Your DNA

nytimes.com

Danilo Andrade

46 days ago

Here's How Breitbart And Milo Smuggled Nazi and White Nationalist Ideas Into The Mainstream

buzzfeed.com

Danilo Andrade

56 days ago

O programa oferece um endereço de e-mail para contato e informa que o "preço" para o envio do código é um lote de 10 "nudes" do usuário

Como se proteger do nRansom, vírus que exige 'nudes' para liberar seu computador

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Danilo Andrade

57 days ago

Scientists are not as objective as they think they are. It is an extremely destabilizing realization for someone whose entire career has been rooted in the belief in human objectivity.

Why Men Don’t Believe the Data on Gender Bias in Science

wired.com

Danilo Andrade

57 days ago

Because conversations in Slack happen on a one-way conveyor belt, our team began feeling like they had to stay constantly connected to keep up. If you weren’t following conversations as they unfolded inside Slack, you were likely missing out on important discussions and decisions.

Why we’re betting against real-time team messaging

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Danilo Andrade

57 days ago

Boarding pass bar codes and QR codes usually contain all of the data shown on the front of a boarding pass, and some boarding pass barcodes actually conceal even more personal information than what’s printed on the boarding pass.

Why It’s Still A Bad Idea to Post or Trash Your Airline Boarding Pass

krebsonsecurity.com

Danilo Andrade

57 days ago

historically, the classification of diseases in psychiatry has been argued to be the outcome of a struggle in which “the most famous and articulate professor won”. The future must be based on evidence and a conversation which includes the perspectives of people who suffer – and cope well with – these experiences.

The concept of schizophrenia is coming to an end – here’s why

theconversation.com

Danilo Andrade

65 days ago

This is the underground practice of hacking back, where private companies and individuals retaliate against hackers to protect their own networks or data, often breaking laws in the process. But despite being something of an open secret in the information security world, examples of what exactly happens behind the scenes of these hacking campaigns rarely make their way into the public,

Revenge Hacking Is Hitting the Big Time

thedailybeast.com

Danilo Andrade

70 days ago

It's not "less secure than a PIN", it's differently secure and the trick now is in individuals choosing the auth model that's right for them.

Face ID, Touch ID, No ID, PINs and Pragmatic Security

troyhunt.com

Danilo Andrade

70 days ago

Actions that are considered criminal when parents do them are somehow tolerated in the nation’s public schools. Locking children in dark closets or physically restraining them with ropes and ties can cause serious emotional trauma and bodily harm. Parents shouldn’t do it, and neither should the state.

Solitary Confinement is Appallingly Common In Public Schools

fee.org

Danilo Andrade

71 days ago

In this 21st-century version, companies are using intellectual property law – intended to protect ideas – to control physical objects consumers think they own.

The ‘internet of things’ is sending us back to the Middle Ages

theconversation.com

Danilo Andrade

79 days ago

while politicians, including President Donald Trump, rally around the promise to "bring coal back," the residents in many of these communities would rather look to the future. And in their mind, that future depends on high-speed internet.

Rural America Is Building Its Own Internet Because No One Else Will

motherboard.vice.com

Danilo Andrade

98 days ago

será que as empresas realmente estão se importando com os dados de seus usuários?
Eu faço essa pergunta muito seriamente, depois de alguns reports que eu já enviei para empresas nacionais e nunca recebi resposta.

Roubando Contratos Bancários De Uma Fintech Brasileira

fidelis.work

Danilo Andrade

104 days ago

é possível relacionar informações que a Serasa possui sobre você com as suas informações no Facebook.

Quando a Serasa encontra o Facebook

segurancalegal.com

Danilo Andrade

104 days ago

while people may have a right to express their beliefs in public, that does not mean companies cannot take action when women are subjected to comments that perpetuate negative stereotypes about them based on their gender.

