Last autumn, a private database appeared on the internet. Hacken’s specialists did not identify the source of the leak, but after conducting an audit of unprotected storage facilities, they assumed that the bases were compromised by a Canadian company. The company has not commented.
There is a very interesting and useful project – a web archive on the Internet – Internet archive Wayback Machine. An organization called the Internet Archive, which was established in 1996 in San Francisco. The archive of the Internet pages is designed to preserve, familiarize and study the information available for all these years in the worldwide network.
George V. Hulme and Joan Goodchild collected in one article the foundations of social engineering. Social engineering is essentially the art of gaining access to buildings, systems or data by exploiting human psychology, rather than by breaking in or using technical hacking techniques. Famous hacker Kevin Mitnick helped popularize the term ‘social engineering’ in the ’90s, although the idea and many of the techniques have been around as long as there have been scam artists of any sort.
John Patzakis’s blog talks about criminal matters disclosed through social media. Search for legal changes in the field of social media has given indications of more than 2000 results for this topic. John is a brief overview of the five known cases of the investigation. In these examples of criminal cases described in the evidence search methods in social networks.