Young people should be behind hacking attacks on banks

Ein 16-Year-old from Soltau, in lower Saxony, a 20-Year-old from Calw, in Baden-Württemberg, the computer should have attacked networks of banks and telecommunications providers in the state of Schleswig-Holstein, lower Saxony, Berlin and other länder. The public Prosecutor’s office in Itzehoe, the Landeskriminalamt Schleswig-Holstein and the Federal criminal police office said on Wednesday.

On suspicion of computer sabotage in particularly severe cases, and of attempted extortion forces of the LKA and the Federal would be. criminal police office at the request of the public Prosecutor’s office in Itzehoe on Tuesday the homes of two defendants in Calw and Soltau searches Various data had been ensured in the carrier.

Of the attacks, several companies, including Deutsche Bank, were affected according to the figures from July 2019. As one of the first companies in the TNG city network GmbH had been attacked in Kiel. Therefore, the Prosecutor’s office in Itzehoe and the Landeskriminalamt Schleswig-Holstein are responsible, a spokeswoman said.

Through the attacks, connections, websites, and Online were, among others, Internet-Banking systems for clients over several days, not be used. Currently, is expected to total damages in the seven figures.

The accused is alleged to have by the construction of a so-called botnet in at least twelve cases of so-called DDos-attacks (Distributed Denial of service) on the company taken. After a preliminary investigation, the 16-Year-old from Soltau is alleged to have committed the acts out of boredom and loneliness. He also laid in April 2019 routers from Telecom service providers in Nigeria and their end customers to a halt and for unlocking Bitcoins, each worth around 100 euros demanded.


Prosecutor’s office investigated corona aid fraud in Berlin

The suspect is said to have obtained funding of 18,000 euros by providing false information. (Archive picture)
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The prosecutor’s office is investigating subsidy fraud in the Corona crisis. The investigators are investigating whether the stolen money should be used to support Islamist projects.

I.n Berlin has the first major trial for subsidy fraud in the corona crisis. As the police announced on Thursday, the Attorney General and the State Criminal Police Office are taking action against 46-year-old Ahmad A., the former head of a mosque formerly located in Wedding. It always appeared in the reports on the protection of the constitution as a suspected meeting point for Islamists.

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A. is suspected of having obtained 18,000 euros in funding from the Investitionsbank Berlin due to false information. Investigators ransacked his premises on Wednesday and confiscated money and electronic devices.

Whether the A. with the payments wanted to implement projects in the Islamist scene, is the subject of the investigation, it says in the message. The investment bank’s funding had been secured.


“We are the law”: This is how Germany’s best TV thriller works

EIncidentally, it’s not so easy out there to be one of the good guys. So usually. It takes more than one and a half meters to stand at the till to be really good.

There is such a gray area. Uncomfortable area. Especially for people who should actually keep the law. In a sense, of course, the good guys have to be. Which is not that easy. Because gray area.

The story, which is discussed below, takes place in Bremen. That is – we have to risk the shitstorm now – a gray area per se.

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Two chipmunks do their job in Marcus Imboden’s film “We are the law”, which was awarded the German Crime Prize even before it was broadcast. They are called Maja Witt and Klaus Burck. Street police officers. Police officers in uniform.

People who rarely appear in German crime films because screenwriters are probably not interested in them because of their alleged lack of color. Which is similar to the average of the people in Germany and is quite a cheek. But only by the way.

Eating cherries is not good with her: Maja Witt (Julia Koschitz)

Source: ZDF and Michael Ihle

Holger Karsten Schmidt, who wrote the screenplay for “We Are The Law”, has a penchant for the gray and horror of the province. And little bulls. Most of the time they are stuck in small beetles (which actually doesn’t bother them). For example in the Harz.

And then comes the overpowering evil. The village sheriff, all alone, the Wumme is his only friend, grows beyond himself. It pops. And evil is history. Holger Karsten Schmidt tells Western.

The streets, by the way, are often empty in Schmidt’s Finn-Zehender films, in the Harz series “Harter Brocken” (all things that you should definitely check out during your Corona vacation). As empty as if the quarantine had been imposed on German villages years ago.

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They thus reflect that impression of a post-infection extinction that actually occurs on Sunday afternoons across the country. And under this open sky Schmidt lets incredibly funny, evil chamber games take place.

“We are the law” is different. The sky over Bremen is closed and gray. Witt and Burck, who are closer than they are probably aware, take their service from a metropolitan area on patrol.

The streets are full. Full of petty criminals above all. Burck, who has a demented father at home, can no longer see the people whom they have scarcely stipulated because of drug-related offenses, for example.

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Hinnerk Schönemannin his role as psychopath Daniel Kehl

TV star Hinnerk Schönemann

You are the good guys. But evil always wins. Burck wonders why and how long you still have to do this shit when you end up being “always the gangs”.

