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  1. Bipo

    Red Gate SmartAssembly 7.2.1.2972

    This is a trail ? or crack ?
  2. Europol Shuts Down 'Imminent Monitor' RAT Operations With 13 Arrests The law November 29, 2019Mohit Kumar In a coordinated International law enforcement operation, Europol today announced to shut down the global organized cybercrime network behind Imminent Monitor RAT, yet another hacking tool that allows cybercriminals to gain complete control over a victim's computer remotely. The operation targeted both buyers and sellers of the IM-RAT (Imminent Monitor Remote Access Trojan), which was sold to more than 14,500 buyers and used against tens of thousands of victims across 124 countries. The infrastructure and front-end sale website of the Imminent Monitor have also been seized as part of this operation, making the Trojan unusable for those who already bought it, as well as unavailable for the new users. Promoted as a legitimate remote administration framework, the hacking tool was widely used to unauthorisedly access targeted users' computers and steal their login credentials for online banking and other financial accounts. According to Europol's press release, authorities also executed search warrants in June this year against the developer and an employee of IM-RAT in Australia and Belgium, likely with an aim to identify re-sellers and users of the tool. Moreover, 13 of the most prolific customers of IM-RAT were also arrested in Australia, Colombia, Czechia, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. The law enforcement officials have also seized more than 430 devices from the customers and continued forensic analysis of a large number of computers and IT equipment. Once installed, IM-RAT gives attackers full control over victims' computers, allowing them to carry out various malicious actions, listed below, without the victims' knowledge: recording keystrokes, stealing data and passwords from browsers, spying on victims via their webcams, download/execute files, disabling anti-virus and anti-malware software, terminate running processes, and perform dozens of other actions. IM-RAT was considered to be a dangerous threat due to its features, ease of use, and low cost of as little as $25 with lifetime access. "We now live in a world where, for just US$25, a cybercriminal halfway across the world can, with just a click of the mouse, access your personal details or photographs of loved ones or even spy on you," says Steven Wilson, Head of Europol's European Cybercrime Centre (EC3). "The global law enforcement cooperation we have seen in this case is integral to tackling criminal groups who develop such tools. It is also important to remember that some basic steps can prevent you from falling victim to such spyware: we continue to urge the public to ensure their operating systems and security software are up to date." The law enforcement believes that the number of IM-RAT victims falls in tens of thousands, with "investigators having already identified evidence of stolen personal details, passwords, private photographs, video footage, and data." In a similar joint operation by International law enforcement agencies, the cybercrime network of another remote access Trojan, called Luminosity Link, was also dismantled two years ago. In Luminosity Link case, a 21-year-old developer of the tool was arrested and sentenced to 30 months in prison for his role in unlawfully accessing computers, money laundering, and illegal removal of property to prevent its lawful seizure. To avoid falling victims to such threats, individual users and organizations are recommended to follow some necessary measures, such as keeping all your software up-to-date, configuring a firewall correctly, avoid opening suspicious email attachments or URLs, and always using strong, unique passwords for different online accounts.
  3. I check to uy some bots ( download & install ) in around 1 weeks ....if someone have this .....click me .
  4. if i want to connect to a spécific network ..i need it ? wich one should i buy ?
  5. i'm just start using kali ....i was just Ratting before
  6. Maby is a stupid question but i can't find the anwser . Do i need a network adapter to use backdoor on kali linux + vbox ????
  7. Why the put hacker in jail for little things and live the Big One make ther rules ....... Microsoft Admits Humans Listen to Skype, Cortana Recordings Well, if we look around, we will find that personal assistants like Alexa, Google Assistant, Cortana, Siri, etc. were the latest trend. These voice assistants are making our life more comfortable. However, they are not as private as everyone thinks. Lots of silicon valley tech giants have already come forward about their use of human contractors to listen to audio recordings of users. Companies behind these voice assistant services hire human contractors to review the voice clips. This thing was done to improve the quality of the voice assistant apps. Google and Apple were already found saving user’s recordings to enhance its AI assistant skills, and the latest one to join the list is Microsoft. Recently, Microsoft admitted that some humans do listen to Skype and Cortana audio recordings to build, train, and improve the accuracy of their AI Assistant. Microsoft recently updated its Privacy Policy page to reveal the changes. The updated Privacy Policy Page of Microsoft reads, “Our processing of personal data for these purposes includes both automated and manual methods of processing… To build, train, and improve the accuracy of our automated methods of processing (including AI), we manually review some of the predictions…For example, we manually review short snippets of a small sampling of voice data we have taken steps to de-identify to improve our speech services, such as recognition and translation.” It’s also worth to note that Microsoft is recording the audio only for the Skype translation, not the Skype audio and video calls. However, Cortana is recording everything, including all your questionable requests.
  8. YouTube Is Serious About The Ban of Hacking Tutorials YouTube Is Serious About The Ban of Hacking Tutorials Kody Kenzie is the founder of a channel named Hacker Interchange. Last week they have published a video of lighting fireworks with the help of Wi-Fi. Sadly, YouTube removed that from the platform altogether. He publishes videos under the name of Cyber Exchange Lab and now he is no longer able to upload his videos on the channel. YouTube has flagged his channel and mentioned content strike. Kinzie and some other tutors who are running the tutorials on YouTube are in a shock due to this new decision of YouTube. They have stated that this is an extremely dangerous step. The students from the Computer Science department had a great opportunity to learn certain aspects from YouTube and now this new decision won’t let them learned the things that they are interested in. People can use hacking for illegal activities but completely hacking isn’t illegal. There at times when hacking has proved how useful it is. There are legitimate researchers out there who practice hacking. It is still unclear on how long this ban will be there but according to the archives on the internet it has been on books from April 5th,2019. According to the YouTube rules, any content that is educational can be on the platform. But there is some ambiguity regarding the same and hence Cyber Exchange Lab has been banned.
  9. Bipo

    Veil-Evasion + Shellter

    Question again ..... Dis Veil-Evasion and/or Shellter steel good tools to use in 2019 ???
  10. Bipo

    Help with Bash error

    i will be back with that thank's
  11. Bipo

    Help with Bash error

    I'm looking true the web but can't resolve this error .......Bash: $ command not found Can someone give me help ?