Carders & Skimming - Turning credit card theft to cash
tristayifeiat April 10,2015 I felt scary when the video talks about hackers hack into your wearable devices to steal your user name, password, and credit card info via drones. The economy of cybercrime is increasing, since you can buy products on the black market to reach your target. Also the law enforcement for cybercrime should process hardly. People themselves should be sensitive to their devices as well.
gmazurat April 21,2015 The more connected we become, the more attack vectors we create for nefarious actors with malicious intent. There will always be hackers, the disruptive thinkers, who desire to break things or use items for something other than the intended use. I am thankful for those white hat hackers. They are the folks fixing the flaws and pushing the evolution of technology. However, for every white hat hacker there are at least that many or more black hat who just want to break things at the best case, just to break them, or worse case use their skills to cause injury either physical or financial
klevanat May 05,2015 Drones as an attack vector - cool but yes also scary. Though it doesn't seem as the drone itself is the problem it just makes it easier for the attacker to place a sniffer or interaction device easier.
djohns54at May 07,2015 At any rate, it would take law enforcement agencies and private organizations to work together to thwart cyber crime. But with the recent on-set of going dark where Apple will not give FBI and other agencies the encryption keys it needs to capture traffic that they're lawfully allowed to obtain; can cause a growing problem. While users want privacy, companies want to give them privacy and be the best product on the market, they're not willing to fore go customer trust for the piece of mind of law enforcement because as we seen before, not even the law enforcement and intelligence agencies use their powers in ethical manners.
pseagrenat July 02,2015 I believe the availability of technology and information has allowed such technologies as altering drones, hacking into watches and cell phone. Just as fast as technology moves, there are always those who are working to beat the manufacturers by finding the backdoors and hacking the original software and firmware. When you combine this with the availability of dark net, it makes it very easy for criminal and hackers to rent or buy botnets, malware kits, network information, and personal data. All of this has led us to where we are today. That is a scary thought. Is your computer secure right now?