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Hackers Eye Online Carbon Markets


Carbon Trading EU Hacking

A couple of days ago we told you how hackers have found smart ways to control Stock Markets according to their will. Now it’s the turn of the carbon trading markets. We have been hearing about reports that hackers have stolen millions of tonnes of carbon credits from the European Union Emission Trading Scheme.

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By Debjit on January 26th
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How Facebook Responded To Hacks From Tunisia?


How Facebook Responded To Hacks From Tunisia?

Facebook recently noticed some strange things happening to their website in Tunisia such as political-protest pages were being hacked and users complaining someone logged into their Facebook accounts deleted them. After lot of investigation, the Facebook security team took two measures in order to overcome these issues: First, Facebook routed all requests to their website…

 Digitizor   Facebook   links   Security  

By Zenobia on January 24th
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Hackers Find A New Way To Control Stock Markets


Hackers Find A New Way To Control Stock Markets

Hackers can inject tiny amounts of latency into networks used at Stock Markets which can result in delaying transactions and change the course of trading in the markets. This way they can control the variations in the stock markets as they wish and earn profits in millions of dollars in a few seconds.

 Digitizor   Hacks   News   Security  

By Debjit on January 6th
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Kinect Hacking: Two More Amazing Kinect Hacks


Evoluce has taken what we saw in Ubuntu to another level. They have developed a full gesture system to control Windows 7. It includes clicking, browsing the media center, web browsing, text input using an onscreen keyboard etc.

 Hacks   Microsoft   Video  

By Ricky on November 23rd
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Setting up port-forwarding on the DareGlobal DB108 ADSL Router


Setting up port-forwarding on the DareGlobal DB108 ADSL Router

↑ Grab this Headline Animator DareGlobal DB108 is the router which I have been using, since my last Huwaei MT841 Router broke. Now, this temporary replacement which my ISP has done for me, has put me in a fix. The DB108 is one of the most crappy routers I have ever seen. Only one LAN…

 Hacks   How-To   Networks  

By Debjit on June 12th
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Broadcast your computer`s start time and shutdown time to twitter


You can use the twitter api, curl, your twitter account and an always on Internet connection to broadcast the start and shutdown times of your workstations. This can be done with the help of this nifty little script.

 Ideas   Linux   Programming  

By Debjit on May 26th
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SQL Injection – 2 (Fingerprinting)


This is a follow up to the post SQL Injection – An Introduction.  If you are new to this, I stongly suggest you read the introduction first. In this article we shall discuss how to fingerprint the common databases managenet system backend. This forms the first part of a successful SQL Injection attack as different…

 Database   Hacks   Security   Web  

By Ricky on March 27th
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SQL Injection – 1 (Introduction)


In this post we shall discuss a very common method of hacking a website (or rather, a database) called SQL Injection. The object of this post is not to help anyone destroy/deface other websites, but to help you protect your website from such an attack. In this post I shall explain the basics of how…

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By Ricky on January 31st
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