• FBI: Facebook Investigations – Astronomy Club
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    FBI: Facebook Investigations – Astronomy Club

    All right. So who’s our target? Jen Black. Age 26. This civilian went on Facebook to check if she was single, but no relationship status. Back in my day, 2006, a relationship status actually meant something. Jen thinks we’re just coworkers, but I think she’s the one. Can you guys help? Of course. We about to Facebook stalk the shit out of her. All right. Looking through her profile pictures, but they’re just nature shots and art drawings. She’s so mysterious. I love it. She did recently attend an event called couple’s salsa dancing. Any of her Facebook friends attend? There’s a comment from a Gary Cox. Can’t wait to…

  • WOW! Secret Recording Leaked, Kanye Dragon Energy Breaks Twitter, MKBHD Exposes Gal Gadot, & More
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    WOW! Secret Recording Leaked, Kanye Dragon Energy Breaks Twitter, MKBHD Exposes Gal Gadot, & More

    Sup you beautiful bastards hope you’re having a fantastic Wednesday welcome back to the philip defranco show and let’s just jump into it. And the first thing I want to talk about today is actually a quick update around Marcus Meacham AKA Count Dankula and his free speech situation We talked about him earlier this week of course he’s had 2 years of legal battle, hosted a joke video where he was turning his girlfriend’s dog into a Nazi to ruin the dog for his girlfriend who’s arrested, there was a threat of real jail time and he was found guilty of committing a hate crime. And earlier this week…

  • Interns & Social Media: A Goldmine for Hackers
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    Interns & Social Media: A Goldmine for Hackers

    With summer on the way, a fresh crop of Gen Z interns will soon be getting security badges and credentials at companies around the world. This new crop of interns could be a hidden security risk. Gen Z often shares much of their lives on social media, but when they post pictures of themselves happily working at their new job, they can reveal information that could be used to help hackers plan their attacks. How do I know this? Because I’m one of them. My name’s Stephanie, aka Snow. Companies hire me and my team at IBM X-Force Red to break into their buildings and their network, to find holes…

  • 10 Tips for Social Media Safety
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    10 Tips for Social Media Safety

    Do you ever fear that someone will hack into your social media account? What if they were to steal your identity? Well, here are 10 tips for social media safety so that you can get a better sleep at night… so listen up! Become familiar with the privacy policies of the social media sites that you use. Delete, delete, delete! Customize your computer’s internet settings to prevent it from storing unnecessary cache or history. Do not click on suspicious links. Verify a friend’s profile before accepting a friend request. Customize your social media privacy settings to control who sees what. Be sure to log off once you are done using…

  • Hackers Find Missing People For Fun | Freethink Digital Detectives
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    Hackers Find Missing People For Fun | Freethink Digital Detectives

    what do you what do you think happened I have a father that is missing since 1988 on Father's Day every year hundreds of thousands of people go missing people like Natalie's father the police told us are the only thing we can do it's reported missing I was so upset there aren't enough resources for the police to find everyone so people like Natalie are left to search for their missing people on their own but now a group called trace labs brings together hackers from around the world to use their skills to find real missing people they've turned it into a game where participants find clues in…

  • Hackers & Cyber Attacks: Crash Course Computer Science #32
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    Hackers & Cyber Attacks: Crash Course Computer Science #32

    hi I'm Kerry Ann and welcome to crash course computer science last episode we talked about the basics of computer security principles and techniques used to keep computer systems safe and sound but despite our best efforts the news is full of stories of individuals companies and governments getting cyber attacked by hackers people who with their technical knowledge break into computer systems not all hackers are bad though there are hackers who hunt for bugs and try to close security holes in software to make systems safer more resilient they're often hired by companies and governments to perform security evaluations these hackers are called white hats they're the good…