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Cyber fraud alert (USA)

Now Americans can be alerted to potential online fraud, from the disclosure of their banking and credit card information and social security numbers. The service is provided for free by AllClear ID, a company that offers identity theft protection and which cooperates with the non-profit National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA)
Those who are interested in signing up for the service will have to do it either over the web at www.AllClearid.com, or through an iPhone application from AllClear. The …

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Six-strikes plan will be used to control piracy

The U.S. authorities are making a new attempt to stop piracy in the music industry by implementing the so-called “six-strikes” plan.
The plan allows major Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to work as copyright police, monitoring the web activity of their customers. When a subscriber starts downloading copyrighted material illegally, his ISP will send him an “educational” notice saying that illegal activity has been linked to their account. If the illegal activity continues, then the ISP will send “confirmation” notices to …

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Hackers: Doing good by day and bad by night?

Lulz Security was brought down by the U.S. Authorities last summer and it turns out that one of the people accused of being in the core of this organization, has been working in a nonprofit group dedicated to making websites more secure.
Darren Martyn, resigned last week from his position as a local chapter leader of the Open Web Application Security Project, based in Ireland, which develops open source applications, aimed to improved security. Martyn was known online as Pwnsauce …

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Beware of a Greek porn site trap

Hundreds of users have been trapped in paying considerable amounts of money, after visiting porn sites.
As the head of the Greek Cyber Crime Unit revealed, the said users, after logging-in in certain porn sites, received a message saying that their accounts have been blocked by the greek police because these sites contained child pornography. Then, a new message would appear claiming that to be released, they had to enter their credit card details and be charged with the amount …

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Weekly statistics of hacked domains in the .gr TLD

Another week passed and we have a large amount of hacked domains in the .gr domain.  Some of the hacked domains were again inside the governmental network, syzefxis.gr and other were defaced again, and again like bmw.gr. The list contains about 213 domains making a rough estimation of 30 domains hacked per day.  It’s sad to see that companies and the government also, still don’t pay attention to their security.
The list:
nikos-georgiou.gr
www.viatherm.gr/Kh4N001/
www.oee.gr/alboz.html
www.douka.gr
weddingalbum.gr/KinG1.asp
euromilitary.gr
forum.etuners.gr
belteeth.gr/index.html
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Advanced Network Solutions | my-services.gr

Advanced Network Solutions is a company established in 2003 that has expanded in the area of IT consulting and management of web hosting, domain names, newsletter circulation and security auditing, through its subsidiary companies my-dns.gr / my-newsletter.gr and my-audit.gr.
A.N.S. offers Data Center services in Greece, with private owned equipment located in Verizon, in France and Germany through the largest European Data Centers providing high quality servers and services.

Provides domain names, web hosting in Linux and Windows …

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