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September 12, 2020



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3 Ways Cybercriminals Hack into Netflix Accounts


The streaming platform’s strong growth has been accompanied by an uptick in hacking and all kinds of scams.  In 2019, Netflix came in at #4 on the list of the top brands in phishing attacks.

User accounts on this type of online platform present high value on the net’s hidden black markets, with several hundred thousand accounts available for sale. Hulu, HBO Now, DirectTV, Spotify Premium, Brazzers, Pornhub, CBS, NBC, and of course Netflix, are just a handful of the brands whose pirated accounts sell for between $1.50 and $3.00 apiece on the black market.

3 Ways Cybercriminals Hack into Netflix Accounts


1.Well-executed Phishing Campaigns
Netflix is one of the most spoofed brands in the world for phishing attacks. These fake emails, which spoof a brand and its visual identity, are designed to invite the recipient to take action: to click on a link releasing malware, to pay an invoice online, enter account credentials, or enter bank account information. According to our Phishers’ Favorites Q2 2019 report, Netflix phishing emails are most common on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Not all pages have the same purpose. Some spoof the account creation and payment page, while others spoof the account login page.
2. Telephone Service Provider Accounts
The second most common way to hack Netflix is to create an account through a phone service provider. Few consumers know this, but it is now possible to create an account through your phone service provider. In the “subscription options”, it’s possible to find a “partner,” including third-party on-demand services.
By hacking into such an account, you can subscribe to a third-party account. This scam works because an increase of a few dollars per month often goes unnoticed by a family who has subscribed to telephone and the Internet with the same provider.
That’s why it’s so important to check your statement regularly.
3. Open Accounts in Hotels and Airbnbs
Today, the major video-on-demand services are now integrated natively into connected TV sets. It’s not uncommon to find this type of TV in a hotel or an Airbnb rental. A common mistake is to forget to your disconnect your account before leaving the location. It’s often possible to find forgotten accounts on this type of equipment, which gives the hackers access to the unsuspecting user’s email and phone number.
So before leaving, it’s critical to disconnect your account from the TV set.

Netflix scam directs users to phony site

A new Netflix-themed phishing scam is showing up in the inboxes of users of the streaming service, claiming to be from Netflix Support and falsely informing the targeted victims that there is a problem with their account. The scam tries to alarm users into immediate socially engineered action by telling them that their accounts will be canceled within 24 hours if they don’t update their personal information. A link in the email sends the victim to a functioning CAPTCHA page, which could possibly fool users into thinking the scam in legitimate. After the CAPTCHA page, the victim is taken to a Netflix clone site to input their personal information, including credit card number. Netflix users are advised to be aware.

Armorblox first spotted the phishing attack a few weeks ago when Netflix customers started receiving emails in their inboxes that claimed to be from Netflix Support. The email informed the customers that there was a problem verifying their personal details and that it was resulting in billing issues. They were also told their accounts would be canceled in 24 hours if they didn’t update their personal information to solve the problem.
FALSE - I did not upgrade my plan

“When targets clicked the link, they were led to a fully fledged Netflix lookalike website with a phishing flow that asked them to part with their Netflix login credentials, billing address, and credit card details,” Armorblox co-founder Chetan Anand explained in the blog post. “Once the phishing flow was complete, targets were redirected to the real Netflix home page, none the wiser about being compromised.”
FALSE - I know my information, why would I download it ? This is STUPID - Netflix has no business releasing any information to anyone other than the authorized Email acct it came from ! NO ACCOUNTABILITY

Email phishing attacks are a dime a dozen, but as Armorblox explains, this one was noteworthy because it was able to get through email security controls. The first trick that the hackers used was redirecting users to “a fully functioning CAPTCHA page with subtle Netflix branding” if they clicked the link in the email. This made the entire procedure look more legitimate, and might have been enough to convince some Netflix customers.
I canceled (So I thought) this in July 2020 , but I had to translate a language I've never seen before on any emails, or netflix.com - Somehow I managed to get it back into ENGLISH...   I live in the United States, why would you write to me in any other language than English ???? - SO - SO - DUMB !

