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Authorities arrest SIM swapping gang that targeted celebrities

Cyber Security Headlines

00:28 sec | 3 weeks ago

Authorities arrest SIM swapping gang that targeted celebrities

"Sims wapping gang targeting celebrities arrested eight men were arrested by the uk national crime agency in the past week across england and scotland as part of a coordinated. Crackdown against the group. The group targeted well known sports stars musicians and influencers tricking mobile phone operators to change the victim's phone number to a new sim they controlled resetting passwords and bypassing two factor authentication on accounts. Europol said the gangsta more than one hundred million dollars worth of crypto currency using the method

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"national crime agency" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:19 min | 8 months ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The. Guy Here. We have We got notified that you're evidence report, a full portal of urine copyright something. I. Think I'll decline, This is you get? A lot of everybody wants a piece of something so I just and next four God. What it been you know Oh five fifteen years fifteen years NOPE, you're not allowed and you shouldn and you got to ask permission to go talk to Google. You know and and this is It's GonNa. Get worse and if we don't get off the the man's grid. You know we're going to be subject to so. I'm just I choose I. Think I'll decline, so that's what we're. Working on it, I'm distracted by that and they distracted me about. That much. We're so I WANNA. Make sure that we go over the news. 'cause man, there's so much stuff going on. You know one thing. There's a story I sent an telegram. Guns describes and murder over seven hundred arrested and Yang Kingdoms biggest ever crackdown after secure cure network hat now, of course who's going to be using secure networks? Guy Outlaws outside of the law. They'd be outlaws. So, what are they doing? Whatever it is that they're doing, but the point is that they're able to hack it now. You gave police have arrested over seven. Hundred and suspects seized sixty seven million dollars, and over two tonnes of drugs after an international team broke the encryption on a not so secure APP used by gangsters, coordinate money, laundering, black market, trade, human trafficking and murder for hire, according to the independent known as in in Cro chat, it was used on bespoke. SPOOK mobile phones that were designed to be secure against police, infiltration and examination. Kinky. Swear but in April, an international team cracked. It's encryption started spying on users and harvesting their data as it carried on unawares. There were sixty thousand users worldwide, and around ten thousand users in the United Kingdom said the United Kingdom's National Crime Agency of the ongoing raids, the sole use was for coordinating and planning the distribution of illicit commodities, money, laundering and plotting to kill rival criminals. The secret of communication network was cracked in April after agencies in France and the Netherlands cracked into the encroach at APP installed on mobile phones, which was supposed to provide security against government, infiltration and examination. Once the apples crack agencies began monitoring the gangsters every move. It is the biggest and most significant operation of its kind in the UK, said the spokesperson, hundreds of staff workers to analyze data identify and crow chat users working through millions of messages and hundreds of thousands of images it results in seven hundred and forty-six arrest across you so far damn including high value targets and iconic fugitives who had previously escaped justice. The operation has also revealed the identities of an unknown number of corrupt police officers and employees and different law enforcement agencies I. We'll see what happens there. Yeah, yeah, we'll see what happens there. Well increase chats. Website is no longer functional an archive copy from March. Twenty nineteen reveals features which attracted criminals including self-destructing. Turned US including. SELF-DESTRUCTING messes incidents. self-destructing messages panic wipe passwords swipe, tamper-proofing and guaranteed at nitty. In quotes because not so much, the company described their flagship product in Cro Chad, is false. is a user friendly secure instant messaging client designed for mobile environments. Security is guaranteed using our chat room protocol. This is an in where you've heard this before. Okay, here you go. This is an end to end encryption. Messaging Protocol, which provides excellent forward and future secrecy properties, first symmetric key updating means along with improved deniability guarantees over the OT, our protocol and its variants. We have also vastly simplified user verification to remove the complexities of encryption for end users. Inco, chat all right well encroach chat. He'll this. We've heard this before. You know it. Has You know as a nice little ad here in Croce? A phone guaranteed anonymity you messages, self destruct customized android platform while you're screwed right there. I brought panic. Wipe dual operating system over the air. service industry-leading hardware their. crypto graphic engine that deb tamper-proofing updates live support. Will problems there too password white panic? Y, you know this is one of I heard this before. You know it is a according to a report in crew chat phones were used by the Middle Tier upwards when it came to gangsters who get their hands dirty according to Steve. The national police chiefs cancel lead for serious. For serious organized crime, the operation is an unparalleled victory against kingpin criminals. And they must have got a bunch of stuff for them to tip their hand that they could do it or they started to know that they were being. surveilled or something? That has to be some kind of now. Use this kind of technology, and you've got to have some kind of feedback know if you've been hacked or not. You know I I'm just maybe they? Released they could do it because they were known. They can do it. You know, but well now. Everybody knows it by dismantling these groups. We have saved countless lives and protected communities across the Kingdom against evil drugs that people wanted to do, or whatever he added in addition to the cash drugs raids produced seventy seven firearms. And grenades and eighteen hundred rounds of ammunition. Seriously, all you have to do is go my closet. He's numbers. They're they're. They're promoting We imagine there's a very nervous suffer engineer or two out there, yeah? You know. The point that I make a this raisin I. WanNa make a big deal out of this is because I. don't give a crap. How secure you think you are here are gazillion air drug dealing? Traffic sex trafficking children in you know whatever the Hell I don't know what they're thing criminals okay and. Fries and this is not sixty seven million dollars. Bankers, you know, do all this stuff worse and you know that that's a morning for them. That's before breakfast. You know so them to make a big deal. When Easter arrested politicians and you know I, got a couple some corrupt cops. You know that probably better than not corrupt for what you know. It's just this piddly crap. You know the destroying generations and I'm worried about whether somebody you know smoked marijuana, or does heroin or not. You know I'm just saying you know what, but the what's learned here. Is that even those with the resources and the incentive? Not that go to jail, you know. They use software that guy hack. I got Software Guy Hack I. Just WanNa be no this offer hack. You don't hear me Software Guy Hack so all this it's private. It's secure. It's it's it's it's. It's vulnerable, because it's like ones and zeroes, so that's the big thing got out of that because I was just like. Yeah, please. Oh, we started logo in the bus got. US On there you have it in the first in archived She's going to the bathroom or something, but the Oh.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on The CyberWire

