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Hacker Steals Password, Nearly Swipes $20K from College Station Woman

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – A College Station woman says a computer hacker nearly swiped thousands of dollars from her personal account. Anne Boykin said her financial advisor called in October and said he wanted to approve a recent transfer request […]

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Android malware steals money from QIWI Wallets

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    In the world of hacking, cyber criminals are continuously finding out  vulnerabilities in devices to earn money. We all know about SMS trojan horses, as they are the source of earning money by sending out premium rated messages from hacked devices.     Kaspersky experts have recently found the new type of android trojan that  steals money from premium rated numbers as well as from QIWI electronic wallet. Visa QIWI is basically a transaction service that can be used for transaction purposes like paying for goods and services around the world and to receive payments, donation and to …continue reading

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Christmas Grinch steals presents from home on Christmas Eve

  A couple came home from a Christmas Eve family gathering to discover that a real-life Grinch had stolen their presents. The front door of the home, on the 2100 block of High Street, had been broken into with a pry bar sometime between 5:45 p.m. and 7:40 p.m. Tuesday, according to a police report.
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How the Grinch Steals Christmas: He Tracks Your Kid Online

In Dr. Seuss’ timeless tale, the Grinch had to wait until all of Whoville was asleep, tie his dog to a sled and slink down a few too-tight chimneys in order to steal Christmas from the Whos. In 2013, all a savvy criminal needs to do is follow your kids on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Vine, Foursquare, Google+ […]

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Hacker Steals 250,000USD From Bitcoin Exchange BitFloor

It has happened again one Americas most popular bitcoin exchange Bitfloor ( bitfloor.com ) has been compromised and close to 250k USD or 25k bitcoins has been stolen from the sites servers in an attack which is turning out to be very embarrassing for the owner. View full post on Cyber War News

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Banking malware SpyEye steals info by hijacking webcams and mics

SpyEye is a computer Trojan horse that specifically targets online banking users. Like its older cousin, Zeus, SpyEye is no longer being developed by its original author, but is still widely used by cybercriminals in their operations, according to Kaspersky Lab. View full post on…

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Banking malware SpyEye steals info by hijacking webcams and mics

SpyEye is a computer Trojan horse that specifically targets online banking users. Like its older cousin, Zeus, SpyEye is no longer being developed by its original author, but is still widely used by cybercriminals in their operations, according to Kaspersky Lab. View full post on…

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Hacker steals data on about 1 in 4 Utahns

A computer hacker stole Social Security numbers for 280,000 Utahns and swiped names, addresses and birth dates for 500,000 others, state officials said today.

Officials announced the dramatically higher estimates at a news conference, the Salt Lake Tribune reports. Utahns covered by Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) who sought health care in the past four months are the most likely victims of the identify theft, officials said.

They first believed that the data theft, which occurred late April 1, involved only 24,000 Medicaid payment claims or eligibility inquiries. That estimate grew to more than 182,000 and included people covered by CHIP, among others.

A hacker traced to Eastern Europe first accessed a weakly protected computer server at the Utah Department of Health on March 30. The thief downloaded about 224,000 files, some of which contained hundreds of records, said health department spokesman Tom Huduchko, the Associated Press says. The breach was discovered April 2.

In a statement, the Department of Technology Services explained that a “configuration error occurred at the password authentication level, allowing the hacker to circumvent DTS’s security system.”

The stolen Social Security numbers did not include other personal information, he said. But the files had other data for 500,000 additional individuals.

The DTS noted in an FAQ (pdf) that claims payment and eligibility inquiries “contain sensitive, personal health information from individuals and health care providers. Such information could include Social Security numbers, names, dates of birth, addresses, diagnosis codes, national provider identification numbers, provider taxpayer identification numbers, and billing codes.”

The revised figure means that roughly one in four Utahns may have had their individual information compromised.

State officials will be contacting affected residents. Those whose Social Security numbers were stolen will receive a year of free credit-record monitoring. The news release has more information.

Article source: http://content.usatoday.com/communities/ondeadline/post/2012/04/hacker-steals-data-on-780k-from-utah-state-computer/1?csp=34news

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LOWER MAKEFIELD POLICE REPORT: Thief steals $3,000 from home, report of credit card fraud and drug arrests

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Woman Steals Credit Card to Pay Her Lawyer

OK, so you're going to court to defend yourself against being in possession of some drug or medication that you shouldn't have had, and you have a lawyer. How do you pay for that lawyer?

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