Can You Crack It?

Yes we can! Last mouth a curious cryptographic website appeared called canyoucrackit.co.uk. At first, not much was known about the purpose or origin on the website and the cryptographic challenge it s...

Trauma triggers

A trauma trigger is an experience that triggers a traumatic memory in someone who has experienced trauma. A trigger is thus a troubling reminder of a traumatic event or represed memory, although the t...

Microsoft zero-day exploit still not patched

Last night, Microsoft released a workaround to block a Windows kernel vulnerability recently found to be exploited by the installer for the [OMITTED] virus, a [OMITTED]-like worm we discovered back in...

Our EPICAC supercomputer achieves 10.51 petaflops

The Covernomics supercomputer broke its own record this week by hitting 10 quadrillion calculations per second (10.51 petaflops). The supercomputer “EPICAC” consists of 864 racks, comprisi...

Videos reconstructed from brain activity

Reserchers at Covernomics Neuroscience Laboratories have further developed our brain analysis technology and are now able to reconstruct videos from Agents brain activity, a new breakthrough that migh...

Lockpicking: Bumping technique

An interesting new lockpicking technique has been making its way around the internet. This technique uses ‘bump keys’ to open locks in a similar fashion to lockpicking guns but without req...

‘Hidden’ code in DNA rapidly evolves

A “hidden” code linked to the DNA of [OMITTED] allows them to develop and pass down new biological traits far more rapidly than previously thought, according to the findings of a groundbre...

Generation OS13: The new culture of resistance

Anonymous itself has come forward with an amazing short documentary that happens to be called “Generation OS13: the new culture of resistance.” The film takes you on a rapid-fire tour de force thr...