"Review found. They hardly questioned. Why nap was necessary. Rather than a simpler reporting method though internal correspondent shows that DNC staffers were privy to discussions about the testing and rollout of the Technology Democratic National Committee representatives have consistently maintained that their only role was to ensure the cybersecurity of shadowing software and on the reliability side to create a backup system to double check the delegate math from the APP as a precaution. In case there was a hack if nothing else. The incident probably should teach everyone that security and reliability aren't necessarily the same thing assuming that Iowa reporter APP was as secure as such things can be the fact that it was unlikely to be hacked doesn't mean that it could be counted on to work as advertised. Which of course it didn't in what? Nikkei reads as a warning against attempting to meddle with the Tokyo Olympics. Japan's government has attributed the Softbank breach to Russia's Gru Prime Minister Abe government has sought improved relations with Moscow but the foreign ministry's attribution of the incident two Russian military intelligence suggests that Tokyo remains particularly sensitive to potential threats to the Olympic Games. The Games have been rushing target. Since the two thousand eighteen winter Olympics in South Korea animists against the World Anti doping authorities strictures against Russian teams. Seems to have provoked Moscow with motive enough to hack. Finally we return to the odd case of the Public Safety Hacker Madness poster the West Midlands police issued in the UK. The one that was immediately repudiated last week by the National Crime Agency the West Midlands. Police say they didn't do it. They tell you. Here's the tweet on the subject. The poster produced by a third party was created as an aide memoire to assist teachers with safeguarding and schools. It was taken from wider information on cyber tools. Which could be used to commit cyberattacks but equally have a legitimate purpose l? Okay so they SORTA did it. But let all who've never created an aide memoire cast the first stone.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on Smashing Security

