20-8-2011 – 14-8-2011

Parliament Committee finds flaws in Cybercrime Bill

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 20, 2011 at 5:15 AM Comments comments (0)

New legal responsibilities recommended for carriers and smaller ISPs.

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AntiSec hackers target Vanguard Defense exec

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 20, 2011 at 5:10 AM Comments comments (0)
The hacktivist group AntiSec says it has released a gigabyte of private documents from Vanguard Defense Industries, including e-mails from an executive connected with a cybersecurity organization it has targeted previously. In a post on Pastebin this morning, AntiSec said the e-mails belong to Richard Garcia, a senior vice president at Vanguard who is also a board member at InfraGard, an FBI program that teams up public and private cybersecurity efforts. In June, AntiSec affiliate LulzSec hacke… Read Full Post »

Precommissioned Speed Cameras For ,Victoria Au.

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 18, 2011 at 10:25 AM Comments comments (0)
Suburb Camera Location At Intersection Braeside Springvale Road Lower Dandenong Road Camberwell Prospect Hill Road Burke Road Carlton Nicholson Street Princes Street Chadstone Warrigal Road Batesford Road Cheltenham Warrigal Road Centre Dandenong Road Collingwood Hoddle Street Johnston Street Cranbourne North South Gippsland Highway Thompsons Road Dandenong Stud Road Heatherton Road Doncaster Williamsons Road Doncaster Road Doveton Heatherton Road Monash Freeway East Melbourne Hoddle … Read Full Post »

Mobile Safety Camera Sites Rostered 15 Aug – 21 Aug For Victoria Au.

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 18, 2011 at 10:25 AM Comments comments (0)
Mobile Safety Camera Sites Rostered 15 Aug – 21 Aug Victoria Police have rostered the following sites for mobile safety camera enforcement this week. Rostered sites, however, could change for a number of operational and environmental reasons. Suburb Road Alberton South Gippsland Highway Allansford Princes Highway Altona Civic Parade Altona Kororoit Creek Road Altona Queen Street Altona Meadows Queen Street Altona Meadows Victoria Street Anglesea Great Ocean Road Ararat Lambert Str… Read Full Post »

ANONYMOUS Hacker Group What They Are Capable Of

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 17, 2011 at 11:00 PM Comments comments (0)
Visit their Blog Site http://anonops.blogspot.com/ View What they have done :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gP9q61Fjlqo&feature=player_detailpage Message To The Australian Government From Anonymous: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEe7qhlFNs4&feature=player_detailpage You have a view and read and make up your own mind about this and these types of groups

Amazon releases secure cloud for government

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 17, 2011 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (0)
Cloud service provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced AWS GovCloud, a new AWS Region designed to allow U.S. government agencies and contractors to move more sensitive workloads into the cloud by addressing their specific regulatory and compliance requirements. Amazon’s move reflects the ongoing adoption of public cloud services by government entities, including the U.S. Treasury’s Recovery Accountability and Transparency board, which hosts Recovery.gov and Treasury.gov on AWS, as wel… Read Full Post »

iOS developer to pay $50,000 fine over child privacy

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 17, 2011 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (0)
An iOS developer has been fined $50,000 for allegedly violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, the Federal Trade Commission announced yesterday. COPPA is a far-reaching act, requiring Web site operators to notify and obtain parent or guardian consent before children’s personal information is collected, used, or disclosed. Privacy policies that are clear and understandable for parents are also required. According to the government organization, iOS developer W3 Innovations, which… Read Full Post »

Facial recognition used in riots, Olympic Games

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 17, 2011 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (0)
Facial-recognition software to be deployed at the London Olympics next year has had a trial by fire as British police employ the technology to track rioters. Britain’s Metropolitan Police said the system was put through its paces as officers tried to identify troublemakers. Chief constable Andy Trotter of the British Transport Police told the Associated Press that the software was being used to identify people involved in the looting and violence, but said it was being used alongside conve… Read Full Post »

