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Major crypto projects at risk as Squarespace domain breach unfolds

Digital Forensics: Major crypto projects at risk as Squarespace domain breach unfolds Oluwapelumi Adejumo · 15 hours ago · 2 min read Security experts recommend that projects enhance their protection by enabling 2FA on Squarespace. 2 min read Updated: Jul. 12, 2024 at 10:09 pm UTC Cover art/illustration via CryptoSlate. [...]

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The Morning After: Elon Musk deepfakes are pushing crypto giveaways

Computer Forensic joe h todayJune 30, 2024

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It’s been a weekend of crypto scams, hacks and deepfake chaos. Late on Friday, someone hacked 50 Cent’s accounts to push memecoin GUNIT and made off with millions. The exact amount is unclear; Fiddy himself wrote on Instagram, “whoever did this made $3,000,000 in 30 minutes.” The rapper’s X account and website were hacked at the same time.

Then, multiple deepfakes of Elon Musk were spotted on YouTube, telling viewers to deposit their crypto on a suspicious website, promising free crypto in return. Now taken down, the looped video showed Musk at what looked like a livestream from a Tesla event, with an AI-generated version of his voice instructing viewers to visit a website and deposit their Bitcoin, Ethereum or Dogecoin to enter the competition. Over 30,000 viewers tuned into the stream at one point, pushing it to the top of YouTube’s Live Now recommendations.

Don’t take investment advice from rappers and social media network owners.

— Mat Smith

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How to stream video to your TV using a VPN

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Five men face jail time for running illegal streaming service Jetflicks

A federal jury in Las Vegas found five defendants guilty.

Jetflicks once boasted visitors could watch just about any TV show or movie “Anytime. Anywhere.” A jury in a Las Vegas federal court found the people behind the site guilty of conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement. Jetflicks used computer scripts and software to scour the internet for illegal copies of movies and television shows and posted hundreds of thousands of illegal copies as far back as 2007 from torrent and Usenet sites — back when illegally watching shows and movies was a little more challenging.

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