Tag Archives: germany
German federals looking for trojan author – still
The German federals (BKA = Bundeskriminalamt, roughly the German equivalent to the FBI in the US) are still looking for someone with the qualifications to write what had been dubbed “Bundestrojaner” (literally: federal trojan) in 2008. This means that first … Continue reading
Posted in C/C++, EN, IT Security, Reversing, Software, Thoughts Tagged BKA, Bundestrojaner, germany Leave a comment
Grotesque, but who: EFF or a former criminal?
The EFF blog contains a recent article about one German who is trying to sue the Wikipedia Foundation (in the US) in order to enforce that his last name be taken down from – or rather be abbreviated in – … Continue reading
Posted in EN, Thoughts Tagged capital punishment, death penalty, EFF, free speech, germany, murder, usa, Wikipedia Leave a comment