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March 2012 Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part II)

First Part: March 2012 Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part I)

It is time for the second part of the March 2012 Cyber Attacks Timeline, a month that will probably be remembered for the breach occurred to Global Payments, a credit card processor, whose aftermath may potentially affect up to 10 million credit card holders belonging, among the others, to Visa and MasterCard.

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December 2011 Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part II)

This infamous 2011 is nearly gone and here it is the last post for this year concerning the 2011 Cyber Attacks Timeline. As you will soon see from an infosec perspective this month has been characterized by two main events: the LulzXmas with its terrible Stratfor hack (whose effects are still ongoing with the recent release of 860,000 accounts), and an unprecented wave of breaches in China which led to the dump of nearly 88 million of users for a theoretical cost of nearly $19 million (yes the Sony brech is close). For the rest an endless cyberwar between India and Pakistan, some hactivism and (unfortunately) the usual amounts of “minor” breaches and defacement. After the page break you find all the references.

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The Lulz Boat Sails to Brazil (And Leaks 8 Gb Of Data)

Hard Times for Police Corps all over the world, after the U.S. Law Enforcement Agencies, today it is Brazilian’s Police turn, hacked by LulzSec Brazil, who has disclosed 8 gb of data from what they defined the Pandora’s Box…

August has just begun, but my sixth sense and half tells me this will be another hot month for Information Security…

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I Shot The Sheriff..

Oops, they did it again! After the first attack to Law Enforcement Institutions, the AnonLulzSec (that is the Antisec campaign led by Anonymous and LulzSec), inside what they defined the ShootingSheriffsSaturday, leaked again 10 Gb of Data from the same Law Enforcement Agencies, releasing over 10gb of private police emails, training files, snitch info and personal info. The attack was made in retaliation for anonymous arrests (and for the declarations stating that no critical data had been compromised during the previous hack).

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