Posts Tagged ‘Identity Theft’


Identity Theft: How 2012 Affects What You Should Do in 2014

In 2012, identity theft cost U.S. citizens more than $24 billion. The Bureau of Justice Statistics reports losses affecting 16.6 million people. In the vein of government-related identity crimes, fraudulent tax returns and falsified filings of government benefit papers top the list of reported incidents. According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), document-related theft accounts [...]


Zeus Trojan infected 2.5 thousands Corperate machine around the Globe

Over the past 1,5 year more than 75 thousands machine worldwide have been infected by Zeus Trojan this is according to NetWitnes Company, all these infected computers were used to thief Banking account, Social Networking and email passwords. Among the victims we can find some of the major companies like Merck, Cardinal Health, Paramount Pictures [...]


Missile data found on hard drives

Sensitive information for shooting down intercontinental missiles as well as bank details and NHS records was found on old computers, researchers say. Of 300 hard disks bought randomly at computer fairs and an online auction site, 34% still held personal data. Researchers from BT and the University of Glamorgan bought disks from the UK, America, [...]