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A Missouri pastor berated his ‘poor’ congregation for not honoring him with a new expensive watch he asked for a year ago while reportedly delivering a sermon about ‘taking care of God’s shepherd.’ Pastor Carlton Funderburke, of Kansas City, was caught calling his congregation ‘poor, broke, busted, and disgusted’ after they still hadn’t bought him an expensive Movado watch – which ranges in price from $395 to $3,295.’I’m not worth your McDonald’s money? I’m not worth your Red Lobster money?’ he asked the Church at the Well congregation as he paced around on stage on August 7. ‘I ain’t worth your St. John…

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Written by AJ Vicens Aug 17, 2022 | CYBERSCOOP The DEF CON Voting Village made headlines for giving hackers access to voting machines and putting election vulnerabilities on full display when it first launched in 2017. But in the era of the “Big Lie,” the unfounded theory of election rigging in 2020, the village has another — and possibly more challenging — mission. “Today, the main thing is still the same — tell what are the real vulnerabilities — but fight against conspiracy theories, misinformation, claims of hacks that didn’t happen, claims of weirdness that didn’t happen,” said Harri Hursti,…

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hoaxshell is an unconventional Windows reverse shell, currently undetected by Microsoft Defender and possibly other AV solutions as it is solely based on http(s) traffic. The tool is easy to use, it generates it’s own PowerShell payload and it supports encryption (ssl). So far, it has been tested on fully updated Windows 11 Enterprise and Windows 10 Pro boxes (see video and screenshots). Video Presentation Screenshots Find more screenshots here. Installation git clone https://github.com/t3l3machus/hoaxshellcd ./hoaxshellsudo pip3 install -r requirements.txtchmod +x hoaxshell.py Usage Basic shell session over http sudo python3 hoaxshell.py -s <your_ip> When you run hoaxshell, it will generate its…

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Two Pennsylvania judges who orchestrated a scheme to send children to for-profit jails in exchange for kickbacks were ordered to pay more than $200m to hundreds who fell victim to their crimes.US district judge Christopher Conner awarded $106m in compensatory damages and $100m in punitive damages to nearly 300 people in a long-running civil suit against the judges, writing the plaintiffs are “the tragic human casualties of a scandal of epic proportions”.In what came to be known as the kids-for-cash scandal, Mark Ciavarella and another judge, Michael Conahan, shut down a county-run juvenile detention center and accepted $2.8m in illegal…

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Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) has noticed and taken measures to interrupt campaigns launched by SEABORGIUM, a Russia-based actor launching persistent phishing, credential and data theft, intrusions, and hack-and-leak campaigns tied to espionage targeting NATO countries. Insights into SEABORGIUM’s Activities SEABORGIUM is active since 2017, a highly persistent threat actor, repeatedly targeting the same organizations over long periods of time. Once the attack is successful, it slowly infiltrates targeted organizations’ social networks through constant impersonation, rapport building, and phishing to deepen their intrusion. It is related to the threat groups tracked as Callisto Group (F-Secure), TA446 (Proofpoint), and COLDRIVER (Google).…

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Intel’s partners have quietly started to sell the company’s NUC 12 Pro compact PCs codenamed Wall Street Canyon, aimed at business and enterprise users. The new systems boast 12th Generation Core ‘Alder Lake-P’ CPUs with up to 12 cores, rich I/O capabilities, and enhanced security. Select units will also support Intel’s vPro technology with remote management capabilities.  Intel’s NUC 12 Pro compact PCs use the company’s Core i3-1220P, Core i5-1240P, Core i7-1240P, or Core i7-1260P processors with up to 12 cores (up to four performance Golden Cove cores, eight Gracemont energy-efficient cores, built-in Iris Xe GPU, 28W) paired with 16GB of DDR4-3200 memory (up…

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Many Republicans have stood against Donald Trump. Few have succeeded.Liz Cheney will now be the latest to try, looking to capitalize on her conservative voting record, her vice-chairmanship of the January 6 committee and of course her father’s time as vice-president under Republican George W. Bush.Trump remains the favorite among Republicans for the party’s 2024 presidential nomination, and undoing that would require Cheney to convince the GOP to abandon the viewpoints and policies he brought into the mainstream when he won the White House in 2016. It’s a tough ask, and no shortage of Republicans have failed in the past.…

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The Galvanize space at 111 S. Jackson St. in Seattle. (Galvanize Photo) Galvanize, the Denver-based company that offers co-working space and coding education bootcamps in several U.S. cities, is closing its location in Seattle after seven years. The company said doors would be shutting at the end of August at 111 S. Jackson St. in Pioneer Square. Galvanize first leased all five floors and 71,000 square feet in the building in 2015. Galvanize’s hybrid model combines tech office space with a programming school, access to investors and mentorship. Co-working options in the Seattle location included space for entrepreneurs and startup employees…

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Hong Kong Police will deploy technology to help stop rumors and “misinformation” about the force. The news was announced by assistant commissioner of police Joe Chan Tung, who is the head of the new public relations wing. Chan said that one of the main priorities of the public relations wing is identifying rumors as early as possible with the help of a public opinion tracking system. According to Chan, rumors and misinformation about the police has deteriorated the relations between the public and the police. “Even one piece of fake news is too many,” he said, via the South China…

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Rudy Giuliani ​arrived at an Atlanta courthouse Wednesday to testify before a special grand jury investigating whether former President Donald Trump and his allies illegally tried to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia.  Giuliani, who was informed earlier this week that he is a “target” of the criminal probe, emerged from a limousine with his lawyer Bob Costello by his side as photographers jostled to capture a photo of the former New York mayor as he climbed the steps of the Fulton County courthouse. ​ The 78-year-old has said that he will not discuss his testimony. Costello wouldn’t say whether…

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