Furthermore, both the CAPTCHA page and the Netflix clone site were hosted on legitimate domains, one of which belongs to Wyoming Health Fairs and the other of which is hosted on the site of an oil and gas company in Texas. “By hosting phishing pages on legitimate parent domains, attackers are able to evade security controls based on URL/link protection and get past filters that block known bad domains,” Anand says.
Google warns Compromised Password

Whether or not you would have fallen for this scam, it never hurts to know what’s out there. After all, if that email had managed to get through into your inbox, there’s a chance you could have given away your personal information and credit card number. That said, as clever as this attack might have been relative to the spam you ignore every day, detecting it would have been as simple as looking at the address bar in your browser.
What should you do if your account is hacked?
When an account is hacked, you should contact Netflix. If you can still access the account, in Settings, the option “Disconnect all devices” lets you disconnect all devices currently using the account. Then simply change the password. Additionally, you should change your passwords for all other online accounts. Finally, Netflix provides tips for users who receive suspicious emails regarding their service here.
  • Netflix does not display the users’ full credit card numbers even to the user themselves on the page, thus thwarting any attempt by hackers to hack Netflix accounts to steal credit card details. Also, they only handle credit card details after ‘tokenization’ for added safety. 
Tokenization is the process of turning a meaningful piece of data, such as an account number, into a random string of characters called a token that has no meaningful value if breached. Tokens serve as reference to the original data, but cannot be used to guess those values.

  • For Educational Purpose Only - This acct is no longer active

Billions of passwords now available on underground forums, say security researchers

Usernames and passwords for everything from network administrator accounts and bank details to streaming services and anti-virus software are up for grabs on the dark web - and many are being distributed for free.

Usernames and passwords for over 15 billion accounts, including network administrator accounts, bank accounts and streaming services are in circulation online, according to security company researchers.
Cyber security researchers at Digital Shadows spent 18 months analyzing how hackers gain access to and use stolen account details and have detailed how account takeover has never been easier or cheaper for cyber criminals.
Many breached accounts are shared multiple times – suggesting that despite being hacked, the user remains unaware of what has happened. But despite that duplication, researchers say there's still over five billion 'unique' accounts up for sale on the cyber-criminal underground, providing buyers access to hacked online services.
The most valuable leaked credentials are those that provide administrator-level access to organisations, with the most valuable being offered for up to $120,000, the company said. The average cost is $3,139, which is still a significant amount, but with the kind of access offered by administrator credentials, cyber criminals could make what they pay for the information back many times over. Even if attackers are paying a six-figure sum for credentials, if they use that access to disrupt an entire network with a ransomware attack and demand millions of dollars in exchange for returning access, the criminals might consider the cost worth it.
For consumer accounts, it's bank login credentials that sell for the highest value, with researchers noting that the average price stands at $70.91. The value for purchasing a bank account comes from the criminal being able to access any funds the victim has saved up – which could be thousands – as well as the ability to apply for credit cards, loans and other financial packages.
Perhaps surprisingly, the second highest costs for hacked accounts are for antivirus programs, which access can be purchased to for an average cost of $21.67 – which is much less than the cost of a legitimate yearly subscription.
"Much like with streaming accounts, it's likely that many buyers are simply of the mindset that they do not wait to pay for a subscription to an antivirus service," Alex Guirakhoo, threat research team lead at Digital Shadows told ZDNet.
Accounts form media-streaming services, VPNs, file-sharing accounts and social media all trade for under $10. In cases like streaming services, the user could potentially provide their account credentials to a friend or family member anyway, so might not even notice their account is being used, let alone compromised.
Researchers warn that the reason that so many account credentials are available online – be they administrator passwords, bank details or a login for Netflix – is because people are using weak passwords that can easily be taken over with brute force cracking tools.
"These attacks are typically automated login attempts that use a predetermined list of access credentials – often, combinations of usernames or email addresses and plaintext passwords – sourced from previous data breaches or leaks," said Guirakhoo.
"Credential stuffing tools are inexpensive to purchase and use, even offering some level of automation to make gaining account access a trivial task," he added.
One way people – and businesses – can make it harder for their online accounts to be taken over is by using a unique password for each service, something which the use of a password manager could help with.
Users should also apply multi-factor authentication for an extra layer of protection, because even if the password is breached, there's an alert that informs you that someone tried to get into your account.
But with over 15 billion accounts already compromised, it's highly possible that yours could be among them. Anyone worried that their account might have been hacked should look to change their password.
"If you suspect your account has been compromised, you should immediately change your passwords – and for any other services where you have used the same password – and check for any fraudulent activity. This is where unique passwords come in handy," said Guirakhoo.

