Haha, well serves them right, get out and get laid guys.
Online payment company iBill on Thursday said a massive cache of stolen consumer data uncovered by security experts did not come from its database.
“I’m the first person that would have taken this to the FBI and the first person to have gone on 60 Minutes to say ‘we screwed up,’ if that were the case,” said iBill President Gary Spaniak Jr.
Two caches of stolen data were discovered separately by two security companies while conducting routine research into malicious software online. Both had file names that purportedly linked them to iBill.
Losers..but well iBill seems to be off the hook anyway, could be part of a massive Phishing scam.
He says as long as iBill stays in business, it will try to repay those webmasters. “Over $20 million has been paid back, we have plans for paying back another $18 million.”
James says the actual source of the stolen data remains a mystery. An FBI spokeswoman says the bureau wouldn’t investigate the breach unless the source of the leak comes forward to make a complaint.
Source: Wired News
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