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And that was the answer they were looking for, the made in china e-cigarette had malware hard coded into the charger and when plugged into a computer’s USB port the malware phoned home and infected the system.
Published on Nov 17, 2014Twitter Account
Greetings world, we are Anonymous
KKK it has came to our unfortunate attention that you have been interfering with Anonymous.
We are not attacking you because of what you believe in as we fight for freedom of speech…
We are attacking you because of what you did to our brothers and sisters at the Ferguson protest on the 12th of November.
Due to your actions we have started Operation KKK. The aim of our operation is nothing more than Cyber Warfare. Anything you upload will be taken down, anything you use to promote the KKK will be shut down.
DDos attacks have already been sent and have infiltrated your servers over the past 2 days… d0x's have also been launched on leaders of the KKK. All information retrieved will be given to the public.
You messed with our family and now we will mess with yours…
Let the cyber war begin.
We are legion.
We do not forgive
We do not forget
Ku Klux Klan you should have expect us.
A message from Anonymous. #OpKKK pic.twitter.com/nIonyhFMrh
— Ku Klux Klan (@KuKluxKlanUSA) November 18, 2014
- Users of the Adobe Flash Player desktop runtime for Windows and Macintosh should update to Adobe Flash Player 188.8.131.52.
- Users of the Adobe Flash Player Extended Support Release should update to Adobe Flash Player 184.108.40.206.
- Users of Adobe Flash Player for Linux should update to Adobe Flash Player 220.127.116.118.
- Adobe Flash Player installed with Google Chrome, as well as Internet Explorer on Windows 8.x will be automatically updated to the current version.
- Users of the Adobe AIR desktop runtime should update to version 18.104.22.1686.
- Users of the Adobe AIR SDK and AIR SDK & Compiler should update to version 22.214.171.1246.
- Users of Adobe AIR for Android should update to Adobe AIR 126.96.36.1996.
- Ian Beer of Google Project Zero (CVE-2014-0584, CVE-2014-0585, CVE-2014-0586, CVE-2014-0589, CVE-2014-0590)
- bilou working with the Chromium rewards program (CVE-2014-0574)
- bilou through Verisign’s iDefense Vulnerability Contributor Program (CVE-2014-0588, CVE-2014-8440)
- Behrang Fouladi and Axel Souchet of Microsoft Vulnerability Research (CVE-2014-8442)
- Haifei Li of McAfee Labs IPS Team (CVE-2014-0583)
- Liu Jincheng and Wen Guanxing of Venustech ADLAB (CVE-2014-8438)
- Nicolas Joly (CVE-2014-0582)
- Lucas Leong of TrendMicro (CVE-2014-0581)
- Tavis Ormandy and Chris Evans of Google Project Zero (CVE-2014-0573, CVE-2014-0576)
- Natalie Silvanovich, working with Google Project Zero (CVE-2014-0577)
- SuperHei of KnownSec (CVE-2014-8441)
- Anonymously reported (CVE-2014-8437)
|Phishing Email Screenshot|
Your account(s) is no longer active as it has been suspended due to MVR (MCB Verification Requirements).
Your attention is required to activate your account now.
Activate Account Now(Link Removed)
Thanks and have a great day.
|Fake Website of the Bank|
Dear Sir/ Madam
We acknowledge receipt of your e-mail dated yesterday, and thank you for escalating the issue to us.
This e-mail is indeed a scam whereby fraudsters aim at obtaining personal details of our customer, with the intention of carrying out fraudulent transactions on the customer’s accounts.
These fraudsters operate by sending e-mails that appear to come from the Bank.
The MCB requests you to disregard these bogus messages and not to respond to any instructions contained therein. Instead, Internet Banking customers should forthwith delete the messages.
IB customers who have responded to such messages are advised to change their password immediately and call the MCB on (230) 2026060 without delay.
May we remind you that access codes (be the “User IDs” or “passwords” for Internet Banking or “PIN” for credit and debit cards) are strictly personal and must not be revealed to third parties or used otherwise than in the appropriate authenticated environment.
Rest assure that all possible steps are taken to promptly ban the fraudulent domains and to inform our customers not to respond to these fraudulent attempts.
We reiterate our thanks for advising us of this issue and assure you of our best services at all times.
"Dropbox Hack Second Teaser.
As promised here is another batch of Hacked Dropbox accounts from close to 7 million total hacked accounts.
We will keep releasing more to the public as donations come in, show your support.
Send bitcoin donations to 1Fw7QqUgzbns7yWHH32UnmMxmMMwu6MC6h
Enjoy! More to come. As previously, all Dropbox logins are in the same format, login:Password"
"I would like to elaborate on the recent events regarding Snapsaved.com
Snapsaved.com Was a website used to save SnapChat's, precisely as the app snapsave.
