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'To take it down, you have to take down the internet': New file-sharing technology is IMMUNE to government attacks PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Friday, 10 February 2012 12:11


Government attempts to knock out file-sharing sites in the battle against music and film piracy could be doomed.

A new file-sharing software called Tribler cannot be knocked out by governments or anti-piracy organisations, its creators claim.

'The only way to take it down is to take the internet down,' says Dr Pouwelse of Delft University of Technology.

Tribler is a variant on the popular BitTorrent file-sharing software, but is designed specifically to stay online under any circumstances - including attacks by governments and anti-piracy organisations.

'Tribler is designed to keep BitTorrent alive, even when all torrent search engines, indexes and trackers are pulled offline,' says file-sharing news site Torrentfreak.

Moves such as the seizure of the Megaupload domain by U.S. authorities would not work against Tribler.


Romanian cops cuff suspected serial hacker TinKode PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Wednesday, 01 February 2012 17:01


Romanian police have arrested a man suspected of breaking into the websites of NASA and the Pentagon in a series of high-profile hack attacks.

Razvan Manole Cernaianu, 20, from Timisoara, is accused of publishing details of the SQL injection vulnerabilities discovered on the targeted websites under the hacker handle TinKode. The Romanian Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) further alleges that Cernaianu, an IT student, sold hacking tools from his personal site.

SOPA sponsor has another Internet bill that records you 24/7 PDF Print E-mail
Written by hd   
Sunday, 22 January 2012 05:36

Senator Lamar Smith, lead sponsor of the currently dead SOPA bill you’ve heard so much about, has another bill in the works that uses Child Pornography as a screen to push through an amendment that’ll have your internet service provider tracking all of your financial dealings online. Each time you use a credit card, each time you read your bank statement, all of your IP information and your search history will be required by your ISP to be stored for 18 months at all times. This bill is H.R. 1981 and will have more dire consequences than SOPA or PIPA ever had the potential to have.



Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 January 2012 15:34
Feds Shutter Megaupload, Arrest Executives PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Thursday, 19 January 2012 22:54

Megaupload, the popular file-sharing site, was shuttered Thursday and its executives indicted by the Justice Department in what the authorities said was “among the largest criminal copyright cases ever brought by the United States.”

Seven individuals connected to the Hong Kong-based site were indicted on a variety of charges, including criminal copyright infringement and conspiracy to commit money laundering. Four of the members of what the authorities called a “racketeering conspiracy” were arrested Thursday in Aucklund, New Zealand, the authorities said.

One of those arrested was Kim Schmitz, aka Kim Dotcom, Megaupload’s founder. His attorney, Ira Rothken of California, said neither he nor his 37-year-old client who resides in Hong Kong and New Zealand was given the opportunity to surrender. Schmitz was arrested without notice, he said.

Obama Says So Long SOPA, Killing Controversial Internet Piracy Legislation PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Thursday, 19 January 2012 18:16

The growing anti-SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) support that has swept through the gaming and Internet community found a very big ally today. With websites like Reddit and Wikipedia and gaming organizations like Major League Gaming prepared for a blackout on January 18th – the same day that the House Judiciary Committee hearing on HR 3261was scheduled in Washington, DC – President Barack Obama has stepped in and said he would not support the bill.

SOPA has been delayed, for now. The House has agreed to revisit the issue next month, but they now know the White House will veto any bill that’s not more narrowly focused.

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