The latest news from the tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy camp is that Albert Gonzalez the TJX hacker who was convicted in 2009 was authorized to hack by the US Government. Back in 2009 we posted about that too – TJX Hacker Albert “Segvec” Gonzalez Indicted By Federal Grand Jury. And now he’s saying his actions [...]
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We’ve been following the whole TJX saga for quite some time now since way back in September 2007 when the hack became public as the Largest Breach of Customer Data in U.S. History and in August 2008 when the TJX Credit Card Hackers Got Busted. The legal system has ticked along and now they have [...]
We reported on this case back in September 2007, the largest US data breach in history so far (45 million customer records!). It seems like finally the people behind it have been busted, 11 people have been charged by US authorities. The US authorities have charged 11 people in connection with the theft of credit-card [...]
Ah TJX in the news again….after previously having the Largest Breach of Customer Data in U.S. History, now they are screwing people over that try to help them and their seemingly ridiculous information security policies. Hello blank passwords? Sounds crazy but I believe it happens, at more places than just TJX. It’s sad that someone [...]
This case has been going on for a while but obviously hush hush, being that it is the largest breach of customer data in U.S. History. The details of the case have only started emerging in the last couple of months. Information Week published a good article covering what has been going on recently. Amazing [...]