NSW police commission exits copyright suit

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 17, 2011 at 9:50 PM Comments comments (0)
Micro Focus case boils to two respondents. One of the three NSW state policing bodies facing allegations of copyright infringement by US software vendor Micro Focus has escaped litigation in the Federal Court. The NSW Police Integrity Commission (PIC) had, along with the NSW Police Force and NSW Ombudsman, faced allegations that it infringed copyright by installing more instances of Micro Focus’ software than was covered under a license agreement. The commission was alleged to have inst… Read Full Post »

Android malware masquerading as Google+ app

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 17, 2011 at 9:50 PM Comments comments (0)
A new flavor of Android malware is disguising itself as a Google+ app in an attempt to capture instant messages, GPS, location, call logs, and other sensitive data. Uncovered by the team at Trend Micro, the new malware known as ANDROIDOS_NICKISPY.C can also automatically answer and record phone calls. To capture data, the app loads at boot-up and runs certain services that can monitor messages, phone calls, and the user’s location, thereby stealing e-mail and other content. Detailing its findi… Read Full Post »

RSA adds malware domain feeds to CyberCrime Intelligence Service

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 17, 2011 at 9:50 PM Comments comments (0)
List of malware domains can be fed into IPS and IDS appliances to disrupt communication between malware and an attacker?s command and control server. RSA is bolstering its CyberCrime Intelligence Service, adding malicious domain blacklists as a new feature for organizations that use the service. Malicious domain blacklists, which can be gotten from a variety of sources, are pieced together by the security research community to cut off malware from their command and control server. Blackli… Read Full Post »

Botnets go search crazy

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 17, 2011 at 9:50 PM Comments comments (0)
Botnets are being used to generate up to 80,000 daily queries on search engines daily. This experts said allows for a filtered list of potentially exploitable sites to be created in a very short time with minimal effort. The attacker’s identity remains concealed as searches are conducted using botnets and not the hacker’s IP address. Amichai Shulman, CTO of Imperva, said that hackers have become experts at using Google to create a map of hackable targets on the web and this allows them … Read Full Post »

More cyberattacks hitting social networks

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 17, 2011 at 9:45 PM Comments comments (0)
Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting social networks, prompting people to take more steps to protect their online privacy, according to a new survey from security company Webroot. A survey of nearly 4,000 social-network users in the U.S., U.K., and Australia found that the number of people hit by Koobface and other social-networking malware reached 18 percent this year, compared with 13 percent last year and 8 percent in 2009. In the United Kingdom specifically, the number of social net… Read Full Post »

Hacker uses Facebook to find looted laptop

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 17, 2011 at 9:45 PM Comments comments (0)
Some rioters seem to have worked out the idea of personal security. You know, by wearing their auntie’s scarves across their faces and by disabling security cameras before they steal, um, cameras. Others, though, appear to blunder in, without a second thought to just how pervasive technology has become. So it seems in the case of a youth who allegedly thought it might be an idea, during last week’s riots, to steal a MacBook Pro from a house in the West Kensington district of London. The way t… Read Full Post »

Security expert finds Android ‘bugs’

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 15, 2011 at 12:05 AM Comments comments (0)
Row over whether in OS or third-party code. A mobile security expert says he has found new ways for hackers to attack phones running Google Inc’s Android operating system. Riley Hassell, who caused a stir when he called off an appearance at the Black Hat conference last week, told Reuters he and colleague Shane Macaulay decided not to lay out their research at the gathering for fear criminals would use it attack Android phones. He said in an interview he identified more than a dozen wid… Read Full Post »

Hackers LulzSec and Anonymous attack Italian cyber police website

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 15, 2011 at 12:05 AM Comments comments (0)
HACKERS groups LulzSec and Anonymous have announced they hacked into the website of Italy’s cyber police and published classified information online in an attack dubbed Operation Italy. The police unit admitted it had been hacked but did not confirm or deny that any information had been stolen. The attack “revealed some of the most important and most secret reports of the cyber police on illegal and immoral practices,” hackers said on a blog. The reports “will show abuses committed in E… Read Full Post »

