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Hacker posts client e-mails from Swiss bank BCGE

Hacker posts client e-mails from Swiss bank BCGE

ZURICH/GENEVA:  A hacker claiming to be behind a cyber attack on Banque Cantonale de Geneve divulged confidential client information after the Swiss bank failed to meet demands for payment. In the latest case of a breach of customer information at a financial firm, an anonymous person or group using the Twitter moniker Rex Mundi said […]

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Chief data and security posts vacant by Victorian government

The new cyber security plan will be imposed by the Victorian governmental and for that, they are looking to appoint the new Cyber Security personnel. This plan will begin from the upcoming month. The security plan is built up on the structure of the Commonwealth Attorney – General and Australian Signal Directorate. Read More….

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How The Washington Post’s New Owner Aided the CIA, Blocked WikiLeaks & Decimated Book Industry 2/2


http://www.democracynow.org – The Washington Post announced on Monday the paper had been sold to Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeff Bezos for $250 million. Bezo…

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Chinese Communist Party Media Posts Execution Photos Actually Came From Fetish Porn Site

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Havoc Of Mobb Deep Posts Nude Twitter Photo: Was He Hacked?

Today fans of Mobb Deep were given more than they bargained for, from Havoc. The Queens rapper shared a few racy and explicit nude photos on his Twitter account and quickly became a trending topic. One of the photos was a clear shot of his nether regions, which sent hip-hop heads into a tailspin. Read More….

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Worm Posts on SNS Sites and Wipes out Rivals

W32.Wergimog is a worm that attempts to spread through removable drives and opens a back door. When I looked into its variants, I found an interesting sample, which I named W32.Wergimog.B. Both samples are based …

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Worm Posts on SNS Sites and Wipes out Rivals

W32.Wergimog is a worm that attempts to spread through removable drives and opens a back door. When I looked into its variants, I found an interesting sample, which I named W32.Wergimog.B. Both samples are based …

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Adobe Posts Fix For Critical Flash Flaw

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Busted! FBI led to Anonymous hacker after he posts picture of girlfriend’s breasts online

This is the picture that led the FBI to a catch prolific hacker allegedly responsible for releasing the personal information of scores of police officers throughout the United States.

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Pastebin to filter hacktivist posts more carefully

Pastebin’s status as the favoured website on which to post evidence of stolen or hacked data could become a thing of the past with the news that its owner plans to filter content more carefully.

In an email interview with the BBC, current owner Jeroen Vader admitted that the site now examined an average of 1,200 abuse reports a day via its notification system and needed to hire more staff to cope with this volume of traffic.

The site was also becoming a target itself and now received DDoS attacks almost every day, he said.

“February was a terrible month, so many attacks. It was a real nightmare to run the site. The longest one went on for more than 48 hours,” said Vader.

The site’s biggest challenge remains its reputation as a repository for stolen data as evidenced by numerous incidents since Vader took the site over in early 2010.

The sale was partly motivated by the infamous hack that gave Pastebin unwanted public attention in 2009 when it was used to publish the logins for thousands of Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo and AOL webmail users.

Since then, it has become associated with an increasing number of data-sharing attacks, including the Comodo hacker’s famous SSL raids on various certificate authorities, the publication of credit cards culled from Saudi Arabian credit card users, and the theft of 100,000 Facebook user logins.

However, its most famous moments were undoubtedly connected to its regular use by LulzSec and Anonymous hacking groups to publicise attacks.

Equally, it has been used to publish details of important security vulnerabilities such as the one that affected Dropbox last June, which is where Pastebin’s tricky modus operandi becomes apparent. It is designed to be a repository for open information exchange, a sort of technical or coder’s version of Wikileaks. That this is often being abused is inherent to its open model.

“I am looking to hire some extra people soon to monitor more of the website’s content, not just the items that are reported,” Vader told the BBC.

“Hopefully this will increase the speed in which we can remove sensitive information. This will give us more time to look at trending items in detail if they haven’t been reported yet.”

Pastebin also shared IP address information if it was requested by the police using a valid court order, he said.

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