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British Hacker Gary McKinnon Fears Guantanamo

I don’t know what he was thinking really, tampering with US military or governmental systems without some SERIOUS protection. A British man accused of being behind the largest ever hack of US government computer networks could end up at Guantanamo Bay, his lawyer has claimed. Gary McKinnon, from London, denies causing $700,000 (£400,000) damage to […]

Topic: Hacking News, Legal Issues

CIA Employees Identified Online

Pretty Scary eh? Although some people do call them the Central Lack-of Intelligence Agency. Privacy is a major issue and well people should be a little more careful about what they reveal online, perhaps I’ll rehash my old Google Hacking Presentation and write it up as a post for Darknet. I guess it would be […]

Topic: Hacking News, Privacy

Google Safe Browsing Extension for Firefox & Netcraft Toolbar – Anti-Phishing

I remember some time back Netcraft developed an anti-phishing toolbar for Internet Explorer Exploder and Firefox. You can check it out here: Netcraft Toolbar Protect your savings from Phishing attacks. See the hosting location and Risk Rating of every site you visit. Help defend the Internet community from fraudsters. Then recently Google has come out […]

Topic: Phishing, Security Software

Google has no license for China service

Internet search giant Google Inc.’s controversial expansion into China now faces possible trouble with regulators after a Beijing newspaper said its new Chinese-language platform does not have a license. The Beijing News reported on Tuesday that Google.cn, the company’s recently launched service that accommodates the China’s censorship demands, “has not obtained the ICP (Internet content […]

Topic: Web Hacking

Google’s Defense of Privacy – Tells Feds to BACK OFF

Google has offered multiple reasons why it shouldn’t have to comply with a Justice Department subpoena. One is privacy. An excerpt: If Google is forced to compromise its privacy principles and produce to the Government on such a flimsy request, its search query and URL data, Google will, without a doubt, suffer a loss of […]

Topic: Privacy

Dumbest Thief Ever Busted by E-mail Habit

Sheriff Brian Rahn said the man made coffee, cooked and ate meals, took showers, picked out a change of clothes, watched television and checked his e-mail during the burglaries. He left behind valuables, including jewelry, firearms and electronic equipment, Rahn said. He also allegedly stole a car in the town of Wayne in the last […]

Topic: Hacking News