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WARNING: Blippy User's Debit Card Numbers Still Appearing In Google

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WARNING: Blippy User's Debit Card Numbers Still Appearing In Google

Review: ProtectMyID from Experian helps guard against identity theft

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Identity theft is scary business, for sure. But it's a threat that seems a whole lot less likely once you sign up for ProtectMyID, an online identity theft protection service that comes from Experian, a trusted credit-reporting company. ProtectMyID is not cheap though, as it costs $16 per month...
Review: ProtectMyID from Experian helps guard against identity theft

Hackers Steal Millions of Social Security Numbers From South Carolina Taxpayers

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Hackers were likely not ski-masked in this case. Hackers from outside the United States recently penetrated the website for South Carolina’s Dept. of Revenue and reportedly made off with 3.6 million Social Security numbers and 16,000 unencrypted credit and debit card numbers. South Carolina has a population of approximately 4.5...
Hackers Steal Millions of Social Security Numbers From South Carolina Taxpayers

South Carolina reveals massive data breach of Social Security Numbers, credit cards

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Approximately 3.6 million Social Security numbers and 387,000 credit and debit card numbers belonging to South Carolina taxpayers were exposed after a server at the state's Department of Revenue was breached by an international hacker, state officials said Friday....
South Carolina reveals massive data breach of Social Security Numbers, credit cards

Massive South Carolina Data Breach Shows Your Data Is Always At Risk

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South Carolina shocked taxpayers Oct. 26 when it said 3.6 million returns dating back to 1998 had been hacked. All of the social security numbers and about 16,000 credit and debit card numbers on the returns were unencrypted, which means there was little stopping the overseas hackers from using the...
Massive South Carolina Data Breach Shows Your Data Is Always At Risk
FBI arrests 24 hackers in $205M credit card fraud scheme
South Carolina reveals massive data breach

Secret Service Paid TJX Hacker $75,000 a Year

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Convicted TJX hacker Albert Gonzalez earned $75,000 a year working undercover for the U.S. Secret Service, informing on bank card thieves before he was arrested in 2008 for running his own multimillion-dollar card-hacking operation. The information comes from one of Gonzalez’s best friends and convicted accomplices, Stephen Watt. Watt...
Secret Service Paid TJX Hacker $75,000 a Year

Google Wallet integrates with retailers' mobile websites to offer secure 3-step check out

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Google Wallet now stores payment information, like debit card numbers and billing addresses, for retailer’s mobile websites so shoppers can check out more safely and quickly. Shoppers normally need to enter “17-20 fields of information” on mobile websites, according to the Google Mobile Commerce team, while having to “click...
Google Wallet integrates with retailers' mobile websites to offer secure 3-step check out

TJX Hacker Gets 20 Years in Prison

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BOSTON — Convicted TJX hacker Albert Gonzalez was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Thursday for leading a gang of cyberthieves who stole more than 90 million credit and debit card numbers from TJX and other retailers. The sentence for the largest computer-crime case ever prosecuted is the...
TJX Hacker Gets 20 Years in Prison
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