Hackers mobilized millions of household “Internet of Things” devices for a massive attack on the web last week Last Friday, tens of millions of connected smart home devices joined forces to take out a whole slew of popular sites—from Twitter to Netflix, Spotify, The New York Times, Reddit, and Curbed as well. Show More Summary
Both said their online payment systems were affected by a massive attack on a popular DNS provider. [ more › ]
Massive attack combining compromised IoT devices, other bots cripples many sites.
"There was a magazine article someone sent me and they were laughing because it said 'The rapper Tricky is back with Massive Attack for the Bristol show' when it was never the case. I've produced music for them, I'm not just a rapper." Check...Show More Summary
Last week, while Donald Trump was planning a parade of alleged sexual assault victims of former President Bill Clinton to put on display at a nationally televised debate in an effort to rattle his opponent Hillary Clinton, he was also planning an attack on new victims that might came forward levying sexual assault allegations against... Show More Summary
Before he staked out his own dark, muttery corner of the Bristol trip-hop universe, Tricky made dark, muttery music with Massive Attack. After separating from the group for over two decades, Tricky rejoined them this year on the Ritual Spirit EP’s “Take It There” and onstage. At the end of the month, Tricky is releasing […]
It was twenty two years ago today that the British collective Massive Attack released the album Protection. The album has gone on to be a trip-hop classic. Singing on the album's title track was Tracey Thorn of Everything But The Girl, who happens to be celebrating her 54th birthday today as well. What are you chilling out to tonight?
Yahoo has confirmed a massive data breach. 500 million accounts were hacked in total; the company blames a state-sponsored actor.
Within Clinton’s litany of lies over the years, the most outrageous have involved the Second Amendment & virtually every aspect of peaceable gun ownership. This post Hillary’s White House: Ground Zero For A Massive Attack On Guns appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
This article originally appeared on artnet News. Try not to be too disappointed. Robert “3D” del Naja, co-founder of British trip-hop band Massive Attack, has denied that he is the anonymous street artist Banksy, as asserted by journalist...Show More Summary
[UPDATE] Monday, September 5 – Robert Del Naja has now addressed the rumors speculating that he’s illusive street artist Banksy. Speaking in front of 27,000 people at a hometown gig in Bristol, he said: “Rumors of me being Banksy are greatly exaggerated, we are all Banksy!” He later told the Daily Mail, ‘It would be a good story but sadly […]
The Daily Mail reports Banksy is Robert ‘3D’ Del Naja of legendary trip-hop band Massive Attack...or that De Naja is part of a collective working as Banksy.
The Anonymous Artist Could Have Been In Front Of Us The Whole Time.
It is at least an interesting, compelling theory. Meanwhile, Massive Attack ready another new single. Continue reading…
New evidence that Banksy is actually Robert '3D' Del Naja is... questionable.
Where Banksy goes, apparently Massive Attack follows.
The Trip-Hop X-Files: All The Evidence That Says Massive Attack Are Actually Banksy
Scottish journalist Craig Williams has a theory about Banksy — and one that involves the elusive (so elusive that here we are, still speculating on who he is) yet ubiquitous graffiti artist actually being a number of people à la Shakespearean conspiracy theories, all connected by one factor: they’re a collection of Massive Attack followers, themselves […]
Has the identity of mysterious graffiti street artist finally been solved?
Massive Attack have had a busy year, releasing a handful of songs, apps, and videos in advance of their forthcoming follow-up to 2010’s Heligoland. Now, they’ve announced a new single, “Dear Friend,” which they’ll sell on limited 12” at their show in Bristol this Saturday. Show More Summary