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  1. The PR disaster for geo-unblocking software Hola has deepened with a report from cybersecurity firm Vectra. In addition to revealing a console within the software that allows an attacker to "accomplish almost anything", Vectra has discovered that Hola had already been exploited by "bad guys" before reports surfaced against the company last week. After a flurry of reports, last week the people behind geo-unblocking software Hola were forced to concede that their users’ bandwidth is being sold elsewhere for commercial purposes. But for the Israel-based company, that was the tip of the iceberg. Following an initial unproofed report that the software operates as a botnet, this weekend researchers published an advisory confirming serious problems with the tool. “The Hola Unblocker Windows client, Firefox addon, Chrome extension and Android application contain multiple vulnerabilities which allow a remote or local attacker to gain code execution and potentially escalate privileges on a user’s system,†the advisory reads. Yesterday and after several days of intense pressure, Hola published a response in which it quoted Steve Jobs and admitted that mistakes had been made. Hola said that it would now be making it “completely clear†to its users that their resources are being used elsewhere in exchange for a free product. Hola also confirmed that two vulnerabilities found by the researchers at Adios-Hola had now been fixed, but the researchers quickly fired back. “We know this to be false,†they wrote in an update. “The vulnerabilities are *still* there, they just broke our vulnerability checker and exploit demonstration. Not only that; there weren’t two vulnerabilities, there were six.†With Hola saying it now intends to put things right (it says it has committed to an external audit with “one of the big 4 auditing companiesâ€) the company stood by its claims that its software does not turn users’ computers into a botnet. Today, however, an analysis by cybersecurity firm Vectra is painting Hola in an even more unfavorable light. In its report Vectra not only insists that Hola behaves like a botnet, but it’s possible it has malicious features by design. “While analyzing Hola, Vectra Threat Labs researchers found that in addition to behaving like a botnet, Hola contains a variety of capabilities that almost appear to be designed to enable a targeted, human-driven cyber attack on the network in which an Hola user’s machine resides,†the company writes. “First, the Hola software can download and install any additional software without the user’s knowledge. This is because in addition to being signed with a valid code-signing certificate, once Hola has been installed, the software installs its own code-signing certificate on the user’s system.†If the implications of that aren’t entirely clear, Vectra assists on that front too. On Windows machines, the certificate is added to the Trusted Publishers Certificate Store which allows *any code* to be installed and run with no notification given to the user. That is frightening. Furthermore, Vectra found that Hola contains a built-in console (“zconsoleâ€) that is not only constantly active but also has powerful functions including the ability to kill running processes, download a file and run it whilst bypassing anti-virus software, plus read and write content to any IP address or device. “These capabilities enable a competent attacker to accomplish almost anything. This shifts the discussion away from a leaky and unscrupulous anonymity network, and instead forces us to acknowledge the possibility that an attacker could easily use Hola as a platform to launch a targeted attack within any network containing the Hola software,†Vectra says. Finally, Vectra says that while analyzing the protocol used by Hola, its researchers found five different malware samples on VirusTotal that contain the Hola protocol. Worryingly, they existed before the recent bad press. “Unsurprisingly, this means that bad guys had realized the potential of Hola before the recent flurry of public reports by the good guys,†the company adds. For now, Hola is making a big show of the updates being made to its FAQ as part of its efforts to be more transparent. However, items in the FAQ are still phrased in a manner that portrays criticized elements of the service as positive features, something that is likely to mislead non-tech oriented users. “Since [Hola] uses real peers to route your traffic and not proxy servers, it makes you more anonymous and more secure than regular VPN services,†one item reads. How Hola will respond to Vectra’s latest analysis remains to be seen, but at this point there appears little that the company can say or do to pacify much of the hardcore tech community. That being said, if Joe Public still can’t see the harm in a free “community†VPN operating a commercial division with full access to his computer, Hola might settle for that. https://torrentfreak.com/hola-vpn-already-exploited-by-bad-guys-security-firm-says-150602/
