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Decrypting text Encrypted text is sometimes achieved by replacing one letter by another. To start deciphering the encryption it is useful to get a frequency count of all the letters. The most frequent letter may represent the most common letter in English E followed by T, A, O and I whereas the least frequent are Q, Z and X. Common percentages in standard English are: and ranked in order: Common pairs are consonants TH and vowels EA. If the results show that E followed by T are the most common letters then the ciphertext may be a transposition cipher rather than a substitution. The box below contains example ciphertext.
10 Search Engines to Explore the Invisible Web It’s not Spiderman’s latest web slinging tool but something that’s more real world. The Invisible Web (or The Deep Web) refers to the part of the Internet that’s not indexed by the search engines. Most of us think that that search powerhouses like Google and Bing are like the Great Oracle — they see everything. Unfortunately, they can’t because they aren’t divine at all; they are just web spiders who index pages by following one hyperlink after the other. Take library databases which need a password for access. Search engine technology has progressed by leaps and bounds. It’s not that you can’t access the invisible web at all. 1. This is considered to be the oldest catalog on the web and was started by started by Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the web. For instance, there are 300 sub-libraries with their own categories within the main library. You can go vertically into the categories or use the search bar. 2. This is the official site of the U.S. 3. 4. 5. 6. Studying literature? 7. 8.
Globalists, Elite and New World Order Explained The Globalist Report by Andrew Puhanic The Globalist Report, and many other alternative news sources, frequently use terms such as Globalists, New World Order and The Elite. Unfortunately, there is very little understanding in the wider community about who these groups and individuals are, what they stand for and what their purpose is. Let’s explore and define who these groups are and what they stand for. Globalists The Globalists are a conglomerate of individuals, interest groups and large corporations who actively seek to eliminate all countries to create a global border-less society so that they can centralize, reduce and standardize all economies, production and the processing of natural resources so that they can directly control, manipulate and influence the decisions we make to ensure they maintain their power, control, wealth and historical influence. New World Order The Elite The Illuminati The Illuminati is a group who’s origins stem from way back to the 1700’s and earlier.
100 Websites You Should Know and Use Entertainment Meet David Peterson, who developed Dothraki for Game of Thrones There are seven different words in Dothraki for striking another person with a sword. Among them: “hliziﬁkh,” a wild but powerful strike; “hrakkarikh,”a quick and accurate strike; and “gezrikh,” a fake-out or decoy strike. But you won’t find these words in George R. Culture My Year of TED: How 54 talks changed a life By Kylie Dunn What do you get when you cross a 39-year-old perfectionist with 54 TED Talks and far more honesty than any person probably needs to experience?
Anonymous 101: Introduction to the Lulz | Threat Level (Editor’s Note: Any decent coverage of Anonymous is going to verge on some NSFW material at points. There will be questionable language and strange imagery.) Last week the net and the media were ablaze with the news that Anonymous might be taking on the Zeta drug cartel in Mexico, a story that has morphed into a wider drug corruption story, and led to one American law enforcement official in North Carolina being named as a gang conspirator. Also this year, Anons released documents on, or d0xed, several police organizations and one prominent police vendor in retaliation for heavy-handed law enforcement reaction to occupations associated with the Occupy Wall Street movement. They’ve created law enforcement excitement that’s verged on panic, given net and media pundits hyperbolic logorrhea about “cyber terrorism” and “cyber freedom”, and happily skipped between damn funny, deeply disturbing, and self-aggrandizing, depending on the mood of the hive mind at the moment. But what is Anonymous?
5 Secret Search Engines Way Better Than Google | Big Oak SEO Blog 5 Secret Search Engines Way Better Than Google Written on November 21, 2011 – 2:38 pm | by Guest Author | If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Google has become such an ingrained part of our society that people simply say, “I Googled it.” DuckDuckGo Google’s in for some stiff competition when DuckDuckGo, now still a relatively secret search engine, spreads to the masses. Blekko Blekko is a dream come true for those web users fed up with spam and being taken to pages from content farms and promises spam-free results. Ixquick The self-described “most private search engine” in the world, Ixquick does not store users’ browsing histories, nor does it keep track of IP addresses, making it an ideal option for web browsers who want to keep their information private. Yippy Yippy is an ideal search engine for families and those who are fed up with porn sites ending up in their search results. Gigablast Frank Anderson is an Internet researcher and writer.
How Anonymous Picks Targets, Launches Attacks, and Takes Powerful Organizations Down | Threat Level Image Design: Giles Revell No one but Hector Xavier Monsegur can know why or when he became Sabu, joining the strange and chaotic Internet collective known as Anonymous. But we know the moment he gave Sabu up. On June 7, 2011, federal agents came to his apartment on New York’s Lower East Side and threatened the 28-year-old with an array of charges that could add up to 124 years in prison. So Hector Monsegur, who as Sabu had become a mentor and icon to fellow members of Anonymous, surrendered his online identity to a new, equally faceless and secretive master: the FBI. For the next eight months, Sabu continued to rage across the Internet as a core member of AntiSec, a blackhat hacking group within Anonymous. we’re used to that heat we survived the first rounds of the raids He was referring to a series of arrests that past summer that had scooped up, worldwide, at least 80 alleged participants in the group. Painting: Chrissy Angliker Was it really just a speed bump? Pages: 1 2345View All