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Announcement Regarding The October 2009 Critical Patch Update

September 03, 2009 from: The Oracle Global Product Security Blog

Because many Oracle customers with responsibility for deploying the Critical Patch Update within their respective organizations will be attending Oracle OpenWorld on October 11-15, 2009; the October 2009 Critical Patch Update originally scheduled to be published on Tuesday, October 13th 2009, will be released on October 20th 2009.

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TJX settles banks’ lawsuit

September 02, 2009 from: Office of Inadequate Security

The Associated Press reports that TJX has settled TJX said it has paid $525,000 to settle claims by some banks about costs they incurred as a result of the retailer’s massive data breach. Other banks — AmeriFirst Bank, HarborOne Credit Union, SELCO Community Cre...

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Gonzalez pleads guilty, sentenced to 15-25 years

August 28, 2009 from: Office of Inadequate Security

Under a plea agreement with federal prosecutors filed in Boston on Friday, Albert Gonzalez would serve a sentence of 15 to 25 years after pleading guilty to a 19-count indictment. He would also forfeit some $2.8 million in cash, a Miami condo, a car and expensive frakelry.

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Google Safe-Browsing and Chrome Privacy Leak

August 24, 2009 from: Rsnake's blog at ha.ckers.org

Some more advice from Robert "RSnake" Hansen on why you shoulld be careful if using Google's Chrome browser.

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Rival used phony emails to snoop, firm says

August 21, 2009 from: Office of Inadequate Security

Affiliated Computer Services, an information technology firm, claims a competitor set up bogus email addresses in the names of dozens of ACS employees to divert mail and accounts to its rival’s computers. It claims Duncan Solutions’ “unauthorized diversion of ACS’ email not only interferes with the operation of ACS’ computer network, but it also gives Duncan access to...

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8 indicted in $22m fraud against AT&T Wireless, T-Mobile

August 19, 2009 from: Office of Inadequate Security

An indictment was unsealed in Brooklyn federal court this morning charging Courtney Beckford, Gabe Beizem, Rawl Davis, Lennox Lambert, Marsha Montayne, Saul Serrano, Ron Shealey, and Rohan Stewart, with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud. Beizem, Montayne, and Stewart were also charged with wire fraud and aggravated identity theft.

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Opinion: Heartland CEO Must Accept Responsibility

August 13, 2009 from: Office of Inadequate Security

An opinion statement from Mike Rothman on Heartland CEO Bob Carr's recent blame for their breach earlier this year on the PCI QSA firm that performed their PCI Certification. What do you think?

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Heartland says breach has cost $32 million so far

August 06, 2009 from: Office of Inadequate Security

Heartland Payment Systems on Tuesday (Aug. 4) said it spent $32 million this year paying for costs related to the major data breach it disclosed in January, including $22.1 million to cover fines from key payment card brands and a settlement offer. Heartland did not say how the $22.1 million was split between the fines and the settlement offer, but it did provide clues.

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Mozilla shuts Firefox e-store after security breach

August 05, 2009 from: Office of Inadequate Security

Mozilla shuttered its online store late Tuesday after finding out that the firm it hired to run the backend operations of the company’s e-tailing business had suffered a security breach.

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Last conspirator in $5 million fraud ring sentenced

August 01, 2009 from: Office of Inadequate Security

Dana J. Boente, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, announced that all seven conspirators have now been sentenced for stealing more than $5 million through a fraud scheme involving identity theft and credit card, bank and mortgage fraud.

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Network Solutions suffers crippling data breach

July 27, 2009 from: Office of Inadequate Security

Over half a million credit card holders may have had their account details captured by hackers, after web hosting firm Network Solutions revealed that more than 4,000 of the e-commerce sites it hosts could have been breached.

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Network Solutions hacked

July 24, 2009 from: Office of Inadequate Security

Hackers have broken into Web servers owned by domain registrar and hosting provider Network Solutions, planting rogue code that resulted in the compromise of more than 573,000 debit and credit card accounts over the past three months, Security Fix has learned.

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Leahy reintroduces data breach bill

July 23, 2009 from: Office of Inadequate Security

Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) has reintroduced a data breach bill that would set tougher rules for government agencies and private sector firms regarding consumers’ personal information.

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New CSS Grammar Fuzzer

July 10, 2009 from: Mozilla Security Blog

Fuzzers are a tool that we’ve found incredibly valuable in the past, and continue to employ heavily. A fuzzer’s job is to make your application fail by feeding it surprising inputs.

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