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  • Madrid Spanish Fraud Law Firm De Cambra Abogados

    Communication, Industrial Design

    Our Firm

    We are a generalist firm that offers a range of legal and financial services to any kind of clients, both physical persons and corporations, but with a particular specialization in foreign investments services in Spain and outward Spanish international investmests; for this reason, we have a wide net of collaborating firms in Europe, America and Asia.

    http://www.decambraabogados.com/indexingles_archivos/Page379.html

    At this moment, we have an office in Madrid and another in Vigo. Our staff is composed of attorneys and economists that have a high formation in most areas of Law with the final objective of giving an integral service to clients.
    
    The firm was created in 1995 by Mr. Víctor de Cambra Antón. In 1997 our firm associated with the firms of Juan Ignacio Sardá in Barcelona and Enrique Calomarde Firm in Valencia.
    
    In 2003, we decided to give up the association with Barcelona and Valencia firms; and to begin a new process of growth with the necessary independence and the advantage of having our own strategy.
    
    In august, 2005, our firm abandoned its original premises at Jorge Juan street of Madrid, and moved to a new office at Marqués de la Ensenada street.
    
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    Buying

    Through eBay

    If buying through eBay any emails from it will be in your eBay messages folder. Be aware that phishing scams are rife about eBay, along with a host of others including utility providers and banks. Some such scam messages which have been reported on and sent to thousands of internet users say that the intended victim’s eBay account has been suspended. To revive it the recipient is instructed to click into a link which may then display high ticket items supposedly for sale at improbably low prices. Such scams are nothing to do with eBay.

    Also to be treated with deep suspicion are any claims about eBay’s buyer protection for the purchaser of a vehicle or any mention of ‘vehicle protection’. eBay’s ‘buyer protection’ generally only applies to something that can be posted and is being paid for in the required way. It does not cover vehicles in the UK. Also regard with healthy scepticism an eBay seller who says their PayPal account isn’t working as an excuse for the payment to be made in a less secure way.

    PayPal

    If you are uneasy about an email purporting to come from PayPal send it to spoof@paypal.com. Log into your own PayPal account and check any messages. PayPal’s customer service line is on 0800 3587911. Often such fraudulent communications style PayPal’s name wrongly or are otherwise of low quality – although if it is right that won’t be proof the email is genuine.

    PayPal adds that one of the ways in which you will kn...

  • http://www.computerworld.co.nz/article/527577/maliciousbrowserextensionsposeseriousthreatdefenses_lacking/?fp=16&fpid=1

    Although the number of malicious browser extensions has significantly increased in the past year many security products fail to offer adequate protection against them, while others are simply not designed to do so, according to a security researcher.

    Attackers have already used such extensions to perform click fraud by inserting rogue advertisements into websites or by hijacking search queries, but research has shown that this type of malware has the potential to cause much more damage.

    Last year Zoltan Balazs, an IT security consultant with professional services firm Deloitte in Hungary, created a proof-of-concept malicious extension that could be controlled remotely by an attacker and could steal authentication credentials, hijack accounts, modify locally displayed Web pages, take screenshots through the computer's webcam, bypass two-factor authentication systems and even download and execute malicious files on a victim's computer.

    And last week the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) warned in its midyear report: "An increase in malicious browser extensions has been registered, aimed at taking over social network accounts."

    Earlier this year Balazs investigated how various security products protect users against malicious browser extensions and presented his findings at the OHM2013 security conference near...

  • Snowden disclosures prompt warning on widely used computer security formula

    (Reuters) - In the latest fallout from Edward Snowden's intelligence disclosures, a major U.S. computer security company warned thousands of customers on Thursday to stop using software that relies on a weak mathematical formula developed by the National Security Agency.

    RSA, the security arm of storage company EMC (EMC.N) Corp, told current customers in an email that a toolkit for developers had a default random-number generator using the weak formula, and that customers should switch to one of several other formulas in the product.

    Last week, the New York Times reported that Snowden's cache of documents from his time working for an NSA contractor showed that the agency used its public participation in the process for setting voluntary cryptography standards, run by the government's National Institute of Standards and Technology, to push for a formula that it knew it could break.

    NIST, which accepted the NSA proposal in 2006 as one of four systems acceptable for government use, this week said it would reconsider that inclusion in the wake of questions about its security.

