Thursday, July 29

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Features, hacker, iPhone, Jailbreak, Telefonía celular

A day like today comes the first jailbreak of the iPhone | Digital Trends Spanish

When Apple launched the original iPhone, no one knew we were facing a before and after when it came to mobile phone technology. It is impossible to ignore, 14 years later, the meaning of a phone design that did not exist until then. However, that initial iPhone also had its detractors, who from the first minute were limited by certain Apple design decisions. On July 10, 2007, the first method of making jailbreak on the first generation iPhone. Much has happened since then, but before continuing, it is valid to explain the concept. Jailbreak (escape from jail, in Spanish) refers to bypassing the original security of the operating system in order to add and install applications and content that would otherwise be impossible.In 2007, there was no application store as we know it now and t...
Donald Trump, hacker, Noticias, Tendencias, Twitter

Was Donald Trump’s Twitter account hacked? | Digital Trends Spanish

Less than a week after Donald Trump stated that "no one could be hacked," a Dutch computer scientist assured that he managed to access the US president's Twitter account. It's about the ethical hacker Victor gevers, who claims that he was able to access Trump's account on October 16, 2020 and that he managed to guess it after only seven attempts. According to Gevers, Trump protected his account with the password "maga2020!", A kind of acronym for his recurring phrase "Make America Great Again 2020!" In addition, he says, the account was not protected by a two-factor verification system. Gevers shared with the site Vrij Nederland a series of screenshots that demonstrate access to the account, such as the edit section of the profile, among others. VN.nl The revelation is known after ...
Donald Trump, hacker, Noticias, Tendencias, Twitter

Hacker claims he accessed Trump’s Twitter account | Digital Trends Spanish

Less than a week after Donald Trump stated that "no one could be hacked," a Dutch computer scientist assured that he managed to access the US president's Twitter account. It's about the ethical hacker Victor gevers, who claims that he was able to access Trump's account on October 16, 2020 and that he managed to guess it after only seven attempts. According to Gevers, Trump protected his account with the password "maga2020!", A kind of acronym for his recurring phrase "Make America Great Again 2020!" In addition, he says, the account was not protected by a two-factor verification system. Gevers shared with the site Vrij Nederland a series of screenshots that demonstrate access to the account, such as the edit section of the profile, among others. VN.nl The revelation is known after ...
Facebook, hacker, Instagram, Me Gusta falsos, Noticias, Redes sociales

Facebook sues man who sold fake likes | Digital Trends Spanish

Nakrutka was called a service that operated in the United States and that was selling fake “Likes” on Instagram. Therefore, Facebook reacted and sued Nikolay Holper, who was behind this company. “Holper used a botnet and automation software to distribute fake likes, comments, views and followers on Instagram. He used different websites to sell fake engagement services to Instagram users. Previously we disabled the accounts associated with Holper and its service, we formally warned him that he was violating our Terms and we sent him a cease and desist letter ”, he commented through a statement the social network. Digital Trends Graphic Separately, Facebook also sued a developer in the UK for collecting user data. Specifically, the situation occurred in Ireland, where Mo...
Android Army, celular, hacker, Hacker (seguridad informática), Noticias, Telefonía celular, virus

Chinese cell phones with pre-installed malware stolen from users | Digital Trends Spanish

The computer security company Secure-D detected and blocked millions of suspicious mobile transactions, originating from low-end phones of Chinese origin that came with pre-installed malware. According to a report by Secure-D, 19.2 million suspicious transactions would have been registered without the knowledge or authorization of the users of more than 200,000 devices. "Many of the blocked transaction requests originate from actions initiated by com.mufc, an application whose source is unknown and cannot be downloaded from any Android application store," the company warned. The company explained that it was the Transsion Tecno W2 brand phones, a very popular manufacturer in African countries. The scams affected users in Egypt, Ethiopia, South Africa, Cameroon and Ghan...
Computación, estafa, hacker, hotel ritz, londres, Noticias, ritz, tarjetas de credito

They hacked the Ritz in London and scammed several customers | Digital Trends Spanish

Several clients of the Ritz Hotel in London were scammed by criminals who posed as hotel staff to steal bank information. The scammers called people who had reservations at the hotel's exclusive restaurant and, under the pretext of confirming their order, asked for their credit card details, he reported. Digital trends. This Sunday, August 17, the luxurious hotel published several tweets informing that it had discovered an apparent violation of its food and beverage reservation system that "may have compromised some of our clients' personal data." Elena Theodoridou / Unsplash One of the victims, who was scammed by the scammers, said the ruse seemed convincing, as the hotel's phone number was listed on her cell phone. Also, the caller had the precise details of their re...