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Russia Offers $100,000 for Cracking Tor

The Russians have put a bounty on Tor worth nearly 4 million rubles to anybody who can hack the anonymity network. That’s $100,000 to you, imperialist running dog. And Russian citizens and companies can collect the reward if they can […]

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Morrisons Supermarkets gets Hacked 100,000 Eployees data Leaked

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The Daily mail reports that “Morrisons” a chain of super markets around UK suffered a data breach , Name , address and Bank account information of its employees were published online at a darknet website . Police and other law and enforcement agencies have started  investigating the incident.

The breach was suffered on the time when Morrisons announced that they are suffering $292 million loss every year.

Sergio Galindo, general manager of the infrastructure business unit at GFI Software said: “The Morrisons hack also comes shortly after the seventh anniversary of the TJX hack, when the parent company of British retailer TK Maxx suffered a data theft in which 45.6 million credit and debit card numbers were stolen over an 18 month period and also posted online, affecting both the US and UK retail operations of TJX and forced backs to replace tens of millions of cards, incurring substantial cost.”

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Internet friend scams woman out of $100,000

Law enforcement officials are sending out a warning to beware of scammers posing as friends. The FOX 31 Newscast is Albany, Georgia’s only 10PM local newscas… ___________________________ Read More….

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100,000 credentials leaked from Fuel Up to Play 60

A hacker using the handle m0le has contacted us with a large leak of data from Fuel Up to Play 60 (http://fueluptoplay60.com/). View full post on Cyber War News

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Flashback Malware Infection Dropping By 100,000 Macs Per Week

Infection rates of the Flashback malware that was on over 650,000 Macs at the beginning of April have been in steep decline, according to the organization that discovered the malware in the first place. What’s …

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More than 100000 Wireless Routers have Default Backdoor

A recently reported flaw that allowed an attacker to drastically reduce the number of attempts needed to guess the WPS PIN of a wireless router isn’t necessary for some Arcadyan based routers anymore.<!– adsense –>
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More than 100000 Wireless Routers have Default Backdoor

A recently reported flaw that allowed an attacker to drastically reduce the number of attempts needed to guess the WPS PIN of a wireless router isn’t necessary for some Arcadyan based routers anymore.<!– adsense –>
Last …

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Typosquatters fined £100,000 for premium rate SMS deception

Two firms found to have used typosquatting domains to lure consumers to misleading web competitions have each been hit with unprecedented £100,000 fines, the UK industry watchdog has announced.

Premium rate regulator PhonepayPlus ruled that Dutch-based companies RD Media Europe and Unavalley BV were guilty of running a premium rate racket in which consumers were invited to enter SMS-based competitions for the chance to win prizes including Apple iPads.

Unfortunately, in order to enter visitors had to supply their mobile numbers in order to receive a competition PIN, after which they were charged £1.50 for each question received and each answer given without the charges being explained in advance.

In addition to breaking the premium rate phone services code of practice, the companies impersonated popular domains such as Twitter, YouTube and Wikipedia using typosquatted domains  – ‘wikapedia.com’ and ‘twtter.com being examples – and visuals that made them look almost identical to the real websites. 

One consumer complained that his fiancée had been tricked into paying £63 to enter a competition she thought was connected to YouTube, the regulator said.

In addition to the £100,000 fines, each company was ordered to refund consumers of money taking during the misleading competitions.

 “These judgements send a clear message to providers that they cannot play on the public’s trust in well-known websites to promote services,” said PhonepayPlus chief executive, Paul Whiteing.

“We want consumers to continue to have confidence in the digital market place and we will do everything we can to ensure that they do. Most providers support us in this area as they recognise that this market will only grow if consumers have such trust.”

PhonepayPlus introduced it 12th code of practice in 2011 after extensive consultation with the industry, which for the first time required that all premium rate providers register with the watchdog.

The premium rate phone industry is controversial at the best of times but typosquatting was probably the final staw in these cases.

In December, Websense warned UK consumers to beware using sites that employ typosquatting techniques as part of a wider sales deceptions.

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Israeli hacker posts ’100,000′ more stolen Facebook logins

Israeli hacker Hannibal claims to have stolen another 100,000 Facebook logins from Arab users of the social network. A quick analysis shows that the number is actually closer to 20,000 accounts.

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