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Posted by: | on January 2, 2020
#cyberfraud | #cybercriminals | Fraud scams continue to evolve — BBB tells you what to look out for – The Advocate-Messenger
Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Grandparents have quite a soft spot in their hearts for their grandbabies, no matter the age of those “babies.” Maybe this is why the “grandparents scam” call seems to never go away. Lately, people have been reporting a “resurgence” of the scam call, where someone calls […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com
Posted by: | on July 25, 2017
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Posted by: | on May 8, 2017
According to reports by German Newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung, the telco said that some of its customers had money taken out of the bank accounts using a two-part attack that exploits vulnerabilities in the Signalling System 7 protocol. This is a protocol that allows telecoms companies to send text messages from one network to another. It also allows users to make …
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Posted by: | on November 4, 2016
The devastated family of Zuzu Renee Verk, a 22-year-old college student who mysteriously vanished in North Texas three weeks ago, is desperately seeking information on her whereabouts.
“Someone knows something,” Verk’s mother, Lori Verk, told The Huffington Post. “We just want to find her. For God’s sakes, someone speak up and tell us where to find our daughter.”
Zuzu Verk, a student at Sul Ross State University in Alpine, has been missing since Oct. 12. Police have named her boyfriend, Robert Fabian, 25, a suspect in her disappearance and say he is not cooperating in the investigation.
Lori Verk said her daughter was last seen on Oct.
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Posted by: | on January 30, 2015
Former high school teacher charged with rape ‘for having sex with at least two students including in her classroom’ Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2930699/Former-high-school-teacher-charged-rape-having-sex-two-students-including-classroom.html#ixzz3QEeio6u3 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter
parentsecurityonline.com – A former Oklahoma teacher has been charged with rape for allegedly having sex with at least two of her students last year. Laura Cowan, 35, of Frederick, was charged last Wednesday with three count…
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Posted by: | on July 24, 2014
Jailed hacker Andres Fernando Sepulveda was transferred to a bunker of Colombia’s Prosecutor General’s Office from his prison cell over matters of security, Colombian media reported on Wednesday. Sepulveda had been incarcerated in a special unit at
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Posted by: | on May 22, 2012
Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications and uses a modified version of the Linux kernel. 60,000 cell phones with Android are shipping every day. Android platform ranks as the fourth most popular smartphone device-platform in the United States as of February 2010.
To date, very little has been discussed regarding rootkits on mobile devices. Android forms a perfect platform for further investigation due to its use of the Linux kernel and the existence of a very established body of knowledge regarding kernel-level rootkits in Linux.
We have developed a kernel-level Android rootkit in the form of a loadable kernel module. As a proof of concept, it is able to send an attacker a reverse TCP over 3G/WIFI shell upon receiving an incoming call from a ‘trigger number’. This ultimately results in full root access on the Android device. This will be demonstrated (live).
The implications of this are huge; an attacker can proceed to read all SMS messages on the device/incur the owner with long-distance costs, even potentially pin-point the mobile device’s exact GPS location. Such a rootkit could be delivered over-the-air or installed alongside a rogue app. Our talk will take participants down this path of development, describing how the PoC was written and laying the foundations for our research to be taken further.
Nicholas J. Percoco is the head of SpiderLabs at Trustwave – the advanced security team that has performed more than 700 cyber forensic investigations globally, thousands of penetration and application security tests for Trustwave clients. In addition, his team is responsible for the security research that feeds directly into Trustwave’s products through real-time intelligence gathering. He has more than 15 years of information security experience. Nicholas acts as the lead security advisor to many of Trustwave’s premier clients by assisting them in making strategic decisions around various security and compliance regimes. As a speaker, he has provided unique insight around security breaches and trends to public and private audiences throughout North America, South America, Europe, and Asia including security conferences such as Black Hat, DEFCON, SecTor and You Sh0t the Sheriff. Prior to Trustwave, Nicholas ran security consulting practices at both VeriSign and Internet Security Systems. Nicholas holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Illinois State University.
Christian Papathanasiou is a Security Consultant for Trustwave. He is part of SpiderLabs – the advanced security team at Trustwave responsible for incident response, penetration testing and application security tests for Trustwave’s clients. Christian’s research interests include Linux kernel rootkit/anti-rootkit technology, algorithmic trading and web application security. Christian holds a MSc with Distinction in Information Security from the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway, University of London and a CISSP. He has consulted internationally in the space/defense/commercial and financial sectors in all matters relating to Information Security. Christian is also a qualified Chemical Engineer having graduated with a MEng(Hons) in Chemical Engineering from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology.
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