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Hacktivist Tactics Raise Ethical Questions

January 27, 2010 Added by:Anthony M. Freed

Recently we have witnessed the emergence of international hactivist and vigilante “the Jester” through his crusade against jihadi and militant Islamic networks...Jester’s activities raise an important question:  Where do cyber vigilantes fall on the infosec ethics spectrum?

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Is the Recent Chinese Google Hack the most Serious Privacy Breach of the Year?

January 21, 2010 Added by:Brent Carey

Last week Google announced that it was the victim of a hack in China. Word of the attack spread quickly and the German, French and Australian governments issued warnings about using internet Explorer. I'm amazed that this incident has not received more commentary from the privacy and security communities. Is this not   the most serious data privacy breach in a search engine’s histo...

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Rockyou.com - Gets Rocked again - this time a PII Lawsuit

January 02, 2010 Added by:Jason Remillard

Well, its happened. This time, the users themselves have taken action against rockyou.com for their inadvertent disclosure of customer information. As we previously reported, Rockyou was hacked and disclosed it looks like over 32,000,000 accounts. Yes, 32 Million!

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aweber comes clean, sort of....splatter effect continues

December 22, 2009 Added by:Jason Remillard

 While finally acknowledging their security exposure, aweber has done little to placate its user base judging by the responses and pleadings I've seen online.  Yes another example of what I'm calling the 'splatter' effect.  The damage that is borne upon others related to the security exposure, that is usually not measureable but definately has an impact.

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It’s ‘Defense in Depth’, not ‘Dense in Depth’

December 18, 2009 Added by:Bill Wildprett, CISSP, CISA

I sit, dumbfounded with amazement after reading that insurgents in Iraq have been intercepting Predator drone video feeds and that the Pentagon has known about this for a year now.

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Unu Cracks a Wall Street Journal Conference Site, Not WSJ.com

December 04, 2009 Added by:Daniel Kennedy

Unu, the security researcher from Bucharest Romania known for performing unsolicited penetration tests on brand name web sites with a concentration in SQL Injection is at it again, this time with a claim that he cracked WSJ Online.

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A Host of Insecurities about Security

October 21, 2009 Added by:Sudha Nagaraj

Security concerns will continue to dominate the IT sphere for a while. Governments are crying hoarse to put in preventive measures, the security industry is struggling to make up for losses suffered in a recessionary environment, enterprises are growing paranoid about the ‘insider threat’ and the small and medium enterprises are waking up to the need for security management.

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Extremely Sensitive US Secrets Found on P2P Networks

July 29, 2009 Added by:Infosec Island Admin

According to an article released by the Washington Post today, private firm, Tiversa, Inc, discovered extremely sensitive information on global P2P Networks.

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Marine One Breach Has Winners and Losers

March 01, 2009 Added by:Anthony M. Freed

Billions of dollars are spent on security every year, and it can be trumped by one lapse in judgment. That is a tremendous amount of resources committed to security just to have it undermined by the whim of one individual, and it underscores the precariousness of secure systems...

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Heartland Breach Bad As Tylenol Poisonings?

January 25, 2009 Added by:Anthony M. Freed

The company issued statements Friday (1/23) in an effort at damage control in which the CEO compares the potential industry-wide impact of the breach to none other than that of the Tylenol poisonings of some twenty-five years ago that nearly brought down the drug maker...

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