Did Target Malware Teen Take A Piece Of The Pie?


Security firm IntelCrawler has released evidence supporting the identity of the programmer behind the BlackPOS malware that infected Target and other major U.S. retailers as the 17-year-old Russian...
    






Actually Two Attacks In One, Target Breach Affected 70 to 110 Million Customers


The latest reports from Reuters indicate that six additional large U.S. retailers have ongoing point of sale (POS) data breaches that have been reported to law enforcement but not yet made public....
    






The Target Data Breach Is Becoming A Nightmare


Over the past month, details about the breadth of the Target data breach have continued to emerge.  It’s not a pretty story.  Bad enough when it appeared that through some means, hackers had gotten...
    






Questions and answers about Obama’s new NSA rules


Questions and answers about Obama's plan to rein in NSA snooping on phone records and emails WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is ordering changes to spy programs that sweep up...
    






Researchers Report Exact Timeline Of Massive Target Data Breach


Following yesterday’s identification by Brian Krebs of the exact malware used in last year’s Target personal data breach, the research lab at Seculert analyzed a sample of the malware and describes...
    






For Obama, NSA review a quest for public trust


For Obama, NSA review a quest to regain public trust in surveillance operations WASHINGTON (AP) — Faced with Edward Snowden's first leaks about the government's sweeping surveillance...
    






Judge to Apple: Reboot relationship with monitor


NY judge says Apple's opposition to e-books monitor proves the wisdom of his appointment NEW YORK (AP) — A judge on Thursday urged Apple to reboot its relationship with a monitor...
    






BlackPOS Malware Used In Target Attack On +70 Million Customers Retails For $1,800


The massive data breach at Target during the 2013 holiday shopping season which the retailer now admits affected from 70 to 110 million customers used an inexpensive “off the shelf” malware...