Skip to comments.Credit card hackers hit Neiman Marcus
Posted on 01/10/2014 6:10:48 PM PST by sheikdetailfeather
Credit card hackers might be developing a taste for the finer things in life.
Upscale department store Neiman Marcus confirmed that its database of customer information was hacked last month, independent security researcher Brian Krebs reported on Friday.
The Neiman Marcus hack follows news today from Target that its investigation into its recent hack found that thieves made off with the personal and credit card data of up to 110 million Target customers, 70 million more than previously thought.
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and soon our medical records will be much easier to hack than these things
Soon? I bet its already been done, Healthcare.gov is a hackers dream come true
No worries here. Too rich for my blood.
Nsa started it. Now everbody doing it. Coming to you by o.b.care
We have seen the beginning. The hacking season is only getting started. Secure code is possible but the man hours to make it happen are prohibitive. This is really going to hurt target, even as big as it is. Many companies will be hurt and even killed in the next 18 months.
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What is drop box exactly?
I have never used it but it apparently stores photos, emails, etc., in a cloud for you.
If one does this long enough eventually the Googler will find him or herself inside quite a few supposedly closed systems. NEVER-never-never put anything about yourself that you don't want revealed on a computer because in spite of your firewall and other so-called security programs it's all wide open to anyone to peek at or copy.
I think you’re talking about setting up a web site with malicious content to be a target of some common Google searches. Maybe. You’d also have a tough time showing up within 100 results of the top.
Something like this... it sounds as though someone internal got careless. Couldn’t resist the temptation to some free porn or whatever that was probably heard of through spam.
Target, Neiman’s and three other mall type stores that have yet to be named. You can’t tell me this isn’t coordinated and isn’t meant to bring down the US economy. The question is, is it step #2746 in this administration’s book to destroy America.
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