LulzSec founder Topiary arrested

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 15, 2011 at 12:00 AM Comments comments (0)
LulzSec posted a hoax story announcing the death News Corp head Rupert Murdoch. Picture: Supplied AP Arrested teen linked to Anonymous, LulzSec Believed to be spokesman “Topiary” LulzSec takes down The Sun BRITISH police have arrested a 19-year-old man in a remote Scottish archipelago on suspicion of being a spokesman for the Lulz Security and Anonymous computer hacking groups. “The man arrested is believed to be linked to an ongoing international investigation into the criminal activ… Read Full Post »

Hackers turn attacks on each other

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 15, 2011 at 12:00 AM Comments comments (0)
Hashing it out: Hackers set on derailing notorious group Anonymous went head to head with members at DefCon in Las Vegas over the weekend. Source: AFP HACKERS bent on derailing Anonymous fought with members of the notorious group in Las Vegas over the weekend. “Hubris” and “Asherah” of startup Backtrace Security condemned Anonymous for “bully behavior” and argued that the group was trying to pass off reckless opportunism as Internet-age activism. “When Anonymous started it was a goo… Read Full Post »

Anonymous defaces BART site, leaks user data

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 15, 2011 at 12:00 AM Comments comments (0)
Anonymous has apparently made good on a promise to wreak havoc on the Web site of the Bay Area Rapid Transit System today, although not exactly as planned. Earlier, the amorphous collective had threatened to take Bart.gov offline for six hours today, or twice the amount of time BART managers took cell phone service offline at some BART stations Thursday night in order to head off a planned protest then. The distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack was supposed to begin at noon pacific time, … Read Full Post »

Anonymous plans BART Web site attack, protest

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 14, 2011 at 11:50 PM Comments comments (0)
Hacktivist group Anonymous says it will take the Web site of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system off line later today for six hours while also inundating BART fax lines and e-mail accounts. A press release published online detailing the group’s plans says the actions are in retaliation for BART’s unilateral shutdown of cell phone service Thursday night at some BART stations to prevent another planned protest. The Thursday demonstration had been planned to protest the fatal shooting of a ma… Read Full Post »

British cops nab teens over Sony riot fire

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 14, 2011 at 10:30 AM Comments comments (0)
Millions of discs torched. British Police have arrested three teenagers allegedly connected to a massive fire that destroyed a Sony warehouse near London this week. In a brief statement earlier today, Police said that two men, aged 17 and 18, remained in custody, while a third man, aged 17, had been granted bail. The three were arrested “in connection with violent disorder and the arson at the Sony Distribution Centre” in Enfield. The centre had reportedly been looted before it was t… Read Full Post »

Syrians strike back at Anonymous

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 14, 2011 at 10:30 AM Comments comments (0)
Pro-government hackers in Syria have apparently retaliated against hacktivist collective Anonymous by temporarily taking over the latter’s social networking site. When accessing Anonymous’s site, AnonPlus, earlier today, visitors were greeted with the words “Terrorist Kills, Syrian Army and Syrian Civilians” in large type against a flag of the Arab nation, which has been subject to mass anti-government protests in recent months. Since the unrest began, up to 2,000 civilians and 500 members of… Read Full Post »

AFP using wi-fi scanners to sniff out crime

 Posted by Caspertwin on August 14, 2011 at 1:30 AM Comments comments (0)
The Australian Federal Police is using handheld wireless tools to search for unprotected networks suspected of being used to commit online crime. The devices are used by police agencies to help track wireless networks used by individuals suspected of downloading child exploitation images. Fluke Networks which designed the AirCheck device said police use the unit allowed police to “more confidently enter the suspect?s location” if illegal material is suspected of being downloaded ov… Read Full Post »

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