Here are some students that talk about there Netflix experience in the last few days. The DATA is overwhelming ! There was no need to search the DarkWeb, many people will just  'Reset' not realizing the magnitude of this problem.
Was your Password Stolen ? To be used in another Streaming Service ?
Was your Banking Information Stolen ? 
Who is responsible for this ? Perhaps we should #CancelNetflix
This is not a reset problem, its a problem of "Public Awareness" and "Litigation" 





  • Fri Sep 11 21:24:50 +0000 2020
    My Netflix account KEEPS getting hacked. Like what😂
  • Fri Sep 11 21:05:24 +0000 2020
    So some asshole hacked my email and is using my fucking Netflix and I can’t log in to my email because theirs is set to the recovery email.
  • Fri Sep 11 21:05:13 +0000 2020
    RT @OG_Gearhound: @IPOT1776 @paulkrugman Now he doesn't have to fake a hacked phone to download CP. He can just watch Netflix..😏
  • Fri Sep 11 20:11:32 +0000 2020
    Someone in Spain hacked my Netflix account and changed all the settings. The audacity 😂. “This is my account now” the fuck?!
  • Fri Sep 11 18:35:52 +0000 2020
    raven hacked netflix services and made murphy got his netflix account get suspended, clarke made the plan of everyt… https://t.co/3pyxaePDdw
  • Fri Sep 11 17:58:46 +0000 2020
    @IPOT1776 @paulkrugman Now he doesn't have to fake a hacked phone to download CP. He can just watch Netflix..😏
  • Fri Sep 11 16:43:49 +0000 2020
    @TBoywonder @MrOdanz I don't use hacked app. D once I tried it that was my experience. I pay for normal Netflix now
  • Fri Sep 11 16:18:50 +0000 2020
    @solosclark @Trxcann Cyborg: the one who hacked the Netflix
  • Fri Sep 11 15:58:50 +0000 2020
    RT @supportsteven: Niggas hacked twirra and put a whole season of tv on here, Netflix lower your prices or else...
  • Fri Sep 11 15:56:52 +0000 2020
    Niggas hacked twirra and put a whole season of tv on here, Netflix lower your prices or else...
  • Fri Sep 11 15:42:54 +0000 2020
    @TBoywonder @MrOdanz Most of these hacked Netflix apps don't have all the movies
  • Fri Sep 11 14:05:09 +0000 2020
    RT @hyltwhore: RIRI JUST HACKED MY NETFLIX @pussytaIented
  • Fri Sep 11 13:29:06 +0000 2020
    RT @1208_sunghoon: i hacked into ilanders' netflix account! 😼 https://t.co/b4ovh3G4Os
  • Fri Sep 11 13:28:53 +0000 2020
    i hacked into ilanders' netflix account! 😼 https://t.co/b4ovh3G4Os
  • Fri Sep 11 13:11:45 +0000 2020
    Kwani Epstein hacked Netflix https://t.co/UQWFA9nyOL
  • Fri Sep 11 13:09:16 +0000 2020
    @wej_the @paulkrugman Someone hacked into his Netflix account and turned it on for him. As well as his TV. He called the FBI to investigate.
  • Fri Sep 11 13:08:09 +0000 2020
    They really hacked my Netflix, changed the password, tried to change the email, and canceled my subscription like I… https://t.co/RqT3mSi5wA
  • Fri Sep 11 11:51:55 +0000 2020
    @unfazed_enigma 😂I actually have the hacked Netflix app lemme see if I can get the apk and send to you 😂
  • Fri Sep 11 11:04:18 +0000 2020
    I think my Netflix has been hacked and someone’s watching all the none manly programmes https://t.co/pH6KTXgfgi
  • Fri Sep 11 07:51:49 +0000 2020
    RT @SethKinstle: What if you hacked Netflix and replaced everything with a video of a horse projectile shitting out its ass #parody #coron…
  • Fri Sep 11 07:50:53 +0000 2020