By the way, the ZDF sells “We Are The Law” as a crime comedy. Of course, none of this is really funny. Holger Karsten Schmidt’s books are always built close to melancholy. None has been as close to an identified depression as that of the “law”.

The drop that overflows the rather massive, firm burck lands on his cheek. Ahmed Issa is the name of the little crook who spits on him.

The origin of all evil in “We are the law”: Maja Witt (Julia Koschitz) and Klaus Burck (Aljoscha Stadelmann) when arrested

Source: ZDF and Michael Ihle

Issa and his buddies have just wanted to see how a person burns and hold their lighters against the cardboard bed of a homeless person. Burck and Witt come over. The situation escalates. Ahmed Issa spits. Burck strikes. The nose breaks.

Unfortunately, the little crook (Rauand Taleb, the windy flyweight from “4Blocks”) is the youngest member of a large clan. The good cop and his bad colleague, whose lovely smile you shouldn’t trust, start bending the law until it is a noose that threatens to strangle her.

It is a lot of fun to watch them throw this noose over and over again in time for others, Issas and their allies in the LKA.

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Julia Koschitz and Aljoscha Stadelmann would not throw the noose, although the “law” would only be half the melancholic main fun. They already know each other from “Harten Brocken”, where Stadelmann gives the Harz Sheriff Koops.

Then they came closer and almost killed themselves. Now Burck and Witt would like to get closer to each other, but have so much to do with coming out of the Issa box alive that it won’t work. You could watch the dangerous minimalist and the heartwarming, self-ironic colossus for hours.

There is a shootout in a Bremen Bahnhofsviertel saloon. There is a festival of improper speech. At some point, no one says what is really true. The only one who does it – in court too – is convicted of making false statements. Then that’s funny.

The shit always starts over

At the end of this excursion through the moral gray area of ​​the actual present shining out there, it can be revealed, the sun. The sky is blue. And open. This day, says Burck, should never end. But he will. And the shit starts all over again.

And if they didn’t die, the chipmunks, they’re still arresting crooks in the station district of Bremen. We do not want to know that – big request to everyone involved, who has to make a series of every quota success – but not at all.


Arrested after act of sabotage on ICE route Frankfurt-Cologne

I.In the event of an act of sabotage on the ICE route between Frankfurt and Cologne, the police arrested a suspect. It is a 51-year-old German, as the Hessian police confirmed corresponding information from the news magazine “Der Spiegel”. The man is said to have been caught on the night of Saturday near Cologne by special forces from the NRW police. A letter of confession led him on his track, which was addressed to Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU), among others. The police announced further details.

Immediately before the Tisza Valley Bridge near Niedernhausen, strangers had loosened the rail fastenings over a distance of around 80 meters. The dangerous spot was noticed by a train driver on Friday morning after his train showed a different driving behavior. The route was blocked. The rails were fixed again on Friday, as the train confirmed. The route was released on Saturday. The trains have been running since morning, spokesmen for the Deutsche Bahn and the State Criminal Police Office confirmed on Saturday.

The LKA is investigating a possible attack. “Under certain circumstances, a train should be derailed,” a spokesman said on Friday. According to “Spiegel”, there could have been a concrete risk that a derailed train would fall off the bridge. To remove the fasteners, special tools are needed that not everyone has at home, the investigators reported.

The police have released the crime scene again. The police arrested a suspect on Saturday. It is said to be a homeless German. At first, no details were known. The investigation continued on Saturday.

Trains had been canceled or rerouted on Friday. The stations Limburg Süd, Montabaur, Siegburg / Bonn and Cologne / Bonn Airport were not reached.


Do not share speculation about Hanau

Appeal: This poster spoke out against agitation and racism during the rally in Hanau on Saturday
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In view of increased speculation about the outcome of the mass murder in Hanau, the State Criminal Police Office asks not to share such conjectures. This appeal is also and especially aimed at users of social media.

DThe Hessian State Criminal Police Office warns against false information in connection with the bloody deed of Hanau. There is currently “increasing speculation about the outcome of the attack,” said the LKA on Saturday. These emerged from various sources on social media. “From the perspective of the Hessian police, there is currently no reason to assume any further acute danger in this connection.”

All information will be followed up meticulously. The LKA urges “to critically examine any speculation by unsecured sources and under no circumstances to spread it unfiltered”.

The police headquarters responsible for Hanau Southeast Hesse expressed the same in the short message service Twitter. “From our point of view, there is no reason to assume another danger! We are carefully following all indications, ”write the police officers. The appeal follows: “Check the sources and do not share such speculations!”

The police information center in Hanau was closed on Saturday evening. According to the LKA, several hundred victims and relatives of the victims have been helped there since the opening on Friday morning. According to the LKA, contact officers from the Hessian police will continue to look after the victim families in cooperation with Hanauer Hilfe and the Weißen Ring.