Category: Sicherheit / Security / SPAM / Privacy / convenience vs surveillance

25.05.2017

„Trump-Modus“: 1Password entfernt Passwörter temporär für GrenzkontrollenNutzer können in dem Passwort-Manager hinterlegte Zugangsdaten nun leicht von all ihren Geräten entfernen – und später wieder hinzufügen. Dies soll verhindern, dass Grenzbeamte bei Kontrollen Einblick in die Daten erlangen. › Artikel lesen     […]

16.05.2017

this article might be largely incomplete… kernel ringbuffer boot messages messages from the kernel during first stages of boot. # all distros dmesg; # show kernel ring buffer boot messages log # Centos7 only (debian8 has the file but it […]

13.05.2017

Ransomware hitting a new dimension – with the NSA-backdoors pre-installed in a lot of soft and hardware (check out Intel AMT/ME disaster) – hackers/attackers are trying to find and exploit those in order to make some profit. Millions of € […]

06.05.2017

Da haben wir es – Bequemlichkeit vs Privatsphäre 😀 Es ist sehr schade/seltsam – dass es scheinbar neben dem ActiveSync / ExchangeProtokoll von Microsoft – dere Android / Linux implementation leider nicht 100%tig funktioniert – kein anderes Open-Protokoll gibt – […]

linux ssh – generate public private keys
05.05.2017

giving a passphrase seems like a good idea – because it will protect your key (if passphrase is sufficiently strong) if it get’s stolen. So even if somebody manages to hack into your client and steal your private ssh-key – […]

04.05.2017

Centos5 documentation: (Centos7 does not have it installed per default can be installed like this: yum install xinetd*) To control access to Internet services, use xinetd, which is a secure replacement for inetd. The xinetd daemon conserves system resources, provides […]

04.05.2017

DO NOT SEND YOUR PASSWORT WITH TELNET! people might capture those unencrypted passwords on backbone-level… the NSA is the largest state-sponsored hacking organization on this planet. with telnet you can test what service and even it’s version number is running […]

02.05.2017

bought by: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro_Focus The company was founded in 1976,[4] and in its early years, concentrated on COBOL products. In 1981, it became the first company to win the Queen’s Award for Industry purely for developing a software product. The product […]

02.05.2017

Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 1 May 2017 at 05:04 PM EDT. 20 Comments Many of you already have expressed your displeasure over Intel’s Active Management Technology (AMT) and Management Engine (ME) for various reasons in the past […]

11.04.2017

Welche E-Mail-Attachments kann man überhaupt noch öffnen? Selbst in JPG Bildern wurden schon Viren versteckt… Ms-Word.rtf Dokumente können scheinbar auch Viren enthalten. Nur gut dass Linux und LibreOffice User davon wenig betroffen sind… https://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/Dridex-Botnetz-verteilt-millionenfach-Angriffs-Mails-auf-ungepatchte-Office-Luecke-3681553.html https://www.proofpoint.com/us/threat-insight/post/dridex-campaigns-millions-recipients-unpatched-microsoft-zero-day

06.04.2017

NSO Group – Wikipedia Type Private Industry Computer security Founded 2010; 7 years ago Founders Niv Carmi Omri Lavie Shalev Hulio Headquarters Herzliya, Israel Key people Shalev Hulio (CEO)[1] Products Pegasus Owner Francisco Partners (70%) Omri Lavie Shalev Hulio https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NSO_Group Proxy […]

25.02.2017

The dirty truth about DRM. „If consumers even know there’s a DRM, what it is, and how it works, we’ve already failed.“ —Peter Lee, Disney Executive in an interview with The Economist in 2005. https://www.defectivebydesign.org/ holy cow.

24.02.2017

„The Guardian in 2013, XKEYSCORE is by the NSA’s own admission its “widest reaching” program, capturing “nearly everything a typical user does on the internet.” A subsequent report by The Intercept showed that XKEYSCORE’s “collected communications not only include emails, […]

17.02.2017

TOR Bundle Browser scores quiet well: https://panopticlick.eff.org/ related: Holy Cow: „O2 mobile users in the UK are venting on Twitter today, fuming at their discovery that their phone number is being shared with every website that they visit over the […]

31.01.2017

Hardware Assembly: (i think 512MByte should be enough, 1GByte probably pretty good) Software Installation: including squid-proxy and web advertisement-filtering in the next part: OpenVPN 🙂 Thanks man! Amazing tutorials! by https://internetz.me Related Links: https://www.howtoforge.com/pfsense-squid-squidguard-traffic-shaping-tutorial http://www.shallalist.de/Downloads/shallalist.tar.gz

30.01.2017

OMG! PLEASE SOMEONE SUE HIM FOR ALL THE SPAM!!! EMAIL IS A VERY BADLY DESIGNED BROKEN SYSTEM TO THE BRINK OF „UNUSABLE“ AND SHOULD BE REPLACED ASAP. http://www.inventorofemail.com/ The Inventor of Email is V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai – The Facts In […]

25.01.2017

https://flokinet.is/ .is stands for Island – were WikiLeaks has become big. Do not give your real billing-address… but pay the fee in BitCoins and it should be okay. Combine this with: https://www.torproject.org/docs/hidden-services.html.en and you should be pretty good on privacy. […]

16.01.2017

It is actually a scandal that the world depends on chips and operating systems – that are designed to do mass-surveillance – it seems – in order to build up a world-wide-dictatorship that no-one can escape… by information and money. […]

13.01.2017

WhatsApp backdoor allows snooping on encrypted messages WhatsApp = Facebook pretends to protect your privacy with a faulty implementation of the OpenWhisper-System-Encryption. „Steffen Tor Jensen, head of information security and digital counter-surveillance at the European-Bahraini Organisation for Human Rights, verified […]

09.01.2017

It seems like the NSA tried lobby and install mass-surveillance of all people on this planet as soon as 1993. „First and most urgent, the current debate over the use of encryption undermines the promotion of privacy tools. The U.S. […]

26.12.2016

if i put in exactly the same search terms… i get completely different results from yandex.ru. THANKS! 🙂 KEEP IT UP! 🙂 PS: I am a little sad that https://fireball.de/ (that nobody knows, used to be a German-Based search engine) […]