Category Archives: Week 14

Malware by my personal view

Have you got an email from one of those foreign persons who indicate that you have won a few million or to transfer money via Western Union, so keep your fingers away. Content is not, as alleged – but people … Continue reading

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Anonymous steals 10,000 Iranian government emails, plans DDoS attack

The hacker group Anonymous is again on the run. Now Anonymous has hacked into Iranian government servers and procured over 10,000 email messages from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs webpage are still down and the … Continue reading

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Plug and Prey: Malicious USB Devices

We are a lot of talking about software security issues and forgot about hardware security. The malicious usb devices are very easy and quickly installable and hardly recognizable. Some hardware key loggers so simple that can’t be recognized by any … Continue reading

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Sony Music Japan hacked

It seems that Sony has some seriously problems with their security. This would be like the 7th time they are hacked in the last month – month and a half. In my opinion shame on Sony, such a big company … Continue reading

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Google fixes Android Wi-Fi security hole

Google has get rid of a hole that, allowed someone to snoop on an unencrypted Wi-Fi network and access calendar and contact data on the smartphones. Today we’re starting to roll out a fix which addresses a potential security flaw … Continue reading

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Help protect Windows from malware with No Autorun

What is AutoRun? AutoRun, a feature of Windows Explorer (actually of the shell32 dll) introduced in Windows 95, enables media and devices to launch programs by use of commands listed in a file called autorun.inf. Default behavior for Autorun Autorun … Continue reading

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The New Hacker’s Dictionary

I think its really funny to have that dictionary, there is so much stuff we use and we could use for emoticons and IRC pictures. As known as M.I.T. 1996 its a collection of slang terms used by various subcultures … Continue reading

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