Smashing Security

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on Smashing Security

"Run by outfit called camelot. In Great Britain. That would seem quite difficult to do. It's not that you're necessarily going to hack into the millions and millions which they have control over your gun hack into different user accounts and that actually is what happened. In late 2016. There was a guy in Notting Hill. The thing about this This book so timely comes in Tell it happened yesterday. Well there was this chap in Notting Hill. Not Hugh grant or a blow shit. What no none of that? His name was Anwar Batson and K.. And what he did was he downloaded that. Hack into the century and be any joined a WHATSAPP group devoted into hacking and he used an alias. The alias was rose gold. ooh And in that WHATSAPP group he met couple of other fellas and he produced them configuration file to run the hacking tool against the national luxury website. So the configuration tool basically customizes the tool specifically for this particular attack back and he wrote up a deal with them. Look what would do is we will split the proceeds of any money which you make from hacking into those accounts twenty sixteen and all the details. Yeah Yeah you're gonNA come today because and so it was in November twenty. Sixth National Lottery won't plays that around twenty six and a half. Two thousand accounts had been accessed and they forced a pulse would reset and this really had repercussions on the national lottery. Camelot to run the lottery. They say they spent two hundred thirty thousand quid investigating the attacks. Tighten up their security. They say two hundred and fifty customers closed used their accounts as a result of the bad publicity. I don't even understand what national lottery account would give you what you put money in every month to play. Is that how it works excursion details or you can have it. Cardi tells me nicer it takes money out every month to pay your lucky day right right every single week on the numbers who how Assay Yeah. It's it's a financial transaction website right okay and camera also paid out tens of thousands thousands because they were planning to have a staff training event and had to be postponed in the wake of the hack because everyone was required sort of deal Jio with the consequences of the hack in the repercussions and so they lost about forty thousand pounds. That way as well anyway Batson was arrested in May twenty seventeen look almost getting coming up to date by the National Crime Agency and initially. He denied he was involved in the attack. You said Oh no he said Oh so much devices. My computer my smartphone has been cloned cloned. There's a bunch of guys online that trolling me Shirley. No trolling trawling sends something they do. No always know people pretending to be rose that's not me. People are pretty. NCA officers examined is devices. They found conversations. The stations between rose gold and others on whatsapp where they discussed the hack in the buying the selling of US names and passwords. It's not I think that's the thing I find. Most surprising thing is that they trusted. What's up because back in two thousand sixteen? I don't think they had end to end encryption. So it seems like a weird channel to me. I think they were one of the first to bring on a Wendy. When did it but I think I may be wrong? Yeah I don't know I've never really used WHATSAPP. Some I'm I'm not saying has end to end encryption now does now yeah. As a a number of years you'll point very dull pitcher result great. Don't do the Lazzari. You're not on what saying you're gonNA tell us next on. Yeah come on seriously Tom. So Batson yes. He kept on claiming that he wasn't rose gold but the officers who was such an his house. fantail these clothes foods which are addressed to someone who has called himself rose gold. IRA things right. It is. It's a little quirk in the store as well when he was defendant himself. Wet We defense team. They were in court the end of last year and they were. They were asked to reduced character references. To say look. He's you know he's always been a very naughty boy. It's not his normal behavior he's very good and the judge was looking at these character references and he said these aren't really character references in relation to him committing a crime in fact put forward. We're actually references from a previous employer to to someone when he was applying for a job. And so you get to the court and the judge said Nikon just hand in these is character references because we all know that people lie on those things anyway often often right glad you saved me from the embarrassment should ever find myself in this situation because I would get like you know a client client saying she's Great. I think being on time ability to make good does not necessarily count as a character reference. Lena China maybe on the T. as long as it's not a suspicious car so batson ended up being convicted in relation to the hack of one particular national lottery account. He gave the user name and password over lottery player a certain Dr Ian in Bentley to one of his accomplices who stole the entire contents of the account and he by stole a grand total of thirteen eighteen pounds and bats split five pounds. No kidding you doing all this. He made a fiber. He made five pounds. which has now resulted in him? Getting a nine month sentence in jail so all I can say is that if you're finding London house prices robber expensive in con- afford to rent anywhere. Just five pounds will get you nine nine months free.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Marco Werman this is the world where a CO production of the BBC World Service W. G. B. H. Boston and PR X.. Customized Lamborghini's exotic cats three hundred thousand dollar weddings earnings. Those are just some of the things members of criminal cyber gang were able to afford to after getting rich from orchestrating some of the biggest cyber theft campaigns of the decade that's all according to officials in the US and the UK who've announced charges against two of its Russian members. Here's the world's Lydia mentally. Do their name. I'm is Evil Corp authorities have described them as the world's most harmful cybercrime group and yesterday the US Department of Justice announced criminal charges against their suspected ringleader. His name is Maxime Yackobitz. He's thirty two a Russian national who lives in Moscow. Here's Sir Brian Bench. Hausky who heads the Department of Justice's Criminal Division. He was speaking at a press conference yesterday. Yaacob that's is a true twenty-first-century Criminal who with the stroke of a key in the click of a mouse committed cybercrimes across the globe. He's earned his place on the F. B. I.'s list of the world's most I wanted cyber criminals according to officials yok obits employed dozens of people to run his operations from cafe basements in Moscow. They say that his criminal cyber gang used Mao aware to hack into the computers of some three hundred organizations in forty three three countries and they described their taxes indiscriminate they went after school district banking institutions small businesses and stole hundreds hundreds of millions of dollars over the past decade Yaacob Edson the members of his criminal network devised and implemented the kinds of criminal schemes so audacious Che's and sophisticated that they would be difficult to imagine if they were real. The charges announced this week are for alleged attacks here in the US less Evil Corp went after a dairy company in Ohio. A luggage storing New Mexico even an order of nuns. Each and every one of these computer intrusions was effectively. A Cyber Naval Bank robbery a second Russian national named eager to our chef was also indicted for us based attacks authorities in the UK where Evil Corp is accused of stealing hundreds of millions worked with US officials on this investigation videos it was released by the. UK's National Crime Agency show the lavish lifestyle Yackobitz and his associates apparently enjoyed thanks to the money. They allegedly allegedly stole a lifestyle Rob Jones Director of the agency's crime unit described as trash rich false 'cause behaving and acting like very flamboyant and extravagant.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"As she was interviewed another guest on Friday and we were talking about diversity in lots of areas but one one of them was experience. You know age I mean Sony see because I feel a little too long social engineers I feel old. You know it's Saddam Gain too many two degrees so I just wanted to develop that unit. That's really if you have feel like can you look back over all and so aside I knew do that we got here you know. I'm glad that the place Olin thank you surprised where we all now I mean did the Industry today Zetino the way he does it was I. I'm very positive about it. I mean tens of ages the last bastion of prejudice. They were allowed to be rude about people's age in a way that you can't be rude about anything else. Yeah that's why that's why comes to mind. I think twelve but but there are some industries. So I just said this with another gas biogas say God is is a French lawyer and she's very long time in law and she said that in the in the legal profession she says h wisdom is valued and she asked me if that was the case in our profession. And I didn't really have a good answer. Perhaps option divided better one well trial. VC inside but I know you're guessing that that is actually a lot to do with it because if you as you get I told you get weary and I'm not as you get older you become cynical and I try not to be an old agent treachery always overcome youth and enthusiasm. I was told Mandy. Yeah I wasn't planning L. but you do have foresees expedient i-mode but let me just go back I said early. I am hugely usually encouraged by what we've achieved as industry in the last twenty or thirty years I think the technical aspect of the of the Cyber Defense Environment is pretty much. There's not all we can't solve in terms of technology. I think we have good academia. We have excellent salon. Were being done in the government. The British government the National Scientists Security Center the National Crime Agency Cabinet Office. DCMS Home Office. You know. They're working together to produce world class solutions. I absolutely applaud everything. Anything doing I think it's too easier to nominees organizations that they have huge budgets. I agree but they also have huge huge and all his experience and they're doing great great things I think you. KP AP L. C. is in a very very good place. I think the only place where we all let down is by our Rhode cybersecurity practitioners. Who are still technically focused and our supply vendor community who in many cases not all but in many cases aces are entirely profit driven? I think oganizations the succeed of Endo's the succeed are the ones that work actively to help the so not just to sell to the so You know I always say that if you do a good job the money will follow and so I wanted to just end this by saying that I am hugely enthusiastic about what we've achieved and the opportunity. That still lies ahead. A lot of the lot of the power in making further progress lies in our own hands. We have to. We have to embrace the whole of the solution. Just just the technology pot and I think as well if we can break down this barrier. That's developed this crust exists establishing the user in the end. All we can break that down and show that you know the the vendors on on the enemy an ax to grind yet. You know I'm I'm It's tragic to see how it falls over because as this barrier between the two so yes I'm old and yes experience. REINCE is huge. Yes I've seen it all. I think I probably have more knowledge about cyber security than anybody else in the entire world but it's is to neutrons deep. I mean a lot a know about vigneault very little about a lot of it but it does give me a perspective of the landscape and hi I am not in the slightest bit is harmed by the progress that's been made an eyeing creasing the encouraged by the progress that is still being made because he's not perfect and I doubted ever will shop retiring anytime sued. Findlay Narita's readers. I can assure you I'm here for a lot longer. We we are here to answer. Follow all the exciting things that you do moss and I just want.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

