How White Hat Hackers Hacked An Offline Laptop In Another Room Within Seconds

How White Hat Hackers Hacked An Offline Laptop In Another Room Within Seconds

Short Bytes: The researchers from Tel Aviv University and Technion have found a way to steal encryption keys from “safe” air-gapped machines. The attack was launched from another room and the target...

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Hackers criam o primeiro ransomware brasileiro

Hackers criam o primeiro ransomware brasileiro

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Esse seria o primeiro malware do tipo criado no País. Criminosos exigem pagamento de R$ 2 mil para liberar arquivos de vítima

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DEF CON 23 – Packet Capture Village – Lokesh Pidawekar – Hackers Practice Ground

DEF CON 23 – Packet Capture Village – Lokesh Pidawekar – Hackers Practice Ground

Hacker’s Practice Ground Lokesh Pidawekar, Cisco, Inc. Learning Hacking legally and economically is not a myth anymore. You will witness how to create a practice ground to hone the skills of hacking. The talk will take you through infrastructure, tools and techniques of practicing hacking. It will also cover information about online hacking challenges and breaking into bug bounty programs. Expect lot of demos. Lokesh Pidawekar (Twitter: @MaverickRocky02) Lokesh is Master’s student in Information Assurance at Northeastern University, Boston. He has more than 4 years of experience in System hardening, Network architecture assessments and web application penetration testing. During last summer, he was software security intern at Cigital, Inc. where he worked on various mobile and web application penetration testing projects. He actively participates in bug bounty programs and responsibly disclosed vulnerabilities to various companies. He is president of ISSA-Northeastern University student chapter and recipient of ISC2 Graduate research scholarship. For More Information Please Visit: – https://www.defcon.org/html/defcon-23/dc-23-index.html

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Hackers transformam crise econômica em isca para atacar consumidores

Hackers transformam crise econômica em isca para atacar consumidores

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Crescem emails falsos de cobrança ou cadastro de crédito negativo que contêm código malicioso para roubar informação ou capturar máquinas para botnet

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Hackers publicam anúncios de Viagra no site do grupo terrorista Isis

Hackers publicam anúncios de Viagra no site do grupo terrorista Isis

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Grupo dissidente do Anonymous chamado Ghost Sec também publicou um comunicado na página dos terroristas

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ISIS Moving To The Dark Web To Escape Hackers And Spread Its Message

ISIS Moving To The Dark Web To Escape Hackers And Spread Its Message

dark-web-isisShort Bytes: In order to protect its online operations from security agencies and hackers, and to propel its propaganda, ISIS is looking to find shelter in the Dark Web. It should be noted after the recent attacks on Paris, the terrorist group is facing more surveillance and cyberattacks.

The Islamic State terrorists are learning new tricks to hide their identities and protect their online forums. Reportedly, the militants are now turning to the dark web to protect their identity and spread their message in a safer way.

In the wake of the recent Paris attacks by ISIS terrorists, Anonymous hacker group launched a widespread cyberattack on ISIS Twitter accounts and online forums. Calling the #OpParis campaign their biggest till date, the hacktivists have been unable to unmask thousands of ISIS-affiliated Twitter handles.

The hacktivist group has also released 3 guides for the common people to hack, detect, and report ISIS Twitter accounts and websites.

Also read: How Belgians Trolled And Confused ISIS Terror Threats With Cat Pictures On Twitter

In order to protect its data and avoid surveillance of security agencies, ISIS is looking to take shelter in the “dark web”. For those who don’t know, dark web is the hidden part of the web that can be accessed using specialised anonymity software like Tor. Dark web provides an extra security layer to its users and is known to already host multiple illegal operations.

IBTimes UK has discovered links to the IS website on the dark web on the Telegram channels of ISIS. This website is a mirror website of the one seen on the surface web.

Talking to IBT, security expert Scot Terban tells that the creators of the website have made some “rookie stupid” mistakes and left it vulnerable to attacks. Some content of the website is also embedded from the surface web, so if a visitor clicks on them he/she will reveal the true identity.

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This move is also inspired by the fact that Telegram has started to block the ISIS-related channels and attempted to block the ISIS-related activities on Twitter.

It should be noted that use of hidden services and encryption has “inspired” the intelligence agencies to blame the need of encryption. While encryption technologies are being blamed for making us more unsafe, it should be noted that the same techniques are used at multiple occasions to improve our security.

Add your views about the issue in the comments below.

Also read: Your Stolen/Hacked Identity is Sold Just For $ 1 in The Dark Web

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ISIS Hackers Post A “Wanted To Be Killed” List Of U.S. Officials

ISIS Hackers Post A “Wanted To Be Killed” List Of U.S. Officials

isis-hacker-usShort Bytes: The ISIS hackers, calling themselves the “Islamic State Cyber Army,” have used Twitter to post the names and addresses of employees of the FBI, the CIA, the National Guard, the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency etc. The Twitter accounts posting these threats have now been suspended.

The ISIS-affiliated hackers have taken the Twitter-route to post a list of “wanted to be killed” U.S. government officials. This list includes the names of former and current officials of the States government.

According to Vocative, the hackers, calling themselves the “Islamic State Cyber Army,” posted the names and addresses of employees of the FBI, the CIA, the National Guard, the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, the National Counterterrorism Center, and other government agencies.

Apart from those who served in the US, ISIS hackers posted the U.S. military personnel who served in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, and Qatar in the past.

This list was posted on Saturday and Sunday, and hackers called this a retaliation of the recent Anonymous attack that unmasked the Twitter accounts of ISIS and online forums.

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“We will spy on you and leak your (information) and take your money. Yours and your families’ information and secrets are not secure anymore,” ISIS said in a video uploaded on a now-suspended Twitter account.

On another Twitter account, the “hackers of the Islamic States” said, “expect us tomorrow at 7 p.m Mecca time.”

It should be noted that in the wake of Paris attacks, the hacktivist group Anonymous has launched a series on cyberattacks on ISIS Twitter accounts and online forums. In response, ISIS has called these activities futile and tagged the Anonymous hackers as idiots.

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