  2. Defending its decision to target Australians for piracy of its movie Dallas Buyers Club, Voltage Pictures has told a court it has limits on who it will sue. Autistic kids, the disabled, the poor and those with mental issues won't be 'fined' by the studio. "That kind of press would ruin us," Voltage say. Movie company Voltage Pictures has built quite a reputation in the past couple of years for its approach to those said to have downloaded and shared The Hurt Locker and Dallas Buyers Club without permission. Rather than take the soft approach, the company has sued thousands of individuals across the United States and has also tested the waters in Canada, Europe and Australia. Litigation in the latter region is reaching a critical point, with Voltage affiliate Dallas Buyers Club LLC (DBCLLC) attempting to force several local ISPs (iiNet, Wideband Networks, Internode, Dodo Services, Amnet Broadband and Adam Internet) to hand over the identities of individuals said to have downloaded the movie of the same name. The ISPs have been putting up a fight in Sydney’s Federal Court this week in order to protect their customers and thus far DBCLLC and their piracy tracking partners have been given a rocky ride. Flown in from Germany especially for the hearing, Daniel Macek of BitTorrent monitoring outfit Maverick Eye was given a particularly hard time. On Monday under cross-examination by iiNet barrister Richard Lancaster, SC, the 30-year-old admitted that he did not prepare his own affidavit. “It was provided [by Dallas Buyers Club],†Mr Macek said. Since Macek was appearing as an expert witness, the revelation was pounced upon by Lancaster. “You provide affidavits and statements in lots of litigations all around the world,†Mr Lancaster said. “Is it your practice just to sign what is put in front of you?†“No,†Macek replied. During yesterday’s hearing things only appeared to get worse for Macek, as both his expertise and Maverick Eye’s evidence was called into question. The company provided “.pcap†files to the Court which contained timestamps of alleged infringements but when questioned about their contents, Macek fell short. “Are you familiar with the information in the .pcap files themselves?†Lancaster asked Macek. “Not in detail,†Macek admitted. Lancaster’s questioning was aimed at casting doubt on the timings of alleged infringements logged in the Maverick Eye system. Were the times logged in the .pcap files representative of when a file was uploaded by an infringer’s computer to Maverick Eye’s system, or of a later point when further processing had occurred? “I don’t understand this .pcap [file] in this detail,†Macek said. “I know how the Maverick software works in general but I’m not aware of the .pcap [files],†he added. The Judge agreed with Lancaster on the importance of his questioning. “If the IP [address] switched midway through one of these transmissions it just occurs to me that change would have some impact on your cross-examination,†Justice Perram said. Also appearing this week was Vice-president of royalties for Voltage Pictures, Michael Wickstrom. The Voltage executive said that piracy was eating away at his company’s profits and had become far too easy. Lawsuits helped raise awareness of the problem, he said. Under cross-examination Wednesday, Wickstrom denied that the letters sent out to customers in the United States were “threateningâ€, noting instead that they are a statement of facts. “There are facts stated [in the letter] that [the customer’s] IP address was identified [as having downloaded the film illicitly],†he said. “Any settlement amount that is disclosed [in the letter]; that was the attorney’s decision and is done on a case by case basis.†However, while the company has no real idea of the nature of the people they’re targeting, Wickstrom said his company had limits on who would be pursued for cash demands. According to SMH, the executive said that his company “would not pursue an autistic child, people who were handicapped, welfare cases, or people that have mental issues.†Some compassion from Voltage perhaps? Not exactly – the company seems more interested in how that would look on the PR front. “That kind of press would ruin us,†Wickstrom said, adding that “the majority†of piracy was in fact occurring at the hands of vulnerable groups. If that’s truly the case and any “vulnerable†people inform the company of their circumstances, Voltage stands to make very little money from their Australian venture, despite all the expense incurred in legal action thus far. Strangely, they don’t seem to mind. “This is truly not about the money here, it’s about stopping illegal piracy,†Wickstrom said. The case continues next week. http://torrentfreak.com/voltage-pics-suing-disabled-kids-for-piracy-is-bad-pr-150218/
  3. Fourteen classic Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds albums dating back to 1984's critically-acclaimed debut From Her To Eternity are to appear on heavyweight 180g vinyl for the first time. Seven titles will be released in 2014 - with the rest to follow in 2015. The reissue programme comes just weeks after Nick Cave announced a rare solo European tour for next April/May. The campaign which follows the acquisition in 2013 of the Mute Records catalogue by BMG, will be executed and promoted by Pias. Each of the 14 albums has been remastered in a process overseen by former Bad Seed and founder member, the multi-instrumentalist Mick Harvey. All album artwork reflects the original release from the cover to the printed inner sleeves. BMG Director of Masters and Product Management Didier Dehauteur said, 'The Bad Seeds catalogue is a precious piece of rock history. We are determined to deliver a set of reissues which genuinely pay tribute to a seminal band.' The following three titles will be released on 27 October 2014: From Her To Eternity - LPSEEDS1 - Single LP (Original released June 18th 1984) Recorded in London studios The Garden and Trident, From Her To Eternity marked the debut of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds after the break-up of Nick Cave's former band The Birthday Party. Features Blixa Bargeld, formerly of Berlin's Einstuerzende Neubauten, on guitar. Said Cave at the time 'I don't really think he knows how to play in the conventional sense at all. He just makes these incredible sounds' Pre-order now: http://geni.us/Vu7 The Firstborn Is Dead - LPSEEDS2 - Single LP (Original release June 3rd 1985) Album number two was recorded in Berlin. Co-produced by Flood and