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  Hello
Posted by: xSpok - 11 hours ago - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

Happy to register in your forum xD

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  CYBER ATTACK >> UnityPoint Health
Posted by: Sh7ank-Z0id - Yesterday, 02:56 PM - Forum: News - No Replies

Over 16,000 people had their personal information breached;  financial, medical, and even treatment information was breached and in the hands of an unknown hacker. The hack on UnityPoint Health., a network of clinics and larger hospitals that server the public across three states. No hacker or hackers have claimed responsibility for the attack, aside from that, no misuse of any personal information has been reported.

----Sh7nk-Z0id

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  Engery Industry Concerned Over Cyber-Crisis
Posted by: Sh7ank-Z0id - 04-20-2018, 03:37 PM - Forum: News - Replies (2)

Energy, gas, and oil, three major components in society that churn and trust to keep man afloat amidst an unforeseen future. But what if these three components just suddenly ceased to stop working? That is the focal point of concern, and this concern stemmed from over 150 IT and OT professionals from the energy, gas, and oil industry. Their points vary, from stating that its good that industrial sector has raised its cyber-defense bar some, to the sector seemingly not considering raising any kind of solid defense until a catastrophic event actually happens.

Any type of targeted attack on the ICS (Industrial Control System) would have dangerous implications. There have already been attacks on sectors of industry, and these attacks proved capable of succeeding. A power plant going down would leave a city dark, but this would happen slowly, and would have dire consequences.

[See below some articles, they go over this point very well.]


https://www.computerworld.com/article/24...-grid.html

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/che...1446a0bb5a

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/201...n-nyc.html

The loss of oil and Gas would put a damper on getting around, and keeping houses warm during cold winter nights, and a cyber-attack like this one during a bad winter in say...New York City, would quite literally be a black winter. And sadly enough, no matter how many walls we put up, there is always someone somewhere who has the spine of a rat, and finds their way in. A certain gas and/or oil company could have a disgruntled former employee who wants to get back at them. Here is where a major hole is; with the employees of a target company. They could be exploited for any number of reasons (Some of these reasons are quite obvious,  while others are more subtle.) This is right here is pure, unrefined lack of foresight on the part of the company and it is completely unavoidable. There is one bad apple in every batch, and there always will be.

Just pour over a country's current political and societal quirks and intricacies and you have a mess of exploits that could cripple a city, or even  a state. [Remember, a single seedling can start a whole garden] . Back to companies not having the best cyber-security etiquette, if large [and very important] industrial sectors don't practice maximum etiquette then smaller more public sectors might have either the same if not worse etiquette. Again, these holes are scarily unavoidable.

These and more, are at the forefront of a lot of expert's minds. and could very be the targets of hacking groups, both criminal and state affiliated. With that said, amidst the tensions with Russia possible planning a large scale cyber offensive, will we learn our lesson beforehand... or after?

--Sh7nk-Z0id

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  php mybb_user query show registered members
Posted by: viruss - 04-19-2018, 02:46 AM - Forum: PHP ,HTML & ASP - Replies (1)

display number of users registered on your forum

display all registered user in user group id 2 
"SELECT COUNT(*) FROM `mybb_users` WHERE usergroup=2"
display all user registered 
"SELECT COUNT(*) FROM `mybb_users`"


PHP Code:
<?php
$servername 
"localhost";
$username "database username";
$password "database-password";
$dbname "database-name";

// Create connection
$conn = new mysqli($servername$username$password$dbname);
// Check connection
if ($conn->connect_error) {
 
   die("Connection failed: " $conn->connect_error);


$sql "SELECT COUNT(*) FROM `mybb_users`";
$result $conn->query($sql);

if (
$result->num_rows 0) {
 
   echo "Number of users ";
 
   // output data of each row
 
   while($row $result->fetch_assoc()) {
 echo 
"<font color=red size=4>" $row["COUNT(*)"]. "</font>";
 
   }

} else {
 
   echo "0 results";
}

$conn->close();
?>

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  no idea thread
Posted by: rex04 - 04-19-2018, 01:54 AM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (1)

its my first thread and i need 20 characters lol

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  Russian Hackers Recieve Warning from US and UK.
Posted by: Sh7ank-Z0id - 04-18-2018, 11:35 PM - Forum: News - No Replies

The Russian Government once again receives scrutiny pointed at its cyber-war arm. Russian affiliated hackers have been hard at work at trying to seize control of large sectors of the internet, and from here control the stream of data (IE control all of the routers) On top of this most recent event, the hacker's motives have not been uncovered, nor how many devices have been compromised etc.