FT Banking Weekly

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

"The Serious Fraud Office and the National Crime Agency but all say has big banks themselves including Standard Chartered H._S._B._C. Barclays these banks that have been fined for not having enough controls against financial crime and campaigning groups such pushes global witness and Corruption Watch say that this is akin to putting energy companies in charge of climate policy and basically accused the government of policy capture while I suppose we'll only know for sure if things improve approve or don't improve over the coming years and Carolina Brennan also had some quite interesting thoughts on artificial intelligence and the role that might play increasingly the future yeah a I is really budgeting area both for firms and the regulators themselves themselves. The F._C._C. has been using algorithms systems on a I to sport it would dub suspicious traits for awhile but will say the Bank of England quite recently unveiled that is also going to be deploying a and machine readable penalty he to make its vast amount of roles he von Stein. Who's the senior adviser tomorrow? Khani the governor of the Bank of England said that it's akin to supervisors receiving the whole works of Shakespeare every week to read so they're going to be deploying machinery scenery to pull penalty to try and make Bam masses of rules more digestible. Thanks for that insight. That's all for this week my thanks to David and caroline here and our guest Brandon Daniels from exit. Thank you for listening. Remember can keep up to date with all of the latest banking stories at F.. T. Dot com slash banking banking weekly was produced by Fiona Simon until next week goodbye..

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Chinese spacecraft makes first-ever landing on far side of the moon

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Chinese spacecraft makes first-ever landing on far side of the moon

"Gill has gone into hiding with his wife. The pair thought to have left the embassy in Rome in November does days before the end of the embassador posting their reported to be seeking asylum. The technology giant apple is blamed the economic slowdown in China for big drop in its sales. Forecasts in response. Apple shares dropped sharply. And after I was trading on Wall Street rotary. Kathleen Jones reports it's highly unusual for apple to say anything about its finances between quarterly results, so Tim Cook's letter to investors came as a bombshell. He warned them to expect revenue for the current quarter to be five billion dollars lower than predicted ascribing. Most of the problem to a slowdown in the Chinese economy exacerbated by the current trade tensions between China and the United States. But he's also clear that there are wider problems with the iphone high prices and a sense that the latest models of only marginal improvements have made consumers everywhere reluctant to upgrade officials in the south Indian state of Kerala say at least two hundred people including dozens of police officers have been injured in clashes conservative Hindu groups leading day of St.. Protests. They're angry that to women and to the well known temple sub Ramallah on Wednesday, ending a longstanding ban and women menstruating age. Here's is science Asia editor Jill mcgivering is called a general shutdown many shops and businesses are closed and transport services are at a standstill violence broke out as demonstrators clashed with police and buildings and vehicles were found allies d- on the surface. This is a religious dispute. Women want to exercise their legal right to worship at the Sabbath mala temple conservatives opposed them. But it's also political activists from the pro Hindu BJP blame the state's left-wing leaders for supporting the women and India faces general elections in a few months time world news from the BBC deadlock continues in Washington after discussions between President Trump and leaders of congress failed to resolve the budget dispute that's caused a partial government shutdown on Thursday. The Democrats take control of the house of representatives. They've promised to pass their own budget proposals. Excluding the president's key demand for funding to build a border wall with Mexico. More bodies have been recovered from the rubble of a Russian apartment block collapsed and Monday, bringing the number of confirmed down to thirty seven a suspected gas explosion demolish part of the ten to building. And the euro city of magnitude. Tsk? British police are questioning two men suspected of arranging the illegal movement of migrants across the channel the British government is blamed criminal gangs for recent surge in arrivals, and is questioned whether the migrants genuine asylum-seekers, Ben Ondo reports the national crime agency said the two people arrested in Manchester were thirty three year old from Iran and a British man aged twenty four since the start of November nearly two hundred and fifty people have reached the UK by boat though. None of been reported in the last forty eight hours. The home secretary subject Javid has described it as a major incident. He's now reported to have written to the Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson asking the Royal Navy to provide a patrol vessel. In a statement. The ministry of defence said it was ready to help out a yard has turned up off southern Australia nearly nine years after being abandoned storm by teenage American round the world sailor Abby Sunderland was just sixteen when she sat CEO from California and twenty two. Ten to try to become the youngest past never to circumnavigate the globe. Singlehanded? She had to give up her attempt. Five months later when yachts mast snapped in nine meter high waves epi said that seeing the vessel reappear after so long at brought back many memories. Good not so good BBC news. You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service. I'm Neil Rozelle. Started as a pinprick of light. Just another star in the firmament over months, the group, brighter becoming more and more distinct. Grew a tail like a comment, and then it grew larger and brighter still. Could be seen by day. Finally, it lit up the sky in a brilliant molten moment. And then. Darkness life on earth would never be the same. That happened sixty six million years ago, an asteroid more than ten kilometers wide slammed into earth starting a mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs. The same thing happening now. But this time the asteroid is us. So today, we're asking are we heading for another mass extinction. Hot one fog Magadan. A lot of people. Find them creepy. Our first

