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Finding A Convenient and Trusted Hookup Site Has Been Made Easier

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Top50hookupsites.com, a website providing honest and far-reaching reviews of hook up sites has recently been launched. Anyone, therefore, interested in finding a trusted hookup site can now find honest reviews of different sites before finally making up his mind. In …

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College Board Makes it Easier for Students With Disabilities to Get Accommodations – On Special Education – Education Week

Most students whose IEPs call for testing accommodations will have those same accommodations approved when they’re taking the SAT or Advanced Placement tests.

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Are Some Credit Report Errors Easier to Fix?

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If you’re staring at an error on your credit report, you’ll be happy to know that you can file a dispute with the credit bureaus to have it removed. But be aware: Some errors are easier to resolve than others. How Credit Report Disputes Work The Fair Credit Reporting Act entitles all consumers to dispute […]

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Online Dating Makes The ‘Kids’ Talk Easier

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Hacking A Phone’s GPS May Have Just Got Easier

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One of the drawbacks of our increasingly connected world is the proliferation of new wireless connections to hack. More worrying is when hackers finding cheaper and more accessible ways to exploit those vulnerabilities. For some time it’s been possible to spoof the location of a smartphone or any other device that is connected to a global position system (GPS), but to do so required a sophisticated and often expensive GPS emulator that can cost thousands of dollars. Now a team of researchers at Chinese Internet security firm Qihoo 360 claim they’ve found a way to make a GPS emulator that can falsify the GPS location of smartphones and in-car navigation systems, more cheaply. (Qihoo’s researchers famously hacked a Tesla Model S last year, taking control of the car’s lock, horn and flashing lights.) Lead researcher Lin Huang, who will be the first Chinese woman to present at the Defcon security conference later today, says her team used common software-defined radio (SDR) tools to create their module and software. They also used open-source software found on Github that had come from researchers at a Chinese university and some of their own code. The SDR or radio tools that Huang used include HackRF, once described byForbes […]

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Your iPhone And iPad Just Got Easier Than Ever To Hack

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Devices that break into iPhones by brute-forcing passwords have been around since the iPhone was released, but iOS engineers developed countermeasures, including the latest: a nuclear option that wipes phone data if the wrong password is entered 10 times. But this clever (and insidious) $300 black-market IP Box has beaten that system by plugging directly into the phone, according to a post by security consultancy firm MDSec. The MDSec tinkerers believe that the IP Box gets around the auto-wipe by plugging into the lightning charging port and, if the password fails, instantly rebooting the phone before it can save that failed attempt into its flash memory. Perpetual rebooting extends the time it takes to find the right password to about 111 hours, but a wiped phone is far less useful to a potential hacker than one with user data intact. Below is the firm’s demonstration of the IP Box in action: MDSec used the IP Box to successfully crack phones running Apple iOS 8.1, and they will attempt to repeat the break-in on a phone running the latest iOS, 8.2, which was released weeks ago. MDSec theorizes that this method could be an automated exploit of a known issue, CVE-2014-4451, […]

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Easier Conference Calls With ‘Talk’ by AnyMeeting

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AnyMeeting is a communication startup that offers free web conferencing tools for online meetings and general conferencing needs. More recently, though, it has reached a new niche with the release of Talk: a free and simple to use service that allows the creation of conference calls with an extreme ease. Currently, conference calls can be a bit hard to get going, as it can be difficult to get everyone on the same page. Carriers that offer conferencing services often will limit the number of participants allowed on each conference call. Talk is really very easy to use – for starters, it does not require any registration whatsoever, by any of the members involved in the conference call. It just requires one of them to send an email, from any email account, to each and every participant in the call, as well as Talk’s email: talk@anymeeting.com. In fact, Talk is so easy to use that it also works with any calendar app or service allowing the invitation of other users, using the same method. Anyone can use Talk, as no registration is required. If privacy is a concern, know that your contact emails are never shared with others. When a user is invited, they receive an […]

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Hiring hackers is now even easier

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 Powered by Max Banner Ads  ATLANTA — In 2015, hacking is more than the just the cyber  espionage you hear about with Sony and Home Depot. Everyday people are hiring hackers. Now it’s easier than ever. Sometimes it’s legal and sometimes it’s not. “When you have situations like blackmail, or you’re being cyber extorted, or someone’s hacked into your corporate network and shutdown your website you need people like us,” said Hacker for Hire founder Greg Evans. After spending years on the criminal side of cyberspace, he’s now exclusively a hacker for legitimate purposes. However, he admits he’s received plenty of illegal requests. Several people ask him to hack into the credit bureaus or prison systems to clean up their records. “Around March, we’ll start getting a lot of people that ask, can you change my grades,” Evans said. While Evans won’t take those jobs, there are plenty of hackers willing to lend their services. Their legality, however, is questionable. Browsing hacker websites, where hackers sell their services like craisglist, you’ll find plenty of illegal requests. One person is offering $500 for every Gmail account someone can hack into. Another wants someone to hack into their “cheating husband’s” password. There’s […]

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Displaying images in Gmail may make malware delivery easier

  Google introduced image proxying to Gmail on Thursday to improve security and efficiency, but there is speculation that the feature may end up bringing more harm than good. The feature – available now on desktops and in early 2014 on Gmail mobile apps – ultimately displays all images embedded within emails so that users are […] View full post on Gregory d. evans