    What if you hacked Netflix and replaced everything with a video of a horse projectile shitting out its ass #parody… https://t.co/658ZPzfqOA
  • Fri Sep 11 06:36:55 +0000 2020
    RT @LeLulzBoat: Netflix info drop https://t.co/OOEHFBglL7 Fuck with children and we fuck with you. Hacked by @GhostSec__ We run shit be…
  • Fri Sep 11 04:47:09 +0000 2020
    First my Netflix account was hacked now my Disney+ wtfff 😤😤
  • Fri Sep 11 04:35:27 +0000 2020
    So someone just hacked my Netflix account, changed the language to Spanish and changed the phone number and passwor… https://t.co/DEpbrijN6H
  • Fri Sep 11 02:33:51 +0000 2020
    Netflix better say they got hacked 😂
  • Fri Sep 11 01:55:00 +0000 2020
    RT @xxscyf: NETFLIX PREMIUM SHARED ACCOUNT AVAILABLE 📍120 per month 📍200 for 2 months 📍280 for 3 months 🎗 not hacked 🎗 will not randomly…
  • Fri Sep 11 01:40:37 +0000 2020
    @TheRightColumn Someone hacked his Netflix account to make it seem like he watched it.
  • Fri Sep 11 01:39:46 +0000 2020
    NETFLIX PREMIUM SHARED ACCOUNT AVAILABLE 📍120 per month 📍200 for 2 months 📍280 for 3 months 🎗 not hacked 🎗 will… https://t.co/EAeqiWIJes
  • Fri Sep 11 01:02:04 +0000 2020
    @MintBlais I don’t fucking understand why Netflix approve this ?? Or were they hacked
  • Fri Sep 11 00:22:44 +0000 2020
    RT @edoloughlin: My youngest hacked our Netflix parental code. She put light grease on the remote and got me to input the code when she was…
    • Thu Sep 10 23:51:37 +0000 2020
      RT @LeLulzBoat: Netflix info drop https://t.co/OOEHFBglL7 Fuck with children and we fuck with you. Hacked by @GhostSec__ We run shit be…
    • Thu Sep 10 21:31:12 +0000 2020
      @LeninSidious @dtempleton_smb Would be a shame if someone hacked into Netflix in a month and leaked the accounts wh… https://t.co/gyUcVJGFAW
    • Thu Sep 10 21:15:05 +0000 2020
      I want to assume someone hacked into netflix and uploaded this movie because the ‘cuties’ movie is just so wrong on… https://t.co/R2iP4oabR4
    • Thu Sep 10 20:29:36 +0000 2020
      RT @ty_paul_: @TelvinGriffin With a chaser of Hacked, also on Netflix. Don't have any weapons lying close by though, you'll want to rampag…
    • Thu Sep 10 20:27:51 +0000 2020
      @TelvinGriffin With a chaser of Hacked, also on Netflix. Don't have any weapons lying close by though, you'll want to rampage.
    • Thu Sep 10 18:37:54 +0000 2020
      While I was actively watching Netflix, someone hacked my account, changed my email, password, and phone number.
    • Thu Sep 10 18:22:11 +0000 2020
      RT @Homo_Superus: My brother: my Netflix was hacked by someone who created an account called ‘serpentine’ My mum: how would you see Serpen…
    • Thu Sep 10 17:54:26 +0000 2020
      that post about that woman who's netflix got hacked and she changed all her credit card info and passwords and then… https://t.co/SUG0nwJSQf
    • Thu Sep 10 17:51:47 +0000 2020
      Keep getting notifications my Netflix has been hacked jokes on them my name isn’t “parasite #2” on my moms account for nothing
    • Thu Sep 10 17:51:42 +0000 2020
      My brother: my Netflix was hacked by someone who created an account called ‘serpentine’ My mum: how would you see… https://t.co/dkz5nDvZrG
    • Thu Sep 10 17:50:58 +0000 2020
      I don’t pay for Netflix I have a hacked fired stick I refuse to pay for Netflix and they’re putting child pornograp… https://t.co/1oXXoj7qJX