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"national crime agency" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"And how are they doing it? Well, it turns out that pretty easy to find their adverts for stolen accounts are all over social media. There's an entire network of buyers sellers and middleman operating completely out in the open some of these hackers or crackers as they call themselves a children as young as fourteen I spoke to one here in the UK who says he started as a victim himself. We've had his words reversed to make it easier on the air. I turned to Twitter, and I was approached by someone who said they could sell me an account for twenty five. I guess I started seeing these accounts more frequently from people people. So I just crack once and I think in a day session. I'll go over a thousand new accounts. He says he's mainly a middleman now selling on cracked accounts, he knows he's breaking the law and says he wants to stop soon. This is how they do it crackers by huge. Lists of us names and passwords that have been published online by other hackers who carried out data breaches in the past. They use a tool to import them into the fortnight logging in folk when they get a successful hit. They take over the account and make it difficult or even impossible for the true owner to get access. Can you hear me? Hello. He's one of the game's most prolific hackers. He's from savannah, he's seventeen and he agreed to speak to me. But only if we met inside the game. He let me Bank statements that show some of the accounts he cells can be worth hundreds of pounds this despite the accessories not giving a player any advantage in the game. We've had his words voiced by an actor a kind of understand why people would like these accounts because it's always nice to have something that your friends don't have overall. I made sixteen thousand years that would be a valid amount for the Christmas break, I expect per week to make two thousand other minimum. What you're doing is a crime right as we're chatting away. It becomes clear that I'm talking to one of the most hardcore crackers out there. He breaks into major databases to steal even more user names and passwords, but the thing is the authorities say they are watching and they're worried that cracking is leading these young hackers into more serious cybercrime eighth and Thomas is the youngest ever recruit for the UK's national crime agency. He's a gamer himself these individuals that think that they are. Thomas makes him realize that they have one of these offices north meadow. Just the compromise of a four could cover the section one of the computer. Which is up to two years imprisonment. The national crime agency is asking game makers to do more to stop this kind of hacking taking place on their platforms. One thing. They're reluctant to do though is encourage any technical changes. We've spoken to hackers who told us that their businesses would end overnight if the platform in forced two factor authentication, this is where you attach your mobile phone to your account to prove who you are. Ethic. The company behind fortnight hasn't commented on our investigation. But the game maker says it's working to improve security. It also encourages and rewards players who take steps to increase their account protection. In the meantime, the game's popularity grows daily and the teenage hackers continue to make a killing. Stories stuff, isn't it soon as you can make money out of anything these days cybersecurity reporter Joe tidy. Now.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"Between fifteen and twenty seventeen and the national crime agency has been told that they're grants back to number of criminal offenses have being committed getting all selves dome for contempt of kills. I'm serious. I'm out there is this. I mean, we were talking on the show a couple of weeks ago how so the metropolitan police copied and investigating Russian interference in the referendum. The seems to be very different months. It is impossible to know. And if you speculate the moment, what is clear is that banks has routinely on the plate here meeting Russian official. He said he only had one or anything like that. Then turn into four as the facts came out. He has had extensive contact is rushing individuals. And the question is why I mean, he has a Russian wife, but having a Russian wife alone does not really mean that you co your objective so much interest to Russian diplomats and officials. They apparently offered him all kinds of interests and diamond mines and and things like that. And the question is why banks as usual has thumbed his nose at the authorities. He said he's comfortable the full and Frank investigation will finally put an end to ludicrous allegations levelled against me, and my colleagues deal actual commission has released no evidence to the clinic. We house produce enough evidence to get him with it to the national crime agency. Yes. But the actual. Mission of by south. Of course is being pretty toothless. Oh, but know for us rates unfold, necessarily, but because it simply doesn't have the remix, and it doesn't have any experience dealing with anything like this before. And that's why it had to refer the matter to the national crime agency sitting at PISA said, they believe Brexit should be on hold until the Levy you investigation is concluded is that in any way likely. No, it isn't. I mean Brexit is a drug nod. It can't be put on hold like that. There's no way you can stop it. Now, there's just so much moving towards these much momentum behind it right now. So that's not realistic. And I didn't reversing the referendum result had much people talk about is realistic either what you can argue for. I think rate is typically is for a second referendum for people. So it the whole problem with and that tribe to which is what this comes down to ultimately. Because what was the eight million pads that? It was spent on inaction appetizing are predominantly on Facebook. No problem with that. I think is that it is an accountable in until recently Facebook made no attempt to try to identify as such and no attempt to monitor it and in any case an action advertising of any kind on or off line in Britain is not accountable that is to say that you can promise anything, and you can't be held to capris where you can complaints the advertising standards society. If your washing powder, doesn't do what it says in the ad vest. You cannot you cannot say that when you make win election promises. A mate is a free fall in this is what has been exploited. And this is what makes it so difficult fundamentally to. To reverse the idea of reference because the promises that were made a not necessarily going to be kept as we know from the red bus and the three hundred fifty million Paseo NHS claim it's very very murky. We'll let me know about the constitutional position because my understanding is a total Barak Graham lay is not ironically because the referendum was formally an advisory referendum. It's possible through Goldman's door any conclusion, it wishes incentive legislation from advise, and that will actually eagle basis to reverse it, even if it is discovered he's warm sake on it. That's one thing connects yet another view is that there is an under various international treaties. It can be reheard, but fundamentally the low here is so difficult, and there is little president because we don't have historically very many referendum UK. We haven't had one that's been controversial that I would certainly I would struggle to see any legal case. That could make an impact before March twenty nine hundred..

