Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Jum bantu PDRM mengesan penjenayah ini.

 
Hanya ingin menyumbangkan sedikit buat negara sekadar termampu, menyebarkan maklumat ini jika ada dikalangan rakan kita yang boleh membantu mengesan penjenayah merbahaya ini. Jangan pula mencuba untuk mengambil tindakan bersendirian, amat merbahaya.
Pihak polis sedang mengesan dua lelaki MYANMAR bagi membantu siasatan kes pembunuhan seorang pekerja Bangladesh di sebuah ladang ternakan Air Kuning.

Orang ramai yang mempunyai maklumat sila hubungi ASP Md. Nasri bin Fadzir, Ketua Bahagian Siasatan Jenayah IPD Tapah di talian:05-4011222, hotline IPK Perak 05-2401999 atau mana-mana balai polis berhampiran.
Bolehlah meneliti gambar dibawah ini walaupun agak kabur, namun mungkin dapat membantu.

1. Hla Kyaw Sein (Paspot: A 471634)
Umur: 36 tahun
2. Nyut Win (Paspot: A 463387)
Umur: 36 tahun.
 
Orang ramai yang mempunyai maklumat sila hubungi ASP Md. Nasri bin Fadzir, Ketua Bahagian Siasatan Jenayah IPD Tapah di talian:05-4011222, hotline IPK Perak 05-2401999 atau mana-mana balai polis berhampiran.
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Friday, June 24, 2011

Eksklusif : Persidangan Penggodam Kanak-kanak.

Tajuk yang menarik dan menggerunkan sesiapa sahaja, apabila seorang remaja ditangkap gara-gara menggodam beberapa laman portal kerajaan seluruh dunia. Menyedari hakikat bahawa kanak-kanak atau remaja genius ini manggunakan kemahiran yang tidak dijangka kearah keburukan maka satu persidangan kearah menjadi penggodam yang tidak melanggar undang-undang telah diadakan diAmerika Syarikat. Menuju ke ERA siber tanpa sempadan, seharusnyalah diberikan pendedahan serta bimbingan kepada kanak-kanak yang sememangnya celik IT, bukan sahaja bagaimana menggunakan komputer serta aplikasinya tetapi kesan akibat perbuatan melampai batasan termasuk perlanggaran undang-undang negara. 

BOSTON (Reuters) - Kanak-kanak semuda lapan tahun dijemput ke Las Vegas musim panas ini untuk mengetahui cara terbaik untuk menjadi seorang hacker - asalkan mereka tidak menipu, mencuri atau melakukan jenayah lain.

Yang pertama kali Defcon Kanak-kanak persidangan pada bulan Ogos adalah peluang untuk anak-anak antara lapan dan 16 untuk mempelajari kemahiran penggodam komputer, serta melindungi diri mereka daripada serangan siber.

Ia juga akan memberi peluang kepada agen persekutuan AS ke saiz sehingga anak-anak muda celik teknologi yang boleh membentuk generasi pejuang jenayah digital.

Polis, ejen risikan, pegawai tentera dan perunding bekerja untuk mereka telah lama menghadiri serta diambil dari Defcon, perhimpunan terbesar dunia hacker yang diadakan di Las Vegas setiap musim panas.

Pada tahun ini, di tengah-tengah serangan siber berprofil tinggi sebagai sasaran antara Google Inc untuk Tabung Kewangan Antarabangsa, penganjur Defcon berpegang Kanak-kanak Defcon on August 6 dan 7 di samping persidangan utama.

Satu matlamat Defcon Kanak-kanak adalah untuk meyakinkan kanak-kanak dari 8 usia ke 16 yang ia sejuk menjadi "topi putih," atau penggodam kebajikan yang menggunakan kemahiran komputer untuk memerangi jenayah.

"Hitam topi," sebaliknya, kerja di sebelah gelap Internet, menggunakan kemahiran mereka mencuri wang, identiti dan lain-lain melakukan perbuatan-perbuatan jahat.

"Hacking bukan hanya keseronokan dan permainan. Ia bukan mengenai pecah ke dalam sistem," kata seorang yang 16 tahun berlalu mengendalikan penggodam "FS."Dia akan mengajar kanak-kanak Defcon bagaimana untuk melindungi terhadap pengintip internet yang menghidu rangkaian wayarles untuk data swasta.(Www.defconkids.org).

