I hope you enjoy my latest cartoon about passwords on the Dark Web. These days, it seems, login credentials and other personal data are routinely stocking the shelves of the Dark Web. Last year, a hacker was peddling 117 million LinkedIn user email and passwords. And, late last year, researchers found a file with 1.4 billion passwords […]
Archive of all posts about a hacker by Professor Daniel J. Solove for his blog at TeachPrivacy, a privacy awareness and security training company.
The Funniest Hacker Stock Photos 2.0
Back by popular demand, it’s time for another round of the funniest hacker stock photos. Because I create information security awareness training (and HIPAA security training too), I frequently find myself in need of a good hacker photo. But good hacker photos are hard to find. I often browse through countless images, each one more […]
Baseball’s “Hacking” Case: Are You a Hacker Too?
By Daniel J. Solove I’m a St. Louis Cardinals fan, so I guess it is fitting that my favorite team becomes embroiled in a big privacy and data security incident. At the outset, apologies for the feature photo above. It pulled up under a search for “baseball hacker,” and as a collector of ridiculous […]
The Funniest Hacker Stock Photos
By Daniel J. Solove I produce computer-based privacy and data security training, so I’m often in the hunt for stock photos. One of the hardest things in the world to do is to find a stock photo of a hacker that doesn’t look absolutely ridiculous. I’ve gone through hundreds of hacker stock photos, and […]