Artist Peter Gabriel Asks To Have His Music Pulled From Rush Limbaugh’s Show

Rush Limbaugh continues to learn that most people don’t think calling a female law student a “slut” and a “prostitute” on the air is a good idea (sarcasm), as even the contributor of his soundtrack now wants out.  Peter Gabriel’s song “Sledgehammer” was played during Rush’s terrible speech against law students and birth control advocate Sandra Flute.  Peter Gabriel has now demanded that all of his music is pulled from Rush’s show.

This follows eight sponsors who have also pulled away from Rush Limbaugh’s conservative talk show.    The list of dropped sponsors includes AOL, Carbonite, Proflowers, Citrix Systems, Quicken Loans, Sleep Number, Sleep Train Mattress, and Legal Zoom.  Several sponsors that were going to air ads along with Rush’s show have backed away as well.

Source:  Huffingtonpost.com

5% Chance on Hacking a System Due to Common Password

Good news for people looking into hacking into any system that there is, out of a ton of people polled over 5% of them all chose the same password.  The best part of the entire experience, the erroneous code was simply Password1.  Granted, it is easy to remember, is long enough to pass most filters, and has a capital letter and number.  Thankfully the place I work for wouldn’t allow it simply because there is two of the same letter in it.  I just want to know how not clever 5% of the population feel right now.

What I really want to know is who takes a survey that asks for your user password.  I don’t know about most people out there, but almost everything that I have that even requires a password flat out says that tech support will never ask for the password to my account—giving it to someone who claims to be doing a “survey” just sounds like a straight up scam.  All I need to do now is assemble a crack team of hackers and break into that company to gather the world’s largest supply of passwords and usernames.

Source: Geek.com