This is the most recent interaction between Russia and the West, since the airstrikes on Syrian chemical weapons depots just last week. Russia and its western allies have been in a back and fourth in the cyber-world and Russia is at the forefront of it. With the US and UK issuing a warning of a major cyber-offensive by Russia, that may already be underway.

There have been reports and statements by officials that Russia is behind the latest hacks, but no evidence has been brought fourth.

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  Introduction Thread
Posted by: Im_Faik04 - 04-18-2018, 02:44 AM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (1)

Hi this is the my introduction thread and i need to write more than 20 characters lol

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  Russia Has Begun Its Cyber-Attacks
Posted by: Sh7ank-Z0id - 04-17-2018, 11:01 PM - Forum: News - Replies (2)

Australia has just been the target of cyber-attacks, just a day or so after the UK and the U.S issued a warning that Russia would be staging a major cyber offensive. Over 400 companies were the focus of this attack, but according to Marise Payne (Defense Minister)  there was no exploitation of anything sensitive. The UK believe that they have identified the persons behind this attack, and likely other attacks in the past, as state sponsored groups working either in Russia or in other countries.

This attack, as well as others, has built up concern over the cyber-activities of Russia. Amidst a tide of cyber-crime in recent months, some wonder if Russia was behind some of them, especially ones that targeted infrastructure and important governmental institutions. Some experts believe that this is just the first of many cyber attacks to come from Russia, and that companies, institutions and businesses both big and small should practice better security, and be more pro-active about potential threats.

-- Sh7nk-Z0id

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  Symantec Unvails New Threat Detection Tool
Posted by: Sh7ank-Z0id - 04-17-2018, 10:22 PM - Forum: News - No Replies

Symantec, a leading cyber-security research company has just unveiled a powerful TDT (threat-detection-tool) that their own research team uses and assisted them in discovering some famous cyber-attacks in the past. This powerful tool will now be available to the public under ATP (Advanced Threat Protection). The TAA (Targeted Attack Analytics) technology has enabled people who use it to utilize the power of machine learning to computerize the search for attacks.


The TAA project has been an ongoing effort by Symantec researchers to create a system that uses the same thought process akin to a team of experts. The investigation team behind the discovery of Lazarus, Regin, Stuxnet, WannaCry and SWIFT, along with a collaboration with Symantec have pushed the boundaries of cyber defense by adding the benefit of artificial intelligence.

According to two top officials at Symantec; Greg Clark (CEO) and Eric Chein (Technical Director of Symantec Security) have stated that the TAA technology replaces the need to emply a team of researchers, and that TAA gives us the opportunity to code and store data more correctly than we have before.

Will this be the first dive into AI being utilized within the consumer market for cyber-security?


--- Sh7nk-Z0id

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  Britain Threatens Russia with Cyber-Attack
Posted by: Sh7ank-Z0id - 04-17-2018, 12:47 AM - Forum: News - No Replies

Early this morning, the UK announced threats against Russia involving Cyber-based attacks, if Russia targeted Britain's infrastructure. This is in light of the March 4th poisoning of Sergei Skripal, a former Russian/Soviet Intelligence officer, and his daughter 33 year old Yulia Skripal in Salisbury, UK. Within that topic, there have been repeated accusations of Russia being behind the attack, but these have been constantly refuted by Russia, specifically, their Foreign minister Sergei Lavrov, who states that the chemical used in the attack (Novichok) was never a chemical produced in Russia, and he later goes on to state that according to reports from a lab in Spiez, Switzerland, that the chemicals could have been resourced from either the US or the UK.

Tensions between the West and Russia have been heating up, since the U.S, UK, and France launched air strikes against Syrian chemical weapons depots, in light of chemical attacks on Syrian civilians by Assad's military forces in the town of Douma, in the Eastern Ghouta region. This was the most recent attack against civilians by Assad forces, which killed more than 70 people.

The U.S as well as the UK expect a large cyber offensive by Russia in the coming days, as a response to the air strikes in Syria. Putin went on to state the West is acting like hypocrites, but despite rising tensions, all of the responses from Russia have been limited to statements condemning the air strikes.


----Sh7nk-Z0id

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