Earlier this year I caught a cleaner with its hands in the cookie jar. Dumpster diving photographic evidence is here, here and here. Read my full report
According to TIMES a fraudster outwitted sophisticated banking security systems by using an ordinary MP3 music player to bug cash machines and steal customers’ credit card secrets.
I’d like to comment on PEiD. If you have to analyse an unknown binary and you like to know some details about packers, compilers and crypto features, you should give PEiD a try.
Thierry Zoller and Kevin Finistere gave a presentation in the Hack.lu 2006 conference on Bluetooth Cracking. They also showed a demo of BTCrack, a Windows tool that can crack Bluetooth PIN and Linkkey in almost real-time. All you need is
Mikko from F-Secure made a quick research on the domain name market. They made some searches on Sedo.com and found out that they are reselling domains like chasebank-online.com, citi-bank.com and bankofameriuca.com. According to Mikko and Sedo are more obviously fraudulent domains available,
I updated my WordPress installation. I hope everything works fine. 0==(D)
Bruce Schneiers announced in his blog that BT (aka British Telecom) has acquired Counterpane Internet Security, Inc. Ok, so far so good. But in a blog comment Carlo Graziani told the „real“ storybehind this deal. Verry funny.:cool: Bruce himself voted this comment for „Best blog comment ever.“
Microsoft just published an online passwort checking tool on its website. The password checker can help you to gauge the strength of your password. I think they test the strength based on this rules:
There is a new Helix (Incident Response & Computer Forensics Live CD based on Knoppix) version released. Version 1.8 has a now Andreas Schuster’s PTFinder included an will no longer change JFS information. You can donwload Helix here. All new features at a glance: