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Chinese Hackers Called Sloppy but Persistent Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...
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Gregg Keizer


Artwork: Diego Aguirre

Chinese hackers who were "incredibly sloppy" still managed to steal gigabytes of data from Western energy companies, a McAfee executive said last week.

"They were very unsophisticated," said Dmitri Alperovitch, vice president of threat research at McAfee, speaking of the attackers. "They were incredibly sloppy, made mistakes and left lots of evidence."

The attacks, which McAfee has dubbed "Night Dragon" and had tracked since November 2009, may have started two years earlier. They are still occurring.

Night Dragon targeted at least five Western oil, gas and petrochemical companies, all multinational corporations, said Alperovitch, who declined to identify the firms. Some are clients of McAfee, which was called in to investigate.

According to McAfee, the attacks infiltrated energy companies' networks, and made off with gigabytes of proprietary information about contracts, oil- and gas-field operations, and the details on the SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) systems used to manage and monitor the firms' facilities.

Unlike the notorious Stuxnet worm, which also targeted SCADA systems -- and which analysts believe sabotaged Iran's uranium enrichment program -- there's no evidence that the Night Dragon hackers were trying to hijack or damage the energy corporations' physical facilities. Instead, said Alperovitch, everything points to a concerted espionage campaign that was looking for information on how to duplicate the oil and gas companies' operational practices.

"They were very successful in acquiring highly proprietary information," said Alperovitch.

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Posted by Southern on Sunday, February 20, 2011 @ 22:21:20 EST (1007 reads)

Hacker Sells Access To Military, University Websites Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...
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Sara Yin

sites redacted

Ever dreamt of controlling a dot-gov or dot-edu? A hacker is selling access to dozens of military, government, and university Websites for $55-499 a piece.

Discovered by security firm Imperva, the hacker advertises varying fees, services, and proofs for cracking into .mil, .gov, and .edu sites around the world.

The priciest, access to the homepage of the U.S. Army, National Guard, and Army Forces, goes for $499 each, followed by access of university and governmental Websites. You'll also find passes to the Italian Official Government Website for $99 or a Taiwanese educational center for $88.

According to Imperva, the hacker is also selling personal data at the going price of $20 for 1,000 names, addresses, and telephone numbers. For example, Imperva lists a censored screenshot of University of Connecticut staff members' information.

The hacker probably performed the hack through an SQL injection, Imperva says.

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Posted by Southern on Friday, January 28, 2011 @ 12:25:29 EST (1224 reads)

Hacking, Not Partying, At The Frats Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...
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 1 In 5 College Students Have Hacked

One-third say hacking is 'cool,' though nearly half have had their own social networking or email accounts compromised

Kelly Jackson Higgins

New research shows parents have more to worry about than their college students' underage drinking: Twenty-three percent of college kids say they have hacked for fun or profit, although most of them believe doing so is wrong.

The report, commissioned by Tufin Technologies and the Association of Chief Police Officers in the U.K., found that 32 percent of college students aged 18 to 21 say hacking is "cool," 28 percent consider it easy to accomplish -- and all the while 84 percent consider it the wrong thing to do.

Some 40 percent hacked for the first time after they turned 18; one in three say they hacked for fun, 22 percent say the main motivation for hacking was curiosity, and 15 percent cited profit as their motivation. The report surveyed 1,000 college students at eight universities in England.

Nearly 40 percent of the hackers used their own computers to do the dirty deed, while 32 percent used their universities' computers. Another 23 percent used public computers at an Internet cafý. College kids are hacking Facebook accounts (37 percent), email accounts (26 percent), and online shopping accounts (10 percent).

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Posted by Southern on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 @ 00:18:13 EDT (935 reads)

Jewish Children's Camp Website Attacked by Islamists Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF
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Brave Mujahideen Hackers Hack A Jewish Children's Camp Website

image: MyPetJawa: Brave Mujahideen Hackers Hack A Jewish Children's Camp Website

Oorah’s Children’s Camp Website Attacked by Radical Islamists on Anniversary of 9/11

“Who did this hate group target? A children’s site; a non-political organization that gives physical aid and camp scholarships to families in need.”

Lakewood, NJ

TheZone.org, the website of Oorah’s Jewish boy’s and girl’s camps, was attacked during the anniversary week of 9/11. The hackers left a message on the website that linked back to another site with the warning: UYARI: TURKISH INTERNATIONAL MUSLIM HACKERS and “Sisteme zarar verilmemistir. Aciklarinizi kapatiniz” (Turkish for “Shut down the system”) along with an ad for the Palestinian Mavi Marmara.

“This may have only been a cyber attack,” said Oorah spokesman Cliff Meth, “but the message is clear. Who do these people target? A children’s site; a non-political organization that gives physical aid and camp scholarships to families in need. Hate groups have no conscience.”

Oorah was immediately in touch with law enforcement and legal authorities are currently looking into the matter. The original website has been restored.

PRWeb

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Posted by Southern on Wednesday, September 29, 2010 @ 23:44:01 EDT (803 reads)

Road Rage: Hackers Say 'No Latinos' on Highway Sign Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF
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Techies alter sign on Palmetto

BRIAN HAMACHER and CAROLYN RYAN

'No Latinos'

NBCMiami.com

Electronic road sign hackers generally like to warn motorists of zombie and raptor attacks, but in South Florida, the signs are apparently being used to fuel the immigration debate.

A highway sign flashing "NO LATINOS NO TACOS" greeted drivers on the Palmetto Expressway in Northwest Miami-Dade, after hackers managed to alter it early Tuesday morning.

The sign was in the northbound side of the 826, right near the Northwest 25th street exit.

It's unknown how long the sign had been flashing the message, but by 6 a.m., members of the Florida Highway Patrol and a road crew had turned the sign away from the highway and were working to erase the message.

NBCMiami

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Posted by Southern on Tuesday, June 01, 2010 @ 17:33:39 EDT (854 reads)

Treasury website hacked Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF
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Roger Thompson

Hi folks,

For a short while today a couple of treas.gov websites were hacked, and were reaching out to an attack site in Ukraine.

The websites involved were bep.gov (Bureau of Engraving and Printing), bep.treas.gov and moneyfactory.gov. They had been script injected with the line of code circled in red...

hacked

AVG

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Posted by Southern on Monday, May 17, 2010 @ 00:45:43 EDT (1089 reads)



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