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Maine turns blind eye to child abuse

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Brit hardware hacker turns Raspberry Pi Zeros into selfie slayers

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Brit hardware hacker turns Raspberry Pi Zeros into selfie slayers

Kiwicon Hipsters and selfie addicts beware: infosec man Steve Lord has crafted a tool designed to sever your line of addiction to Instagram by quietly blocking it over public Wi-Fi. The British security bod built the Raspberry Pi Zero-powered “hipster slayer” out of nothing more than off-the-shelf components and “questionable life choices.” The gizmo will continually deny people’s attempts to connect to Instagram and other social media vanity sites. It works by sniffing for DNS lookups on open wireless networks, and when it detects someone trying to access a hated website, special networking frames are sent to the person’s PC or handheld instructing it to immediately leave the network. The vast majority of devices comply with these orders. It is exceptionally effective at selfie-drenched “music” festivals and coffee shops. Lord (@stevelord) says the tool will feature in his presentation at the Kiwicon conference in Wellington, New Zealand, next week. The Wi-Fi-blocking gadget is among a bunch of gizmos he’s crafted and dubbed the Internet of Wrongs; they are designed “solely to antagonise people.” “It powers up from a battery and looks for DNS records on open wireless networks that meet target keywords and deauths the client when it finds a […]

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Vanderbilt Hate Crime Turns Out To Be Blind Girl’s Dog’s Poop

Campus racism is so hot right now all the pc bros and social justice warriors are out here denouncing everything. There are anti-racism protests everywhere. Of course most of them are based on fake racism allegations, but that doesn’t matter, bro, there are racists and what are you doing to stand up to them right now? They hate racism more than you, bro. You’re so racist you don’t even know how to spell patriarchy.

The latest school to trump up fake racism like Mizzou and try to get attention for it?

My own double alma mater, Vanderbilt University.

Motivated by the fake protest at Mizzou, Vandy decided they needed to have their own anti-racism protest.

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Man sought in credit card fraud turns himself in

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Man sought in credit card fraud turns himself in

Tips helped Biloxi police arrest a man suspected of credit card fraud Friday shortly after they asked for assistance, officials said. Police credited a story at SunHerald.com with the quick identification of the two. Matthew Ross Grayson, 21, turned himself in to Biloxi police and was arrested on a charge of felony credit card fraud. He was taken to the Harrison County jail on a $10,000 bond. Investigator Brock Newell said Grayson and another person were identified 45 minutes after the story went online. The two were being sought after a credit card was fraudulently used. Its owner had lost it Oct. 17 in Gulfport. The other person is believed to have fled the state, Newell said. “The victim isn’t sure exactly where he lost the card,” Newell said. “The suspects just found it and charged a bunch of stuff right away.” Source: http://www.sunherald.com/news/local/crime/article41926527.html

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Authorities: Man kills 16-year-old girl, turns gun on himself

Authorities have identified the 16-year-old girl who was found shot to death Thursday inside a Lynnwood home.

The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office identified Kandra B. Tan as the victim of what is believed to be a murder-suicide. The body of 33-year-old Liheang Ho was also found inside the home.

The Medical Examiner’s Office says Tan was shot several times in the abdomen. Ho, an Everett resident, then shot himself in the abdomen. His death was ruled a suicide.

A family member discovered the two bodies inside the home on 202nd Street Southwest at about 3 p.m. Thursday and called 911.

Police responded, but it took several hours before a search warrant was obtained.

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As Hackers Increasingly Target The Cloud, Rackspace Turns To Military Vet With Cyberwar Experience

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

LONDON — In the dead of night, two Navy SEALs and a former military officer glide toward a U.S. military facility, water lapping quietly against the side of their canoe. Suddenly two navy boats gun their motors as they pass the trio, but they fail to spot the group attempting to break into the secure facility. This is the kind of operation the former officer, Brian Kelly, handled for a few years as a special ops consultant for the U.S. government, to identify gaps in security. (In fact, no one spotted him that night in 2014, and he was able to penetrate the facility, resulting in the firing of a soldier found asleep on the job.) The skill set landed him just a few months later at cloud computing company Rackspace as its chief security officer, using his stealth and smarts to protect the data of the firm’s 300,000 customers. Now he’s facing unprecedented attacks on an entirely new battlefront: the cloud. A recent report says 87 percent of organizations are making use of cloud infrastructure while research firm IDC is predicting cloud infrastructure spending will rise to more than $33 billion in 2015, accounting for a third of all information technology spending. As evidenced by the Dell-EMC megamerger this week, the future of computing is in the cloud, […]

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Bethlehem doctor turns himself in on child sexual abuse charges

An emergency room doctor who lives in Bethlehem turned himself in Wednesday on charges he sexually abused two children over a three-year span.

Vamsimadhav Korrapati, 41, of the 300 block of Valley Park South, was charged Friday with two felony counts each of indecent assault of a person under age 13, corruption of minors and endangering the welfare of children.

Korrapati, accompanied by attorney Philip Lauer, appeared on the charges before District Judge James Narlesky in Hanover Township, Northampton County. Authorities say that’s where the crimes took place from November 2011 to May 2014.

Police say Korrapati knew the two children, who provided statements of the alleged abuse to agents with Northampton County Children and Youth.

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Delta State shoots kills 2, turns gun on himself

Classes are canceled Tuesday and a vigil is scheduled at Delta State University after a geography teacher’s shooting spree left three people dead, including an assistant history professor.

Shannon Lamb, 45, apparently shot his live-in girlfriend in Gautier, Miss., early Monday, then drove 300 miles before confronting and killing Ethan Schmidt in his Delta State office, reports USA TODAY.

Lamb was then seen driving through Greenville, Miss., where officers tried to pull him over. According to the report, Lamb got out of the vehicle and fled on foot. “Police heard a shot and shortly thereafter found Lamb with an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, Cleveland Police Chief Charles Bingham said.

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Macon woman wanted on credit card fraud charges turns herself in

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

A medical office worker from Macon who was being sought on credit card fraud charges turned herself in at the Bibb County jail Wednesday. Melissa Dyan Zediker, 44, arrested twice already in recent weeks for allegedly stealing an estimated $170,000 from doctors’ offices she worked at, had been out on bond. The new charges against her, 200 counts of credit card fraud, were brought last Thursday. According to the new allegations, she used a credit card from OrthoGeorgia, one of her former employers, to run up an estimated $80,000 in charges. Source: http://www.macon.com/news/local/crime/article34467387.html

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Sunbury Neighbourhood Watch group turns to social media to combat crime

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The group last week launched Facebook and Twitter pages and will also partner community initiatives such as Safe Plate Days and other awareness campaigns in shopping centres, schools and sporting clubs. Co-ordinator Ben Riley said the Neighbourhood Watch still had an important role despite the demise of dozens of groups over the last decade. TELL US: Are you part of a Neighbourhood Watch team? Does your group use social media? “With technology increasing so quickly, especially social media, the days of a once-a-month committee meeting in a hall is probably over,” he said. “Our group will have an active Twitter and Facebook presence and here we will be updating the public on police investigations or where the public may be able to assist. “Meetings can be run electronically and I’d really like to see enthusiastic people who want to get involved in the community get on board.” Mr Riley, who has lived in Sunbury for four years, said he wanted to live in a community where people were interested in their neighbours and kept an eye out for their community. “I just like the idea of assisting­ police, there are only so many coppers and there are a lot of […]

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