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samedi 31 mars 2012

17-year-old hacker arrested for KPN-hack by Dutch goverment

The High Tech Crime Team of the National Crime Squad in the Netherlands has arrested a 17-year-old boy on suspicion of hacking into KPN.
The 17-year-old is suspected of hacking at KPN held on 16 January. He was arrested last Tuesday. The police seized a encrypted computer, two laptops and data carriers. During the hack the hacker obtained access to hundreds of servers from KPN. Possibly because of poor security of the company itself. There was controversy when details were published on the Internet, but these were from another hack, namely shop

The boy used the aliases xS, and Yui Yoshioka. On a chat channel of Korean students he would have bragged about the digital intrusion. The cyber team followed him for weeks on the internet. The boy is therefore suspected of hacking the Tokohu University in Japan, the University of Trondheim in Norway and the KAIST in Korea.

#Anonymous Message to #HomelandSecurity

Greetings Homeland Security, we are Anonymous.
It’s been fun hasn’t it? These games we’ve played.
As you have seen, we the people veto the power grab of corporations and agencies over the internet.
We have read your blueprints, we know that your masters will not relent in their quest for complete power.
It may interest you to know that those you serve are multinational, their loyalty is only to power and profit, they are using you as pawns.
As we speak they have disregarded the will of the people and are forcing through several Acts that will fill the purposes of SOPA.

mardi 28 février 2012

Android Reverse Engineering (A.R.E.) Virtual Machine available

The Honeynet Project is happy to announce the release of the Android Reverse Engineering (A.R.E.) Virtual Machine.
Do you need to analyze a piece of Android malware, but dont have all your analysis tools at hand? The Android Reverse Engineering (A.R.E.) Virtual Machine, put together by Anthony Desnos from our French chapter, is here to help. A.R.E. combines the latest Android malware analysis tools in a readily accessible toolbox.
Tools currently found on A.R.E. are:
  • Androguard
  • Android sdk/ndk
  • APKInspector
  • Apktool
  • Axmlprinter
  • Ded
  • Dex2jar
  • DroidBox
  • Jad
  • Smali/Baksmali
You can download A.R.E. for free from

jeudi 23 février 2012

Gmail & Yahoo India emails will be monitored by the force of the govermental law

Looks like the Government Of India is really after the digital communication in India. Internet content providers Yahoo, Gmail and others would be asked to route all emails accesed in India through the country even if the mail account is registered outside the country. In a written statement filed in a civil court here, Yahoo India has dubbed a suit filed against it and several other websites alleging that they hosted objectionable content as “motivated” and an “abuse of the process of law.”

How to Remove Your Google Search History Before Google's New Privacy Policy Takes Effect

 It is important to note that disabling Web History in your Google account will not prevent Google from gathering and storing this information and using it for internal purposes.

On March 1st, Google will implement its new, unified privacy policy, which will affect data Google has collected on you prior to March 1st as well as data it collects on you in the future.