Read YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki's Response to the Controversial Google Anti-Diversity Memo

fortune.com

Danilo Andrade

105 days ago

o ladrão vai onde está o dinheiro. E qual o melhor lugar que um hospital para ter retorno rápido? Um hospital não pode parar

Vulneráveis, hospitais sofrem cada vez mais ataques cibernéticos

bbc.com

Danilo Andrade

105 days ago

captive portals work by doing exactly that: they intercept and alter the connection between the user and the site they are trying to visit. On an unencrypted HTTP connection, the user would not even notice this. But for sites secured with HTTPS, the web browser detects something or someone hijacking the connection

How Captive Portals Interfere With Wireless Security and Privacy

eff.org

Danilo Andrade

107 days ago

We usually assume that “government” refers to state authorities. Yet the state is only one kind of government.

How bosses are (literally) like dictators

vox.com

Danilo Andrade

108 days ago

order takeout food, take a cab or pay someone to run an errand.

Want to Be Happy? Buy More Takeout and Hire a Maid, Study Suggests

nytimes.com

Danilo Andrade

114 days ago

if you use Google Chrome, it will also include just about every website you've ever visited, all catalogued by date and time, and completely searchable.

Google keeps a complete list of almost everything you've looked at on the internet

independent.co.uk

Danilo Andrade

118 days ago

Os veículos de comunicação alemães corroboraram que a filial brasileira espionou seus trabalhadores e suas ideias políticas, e os dados acabaram em “listas negras” em mãos do Dops.

Como a Volks cooperou com a ditadura brasileira

diariodocentrodomundo.com.br

Danilo Andrade

118 days ago

Bolsonaro quer trazer o Exército de volta para a política. Nesse momento, há dois países fazendo isso: a Venezuela, onde Maduro só se sustenta porque entregou o Estado para os oficiais, e a Coreia do Norte, governada pela doutrina oficial Songun, a primazia das forças armadas.

Chances de vitória de Bolsonaro são a desistência de um Brasil moderno

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Danilo Andrade

118 days ago

while there’s no doubt that text-based verification can be vulnerable to hacks and scams, Manzuik argues that in cases where it’s all that providers offer, it’s still better than simply using passwords.

“It definitely is risky, but it also depends on your personal threat model,” he says. “For the average person, I think having SMS is a lot better than having nothing at all.

How To Steal A Phone Number (And Everything Linked To It)

fastcompany.com

Danilo Andrade

118 days ago

Just as robotics has transformed manufacturing, tools like Wolfram|Alpha are forcing us to rethink an educational system by challenging it to rise to the new technological standard. Either we reshape our schools to embrace tools like Wolfram|Alpha, or we risk becoming living artifacts in a rapidly progressing world.

AI Is Making It Extremely Easy for Students to Cheat

wired.com

Danilo Andrade

122 days ago

Enquanto isso, as cadeias em todo o Brasil enfrentam o problema da superlotação por conta da chegada de novas levas de acusados de tráfico. Casos como o do presidiário condenado por conta de 0,02 gramas de maconha. Muitos dos presos são mulheres e negros, quase todos são pobres.

O tráfico e o filho da desembargadora: por que só os pobres ficam na cadeia? Por Joaquim de Carvalho

diariodocentrodomundo.com.br

Danilo Andrade

123 days ago

The findings surprised both researchers: A dozen of the 14 compounds were still as potent as they were when they were manufactured, some at almost 100 percent of their labeled concentrations.

That Drug Expiration Date May Be More Myth Than Fact

npr.org

Danilo Andrade

125 days ago

My sex doll is so much better than my real wife

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Danilo Andrade

127 days ago

Don’t turn your handset off in response to a flurry of nuisance calls. This can be a ploy used by fraudsters to delay victims noticing a loss of service when a sim is swapped.

‘Sim swap’ gives fraudsters access-all-areas via your mobile phone

theguardian.com

Danilo Andrade

127 days ago

The vulnerability isn't as severe as it sounds, as an attacker would need to trick a victim into downloading an MSI file in the first place. Furthermore, the exploit code is executed with the victim's privileges. Tcause more damage, the attacker would also need to elevate his access to root-level to be truly effective.

"Bad Taste" Vulnerability Affects Linux Systems via Malicious Windows MSI Files

bleepingcomputer.com

Danilo Andrade

129 days ago

O brilhantemente simples sistema de permissões do Linux

meiobit.com

Danilo Andrade

129 days ago

A equação econômico-financeiro dessa política pública corre o risco de tornar a privacidade um artigo de luxo, de uma classe que não precisa de assistência social. Nesse caso em específico, por mais bem-intencionada que seja a proposta, a inclusão gera paradoxalmente exclusão.

