Jan 232012
 

0 Computer Security and Protection for your Laptop or Desktop PC by Alain Hernandezhttp://computeraces.net Computer Security and Protection for your Laptop or Desktop PC by Alain Hernandez

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Dec 092011
 

0 D3 Perf Builds for Security and Personel VehiclesD3 Bespoke power kits are catered vehicle specific to allow for the driver and/or manufacturer to choose what components matter the most. Performance builds are confidential and are designed to be maintained with standard sized parts should a failure on the field occur.
For more information please contact the D3 team at 562-595-8518.

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Oct 032011
 

0 TSA, Police Officers Bribed by Drug DealerThree federal Transportation Security Administration officers and two other law enforcement officers were arrested on charges of accepting cash or gift cards in exchange for permitting prescription drug dealers to move tens of thousands of highly addictive painkiller pills and cash proceeds from the illegal sales through airports and highways.

The TSA officers, based at airports in Florida and New York, and a Westchester County, N.Y., police officer allowed the oxycodone through airport security, authorities said Tuesday. A Florida state trooper accepted cash and checks for ensuring dealers could freely transport the pills and cash proceeds by car through that state, prosecutors said.

The TSA officers, Christopher Allen, 45, of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.; John Best, 30, of Port St. Lucie, Fla.; and Brigitte Jones, 48, of the Bronx, N.Y., were charged with conspiring to distribute and possessing with intent to distribute oxycodone. The New York police officer, Michael Brady, 36, and the Florida trooper, Justin Kolves, 28, face the same charges; their hometowns were not released.

The arrested man revealed that over the past year he had regularly purchased thousands of oxycodone pills from suppliers in Florida, transported the oxycodone to Connecticut by plane or car and sold the pills to Connecticut-based drug dealers. He flew from Florida to New York more than 65 times, according to an affidavit.

The man allegedly told authorities he provided cash and gift cards to certain TSA officers who screened passengers and luggage at Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach, Fla., and Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y, to ensure he could pass through airport security while he carried oxycodone pills. He also said he paid Brady more than $20,000 to ensure he could carry large quantities of cash from the sales through airport security.

The man said he provided cash to Kolves, the Florida trooper, and gave checks to the trooper’s fiancee, in exchange for the trooper’s assurance that individuals who transported drugs or cash would not be detained by law enforcement while driving through central Florida.

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/tsa_officers_arrested_on_drug_charges_hyGeqc8GW8r27TFmGcMX6K#ixzz1XwEH1Q00

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Aug 292011
 

0 Josephine Teo commented on SMRT security breach   20Aug2011SINGAPORE: Minister of State for Transport Josephine Teo has said the Land Transport Authority (LTA) will not hesitate to penalise SMRT following a second security breach at its train depot.

She said the government adopts a zero-tolerance attitude of such incidents in order to ensure the security of Singapore’s transport system and commuters.

Mrs Teo was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a joint emergency preparedness exercise at the Circle Line’s (CCL’s) yet-to-be opened stations on Saturday morning.

It was the morning peak hour and more than 400 passengers were packed on a train heading between one-north and Buona Vista stations.

A fire broke out and smoke started to fill the air. Help arrived within minutes and commuters were evacuated, while casualties were attended to promptly.

It was all part of a simulated exercise to test the ability of the CCL Operations Control Centre (OCC) and emergency personnel to manage a crisis situation efficiently.

Mrs Teo said such scenarios stressed the importance of being prepared.

This mindset must be reinforced given the recent intrusion at Bishan Depot where a train was vandalised with graffiti, she said.

“Like many Singaporeans, I was very disturbed by the security breach at SMRT’s Bishan Depot. Although no one was hurt, it is a very serious incident which should not have happened. Things that have to do with human error can always be prevented,” she added.

She said “any breach is one too many”.

SMRT said the intrusion went undetected as CCTV recordings revealed that the security guards did not carry out night-time patrols near the fences as required.

The operator was slapped with the maximum fine of S$50,000 after a similar incident took place at Changi Depot in May last year.

It was also asked to beef up security as recommended by the Public Transport Security Committee.

Meanwhile, structural works at Changi Depot have been delayed.

SMRT said the works were delayed as a water pipe had to be relaid after four PUB high-tension cables were discovered during the installation of the fence. Works are expected to be completed by the end of next month.

At the Bishan Depot, works are slated to begin only this month. They include a steel-welded mesh fencing and a Fence Intrusion Detection System (FIDS). Together with CCTVs, these will reduce the reliance on manned patrols and act as an additional layer of defence.

When asked if LTA should impose a specific timeline on SMRT to complete all security recommendations, Mrs Teo said she expects SMRT to fill any gaps in security immediately. After investigations are complete, authorities will decide on the next course of action.

Addressing concerns that the vandalism act could have been linked to the recent announcement of a fare hike which will take effect this October, Mrs Teo dismissed it, saying “it’s quite far-fetched to draw a link” between the two.

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Aug 132011
 

0 Kocher Says China Cant Be Blamed for Hacker AttacksAug. 11 (Bloomberg) — Paul Kocher, president of Cryptography Research, talks about threats to computer security.ΒΆ
Hackers based in China spent five years ransacking the computer networks of the United Nations, multinational corporations, the Olympic committees of several countries and the U.S. and Canadian governments, two security companies said. He speaks with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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Jul 122011
 

0 Yau Says News of the World Closure May Be for RebrandingJuly 8 (Bloomberg) — Patrick Yau, a media analyst at Peel Hunt, talks about News Corp.’s decision to close the News of the World newspaper amid phone-hacking allegations and its potential impact on Rupert Murdoch’s company.
He speaks with Owen Thomas on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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Jul 062011
 

0 Remove Security Shield or Personal Shield Pro for freeSecurity Shield/Personal Shield Pro is a form of computer malware that appears to be a legitimate security program, which it isn’t, it does a “scan” for threats on your computer, and once it finds these “threats”, it will ask you to pay to remove them, but this is all fake, it’s trying to trick you into giving out your credit card details!

Do not fall for this scam, this video will show you how to remove this program before it ruins your computer.

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I recommend updating and scanning with this program every day.

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