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krebsonsecurity.com

September 13, 2013

An ID theft service that sells SSNs, birth records, credit and background reports on millions of Americans has infiltrated computers at some of America's largest consumer and business data aggregators

The Web site ssndob[dot]ms (hereafter referred to simply as SSNDOB) has for the past two years marketed itself on underground cybercrime forums as a reliable and affordable service that customers can use to look up SSNs, birthdays and other personal data on any U.S. resident. Prices range from 50 cents to $2.50 per record, and from $5 to $15 for credit and background checks. Customers pay for their subscriptions using largely unregulated and anonymous virtual currencies, such as Bitcoin and WebMoney. Until very recently, the source of the data sold by SSNDOB has remained a mystery. That mystery began to unravel in March 2013, when teenage hackers allegedly associated with the hacktivist group UGNazi showed just how deeply the service's access went. The young hackers used SSNDOB to collect data for exposed.su, a Web site that listed the SSNs, birthdays, phone numbers, current and previous addresses for dozens of top celebrities - such as performers Beyonce, Kanye West and Jay Z - as well as prominent public figures, including First Lady Michelle Obama, CIA Director John Brennan, and then-FBI Director Robert Mueller.

xrepublic.tv

August 24, 2013

NSA Officers Caught Using Domestic Surveillance Program To Spy On Their Lovers!

rt.com

August 24, 2013

While collecting data Edward Snowden was able to evade all safeguards at the NSA, leaving the agency puzzled at how he did it, according to new report. Officials worry that the ease with which he covered his tracks means another breach could happen.

Information logs exist to tell the government who tried to view or copy classified information without the proper clearance, but Snowden appears to have bypassed or deleted them, while working as a system administrator with contractor Booz Allen Hamilton in Hawaii. The revelations come from government officials speaking to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity, as they were prevented from publicly disclosing new information about the Snowden case. This is a worrying development for the Obama administration, which has been at pains to prove to the American public that the NSA's computer system cannot be taken advantage of so easily. Therefore, if Snowden could single-handedly circumvent its cyber defenses, the question stands as to whom else can gain instant access to the vast stream of data the clandestine organization intercepts every day.

examiner.com

August 12, 2013

Dave Wright had $16,500 of the crypto-currency Bitcoin transferred from his account without his knowledge. On April 23rd 2013, Wright's Mt. Gox account was hacked by an IP address based in Holland and the money was transferred out.

"Every time I log back into my account it is like returning to a murder scene, so sad." A Bitcoin account can be set up so it is completely anonymous which is a strong appeal to it's users but it also makes theft hard to reconcile. Since April, Wright has been contacting the company based in Japan and has been told there was nothing they could do to return his funds and he would have to contact his local police.

rt.com

August 11, 2013

Kim Dotcom's Mega.co.nz is working on a highly-secure email service to run on a non-US-based server.

It comes as the US squeezes email providers that offer encryption and Mega's CEO calls Lavabit's shutdown an "honorable act of Privacy Seppuku." Mega's Chief Executive Vikram Kumar, who is heading the development of the company's own end-to-end encryption technology to protect the privacy of the future email's users, has reacted to the Lavabit founder's decision to suspend his service's operations - an act, which was shortly followed by voluntary closing down of another secure email service, Silent Circle.

xrepublic.tv

August 11, 2013

"The National Security Agency is searching the contents of vast amounts of Americans' e-mail and text communications into and out of the country, hunting for people who mention information about foreigners under surveillance.

The N.S.A. is not just intercepting the communications of Americans who are in direct contact with foreigners targeted overseas, a practice that government officials have openly acknowledged. It is also casting a far wider net for people who cite information linked to those foreigners, like a little used e-mail address, according to a senior intelligence official."* Cenk Uygur breaks it down.

xrepublic.tv

August 10, 2013

rt.com

August 10, 2013

Communications sent between Germany's two leading email providers will now be encrypted to provide better security against potential NSA surveillance.

The "E-mail made in Germany" project has been set up in the wake of US surveillance revelations made by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. National Security Agency documents show that the agency intercepts 500 million phone calls, texts, and emails in Germany each month. "Germans are deeply unsettled by the latest reports on the potential interception of communication data," said Rene Obermann, head of Deutsche Telekom, the country's largest email provider. "Now, they can bank on the fact that their personal data online is as secure as it possibly can be."

truthseekerdaily.com

August 9, 2013

The non-partisan liberty movement often finds itself frustrated with Hollywood celebrities who railed against injustices under former President George W Bush, but who remain silent when similar abuses are carried out by a Democratic administration.

The red team versus blue team mentality in America tends to make it difficult for issue-oriented activists to move the ball on efforts to restore civil liberties and a sensible foreign policy to the nation. This is exacerbated when pop culture icons unflinchingly back Democrats no matter how offensive their policies become. Politically progressive movie star Matt Damon was once an ardent supporter of President Obama. However, whether or not one might agree with his stances on all the issues, he can no longer be counted among the hypocrites who apply double standards based on party affiliation. Matt Damon recently told BET that the President "broke up" with him over issues like drone strikes and the National Security Agency's spying scandal. Let's dish on Damon's concerns, TMZ-style.

rt.com

August 9, 2013

United States President Barack Obama insists his government isn't in the business of domestic surveillance, but one of his former advisers says that's contrary to the truth.

"Everybody knows I love this president, but this is ridiculous," former-Special Adviser for Green Jobs Van Jones said Wednesday on CNN. "First of all, we do have a domestic spying program, and what we need to be able to do is figure out how to balance these things, not pretend like there's no balancing to be done." The remark made by Jones, who currently serves as a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, directly contrasts with comments Obama made earlier in the week to late night talk show host Jay Leno.

      

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