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  1. Dear Members/Companies, We are looking for companies who wish to collaborate on finding high severity 0days on specific devices for governmental purposes. More ideally, current existing private 0days or if anybody know markets where to shop for these, please contact me. Looking for 0days of cisco (IOS) and large Huawei routers.
  2. Hi, Do you guys know good web security companies in Romania or surroundings? If so, please provide me their websites. Thank you
  3. Dear members, We are looking for a 0day with a high cvss for cisco/huawei products. We are willing to pay a substantial amount for it. If you have anything serious let us know. Companies preferred. Kind Regards, M.
  4. Beijing has rejected President Obama's criticism of its plan to make tech companies put backdoors in their software and share their encryption keys if they want to operate in China. On Monday, Mr Obama told the Reuters news agency he had "made it very clear" China had to change its policy if it wanted to do business with the US. But Beijing said it needed the powers to combat terrorism and tackle leaks. It also suggested the West was guilty of having double standards. "The legislation is China's domestic affair, and we hope the US side can take a right, sober and objective view towards it," said Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying. "On the information-security issue, there was a [recent] media revelation that a certain country embedded spying software in the computer system of another country's Sim card maker, for surveillance activities. This is only one out of the recently disclosed cases. "All countries are paying close attention to this and taking measures to safeguard their own information security, an act that is beyond any reproach." The case she was referring to involved allegations that US cyber-spies had hacked a Dutch Sim card manufacturer in order to help decrypt their targets' communications. At another press conference, parliamentary spokeswoman Fu Ying drew attention to the fact that the US government had imposed restrictions on Chinese companies including Huawei and ZTE. And she suggested that Beijing's proposals were in line with the same kind of access to internet correspondence sought by the US and British governments. "We will definitely continue to listen to extensive concerns and all the parties' views, so we can make the law's formulation more rigorous," she added. The rules are part of a proposed counter-terrorism law set to be discussed by China's annual parliament session, the National People's Congress (NPC), which opens on Thursday. 'Paranoid espionage' President Obama's comments had followed the publication of a fresh draft of the proposed law, which was made public last week. It "would essentially force all foreign companies, including US companies, to turn over to the Chinese government mechanisms where they can snoop and keep track of all the users of those services", the US leader said. "As you might imagine tech companies are not going to be willing to do that," he added. Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle and IBM are among firms that would potentially be affected. While the comments by Chinese officials were measured, the government's press service, Xinhua, was more critical. It accused the US leader of arrogance and hypocrisy, noting that the FBI had criticised Apple and Google last year for building encryption into their smartphone operating systems, and again drew attention to allegations about the US National Security Agency's activities made public by the whistleblower Edward Snowden. "With transparent procedures, China's anti-terrorism campaign will be different from what the United States has done: letting the surveillance authorities run amok and turn counter-terrorism into paranoid espionage and peeping on its civilians and allies," Xinhua wrote. "Contrary to the accusations of the United States, China's anti-terror law will put no unfair regulatory pressures on foreign companies, because the provisions will apply to both domestic and foreign firms." Insecure systems The Conservative party has indicated it wants to expand the UK's cyber-spies' surveillance powers it if wins the May election. US firms, including Microsoft, are hoping to boost profits by selling their services to China "Our manifesto will make clear that we will... use all the legal powers available to us to make sure that, where appropriate, the intelligence and security agencies have the maximum capability to intercept the communications of suspects while making sure that such intrusive techniques are properly overseen," Home Secretary Theresa May told Parliament in January. One expert said it should be no surprise that the West was finding it difficult to prevent China seeking greater cyber-surveillance powers of its own, but added there were good reasons to fear its proposals. "Either behind the scenes or increasingly openly, the US and UK are justifying similar behaviour for their own purposes, but are extremely concerned when China asks for its own capabilities," said Dr Joss Wright, from the Oxford Internet Institute. "But what we don't want to see is a world in which internet-based products and services are riddled with backdoors by every state that says it needs to act against terrorism. "A backdoor is always a concern because the moment it can be exploited, you have an insecure system by default, and that could make everyone less safe." Source
  5. Product Description With DVR Converter you can convert videos in the formats mpeg/mpg, ts, mod, tod, vro, dvr, pvr, mts, m2ts, tp0 and trp to video streams compatible with WMV, DivX/Xvid/HDX4/MPEG4 (.avi or .mp4), h.264 or MPEG2. This leads to a high compatibility of your digital video recordings. The created files can be processed with almost any other program and played on a large number of hardware players. Features: Conversion of mpeg/mpg, ts, mod, tod, vro, dvr, pvr, mts, m2ts, tp0 and trp video files. mpeg compatible files, made with devices from among the following companies: Digital Everywhere, Opera, Siemens. ts compatible files, made with devices from among the following companies: ABCom, AEG, Anubis, Arcon, Astro, Astrotel, Atevio, beyonwiz, Centarea, Comag, Compro, Conceptronic, Coolstream, Darkbox, DGStation, Digitalbox, Digittrade, Dream Multimedia bzw. Dreambox, DVICO, EasyOne, Ellion, Emtec, Geniatech, Genius, Hauppauge, Humax, Hyro, Icecrypt, icom, Kathrein, KNC ONE, KWorld, Medion, Megasat, Netgear, Octagon, Optibox, Orbitech, Pinnacle, Protek, Rebox, Samsung, Satelco, SetOne, SilverCrest, Sony, Teac, TechniSat, TechnoTrend, Telestar, Terratec, Toshiba, Trekstor, TwinHan, Zyxel. dvr compatible files, made with devices from among the following companies: COMAG, Edision, Imperial, Micro electronic, Pearl, Preisner, Smart, Xoro. pvr compatible files, made with devices from among the following companies: Targa TSR 5100 HDD and ADT. mts compatible files, made with devices from among the following companies: AVCHD compatible cams from e.g. Canon and Panasonic, and devices from Micronik. m2ts compatible files from e.g. Blu-ray discs. tp0 compatible files, made with devices from among the following companies: Topfield, Dick Smith, Homecast, Hyundai, Jepssen, Mascom. trp compatible files, made with devices from among the following companies: ABCom, Arion, BELdigital, CGV, Clarke-Tech, CreNova, DGStation, Dmsis, Edision, GSS, Hirschmann, Intek Digital, Inverto, Kaon, Lyngbox, NanoXX, OPTICUM, Pixx, Quelle or rather Universum, Schwaiger, Sezam. Converts videos to video files compatible with DivX/Xvid, h.264, MPEG2, MP4, DVD, SVCD and WMV. Supports SD and HD as input and output format. Supports PAL and NTSC as input and output format. The video conversion automatically considers the correct aspect ratio. Capable filters ensure optimum results when enlarging or reducing images. Shows resolution, framerate and bitrate of input files. Burning of CDs and DVDs. An integrated player allows watching of all input videos before conversion! -> Download <-Deal Expires in: EXPIRED!
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