Expansão do Wi-Fi público às “custas” de dados pessoais

jota.info

Danilo Andrade

129 days ago

Quem saía de casa às 5h da manhã, terá que sair às 3h se os patrões assim desejarem. Muito complicado para uma categoria que não tem relógio de ponto

Domésticas sentirão na pele efeitos perversos da reforma trabalhista

brasil247.com

Danilo Andrade

130 days ago

As mulheres eram usadas como pretexto para Sampaio se aproximar dos parlamentares. Os diálogos interceptados revelam que um dos interesses do suspeito era a regulamentação da fosfoetanolamina, conhecida como pílula do câncer.

Senador Ivo Cassol e assessores de Bolsonaro são interceptados em investigação sobre prostituição

brasil247.com

Danilo Andrade

136 days ago

58% dos brasileiros consultados para o levantamento disseram que se sentem seguros ao usar Wi-Fi grátis

O raio-X do uso do Wi-Fi pelos brasileiros

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Danilo Andrade

138 days ago

“Games provide a sense of waking in the morning with one goal: I’m trying to improve this skill, teammates are counting on me, and my online community is relying on me,” said Jane McGonigal, a video game scholar and game designer. “There is a routine and daily progress that does a good job at replacing traditional work.”

Why Some Men Don’t Work: Video Games Have Gotten Really Good

nytimes.com

Danilo Andrade

138 days ago

Broadcom Wi-Fi chips embedded in Android and iOS devices are vulnerable to a bug that allows an attacker to execute code on their devices, without any interaction needed from the user.

Broadpwn Bug Affects Millions of Android and iOS Devices

bleepingcomputer.com

Danilo Andrade

140 days ago

Password strength indicators like those above are nothing more than simple calculators. They know nothing of human behaviour and that's an absolutely critical element of how passwords are created, managed and indeed compromised. "Good" password indicators don't necessarily mean they're good and "bad" ones don't necessarily mean they're bad.

Password Strength Indicators Help People Make Ill-Informed Choices

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Danilo Andrade

141 days ago

Millennial consumers are more attracted than their elders to cooking at home, ordering delivery from restaurants, and eating quickly, in fast-casual or quick-serve restaurants

Millennials are killing chains like Buffalo Wild Wings and Applebee's

businessinsider.com

Danilo Andrade

141 days ago

In the Anglo-Saxon world it is typical to think of election campaigns as being about persuading people and making them like you. This ignores another side of campaigning: lowering the turnout of people who support your opponents

Gay marriage and the six rules behind Angela Merkel’s political longevity

economist.com

Danilo Andrade

143 days ago

Wouldn't companies push back against such demands? Possibly: but it's a much harder fight to win if it's not just the UK making the demand, but an international coalition of governments putting pressure on them to obey the same powers.

Five Eyes Unlimited: What A Global Anti-Encryption Regime Could Look Like

eff.org

Danilo Andrade

143 days ago

attackers used DoublePulsar to steal an IDT contractor’s credentials. Then they deployed ransomware in what appears to be a cover for their real motive: broader access to IDT’s businesses.

A Cyberattack ‘the World Isn’t Ready For’

nytimes.com

Danilo Andrade

143 days ago

This is a place where you can do your worst without retaliation or prosecution,” says Geers, the NATO ambassador. “Ukraine is not France or Germany. A lot of Americans can’t find it on a map, so you can practice there.” (At a meeting of diplomats in April, US secretary of state Rex Tillerson went so far as to ask, “Why should US taxpayers be interested in Ukraine?”)

How An Entire Nation Became Russia's Test Lab for Cyberwar

wired.com

Danilo Andrade

144 days ago

Alternatively, if you don’t trust sites not to collect your information this way, consider using a tool such as UBlock Origin that prevents invisible claws from descending into the toy chest of data in your browser.

Before You Hit 'Submit,' This Company Has Already Logged Your Personal Data

gizmodo.com

Danilo Andrade

144 days ago

in the midst of the decline of religious affiliation in America, and the rise of isolation and loneliness, many ostensibly non-religious communities are “functioning in ways that look a little bit religious,”

The Church of CrossFit

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