Hackers Are Getting Personal: 4 Ways Every Person Using a Cell Phone or Computer Is at Risk

Daisy Luther FEATURED ARTICLES, PREPPING, SUPPORT A FREE USA!, TECHNOLOGY, U.S. NEWS, WATCHMEN ON THE WALL 0 Comments

By Daisy Luther Survival Saturday is a round-up of the week’s news and resources for folks who are interested in being prepared. This Week in the News Cyber-criminals are no longer just striking huge targets. They’re going after average people like you and me now. Never have our personal electronic devices been under more threat. From apps that steal your money to ransomware that locks up your computer to a flaw in Bluetooth devices that allows …

Russian Cyberattack During Elections more Widespread than Reported

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It appears that the Russian (whether government or private operatives is unknown – but both likely directed by leaders at the Kremlin) attempt to “hack” the 2016 election was far more widespread than originally reported. A new story breaking today in the major media outlets says that Russian operatives underwent a massive operation to hack at least 39 different state election systems. In Illinois they attempted to wipe out all of the state’s voter data, …

SCAM ALERT–Hijacking Computer Content and Files for Ransom

Rev. Austin Miles FEATURED ARTICLES, TECHNOLOGY, U.S. NEWS 0 Comments

by Rev. Austin Miles SACRAMENTO 9/15/16-We had heard about this scam sometime ago but now it has come personally to this writer. In the process of opening a very important email today, my computer suddenly froze. A notice came up stating; “This Site Not Available.” I tried restarting my PC and once again I was blocked from doing any work. Next I shut down my computer and re-started it. This time there was an advisory …

NSA can access your data on Smartphones including iPhone, BlackBerry and Android devices

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SOURCE National Security Agency (NSA) has the capability to access a broad range of data on most Smartphones out there, including iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android devices, according to the documents provided by former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden to the German news agency Der Spiegel report. A 2009 NSA document states that it can “see and read SMS traffic“. This data includes Contact, call lists, SMS traffic, notes and location data about where a user has been, the NSA …