Instagram Live: Kerri Rawson’s New Book

Yesterday we asked you about a possible live Instagram feed that we will do and since your feedbacks were absolutely positive, we decided we are going live on Instagram on January 14 at 1215PM for 15 minutes, so make sure you are following us on Instagram as well. The topic? At the end of this … Continue reading Instagram Live: Kerri Rawson’s New Book

Songs That Were Inspired By Serial Killers – Part 1: John Wayne Gacy Jr.

                                Sufjan Steven’s concept album Illinois (2005) features a song about the serial killer, John Wayne Gacy, Jr., the lyrics of which focuses on his and childhood and his unspeakable deeds. Another band, Deer Tick has featured ”Clownin’ Around” about Gacy, though. … Continue reading Songs That Were Inspired By Serial Killers – Part 1: John Wayne Gacy Jr.

VIDEO: Giving Fraud A Bad Name

(Photo source) The truth is the inventor of the fraudulent financial scheme pictured above honestly thought he could make it a legal business. Ponzi scheme – as it is often referred to – basically promises investors to double their investments within a month. The trick is that these investments are paid back from the new … Continue reading VIDEO: Giving Fraud A Bad Name

What is Ransomware?

  These malicious softwares can encrypt your data and important files and – just like terrorists – they will want money in order to decrypt those files. Hence the name:   RANSOM     (payment for the release of someone)               +               … Continue reading What is Ransomware?

Printer Steganography

Stegano-what? Steganography! It is the practice of concealing messages or information within other non-secret text or data. Just like in the photo, those yellow dots are present on each paper in different constellations coming from your printer. And what does this have to do with typewriters? Find out in this post, where Mikko Hypponen talks … Continue reading Printer Steganography

TEDTalk: Mikko Hypponen – Three Types of Online Attack

  Okay, so in this video by Mr. Hypponen talks about the types of online attacks, and you can download an exercise sheet provided by with questions about the video. The key will be provided in this week’s newsletter, so, if you haven’t subscribed to it yet, you can do it here.  Watch the … Continue reading TEDTalk: Mikko Hypponen – Three Types of Online Attack

What is Organized Crime?

                Organized Crime has been defined by many, nevertheless these factors should be included when we talk about it: contains at least three people and has a certain hierarchy criminal activity lasts for a long time criminals are motivated by profit serous criminal offences are committed and violence … Continue reading What is Organized Crime?

Documentary : The Real ‘True Detective’

VICE Magazine‘s report on a case that happened 10 years ago in the town of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, where townspeople were shocked to find out about their local church’s involvement of Satanic rituals, “secret Satan worship, ritualized child molestation, and animal sacrifices”. These are the topics that the cultic first season of True Detective centered around: