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- Dumping Data from Deep-Insert SkimmersI recently heard from a police detective who was seeking help identifying some strange devices found on two Romanian men caught maxing out stolen credit cards at local retailers. Further inspection revealed the devices to be semi-flexible data transfer wands that thieves can use to extract stolen ATM card data from "deep-insert skimmers," wafer-thin fraud […]
- Carbon Emissions: Oversharing Bug Puts Security Vendor Back in SpotlightLast week, security firm DirectDefense came under fire for over-hyping claims that Cb Response, a cybersecurity product sold by competitor Carbon Black, was leaking proprietary from customers who use it. Carbon Black responded that the bug identified by its competitor was a feature, and that customers were amply cautioned in advance about the potential privacy […]
- Blowing the Whistle on Bad AttributionThe New York Times this week published a fascinating story about a young programmer in Ukraine who'd turned himself in to the local police. The Times says the man did so after one of his software tools was identified by the U.S. government as part of the arsenal used by Russian hackers suspected of hacking […]
- Beware of Security by Press ReleaseOn Wednesday, the security industry once again witnessed an all-too-familiar cycle: I call it "Security by press release." It goes a bit like this: A security firm releases a report claiming to have unearthed a major flaw in a competitor's product; members of the trade press uncritically republish the claims without adding much clarity or […]
- Alleged vDOS Operators Arrested, ChargedTwo young Israeli men alleged by this author to have co-founded vDOS -- until recently the largest and most profitable cyber attack-for-hire service online -- were arrested and formally indicted this week in Israel on conspiracy and hacking charges.