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Filed under: Hardware Hacks, Phishing, Privacy, Spamming & Scamming
posted by D1m on 04 Oct 2008

Arrest Footage Of Notorious Turkish ATM hacker

A notorious professional ATM hacker from Turkey got busted early last month.

“ChaO” (Cagatay Evyapan) was well-known in the underground carding community.  Watch the footage below, you will be very impressed how this fraudster converted his villa into a high profile ATM skimming device production factory.

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Filed under: Phishing, Privacy, Security News, XSS
posted by D1m on 28 Mar 2007

Cross-Site Framed?

Have you heard of cross-site framing? The past few days I saw listed on our archive, several websites vulnerable to cross-site framing – listed as frame redirection. I will briefly describe a possible exploitation scenario, concluding with more emphasis on the negative impact that this type of vulnerability can have to the privacy of innocent individuals who are users of the affected websites.

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Filed under: Exploits, Phishing, XSS
posted by D1m on 15 Mar 2007

Internet Explorer 7: Phishing Using Local Resource Vulnerability

Aviv Raff has published on his blog an interesting proof of concept of the vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer v7: a cross-site scripting in the navcancl.htm local resource.

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Filed under: Phishing, Security Tools, Spamming
posted by D1m on 11 Feb 2007

IP Address Decimal Obfuscator/De-Obfuscator To Track Down Spammers

Here are some IP address decimal obfuscators/de-obfuscators. Warez release groups and spammers are often obfuscating the IP adresses that they use.

The following utility allows you to decipher an obfuscated IP and make it easier for yourself to track down spammers, scammers and software pirates.

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Filed under: Phishing, Security News
posted by D1m on 28 Jan 2007

Carders Sell Online The Full Details Of Stolen Credit Cards

I was surprised when I did a simple search on Google for the keywords “carders online“. The first result that my search revealed, was a site belonging to a cyber criminal group called “Carders Online”. Their web hosting account was suspended, but their website is cached on Google, so I visited it in order to find out more information about it.

It seems to me that this group was very organised. They were providing how-to articles on carding, proxies and online payment processors. They were also selling laptops, mobile phones and cameras, which were bought with stolen/phished credit cards. They were even selling the software and equipment required to copy full details of stolen/phished credit cards into blank cards, in order to be able to cash-out from an ATM the money in the bank accounts.

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