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'Gang of Six' Controls Botnet of 1.9 Million Computers Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...
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Robert McMillan

Botnet

Criminals have built a massive "botnet" network of hacked computers that has infected an estimated 1.9 million computers worldwide, including systems within U.S. and U.K. government networks, security vendor Finjan reported Tuesday.

A group of six criminals has run the operation since February, controlling the botnet from a server located in the Ukraine, Finjan said. Using a network of Web sites, they have installed their malware by tricking victims into viewing malicious Web code that then installs the malware.

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Posted by Southern on Tuesday, April 28, 2009 @ 22:54:15 EDT (831 reads)

'World's biggest cyber spy network' snoops on classified documents in 103 countr Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...
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Access Denied. Not.

(James Lauritz/Digital Vision)

China's cyber-hacking operations are becoming increasingly sophisticated

Mike Harvey

Read the research paper in full

A cyber spy network operated from China hacked into classified documents on government and private computers in 103 countries, internet researchers have revealed.

The spy system, which investigators dubbed GhostNet, compromised 1,295 machines at Nato and foreign affairs ministries, embassies, banks and news organisations across the world, as well as computers used by the Dalai Lama and Tibetan exiles.

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Posted by Southern on Sunday, March 29, 2009 @ 21:11:09 EDT (856 reads)

Mahalo: Not Sorry We Accidentally Hired a Felon Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...
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Nick Mokey

Mahalo

CEO Jason Calcanis has stood by an employee who faces four years in prison, on the belief that he has moved beyond his criminal past.

Web magnate Jason Calcanis had no idea that his high-profile search engine, Mahalo, was a hiring a veteran computer hacker when he welcomed John Schiefer aboard months ago. But as of Wednesday, Schiefer faces 48 months in jail for felony computer crimes, and Calcanis plans to keep him on staff until he begins his sentence.

“At this moment, I’m honestly glad we didn’t know about what John did when we hired him and I’m happy we’ve kept him on board,” Calcanis wrote about his employee and now friend on his blog. “It’s taught me a lot about society, computer crime and rehabilitation. In John, I see almost every computer programmer from my time ‘hacking’ on BBSes as a kid, attending hacker conferences and hiring ‘white hat’ hackers for a living.”

A Federal District Court convicted Shiefer of building a botnet that infected 250,000 computers. Although he was sentenced on Wednesday, Schiefer was originally charged over two years ago, before Mahalo even took him on. Calcanis admits a simple Google search during the hiring process would have uncovered his criminal past, but decided to keep Schiefer on after his colleagues turned up Schiefer’s past because of a genuine belief that he had put it behind him.

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Posted by Southern on Tuesday, March 10, 2009 @ 22:52:35 EDT (1269 reads)

Facebook Jihad Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...
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Robert Spencer

The jihad against Israel rages not just in Gaza, but worldwide, including on the Internet -- and even on Facebook, as a 14-year-old American Jew named Todd Snider recently discovered. In July 2008, Snider started a Facebook group called “I Wonder How Quickly I Can Find 1,000,000 People Who Support Israel.” This group quickly grew to become the largest pro-Israel group on Facebook, with over 180,000 members. But then, unexpectedly, this group gave this enterprising and dedicated young man a lesson in jihadist intimidation and thuggery -- including an unpleasant taste of how Western bureaucrats abet that thuggery, whether out of indifference or complicity.

On February 15, 2009, Snider recounts, “my inbox was suddenly flooded with messages.” His pro-Israel Facebook group had been hacked and destroyed by a pro-Hizballah group calling itself “Lebanese Shee’a Hackers.” The hackers completely erased the original site content and replaced it with pro-jihad, anti-Israel propaganda – while Facebook authorities stood by and let it all happen, answering Snider’s repeated entreaties for help with bland form letters.

The hackers gained administrative privileges to the “I Wonder How Quickly I Can Find 1,000,000 People Who Support Israel” group through the account of a co-administrator who had fallen for an illegal Internet phishing scheme, in which she was prompted to enter her account information and did so. They changed the group picture to one of Hassan Nasrallah and wrote the following obscene message in the Group Description section:

WELCOME TO BINT JBEIL, SOUTH LEBANON!

WELCOME TO BINT JBEIL, SOUTH LEBANON!

WELCOME TO BINT JBEIL, SOUTH LEBANON!

DEAR ADMINS,

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Posted by Southern on Saturday, March 07, 2009 @ 16:34:47 EST (720 reads)

Kaspersky Customer Database Exposed by Hackers Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...
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Michael Barkoviak

Although there are a lot of high-profile hacker intrusions these days, it normally doesn't happen to security companies... but it recently did to Kaspersky

Security firm Kaspersky Security has been left embarrassed after a hacker informed them that a customer information database was left exposed for 11 days before the security firm was able to secure it.

"Honestly, this is not good for any company and especially not good for a company dealing with security," Kaspersky senior antivirus researcher Roel Schouwenberg said during a media phone conference.  "This should not have happened.  We are now doing everything within our power to do the forensics on the case, and to prevent this from happening again."

Although no customer information was reportedly accessed by the intruder, the millions of customers who have used Kaspersky may think twice before doing so again.  In total, 2,500 users' e-mail addresses and around 25,000 product activation codes were at risk over the 11-day period.

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Posted by Southern on Thursday, February 12, 2009 @ 11:44:46 EST (808 reads)

Massive Theft of Credit Card Numbers Reported Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...
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Erik Larkin

A payment processor responsible for handling about 100 million credit card transactions every month disclosed today that thieves had used malicious software in its network in 2008 to steal an unknown number of credit card numbers.

The company's information site on the incident, http://2008breach.com/, attempts to downplay the loss of data by asserting that no Social Security numbers, unencrypted PINs or other types of data were stolen. But according to some good reporting from Brian Krebs at the Washington Post, Heartland's CEO says a piece of spyware stole payment card data as it passed through the company network, including the data from the magnetic stripe that can be used to create counterfeit cards.

Heartland says it didn't discover the breach until Visa and Mastercard came knocking about suspicious activity involving card numbers processed by Heartland. Disheartening, to say the least.

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Posted by Southern on Friday, January 23, 2009 @ 11:48:23 EST (991 reads)



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