Ransom Ware is becoming more and more popular. I recently heard someone say they paid 3 times to have their machines fixed because they got infected. What they did not realize is they were paying the very people that infected them in the first place. This week we are going to explain Ransom Ware, some of the new and very scary techniques these malware authors are using to get money out of you. For show notes, contact, suggestions and more details about the Security 101 Series visit the show page at: http://tech-zen.tv/security101 or http://security101.tv. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel or our netcasts at any of your favorite netcast / podcast outlets. We love input on what you would like to know or if you have an idea for a new Security 101 tip, you can contact us via email or phone at the show information page.
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Learn how to decrypt an encrypted drive. Learn how to turn off the bitlocker option and remove encryption from a drive. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ In this tutorial, we will teach you how to decrypt drive. For the purpose of this tutorial, we have already encrypted a removable disk. We will teach you how to decrypt it and remove encryption from this removable disk in this tutorial. Step 1 -- Open Computer Follow this step by step guide in order to learn how to decrypt drive. First of all, click on the start button and from the start menu, open the Computer. Step 2 -- Unlock drive For the purpose of this tutorial, we have already created an encrypted removable disk. We will right click on the drive and from the drop down menu, select the unlock drive option. Step 3 -- Enter password in drive encryption As a result, the bitlocker drive encryption window will open. Over there, you'd have to enter the password for the drive. Once you are done, hit the enter key in order to unlock. Step 4 -- Open bitlocker Now go back to the start menu and open the control panel. From there, go to system and security and then click on the bitlocker drive encryption option. Step 5 -- Turn off bitlocker Once there, go to the removable drive region and click on the turn off bitlocker option. As a result, a pop up will appear on your screen informing you that your drive will be decrypted. Click on the decrypt drive button in order to proceed. Step 6 -- Decrypt drive As a result, the decryption will begin. You can monitor the decryption process from the bitlocker dialog box. Once the decryption has completed, click on the close button to exit the dialog box. Step 7 -- Encryption removed Now open computer and locate the removable drive that was just decrypted. Right click on it and select the eject option. You'd be prompted with a warning message. Click on the continue button to eject the drive. Once done, we will plug in the removable drive again and will open it. You will notice that there is no encryption anymore and the contents of the drive will be visible to you. In this manner, you can decrypt a drive.
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This webcast, delivered by Joe Basirico, Director of Security Services at Security Innovation, presents fuzzing techniques and compare fuzzing to static analysis, dynamic analysis application scanning and other techniques.
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Download Crypt Pack: http://www60.zippyshare.com/v/11903662/file.html Rules to follow when using this crypter (keeps detection ratio down) 1) Do not test your file by scanning on websites that distribute your sample ex: virustotal.com, jotti, metascan, etc, etc. 2) Test your crypted file on sites like majyx, element scanner, etc, etc. 3) Do not upload your crypted file to file sharing websites that distribute your file, ex: mediafire, dropbox, etc, etc. 4) Upload your crypted files to file sharing websites like zippyshare, ge.tt, etc, etc. Mind you all these downloads are clean, if you differ, please PM me some hard proof. Again, the crypter included in this download (excluding smart assembly obfuscation 6) will soon in a few months build cryptions that will have a higher detection ratio on anti viruses. I will update the download with new crypters inside that are up to date for undetection on anti viruses. I am not responsible for your actions with these tools. They are not ment to be used illegaly, although they are, I do not use them that way, and you shouldn't. BlackShades Tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHFOxJkDCZQ Wish you all the best with crypting and hacking.
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