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"national crime agency" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"Hello. I'm Dave doing it shows again, this is Andre housing from Romania X. No sooner had be finished coding the show. Then of course, the big news story breaks. It is the reporting of Arran banks Levy us banks to the national crime agency by the electoral commission survey of rotation from the shop rose gives the quick pricey fest of exactly what was happening take not just Aaron banks being reported is a bunch of people. Banks. It's Bill ni associate of well and the basically allegation center around where the eight million pounds of we've been very leave organization came from. It's came according to bags his own account from his from is own Bank catch and when the DCMS Colette committee Optima fee Alevi you had been funded with bread by the Russian by any chance. He said yet. So there you go airbags imagine likes to say yet. But it is not as clear, and it has the subject of the investigation where this eight million pounds came from because it couldn't seem to have been. He's businesses didn't seem to be performing that. Well, however, what does seem to be clear is that it was it came through a company based in the man called rock holdings, which was one of. Aaron banks many interests. And the question is whether this was legal off, it wasn't trailing go because as far as the the electoral law is concerned the either side not count at the place from which you can make actual donation because it operates under a different system for the rest of the UK. Yeah. Obviously, everyone has to tread rather than this. Because it's it is under investigation, but were huge approach across the press this morning in some detail, particularly in the maleable places talking about bunches meetings with Russian ficials, including the Russian ambassador Alexi, yucca. Vanco hope I'm pronouncing like directly.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Now is the time is. Approaching six o'clock let's get you up to date with, the latest news headlines his thank you coming up home sex assault on child abuse IS's Afghan UK link-up and just how low has X-factor sunk across, the UK online and. On Talk radio on the, our news headlines at. Least eight hundred thousand people in the UK, a thought, to pose a sexual threats to children online, the starts are available the head of. A speech by the home secretary she Javid who will outline his personal, mission to tackle child abuse one hundred and thirty one people have been. Arrested in a crackdown including teachers a children's entertainer. And a former police officer Andrew Perez is from the NS PCC he now need to see. A coordinated response from government from law enforcement but crucially all from industry dragged. The heels in, the last few years and that's, why we want to see the government, now stepping we need starch regulation, of social networks so that they have to. Keep children safe there's no specific intelligence connecting Islamic state in Afghanistan with groups in. The UK the government says the terror organizations planning attacks here it being seen as a direct threat an extra four hundred, and forty British troops are being deployed to the country bringing the total number to around eleven Two. Hundred firefighters are still battling a huge blaze at. One of Liverpool's most famous landmarks the right hand side of the Littlewoods pools building which has. Stood empty since two thousand three has been severely damaged a twenty two year. Old man on, the transplant waiting list is told, talk radio his life is on permanent, hold while he's kept alive by, a heart pump is run on electric city so I have a nice our soul Battery life by, day and moments or plugged, into the mains in in the wool at night so it's, quite a an orthodox whereas letting, Jim linski from list to share is, urging people to, join the, organ, donation register as it emerged around three thousand operations couldn't take place in the last, year, because families refused to give their relatives organs and the new series of x. Factor is, got its lowest rating since the show began. Fourteen years ago an average of five point seven million people tuned in. For the, opening, show on Saturday despite the new panel.

