Efficient Address Book 5.22

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Fake goods sold on social media are seized

Seized counterfeit goods Image copyright Trading Standards Counterfeit goods being sold by traders using Facebook and Instagram have been seized during a series of raids.

Thousands of items including dangerous cosmetics, electrical products and chargers were seized.

Counterfeit footwear, leather goods and tobacco were also found in various raids across the UK.

The operation, led by the Trading Standards e-crime team, targeted markets where the suppliers of these traders were thought to operate.

The raids were the result of intelligence work including information recovered from mobile phones and satellite navigation systems found during previous raids.

Image copyright Trading Standards

“When criminals infiltrate and undermine social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram consumers are put at risk of injury and harm,” said Graham Mogg, who chairs the Anti-Counterfeiting Group.

“Targeting the wholesale suppliers at markets and retail premises, as well as the traders operating on social media, has removed tens of thousands of unsafe and other counterfeit goods from the market place.”

Details were released on the same day as Christmas shoppers were warned to check their presents after a raft of fake goods were seized on their way into the UK.

More than 83,000 items were confiscated by the Border Force at airports in one operation over six days in December.

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Ashampoo Burning Studio 18

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‘People are smart’

Matt Brittin, the head of Google’s Europe, Middle East and Africa business has acknowledged that Google has a role to play in removing hateful or harmful content from the internet.

He told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme they can’t rely on algorithms to solve things but says that the company tries very hard to make sure the internet is a “positive force for society”.

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Advanced System Care Pro 10.0.3

Advanced SystemCare Pro 10 is an easy-to-use and all-in-one PC optimization utility that takes one click approach to clean, optimize, speed up and protect your system, even secure your online privacy. With newly added Speed Up tab, it greatly accelerates your system, system boot time, disks and browsers. What’s more, it rebuilds and improves over 10 useful tools like Startup Manager, Performance Monitor, Large Files Finder, Auto Shutdown, Win Fix to explore your PC’s full potential.

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‘Frequent flyer points put at risk by website flaws’

Man in airport Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Codes identifying passengers and their flight plans were easy to guess found security researchers Airline booking systems lack basic security checks that would stop attackers changing flight details or stealing rewards, warn experts.

The problems emerge because the six-digit codes booking systems use to identify travellers are easy to guess.

Two researchers demonstrated the weaknesses by changing a flight booking and seat assignment for a reporter.

The security investigators presented their findings at the Chaos Communications Congress in Germany.

In a blog detailing their work Karsten Nohl and Nemanja Nikodijevic of Security Research Labs (SRL) said the computer systems behind the airlines’ travel bookings system dated from the 1970s and 1980s. Though these have been updated with web services they lack security systems that would prevent abuse, they said.

In particular, they added, the systems have no way to check, or authenticate, who is querying the system for flight details.

Few of the reservation checking systems limit how many attempts can be made to query details.

These flaws can be exploited, said the pair, because the codes used to identify travellers and their itineraries use a restricted character set. This makes it possible to bombard servers with queries to find out a person’s details.

“Given only passengers’ last names, their bookings codes can be found over the internet with little effort,” they wrote.

This access would let attackers steal personal information, divert frequent flyer benefits or use the data to lend credibility to phishing attacks.

Image caption The flaws would let attackers change seats or cancel flights

In some cases, said Mr Nohl, getting at a booking would let an attacker completely change flight details potentially letting them travel for free.

SRL showed how the flaws could be exploited by working with German TV station ARD to change the flight of a reporter and putting him in a seat next to a German politician.

Airlines and travel agents should move quickly to protect traveller data, urged the two researchers. The first step should be to limit the number of queries that can be made for a particular booking, they said.

The vast majority of flight bookings are handled by three firms: Amadeus, Sabre and Travelport.

Booking firm Amadeus said it was “assessing” the researchers’ findings. It added that it planned to “address” the problems that had been exposed and would work with its partners to close the loopholes.

It added that it had already limited the number of queries that could be made about a booking.

Sabre said it had “numerous layers” of security surrounding flight itinerary systems.

“Discussing how we maintain security and the privacy of travellers undermines those safeguards and the security of our systems,” it told the Reuters news agency.

Travelport has not yet responded to the release of the information by SRL.

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