In science fiction, it’s called Darknet. In crime thrillers, it’s Dark web. But they are both referring to the same thing – the 90% part of the internet which you can’t access with normal browsers.
Businesses, startups and anyone even remotely connected to the African tech space should be doubling up on security right now. By the time the “hacktivists” arrive, it may be too late.
The World Hacking Competition is on and 3 Nigerian teams have qualified for Round 2.
Digital rights activist group, Paradigm Initiative Nigeria writes a letter to the office of the President, demanding for an investigation into the illegal surveillance activities of ex-governors.
Here’s the story so far on the Bayelsa state government’s involvement with the Italian hacking firm, Hacking Team
Have you been to space? I’m 99.999 percent certain that 100 percent of the people who will read this haven’t. There are quite a few options available to aspiring spacefarers, most of which involve having a lot of money and waiting a very long time. If you can afford neither of these luxuries, there’s another […]