Posts Tagged ‘data breach’

Cybercrime

TeamP0ison Leaks Old UN Email Credentials

Teamp0ison a hacking group have managed to breach servers that are belonging to the united nation, more than thousand of email account have been leaked on pastbin that include usernames and passwords for UN employees. Up to now we have no details on how they breached the system but by looking at the list most [...]

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BART Police Database Hacked #OpBART

A database with information about the members of the police BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) has been hacked in the #OpBart operation. The database, published on Pastebin, contained information on names, addresses and accounts for more than 100 police officers. The Pastebin also contained a link to the campaign OpBart that is executed by Hacktivist [...]

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How secure is RSA’s SecurID?

The incidents at Lockheed Martin, L-3 Communications and Northrop Grumman seem to originate from a breach in which data was stolen related to RSA’s SecurID two-factor authentication devices, which are widely used by US government agencies, contractors and banks to secure remote access to sensitive networks. Finally RSA Security Company is going to replace about [...]

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Identifying the source of corporate threats

The Verizon Business RISK team recently released its “2009 Data Breach Investigations Report,” which gives a fresh look into the question of whether insiders or outsiders are the larger threat group. The report concludes that 74% of breaches result from external sources and “the predominance of total records lost was attributed to outsiders.” With nearly [...]

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