Who is D.B. Cooper? The question has persisted since November 24, 1971, when a mysterious man hijacked a flight from Portland to Seattle, demanded parachutes and $200,000, and skydived into folk-hero history. Cooper’s identity and fate remain unknown — and many theories about both abound.
YouTube mischief-maker BITcrash44 posted a video showing how he took control of several Times Square billboards with a homemade video repeater and a transmitter plugged into the headphone jack of his iPhone 4. I imagine he actually hijacked the screens with some clever After Effects work, but nevertheless I WANT TO…
Firesheep, the packet-sniffing Firefox plug-in that grazes on (and then BURNS!!!) public Wi-Fi networks, could leave your Facebook or Twitter account compromised. FireShepherd arrived last week to protect Windows users, but now Mac users have a defense measure: BlackSheep.
We already showed you a hijacking from the pirate's perspective, and now it's time to turn the tables and see what it's like to be on a Navy force taking control of a pirate mothership.