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United Kingdom police arrest man for toy hack Post Oracle

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United Kingdom police arrest man for toy hack Post Oracle

In a previous statement, VTech said it is “cooperating with law enforcement worldwide” and that Mandiant is reviewing how the company handles customer information so it can “further strengthen” the security of that data. The South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU) announced that they had arrested a 21-year-old man in Bracknell, a small town that is 32 miles west of London. Authorities in the United Kingdom have arrested a man in connection with November’s data breach at VTech on suspicion of “unauthorized access to computer to facilitate the commission of an offence”. Authorities took in custody a few electronic devices that belonged to the man. The Cyber Crime eForensics Unit from SEROCU will check the devices to see if they were indeed used in the VTech hack. “Cyber criminality is affecting more and more business around the world and we continue to work with our partners to thoroughly investigate, often very complex cases”, commented Craig Jones, head of the Cyber Crime Unit at SEROC. The Hong Kong-based manufacturer of electronic toys for children reported the numbers soon after the incident happened. “It is important to note that our customer database does not contain any credit card information and VTech […]

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Men who used fake identities wanted by police

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Men who used fake identities wanted by police

POLICE have stepped up the hunt for two men who were using fake identity cards around Europe and wiring money to relatives of the Paris attacks ringleader. It was discovered the men, who disguised themselves as Samir Bouzid and Soufiane Kayal, sent more than AUD$1000 to Hasna Aitbouchlachen, the cousin of ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the day before she was blown up in a police raid in Paris last month. The real identity of the men using the fake IDs is not yet known. The ID of Kayal was used to rent a house in Aurvelias, a town in southern Belgium, which was used as a hide-out to plan to Paris attacks, police said. Bouzid’s ID was used to wire the money. Belgian prosecutors have warned people about the suspects. “These men are armed and dangerous,” they said. “Anyone who sees those men is asked not to undertake any initiative and to contact immediately the police.” Salad Abdeslam is also wanted by authorities and it is believed the men disguised as Bouzid and Kayal helped him travel to Hungary in September. Abdeslam’s brother blew himself up outside the cafe Comptoir Voltaire but his own involvement in the Paris attacks is still […]

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Police union leader pleads not guilty to child abuse

The president of Albuquerque’s police union pleaded not guilty to child abuse and intimidation of a witness charges during her first appearance in court Saturday morning.

Stephanie Lopez, who has been released from jail after posting a $5,000 cash-only bond, entered the plea in an appearance in Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court.

She was arrested Thursday evening on two felony charges after she allegedly struck her 14-year-old daughter multiple times in the face, pulled her hair and threw her to the ground during an argument earlier in the week, according to a criminal complaint filed by a Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office detective.

She allegedly warned the girl not to say anything when she dropped her off at school on Wednesday morning, the day after the incident, according to the complaint.

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Police arrest alleged child predator

An alleged child predator was arrested after a several month investigation by police.

Police arrested Adam Rohrer, 32, of Saginaw, on Nov. 30.

Rohrer faces six felony charges and two misdemeanor charges include two counts of children accosting for immoral purposes, four counts of stalking a minor, and two counts of attempting to commit a crime.

The crimes allegedly occurred between February and November 2015 and involve eight victims between 10 and 16 years old in Saginaw, Carrollton and Saginaw Townships, police said.

The victims used safety precautions when they were approached by the suspect, which prevented them from being abducted, said Saginaw Police Det.

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Lockport police arrest two for credit card fraud

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Lockport police arrest two for credit card fraud

Lockport police arrested two women in separate cases Friday, charging each with fourth-degree grand larceny for allegedly stealing more than $1,000 from victims’ bank accounts through thee of stolen credit cards. Felicia M. Wittig, 26, of Niagara Street, Niagara Falls, was picked up by Falls police Friday afternoon and brought to Lockport. A male resident of Urban Park Towers, an apartment building on Main Street in Lockport, told police that Wittig was in his apartment for two hours Oct. 29 and after she left, he couldn’t find his card. Later, he found $1,600 had been withdrawn from his account. Barbara L. Bartholomew, 46, of South Transit Street, Lockport, was picked up Friday morning at a 7-Eleven store at South Transit and High streets, and charged with making 13 unauthorized withdrawals from a Lockport woman’s bank account using a stolen ATM card between mid-July and early October. Source: http://www.buffalonews.com/city-region/lockport/lockport-police-arrest-two-for-credit-card-fraud-20151205

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Pennsylvania nuclear plant worker to trial for child pornography police found on work computer

A former western Pennsylvania nuclear plant worker has been ordered to stand trial on charges he downloaded child pornography pictures on his work computer because he was bored.

