Security veteran John McAfee says that his Twitter account was hacked, and that’s why he’s turned OFF two-factor authentication.
In a nutshell, “Dead men tell no tales”. Good luck to Mr John McAfee who believes he can use social engineering to determine the iPhone passcode of one of the (dead) San Bernadino killers.
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John McAfee, the shy-and-retiring inventor of the McAfee anti-virus product and more recently Belize’s most notorious fugitive, is reportedly running for the presidency of the United States.
Sorry to disappoint you, but hackers weren’t to blame for trading being halted on the New York Stock Exchange.
Goodbye McAfee. Hello Intel Security, and some free anti-virus products.
Neither breaking the law nor poor renditions of power ballads should ever be considered a qualification to speak at an IT event about computer security.
By now, you’ve probably all watched (with jaws agog) the NSFW video where John McAfee describes – with the merest hint of sex and drugs – how to uninstall McAfee Antivirus.
But a closer analysis of the video shows that there’s more to it than meets the eye.
John McAfee says, while avoiding the Belize police, that he still gets plenty of people asking how they can uninstall the software bearing his name.
John McAfee claims he gave Belize officials cheap laptops that had been deliberately pre-infected with keylogging spyware, and ran a team of 23 women to seduce and spy on his intended targets.
Has EXIF data tripped up the founder of one of the world’s most well known security firms, as he runs from the police in Belize?