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3D Video: Royal Oman Police to raise awareness through videos

Muscat: A series of 3D films designed to increase awareness of crimes is planned by the Royal Oman Police (ROP). “The fifteen 3D videos will be released as episodes and will be broadcast during the Holy Month of Ramadan on television and social media,” a source at the ROP said.A 2.41-minute promo of the upcoming serials in the 3D format is already posted on social media and has been watched by more than 33,500 viewers.The ROP source added that the purpose of the video is to reach the public through new and modern ways of communication which they connect with. “We at ROP thought it best to use new-era technology to address different crimes through TV and social media channels,” explained the source. Aimed at children and youth, the 3D serials are designed to be an education tool. The ROP had earlier released an advertisement explaining online services provided by the ROP on their official website. “I feel the promo clip conveyed the message very well to the public,” said the source. Also, traditional music used in the advertisement was well appreciated, he noted. Responding to the clip, Ali Khlafan, who works in the government sector, said he appreciated the […]

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Q&A: Hackers can watch you through cameras

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

My son gave me a wireless indoor security camera so I can keep an eye on my dogs while at work. I heard you talking about hackers who spy using these cameras on your national radio show. How can I make sure no one sees my cameras? A. It’s not very difficult to spy on people through Internet-connected wireless cameras because people don’t do one simple thing. That is, they don’t change the camera’s default or built-in password. An online search yields the default password for most camera makes and models. In case you’re wondering about your webcam, the same issue exists. My ex is calling and texting me nonstop, begging for my forgiveness. I don’t want to change my number. Help! Fortunately, most smartphones have a fix for this annoyance. In iOS, just tap a person’s name in the Phone app, Contact app or Messages app and then tap the Block Contact button. In Android, open your Phone app and go to Settings>>Call>>Call Rejection>>Auto Reject List>>Create. Put in the person’s name and their calls and texts won’t go through. For Windows Phone, go to Settings and tap call+SMS filter. Tap “Accept” and then switch blocking to “On.” Next, go […]

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Fighting crime through crowdsourcing

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (Nov. 12, 2014) — Crowdsourcing utilizes the input of a crowd of online users to collaboratively solve problems. To advance this emerging technology, researchers at the University of Miami are developing a computing model that uses crowdsourcing […]

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Traveling business executives targeted through luxury hotel Wi-Fi



Light has been shed on a specialized brand of cybercrime in the form of surveillance conducted through luxury hotel Wi-Fi, designed to spy on unwary business travelers. According to research released by security firm Kaspersky, a cyberespionage campaign dubbed Darkhotel […]

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‘Bash’ bug could let hackers attack through a light bulb

‘Bash’ bug could let hackers attack through a light bulb



Say hello to the bash bug, a lesson in why Internet-connected devices are inherently unsafe. Computer security researchers have discovered a flaw in the way many devices communicate over the Internet. At its most basic, it lets someone hack every […]

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Webcam Hackers Are Spying On You And Your Kids Through Your Computer, Security Cam

Webcam Hackers Are Spying On You And Your Kids Through Your Computer, Security Cam



Is your webcam spying on you? Not likely, but the “home hackers” on the other end could be snooping on your activities using your computer’s camera, baby monitor, and security cam, among other things. In light of the recent nude […]

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Latin American government cronyism, as told through emails leaked by Peruvian hackers

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Latin American government cronyism, as told through emails leaked by Peruvian hackers



It’s no secret that corruption runs rampant in many Latin American countries. But Peruvian hackers wanted the public to know just how egregious the region’s back-patting can be. So they broke into sensitive government, police and military networks in at […]

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Hackers hit more businesses through remote access accounts

Hackers recently broke into payment systems at several northwestern U.S. restaurants and food service firms via a remote access account belonging to one of their vendors, another example of the need for companies to monitor third-party access to their networks. View full post on Computerworld Cybercrime and Hacking News ________________ Other Sites You May Like: Read More….

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California man spies on cops through surveillance drones

While the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) is still awaiting approvals to use its recently acquired pairs of unmanned aerial vehicles to monitor Southern California, a civilian has been using it almost for a month! Daniel Saulmon, a 42-year old resident of Torrance, CA, and quite famous for his unusual passion of photographing police activities, has been using his own camera-equipped

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Montgomery County, Pennsylvania expects to save $4.2 million through energy performance contract with Constellation

Top Priority Sector:  infrastructure_protection Montgomery County, PA and Constellation have announced construction of $2.4 million in water and energy conservation measures at the Montgomery County Courthouse. Read More….

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