The Silk Road: The Rise and Fall of the World's Largest Online Black Market
jgalaat December 15,2016 Smartphones contain a lot of data especially with the newer phones embedded with bio-metrics. There are multiple apps that are paid tools to silently monitor people using mic and camera to trace activities along with GPS information. But this video shows excellent way for forensics to get into the device to carve data.
ahammes12at December 16,2016
This is certainly a violation of personal security and corporate security as well. It’s no wonder we have become so habituated to smart phones and their ability to keep downloading fairly simple. Fake apps are a growing epidemic and can easily affect millions of people worldwide.
Lat December 16,2016 So the only thing standing between you and malware is one click. Be aware of what you are clicking on. This video shows just the tip of the iceberg, but the advice is still relevant today.
akiat December 16,2016 Mobile devices are rapidly overtaking home devices in the number of users. Research estimates more than six billion smartphone users by 2020. These devices are replacing personal computers at home and in the workplace for everything from web surfing to ecommerce transactions to online banking. Securing these devices should be a top priority both in business and personal use.
ftj258at January 27,2017 It is scary how easy it is to infiltrate the entire network and take control. The sci-fi movies about digital crime are no longer fictitious. It is becoming real more and more and people so easily downloading apps for fitness, for heath concerns, banking and various other reasons are not helping either. The scariest part about the video is that the woman who was on her lunch break was totally innocent, and yet her one small mistake is the cause of the entire network of her work place to be affected. I feel that the more popular an app, browser, device it is the more vulnerable it would be. A chrome browser with billions of user would be appealing to the hacker than a browser with only couple of users.