    But RSA's warning underscores how the slow-moving standards process and industry practices could leave many users exposed to hacking by the NSA or others who could exploit the same flaw for years to come.

    RSA had no immediate comment. It was unclear how the company could reach all the former customers of its development tools, ...

  • People and Property: Real estate and construction news rundown

    Source Link http://www.nhbr.com/September-6-2013/People-and-Property-Real-estate-and-construction-news-rundown/

    New Hampshire Housing has approved over $1 million in funding for the development of Senior Living at Notre Dame in Berlin. The funding will be used by Littleton-based AHEAD (Affordable Housing, Education, and Development) to turn the city’s historic Notre Dame high school into over 30 units of affordable housing for seniors.

    Planned renovations include lead abatement and the installation of an energy-efficient wood chip boiler. Residents of the finished project will have access to supportive services and will have the benefit of paying a fixed percentage of their income toward rent. Construction is planned to begin in October, New Hampshire Housing said.

    The sale of 247-249 Pleasant St. in Concord – two buildings totaling 5,356 square feet that were once part of the former homestead of Mary Baker Eddy – have been sold by the state of New Hampshire to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center for $900,000. Judy Niles-Simmons and Karl Norwood of NAI Norwood Grouprepresented the seller.

    Stratham-based Jones & Beach Engineers Inc. recently completed survey, site design and obtained project approvals for Turbocam’s new 200,000-square-foot manufacturing facility on Route 9 in Barrington. Occupancy is scheduled for spring 2014. Wayne Morrill was the project manager for Jones & Beach and Barry Gier ...

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    Source http://www.ftadviser.com/2013/09/03/ifa-industry/technology/advisers-warned-over-land-registry-phishing-scam-q79JcNimjcpjBcci32na8H/article.html

    An email message purporting to be from The Land Registry may actually be a malicious fake and advisers or brokers that arrange mortgages could be particularly at risk, an IFA has warned.

    Neil Liversidge, managing director of West Riding Personal Financial Solutions, received an email claiming to be from The Land Registry telling him a direct debit of £208 would soon be taken from his account.

    The message went on to say details of what was to be paid could be viewed by opening an attached .zip file.

    Thinking something was amiss, Mr Liversidge called The Land Registry only to receive a recorded message warning against scam emails such as this.

    Mr Liversidge told FTAdviser advisers could be at particular risk of falling for this scam because of how genuine the message looks and the fact that intermediaries arranging mortgages would have an account with Land Registry.

    “I wouldn’t mind betting that if you open that .zip file it fishes data from your computer. Anybody who is doing mortgages is going to have some sort of dealing with The Land Registry. It isn’t an impossible amount of money and the [telephone] number [they provide] is genuine.”

    A disclaimer at the bottom of the message sent to Mr Liversidge suggests it came from Middlesborough law firm QualitySolicitors Punch Robson, most likely meaning that a contact...

  • Source http://jamesaustin17.wordpress.com/2013/09/04/micron-associates-japanese-shares-rise-as-yen-weakens-china-data-improve-my-opera/

    Japanese shares rose, after the Topix (TPX) index last week posted its fourth straight monthly loss, as a weaker yen boosted carmakers and data signaled a recovery in domestic capital spending and Chinese manufacturing.

    Toyota Motor Corp., Asia’s biggest automaker, gained 1 percent. Fanuc Corp., a producer of industrial robotics that counts on Asia excluding Japan for half its revenue, climbed 2.7 percent after a gauge of China’s factory activity increased to a 16-month high. Consumer-finance company Aiful Corp. surged 18 percent on a report non-bank lending is recovering. Otsuka Holdings Co. slid 2.4 percent after Citigroup Inc. cut its investment outlook on the drugmaker.

    The Topix added 1.1 percent to 1,117.78 at the close of trading in Tokyo, with all but four of the 33 industry groups advancing. The measure fell 2.3 percent in August, capping its longest monthly losing streak since November 2008. The Nikkei 225 increased 1.4 percent today to 13,572.92. Japan’s currency weakened 0.8 percent to 98.93 against the greenback.

    “The yen at the 98-per-dollar level today is positive for stocks,” said Masaru Hamasaki, a senior strategist at Tokyo-based Sumitomo Mitsui Asset Management Co., which oversees about 11.2 trillion yen ($113 billion). “China’s PMI is also being taken positively, although whether it can last is questionable. Capi...

