Posts Tagged 'security'

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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Apple’s safety questioned…

Apple’s App store safety has been questioned lately, after the revelation of several cases of fraud through iTunes. Ryan Matthew Pierson was faced with a nasty surprise when he was charged with the amount of $430 for buying guns, nightclubs and cars in iMobsters, a popular game on iPhone. Sadly, Mr Pierson had never played iMobstes, yet he could see these purchases happening in real time.
Apple was called upon and the matter was eventually settled. But Mr Pierson’s account …

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Security in Greek Government sites – Video

How secure is the Greek ministry of Defense? The greek politicians? The ministry of Finance and our tax records?
Apparently, not secure at all. The journalists of protagon.gr met with two greek hackers, Achilleas and Leonidas, who shared their ways of defacing and compromising major greek websites.

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Most smartphone owners are indifferent about phone security

Possibly due to kids under ten running rampant with iPhones, over eighty percent of smartphone owners have no security products installed on their mobile devices according to a new study conducted by NPD. In addition, 25 percent of all smartphone owners have no idea how to install software to make smartphones more secure. However, 83 percent of respondents in the survey claimed they would take action and install a piece of security software only if a threat like a virus or …

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