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Don't Half-Ass Your Fraudulent Documents If You're Gonna Sue Facebook

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Mr. Ceglia. (facebook.com) Paul Ceglia’s lawsuit claiming partial ownership of Facebook is based, in part, on a purported contract between Mr. Ceglia and Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook’s lawyers have said time and again Mr. Ceglia’s evidence was little more than forgery, and it seems the federal government concurs. In his complaint,  postal inspector Douglas...
Don't Half-Ass Your Fraudulent Documents If You're Gonna Sue Facebook
New 'nano-code' could help fight banknote forgery by embedding invisible QR-style ciphers
Using a Linksys Wi-Fi router? It could be ripe for remote takeover

Prenda Law Tries To Close The Barn Door After The Horse Has Lawyered Up

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Ken White blogs at Popehat. He's a litigator and criminal defense attorney at Brown White & Newhouse LLP in Los Angeles. His views are his alone, not those of his firm. My prior coverage of the Prenda Law saga is here. Yesterday, March 14, as Judge Wright was busy...
Prenda Law Tries To Close The Barn Door After The Horse Has Lawyered Up

The Guy Who Says He Owns Half Of Facebook Hires Nasty New Law Firm And Unleashes Forensic Experts

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Remember Paul Ceglia? He's the guy who startled everyone two summers ago by producing a "contract" in which he says Mark Zuckerberg signed over a 50% ownership interest in Facebook to him back in the spring of 2003. This claim was startling in part because Zuckerberg didn't create Facebook...
The Guy Who Says He Owns Half Of Facebook Hires Nasty New Law Firm And Unleashes Forensic Experts

Will the Real <Your Site Here> Please Stand Up?

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Webmaster Level: IntermediateIn our recent post on the Google Online Security Blog, we described our system for identifying phishing pages. Of the millions of webpages that our scanners analyze for phishing, we successfully identify 9 out of 10 phishing pages. Our classification system only incorrectly flags a non-phishing site as...
Will the Real <Your Site Here> Please Stand Up?

Don't Mess with the Postal Service: U.S. Attorney Arrests Paul Ceglia for Multi-Billion Dollar Scheme to Defraud Facebook

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Paul Ceglia, age 38, has been arrested and charged with attempting to con Facebook to the tune of several billion dollars. Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara announced the arrest in a statement issued Friday. In the statement the U.S. Attorney’s office alleges Mr. Ceglia “filed a federal lawsuit falsely claiming...
Don't Mess with the Postal Service: U.S. Attorney Arrests Paul Ceglia for Multi-Billion Dollar Scheme to Defraud Facebook

Facebook claims evidence to prove Ceglia forged contract

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Facebook claimed it found on the computers of Paul D. Ceglia the original StreetFax contract which had assigned work to its founder Mark Zuckerberg, while a work order that Ceglia claimed as the basis for his ownership of a stake in Facebook was allegedly a forgery....
Facebook claims evidence to prove Ceglia forged contract

PayPal offers bug bounty to uncover security holes

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PayPal was one of the first companies to offer a bug reporting program, giving security researchers a way to report flaws with its payment service. But like Google, Facebook and Mozilla, PayPal is now upping the ante with a paid bug bounty program, which will reward researchers for finding holes...
PayPal offers bug bounty to uncover security holes

Facebook Unearths 200 Emails in Motion to Dismiss Ceglia's Suit

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Facebook Inc. filed a motion to dismiss the case brought against it by wood-pellet salesman Paul Ceglia, who has sued Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg for 50% of his stake in the social network. In Facebook’s motion, the company alleges that a contract Mr. Ceglia produced that was supposedly signed by...
Facebook Unearths 200 Emails in Motion to Dismiss Ceglia's Suit
DSL modem hack used to infect millions with banking fraud malware

Facebook digs up 200 Harvard e-mails in lawsuit defense

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Facebook has filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit against it armed with copies of e-mails sent between the plaintiff and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg from their Harvard days. Wood-pellet salesman Paul Ceglia sued Zuckerberg for 50 percent of his stake in the world's largest social network, claiming a contract...
Facebook digs up 200 Harvard e-mails in lawsuit defense