    • Thu Sep 10 17:14:55 +0000 2020
      My first series on Netflix was Daredevil. I was obessed, back then I hacked someone else’s Netflix, didn’t buy offi… https://t.co/rdcIsG9R0w
    • Thu Sep 10 16:43:33 +0000 2020
      - NETFLIX - shinjirō: person who pays for the acct jinichi: hacked into the acct xiùlán: parasite miyoko: lesbian free pass
    • Thu Sep 10 15:56:18 +0000 2020
      @poppyblu22 @hulu Mine started working yesterday, thankfully! I have had my Netflix account hacked and it’s the wor… https://t.co/HYWFy6nGwb
    • Thu Sep 10 14:19:44 +0000 2020
      @davelikesbacon @netflix I cancelled because someone hacked our account and when we contacted Netflix they blamed u… https://t.co/rYnhVJkrAU
    • Thu Sep 10 14:19:13 +0000 2020
      @shinjiooc ofc it is i hacked their netflix and took a screenshot of it
    • Thu Sep 10 14:18:00 +0000 2020
      @CountDankulaTV @ZanyMan_e Bet you in 5 years Netflix gets hacked and they doxx everyone that watched it, labelling them as pervs.
    • Thu Sep 10 12:43:01 +0000 2020
      RT @gabrielaortizc_: @byrnetheblunt And Nine Ball as the person who hacked Netflix
    • Thu Sep 10 12:41:46 +0000 2020
      @byrnetheblunt And Nine Ball as the person who hacked Netflix
    • Thu Sep 10 12:07:45 +0000 2020
      @fatmarants Hacked Spotify, family Netflix and dads credit card 🌚
    • Thu Sep 10 05:49:46 +0000 2020
      Watch, download and watch Movies on Netflix for free......😲😲😲😲 YES🤟🤟YES 🤟🤟 YES 🤟🤟 YES DM for ur NETFLIX hacked app....🔐🔐
    • Thu Sep 10 05:35:41 +0000 2020
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    • Thu Sep 10 04:03:00 +0000 2020
      Are we being hacked by our own Social media? YES, how? watch #sociamediadilema in netflix now.
    • Thu Sep 10 01:25:17 +0000 2020
      RT @LJH___________: #handmarkedpaperballots ONLY! Pass it on. @jennycohn1 Putin has US Voting Machines hacked. Film on Netflix: The Great H…
    • Thu Sep 10 01:13:38 +0000 2020
      #handmarkedpaperballots ONLY! Pass it on. @jennycohn1 Putin has US Voting Machines hacked. Film on Netflix: The Gre… https://t.co/xzjVHArQnw
    • Thu Sep 10 00:33:21 +0000 2020
      @Thebrighto Okay I have hacked Netflix account If interested Send me a DM through my link Lovers of movies Watch la… https://t.co/rSlATlYTeG
    • Thu Sep 10 00:24:06 +0000 2020
      @LIVEColourUK Okay I have hacked Netflix account If interested Send me a DM through my link Lovers of movies Watch… https://t.co/DSEPJyfQ92
    • Thu Sep 10 00:23:01 +0000 2020
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    • Thu Sep 10 00:22:33 +0000 2020
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    • Thu Sep 10 00:22:11 +0000 2020
      @BBNaija Okay I have hacked Netflix account If interested Send me a DM through my link Lovers of movies Watch lates… https://t.co/cyS21FtxF5
    • Thu Sep 10 00:21:39 +0000 2020
      @BBNaija Okay I have hacked Netflix account If interested Send me a DM through my link Lovers of movies Watch lates… https://t.co/jHiw0GxjpS
    • Thu Sep 10 00:20:50 +0000 2020
      @joshuaodeyemi Okay I have hacked Netflix account If interested Send me a DM through my link Lovers of movies Watch… https://t.co/9PjSJvAvUR
    • Thu Sep 10 00:00:47 +0000 2020
      RT @edoloughlin: My youngest hacked our Netflix parental code. She put light grease on the remote and got me to input the code when she was…

