- Web IRC
- Trending Articles
- The Current Year
- ED in the News
- Donate to ED
- Advertise on ED
- ED Bookmarklet
From Encyclopedia Dramatica
|Did You Know: Goatsec CEO Andrew Auernheimer has been arrested on bogus drug possession charges, materials clearly on his person for religious use? More news at United States v. Andrew Auernheimer|
Goatse Security is an internet and computer security watchgroup promoting and encouraging the homosexual African American agenda. Founder Kirk Johnson hired security consultant Weev to be its general manager. Goatse Security or "Goatsec" has most recently focused its attention exposing security vulnerabilities for the benefit of the public at large. In early 2010, a cross-protocol scripting vulnerability was discovered in the Firefox web browser, anally fisting a certain IRC network associated with a shadowy confidence swindler living in Europe after faking his death in a Texas cycling accident. Shortly thereafter, the Safari XPS Attack was publicized. Security experts familiar with terms such as "integer overflow port blocking" and the emergent "XHR vectored mail-merging / wordlist attack" aka VOLTRON, shuddered in fear. The vast majority of humanity, unaware of such horrors, or even the existence of an Apple browser, shrugged.
|Weev's arrest is breaking news, and as such please update this section whenever new information comes to light. Don't believe the Jew lies.|
AT&T iPad ICC ID email address harvest
That all changed Last Thursday. Goatse analysts successfully penetrated the steel fortress defenses of AT&T's website, gaining access to email addresses of the elect 144000 beautiful iPad subscribers. Those wise enough to purchase a phone (which can't make calls) sporting a fragile, unprotected, 10 inch glass display, would never click a link in an unsolicited email, so really it wasn't much of a threat, amirite? Nonetheless, the blogosphere went positively Bill O'Reilly batshit, calling for the head of Goatse's spokesman despite the facts he didn't actually participate in the exploit, AT&T was made aware of the breach via a 3rd party, and that AT&T had successfully patched said gaping hole prior to the release of list to Gawker. On Disclosure
No Biggie, all any potential Russian or Chinese cyber-warrior could have put together was the name and ICC ID, right? Wellll, actually the ICC ID's weren't randomly paired to the IMSI. And just what does that mean? It means a competent hacker with the information leaking from AT&T's sieve-like website could know the real time location of Rahm Emmanuel's shiny electronic toy. Those injecting testosterone could intercept all data coming to and from this marvel of the ages. But AT&T informed all of their subscribers about this potential threat prior to Goatse's disclosure via Gawker, right? Nope. Motherfuckers weren't going to say shit. Luckily there are still a few Americans who care. Patriots. Heroes. Goatse.
Many pundits were quick to point out that as Cupertino products become more and more ubiquitous, the more likely they will be buttfucked by those lacking Goatse's benevolent White Hat ethos. Apple stock was up 4 bucks a share by the end of the week, leaving little room to argue Steve Jobs is not, in fact, Satan.
Oh yeah, and that Safari vulnerability? They fixed it. Except on the iPad. Oops.
Awards and Accolades
- SUPPORT WEEV!
- Goatse Security
- YouTube channel
- Goatse Security at Wikipedia
- AT&T logic: "But for these malicious hackers, there was never any threat to your privacy."
Goatse Security is part of a series on
Visit the Softwarez Portal for complete coverage.
|Goatse Security is part of a series on the Gay Nigger Association of America.|
JEWS DID WTC • Firefox XPS IRC Attack • SANDYLOOTCREW • 2012 GNAA Tumblr Ruin • Cut4Bieber • Angryjedi • Fluttershy • MuZemike • The Great Dumbledore Dies Meme of 2005 • Diego Grez • HighInBC • Selery • More..
|Featured article June 17, 2010|
| Preceded by|
Cheer Up Keanu Day
|Goatse Security|| Succeeded by|
Are You Serious?
Goatse Security is part of a series on
Visit the Sites Portal for complete coverage.