Daily Archive: April 6, 2012

Anonymous says it will hack more Chinese sites 0

Anonymous says it will hack more Chinese sites

“The hacking group Anonymous said on Friday that it would continue targeting China, after announcing it had hacked hundreds of Chinese websites to protest against Internet censorship in the country. Most of the sites Anonymous China claimed to have hacked were working normally early on Friday, although some still carried error messages, among them an official site for the ruling Communist Party in the southern city of Hezhou.

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Warning: New Facebook Phishing via Facebook Chat and Note

by Jason Ding, Research Scientist Internet hackers never stop working hard to phish victims with new strategies, even on the coming Easter day. Last night, when one of our colleagues logged into his Facebook account to check around, he received the following two Facebook chat messages from his friends: The text associated with these notes reads as follows: hey, do you remember this photo? http://m.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=10150721776820528 hey, do you remember this photo? http://m.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=10150657346714077 As most Facebook users chat frequently to converse with their friends, this post is nothing special and  looks safe; it is a Facebook Note link.

Infosec: The Eternal Struggle 0

Infosec: The Eternal Struggle

“The Five StagesIn the past I have written about the INFOSEC space and some of the problems I have faced with it. It seems today, with the ever present cyberdouchery over cyberwar and the seeming eternal specter of Dr. Cyberlove (Richard Clarke) prognosticating our doom vis a vis China, I feel compelled to talk about it all again

Online Tool Assesses Intellectual Property Awareness 0

Online Tool Assesses Intellectual Property Awareness

“A new online tool can help small companies and entrepreneurs evaluate their awareness of intellectual property (IP)trade secrets, company data and moreand learn how to protect it. The National Institute of Standards and Technologys Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST MEP) and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) teamed up to create the IP Awareness Assessment, available at no charge at www