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80,000 people in UK pose sex threat to children online, according to National Crime Agency

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

80,000 people in UK pose sex threat to children online, according to National Crime Agency

"Across, the UK online and. On Talk radio on the, our news headlines at. Least eight hundred thousand people in the UK, a thought, to pose a sexual threats to children online, the starts are available the head of. A speech by the home secretary she Javid who will outline his personal, mission to tackle child abuse one hundred and thirty one people have been. Arrested in a crackdown including teachers a children's entertainer. And a former police officer Andrew Perez is from the NS PCC he now need to see. A coordinated response from government from law enforcement but crucially all from industry dragged. The heels in, the last few years

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James Gunn Fired as Director of 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3'

Today

01:54 min | 2 years ago

James Gunn Fired as Director of 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3'

"Have long. Called for greater protection under the law the new president Megan the canal is seeking to preserve the socialist character of the q. Urban revolution well boosting the long stagnant. Economy, on the island to dodge men have been charged in connection with a major seizure of cocaine in the English channel consignment was found aboard a yacht Tom singleton reports a border force cutter intercepted. The of the south west coast of Cornwall the vessel was escorted into Newlyn. Harbour on Thursday where national crime agency offices unloaded a number of. Large parcels, the Haba was closed for several hours while the bums got investigated an item found on board the NCAA says the quantity and value of the drugs are covered on not yet known, but it's described it, as a major seizure to Dutch men aged fifty nine and forty four have been. Charged with drug, importation, offenses they are due to a payment Bristol magistrates court later today The US film director James Gunn has, been sacked by Disney for posting offensive messages on Twitter. Up, to ten years ago gun who was to direct the third guardians of the galaxy film has apologized for the messages which included jokes about rape. And paedophilia Peter reports from Los, Angeles according to Allen horn the chairman of Walt Disney studios the offensive attitudes and statements. Discovered on James guns Twitter feed were indefensible and inconsistent with the studios values, the director has apologized he said. His words of nearly a decade ago were at the time totally. Failed on unfortunate efforts to. Be provocative the posts which have since been deleted were brought to light by the conservative, website the daily caller and widely shared Mr. gun has been an outspoken. Critic of Donald. Trump files released today by the Margaret Thatcher. Foundation show house Denis Thatcher vetted the guest list for.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"To some financial issues this cyber component would possibly there have been alligators packing and there is of course the harvesting of data the use of the day of how they obtain data from facebook and how they used it and this kind of runs parallel to a another investigation that's going on in britain by their national crime agency which is looking into hacking which is looking into destruction of evidence and a whole range of kind of issues no is this connected to the molar pro so that's not clear about we know that that that the muller's people from others team questioned to cambridge on lyrical executives december we don't know what went beyond that muller's team is obviously pretty tight lipped and exactly what relationship here and if there is any just isn't clear right now and understand the investigators have contacted facebook as well they have and look i think i want to be clear that the people we've spoken to and facebook don't appear to be targeted this investigation these are witnesses it would be natural to be in touch with facebook's the data was taken from them and they would it would know a lot about it and have locked provide and possibly add there and in the introduction we mentioned the company did work for the trump campaign other republican candidates who know the investigation touches either the trump campaign or any campaign at all i so that's that's also you know one of the big questions here rush the company was owned the us people own a company were robert mercer and his daughter rebecca it's vice president with steven k bannon you know these guys have tremendous influence in republican politics and and any investigations of the company is is they are going to be drawn into it so i mean the the kind of the bottom line this hour you know as you said rightly there's a lot but still to be learned the bottom line is cambridge analytic has certainly not out of the woods yet not even close i mean this is an early beginning of investing.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The tonight and his aren't as good as they used to pay could be that or something he charitable temper six serious organized crime is now affecting more people in this country than any other security threat that is what the national crime agency is saying dominant cassiani is our home affairs correspondent what does that mean serious organized crime dominate what is organized crime well john serious organized crime is actually changing all the time he read these annual reports on national crime agency in essence what they are now talking about is less of the kind of like alka poems setups from a century ago in america a more about small criminal networks which almost on an ad hoc basis will come together and then break apart to make profit from whatever pays before them they can make some cash from so at the moment therefore about four thousand six hundred organized crime groups in the uk some of them are very small they'll be involved in in in local crimes such as drug dealing through cities but others international in scope that organized themselves across borders and critically also leveraging the internet through using yet encrypted tools such as chat apps operate from over borders one member of the gang in one country and in the uk to help for instance traffic people into modern day slavery perhaps to take part in cybercrime by setting up a website which can then be used to help targets businesses and perhaps most importantly in terms of public safety as well increase the likelihood of firearms being smuggled into the uk across the channel that's a particular concern at the moment for the for the agency and the answer to it is whoa the skated the problem the ncaa says is now.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"To take down the bbc website so that it was no longer serviceable they could simply use this this pay the money fire at the bbc service and the website would come down money ranging from as daedalus fifteen dollars they could provide that service and obviously there were almost a gold silver bronze level of service you could pay for how much damage did this do well as an example i'm part of the investigation has identified as subject we believed was responsible for causing catstrophic damage to the uk banking sector in november of last year and there was a period of time when the banks simply weren't able to provide a service or tentatively were having spent a lot of money to keep their sights open so the customers such as you and i could do our on my banking the way that we're we're expecting to do so with this ransomware with this essentially just a wanton acts of vandalism in itself it's not ransomware but what such tall enable people to do is to conduct a denial of service attack against given victim and we have seen instance of individuals thing going directly to the company and extorting them in order to stop that attack so i will continue to attack you an issue pay me x amount of money are you able to tell me how you manage to track the people down involved in web stressor within the national crime agency we'd identified some significant intelligence and then in collaboration with the dutch place and utilizing the benefits of europol we were able to pull together all the different countries where we saw there was a part of the jigsaw and each country then built the evidence around their own paul jigsaw so the ultimate we could put it all together and see the entire picture this has taken some year or so in the making so it's a long time coming but you know cybercriminals often think that they're untouchable but there are traces and ultimately with collaboration we're able to find them.