Cybercrime

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  1. SAUER

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    Obama crackin' the whip on cybercrime...
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    President Obama cracks whip on cybercrime
    February 12th, 2013 - Having run out of patience for Congress to act on a cybersecurity bill, President Obama has decided to take matters into his own hands.
     
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    Further cybersecurity regulations may be needed...
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    Obama cybersecurity chief warns further regulations may be required
    2/27/13 — President Obama’s executive order on national cybersecurity could result in new regulations for companies that operate key infrastructure, according to Michael Daniel, the White House’s cybersecurity coordinator.
     
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    Obama gettin' tough with China over cybercrime...
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    US Warns China on Cyber Security
    March 12, 2013 - A senior White House official is calling on China to take "serious steps" to stop cybercrimes, saying the issue is a "growing challenge" to U.S.-China relations.
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    Intelligence Chief: US Ability to Detect Threats Degraded
    March 12, 2013 — The top U.S. intelligence official says automatic government spending cuts are reducing the nation’s ability to detect and respond to threats across the globe, from terrorist plots to the nuclear ambitions of North Korea and Iran. The comments were made in testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
     
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    Steady Pie Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Cybersecurity bills almost always (near universally) sacrifice the liberty of all for the security of a few.
     
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    I just hope this is not just being used as an excuse to consolidate more regulatory power over the internet.
     
  7. Dorkay Winthra

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    I thought the different attacks were interesting



    how convenient and just wow
     
  8. Dorkay Winthra

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    With all of our advanced weapons and our need to 'project American strength' our greatest threat comes from a attack we can't see.
    We are supposed to trust that ten hundreds.. thousands..? of people in places like homeland security in charge of making sure we aren't being attacked aren't diddling around on some video game, facebook or other various social media with addictions to persons they've been watching and using to try to hide their bad behavior, high on their ability to snoop and cyber attack with impunity are actually doing their job?
    Who watches over these people? I doubt anyone does. As long as they can hand in a report about Abu someone said on facebook Monday.. whatever they're good.

    I think these snooping jobs will eventually be given to machines so just interpretation of data, creating reports..no hobbies, no psycho stalker. paradise :) !
    oh but there would be problems with that too. I keep having visions of terminator. yes, I was a teenager in the 80's

    Rather than our nation's security being reliant on clarity coming out of feeding online addictions in homeland security that guarantee to invade our privacy but cannot give the same guarantee to protect the nation or could even bring on the terminator, couldn't we just make this country's infrastructure less integrated and go 'the way of the strong' like in Estonia and Georgia?
     
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    Cops playin' catch-up to cyber criminals...
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    Local police grapple with response to cybercrimes
    Apr 13,`13 WASHINGTON (AP) -- If a purse with $900 is stolen, the victim probably would call the police. If a computer hacker steals $900 from that same person's bank account, what then? Call the police? Could they even help?
     
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    FBI probin' cyberattacks...
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    FBI says more cooperation with banks key to probe of cyber attacks
    14 May`13 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The FBI last month gave temporary security clearances to scores of U.S. bank executives to brief them on the investigation into the cyber attacks that have repeatedly disrupted online banking websites for most of a year.
     
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    I have an idea stop using computers and put everything sensitive or financial into paper files or on closed internal options set apart from the internet. If cybercriminals couldn't hack anything and say banks used passbooks and made people come in to do business there would be no more issues.

    Second use cash not any other options unless just like cash, debit gift cards and reloadable debit cards with a fixed financial limit.

    Do the same for every other option that is sensitive you can't hack a power grid if its key points are all manual, computers should be to assist and even then again internal closed systems.
     
  12. Dorkay Winthra

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    I thought I would repost this

    Denial of Service (DoS) attacks can be accomplished with only one computer, and in a multitude of ways. The goal of a DoS attack is to prevent the intended individual users from utilizing a certain networked resource. A variety of techniques are available to exploit the underlying Internet communication architecture and prevent legitimate use of networks. Most Dos attacks flood the target network with bogus traffic or overwhelm a target computer with bogus requests preventing the legitimate use of either resource

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    http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/08/apple-amazon-mat-honan-hacking

     
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    you get worried dontcha know.

    Terminator2JudgmentDaySkynetEdition_12236103646_4.jpg


    Its about people and trust which is why their jobs exist and why they're going to cut 90% of their administrators and give those jobs to machines.
     
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    Big ol' bank cyber heist in London...
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    UK police: Cyber crooks could have stolen millions
    Sep 13,`13 -- A daring attempt to graft a rogue piece of hardware onto a computer at a London branch of Spanish bank Santander could have drained millions from its coffers, police said Friday, an indication of the potential for electronic crime to tear huge chunks off financial institutions' balance sheets.
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    Finn hacker steals personal info in cyber strike
    Sep 13,`13 -- Helsinki Police say they detained a hacker last weekend suspected of accessing thousands of usernames and passwords of visitors to more than 300 websites.
     
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    FBI on the trail of cybertheft gang...
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    FBI Seeks Romanian Cyber Theft Ring
    October 25, 2013 ~ The FBI is looking for a Romanian national who led a band of cyber fraudsters that bilked unsuspecting Americans of millions of dollars on eBay and other sites.
     
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    Dammit! Thought this was about robots committing crimes. Come on already, I've been waiting for a zombie apocalypse or war with the machines for ages now.
     
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    Cybercriminal gets 20 years...
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    Man gets 20 years for role in cybercrime syndicate
    May 16,`14 -- A Phoenix man has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for his role in what authorities say is an unprecedented criminal case involving an international cybercrime syndicate with hundreds of thousands of U.S. victims.
     
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    The hackers are winning...
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    Public-private survey finds cybercrime on the rise
    May 28,`14 -- The hackers are winning, according to a survey of 500 executives of U.S. businesses, law enforcement services and government agencies released Wednesday.
     
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    Gameover Zeus botnet used to steal banking information...
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    Police Target Two Worldwide Cybercrime Networks
    June 02, 2014 WASHINGTON — Police agencies in the United States and around the world have disrupted two computer crime networks that officials say stole more than $100 million from thousands of people. Also, the U.S. government has charged a Russian national with a string of crimes as a mastermind in the computer attacks.
     
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    possum was playin' onna computer an' he spilled alla ones an' zeros onna floor...
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    Cyber crime costs global economy $445 billion a year: report
    9 June`14 - Cyber crime costs the global economy about $445 billion every year, with the damage to business from the theft of intellectual property exceeding the $160 billion loss to individuals from hacking, according to research published on Monday.
     

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