Join us at Maker Faire Shenzhen in April!

Posted on by Jason Li

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Join us at the upcoming April 6th Maker Faire in Shenzhen!

For starters, Lyn will be speaking there alongside an international cast of researchers, hackers and entrepreneurs. And there are also a series of great workshops, including a course by a “mommy hacker” (pictured above) for kids interested in electronics.

More information at shenzhenmakerfaire.com.

P.S. Maker Faire Shenzhen is once again co-organized by…

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An infamous Chinese hacker becomes a “security professional”?

Posted on by Tricia Wang
image: iDefense
image: iDefense

Up until now, Wicked Rose has been infamous for one thing, being a prolific hacker. He exploited Microsoft Office security holes in the US Defense Department and obtained sensitive data for over two years before being discovered.

But it appears that Wiked Rose is exploring a new career path.

Investigative reporter, Brian Krebs, reports…

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Where are all the creative Chinese people? hanging out in hacker spaces apparently

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Finally we get some sense of history to hackerspaces outside of the West from Silvia Lintner and David Li in their latest co-authored article in Interactions, Created in China.

In September 2010, China’s first hackerspace opened its doors in Shanghai under the name XinCheJian (literal translation: new workshop, or new factory). Only a year after the founding of XinCheJian,…

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