You may wish to file a report with the appropriate authorities and/or your regional fraud reporting center — such as the Internet Crime Complaint Center (www.ic3.gov)
You may also contact the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which handles complaints about deceptive or unfair business practices. 
To file a complaint, visit http://www.ftc.gov/ftc/contact.shtm, call 1-877-FTC-HELP, or write to the following address:

Federal Trade Commission
CRC-240
Washington, D.C. 20580
If your complaint is against a company in a country other than the United States, you can file it at http://www.econsumer.gov. You can also find information on where to report in locations outside the United States at econsumer.gov.
Or you can try Google - If you think you found a phishing site, reporting the phishing page here.
Forward the message to phishing@netflix.com with the steps above.
There are plenty of Video's on Youtube that teach you how to hack Netflix. If Netflix does nothing to fix this problem, who know's I may learn how to get Netflix for FREE without ever paying for it again. This problem is years old !
In any event our NETFLIX SUBSCRIPTION IS CANCELED
#CANCELNETFLIX


Security Report for Netflix

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Website Risks

netflix.com
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Insecure SSL/TLS versions available
Any version of the SSL protocol, and TLS prior to version 1.2, are now considered insecure. The server should disable support for these old protocols.
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HttpOnly cookies not used
When HttpOnly cookies are not used, the cookies can be accessed on the client, which enables certain type of client-side attacks. The website configuration should be changed to enforce HttpOnly cookies.
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Secure cookies not used
When secure cookies are not used, there is an increased risk of third parties intercepting information contained in these cookies. The website configuration should be changed so that all 'Set-Cookie' headers include 'secure'.
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Server information header exposed
Exposing information about the server version increases the ability of attackers to exploit certain vulnerabilities. The website configuration should be changed to prevent version information being revealed in the 'server' header.
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HSTS header does not contain includeSubDomains
The HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) header does not contain the includeSubDomains directive. This directive instructs the browser to also enforce the HSTS policy over subdomains of this domain.
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Domain was not found on the HSTS preload list
The domain was not found on the HSTS preload list. Users who visit the website for the first time will be vulnerable to MITM attacks. The requirements for inclusion on the preload list are specified by hstspreload.org.
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SSL available
SSL is supported for this site.
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SSL does not expire within 20 days
SSL certificate does not expire within 20 days.
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SSL has not expired
SSL certificate has not expired.
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Strong SSL algorithm
Industry standard SHA-256 encryption in use.
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Hostname matches SSL certificate
The site's hostname matches the SSL certificate.
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Certificate not found on our revoked certificate list
The site's certificate chain was checked against our list of revoked certificates.
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All traffic routed via HTTPS
All communication with the website occurs using HTTPS.
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X-Powered-By header not exposed
Information about specific technology used on the server is obscured.
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HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) enforced
With HSTS enforced, people browsing this site are less susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks.
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ASP.NET version header not exposed
Ensuring the ASP.NET version header is not exposed makes it harder for attackers to exploit certain vulnerabilities.
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ASP.NET version header not exposing specific ASP.net version
Ensuring the ASP.NET version header is not exposing a specific version makes it harder for attackers to exploit certain vulnerabilities.
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No vulnerable software versions detected
Ensuring software is patched regularly reduces the ability of attackers to exploit publicly disclosed vulnerabilities.
title

Email Security

netflix.com
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SPF syntax correct
Sender Policy Framework (SPF) record passes basic syntax checks.
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Strict SPF filtering
Sender Policy Framework (SPF) record strictly enforces specific domains allowed to send email on its behalf.
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SPF ptr mechanism not used
Sender Policy Framework (SPF) record does not include the ptr mechanism.
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DMARC policy exists
DMARC protects against fraudulent emails being sent from a domain.
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DMARC policy is p=reject
DMARC reject policy provides the most effective protection against fraudulent emails being sent from a domain.
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DMARC policy percentage is default
DMARC policy percentage is set to default 100%, ensuring all mail is covered by the policy.
title