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"To take down the bbc website so that it was no longer serviceable they could simply use this this pay the money fire at the bbc service and the website would come down money ranging from as daedalus fifteen dollars they could provide that service and obviously there were almost a gold silver bronze level of service you could pay for how much damage did this do well as an example i'm part of the investigation has identified as subject we believed was responsible for causing catstrophic damage to the uk banking sector in november of last year and there was a period of time when the banks simply weren't able to provide a service or tentatively were having spent a lot of money to keep their sights open so the customers such as you and i could do our on my banking the way that we're we're expecting to do so with this ransomware with this essentially just a wanton acts of vandalism in itself it's not ransomware but what such tall enable people to do is to conduct a denial of service attack against given victim and we have seen instance of individuals thing going directly to the company and extorting them in order to stop that attack so i will continue to attack you an issue pay me x amount of money are you able to tell me how you manage to track the people down involved in web stressor within the national crime agency we'd identified some significant intelligence and then in collaboration with the dutch place and utilizing the benefits of europol we were able to pull together all the different countries where we saw there was a part of the jigsaw and each country then built the evidence around their own paul jigsaw so the ultimate we could put it all together and see the entire picture this has taken some year or so in the making so it's a long time coming but you know cybercriminals often think that they're untouchable but there are traces and ultimately with collaboration we're able to find them.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Try and a pilot catien and be then um try and so and so we'll probably father would lead to venture that he uh identification so um that would include uh really close and then ashes of of data wall spin say uh uh where we should be picked him solid we think he's he's um approaching music tim's that tomba thanks so principally was gum sri in the uk that where where victims were mainly found was i one of his suggests willing t t uh uh option options walls schools this person bites in the uk that left me with i i suspect kulov between up to thirty two million people very mind that there were two million u k miles i got you've eighteen in the uk and then it's a case of whitman down um type relying on call on colleagues and on um on those across the world to try and find every every way in which we could just admits that needle in that well you did in the end and under thank you yes you did mss and and senior investigating officer at the national crime agency congratulations to you that fantastic work painstaking work this looks jimmy butler now author of the dark net up jamie i can i ask you really janet and john crushing it will i go on my ipad on the phone or or the all the competes here at home and i you know i i click on an put my idea in and then i go to say google or my mail i'm on i'm on the nets but what is the difference team will sign you know i'm doing all google and the dark net and how to people get to it in a dog so it's an increase of the internet so you.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The campaign against sex robots fused with the campaign against militarized robots which i support that campaign us that makes sense let's not have the robots that do the killing yes okay slog killer robot right we can argue on that we can agree on that one but the question of sex robots is a much more interesting subject because i think there are some reasons why people should be concerned about sex robots i don't think they are the reasons why they've given us so far in this list here which is to say that they believed that sex robots are somehow going to increase prostitute or i'm still not even sure what they're saying about the process so i'm reading their research paper and they're saying that it would actually wind up increasing uh prostitution right some people say that it would help reduce quote however studies have found that the introduction of new technologies supporting contributes to the expansion of the sex industry there are more women employed by the sex that sex industry than at any other time in history prostitution and pornography production also rises with the growth of the internet in 1995 point six percent of men reported having paid for sex at some point in their lifetime by the year two thousand that number increased to eight point eight percent these figures are likely even higher due to the reluctance of people actually admitting having ever paid for session as the buying of sex relies on only acknowledging the need of the buyer it is no surprise that children also suffer as a consequence the national crime agency in the uk has identified on the web at new source of threat to children including the proliferation.

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"national crime agency" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"national crime agency" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"All right so we've been talking about the campaign against sex robots are not to be confused with the campaign against militarized robots which i support that campaign us that makes sense let's not have the robots that do the killing yes okay slog killer robot where we can we can agree on that one but the question of sex robots is a much more interesting subject because i think there are some reasons why people should be concerned about sex robots i don't think they're the reasons why they've given us so far in this list here which is to say that they believed that sex robots are somehow going to increase prostitute or i'm still not even sure what they're saying about the process so i mean reading their research paper and they're saying that it would actually wind up increasing prostitution right some people say that it would help reduce quote however studies have found that the introduction of new technologies supporting contributes to the expansion of the sex industry there are more women employed by the sex sex industry than at any other time in history prostitution and pornography production also rises with the growth of the internet in 1995 point six percent of men reported having paid for sex at some point in their lifetime by the year two thousand that number increased to eight point eight percent k these figures are likely even higher due to the reluctance of people actually admitting having ever paid for censure as the buying of sex relies on only acknowledging the need of the buyer it is no surprise that children also suffer as a consequence the national crime agency in the uk has identified on the web at new source of threat to children including the proliferation.

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