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AT&T To Charge For FaceTime? iOS 6 b3 And Jailbreak, Apple Forced To Clarify Dispute & More

Welcome to the ninety-seventh episode of BestTechInfo and Rumors! Topics: Apple releases iOS 6 beta 3, Dev Team releases Jailbreak, AT&T may charge for or restrict FaceTime over cellular, Apple forced to clarify Samsung dispute and more. Links Discussed In This Episode: 1. Apple Releases iOS 6 Beta 3: www.besttechinfo.com 2. iOS 6 Beta 3 […]

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DHS buys more than $51,000 worth of riot gear for upcoming national conventions

Jacob Goodwin Top Priority Sector:  law_enforcement_first_responders DHS has awarded a small business set-aside contract worth more than $51,000 to Atlantic Diving Supply, Inc., of Virginia Beach, VA, to supply a slew of riot gear that might be used by the department’s Federal Protective Service if there are protests or riots at the upcoming Republican or […]

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200+ More Sites Defaced By VOBHH

The Continued cyber war between India and Pakistani has yet again left a further 200+ sites hacked and defaced, few of these recent attacks have also been aimed towards Indian based education and government based websites. View full post on Cyber War News

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U.S. restrains more than $3 million in alleged corrupt assets of former Nigerian governor

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  border_security Image Caption:  Ibori Working in with U.K. authorities, ICE and the Department of Justice secured a restraining order against more than $3 million in proceeds in the U.S. held by a former governor in […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…

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PSN is Down 4/21/11, PSN Anonymous, PSN Hackers,Game Developers, and More


Error Codes:80710A06 and 80710092 Reasoning: During the last few days, Anonymous has been targeting Sony for their outrageous treatment of not only PS3 users and jailbreakers, but also of the general public. Their propaganda regarding jailbreaking implies that it encourages piracy and thereby makes people lose their jobs, whereas jailbreaking actually just means you are making YOUR device do what it should do. Imagine if Microsoft forced you to use Internet Explorer instead of Firefox or Chrome. Imagine if they denied users from using any other web browser than their own. Many people would obviously be pissed… but then, why aren’t you pissed at Sony? Response: This argument that they have proposed does not help us, its jus a form of cyber terrorism!

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Morning Security Brief: Wrongful Convictions, Cyberattacks at NATO summit, Prison Riot Leaves One Dead, and More

►More than 2,000 people have been freed from prison since 1989 after being wrongly convicted. The University of Michigan Law School and Northwestern University have compiled the largest database of wrongful convictions in an effort …

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Morning Security Brief: No Credible NATO Threats, Testing Emergency Vaccines on Children, U.S. Not Safe from Stuxnet, and More

 
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BitCoin hacked, More than 18,000 Bitcoins Stolen

BitCoin hacked, More than 18,000 Bitcoins Stolen
Bitcoinica, a Bitcoin exchange started by a 17-year old teenager Zhou Tong, has been shut down for security investigations. It’s believed that at least 18,000 BTC ($90,000 or 68,000 EUR) have been stolen.
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News of the hack was posted this morning by Bitcoinica’s founder, …

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Morning Security Brief: Russia Foils Terrorist Attack, Cruise Line Biothreat Scare, Cybersecurity Goes Offensive, and More

 
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Morning Security Brief: License Plate Scanners, Smartphone Risk Picture, Firearm Requests Up, and More

►Police in Tennessee are embracing license plate scanning technology. It’s led them directly to vehicles used in crimes and in their first year of use, Memphis police wrote almost twice as many citations for revoked and suspended licenses. It was also used to find a suspect in the murder of …

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