"Ia adalah mengenai mendapatkan diri sendiri dan orang di sekeliling anda," kata FS, siapa yang dibayar oleh syarikat-syarikat untuk menjalankan ujian penembusan, yang pecah ke dalam rangkaian komputer untuk mendedahkan kelemahan.

Seperti banyak hacker, FS menggunakan mengendalikan dan bukannya nama sebenar untuk melindungi dirinya dari menjadi sasaran oleh topi hitam.

Nama-nama tersebut mempunyai makna khas untuk penggodam yang sering menyimpan rahsia kepentingan mereka. FS berdiri selama empat puluh tujuh, yang kod untuk singkatan nama sebenar, yang FS enggan mendedahkan.

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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Ketua kumpulan penggodam komputer ditangkap.

Dunia masih berjaga-jaga dengan serangan dari penggodam berprofil tinggi sehinggakan berjaya memasuki sistem komputer kerajaan seluruh dunia termasuk agensi penyiasatan Amerika (CIA). Apa yang memeranjatkan adalah usia ketua penggodam tersebut baru mencecah 19 tahun.
  
Ryan Clearly, 19 tahun ditangkap dalam operasi bersama oleh polis Scotland Yard dan Biro Penyiasatan Persekutuan (FBI) di kediaman ibunya, Rita, 45, kelmarin.

Beliau akan didakwa dengan lima kesalahan dibawah Akta Penyalahgunaan Komputer, kata polis.

Cleary disyaki mempunyai hubungan dengan kolektif Keselamatan Lulz hacking, yang baru-baru ini mensasarkan Sony, laman web CIA dan Senat AS sistem komputer.

Sebuah akhbar melaporkan dia dipercayai mendalangi operasi pencerobohan siber tersebut dengan menggunakan dua buah komputer di bilik tidurnya di banglo milik ibunya di sini.
 


Ibunya yang merupakan seorang jururawat memberitahu, Ryan banyak menghabiskan masa di sisi komputernya.

Jelas Rita, anaknya mempunyai sejarah sakit mental dan menghidap agorafobia iaitu penyakit dihantui perasaan takut ketika berada di tempat terbuka tetapi dia seorang yang amat pintar.
Sumber-sumber polis berkata, sejumlah maklumat dan data dirampas daripada sebuah komputer miliknya.

Pihak berkuasa percaya Ryan merupakan 'orang penting' LulzSec, yang mendakwa bertanggungjawab mencuri nama, alamat, data bank dan kata laluan 77 juta pelanggan rangkaian permainan Internet, Sony Playstation.

Selain Sony dan satu lagi firma permainan video, Nintendo, LulzSec turut menceroboh rangkaian komputer Agensi Jenayah Berat Terancang Britain, Agensi Perisikan Pusat (CIA) dan Senat Amerika Syarikat (AS).
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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

A new Era of Internet Addresses


Is this a reflection or the possibility of a shift towards a new world of internet, together we will see the latest internet addresses. What will change or development benefit to our Internet's world and future generations.

Regulatory agencies internet web site address yesterday agreed to change thenaming system allows the use of the site with common words such as apple ororange in place. "Com" or ". Gov.

The Right Internet Corporation Names and Numbers (ICANN) announced the opening of Internet addresses that will allow users to produce websites with addresses in any language and script.

"ICANN is the Internet naming system opens to give freedom to the people," according to an international body after its board meeting in Singapore yesterday.

According to ICANN, the application for a new website address of the Internet will beopened starting January 12 next year.

Observers expect a large company and the city will be the first applicant's new address that will see Internet addresses ending with brand names such as. "Toyota",. "Apple" or ". New York.

Currently, only 22 types of high-level generic names (gTLD) exists as. Com,. Org and.Info 'and 250 addresses for the country, including'. Uk 'and'. Cn.
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Monday, June 20, 2011

High profile Hackers attack CIA.

When the country is still haunted by the threat of attack from hackers who do not know,a story that really caught my attention when the CIA, the U.S. investigation agencieshave successfully invaded by hackers. The question now is how far the safety of the cyber world at the moment when the attacker is proud to hack into any computersystem around the world, especially the alleged high-profile security level.
(CNN) -- They've breached or busted the websites of the CIA, PBS and the U.S. Senate, and launched at least part of an extended attack on Sony, whose PlayStation Network was brought to a grinding halt for the better part of a month.
And, to hear them tell it, it's all for a laugh.
Meet Lulz Security, or LulzSec, the gleeful and secretive band of hackers who appear to be responsible for a string of high-profile and sometimes embarrassing Internet attacks.

