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  1. Hi, I have a log from a newsgroup NNTP header from a newsgroup message containing 3 string/numbers which I would like to further investigate Xref: news.netfront.net 24hoursupport.helpdesk:77925 Injection-Info:logging-data="74569" AND Message-ID: qjmbe4$28q9$1@adenine.netfront.net is there a tool/script/program to query remote NNTP server adenine.netfront.net / netfront.net with those string/numbers 77925/74569/qjmbe4$28q9$1 that would return more info ? thank's in advance :)
  2. Va recomand sa cititi stirea de mai jos chiar daca e lunga. How do companies prepare for the worst? By exposing workers to lifelike crises. Early on Halloween morning, members of Facebook's Computer Emergency Response Team received an urgent e-mail from an FBI special agent who regularly briefs them on security matters. The e-mail contained a Facebook link to a PHP script that appeared to give anyone who knew its location unfettered access to the site's front-end system. It also referenced a suspicious IP address that suggested criminal hackers in Beijing were involved. "Sorry for the early
  3. Two power plants in the US were affected by malware attacks in 2012, a security authority has said. US authorities did not specify which plants had been hit - and to what extent In its latest quarterly newsletter, the US Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) said "common and sophisticated" attacks had taken place. Malware had infected each plant's system after being inadvertently brought in on a USB stick, it said. The ICS-CERT said it expected a rise in the number of similar attacks. Malware can typically used by cyber-attackers to gain remote access to system
  4. ZeroEX - Am creat acest site pentru a satisface curiozitatea fiecarui om de zi cu zi punandui intrebari si oferindui raspunsuri ce nu doar ii vor satisface nevoia de a invata ceva nou in fiecare zi dar ajutandul sa isi ascuta mintea in fiecare zi! Cred ca ZeroEX este un site pe care il poti viziona [il vei putea viziona] in fiecare dimineata cu o cafea in mana invatand ceva nou si citind ultimele stiri din lume. Site-ul nu este nici pe aproape terminat dar ma gandeam ca voi primi un feedback pozitiv ce ma va ajuta la dezvoltarea corecta a site-ului. Orcine este interesat sa scrie pe el [PM] Or
  5. The National Security Agency (NSA) is apparently concerned that ********* will try to take down the nation's electrical grid via a cyberattack, according to a new report. *********, however, says the claims are just fear-mongering. Gen. Keith Alexander, director of the NSA, discussed the possibility of an *********-led attack in meetings with the White House and other officials, according to the Wall Street Journal. Alexander has not publicly discussed the power supply angle, but has mentioned *********' ability to go after computer networks, the Journal said. When asked for comment, an NSA sp
  6. It's long been known that Canonical has set its sights on mobile devices as the next destination for its popular Ubuntu Linux operating system, and on Tuesday the company took the next big step in that direction by announcing Ubuntu for Android. Designed to coexist with Android on users' multicore smartphones, the new version of Ubuntu is designed to launch the full Ubuntu desktop when the phone is docked with a keyboard and monitor. The rest of the time, the phone runs Android as usual. All data and services are shared between the Ubuntu and Android environments, so Android data and applicati
  7. Google was caught last week bypassing default privacy settings in the Safari browser in order to serve up tracking cookies. The company claimed the situation was an accident and limited only to the Safari web browser, but today Microsoft claimed Google is doing much the same thing with Internet Explorer. In a blog post titled “Google bypassing user privacy settings” Microsoft’s IE Corporate Vice President Dean Hachamovitch states that “When the IE team heard that Google had bypassed user privacy settings on Safari, we asked ourselves a simple question: is Google circumventing the privacy prefe
  8. Remember those faster-than-light neutrinos that supposedly defied Einstein’s speed limit? Never mind — or rather, maybe. Last September, CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, based outside Geneva, announced a finding that, if true, would throw a large monkey wrench into physics as we know it. Ghostly subatomic particles known as neutrinos that were generated at CERN and beamed through the earth 453 miles to a detector in Italy appeared to be arriving at their destination about 60 billionths of a second faster than a particle of light would. In a detailed scrutiny of the experim
  9. The Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) on Wednesday canceled without explanation a plan to buy nearly 3,000 iPad 2s to be used as electronic flight bags. Announced in January, the initiative would have seen AFSOC purchase 2,861 iPad 2 units for use in the Command’s fleet of surveillance aircraft and helicopter gunships. As in the commercial airline industry, the devices would have been used to replace 40 pounds of manuals and navigation charts typically carried by pilots and navigators. That seems a sensible plan, and it’s not clear why AFSOC has scrapped it. Some theorize that the C
  10. Google is prepping a pair of augmented reality glasses, which would allow users to receive, via a data connection, real-time information on their surroundings. According to a new report in The New York Times, the glasses – or Google goggles, if you like – will hit shelves by the end of the year, and retail for somewhere between $250 and $600. (The Times describes the glasses as being priced like an unsubsidized smartphone.) Unsurprisingly, Google has declined comment on the rumor, but the news does sync with a December post from Seth Weintraub, a blogger with 9 to 5 Google. The Google glasses
  11. Un nou blog cu stiri din toate domeniile it. Astept pareri si sugestii! StealData.CoM | News, Security, Windows, Hacking EDIT: Cine vrea backlink, sa imi dea pm!
  12. Sursa:Iranian Group Says It Hacked VOA Web Site VOA Breaking News Imi cer scuze daca a mai fost postat.Am dat search dar nu am gasit. LE: au scos repede deface-ul respectiv dar se pare ca inca mai au probleme http://www.voanews.com/english/search/?run=Y&c=%3CIMG%20%22%22%22%3E%3CSCRIPT%3Ealert(%22m0rphic%20RST%22)%3C/SCRIPT%3E%22%3E
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