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  4. Thanks for all your help friends.But i have a question...how long i need to be active on fourms & in game??. .
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  6. Hi to all.I am Ghost Recon.I am 16.I live in India.I played ET 9 years ago.Than i saw banners coming to join F|A.I'll love to be part of your fourms.
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  9. The UK's banks are regularly being caught out by cybercriminals. Data from three sources indicates that spam, viruses and other malicious messages regularly emerge from machines sitting on banks' corporate networks. It is likely that the computers were compromised when bank staff and contractors were caught out by booby-trapped email attachments. They may also have visited sites seeded with code that infected their PCs. Some of those infected machines are also likely to have been enrolled in a botnet - a large network of hijacked computers that are used by cybercriminals to distribute spam and viruses, attack other websites or as a source of saleable personal data. But, say experts, banks are doing a better job than most at protecting their machines from malware. Sending junk The BBC found that in 2013 there were more than 20 incidents involving UK bank networks indicative of malicious activity. Similar, though lower, numbers were seen in 2012 and 2011. Some incidents involved addresses that have been sending junk for months but others were addresses seen sending spam for the first time. Continue reading the main story Botnet basicsFor its research project the BBC compiled a list of the internet address blocks used by a dozen of the UK's largest and best known financial institutions. Everything connected to the net needs one of these addresses, an IP address, to ensure data reaches its destination. Junk mail or spam is typically routed through a botnet because this helps spammers conceal its true origins and means it is delivered free. Tracing the source IP address of spam can be a guide to which machines have been compromised. The BBC asked those running spam databases to see if any bank IP address featured in that corpus of information. Further analysis revealed that some of the junk was benign in that it was the banks' own marketing messages arriving at email addresses set up to capture spam. In most of the other cases the spam was distributing malware, involved in phishing or "pump and dump" scams or sought to trick people into visiting dangerous sites. A separate dataset for 2012/13 shows fewer incidents year-on-year but revealed that seven corporate bank networks are regularly sending out junk, five are home to machines that are part of the well known Conficker botnet and eight are regular sources of malicious activity. In addition, sources inside UK banks told the BBC that they deal with up to a dozen incidents a month of employees' machines getting infected with malware. James Lyne, global head of security research at security firm Sophos, said evidence of a botnet on a bank network would be "exceptionally concerning". "It would give attackers a foothold that they can exploit," he said. The BBC was aided in its research project by an organisation that runs a huge collection of "spam traps" that log the sources of junk mail and also by researchers at Delft University of Technology, in the Netherlands, who study botnets. Anti-spam firm Cloudmark provided corroboration of some of the BBC's findings. Most junk mail is routed through a botnet in a bid to avoid net filters "There should be no spam coming out of these networks," said Prof Michel van Eeten from Delft who leads the team gathering data on botnets, adding that some of the bank networks studied had a "relatively consistent" problem with infections. He was also worried about the continuing presence of machines that were part of the Conficker botnet because the exploit used to create that network has been known about and fixable for five years. "If they are vulnerable to that you have to wonder what else they are vulnerable to," said Prof van Eeten. "This might show they can fall victim to a targeted attack more easily because those are much harder to avoid falling into." One example of the types of targeted attack finance firms have to deal with is malware that only springs to life when it spots that it has infected a machine sitting on a bank network. "It's a constant battle," said Matt Allen, director of financial crime at the British Bankers' Association, adding that the UK's banks had some of the strongest systems and controls in the world to defend themselves against cybercriminals. Continue reading the main story “Start Quote Complexity is the enemy of security†James Lyne Sophos "The criminal use of cyber-techniques is an integral part of financial crime offending," he said. Banks' defence mechanisms operated both within and between individual institutions, he said, and involved them pooling information about recent attacks, tactics and methods. "The challenge in this area is that as banks develop their controls in line with new criminal methodologies, new techniques will emerge," he said. "We're not complacent," said Mr Allen. "We know it's changing and evolving quickly." Most of the UK banks and building societies contacted by the BBC about its findings declined to comment. Most said they never talked publicly on security matters to avoid the accidental release of operational details. Those that did respond said the net addresses appearing to send out spam were on corporate networks isolated from the systems that handled customer data and online banking transactions. Bank check Statistics gathered by security firm OpenDNS suggest that up to 900 botnets are active in late 2013. These crime networks typically involve many tens of thousands of machines. The biggest count millions of PCs as victims.
