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Zappos customer information hacked

Posted on 01/21/12 by admin No Comments
conveyor belt showing shoes getting packed and shipped for zappos.com

How much was really lost? If you didn’t already hear. Zappos.com the worlds largest online shoe website was hacked and credit card information was compromised. We seem to be hearing a lot about this lately in the press. Zappos.com is one of our favorite sites to shop on, but now we have to wonder is [...]

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Google Gmail account passwords hacked from China Hackers

Posted on 06/01/11 by admin No Comments
diagram of google email phishing scam

Can Google please stop being the target for attacks? I love Google services and with their epic set of failures recently, Google Music being one of them. The last thing this global giant needs is to be smeared in the mud anymore. Hackers around the world are gaining more attention than usual in the last [...]

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Epsilon Security- Best Buy, Marriot, and Target email lists compromised

Posted on 04/05/11 by admin No Comments
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Beware of new scams that may possibly emerge from breached security of Marketing giant Epsilon. Recently I received a email from Best Buy, Target, and Marriott letting me know there email databases were compromised. Epsilon is a 3rd party vendor who manages the email databases for many companies. Epsilon Notified Clients of Entry into the [...]

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Comodo Criticized over SSL hack

Posted on 03/30/11 by stupidjason No Comments
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  Last week Internet security company Comodo came forward stating that they had issued SSL certificates to fraudulent hackers who did not submit all the security information to apply for a SSL.  Because the SSLs were not correctly certified the alleged hackers were able to set up a few “secure” websites with the intention of [...]

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Using an SSL to make your way through to a site under a DoS attack

Posted on 03/29/11 by bcowan No Comments
Denial of Service Diagram

With DoS attacks making headlines a month ago or so, this article could have perhaps been better timed, but better late than never. I had to employ this simple trick a few weeks ago to navigate to Escrow.com while they were under a DoS attack, but I have been told it worked for accessing Paypal [...]

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Scammers Take Over During Disasters

Posted on 03/20/11 by admin No Comments
Scam e-mails are circulating that look like they come from the British Red Cross seeking donations for Japanese earthquake and tsunami survivors (Credit: AppRiver)

The Internet is known for many things, but one insecure problem we know of is scammers. They tend to make the most of a hard situation by scamming other visitors of their cash and credentials. Recently, a study has shown that such scammers are found to be most active during disasters such as the Japan [...]

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