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Links 1 through 10 of 23 by Justin Mason tagged crime

the story of Ramnicu Valcea -- Romania's Silicon Valley of phishing

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'A man known as one of the world’s top purveyors of junk e-mail has been imprisoned in Russia for allegedly molesting [more than *50*] underage girls from a Moscow orphanage, KrebsOnSecurity.com has learned.' lovely

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wow, fantastic review -- real Japanese mobsters give their take on SEGA's latest videogame

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very clever. 'You can make the messages as enticing as you want - say, by having them pretend to be a notification from your bank account. If the crook chooses to view the push notification, Undercover will launch, [..] loading any Website of your choosing, such as the aforementioned bank's. While the thief is distracted, Undercover will be happy to save the device's GPS coordinates and IP address to Orbicule's Website.'

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hmm, a nifty app that takes pics of the desktop, activates the webcam etc. and uploads to a central server if you activate a 'my laptop has been stolen' bit

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according to this, a retired cop has set up a company called Lucid Intelligence with 'the records of four million Britons, and 40 million people worldwide, mostly Americans', and plans to 'charge members of the public for access to his database to check whether their data security has been breached.' How is this legal under Data Protection law? wtf

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fetch the pitchforks! Street View bin worryin' my sheep! Buckinghamshire yokels fear change

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US banks have an absurd policy of not authenticating check transactions, and this is now being actively exploited by fraudsters. As a result, Knuth will no longer mail reward checks to people who discover errors in his books :( (via adulau)

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the French president fell for a phish, providing the auth details for his bank account. possibly untrue; there seem to be a lot of differing reports

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'[cybercrime] pays well [...] the difference in pay between being a security researcher and a security exploiter differs by a factor of 10'

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