Grindr: Potentially Dangerous in a Brand New Way Today’s news comes from Trevor Faden, the creator of C*ckblocked, a service designed to show Grindr users who had blocked them on the dating app. Users who connected their Grindr profiles to the third-party website unwittingly revealed far more than they’d intended,
Seinfeld (season 1) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Passwords belonging to members of the SonyPictures.com site were distributed via BitTorrent by hacktivist group LulzSec. One surprising point of trivia: The word “Seinfeld” was the most common password. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.