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Hackers can take a hidden test to become mid-grade officers in the US Army’s Cyber Command

Hackers can take a hidden test to become mid-grade officers in the US Army’s Cyber CommandSource: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans As cyberattacks on the US become commonplace, disorienting, and potentially damaging to the US’s fundamental infrastructure, the US Army’s Cyber Command reached out to civilian hackers in a language they could understand — hidden hacking puzzles online. In the opening sequence of a Go Army commercial […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

School Lunch Shaming: A ‘Hidden’ Type of Bullying for Latino Kids

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ The classic bully takes a kid’s lunch money. But a new type of bully—”school lunch shaming,” when a student has no money for lunch to begin with—is on the upswing in …

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Hidden Cobra hackers target U.S. with DeltaCharlie malware

more information on sonyhack from leading cyber security expertsSource: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans A new alert from the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team warns that the North Korean hacking team Hidden Cobra is targeting U.S. media, aerospace, financial and critical infrastructure sectors with botnet-related malware. The US-CERT warning comes from the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI, […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

720P H.264 HD Spy Bluetooth Earphone with Hidden Camera Black

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Hackers could use hidden mal-audio to attack Google Now

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Scientists say pseudo artificial intelligence, machine learning interfaces like Amazon’s Alexa and Google Now, can be easily hacked through bogus voice commands. There’s a fabulous story about a slew of Amazon Echo devices that took it upon themselves to order …

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Understanding Hidden Threats: Rootkits and Botnets

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

What are rootkits and botnets? A rootkit is a piece of software that can be installed and hidden on your computer without your knowledge. It may be included in a larger software package or installed by an attacker who has been able to take advantage of a vulnerability on your computer or has convinced you […]

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Don’t Trust Your IT Department – Hidden Camera Mini Spy

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Hidden cellphone apps could cover up photos, videos

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Hidden cellphone apps could cover up photos, videos

Pictures can go everywhere, easily, thanks to technology most Americans are walking around with every day: cellphones. More than 100 students in Colorado school district are learning that the hard way as some face felony charges in a sexting ring. According to authorities, hundreds of nude photos of teenagers as young as 13 were exchanged. The investigation uncovered a group of phone applications known as photo vaults. Also known as ghost apps, they appear to be regular applications, like a calculator, but can hide photos and videos behind passwords instead. To check if your teenager has one downloaded to their phone search for “photo vault” or “picture locker” in their app store. If it says “next” to get to the next result, the application hasn’t been downloaded; if it says “open,” it’s already somewhere on their phone. Child development expert Lina Acosta-Sandaal of The Nest Miami recommends being upfront about phone use from the start. “When you hand them the phone for the first time you say, ‘I’m going to look through this phone whenever I want.’” She also tells parents to have conversations with them once they have the phones. Mother Lisa Semoy agrees with this advice: with two […]

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Google kept the Heartbleed Bug hidden from Government

As the Heartbleed bug has been over-rated as thousands of websites were vulnerable to the exploit. Heartbleed might be one of the most famous bugs which have been over-rated  and the most famous exploit ever discovered till now but the researchers which found this exploit didn’t revealed it to the world.

In the days of discovery of the bug , Different companies are working on its patch as its a serious bug which should be patched before the site is exploited , Oracle is working on Heartbleed bug fixes as we have heard.

Including big companies websites and other hundreds of website are vulnerable to Heartbleed bug and the companies have warned its customers about the bug exploitation and Oracle is working on its patches.

According to the report published by Sydney Morning Herald , NSA was blamed that NSA knew about the Heartbleed bug from a long time but they didn’t leaked it.

After Bloomberg article was published last week, the agency spokesman Vanee told the Time Magzine that,  “NSA was not aware of the recently identified vulnerability in OpenSSL, the so-called Heartbleed vulnerability, until it was made public in a private-sector cybersecurity report. Reports that say otherwise are wrong.”

The Google security researcher Neel Mehta discovered the Heartbleed bug on March 21 or before as SMH reported and by the evening the company created a patch for the vulnerability, The NSA too discovered the vulnerability.

“Eliminating the vulnerabilities — ‘patching’ them — strengthens the security of US government, critical infrastructure, and other computer systems,” the group urged President Barack Obama.

The mos interesting thing is that when Google discovered the Heartbleed vulnerability on March 21 so they even patched this vulnerability till the evening.

Source: http://whogothack.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/google-kept-heartbleed-bug-hidden-from.html#.ViqI-_mqqko

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The hidden lab where bankcards are hacked

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Decoding PIN numbers and credit cards can bring criminal groups vast wealth. Paul Marks visits a secret facility where one financial giant is fighting back – by trying to hack their own products. It couldn’t get any more steampunk if it tried: a wooden robot hisses like an airbrake as a blast of compressed air shoves its arm sideways, sending a credit card attached to it clattering through a card reader. The machine then hisses again and yanks the card back, ready for yet another swipe. This pneumatic push-me-pull-you routine is comically hypnotic to watch – and it continues until someone decides its task is complete. This wheezing automaton is no museum exhibit, however. It has a key job in pre- and post-crime forensics at payment firm MasterCard’s digital security lab in the north of England. This is where MasterCard’s engineers try to work out how thieves will attack the vast array of digital payment systems we all use today – whether they are old-style magnetic stripe credit cards, contactless chip-and-PIN debit cards, smartphone-based biometric systems like Apple Pay – or even upcoming wearables that will use novel biometrics like your heartbeat pattern for payment authentication. To do this, the Mastercard DigiSec […]

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