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Black Hat Spam SEO

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Google Tech Talk
September 2, 2010

ABSTRACT

Presented by Julien Sobrier.

For some time, attackers have leveraged Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques in order to promote malicious web content targeting end users. Google has researched this phenomenon and recently announced that fake antivirus pages now represent 60% of the malware associated with popular search terms and these attacks continue to grow in prevalence. The Zscaler Research Team has also shown that some popular search terms from Google Trends, have malicious links to fake antivirus pages in up to 90% of all links within the first 100 results returned. Attackers have even managed to display malicious links as the first result for popular searches.

Moreover, we have found that more than 50% of popular searches contain at least one malicious spam SEO link in the first 10 pages. Is Google doing enough to protect its users? In this talk, we'll debate that question.

Julien Sobrier, from Zscaler, will talk about Blackhat spam SEO on Thursday 09/02 and address the following:

• What is Blackhat spam SEO?
• How do attackers leverage spam SEO?
• How prevalent are spam SEO attacks?
• What different types of attacks are involved?
• What can search engines do to better protect end users?
• How can end users protect themselves?

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Frank Abagnale: “Catch Me If You Can” | Talks at Google

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For Google's Security and Privacy Month, we are honored to present the real Frank Abagnale, Renowned Cybersecurity And Fraud Prevention Expert, Bestselling Author & Subject of Catch Me If You Can.

His transformation from one of the world’s most notorious con men to an international cybersecurity expert trusted by the FBI has been mythologized in film and literature – but the takeaways he shares are the real deal.

Frank's contributions to the world of security are immeasurable. He has become a hero to hundreds of public and private sector organizations for his indispensable counsel and strategic insight on safeguarding information systems and combating cyber-fraud.

With an eye on the latest techniques developed by high-tech criminals to deceive and defraud, Frank leaves audiences with a deep understanding of today’s evolving security landscape, and more importantly, a vision of how to make the world a safer place.

Becoming Anonymous: The Complete Guide To Maximum Security Online (2017/2018)

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Video tutorial showing how to become anonymous, hide you internet traffic and identity, and browse the web freely without any fear of privacy invasion or any security concerns from your Government, school, or organization (NSA, CIA, FBI). Going off the grid and becoming fully anonymous (hiding your online identity) is not 100% possible, because of how the internet works, but we can do everything we possibly can to get as close as possible to anonymous. In this video guide, I will show you how to secure all of your devices–such as computers, phones (iPhone vs Android), tablets, and anything else, by securing your passwords, using two factor authentication, securing your web browsers (Mozilla Firefox & Tor), using a VPN (NordVPN or AirVPN), securing social media (Facebook, Snapchat), your communication like texting and email (Signal and Protonmail encrypted messengers), your operating system (Linux), and much much more! I will also cover deleting a majority of your online identity/fingerprint to hide as much information about you as possible, in addition to give you tips on how to prevent social engineering attacks.

URGENT: This guide has A LOT of room for improvement, and I have made sure to update it. If you're interested in learning about EVERYTHING you need to know about security, privacy, and anonymity–check out Go Incognito, a free and in-depth course taking you from start to finish: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3KeV6Ui_4CayDGHw64OFXEPHgXLkrtJO

Now, some of you may ask why? Well, at a basic level, your privacy is constantly invaded by the websites you visit, your ISP, your government, your school/employer, and even services you use like Google or Facebook. Everything you do is being tracked and we aren't quite sure what consequences may result out of all of this data being created out of us. Some people also fear certain things like doxing, and other forms of leaks of your personal information. It is also common for corporations to sell your data for a profit, which is a complete violation of your privacy.

This video is my 8,000 subscriber video, so I hope everyone part of the Techlore community enjoys it, and any newcomers decide to become part of the awesome community! Subscribe if you are passionate about internet security and want to have a central place to discuss and learn about it.
-Henry (Techlore)

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LINKS (By Order of Appearance):

Techlore Scoring PDF Guide: https://ufile.io/fg37x
How Secure is my Password: http://bit.ly/Kz6V00
Free Password Manager Video: http://bit.ly/2HGps84
Google Authenticator (Play Store): http://bit.ly/19dDzPR
Google Authenticator (App Store): https://apple.co/1lDUkZN
DuckDuckGo: https://duckduckgo.com/
Startpage: https://www.startpage.com/
What is a VPN?: http://bit.ly/2HIDplZ
NordVPN Review: http://bit.ly/2DzZXCF
iNumbr: https://www.inumbr.com/
Signal Messenger: https://www.signal.org/
ProtonMail: https://protonmail.com/
CCleaner: https://www.piriform.com/ccleaner
Firefox: https://mzl.la/1heu2Ys
uBlock Origin: https://mzl.la/1LCnIua
Privacy Badger: https://mzl.la/2FXWe7r
HTTPS Everywhere: https://mzl.la/2jwWafG
Google My Activity: https://myactivity.google.com/
F-Droid Store: https://f-droid.org/
LineageOS ROM: https://lineageos.org/
CopperheadOS ROM: https://copperhead.co/android/
Tor Browser: https://www.torproject.org/
Orbot (Play Store): http://bit.ly/1a15JMf
Orfox (Play Store): http://bit.ly/29sml8g
Firefox Focus (Play Store): http://bit.ly/2swr51v
Red Onion (App Store): https://apple.co/2tTzlxf
Firefox Focus (App Store): https://apple.co/2pipcFn
Coinbase Referral Link: http://bit.ly/2FNg3Lq
SMAC: http://bit.ly/2FIWuaY
Delete Your Account: http://bit.ly/2FGVTH1
Pipl: https://pipl.com/
TinEye: https://tineye.com/
Archives: https://www.archives.com/

SOURCES (By Order of Appearance):

Harvard Gazette Online Security: http://bit.ly/2vop4Jt
The Verge Facebook Lawsuit: http://bit.ly/2FENfIZ
CBS News Data Broker: http://cbsn.ws/2xuhYzq
NBC News Equifax Data Breach: http://nbcnews.to/2gPetAZ
Good Security Questions: http://goodsecurityquestions.com/examples
NordVPN on SMS 2FA Security: http://bit.ly/2plfUIE
How a VPN Works? (Lego Video): http://bit.ly/2pnS9zd
Makeuseof FB Messenger Privacy: http://bit.ly/2piq78N
FindLaw Email Privacy Concerns: http://bit.ly/2phsdWm
LifeHacker Chrome Data Collection: http://bit.ly/2hsna4W
PCWorld Linux More Secure: http://bit.ly/2HCX9XS

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