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Sila baca slow-slow dan fahamkan betul-betul artikel dan komentar gua dalam blog nih...... Tolong jangan baca skali lalu... Sebab kat sini gua banyak menulis secara indirect.... gua banyak berkias... gua banyak bermetafora... ayat gua bukan ayat skema SPM ker STPM ker... jadi tolong guna kapla... jangan membaca guna kapla lutut aaa..

Dan kalu lu bengap sangat tak paham aper yang gua citerkan... sila bertanya ... jangan main terjah sembrono jer... hahaha... karang tak pasai-pasai lu gak yang malu... hahaha .. Tolong jangan jadi bodoh... cukup la dah ramai pemimpin politik yang bodoh... lu jangan menambahkan korum... hahaha

Err... gua takder masalah nak lepaskan komen lu orang kat sini... tapi gua tak bertanggung jawab atas komen lu orang.... ader paham ka???

Lagi satu... kat sini gua takder menghasut atau memfitnah serta mendajai sesiapa... jadi kalu lu orang terhasut ker, terfitnah ker, terdajai ker mender... itu masalah lu orang... hahaha... bukan masalah gua...... Hahaha... Untuk geng-geng Cawangan Khas... tak payah la buang masa baca blog gua... baik lu folo jer Anwar Ibrahim tue... hahaha... ader gak pekdah...

24 March 2013

Bahaya Jadi Blogger

Bhai.... Wahlauwei.... Bukan sajer komputer ader tetikus.... ader mouse.... tapi ader RAT la pulak.... dan benda macam nih gua tak terkejut.... hahaha... pasai aper.... hahahahaha.... pasai memang ader benda nih digunakan di Malaysia... bukan stakat digunakan oleh para hackers/crackers..... tapi..... jugak oleh agensi yang berkaitan dengan kerajaan..... Hahahaha

Gua ingat lagi pada tahun 2000.... gua diarahkan untuk memasang perisian ALTIRIS kepada hampir 800 komputer yang digunakan oleh kakitangan satu agensi kerajaan nih... agensi yang utama... agensi yang agak paling penting dalam Malaysia.... lepas tue... ader satu lagi aplikasi X yang diarahkan diinstall dalam komputer tue jugak..... dan kalu ader pegawai yang sesuka-suki bawak balik fail penting kerajaan guna thumb-drive ker... disket ker.... cd ker... copy dan bawak balik.... aplikasi X akan ikut serta secara senyap..... hahaha

Dan ini semuanya untuk menjamin dan menjejaki siapa kakitangan yang kaki rembat fail bawak lari dan dedahkan kat third parti.... hehehehe... Kalu kakitangan tue pulak share komputer dier ngan kengkawan dier yang lain.... aplikasi X tue akan terus merebak.... hahaha... dan gua rasa aaa.... maybe la hampir 50 ribu atau 100 ribu komputer (kalu la tak masuk nilaian juta la) yang dah terinfect oleh aplikasi X ....

Kalu lu orang nak semak aplikasi X tu melalui perisian anti-virus ker mender ker... semua takder efek... sebab aplikasi tue aderlah aplikasi legitimate dalam senarai aplikasi asas sesebuah komputer..... semua anti-virus akan bypass aplikasi nih..... nak buat camana..... hahaha

APCO dapat projek RM500 juta yer.... Hahaha

It sounds like a virtual haunting, and it happens on your computer. File folders go missing. The mouse cursor starts roaming around on its own. Pop up messages appear for no particular reason. The laptop shuts down without a command. After it restarts, the webcam light is on. But if you’re not using the computer in general, and the camera in particular, who is?

If you’re lucky your computer has viruses; if you’re not so lucky, your PC may have a RAT problem. A RAT infestation can lead to a whole new level of privacy violation.

Remote access tools (RATs) were developed to allow users to access their PCs away from the office—think advanced telecommuting—but a new generation of hackers is developing increasingly advanced RAT software that allows them to take over a computer owned by an innocent target—think you—and make it their “slave.” Once they’re in, they can spy on you through the webcam and listen into your conversations on the microphone, effectively turning your computer into a one-way mirror into your life.

“People would not have a clue it’s been installed on their PC as the methods now are getting more and more advanced,” says Black Shadow, a hacker contacted by TakePart through Hack Forums, a bulletin board. “Hackers use them for a few reasons: to spy on a person, to steal from their accounts, to build up a bot-net for DDS [distributed denial-of-service] attacks, or just for fun, to be nosy.”

A YouTuber who goes by the handle DaSheepherder posted a video on Hack Forums some 15 months ago complaining he’d been RATted by one of the members of the forum. “Whoever did it just deleted everything,” he said. “I have got, like, nothing, nothing left. All my intros and all my upcoming videos have been deleted. I’ll have to start from scratch making the intros and all that.”

Black Shadow saw the post and says he helped DaSheepherder retrieve the deleted files. “I cleaned up his PC, got rid of the RAT for him,” he wrote on Hack Forums. “[A]fter the kid I helped got hacked, I wanted to find a way to stop them, so I have produced a RAT Firewall. [N]ow it’s time to help people defend themselves.”

To detect a RAT takeover, says Black Shadow, “Look at your startup items. It will show [up] there for sure, unless it’s been programmed into the memory, then it will not be visible.

“Look at your task-manager at running processes, most RATS are set to run from these, it will always run from user name.” And always, he says, “Check for your webcam light if it’s on.”

The snoop, and the consequences, coming from the other end of that webcam can be far more serious than losing a fledgling YouTube inventory if you’re living in a country embroiled in political unrest, insurrection or civil war.

Karim Taymour, a Syrian activist, told a reporter from Bloomberg that after he was arrested by the Assad regime, his interrogators showed him a “stack of more than 1,000 pages detailing his conversations and electronic files exchanged on Skype,” according to Reporters Without Borders.

“My computer was arrested before I was,” Taymour said.

In its annual “Enemies of the Internet” report released March 12, Reporters Without Borders found that “Internet content filtering is growing, but Internet surveillance is growing even more. Censors prefer to monitor dissidents’ online activities and contacts rather than try to prevent them from going online.”

Oppressive governments are like RATters: They like to watch.

3 comments:

  1. aplikasi x ni untuk window saja @ semua OS. linux code tak kan dia baca jugak?

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  2. Bhai Carlos...

    Aplikasi X tue untuk Windows dan MacOS ... linux ader cara lain... hahahaha

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  3. so its true..demmit. kalo camni aku nk tgk blue..mesti depa join skali tgk wakakakakakaka

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Nak komen kat sini kena ader telor skit la bhai ... Kena letak nama identiti.. Kalu guna anonymous jer... maap cakap la... gua tak layan.. sori aa...

Err... gua takder masalah nak lepaskan komen lu orang kat sini... tapi gua tak bertanggung jawab atas komen lu orang... so sendiri mau ingat lar..... ader paham ka???

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