In response to recent media events and the statement made by http://pastebin.com/cJcTbNz8, I would like to inform the public that snapsaved.com was hacked, the dictionary index the poster is referring to, was never publicly available. We had a misconfiguration in our Apache server.
SnapChat has not been hacked, and these images do not originate from their database.
Snapsaved has always tried to fight child pornography, we have even gone as far, as to reporting some of our
Users to the Swedish and Norwegian authorities.
As soon as we discovered the breach in our systems, we immediately deleted the entire website and the database
Associated with it. As far as we can tell, the breach has effected 500MB of images, and 0 personal information
From the database.
The recent rumors about the snappening are a hoax. The hacker does not have sufficient information to live up to his claims
Of creating a searchable Database.
Our users had to consent to all the content they received via SnapSaved.com, as we mentioned, we tried to cleanse the database of inappropriate images as often as possible.
The majority of our users are Swedish, Norwegian and American.
I sincerely apologize on the behalf of snapsaved.com we never wished for this to happen. We did not wish to cause SnapChat or their users any harm, we only wished to provide a unique service."
I just added lots of crazy nude photos to my iCloud, let's see how good these hackers really are! #HackSteveO pic.twitter.com/phwSTrJLAiWe noticed some minutes ago that Steve-O twitted that he is thanking twitter for getting him his account back. He even congratulated the hacker who was able to get hold of his official account.
— Steve-O (@steveo) September 23, 2014
Thanks to @twitter for getting my account back to me so fast, and congrats to the douche who hacked it. #yeahdude #steveoWas the challenge accepted by hackers?
— Steve-O (@steveo) September 24, 2014
Releasing the so called "gods" dox if my address hits 25 BTC.
And no, this is not a scam, you can see the below screenshots for proof of inbox ownership and a little teaser.
Same one posted on p2pfoundation^
Teasers:[images link removed]
Dear Satoshi. Your dox, passwords and IP addresses are being sold on the darknet. Apparently you didn't configure Tor properly and your IP leaked when you used your email account sometime in 2010. You are not safe. You need to get out of where you are as soon as possible before these people harm you. Thank you for inventing Bitcoin.
Today I received an email from email@example.com (Satoshi's old email address), the contents of which make me almost certain that the email account is compromised. The email was not spoofed in any way. It seems very likely that either Satoshi's email account in particular or gmx.com in general was compromised, and the email account is now under the control of someone else. Perhaps firstname.lastname@example.org expired and then someone else registered it.
Don't trust any email sent from email@example.com unless it is signed by Satoshi. (Everyone should have done this even without my warning, of course.)
I wonder when the email was compromised, and whether it could have been used to make the post on p2pfoundation.ning.com. (Edit: I was referring here to the Dorian Nakamoto post. After I posted this, there was another p2pfoundation.ning.com post.)
These updates resolve memory leakage vulnerabilities that could be used to bypass memory address randomization (CVE-2014-0557)
These updates resolve a security bypass vulnerability (CVE-2014-0554).
These updates resolve a use-after-free vulnerability that could lead to code execution (CVE-2014-0553).
These updates resolve memory corruption vulnerabilities that could lead to code execution (CVE-2014-0547, CVE-2014-0549, CVE-2014-0550, CVE-2014-0551, CVE-2014-0552, CVE-2014-0555).
These updates resolve a vulnerability that could be used to bypass the same origin policy (CVE-2014-0548).
These updates resolve a heap buffer overflow vulnerability that could lead to code execution (CVE-2014-0556, CVE-2014-0559).
Knowing those photos were deleted long ago, I can only imagine the creepy effort that went into this. Feeling for everyone who got hacked.
— Mary E. Winstead (@M_E_Winstead) August 31, 2014
Update @ 6:32 EDT | 10:32 GMT
We are currently experience an extremely large attack on our DNS infrastructure. Up to 50% of our DNS servers are affected, resulting in some downtime. We are working on the issue and are changing the DDoS filters we have in place as we work to mitigate this DDoS attack.
Update @ 6:58 EDT | 10:58 GMT
The target of the DDoS attack has been located. We are working to filter out the malicious DDoS traffic now. We expect to have an ETA on service resolution soon.
Update @ 7:35 EDT | 11:35 GMT
We are still working on filters to stop all of the DDoS traffic. Your patience and understanding in this matter are highly appreciated.
Update @ 8:15 ETD | 12:15 GMT
We continue to filter the attack, and expect over 50% of our DNS infrastructure to be back online in under 30 minutes. All of our technical staff and management are mobilized and we are working with our upstream providers and DDoS mitigation services to bring all services back online ASAP.
Updated @ 8:50 EDT | 12:50 GMT
Our DNS infrastructure is now fully back in production. With any attack we experience, we fully investigate the attack and the defense mechanisms we have in place. We employ the leading DDoS defense and mitigation solutions at all levels of our infrastructure and continue to do all that we can to fight off these malicious attacks. Thank you for your patience during the issue this morning.