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Leading Stock Alert Service Hits 84 Winners Out of 87 Picks in 2011

SANTA CLARA, CA– — The BullTrade.com "Stock Alert" service has been on an epic winning streak since its inception over 14 years ago. Over the past nine years, over 96% of all closed-out trades …

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POLICE: Credit card scam hits more than 100 in Sussex

GEORGETOWN — Credit card fraud in which people have had their credit card number stolen have affected more than 100 residents in Sussex County since April, 2011, police said.

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Hacker hits Zappos’ system

Online shoe seller Zappos.com says a hacker may have accessed the personal information of up to 24 million customers.

Customers’ credit card and payment information was not stolen, but names, phone numbers, email addresses, billing and shipping addresses, the last four digits from credit cards and more may have been accessed in the attack, according to an email that CEO Tony Hsieh sent to employees Sunday.

Zappos is emailing customers and urging them to change their passwords.

Zappos said the hacker gained access to its internal network and systems through one of the company’s servers in Kentucky. Based in Las Vegas, Zappos is owned by Seattle-based Amazon.com.

(Associated Press)

NOTE Stock markets were closed Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Article source: http://www.indystar.com/article/20120117/BUSINESS/201170349

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Computer worm hits Facebook logins

PETACH-TIKVA, Israel, Jan. 5 (UPI) — A computer worm has stolen login credentials and compromised more than 45,000 Facebook accounts, Israeli security firm Seculert said.

Facebook has issued a statement saying most of the login credentials were outdated but it was informing the affected users.

The worm, known as Ramnit, was first detected in April 2010, and is described as malware that infects Windows executable and HTML files, stealing information like stored credentials and browser cookies, Seculert said in a blog post.

A July 2011 report from security firm Symantec said Ramnit was responsible for 17.3 percent of all new malicious software infections, PC Magazine reported Thursday.

Ramnit targeted financial institutions when it first appeared. It is now going after Facebook and its 800 million users, especially in Europe.

About 69 percent of the 45,000 compromised login details were from Facebook users in Britain, followed by 27 percent in France and 4 percent elsewhere.

“We suspect that the attackers behind Ramnit are using the stolen credentials to log-in to victims’ Facebook accounts and to transmit malicious links to their friends, thereby magnifying the malware’s spread even further,” Seculert said.

Article source: http://www.upi.com/Science_News/2012/01/05/Computer-worm-hits-Facebook-logins/UPI-23691325815370/

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Hacker Group Anonymous Hits Security Firm

The hacker’s group “Anonymous” has admitted that it raided the computers of U.S.-based security think tank Stratfor and stole thousands of credit-card numbers and other personal information from its clients, AP reports.

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Tax Holiday Hits Social Security

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Tax Holiday Hits Social Security

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Card Reader Scam Hits South Bay Charity For Troops

The South Bay Blue Star Moms, a group that sends care packages to soldiers, was one of the credit card users hit by the recent Lucky card skimming scam.

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Russian voters in the dark as cyber attack hits blog

Russia’s most popular blogging website, Livejournal, was down for the third consecutive day, with some alleging the cyber attack had been timed to prevent people from discussing yesterday’s vote.

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