Network Security

netflix.com
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DNSSEC not enabled
DNSSEC records prevent third parties from forging the records that guarantee a domain's identity. DNSSEC should be configured for this domain.
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No ports are open
No open ports were detected.
title

Phishing and Malware

netflix.com
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Not a suspected phishing page
This site does not appear to be a forgery or imitation of another website.
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Not a suspected malware provider
This website does not appear to contain malicious code.
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Not suspected of unwanted software
This website does not appear to be attempting to install unwanted software.

title

Brand Protection

netflix.com
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Domain does not expire soon
Domain does not expire within 30 days.
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Domain has not expired
Domain has not expired.
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Domain registrar transfer protection enabled
Domain is protected from unsolicited transfer requests with the registrar.
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Domain registrar deletion protection enabled
Domain is protected from unsolicited deletion requests with the registrar.
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Domain registrar update protection enabled
Domain is protected from unsolicited update requests with the registrar.
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Domain not flagged as inactive
Domain is not flagged as inactive.
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Domain not pending deletion
Domain is not pending deletion with the registrar.
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Domain not pending restoration
Domain is not pending restoration with the registrar.
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Domain free of registry DNS resolution hold
Domain is not under a DNS resolution hold with the registry itself.
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Domain free of registrar DNS resolution hold
Domain is not under a DNS resolution hold with the registrar.
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Domain renewal not prohibited by registry
Domain is not prohibited from renewal at the registry itself.




Blogger OS9USER posted on 4:37 PM, September 12, 2020

Breaking : FBI has an open case on Netflix Hacking.

Netflix is currently under investigation by Agents.

 


Blogger OS9USER posted on 3:07 PM, September 13, 2020

We had Technical Difficulties with our Audio , (We) are sorry for the postponed schedule ...

We were Live, but the Audio was in an "Echo Chamber" ...

Growing Pains ....

 


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 Claim by Mike Pence:

"(Biden’s) own chief of staff, Ron Klain, would say last year that it was pure luck, that they did ‘everything possible wrong’ (with H1N1). And we learned from that."
PolitiFact rating: Needs context
Fact-checking the 2020 vice presidential debate, Kamala Harris vs. Mike Pence

Claim by Kamala Harris:
"There are estimates that by the end of the term of this administration, they will have lost more jobs than almost any other presidential administration."
PolitiFact rating: Half True


Claim by Mike Pence:
That Rose Garden event — there's been a great deal of speculation about it — my wife Karen and I were there and honored to be there. Many of the people who were at that event, Susan, were actually tested for coronavirus, and it was an outdoor event, which all of our scientists r...
CBS News rating: Partially true


Claim by Mike Pence:
"This administration saw 500,000 manufacturing jobs created."
PolitiFact rating: Misleading


Claim by Sen. Kamala Harris:
"Because of a so-called trade war with China, America lost 300,000 manufacturing jobs."
FactCheck.org rating: False


Claim by Mike Pence:
"The Green New Deal's on their campaign website."
PolitiFact rating: Misleading


Claim by Kamala Harris:
"Do you know that of the 50 people who President Trump appointed to the court of appeals for lifetime appointments, not one is Black?"
PolitiFact rating: Accurate


Claim by Mike Pence:
The Rose Garden event with Judge Amy Coney Barrett "was an outdoor event which all of our scientists regularly and routinely advised."
PolitiFact rating: Wrong


Claim by Kamala Harris:
Says Trump "got rid of" the National Security Council pandemic threat staff, and the CDC's team in China.


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COME AWAY



Release Date: December 24, 2020 (Singapore)

Genre : Thriller






The official synopsis;

Before Alice went to Wonderland, and before Peter became Pan, they were brother and sister. When their eldest brother dies in a tragic accident, they each seek to save their parents from their downward spirals of despair until finally they are forced to choose between home and imagination, setting the stage for their iconic journeys into Wonderland and Neverland.



Warning: Some flashing-lights scenes in this film may effect photosensitive viewers.



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