An intern can access several user accounts after learning their birthdays and pets names. 3. An attacker crashes your Microsoft Structured Query Language (SQL) Server database exploiting a vulnerability from 2008. 4. Your Web server computer becomes infected with the Slammer worm.
A warrant was issued for his arrest after police wanted to question him in relation to an assault in the Sydney suburb of Zetland. At about 7pm (AEDT) on December 29, a 50-year-old Zetland man was allegedly assaulted and his Mercedes four-wheel-drive was stolen from his home. The alleged thief was someone whom the man had met online, police said. The NSW Supreme Court was told in 2005 that Jennings had stabbed Giuseppe Vitale in the neck with a kitchen knife after being tied up during a sexual liaison with the man, whom he had met through the internet. He was found not guilty of murdering Giuseppe Vitale on grounds of mental illness in 2005 by the NSW Supreme Court.
D) A denial of service attack occurs when the perpetrator e-mails the same message to everyone on one or more Usenet newsgroups LISTSERV lists. A) A denial of service attack occurs when the perpetrator sends hundreds of messages from randomly generated false addresses, overloading an Internet service provider's e-mail server. 8) Gaining control of someone else's computer to carry out illicit activities without the owner's knowledge is known as A) hacking. B) hijacking. C)
John Pregent, “aka” Jack Pregent, 61, pleaded guilty before United States District Judge George A. O’Toole to one count of bankruptcy fraud involving a scheme to defraud. Sentencing is scheduled for May 15, 2012 at 2:30 p.m. He faces up to five years in prison to be followed by three years of supervised release and a $250,000 fine. Pregent owned the precision machine part manufacturing business Technical Fabrications, Inc. (“TechFab”) which operated in Newburyport until it filed for bankruptcy in July 2010. Pregent engaged in a scheme to defraud TechFab’s creditors, bankruptcy trustee and the bankruptcy court by transferring certain TechFab assets, including equipment and ongoing business, to a newly formed company.
Top management must make a commitment to defend against computer crime. Where would the law enforcement agency find expertise in the field of computer crime that they could use to assist with investigations? The National Institute of Justice’s National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC) are a resource for training and preparations for law enforcement agencies. CART-FBI Computer Analysis Response Team- helps in writing, serving search warrants, seizing and entering evidence, they do routine examination of digital evidence for local law enforcements and federal agents. Cyber Incident Detection and Data Analysis Center (CIDDAC) - help protect private sector networks with real time cyber attack detection sensors.
Agents arrested Theodore Kaczynski on April 3, 1996 at his remote cabin outside Lincoln, Montana, where he was found in an unkempt state. Combing his cabin, the investigators found a wealth of bomb components, 40,000 handwritten journal pages that included bomb-making experiments and descriptions of the Unabomber crimes; and one live bomb, ready for mailing. They also found what appeared to be the original typed manuscript of the manifesto.  By this point, the Unabomber had been the target of one of the most expensive investigations in the FBI's history.  Paragraphs 204 and 205 of the FBI search and arrest warrant for Kaczynski stated that "experts"—many of them academics consulted by the FBI—believed the manifesto had been written
The auditor conclude about 90 percent of the donations were used for Life insurance scheme and only 10 percent went for charitable purpose. 2. Man arrested in $100M Navy vet charity scam By Thomas J. Sheeran - The Associated Press Posted : Tuesday May 1, 2012 13:09:35 EDT A fugitive was arrested for running a scam that collected millions of dollars from people that believed to raise money for Navy veterans in Cleveland. The man used a false identify of Bobby Thompson and had multiple fake ID cards. He was indicted in Ohio in 2010 on theft, money laundering and other Florida-based charity related charges; however he disappeared in June 2010.
UK man gets 27 years in US jail for plotting to torture, eat child US District Court via AP By Reuters A British man who admitted planning to kidnap, torture and eat at least one child using a sound-proofed dungeon he built in his home in Massachusetts was sentenced to nearly 27 years in U.S. prison on Tuesday. Geoffrey Portway, 40, a British citizen, was sentenced by Judge Timothy Hillman at U.S. district court in Worcester after pleading guilty in May to charges related to child pornography and plotting a kidnapping and violent crime. "The long and serious sentence ... reflects the serious nature of the crimes that he committed, and the fact that these are not victimless crimes," U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz told reporters outside
Watergate Scandal LaToya R. Williams History 145 January 5, 2012 Watergate Scandal "Five Held in Plot to Bug Democratic Offices Here," said the headline at the bottom of page one in the Washington Post on Sunday, June 18, 1972. The story reported that a team of burglars had been arrested inside the offices of the Democratic National Committee in the Watergate office complex in Washington. (Lewis, 1972, pA01) This was the opening line to the Washington Post newspaper after the men were arrested for breaking into the Democratic National Committee (DNC) headquarters of the Watergate complex. This signified the beginning of political scandal widely known as the Watergate scandal. The Watergate scandal included the president’s staff as