This Is The Best Look At The New iPhone Yet

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Ah, the next-gen iPhone. What more can we say? Almost sadly, we already know the screen will be bigger, the connecting port is smaller, and the design will be drastically different, with a two-tone metal casing. And yet, we still haven’t seen one of these bad boys fully assembled. We’ve...
This Is The Best Look At The New iPhone Yet
Intel picks up Israeli heartbeat identification startup IDesia Biometrics

Woman Arrested for Selling Up to $1 Million of Fake Facebook Stock [WTFriday]

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A Wisconsin woman is facing 31 felony counts of theft and forgery for selling and trading up to a million dollars of fake Facebook stock. So much for not getting rich off of the Facebook IPO. More »...
Woman Arrested for Selling Up to $1 Million of Fake Facebook Stock [WTFriday]

Hackers have a new favorite attack vector: Cross-site scripting up 69%

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Cross-site Scripting (XSS) attacks are becoming more and more popular amongst hackers. Between Q2 2012 and Q3 2012, the attack type has increased by an estimated 69 percent, according to secure cloud hosting company FireHost. The UK firm blocks various types of attacks that are attempting to harm its clients’...
Hackers have a new favorite attack vector: Cross-site scripting up 69%

Facebook down in parts of Europe, Anonymous member claims responsibility

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Facebook is experiencing technical difficulties in parts of Europe, including Italy, Spain, Romania and France, according to a number of tweets and reports that surfaced Thursday afternoon. A member of the hacker collective Anonymous claimed responsibility for Thursday’s Facebook issues. Proclaimed Anonymous security leader, @AnonymousOwn3r, posted on Twitter that...
Facebook down in parts of Europe, Anonymous member claims responsibility

On the Map by Simon Garfield - review

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Rachel Hewitt on a rollicking journey through the history of cartographyOn 9 October 1965, Yale University released to public view a map that caused a media frenzy "akin to the detonation of a small bomb". The so-called Vinland map was a crude creation on vellum, 27.8cm high by 41cm wide,...
On the Map by Simon Garfield - review

Discovering Identity: http://tinyurl.com/28tqrhr - Love and Forgery

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Discovering Identity: http://tinyurl.com/28tqrhr - Love and Forgery

How the 2013 World Press Photo of the Year was faked with Photoshop

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It turns out that the 2013 World Press Photo of the Year -- the largest and most prestigious press photography award -- was, in actual fact, a fake. The World Press Photo association hasn't yet stripped the photographer, Paul Hansen, of the title, but presumably it's just a matter of...
How the 2013 World Press Photo of the Year was faked with Photoshop

Airport tech reveals hidden artwork

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Researchers reveal a fresco hidden beneath the surface of a known forgery at the Louvre museum - using technology similar to that of airport scanners....
Airport tech reveals hidden artwork

Keepin' it real fake: the 808 PureView that wasn't

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Meet the 808 Android: the modern day equivalent of those fake mobile antennas that people would attach to their cars in order to make others think they were a big shot. Yes, this device is an Android 2.3-powered forgery of Nokia's 808 PureView, but instead of 41 megapixels of...
Keepin' it real fake: the 808 PureView that wasn't

How Is Anonymous Going After French Co. Trying To Trademark Its Logo? Let Us Count The Ways

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No, seriously, you should expect this. Earlier we learned a French retailer, E-Flicker, has sought to register both Anonymous’s well-known question-mark/empty suit logo and the activist collective’s tagline, “We are anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.” Anonymous responded with the video below...
How Is Anonymous Going After French Co. Trying To Trademark Its Logo? Let Us Count The Ways
Facebook says outages actually due to change in DNS, not hack

The Geography of HTML5 Security

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Editor’s note: Mike Shema is director of engineering at Qualys, a provider of cloud security and compliance solutions. Mike is also author of the recently published book “Hacking Web Apps: Detecting and Preventing Web Application Security Problems.” Contact him here.  HTML5 reinvigorates a technology that’s been driving web content for more...
The Geography of HTML5 Security
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