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Romanian Hackers Guilty in Subway POS Credit Card Theft

Romanian Hackers Guilty in Subway POS Credit Card Theft

George L. Koroneos Vertical Systems Reseller   Romanian Hackers Guilty in Huge U.S. Credit Card Theft A pair of Romanian hackers will serve lengthy prison terms for their part in a global point-of-sale hacking scheme that netted them approximately 146,000 credit cards with losses exceeding $10 million. Iulian Dolan and …

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Apple IDs Stolen From Tech Company Not FBI

Apple IDs Stolen From Tech Company Not FBI

Mike DiBattista/QMI Agency Sun News   Apple IDs Stolen From Tech Company Not FBI A small US tech company said the million Apple IDs released by hackers last week came from its servers, not an FBI laptop as the culprits claimed. Last week, AntiSec, a group associated with the notorious …

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Anonymous Hacker Group Attacks GoDaddy.com

Anonymous Hacker Group Attacks GoDaddy.com

Chris Dougherty Virtual Threat Contributing Writer   A member of the Anonymous hacker group claimed responsibility for an attack on sites hosted by GoDaddy.com early Monday morning.  The hacking group claimed that the service provider was targeted because of their support for internet censorship. GoDaddy is responsible for website hosting …

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Anonymous May Attack Energy Companies

Anonymous May Attack Energy Companies

Greg Quinn, Bloomber Business Insider   Canadian security agencies have warned energy companies such as Imperial Oil Ltd. their computers may be attacked by the Anonymous hacker group because of the industry’s work developing Alberta’s oil sands, government documents show. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, public safety department and Communications …

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6000 Aussie Users Caught in DNSChanger Shutdown

6000 Aussie Users Caught in DNSChanger Shutdown.

James Hutchinson Secure Business Magazine   6000 Aussie Users Caught in DNSChanger Shutdown. The Australian Communications and Media Authority estimates 6000 Australian internet users could face disconnection when US authorities shut down rogue DNS servers on Monday. Up to four million users are believed to have been infected at the …

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DOJ Asks Court To Keep Google NSA Partnership Secret

DOJ Asks Court To Keep Google NSA Partnership Secret

LegalTimes   DOJ Asks Court To Keep Google NSA Partnership Secret The Justice Department is defending the government’s refusal to discuss—or even acknowledge the existence of—any cooperative research and development agreement between Google and the National Security Agency. The Washington based advocacy group Electronic Privacy Information Center sued in federal …

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Facebook Account Hacked By Spammer Selling Sneakers

Facebook Account Hacked By Spammer Selling Sneakers

David Segal New York Times   Facebook Account Hacked, legitimate account holder suffers. FACEBOOK’S initial public stock offering caused a lot of well-publicized agita. But if you think investors were the only ones fuming at the company, read on. Q. In mid-April, my Facebook profile was hijacked. I could not sign …

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TeaMp0isoN Hacker Hex00010 Offers AtMail Email Exploit

TeaMp0isoN Hacker Hex00010 Offers AtMail Email Exploit

Darren Pauli SC Magazine   AtMail email exploit found? A recent member of the prominent hacking group Team Poison (TeaMp0isoN) is hawking what they claim is an exploit for the webmail system used by several prominent blue chip companies. The former group member, known as Hex00010, said the undisclosed exploit allegedly in AtMail “allows …

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Secret Document Warns of Cyber Attack on Canada

Secret Document Warns of Cyber Attack on Canada

Andrew Mayeda and Hugo Miller Bloomberg News   A cyber attack on Canada may be on the horizon. Cyber attacks pose a greater risk to Canada’s economic prosperity than the government previously believed and the country lacks the tools to fight hackers, officials warn in internal documents obtained by Bloomberg …

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SwaggSec Hackers Leak China Telecom and Warner Brothers Data

SwaggSec Hackers Leak China Telecom and Warner Brothers Data

Jeremy Kirk ComputerWorld    A hacking group is claiming to have breached the networks of Warner Bros. and China Telecom, releasing documents and publishing login credentials. Swagger Security, or “SwaggSec,” announced the breach Sunday on Pastebin, providing a link to the files on The Pirate Bay. The group has been active since …

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