Their most recent strike, and arguably the most ambitious, was a distributed denial-of-service attack Wednesday that shut down the Central Intelligence Agency's website for a couple of hours.

A DDoS attack is fairly easy with the right software. But the group has also hacked into sites ranging from Sony Pictures to porn sites, often publishing the passwords and other personal information they find.

Instead of hiding in the dark shadows of the Internet, they are front-and-center on an active Twitter feed fueled with taunts, crude jokes and hints about future attacks.

For those who don't speak the language, "lulz" is an offshoot of "LOL," webspeak for laughing out loud. Think of it as a substitute for "just for a laugh."

"Lulz Security, where the entertainment is always at your expense, whether you realize it or not," read a recent post on the account. "Wrecking your infrastructures since 2011."

On Friday, on the occasion of their 1,000th tweet, the group posted a manifesto of sorts in which they said people, including their targets and advocates of Internet freedom, should be thankful.

"The main anti-LulzSec argument suggests that we're going to bring down more Internet laws by continuing our public shenanigans, and that our actions are causing clowns with pens to write new rules for you," the group wrote. "But what if we just hadn't released anything? What if we were silent? That would mean we would be secretly inside FBI affiliates right now, inside PBS, inside Sony... watching... abusing... ."

They seemed to suggest that by making their attacks public, they'll push websites to increase security. They said they're sitting on account information for 200,000 players of the online game Brink, but moments later said that releasing people's information is worth doing sometimes because it's fun.

"Yes, yes, there's always the argument that releasing everything in full is just as evil, what with accounts being stolen and abused, but welcome to 2011," they wrote. "This is the lulz lizard era, where we do things just because we find it entertaining."

Analysts said the group appears to be some sort of spin-off of "Anonymous," the loose coalition of hackers that grew to prominence through their support of whistle-blower site WikiLeaks.
But while Anonymous has its own set of moral codes and is largely politically motivated, LulzSec tends to be random.

For every hack like the one on PBS, which the group said came out of anger over a documentary about WikiLeaks, there's the cracking of porn site pron.com -- and a subsequent public list of members' e-mail addresses and passwords.

Breaches are often followed by cautionary notes: Some have even denigrated their own hacking abilities, saying the sites they targeted were incredibly easy to penetrate.

"These seem like they're probably some kids in the garage or something that are just having fun," said David Gorodyansky, CEO and co-founder of security software firm AnchorFree.

A request for comment sent to the group's Twitter account was not returned Thursday.

Click on the group's website and the theme song from "The Love Boat" plays over an image of what the group calls "The Lulz Boat." The logo is a cartoon dandy in top hat, monocle and handlebar mustache.
But if the attitude is lighthearted (They've even set up a request line with a 614 Columbus, Ohio, area code, to solicit future target suggestions), the consequences can be serious.

For example, on Thursday LulzSec posted what it said were 62,000 e-mails and their passwords, gleaned from unknown sources (Gizmodo has posted a tool to help discover if your account is one of them).

Afterward, they retweeted messages from several followers who bragged they'd gotten access to PayPal, Amazon, Facebook and other accounts from the list.

One follower claimed to have hacked into a woman's Facebook account and broken up with her boyfriend.

It's unclear whether LulzSec members played a role in the Sony PlayStation Network breach that compromised the information of 77 million users. But they've posted on their website what they claim is proprietary information from Sony Pictures and other Sony properties' websites.

After the U.S. Senate breach, LulzSec posted what it called a "just-for-kicks" release of some internal data.

"We don't like the US government very much," it wrote. "Their boats are weak, their lulz are low, and their sites aren't very secure. In an attempt to help them fix their issues, we've decided to donate additional lulz in the form of owning them some more!"

To help avoid such attacks, Gorodyansky suggested website owners make sure to encrypt them. Using Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (https), instead of the "http" that most sites use, makes data more difficult to obtain.

He also urged organizations, businesses and governments to make sure they are running the latest updates, or firmware, for their security tools.

"You may have the latest and most expensive equipment, but if you don't update the firmware as soon as it comes out, it's very easy for the hackers to exploit," he said.

 



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