Tag: audio

  1. Shaun King: Recording from a Corporate Meeting about the Dakota Access Pipeline

    14 December 2016

    Supposedly, the man speaking is Matthew Ramsey, COO of Energy Transfer Partners.

    The interesting bit is around the 6:30 mark.

    Just in case, I've put up a local mirror of the recording.

    The thread talking about it starts here.

    Remember to pick this the hell apart and run every last detail to ground.


  2. Malware which makes use of (even more) unexpected covert channels (than usual).

    18 January 2014

    Late last year, known and respected information security researcher Dragos Ruiu began tweeting about something he called #badBIOS - a malware agent of some kind that he says jacks the BIOS of a machine and sets itself up as a hypervisor-cum-backdoor beneath the operating system. He's gathered got some evidence that instances of the beastie communicate via near-ultrasound by directly manipulating the soundcard without interacting with the OS' drivers. Whether or not he's actually right, some of the NSA's older existing tools aside - it was surprising how fast corroborating details started popping up around the Net.

    In December of 2013 …


  3. Random knowledge IV.

    25 January 2007

    Just because it's usually the one-half teaspoon that falls off the holder and it's usually the one-half teaspoon that fell off the holder that you grabbed out of the drawer doesnt't mean that it's the one-half teaspoon that you really grabbed. Always look before you use measuring implements.

    When a recipe says to use eggs, use real eggs. Four times out of five, Egg Beaters just won't cut it.

    When creaming butter and sugar together (probably butter and anything, I havn't tried yet) it doesn't hurt if you melt the butter in a skillet or frying pan first. If anything …