The Beaver County Times (http://bit.ly/1l8UMkE ) reports 60-year-old Raymond Fischer Jr., of Harmony, will stand trial in May now that he waived a preliminary hearing last week.

FirstEnergy Corp. says the company promptly reported the images when they were found in October 2013, and fired Fischer from the Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Station three days later.

The state police Bureau of Criminal Investigation says 51 printed images of children ages 10 to 16 were found in Raymond Fischer Jr.

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Pakistani hackers deface Vizag traffic police website

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Pakistani hackers deface Vizag traffic police website

Suspected hackers from Pakistan have defaced the website of city traffic police. The hackers blocked the site and posted some malicious and anti-national content under the web name ‘team Pakistan cyber attackers’ alleging atrocities against Muslims in Kashmir. The website www.vizagtrafficpolice was hacked around 2 PM in Sunday and subsequently restored on the same day. Police said the IP address of hackers has been traced to Istanbul and they were probably radical Is .. Source: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/pakistani-hackers-deface-vizag-traffic-police-website/articleshow/50015853.cms

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Tulsa police arrest ‘Most Wanted’ fugitive on child abuse, assault, sexual-battery charges

A Broken Arrow man who was named the Tulsa Police Department’s Most Wanted fugitive in November was arrested Tuesday in Tulsa.

Nathan Remigio, 33, was booked into Tulsa Jail about 5:50 p.m. on a felony charge of child abuse by injury and a misdemeanor charge of domestic assault and battery out of Tulsa County.

Remigio also is being held on Rogers County charges of sexual battery and selling/furnishing alcohol to a minor.

The child abuse charge stems from a July 28 incident, according to court records.

Remigio is being held without bond, according to jail records.

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Police destroying phones due to ‘sexting’ situation in country communities

‘Sexting’ is so prolific in the Cootamundra Local Area Command in south-western New South Wales, one family has left the district after an image of their daughter went viral.

Youth Liaison Officer, Senior Constable Joe Camilleri, said police have destroyed seven mobiles belonging to young people recently as they contained inappropriate pictures, while the destruction of a further three phones is being considered.

“We’ve sought some professional advice from our people in Sydney and they can only give a 95 per cent guarantee that those images are removed,” he said.

These kids aren’t intentionally wanting to create child porn, but because of their age, that’s exactly what they’ve done and there are predators out there who would love to get these images and when they do go online, as we all know, you cannot retrieve them.

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#OPSINGLEGATEWAY: ANONYMOUS HACKS THAI POLICE SERVERS, PROVES ITS POINT

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#OPSINGLEGATEWAY: ANONYMOUS HACKS THAI POLICE SERVERS, PROVES ITS POINT

Hacked readers will know of Thailand’s military government’s aim to squeeze all internet communicationinto a single gateway. If you aren’t aware of the master plan, Thailand’s Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha and his cabinet ordered the country’s National Police Department, the Information and Communication Ministry along with the Justice Ministry to look into the means to set up a single gateway for the internet. A resolution was passed soon after, mandating the agencies to look into laws that would need to either be enacted or amended, as a means to enforce the single Internet gateway. To nobody’s surprise, state-run company CAT Telecom was chosen by the Prime Minister as the only authority to control all internet communications through the single gateway in Thailand. With public backlash from the Thai people along with criticism from around the world, the government’s public stance has since changed. The Prime Minister stated that he hadn’t “ordered’ the agencies to go ahead with the mandate and that he had merely only suggested the endeavor as a study. The backtracking convinced few, least of all the Thai people and hacktivist group Anonymous. Source: https://hacked.com/opsinglegateway-anonymous-hacks-thai-police-servers-proves-its-point/

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