4/20/2014 April 22nd is Earth day

This year I'm working with a near partner in my university as you maybe know in april 22 is Earth day an special day  for our planet.We're going to plant new trees if you want to join please leave me a message using the contact box or reachme in twitter.

Plant trees plant life Pick a tree that you know can survive in your climate. If you're unsure about what that might be, ask an employee at your local garden shop, or inside the garden department of a big-box store.

Learn more about the environment. Earth Day is a good time to make a commitment to learning more about the environment and how you can help to protect it. Borrow some library books and read up on an issue such as pollution, endangered species, water shortages, recycling, and climate change. Or, learn about a region you've never considered before, like the Arctic, the deserts, or the rain forests. Think about the issues that concern you the most and if you haven't done so already, join a local group that undertakes activities to help protect the environment in your area.

Universidad Tecnologica de Pereira
When :
April 22 , at 9 a.m Electrical Building.
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4/06/2014 Weekly Security Reactions

When I submit a bug report, but someone else already got the bounty.

It seems like a local situation :3
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4/04/2014 The Fall of Hacker Groups

As we know during decades there were  legendary hacking groups , This article posted by strauss in phrack magazine in april 4 is really nice and you must read  here http://phrack.org/papers/fall_of_groups.html.

 Hacking is, in its very essence, an underground movement. Those who take part on it have always been the ones who (ab)used technology in ways beyond the knowledge of the larger userbase. It is tightly linked to intense efforts in unveiling previously unknown information as well as in sharing these discoveries. These premises hold true for as long as we know hackers: since computers had barely no users up until the informatic massification of today. The nature of the hacker interests intrinsically poses difficulties: growing knowledge on anything is hard. It requires heavy research, experimentation, and can turn into an endless journey if objectives are not carefully set. Just like in any field of scientific studies, it calls for a good amount of colaboration, an attitude which, luckily for hackers, was greatly enabled by the advent of computer networks and, most notably, the Internet. Computer networks increasingly made it possible to transmit unlimited and uncensored information across their geographical extent with little effort, with little costs, and in virtually no time. From the communication development standpoint, one would expect that the events that followed the 80s to our days would lead to a geometric progression in the number of hacker communities. In effect, hacking has arguably grown. Hacker communities, definitely not.

 Just take a moment , and think on this wise words of wisdom.

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