the band, it was rich with references to the blues and bluesmen, the American South, and especially to Elvis Presley. Sounds described the album as 'the most evocative blues record for years'. Pre-order now: http://geni.us/3kcf Your Funeral. My Trial - LPSEEDS4 ' Double Vinyl (Original release Nov 3rd 1986) First released as a double EP, Your Funeral.My Trial has a notable melancholy tone. Cave himself later said, '(This is) my favourite of the records we've done, is very special to me and a lot of amazing things happened, musically, in the studio. There are some songs on that record that as far as I'm concerned are just about perfect as we can get really- songs like "The Carny", "Your Funeral, My Trial", and "Stranger Than Kindness." Pre-order now: http://geni.us/2MZq The next three titles are released on 17 November 2014: Nocturama - LPSEEDS12 ' Double Vinyl (Original release Feb 3rd 2003) Fast-forwarding to 2003, Nocturama was the band's twelfth studio album, and was the last to feature founding member Blixa Bargeld. NME wrote, 'It's what The Velvet Underground would've sounded like if they'd been psychopaths with a heart.' Trivia point: it includes guest vocals from Chris Bailey of The Saints and from Ian Dury collaborator Chas Jankel. Pre-order now: http://geni.us/1dcf Abattoir Blues/The Lyre Of Orpheus - LPSEEDS13 - Double Vinyl (Original release Sept 20th 2004) A double album with 17 songs, the thirteenth Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album was recorded in Paris in just 12 days, and achieved Top Five chart positions in 10 countries. Abattoir Blues is very definitely a rock 'n' roll record, with The Lyre Of Orpheus a quieter, more considered collection of songs. Its final track, 'O Children', was featured in the 2010 feature film, Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows ' Part 1. Pre-order now: http://geni.us/26kO DIG, LAZARUS, DIG!!! ' LPSEEDS14 ' Double Vinyl (Original released March 3rd 2008) The band's fourteenth studio album, the last to feature founding member Mick Harvey, is widely regarded as one of the band's greatest works. NME described it as a 'gothic, psycho-sexual apocalypse'. Said Cave, 'I've taken Lazarus and stuck him in New York City, in order to give the song, a hip, contemporary feel. I was also thinking about Harry Houdini who spent a lot of his life trying to debunk the spiritualists who were cashing in on the bereaved. He believed there was nothing going on beyond the grave. He was the second greatest escapologist, Harry was, Lazarus, of course, being the greatest.' Pre-order now: http://geni.us/QC4 The final release of the 2014 programme comes on 24 November with: Kicking Against The Pricks - LPSEEDS3 -Single LP (Original release Aug 18th 1986) The band's third album was a collection of cover versions of songs ranging from 'I'm Gonna Kill That Woman' (John Lee Hooker) to 'By The Time I Get To Phoenix' (Jimmy Webb) to 'Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart' (Roger Greenaway, Roger Cook). Said Cave, '"They were all done for different reasons. Some songs were tributes. other songs we didn't think the song was ever done particularly well in the first place. Some songs had just haunted my childhood, like 'The Carnival Is Over' (Tom Springfield), which I always loved.' Pre-order now: http://geni.us/1Ku9 All vinyls also available to pre-order at: http://shop.nickcave.com/ The remaining seven Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds albums from the Mute catalogue will be re-released on vinyl in 2015. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  4. New data shows that the Emmy's award ceremony resulted in a piracy surge for many of the nominated shows. For Emmy winner Breaking Bad the number of file-sharers increased more than 400% overnight due to the increased exposure, and most other nominated shows saw a spike in pirate interest too. People have many different motivations to pirate TV-shows and other media. Availability is a factor, for example, and price plays a role as well. Another important driver of piracy is exposure or promotion through traditional media. The latter is illustrated by new research from piracy monitoring firm CEG TEK, who found that the interest in pirated copies of Emmy nominated TV-shows surged after the award show aired on television. The company measured the BitTorrent swarms of 50 Emmy-nominated TV-shows and found a big spike in overall piracy rates. Breaking Bad, winner of the Emmy for best drama series and several individual awards, saw a 412% increase in peers after the award ceremony. Pirate’s interest in True Detective, House of Cards, Homeland and The Newsroom also spiked at least 340% the day after the Emmys. These peaks are unusual according to CEG TEK, who note of the 47 of the 50 nominated shows they monitored saw an increase in sharing activity. “Typically, piracy peaks on weekends, but of the 50 shows we monitored, 47 were pirated more as a result of the Primetime Emmy Awards broadcast,†CEG TEK CTO Jon Nicolini says. “Clearly, the prestige of the Emmys is alive and well,†he adds. While an Emmy award is certainly a big win, some people in the TV industry believe that being the most pirated TV-show may do even more to boost a show’s profile. Jeff Bewkes, CEO of HBO’s parent company Time Warner, previously said that Game of Thrones piracy resulted in more subscriptions for his company and that receiving the title of “most pirated†show was “better than an Emmy.†So that’s a double score for the Emmy winners then. http://torrentfreak.com/breaking-bad-piracy-surges-emmy-win-research-finds-140903/
  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=q8eb9Ouq8Iw In our latest mashup, kick-ass and laugh with America's sweetheart Cameron Diaz as we venture back through her films.