Genius Hid A Morse Code Message In Song Lyrics

Genius hid a Morse code message in song lyrics to prove Google was copying them. “Over the last two years, we’ve shown Google irrefutable evidence again and again that they are displaying lyrics copied from Genius,” Gross said. To catch Google, Genius watermarked lyrics with the help of apostrophes, alternating between straight and curly single-quote…

The Cypherpunks Tapping Bitcoin Via Ham Radio

Recalling the difficulty the Soviets had jamming American radio transmissions, Elaine Ou, a blockchain engineer and her colleague Nick Szabo, a well-known digital currency researcher, devised a plan to bypass the Great China Firewall by sending bitcoin transactions via ham radio. Read the full Wired™ article here.  

Email Attachments, What’s The Big Deal?

In the earliest days of messaging between remotely connected computers, email was purely a text based (7bit) system. At the time each character sent was considered an expense. An expense not only because of the hideous cost of very low bandwidth across any distance but also because of the limited bandwidth. So, we should remember…

OPQ Upgrades For Free

OPQ are pleased to let our customers and future clients know that all shared wireless packages have now been upgraded. Some packages have had upgrades in speed of 100%! The best part? Extra speed at no extra cost! What can we do for you?   Have a look at our wireless shared packages: For Business…

New Phishing Scam Asks You to Manage Your Undelivered Email

IBM X-Force reports: BleepingComputer published an article on a new phishing scam attempting to trick users into providing their Outlook Web App credentials. The body of the email claims that there are various messages that require user approval before delivering. Each email entry is accompanied by a link to release, whitelist, or deny the associated…