American police officers allegedly used a Trojan government to recover the conversations of employees from MegaUpload

Posted by on Feb 4, 2012 in Sécurité

American police officers allegedly used a Trojan government to recover the conversations of employees from MegaUpload

Tweet Germany was about her there with her little Trojan government R2D2 (). This malware was indeed legally vulnerable to many security holes, which canceled the lever completely predictable legal by the German legislator. Indeed, anyone who wished was able to deposit tampered files on the computer of a suspect in order to bring charges. A single forensic scientist was able to prove this hypothesis and could ruin an investigation and allow the guilty to escape justice...

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Multiple hacks against the " .com " manager.

Posted by on Feb 3, 2012 in Sécurité

Multiple hacks against the " .com " manager.

Tweet VeriSign acknowledges having undergone several hackers in 2010. A belated admission to the manager. Com who thinks their DNS infrastructure has not been compromised. Uncovered by Reuters, the admission is delayed and filtered through information given in financial documents published in October 2011 revealed that cyber attacks dating back to 2010 and repeated success. Enough to give a cold sweat as they hit VeriSign. Virginia-based United States, the company is...

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Anonymous Hacks FBI Conference Call

Posted by on Feb 3, 2012 in Humour, Sécurité

Anonymous Hacks FBI Conference Call

Tweet Earlier today, Anonymous released a confidential conference call between the FBI and law enforcement officers in the UK. The 16-minute call discusses ongoing investigations into hackers associated with Anonymous, AntiSec, and LulzSec. The email, titled “Anon-Lulz International Coordination Call”, was published on pastebin earlier today: http://pastebin.com/8G4jLha8 http://youtu.be/pl3spwzUZfQ The FBI and Scotland Yard have now confirmed that their internal conference...

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