Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Hackers crack German government spy software

This week IT experts from the CCC (Chaos Computer Club) hacked german government spy software. They claim the conroversial software is capable of illigal activities, contains mutiple security flaws and "...appeared to be of shoddy quality".

The three-decade old German hacker group Chaos Computer Club (CCC) is claiming in a new report that that the German government has developed software to gather information from target computers. The software, which CCC refers to as Bundestrojaner or “government trojan,” can capture screenshots, record keystrokes, and record audio from sources like Skype calls. Most troulbing, CCC says that this piece of  ... (read full Article on