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BREAKING: Emma Watson Nude Photo Threat Claimed To Be From Rantic Marketing, Not 4chan

The latest headlines in the stolen celebrity photos story are about the web site EmmaYouAreNext.com, which displays a countdown. This was first publicized by the web site Foxweekly.com which said, “Emma Watson Nude Photos To Be Leaked By 4Chan Hacker?” FoxWeekly has no connection with NewsCorp or Fox News. The EmmaYouAreNext.com website also contained an […]

Celebrity Nudes and iCloud Phishing

The recent leak of celebrities personal photographs demonstrates just how weak our defenses are against determined attackers. From the internal evidence and the chatter on 4chan and Reddit, it does not look as if this was the result of a single attack or a single hacker. Various sources say that there was a ring of […]

Android Worms And How To Prevent Them

Recently, a malware attack in China infected around 100,000 Android devices in a few days. FireEye described the attack in their blog, and christened it XXShenqi. They call it a phishing attack, but I prefer the term worm, in that infected devices sent SMS messages to the owner’s contact list attempting to convince them to […]

Black Hat/Defcon 2014: Hacking the Internet of Things, and Things not on the Internet

Security researchers have been talking a lot lately about the Internet of Things: the refrigerator that was unfairly suspected of sending spam, the light bulbs that display your WiFi network password, and so on. There were some fine examples of this at Black Hat and Defcon this year. Jesus Molina was staying in a luxury […]

Black Hat 2014: Why I Hate Free Stuff

I was watching an excellent presentation by Rob Ragan and Oscar Salazar when I realized that I hate free stuff. Not of course the free stuff that I use, I’m fine with that. It’s all the free stuff that spammers and other cyber criminals exploit that ticks me off. Let me explain what Ragan and […]

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