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  1. 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 of its kind since Edward Snowden revealed the extent of the Big Brother nightmare that is domestic counter-terrorism in the 21st century. Facebook decided that revealing your location in Messenger isn’t a bug; it’s a feature! A feature you can now, thankfully, opt out of. And our own Andy Greenberg demonstrated that the front lines of the gun control debate are moving closer to home, as it’s now incredibly easily to build your own untraceable guns. But there was a lot of other news this week, summarized below. To read the full story linked in each post, click on the headlines. And be safe out there! —Emily Dreyfuss Chinese Hackers Access Four Million Federal Workers’ Payroll Data Another month, another massive breach of a federal agency revealed. Hackers based in China accessed the records of four million federal workers when they hacked the Office of Payroll Management (OPM) in an attack first discovered in April. Despite the agency’s focus on payroll, it’s not clear if any data was stolen that could lead to financial fraud; no direct deposit information was accessed, according to the Washington Post. Instead, the attackers may have been seeking data useful for identifying government staffers with security clearances, potentially to target them in future “spear phishing” attacks. The Department of Homeland Security has taken credit for identifying the attack with its EINSTEIN intrusion detection system. But critics are questioning why that years-in-development system couldn’t have caught the attack earlier. The Chinese government, per usual, has denied any involvement. The OPM intrusion marks the second major federal breach revealed this year, following news that Russian hackers accessed unclassified White House networks as well as those of the State Department. — Andy Greenberg California Senate Passes Bill Requiring Warrants To Search Electronic Devices Another small victory for opponents of the all-pervasive morass of electronic surveillance, at least in one state: the California senate unanimously passed the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act, a bill requiring law enforcement to obtain a search warrant or wiretap order prior to searching smartphones, laptops, or electronic devices, or accessing information stored on remote servers. The bill will be heard by the State Assembly this summer. — Yael Grauer Skype Bug Broke App on Android, iOS and Windows It only took Skype 24 hours to fix the bug, but for a moment, messaging “http://:” (without the quotes) in chat not only made Skype crash in Windows, Android, and iOS, but would immediately crash it again after restarting when Skype downloaded chat history for the server, meaning that clearing the chat history didn’t resolve the issue. This bug trailed on the heels of the iOS glitch discovered last week that caused iPhones to crash when sent a string of characters, though users are far more likely to type in http://: by accident than they are to text the complicated string of Arabic and English characters required to crash iOS devices. Before the fix was in, Skype users could get around the bug by installing an older version of Skype, or having the sender delete the offending message. — Yael Grauer Most Macs Vulnerable to Permanent Backdooring Macs shipped prior to mid-2014 are vulnerable to an exploit that would allow an attacker to permanently control the machine, even if you reinstall OS X or reformat the drive. The vulnerability, discovered by security researcher Pedro Vilaca, allows attackers to install malicious firmware that essentially overwrites the firmware that boots up the machine right after older Macs awake from sleep. The code is installed via one of the many security vulnerabilities found in web browsers such as Safari. One way to avoid this hack is to change your computer’s default setting to deactivate sleep mode. You can also download software to detect whether an attack has taken place, though the software won’t prevent it from happening. — Yael Grauer Twitter Just Killed Politwoops The greatest Twitter account you’ve never heard of is now dead. Politwoops, an online archive of public statements made–and deleted–by U.S. politicians on Twitter, was an online transparency project started in 2012 by the Sunlight Foundation. It was created to provide a record of ways that elected officials sometimes quietly reverse their messaging. Originally, Sunlight had permission to use Twitter’s API for the project, which used a human curation workflow to analyze the tweets. But the social networking service has now reneged, citing the expectation of privacy for all accounts. Sunlight Foundation points out that elected officials shouldn’t share the same expectations of privacy as private citizens do, and that transparency leads to accountability. Now it has one fewer tool to use on that mission. — Yael Grauer Now You, Too, Can Track FBI Spy Planes As you’ve probably heard by now, the FBI is flying spy planes over American cities, and they’re registered to at least 13 fictitious companies. The specific capabilities of these planes is unclear, but they may have high-tech cameras and perhaps even cell-site simulators to scoop up massive amounts of data. Luckily, tracking the planes themselves has proven to be a bit easier than determining their capabilities. L.A.-based technologist John Wiseman used public records request for flight routes and programmed a radio receiver to intercept airplane transmissions, allowing him to identify planes flying in L.A. in real time. You can do the same, by tapping into a database of 115 spy planes that engineer Brian Abelson created by looking up registration numbers associated with planes owned by FBI front companies, as revealed by the AP. Flight information and history is available on that link, and users can analyze the data set by registering for a free account at Enigma, the data search and discovery platform where Wiseman works. — Yael Grauer Source
  2. Hey you can crash any version of skype: read here Hope you guys like it Ya i am not distributing malware trust me
  3. Articolul ar fi useless asa ca pastez doar ce-i important : Just Send '[B]http://:[/B]' and Crash Skype Sursa
  4. Poate multi din voi stiti sau poate nu dar poti modifica hystory-ul dintr-o discutie de pe skype. Spre exemplu sa presupunem ca tu intrebi o fata daca ii place inghetata. Ea va raspunde ca da, in momentul ala te uiti in drepata la ce ora ai primit raspunsul si dai ceasul inapoi in asa fel incat sa fie intre cele doua mesaje. Si scri vrei sa vi la mine sa vedem un "film"? automat skype-ul va posta mesajul intre cele 2 mesaje anterioare ordinea fiind data de ceasul tau de pe local P.S. Daca am gresit sectiunea va rog sa mutati threadul, dar nu stiam unde se incadreaza
  5. Salut.Azi mi-a dat unul add pe skype, si de atunci numai probleme. Am mai primit mesaje de la el pe rs, ca imi da flood ca nush ce. Mi-a aflat ip-ul prin skype, am gasit un kkt de site care face asta. Cum as putea sa il opresc?Nu ma afecteaza prea mult, ca mi se opreste netul cateva secunde si dupaia isi revine, dar sa nu se mai creada asa superior... Eu as putea sa-i fac ceva?Am doar ip-ul lui...
  6. Skype Spy USB Edition software allows you to monitor and track all Skype chats and activities, such as file transfers or calls. You can search monitored Skype data, make copies of data, and restore the data as well. Best of all, Skype Spy USB Edition is portable — you can easily run it from USB flash drive and use it on any computer without installation. In this way the app stays completely undetectable. It is a great option for anyone looking for an effective parental control solution or employee monitoring software. Free Skype Spy USB Edition (100% discount) Inca 4 zile si expira.
  7. SkypeFreak A Cross Platform Forensic Framework for Skype Fully Open Source Written in Python 2.7 Supports Windows, Linux and OS X Will be ported to Ruby and PHP soon Won't work with alternative accounts using Microsoft and Facebook What is this all about? This is a small idea of mine. A full open source forensic framework for Skype. I love to analyze applications and explore how things work behind the scenes. The main goal of this application is to aid in forensic investigations. What is so special in this? Actually there are many other tools which could the same thing, but I thought writing a open source tool to help people understand what is really going on and anyone can customize this according their needs. Will there be a big Forensic framework? Yes me, Hood3dRob1n and Nick Knight are planning a full fledged forensic framework including most famous applications such as Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Opera, etc. This will be available in Python, Ruby and PHP. Conclusion None of the application you use today are safe. They often log what all you do. Do not use this application without any kind of permissions because it would result in violation of privacy. The author takes no responsibility of any kind of damage you cause. Please use this for educational purposes only. Download: .zip | .tar.gz Author: https://twitter.com/OsandaMalith SkypeFreak by OsandaMalith
  8. La naiba — nici nu îmi venea s? cred, pân? nu am testat. Deci: Înregistr?m un nou cont Skype folosind emailul victimei (va ap?rea notificare precum c? ai deja cont cu acest email — nu te descuraja, mergi mai departe). Dup? ce complet?m formularul WEB, desc?rc?m Skype-ul ?i ne log?m folosind datele noului cont. ?inem Skype-ul la vedere — nu-l închidem În regim incognito deschidem aceast? pagin? https://login.skype.com/account/password-reset-request ?i introducem emailul victimei. A?tept?m. Vine notificare pe Skype, ceva legat de „Password Token”. Click. Se deschide Skype-ul. Nimic? Ap?s?m F5. Nimic? Iar??i F5... Hopa, apare mesajul cu „Password Token” — click pe URL f?r? s? ezit?m. Pe pagina ce se deschide introducem email-ul victimei. Alegem contul de Skype (desigur, nu cel ce l-am creat cu 5 minute în urm?), Next ?i „Voila!” — avem posibilitatea s? introducem o parol? nou?. Dup? ce schimb?m parola, ne log?m pe Skype folosind loginul victimei ?i parola abia introdus?. Din set?ri ad?ug?m o nou? adres? de email ?i... PROFIT! UPD: Îmi pare r?u, dar trebuie s? te anun? c?, vulnerabilitatea a fost reparat?... ?i, colac peste pup?z?, nici Mo? Cr?ciun nu exist?.
  9. Skype privacy bug that can Send Messages To The Wrong Contacts Posted On 7/18/2012 01:02:00 AM By THN Security Analyst What if when you sent a message to someone, it had a very good chance of going to someone else in your contact list? That would be pretty scary right? That what some Skype users are reporting. The bug was first discussed in Skype’s user forums, and seems to have followed a June 2012 update of the Skype software. Skype has confirmed the bug existence and that a fix is in the works. However, the company characterizes the bug as “rare.” Purchased by Microsoft last year for $8.5 billion, the Luxemburg company which has as many as 40 million people using its service at a time during peak periods, explained that messages sent between two users were in limited cases being copied to a third party, but did not elaborate further on the matter. Five other individuals of the Microsoft-owned program confirmed they were also seeing instant messages being sent to the wrong person from their contact list. Sometimes it's just a few messages, while other times it's a whole conversation. Skype has, on its blog, confirmed the issue of a bug sending instant messages to wrong contacts and has promised a fix. Addressing the issue, Skype wrote, "Based on recent Skype customer forum posts and our own investigation over the past couple of days, we have identified a bug that we are working hard to fix." Skype privacy bug that can Send Messages To The Wrong Contacts : The Hacker News ~ http://thehackernews.com/2012/07/skype-privacy-bug-that-can-send.html
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