Monthly Archives: May 2016

Stalkers Get a New Tool: Meet FindFace

Scenario One: Imagine you open your social media account and find a message from someone you’ve never even heard of. They tell you that they saw you on the street and traced you to your account. They wonder if they … Continue reading

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Can Hackers Influence the Outcome of the 2016 Elections?

Who says they already haven’t? Something’s just not right. Hundreds of thousands of voters have turned up to vote only to find their names were not on the registration lists or their party affiliation has been changed without their permission. … Continue reading

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The Illuminati, the Russian Secret Service, and Colin Powell’s Grandmother: The Strange Story of Hillary Clinton’s Email Hacker

Marcel Lazăr Lehel (a.k.a Guccifer)   I can understand why many people doubt the claims of the man who says he hacked Hillary Clinton’s email server. If you read Marcel Lazăr Lehel’s letter from his prison cell in Romania, you will … Continue reading

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Why Everyone Wants to Hack Facebook Accounts

Hi guys, is there a way to see a person’s full Facebook profile although we aren’t friends? I don’t want to hack into the account, I just need to see the information and pictures. I just need to find out … Continue reading

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MIT Builds Cyber Security System That Can Detect 85% of Cyber Attacks…Really?

A couple of weeks ago, I visited a city that I haven’t been to for a while. At a restaurant, I uncharacteristically decided to pay with my Visa card. However, when I input my PIN number into the card terminal, … Continue reading

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