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Carphone Warehouse hackers gain access to millions of customer bank details

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Hackers have gained access to the personal details of 2.4 million people after cracking into Carphone Warehouse’s systems, the company has admitted. It announced that the IT systems of one of its UK divisions were found to have been breached on Wednesday, having been subjected to a “sophisticated cyber-attack” within the last fortnight. The division operates the the websites OneStopPhoneShop.com, e2save.com and Mobiles.co.uk. All three of the websites were offline on Saturday afternoon as details of the attack were made public. The Carphone Warehouse division also provides services to its recently launched iD mobile network, as well as to TalkTalk Mobile and Talk Mobile, around 480,000 customers of which may also be affected. Carphone Warehouse confessed that the personal data of as many as 2.4 million people may have been accessed by the hackers, including names, addresses, date of birth information and bank details. Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/epic/cpw/11791988/Carphone-Warehouse-hackers-gain-access-to-bank-details-of-2.4-million-customers.html

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Comcast makes it ridiculously easy for hackers to access your email

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Have you read the bestselling book “The Martian”? There’s a movie coming out about it starring Matt Damon. The author of the book just had a nightmare experience when hackers took over his email account. Apparently Comcast made it very easy for them. All the hackers had to do was call the Comcast customer service line and pretend to be the popular author Andy Weir. Happily, the customer service rep obliged the hackers’ request to change the email password to Weir’s main email account. Just like that, Weir was kicked out of his own email account. The problem lies with the verification process for changing a password with Comcast. A hacker only needs to know the street address and last four digits of the target’s Social Security number. These Internet service provider (ISP) email accounts are less protected and easier for evil cybercriminals to break into. That’s why Weir canceled his Comcast.net email account and switched over to Gmail. With Gmail, there is a double-verification process that make it a tad bit more difficult for hackers to exploit. But Weir isn’t stopping there. “I’ve changed the passwords to every online account I have and done virus scans on all my systems just […]

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Security flaw in phones gives hackers access

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Security flaw in phones gives hackers access

    Researchers at the University of Michigan and California are presenting a paper Friday, saying they have found a new hacking method with a high success rate. It’s called User Interface or UI State Interference, and it gives hackers […]

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Federal agencies investigating how hacker gained access to patient data

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Federal agencies investigating how hacker gained access to patient data

The FBI and other federal agencies are continuing to investigate a cyberattack that hacked personal information from 4.5 million U.S. health patients, including those at Spartanburg-based Mary Black Health System. Authorities determined in July that Community Health Systems, Inc. was […]

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CellAntenna announces new high power RF Multiband Remote Unit for use in mobile phone jamming and managed access applications

Top Priority Sector:  communications Coral Springs, FL-based CellAntenna Corporation, a provider of solutions to enhance and prohibit cell phone signals, has announced its latest product for jamming and managed access, the High Power Multiband Remote Unit (CA-MBRU-HP) providing 100 Watts per band combined to a single output port. Read More….

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Quintron brings access control to new level with AccessNsite 7.9.4

Top Priority Sector:  access_control_identification Santa Monica-based Quintron Systems, a provider of advanced interoperable voice systems and physical access control/intrusion detection systems, has released

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Hackers hit more businesses through remote access accounts

Hackers recently broke into payment systems at several northwestern U.S. restaurants and food service firms via a remote access account belonging to one of their vendors, another example of the need for companies to monitor third-party access to their networks. View full post on Computerworld Cybercrime and Hacking News ________________ Other Sites You May Like: Read More….

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Hackers Get Access To The Ground(ctrl)

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Sacramento-based ground(ctrl) builds up the social networking websites and other services for the musicians recently began notifying an undisclosed number of users that their personal information may have been exposed when the company’s network was completely hacked. The company CEO Eddie Meehan wrote that in the notification e-mail “Upon learning the access, the unauthorized access were blocked by us and we engaged a leading forensic investigation company to determine what has happened and to assist us implementing enhanced security measures”. Read More….

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Cops Must Swear Silence to Access Vehicle Tracking System

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It’s a well known fact that police divisions around the nation are sending computerized permit plate bookworms to fabricate gigantic databases to recognize the area of vehicles. Yet one organization behind this Orwellian following framework is dead set to stay out of the news. Read More….

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