Tag Archive | "identity-theft"


20 September 2010 | 7,796 views

Interpol Chief Ronald K. Noble Has Facebook Identity Stolen

Just goes to show you can jack anyone, including one of those most powerful people in the policing world. It’s not really a technical security issue but still it shows online identity theft isn’t really difficult. That’s one difference between Twitter and Facebook, even though Twitter is only a micro-blogging service and doesn’t really store [...]

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14 October 2008 | 10,971 views

Hacker Posts List of Compromised User Accounts Online

It seems that people are truly shocked when their identities get exposed, and the vast majority use the same single password for ALL of their online accounts. That’s just crazy! A ‘kind-hearted’ hacker recently exposed a bunch of online accounts (with passwords) to gain himself more status in a hacker forum (l33t sk1llz dudebro!). WHEN [...]

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30 August 2006 | 28,355 views

AT&T Hack Exposes 19,000 Identities

Ah another huge hacking resulting in a large loss of confidential information, companies really need to start getting more pro-active about aggresively testing their corporate networks and web based applications. Information including CREDIT CARD numbers sadly. AT&T on Tuesday said hackers broke into one of its computer systems and accessed personal data on thousands of [...]

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