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  1. On 29 November 2017, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), in close cooperation with the Luneburg Central Criminal Investigation Inspectorate in Germany, Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), the Joint Cybercrime Action Task Force (J-CAT), Eurojust and private-sector partners, dismantled one of the longest running malware families in existence called Andromeda (also known as Gamarue). This widely distributed malware created a network of infected computers called the Andromeda botnet[1] . According to Microsoft, Andromeda’s main goal was to distribute other malware families.
  2. Daphne Caruana Galizia's Murder and the Security of WhatsApp Daphne Caruana Galizia was a Maltese journalist whose anti-corruption investigations exposed powerful people. She was murdered in October by a car bomb. Galizia used WhatsApp to communicate securely with her sources. Now that she is dead, the Maltese police want to break into her phone or the app, and find out who those sources were. One journalist reports: Part of Daphne's destroyed smart phone was elevated from the scene. Investigators say that Caruana Galizia had not taken her laptop with her on that
  3. Biroul Federal pentru Investiga?ii din SUA a pus la dispozi?ie o recompens? de un milion de dolari (890.000 euro) pentru arestarea unui hacker român despre care exist? informa?ii c? s-ar ascunde în România, suspectul fiind pe locul doi în topul persoanelor c?utate de FBI pentru astfel de infrac?iuni Autorit??ile federale americane promit recompense totale de 4,2 milioane de dolari pentru cei mai periculo?i cinci infractori cibernetici. Cel mai c?utat hacker este Evgheni Mihailovici Bogacev, un cet??ean rus pentru care FBI ar oferi trei milioane de dolari. Pe locul doi în topul hackerilor c?uta
  4. A New York City Police Department (NYPD) auxiliary deputy inspector was arrested Wednesday morning for allegedly hacking into a restricted NYPD computer and other sensitive law enforcement databases. Yehuda Katz used the databases to collect information on individuals who had been involved in traffic accidents in the New York City area, according to a FBI press release. He then posed as an attorney, among other things, and solicited them for a 14 percent fee. Katz allegedly used multiple electronic devices in the NYPD's 70th Precinct that were capable of streaming video and remotely accessing
  5. A year ago, the Department of Justice threatened to put Fidel Salinas in prison for the rest of his life for hacking crimes. But before the federal government brought those charges against him, Salinas now says, it tried a different tactic: recruiting him. A Southern District of Texas judge sentenced Salinas earlier this month to six months in prison and a $10,600 fine after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of computer fraud and abuse. The charge stemmed from his repeatedly scanning the local Hidalgo County website for vulnerabilities in early 2012. But just months before he took that
  6. A former programmer for banking firm Goldman Sachs who has been accused of stealing company secrets has filed suit against the FBI agents who arrested him for allegedly violating his constitutional rights. Sergey Aleynikov, 45, has been battling it out in the courts ever since his 2009 arrest on charges that he absconded with code from Goldman Sachs' proprietary high-speed trading software, in violation of the federal Economic Espionage Act (EEA). He was convicted in 2011 and sentenced to prison time and a fine, but an appeals court later overturned his conviction and ordered his immediate rel
  7. A security consultant has published 10 million passwords along with their corresponding usernames in a move he characterized as both necessary and legally risky given a legal landscape he said increasingly threatens the free flow of hacking-related information. Most of the existing corpus of passwords exposed in hack attacks is stripped of usernames, preventing researchers from studying the possible relationship between the two fields. Mark Burnett, a well-known security consultant who has developed a specialty collecting and researching passwords leaked online, said his sole motivation for re
  8. Spoiler alert: Those who haven’t yet seen the film, but plan to, please skip to the summary. Hollywood has tried to depict cyberwarfare and “hacking” many times. Hackers and The Net are just a couple of examples. Blackhat, a Michael Mann directed film, debuted in wide theatrical release on January 16th. Chris Hemsworth plays Nicholas Hathaway, a man who was serving time in prison for some sort of computer related crime. Viola Davis plays FBI Agent Carol Barrett. Leehom Wang plays Captain Dawai Chen, an officer of China’s cyberwarfare unit. Wei Tang plays his sister, Lien Chen. Lien’s character
  9. Eleven people were charged in the U.S., India, China and Romania for their suspected involvement with websites offering email hacking services. Mark Anthony Townsend, 45, of Cedarville, Arkansas, and Joshua Alan Tabor, 29, of Prairie Grove, Arkansas, were charged with a felony offense for hacking into nearly 6,000 email accounts, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California announced Friday. Authorities believe Townsend and Tabor operated a website called needapassword.com through which they offered to obtain, for a fee, the passwords to email accounts supplied by
  10. It's not surprising that FBI uses malware to track the activities and location of suspects. A New article published by Washington Post covers the story about FBI using malware for surveillance to track suspect's movements. FBI team works much like other hackers, targets suspects with the Spear Phishing technique that will attempt to exploit vulnerability in the target's machine and installs malware. The malware then collects information from the infected machine and send it back to FBI's server. The malware is also capable of covertly activating webcams. In a bank fraud case, Judge Stephen Smi
  11. Microsoft didn’t wait long after unveiling its state-of-the-art cybercrime center to make a calculated strike against online scam artists. The new facility, based on the company campus in Redmond, Wash., is already collaborating with law enforcement agencies worldwide to disrupt the sprawling and insidious ZeroAccess botnet—which not incidentally represents a grave threat to Microsoft customers and the tech giant itself. ZeroAccess, sometimes identified as max++ or Sirefef, has harnessed the processing power of as many as 2.2 million enslaved PCs to carry out Bitcoin mining operations and othe
  12. Buna ziua RST, Am o intrebare pentru voi. Algoritmul Gutmann-35 este un algoritm facut de catre Peter Gutmann si Colin. Acest algoritm sterge datele folosind 35 pasi diferiti (mai multe info aici: Gutmann method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia). Recent am citit un articol ca metoda Gutmann-35 este total inutila. Caci chiar daca re-scris peste acea zona unde se afla un fisier de 35x, aceasta poate fi totusi recuperata folosind magnetii speciali de care numai CIA sau FBI-ul il detine. Intrebarea mea este, daca intr-adevar exista o astfel de tehnologie care sa ajuta la recuperarea fisierelor c
  13. FBI a lansat o atentionare pentru femeile singure care folosesc site-urile de socializare. Anchetatorii americani le spun babelor singure si nelinistite ca pot fi victimele unor escroci sentimentali virtuali. Cititi mai jos textul comunicatului FBI: Millions of Americans visit online dating websites every year, hoping to find a companion or even a soul mate. But today, on Valentine’s Day, we want to warn you that criminals use these sites, too, looking to turn the lonely and vulnerable into fast money through a variety of scams. These criminals—who also troll social media sites and chat roo
  14. wvw

    Hunting Anonymous

    The FBI has received logs containing IP addresses that took part in the Denial of Service attacks on various corporations including PayPal and Mastercard. Arrests have been made already. Not many, but you’re talking about a bureaucracy here, where they waste a lot of time. So more may be coming. So, maybe you took part in the attacks and used LOIC from your home computer? What does this mean exactly? I can tell you. This means that with the current version of LOIC, your current IP is sent in each packet header. Meaning your home IP address, meaning the trail does lead back to you. Yeah, I know
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