  • Source http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=d65a514f-d341-4dc3-9ca7-2bd1b2a15287

    Massive scams with a global scope referred to as "the forged international bank transfer order scams" have been targeting for approximately the last two years, the subsidiaries of large French companies located within the European Union or the foreign subsidiaries of companies based in France.

    From a French perspective, this phenomenon represents, over such period, more than 400 attempted or committed offences, for which the damages are estimated to exceed 200 million Euros.

    According to the Serious Financial Crime Office of the French Judicial Police (Office Central pour la Répression de la Grande Délinquance Financière de la Direction Centrale de la Police Judiciaire) (the "OCRGDF"), which has identified with great precision the modus operandi of these crooks, the authors of these offences all operate by telephone. The tracing of the fraudulent transfers has in particular enabled to determine that the funds identified to China for final destination and more particularly banks in the Zhejiang province.

    To organize their "forged international bank transfer order scams," the criminal organizations have broken down their actions into several steps:

    The Preparatory Acts For The Scams

    Firstly, the criminal organization proceeds with the "social engineering" of the targeted companies. To this effect, the criminal organization purchases via the ...

  • Insight: How Samsung is beating Apple in China

    Communication, Industrial Design

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    http://news.yahoo.com/insight-samsung-beating-apple-china-050156819.html

    micron associates MA 85230508839 article code,Insight: How Samsung is beating Apple in China

    GUANGZHOU, China/SEOUL (Reuters) - Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook believes that "over the arc of time" China is a huge opportunity for his path breaking company. But time looks to be on the side of rival Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, which has been around far longer and penetrated much deeper into the world's most populous country.

    Apple Inc this week said its revenue in Greater China, which also includes Hong Kong and Taiwan, slumped 43 percent to $4.65 billion from the previous quarter. That was also 14 percent lower from the year-ago quarter. Sales were weighed down by a sharp drop in revenues from Hong Kong. "It's not totally clear why that occurred," Cook said on a conference call with analysts.

    Neither is it totally clear what Apple's strategy is to deal with Samsung - not to mention a host of smaller, nimbler Chinese challengers.

    Today, in the war for what both sides acknowledge is the 21st century's most important market, Samsung is whipping its American rival. The South Korean giant now has a 19 percent share of the $80 billion smartphone market in China, a market expected to surge to $117 billion by 2017, according to International Data Corp (IDC). That's 10 percentage points ahead of Apple, which has fallen to 5th in terms of China market share.

    Cook said Apple planned to double...

  • http://lycanmicronassociates.wordpress.com/2012/11/12/micron-associates-hong-kong-deelt-gezien-hoger-china-markten-te-heropenen/

    Hong Kong zijn bezig met het uitbreiden van een vijf-sessie wint strip op maandag geholpen door een hogere is geopend in de Chinese markten dat maakt de handel terug na een lange week vakantie. De Hang Seng-index steeg op vrijdag als een herstel in de olie-gerelateerde bestanden alsmede winsten voor auto’s en financials duwde de benchmark tot 0,8 procent op de week. Op de vrijgegeven van het Micron Associates, heeft de Hang Seng nu bereikt net onder 14 procent op het jaar. Onshore-markten van China’s heropenen op maandag na een lange vakantie en waarschijnlijk hoger als binnenlandse investeerders krijgen hun kans om te reageren op het nieuws dat aan de gang het land eenmaal-in-a-decennium leiderschap overgang begin volgende maand krijgt aan te kruisen. Beleggers zijn hoopvol van meer doorslaggevende maatregelen ter bevordering van een vertragende economie en glansloos markten zodra het nieuwe leiderschap in de plaats is. Elders in Azië daalde Zuid-Korea’s Kospi 0,5 procent vanaf 0030 GMT. Japan markten zijn gesloten op maandag voor een feestdag. STOCKS TO WATCH:

    • Retail voorraden zoals Prada SpA zal in focus na China’s retail verkoop groei vertraagd tot 15 procent tijdens de Golden Week vakantie, lokale media zei op zondag, bieden een momentopname van steeds meer belangrijke bronnen van de vraag in de tweede-grootste economie van de wereld....

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