Silk Road and the online drugs trade - Truthloader Investigates
Taylorlouat December 14,2016 Even though this video was comical, it still had a great message about how people should be more proactive in their security measures. He mentioned how much information can be gathered from a single picture. I remember reading a news story that was published within the last few years and there were warnings about posting statuses or pictures of being vacation on social media because criminals were using this information as a real simple form of reconnaissance to determine when people weren't home. Then they would be take advantage of this knowledge to break into their homes. Most people don't even consider this as they post and most likely see it as a way to share moments with family and friends but it can be danger if accounts are probably secured.
CyberRangerat December 15,2016 Criminals have always been ahead. Investigators is a reactive field something has to happen.How can you be proactive to prevent the next attack or exploit? Check your settings before you install anything.
kkelaniat December 15,2016 Knowledge is important especially computer but can it be used to edify and not hurt people? Who will want to pay a cybercriminal to attack them?
jgalaat December 15,2016 The video depicts how criminals can pull tricks to attack. Although the comical side is heavy on this video but teaches a lot of stuff. It even shows that how the blackmarket in cyberspace helps criminals to get paid. Social engineering has became a crucial aspect to launch emotional attacks on a person to multiple scenario's.
jjlinserat December 16,2016 This is a nice overview of the malware that's out there and the effects it has in the community. It was cool to see how malware is distributed. Things got real interesting when he talked about tracking a group of hackers which they finally caught (spoiler alert). That must have been intense.