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kickstarter for funding of hacker identification

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#1 by babaroga1x » Tue Sep 06, 2016 14:37

Anyone interested for funding a kickstarter campaign for hacker identification?

I am sure there are lot of IT security companies that would be able to help in hacker identification for a "small" financial aid :-)

Last time i checked, in usa you can get at least 10 years in prison for hacking...
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#2 by sprite1950 » Wed Sep 07, 2016 04:29

I think I saw somewhere that the FBI are involved in trying to identify the hacker. I really admire the ClixSense team for being so prompt putting things right for us again.
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#3 by voltej » Wed Sep 07, 2016 04:33

sprite1950 wrote: I think I saw somewhere that the FBI are involved in trying to identify the hacker. I really admire the ClixSense team for being so prompt putting things right for us again.

:clixsense: is the best.Admin is Honest and dedicated person :D .God Bless! :clap: :thumbup: :mrgreen:
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#4 by Nikorj » Wed Sep 07, 2016 04:34

Looks like everything is back to normal.

Yeah bust that hackers ass :thumbup:
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#5 by tasman1 » Wed Sep 07, 2016 05:01

Dead penalty for all criminals World Wide . small or big
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#6 by Jo_milky » Wed Sep 07, 2016 05:05

is it okay to change our password?
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#7 by tasman1 » Wed Sep 07, 2016 05:07

Jo_milky wrote: is it okay to change our password?

Admin changed mine and send me e-mail
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#8 by imab99 » Wed Sep 07, 2016 05:20

tasman1 wrote:
Jo_milky wrote: is it okay to change our password?

Admin changed mine and send me e-mail

Yeah me too...But they got me a password like "xpto498776$$hdaohh899hggff" and with my bad memory for numbers I had to change it again to something easier :D
I think I'll change it to something easy like "passwordbecauseofthatguywhomadehalftheworldwatchgayporn2016"
:D :D :D
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#9 by Nikorj » Wed Sep 07, 2016 05:25

tasman1 wrote:
Jo_milky wrote: is it okay to change our password?

Admin changed mine and send me e-mail

Me too.

I just read in another topic that some peoples account wer'e hacked and they lost some or all of their money :thumbdown:

When i say bust his ass i'll mean it litteraly,He seems to like it that way :lol:
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#10 by sharmeen123 » Wed Sep 07, 2016 05:52

my password was also changed but very difficult to remember so i also changed it but really that hacker needs to get got n punished :x :x :x
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#11 by TrickyDicky » Wed Sep 07, 2016 06:04

You can use a program like "Last Pass" or Roboform to keep your passwords safe and secure so you won't have to remember all the passwords needed. Both will generate passwords for you. Last Pass is free and is an easy to use platform. Google it or look under extension's on your browser. Hope it helps.
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#12 by Sarge25 » Wed Sep 07, 2016 07:51

Nikorj wrote:

When i say bust his ass i'll mean it litteraly,He seems to like it that way :lol:

:lol: :mrgreen:
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#13 by S_Abbott » Thu Sep 08, 2016 13:25

I have this thing about passwords.

Never use the same one twice. Using the same password on payment processors and any of these type sites is just asking for trouble.

Never keep the one generated by the site. Change it ASAP.

Never type your password in, if you have a keylogger on your comp (if you haven't run your security programs lately), the keylogger will pick up on anything typed.

Use Roboform to generate heavy strength passwords. Use characters, numbers, and try to use more than 20 in combination.

Once a site has been hacked, or gone offline for any reason then come back (I'm really paranoid about this), change your password ASAP.

Do your security scans as often as possible. Make it a routine. Update your security programs MANUALLY, do not allow any automatic updates. Doesn't matter what programs you have, don't rely on AUTO. And clean your comp BEFORE you shut it down.

Make sure your browser is cleaned out regularly, don't leave cookies, cache, temp files. You might have to enter login details again, but that's a small sacrifice.

The internet is harsh enough, but what we do with these get paid programs can be more so...hackers love to take down these sites, or mess with things within them. Just because they can.
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#14 by BouldRake » Thu Sep 08, 2016 14:11

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#15 by celtmaidn » Thu Sep 08, 2016 19:48

Did anyone else get a strange PayPal charge during the time ClixSense was down? I already filed a non authorized charge and changed all my PayPal stuff. I just don't know positively if it's connected to the hack.
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#16 by dutch1898 » Thu Sep 08, 2016 19:52

It is always a good habit to change passwords supplied by programs
and also to frequently change them.
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