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Elcomsoft Phone Breaker – TUTORIAL / REVIEW

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Elcomsoft Phone Breaker – TUTORIAL / REVIEW

Elcomsoft Phone Breaker is for iOS, Windows Phone and BlackBerries, it can crack the passwords set on backups and then crack the backup files and reveal all the sensitive info, such as passwords to your wifi accounts or your icloud

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BESE approves review of science standards – Education Week

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Parental Monitoring Apps and Cyberbullying – Our Review and Recommendations

Whenever Justin or I present to adult audiences, we are often asked to suggest parental monitoring software that moms and dads can install on their child’s devices to provide some sort of monitoring functionality. Some are interested in quickly being “in the know” if their son or daughter is being cyberbullied, so that they can help support and safeguard them in any way possible. Others are concerned that their teen might be having inappropriate conversations with an adult stranger, and seek to prevent physical victimization. Still other parents simply want to make sure that their kid is not looking at pornography – or, at least be in the know that it is happening so they can initiate some healthy conversations about it.

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Siren Dating App’s 2015 Year In Review

HUFFINGTON POST – Dec 31 – Siren, a female-friendly dating site that lets women be in control, launched in 2014. Durex approached Siren to partner in their campaign #Connect that went viral with ~37M views. Siren won Geekwire’s App of the Year, beating out Starbucks and Alaska Airlines. Read More….

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‘Hackers’ Blu-ray 20th Anniversary Edition Review: Angelina Jolie Hacks the 90s

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Hackers is the sort of film that was dated the minute it began production. From the music, to the costumes, to the tech, Hackers functions as a film of 1995 even more than something like Clueless, which is also celebrating its twentieth anniversary. That said the film, which has become a cult favorite, is thoroughly entertaining. Much of that may have to do with it now being a cultural artifact of what the culture thought computer hacking could or might be, but entertaining is entertaining. Jonny Lee Miller stars as Dade, who also goes by the hacker name of Zero Cool, and who starts the film being arrested for hacking at the age of eleven. Moving to New York with his mom, his ban from computers has finally been lifted, and of course he goes right back to hacking, coming in contact with the hacker “Acid Burn” online, and finds that he has competition. He also enrolls in school, where he quickly falls in with the hacker kids Joey (Jesse Bradford), Cereal (Matthew Lillard) and Phreak (Renoly Santiago), and quickly forms a love/hate relationship with Kate (Angelina Jolie) who is also a hacker. Joey is looking to prove himself and […]

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WA Working With Children review reveals more child sex offenders

MORE than 60 people with permission to work with WA kids have been banned in the past year after revelations they were dangerous — including sex offenders.

They were picked up in a review of Working With Children card holders, prompted by the “high volume of work” the Department of Children faces.

Bans were issued as “negative notices” for offences that could include possessing child pornography, indecent dealing with a child or other serious offences such as murder.

New applicants were also denied the cards, bringing the total number banned from working with kids in 2014-15 to 132. It was a record and almost double the previous year.

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Spotlight review – Catholic church child abuse film decently tells an awful story

“If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to abuse one,” is how one character here summarises the issues. This high-minded, well-intentioned movie, co-written and directed by Tom McCarthy, is about the Boston Globe’s investigative reporting team Spotlight, and its Pulitzer-winning campaign in 2001 to uncover widespread, systemic child abuse by Catholic priests in Massachusetts.

The film shows that in the close-knit, clubbably loyal and very Catholic city of Boston, no one had any great interest in breaking the queasy, shame-ridden silence that made the church’s culture of abuse possible, and even tentatively suggests that the Globe itself was one of the Read More

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Clergy sex abuse victims call for independent review of Milwaukee archdiocese abuse claims

MILWAUKEE — A group of clergy sexual abuse victims called Tuesday for an independent commission to investigate molestation accusations that are sealed as part of a bankruptcy case involving the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee.

The move comes a day after church lawyers formalized a $21 million settlement between nearly 400 abuse victims and the archdiocese. It advances a position the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests has held for years: that church officials shouldn’t be the first authorities to review clergy abuse reports.

Many of the abuse allegations have been made public as part of the case, but SNAP says outside investigators should have access to all the complaints to ensure that there aren’t children who are still at risk.

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Comprehensive review of law enforcement system crucial for countering criminals’ new strategies

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 Powered by Max Banner Ads Strong international, technological, political and social forces are changing the criminal challenge to Australia. The increasing use of cyberspace to perpetrate crime, the growing internationalisation of criminal networks, and the widening range of economic activities that can be exploited by criminals are leading this change. This means that the Australian Government will to need to take a greater role in law enforcement in the future. But so far, the Commonwealth’s responses to these challenges have been evolutionary, reactive or incremental. While they include excellent innovations, some change occurs because events make recent decisions redundant – a concern demonstrated in the recent major counterterrorism spending package. There are also questions about where national leadership is needed to meet these challenges, and whether our current responses, particularly to serious and organised crime, are still optimal. All our law enforcement agencies face important organisational challenges, especially in getting people with the right skills, sharing information and incorporating technology into their operations. An examination of these factors will show that it’s time for the federal cabinet to take a coordinated and strategic look at the government’s law enforcement responsibilities, starting with a review and leading to a white paper on […]

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Book Review: Andy Stanley’s Troubling Rules on Love, Sex, and Dating

As I stumble through the awkward limbo of single, yet soon-to-be-married, I’ve tried to read every resource tagged within the “marriage,” “love,” and “relationships” genre. This, and the fact that I was desperate to escape the zillions of online articles dissecting 50 Shades of Grey from every possible angle (though I’m grateful for their messages), prompted me to download a copy of Pastor Andy Stanley’s new book on romantic relationships to my Kindle. Read More….

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