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Life is Beautiful.....

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FBI Paid Third-Party Hackers to Decrypt iPhone, Not Cellebrite

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at 11:16FBI Paid Third-Party Hackers to Decrypt iPhone, Not Cellebrite
  • Whoever this hacker is, he will be targeted by their peers. Of course, no great hacker in the world will work for government. In this case, besides FBI claimed that this is not Cellebrite, the Israeli company, public already know that whatever the ...
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  • 05/25/16 17:24: (by Sergey Zacepin)
  • 05/26/16 08:02: (by Glen)
  • 05/26/16 08:07: (by Renzo)

Top tags: hacker, government, FBI, mind, hackers in world.



Life is Beautiful.....

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Stingray surveillance device questions prompt federal privacy complaint

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at 13:41Stingray surveillance device questions prompt federal privacy complaint
  • So the Canadian follow their US counterpart by suing the RCMP, et al. because they are using Stingray to tap into anyone in Canada. Of course the only answer they got was "we can neither confirm nor deny it". Typical ...
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  • 04/13/16 13:53: (by Glen)
  • 05/25/16 17:19: (by Sergey Zacepin)
  • 05/26/16 07:59: (by Glen)

Top tags: US, federal, Canada, Canadian, Stingray.



Life is Beautiful.....

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EU privacy watchdogs raise concerns over US data pact - Reuters

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at 11:25EU privacy watchdogs raise concerns over US data pact - Reuters
  • But U.S. agencies can still collect data in bulk and use it for six purposes, including counterterrorism or cybersecurity. In other words, the safe harbor policy is completely crap ola, and about to be replaced with TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and ...

Top tags: US, safe, crap, EU, terrorism.

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Deep Web Secrecy and Security (aka How to Defeat the NSA and Other Snoopers) (D

Wednesday, July 10, 2013 at 00:46
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  • Deep Web Secrecy and Security is a MUST READ guide to protecting yourself against Big Brother for novice and expert alike, says the hacktivist group Anonymous. "Clearly written by one who is both knowledgeable about the workings of the internet and ...
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  • 03/14/16 22:30: (by Catman)
  • 05/24/16 08:51: (by ZenoTheHunter)

Top tags: NSA, experts, law enforcement, commercial, hacktivist group.

Privacy and Security Articles
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Article: The Uses of Computer Privacy Software

Friday, August 05, 2011 at 14:27
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  • These days we can do everything online from paying utility bills, to shopping to even buying car! In order to stay competitive each and every business is investing on its online front and improving, so that everything can be done online. However, ...
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  • 05/24/16 06:20: (by Catman)

Top tags: car, risk, potential, advantage, buying car.

Privacy and Security Articles
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Article: A Culture of Security in Beijing

Friday, August 05, 2011 at 14:27
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  • Before I went on to Beijing, I already knew that China already has this reputation for being very strict. It seems to me that this is already a product of the strict upbringing Chinese people have had since they were little kids. This culture of ...
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  • 05/24/16 06:16: (by Catman)

Top tags: government, security, China, Chinese, kids.



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Warrantless Search On Yahoo! Mail Dropped

Saturday, May 08, 2010 at 15:15
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  • Over the last few months, privacy on email accounts were being compromised by either hackers or by government officials trying to access the email accounts for investigations. Read the complete article ...
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  • 05/23/16 02:57: (by Catman)

Top tags: hacker, government, US, privacy, Google.



New York

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Wikileaks: Nuclear Reprisal on Bin Laden's Death

Friday, August 12, 2011 at 13:59
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  • A week before the raid in Pakistan that killed the world's most wanted man, Osana bin Laden, the whistle-blowing, document sharing website WikiLeaks posted documents that if taken seriously, could be the greatest threat to American security. Read ...
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  • 05/23/16 00:40: (by Catman)

Top tags: US, security, threats, documents, United States.


Shenzhen, Earth

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TanGreat, Yes, We are Jammer Expert!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009 at 03:37
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TanGreat, Yes, We are Jammer Expert!
  • Make your cell phone sleeping, deep sleeping, is our ...
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  • 05/22/16 22:01: (by Catman)



Life is Beautiful.....

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Can Police Protect Their Drones From Hackers?

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at 19:33Can Police Protect Their Drones From Hackers?
  • Yes and no. The chance are similar to today where hacker can break FBI or CIA or any other government computer. The issue is whether police can afford good cyber security expert. Judging from the look of it, it's not impossible, but only a handful ...
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  • 05/22/16 19:44: (by Sergey Zacepin)
  • 05/22/16 19:46: (by Renzo)

Top tags: hacker, FBI, police, CIA, security expert.

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