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  1. Nu este legal s? umbli cu servere furate("root") ?i-n plus în regulament este interzis? comercializarea lor pe acest forum.
  2. Poate ca au un motiv ca au facut asta, banuiesc(100% sigur) ca posturile care ti le-a sters erau de cacat sau incalca regulamentul.
  3. 0 posturi -> 4like, 2 dislike misto asa
  4. Kick-boxing si fotbal
  5. Researchers at Wandera, a mobile security company, have alerted Apple to a potential security vulnerability in iOS that could be used by attackers to fool users into giving up their credit card data and personal information. The vulnerability, based on the default behavior of iOS devices with Wi-Fi turned on, could be used to inject a fake "captive portal" page that imitates the Apple Pay interface. The attack leverages a well-known issue Ars has reported on in the past: iOS devices with Wi-Fi turned on will attempt by default to connect to any access point with a known SSID. Those SSIDs are b
  6. Without public notice or debate, the Obama administration has expanded the National Security Agency's warrantless surveillance of Americans' international Internet traffic to search for evidence of malicious computer hacking, according to classified NSA documents. In mid-2012, Justice Department lawyers wrote two secret memos permitting the spy agency to begin hunting on Internet cables, without a warrant and on American soil, for data linked to computer intrusions originating abroad—including traffic that flows to suspicious Internet addresses or contains malware, the documents show. The Just
  7. SourceForge has sworn off its ways of wrapping "unmaintained" code from open source projects in installers that offer bundled commercial products in the wake of objections raised by some open source communities. But one policy remains in effect—the takeover of project pages SourceForge's staff decides are inactive, and assignment of ownership of those projects to staff accounts. One of the latest projects grabbed in this way is the Nmap security auditing tool. Further Reading SourceForge locked in projects of fleeing users, cashed in on malvertising [updated] "Hotel California" of code reposit
  8. GitHub has revoked an unknown number of cryptographic keys used to access accounts after a developer found they contained a catastrophic weakness that came to light some seven years ago. The keys, which allow authorized users to log into public repository accounts belonging to the likes of Spotify, Yandex, and UK government developers, were generated using a buggy pseudo random number generator originally contained in the Debian distribution of Linux. During a 20-month span from 2006 to 2008, the pool of numbers available was so small that it made cracking the secret keys trivial. Almost seven
  9. So many hacks, so few days in the week to write alarming stories about every one. Every weekend, WIRED Security rounds up the security vulnerabilities and privacy updates that didn’t quite rise to our level for in-depth reporting this week, but deserve your attention nonetheless. First the big stories: The FBI has a secret fleet of planes spying on you, and they are not alone. United Airlines grounded all its planes on Monday because false flight plans were being uploaded to the flight decks. The US Senate finally passed some NSA surveillance reform in the form of the USA Freedom Act–the first
  10. Americans’ garages, those sacred suburban havens of automobiles and expensive tools, are probably more important to us than many of our online accounts. But some garages are only protected by a code whose security is equivalent to a two-character password. And security researcher Samy Kamkar can crack that laughable safeguard in seconds, with little more than a hacked child’s toy. On Thursday, Kamkar revealed a new tool he’s created called OpenSesame, which he says can open any garage door that uses an insecure “fixed code” system for its wireless communication with a remote. Built from a disc
  11. Intra pe shodan.io scrie "Seagate Central" si incearca exploitul asta pe toate si ti-ai facut rost de shelluri.
  12. Pai din moment ce vorbea cu prietena lui nu cred ca ii trebuia sa cripteze conversatia, poate iubita lui nu era asa "desteapta" pe calculator ca si el, logurile puteau fi luate contactand yahoo/skype or ce shit folosea el, sau dupa ce a fost prins i-a verificat convorbirile edit #1: Poate ca era pe un wifi public si i-a fost interceptat trafficul sau poate avea vrun virus prin pc.
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