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Do You Give The Wrong Guys A Chance? | romancescams | #scams

If you’ve ever vacillated between being “too picky” and spending time with men you don’t like, check out this Love U Podcast. In it, I tell the story of two […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Pa. man shot at wrong house over botched drug deal, killing sleeping teacher: cops | #teacher | #children | #kids | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

It was a case of mistaken identity turned deadly. The suspect in the shooting death of a sleeping teacher tells police he was shooting at the wrong house. The accused […] View full post on National Cyber Security

#deepweb | George Pyle: Lee deeply wrong about the ‘deep state’

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans It can be difficult for normal people to know when to trust the government and when not to. It can be even more confusing to figure out when to trust Mike Lee. The senior senator from the great state of Utah has, on occasion, stood up […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

EBR 063: When Texting Goes WRONG With Your Ex…

When it comes to getting an ex boyfriend back one of the most asked questions that we get is, How do I text him? And if you are pretty familiar with our site you would know that I have put together quite a few guides over the years detailing exactly what to do. Read More….

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Episode 45: Is there a Right and a Wrong Way to STEAM?

Keep up with all new episodes! Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.  Love this episode?  Please consider providing a review!   Recently, I’ve been noticing more and more people who are jumping onto the STEAM train.  People are excited and getting inspired by all of the possibilities that STEAM affords us.  This is absolutely fantastic!  I’m never going to put down anything or anyone that is trying to turn the classroom around with STEAM. This even goes for […]

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One Big Thing Tinder CEO Sean Rad Says Everyone Gets Wrong

FAST COMPANY – Jan 13 – “People think Tinder went public and I’m a billionaire,” says CEO Sean Rad. Read More….

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Hacker/troll “weev” was charged in the wrong federal court – say The Third US Circuit Court of Appeals

A federal appeals court Friday reversed and vacated the conviction and sentence of hacker and Internet troll Andrew “weev” Auernheimer.

The case against Auernheimer, who has often been in solitary confinement for obtaining and disclosing personal data of about 140,000 iPad owners from a publicly available AT&T website, was seen as a test case on how far the authorities could go under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), the same law that federal prosecutors were invoking against Aaron Swartz.

Auernheimer was accused of passing along the e-mail addresses to Gawker, which thereafter published the information in redacted form in 2010. Auernheimer was convicted in a New Jersey federal court of a felony under the CFAA for conspiracy to access AT&T’s servers against the company’s will.

The government argued that the New Jersey court was a proper venue for the case because 4,500 e-mail addresses were obtained from residents there. The authorities claimed that even if the venue was improper, is should be disregarded because it did “not affect substantial rights.”
The court disagreed and suggested that Auernheimer’s home state of Arkansas, where the alleged illegal activity took place, was the proper location for trial

Auernheimer’s  helped co-defendant Daniel Spitler who discovered a security vulnerability in the website used to register iPad users who signed up for AT&T’s 3G service. A script on AT&T’s servers would accept an iPad’s ICC-ID—a unique identifier embedded in the device’s microSIM card—and return that user’s e-mail address. Spitler figured out that ICC-IDs come in a predictable range, allowing him to enumerate the tens of thousands of them and obtain the corresponding e-mail addresses. And Auernheimer was accused of providing Spitler with advice and encouragement over IRC, and later disclosed the information Spitler obtained to the media.

Spitler pleaded guilty and was sentenced in January to three years probation.

While the court would not resolve whether Auernheimer’s conduct was illegal, it commented that “no evidence was advanced at trial” that “any password gate or other code-based barrier” was breached.
A day before his sentencing, Auernheimer commented last year that his only “regret is being nice enough to give AT&T a chance to patch before dropping the dataset to Gawker. I won’t nearly be as nice next time.”

Now Auernheimer is waiting to listen his charges when the right court will be chosen for him against his crime.

Source: http://whogothack.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/hackertroll-weev-was-charged-in-wrong.html#.Vjvrdvmqqko

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18 Struggles of Meeting the Right Person at the Wrong Time

Meeting the person of your dreams doesn’t always mean things are going to go the way you want—especially when the timing is all wrong. There are times in life when you just step back from a situation, shake your head incredulously, and whisper to yourself, “Why now? Read More….

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Government has cyber security in wrong hands

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Retail giants aren’t the only target of hackers who infiltrate computer systems to gain access to sensitive information. The federal government also falls victim, such as recently when the Obama administration revealed that 21.5 million people were affected by a breach at the Office of Personnel Management. Social Security numbers and other records were stolen, and likely anyone given a government background check in the last 15 years was affected. That’s disturbing, both because it happened and because of the ease with which the hackers were able to circumvent government security measures, cyber security expert Michael J. Daugherty says. “The government is quick to criticize security breaches and weaknesses in the private sector, but isn’t able to shore up its own weaknesses,” says Daugherty, author of the book “The Devil Inside the Beltway: The Shocking Expose of the U.S. Government’s Surveillance and Overreach into Cybersecurity, Medicine and Small Business” (www.michaeljdaugherty.com). The U.S. Government Accountability Office conducted a review this year that concluded government computers, and those of contractors that work for the government, face “an evolving array of cyber-based threats.” “These threats can be unintentional – for example, from equipment failure, careless or poorly trained employees – or intentional,” the […]

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Simply lengthy wrong passwords bypass Android 5.x lockscreen; PIN & Pattern Safe

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

According to one of their recent discoveries, there’s a bug that affects 21 percent of Android devices in use and it basically allows anyone to unlock your password-protected device by bypassing the lock screen with an extremely lengthy password. In August, it committed a patch to resolve the issue and on September 9th, announced that the 5.1.1 build LMY48M had fixed the issue. After inserting the long string into the window, the hacker then open the camera from the locked device and swipes down for more options menu and pastes the characters in the resulting password prompt. Copy and paste a lengthy string into the password field, and it is possible to crash the lockscreen and gain access to the phone or tablet. Once Android restores itself after the crash, an attacker should have access to the device’s normal home screen. You can see the step by step guide over on the University of Texas security blog, and check out the proof of concept video below. Just replace your password with a PIN, pattern lock, or fingerprint unlock, and you should be fine. The same build number handled the Stagefright vulnerability in Android devices. After the attack the hacker then […]

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