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lilupophilupop.com SQL injection infects over 1,000,000 pages

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A SQL attack which is increasing at extremely fast rates has been uncovered by ISC ( Internet Storm Center ) has seen to raise from just a few thousand pages to over 1 million in just a few weeks. From the past few weeks of going over submitted results and information from interweb users they have put together some […]

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Vodafone gets warning over breach

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The communications watchdog has put Vodafone on notice over the telco’s leaking of personal customer details earlier this year. The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has ordered Vodafone to comply with the telecommunications consumer protections code (TCP code), or face penalties of up to $250,000. An ACMA investigation found Vodafone had poor systems in […]

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S. Korea Bumps up Cyber Security watch in wake of Kim Jong-il death

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Kim Jong-il, Passed away today and it has been a hot topic all across the social media and press in general, We have come across a alert on the yon hap News website that is alerting Korean’s to be on the watch for malicious activity. Korea Communications Commission (KCC) raised the cyber alert to the third […]

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200,000 Restaurant Depot clients affected by hack, 16days to notify clients

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Restaurant Depot has finally let a rough number 200,000 of accounts from clients that was stolen in a November attack. The company was alerted to the hack on Nov 9th but failed to notify its clients of the hack until 25th of Nov? why is this that it takes them 16days to get this done? The main problem we have in this […]

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Australian newspaper raided over hacking claims

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MELBOURNE — Australian police on Thursday raided the offices of Melbourne newspaper The Age over alleged hacking into a political party’s database. The Victoria Police e-crimes squad searched reporters’ desks and spoke with editor Paul Ramadge and a number of senior journalists and lawyers, according to the paper’s owners, Fairfax Media. “This morning a team […]

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eBay merchants shahizanhashim, Allowed Google to index customer information

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Well, this would have to be one of the most stupid mistakes any person can make, allowing sensitive information from clients be indexed by search engines like google. while its not rare, in any case this happens a lot more then people realise, but it shows how anyone with a bit of PC smart behind them can easily use google to […]

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Napsu.fi Confirms and alerts its users to breach and leak of 16,000+ accounts

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Recently Napsu.fi was hacked and a huge amount of accounts was dumped on pastebin and has since made its way around a few other places and got its self in the bigger media’s eye. Now on the Napsu/fi home page, when translated you can see the below message which clearly states they screwed up and are attempting to […]

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Australian Telcom Giant, Telstra investigated over data breach

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TELSTRA faces the wrath of the Federal Privacy Commissioner after leaving customer details of potentially millions of customers exposed on the web including, reportedly, usernames and passwords. The details were exposed in a search page used by Telstra customer service agents that was left unprotected and openly accessible on the web. The page entitled “Telstra […]

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McAfee Threats Report: Third Quarter 2011

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