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Historical Hacks: SolarWinds

18 hours ago 5 minute read 0 comments Investigator515

Unpacking the Breach that Rocked the World. If you aren’t a medium member, you can read with no paywall via substack As we’ve started to look at some historical incidents that have helped shape the modern cybersecurity landscape, there have been some...

A bygone era of Russian TV

25 May 2024 11 minute read 0 comments Ship Shard

Publication in Russian on the Zen blog Why children's programs disappeared from TV. The bygone era of “that same” TV. What we watched when we came home from school on Channel 1 and what children have to watch now. Pa...

What The Tech?! Rocket Engines

20 May 2024 7 minute read 1 comment Investigator515

Rockets gave us satellites, the space race and new technology for civilians. If you aren’t a medium member, you can read with no paywall via substack While covering the history of our connected world there’s been a heavy focus on electronics, with sa...

City of Nitra and peak Zobor

18 May 2024 2 minute read 0 comments photoparadise

Hi. In the previous article, we learned something about the Nitra Castle, and today we will go see the city of Nitra and take a trip to Zobor. You can find this old historical town in western Slovakia. It is the fifth largest Slovak city and I highly...

Slovak opal mines

14 May 2024 3 minute read 0 comments photoparadise

Hi, I like to visit interesting places where I haven't been before, so I came up with another educational and experiential trip to eastern Slovakia for myself and my friends. Despite the fact that the weather is supposed to be nice and sunny, we will...

Notes on the failed crypto revolution

9 May 2024 1 minute read 0 comments Kenzoo

Failure is a bitter word that must be accepted, but not to be regretted but to be used as a whip for the process to become success. Many things trigger why failure occurs. Without blaming one party, this bitter reality must be a lesson to overcome ho...

Fun History In Under A Minute- Executive Order 6102

8 May 2024 1 minute read 0 comments SeventyFourSeventyFive

Ever wonder how much power we give the US government? Just for fun reading, I have briefly described the time, starting in 1933, in American history where gold ownership was against the law. It is not quite as bad as it sounds, citizens could still o...

Jobs vs Wozniak about computers

7 May 2024 1 minute read 0 comments Vladan Lausevic

  The narrative surrounding Apple Inc.'s inception illustrates the divergent viewpoints of its co-founders, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, particularly concerning the burgeoning field of personal computing. In a pivotal moment in 1976 at the Homebrew...

Historical Hacks: Ashley Madison

6 May 2024 6 minute read 3 comments Investigator515

Breached data can cause all kinds of long-term issues to user security. If you aren’t a medium member, you can read with no paywall via substack When you’re dealing with cybersecurity it’s often true to say that some of the more damaging incidents co...

The Mississippi Bubble 1720: A Financial Fable

2 May 2024 2 minute read 2 comments subscriber

The Mississippi Bubble, also known as the Law’s Bubble, was a financial speculation scheme that occurred in France in 1720. It was orchestrated by John Law, a Scottish economist who had been granted authority by the French regent to establish the Ban...