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Nasa Goddard Space Flight ...

A Romanian hacker with nick “TinKode” was hacked Nasa Goddard Space Flight Center. He also publish the screenshot “Proof of Concept” what he does to Nasa FTP files. A hacker who has a proven track record of targeting security holes and exposing vulnerabilities has struck again – this time at NASA and a server related to a satellite-based...

WordPress Dump Exposure

Hello FD,There appear to be multiple WordPress powered sites that are performing an DB->XML dumb of the articles and subsequent pages. The comments section includes originating IP address, datetime, E-Mail address, homepage, etc. These entities are traditionally not exposed to the anonymous Internet via WordPress. Since the XML dump is structured it’s...

Backtrack 5 Released May 1...

Yes, Finally latest Bactrack released “Backtrack 5”. As announced on its website http://www.backtrack-linux.org/ they release the Backtrack 5 May 10, 2011. So…what is Backtrack? I taken this below paragraph from backtrack-linux.org : “BackTrack is intended for all audiences from the most savvy security professionals to early newcomers to the...

Insecure Defaults Lead to ...

Description: A bug in Chinese video streaming software leads to mass open proxies on the web. Introduction A security blogger has uncoverd a flaw in the Chinese PPLive video streaming software. A new port, TCP port 9415, was appearing regularly on websites that list open proxies. Most of these open proxies were based in China. However, some were also based within...

Apple iPhone and iPad Cons...

Apple’s iPhone and iPad constantly track users’ physical location and store the data in unencrypted files that can be read by anyone with physical access to the device, computer researchers said. The file, which is stored on both the iOS device and any computers that store backups of its data, can be used to reconstruct a detailed snapshot of the user’s comings...

Google Wi-Fi Judge Asks if...

The question of whether Google is liable for damages for secretly intercepting data on open Wi-Fi routers across the United States is boiling down to the definition of a “radio communication.” That appears to be the legal theory embraced by the Silicon Valley federal judge presiding over nearly a dozen combined lawsuits seeking damages from Google for...

Suit settled, PS3 hacker d...

The hacker accused of violating US copyright law when he hacked the PlayStation 3 game console has donated $10,000 to the Electronic Frontier Foundation after Sony dropped the controversial lawsuit. George Hotz, aka GeoHot, announced the donation on Saturday, five days after he and Sony settled their legal tiff. Sony accused the 21-year-old of violating the Digital...

Wikileaks exposes Clinton&...

Hillary Clinton asked US diplomats to gather the passwords and encryption keys of top United Nations officials, as well as details of the private networks they use to communicate. In one of the most controversial of the first batch of embassy cables released by Wikileaks, she sought information that would be useful for cyber-espionage operations. The “National...

Companies fear cybercrime ...

External attacks from cybercriminals will soon pose a greater risk to the corporate world than insider threats, according to the results of a Cyber-Ark survey (PDF) released yesterday. Polling more than 1,400 IT staffers and top-level executives around the world, Cyber-Ark Software’s fifth annual “Trust, Security and Passwords” report tried to get a...

FBI Seized Domains for Ban...

The founders of three of the internet’s largest gambling sites have been indicted and charged with bank fraud, money laundering and illegal gambling offenses by US authorities. Eleven individuals have been charged in total by the US Department of Justice with running operations that violated the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006. Among those...

French hacker arrested aft...

A French hacker has effectually tied a noose around his own neck when he bragged about hacking into the systems of a big government contractor on national TV. He participated in a France 2 television program called “Complément d’enquête” (Further investigation), and he said – and demonstrated – that he has gained access to computers...

Facebook Has a Deal With B...

Is Facebook on the cusp of accessing the world’s largest Internet market? Rumors are flying around the net that Mark Zuckerberg has finally signed an agreement with Baidu to expand operations in China. He talked about it, he came to visit and now inside sources have told Sohu that the Facebook founder has signed a deal with the Internet giant to set up a new...

Exploit Database Error 503...

Today when I’m trying to looking for latest vulnerability from exploit-db.com, I was surprised because that site displayed error page. “Error 503 Service Unavailable“.I take this print screen at 16:15PM (GMT +8). AFAIK this “Error 503 Service Unavailable” means that this server was in a maintenance or it was overloading. Maybe if exploit...

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