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Quick backstory – My downstairs neighbour goes on holiday for 3 months to far-East Asia every year (I think Vietnam) – Nothing unusual in that.
The floors are very thin between us (1 house split into 2 flats) and in recent weeks I’ve heard some of his conversations which I think are video chats. He has them very early in the morning, 6-7am local time. The girls sound very young (he’s in his 50’s) and 100% sounds like they’re from that region. He refers to her as honey, sweetie etc. and refers to himself as daddy. The girls English isn’t great and I’ve noticed he speaks slowly and clearly. Oddly enough, I’ve heard 2-3 different girls on these video calls and all these calls are very sexual. I also hear them asking for money which he’s been declining due to Covid-19.
He also has a kid and family (divorced) here.
He has these calls at the back of the flat where he thinks he has privacy but doesn’t realise how thin the ceiling / floors are. I highly suspect something dodgy is going on however, there could be nothing wrong here at all (girls being adults, everything being consensual etc.)
I want to join in and listen / watch 1 or 2 of these calls to see if I’m right before reporting this to the police or possibly have a skim through his internet history. If he’s innocent and I’m overreacting, I don’t want to strain the police resources and wrongfully accuse someone. I already have his Wi-Fi password from when I first moved in so I guess that is a start.
His sense of humour has always been on the dark side (about minors etc.) but, I joke about everything myself so until recently, didn’t think anything of it.
I appreciate any tips / guidance given.
So 2 years ago I sent nudes consensually between girls I matched with in Bumble. Now my nudes were leaked online just a few days ago, on a twitter account that stores all the the nudes of different victim on a google drive. I was able to get the email …
I know that companies use sms spoofing to change the sender id to the company’s name instead of their actual number. They all probably use something like a sms gateway to do that. I was wondering if it was possible to do manually, like using something like srsLTE and a Software Defined Radio to do it manually?
Note:I’m not asking this because I want to do something illegal (if I wanted that i could easily pay a sms spoofing service)
I know ISPs know where you visit but how effective is HTTPS at securing what you do on a website? And how easy/hard is it for you or others to obtain such information – enough to be worried? submitted by /u/AveragePolynomial [link]  …
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A new piece of ransomware dubbed Try2Cry leverages infected USB flash drives and Windows shortcuts (LNK files) to infect other Windows systems. A new ransomware dubbed Try2Cry implements wormable capabilities to infect other Windows systems by using USB flash drives or Windows shortcuts (LNK files). The Try2Cry ransomware was discovered by the malware researcher Karsten Hahn while analyzing an unidentified malware sample. The expert was […]
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A joint operation conducted by European police arrested hundreds of criminals after that agents infiltrated into EncroChat encrypted chat network. In a joint operation conducted by European and British law enforcement agencies resulted in the arrest of hundreds of alleged drug dealers and other crooks. The police infiltrated into a global network of an encrypted […]
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A recent report reveals that about half a million owners of Mercedes, Hyundai, and BMW were targets of a massive data breach. The report from KELA, a darknet intelligence firm based in Tel Aviv, revealed that the hackers were able to steal the informat…