May 2012

Iranian Students Claims to have Stolen Thousands of NASA Researcher's Records

There's still no official response from NASA officials after a group of Iranian student programme

New cybervirus found in Japan / Stuxnet designed to attack off-line servers via USB memory sticks

 The Yomiuri Shimbun

Non-Decryptable? Really?

Saw this website:

Interesting.  Read the articles. I think this guy is on to something.  He's a legitimate college professor / researcher, computer scientist.  Has a patent in data compression.  Clearly, he understands the theory of encryption.  A good chunk of his articles appear to me, to be what he says they are--non decryptable by method.  I could guess.  But, that could take forever.  The possibilities are endless.

Syria: RAT uncomfortable assumptions on the control of dissidents

The public opinion is daily informed regarding the situation in Syria that is still critic, according UN representative in the country several clashes are undermining a virtual ceasefire.

Attacking A ToR Network

gAtO hAs- found that there are a few ways to attack a secure network some is old fashion technology and some more modern. The FBI and Secret Service and other international law enforcement have used these technique and they have been de-classified:  Let’s take a look at:


Nichole Michelle Merzi of Operation Phish Phry gets 5 years

Hacktivists claim takedown of Chicago police Web site

Anonymous group AntiS3curityOPS says action is in retaliation for alleged police brutality commit

Chinese entities world’s biggest economic spies – Pentagon

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Pentagon said on Friday it believes China spent up

Cyber attacks can be costly to prevent

As wars and espionage increasingly move from the real to the virtual world, the EU is planning t