Want to crack down on the Neo-Nazi movement? There’s an app for that. German authorities have created a new app, dubbed Nazi Shazam, that is intended to help curb the Neo-Nazi movement.
The app operates similar to the popular Shamaz app which is used to recognize a clip of music.…Read More »
iPhones are really the pinnacle of innovation and technology. iPhones love people and people love them back, but among those people comes a section of people who use iPhones for not so very legal means.
According to NYPD, there were 16000 robberies of Apple products, mainly iPhones, in 2012, which account for 14% of all of New York City’s crime.…Read More »
A computer hacker who has fled Syria in exile reportedly hacked into the computers of Syria’s secret police and, among other things, discovered porn on them.
The Syrian hacker, who remains nameless, and several of his friends hacked into the programs being used by the secret police to monitor Syrian civilians.…Read More »
Canadian authorities recently busted a child pornography business that spanned countries worldwide. As a result of the three-year investigation, 348 people — 108 Canadians, 76 U.S. citizens, and 164 citizens from various countries — have been arrested and over 300 children saved.…Read More »
You should always watch what you say on Facebook, it can come back to bite you. Ruben Santiago, police chief in Columbia, South Carolina, found that out the hard way when he answered a post on the department’s Facebook page. He answered a citizen who criticized the police department.…Read More »
Your smartphone is not as secretive about your life as you may think. Get it alone with a group of police officers — or anyone else that has the relevant knowledge — and it’s going to sing like a canary. That’s right, your phone may be used to tell officers who you talked to, what your texts say, and even where you’ve been.…Read More »
A boy who lives in the Notre-Dame-de-Grace suburb of Montreal has just pled guilty to hacking websites and costing about $60,000 worth of “damage”.
In a story that sounds somewhat similar to the beginning of the old 90s movie Hackers, in early 2012, during student protests in Montreal, the boy, who remains anonymous (somewhat ironically) hacked into sites that belonged to the Montreal police, the Quebec Institute of Public Health and also the Chilean government’s website, to name a few.…Read More »
Three men stole credit card information from a Nordstrom department store in Florida by installing keyloggers, according to a report by KrebsOnSecurity. The accompanying police report alleges the men plugged standard keyloggers into the back of cash registers and later returned to remove them and the associated data.…Read More »
One of the stupidest things criminals do, other than leaving evidence behind, is brag about their crime to their friends or followers on the internet. While this is a stupid move by the criminals, this certainly helps the police with their investigations.…Read More »
This comic is poking fun at a recent claim made by a woman that her house was raided by FBI because she searched for a pressure cooker online while her husband searched for a backpack.Read More »
A young man and his friends were pulled over for drunk driving — but they weren’t driving just any car. It was a BMW whose owner had made the interior waterproof so they could turn it into a pool on wheels.…Read More »
Anna Lamb-Creasey discovered that her had not only gone missing but died through the worst possible way. Local police in Clayton County for some reason decided that to inform a mother of her child’s death through a Facebook message.
Can you believe that it gets worse?…Read More »
A hacker has been toying with the police and the general public in Japan since last summer. The hacker has remote controlled innocent people’s computers to send killing spree threats and a bomb threat to Nintendo headquarters. This was followed by cryptic messages involving anime characters and even a microSD card attached to a kitten’s collar — I know, it sounds I’m describing a crazy Japanese thriller.…Read More »