  10. Rep. Trey Radel gets probation U.S. Rep. Trey Radel was sentenced to a year of probation after pleading guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor cocaine possession -- a charge that authorities say came after he bought a small amount of cocaine in a sting in the nation's capital last month. Radel, a 37-year-old first-term Republican from Florida, said at his sentencing in D.C. Superior Court that he plans to enter an inpatient drug treatment program in Naples, Florida. It wasn't immediately clear how long he would be in treatment. The plea and sentence were part of a deal that Radel's attorney struck with federal prosecutors. He could have received a maximum sentence of 180 days imprisonment or a $1,000 fine, or both. "Your honor, I apologize for what I've done," Radel told Judge Robert Tignor in court Wednesday. "I think in life I've hit a bottom where I realize I need help." Radel said he was aggressively pursuing that help, with the support of friends and loved ones. "I'm so sorry to be here," he continued, saying that he knew he'd let his constituents, his country and his family down and that he would work to recover and to be a better man. "I want to come out of this stronger," he said. In a statement released earlier this week, Radel said he struggled with alcoholism, which led "to an extremely irresponsible choice." He was charged after he bought 3.5 grams of cocaine from an undercover police officer in Washington's Dupont Circle area on October 29, court documents say. It was a sting that stemmed from a broader FBI/Drug Enforcement Administration investigation of a drug trafficking organization in the nation's capital, law enforcement officials told CNN on condition of anonymity. The targets of the investigation are dealers and high-level people in the organization, not buyers and users. But a dealer who was arrested last month told federal agents that one of his customers was a congressman, one of the law enforcement officials said. So, deciding they couldn't turn away from that, agents set up the sting, the law enforcement officials said. Court documents say Radel gave the undercover officer $260 for the cocaine outside a restaurant, and the two got into the officer's vehicle, where the officer gave Radel the cocaine. Federal agents approached Radel after the left the vehicle, and Radel dropped the cocaine to the street, according to court documents. Radel then agreed to talk to the agents in his apartment, where he admitted he bought cocaine, according to the documents. "The defendant also retrieved and provided to the agents a vial of cocaine that he had in his apartment," the court documents say. A tea party favorite, Radel was elected last year to represent southwest Florida's 19th Congressional District. He is a former journalist and TV news anchor, having worked for WINK in Fort Myers, Florida. He also owned and eventually sold the Naples Journal newspaper, according to a biography on his congressional website. Radel is married with a young son. He is active on Twitter, where he posts about touring the Capitol, listening to hip-hop, playing guitar and opposing Obamacare. In a statement released by his office this week, Radel said he was "profoundly sorry to let down my family, particularly my wife and son, and the people of Southwest Florida." "I struggle with the disease of alcoholism, and this led to an extremely irresponsible choice," he said. "As the father of a young son and a husband to a loving wife, I need to get help so I can be a better man for both of them. "However, this unfortunate event does have a positive side. It offers me an opportunity to seek treatment and counseling. I know I have a problem and will do whatever is necessary to overcome it, hopefully setting an example for others struggling with this disease." A spokesman for House Speaker John Boehner said in a prepared statement this week that members of Congress "should be held to the highest standards, and the alleged crime will be handled by the courts." "Beyond that, this is between Rep. Radel, his family, and his constituents," Boehner's spokesman said. CNN's Jason Hanna, Deirdre Walsh, Alison Harding and Greg Seaby contributed to this report.
  11. Elvis Presley may have left the building 36 years ago, but the King of Rock and Roll is still a very hot property. Authentic Brands Group announced Tuesday that it has purchased the intellectual property associated with the rock-and-roll icon from Core Media Group. Authentic Brands, which already controls the Marilyn Monroe and Juicy Couture brands, will own and manage global rights to a vast library of thousands of Elvis photos, album covers, movie posters, archive video footage and events like "Elvis Week." Related story: Elvis heads to Wal-Mart's shelves "We are honored to welcome Elvis into the ABG brand portfolio and look forward to working alongside the Presley family and the team at Elvis Presley Enterprises to increase Elvis' popularity and fan base worldwide," said Authentic Brands CEO Jamie Salter. A purchase price was not disclosed, and Authentic Brands did not immediately respond to a request for comment. As part of the deal, Authentic Brands will operate Graceland in partnership with Joel Weinshanker, the chairman of National Entertainment Collectibles Association.

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