Posts Tagged 'hacking'

Vodafone Greece hacked…

ΖΗΜΙΑ ΠΟΥ ΑΓΓΙΖΕΙ ΤA 690.000 ΕΥΡΩ
ΑΠΑΤΗ ΣΕ ΒΑΡΟΣ ΤΗΣ VODAFONE
Με το ποσό των 690 χιλιάδων ευρώ ζημιώθηκε η Vodafone από τη μη καταγραφή χρήσης mobile internet που πραγματοποιήθηκε μέσω του δικτύου της. Το γεγονός έγινε γνωστό από τη Δίωξη Ηλεκτρονικού Εγκλήματος ως εξής: Με προηγμένη μέθοδο ηλεκτρονικής διείσδυσης, τύπου cracking, στα υπολογιστικά συστήματα της εταιρείας, οι εμπλεκόμενοι αποκτούσαν πρόσβαση στα δεδομένα διαχείρισης και πωλούσαν παράνομα στην Κούβα συνδέσεις στο διαδίκτυο. Ειδικότερα, οι τρεις δράστες κατάφεραν να διεισδύσουν ηλεκτρο- …

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Greece International Airport (AIA / El. Venizelos) hacked!!

Last night Iranian hackers compromised AIA’s page, demonstrating once again how loosen the security is in major Greek sites.
As said in the past, in Greece organisations and government are paying a lot of money for simple web site development and promotion but are not considering the security at all.
Up to this minute www.aia.gr remains hacked (and will probably remain until tomorrow), my-audit.gr has informed the Airport security for this hack but as usual we are not expecting any …

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National Bank of Greece phishing e-mail

A new phishing e-mail is on the run, claiming to be from nbg.gr (National Bank of Greece), requesting to click on a link in order to have credit and debit card changed and personal info updated.
Needless to say once again that you should never click on such links, there is no bank in the world that will request personal information through e-mail and not prompt you logging into your web banking account with your credentials and token (if available). …

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Anonymous: Hactivists or Terrorists?

There’s been a lot of talk lately as to what really Anonymous represent. The online organization has succeeded in its 9 years of existence to hack into the most prestigious sites such as the CIA’s, Interpol’s, NATO’s, government sites around the world, email accounts and databases and publicize the most secret information.
Their missions are carried out in response to current events or in the fight for human rights. They are claiming to conduct a “non-violent struggle for freedom and …

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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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Anonymous OS is out!

Notorious hacker group “Anonymous Operations” released last Wednesday the first version of its own desktop operating system.
Dubbed Anonymous-OS, the computer platform is built on top of the open-source Linux-based Ubuntu 11.10 operating system, and it also utilizes the open-source Mate desktop environment, The Hacker News reports.
It is unclear exactly who is behind the operating system, which comes with a number of tools pre-installed that are apparently Anonymous-approved.
Included are Anonymous HOIC, John the Ripper, SQL Poison and more.
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