#AxisOfEasy 338: IC3 Warning: Cybercriminals Exploiting QR Codes To Steal Funds

Weekly Axis Of Easy #338

Last Week’s Quote was: “All conflicts between people are a direct consequence of the division that exists inside of people,”  was by Ivan Antic. No one got it!

This Week’s Quote: “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.”  By ???

THE RULES:  No searching up the answer, must be posted at the bottom of this post, in the comments section.

The Prize: First person to post the correct answer gets their next domain or hosting renewal on us.

This is your easyDNS #AxisOfEasy Briefing for the week of February 19th, 2024 our Technology Correspondent Joann L Barnes and easyCEO Mark E. Jeftovic send out a short briefing on the state of the ‘net and how it affects your business, security and privacy.

To Listen/watch this podcast edition with commentary and insight  from Joey Tweets, and Len the Legend click here.

In this issue:

  • IC3 Warning: Cybercriminals Exploiting QR Codes to Steal Funds
  • French Assembly passes Bill to criminalize vaccine skepticism
  • Bitcoin Self-Custody Made Easy: Watch a 10-Year-Old Set Up a Coldcard Mk4
  • YouTube Faces Backlash as Massive YouTuber Louis Rossmann Defends Free Speech
  • The European Court of Human Rights Rules Backdoored Encryption Violates the European Convention on Human Rights
  • ATHENE Researchers Discover Fundamental Design Flaws in DNSSEC
  • Former CRTC commissioner: existing Canadian law covers AI

If you missed the previous issues, they can be read online here:






7 thoughts on “#AxisOfEasy 338: IC3 Warning: Cybercriminals Exploiting QR Codes To Steal Funds

  1. You probably will attribute it to Papa Hemingway, but you’ll be wrong.
    This phrase appeared long after he died, from his foolish attempt to swallow the contents of a 12-gauge shotgun shell.

  2. Hollywood, 1950s era as I recall. I had used it in a course on academic writing many years ago. He was talking about script writing. First name one syllable and second name two. I can’t remember more than that except I know everyone’s answer so far is wrong. If you could give me five names, I could probably pick it out of a line up.

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