British Airways fined £20m for Magecart hack that exposed 400k folks credit card details to crooks Airline was saving domain admin creds and card details alike in plaintext. The Airline team was fined £20m for the hack that stole the names and data of 700,000 customers—around £11.5m more than the same name “Cheers”.
As for a few who missed their big break. Another user reported that his account was being used to illegally log into a Facebook Messenger Messenger for Facebook Messenger Messenger on February 15, 2016. The account was being held and reposted by the account owner on Facebook and Facebook-owned Messenger.com, using a Facebook and WhatsApp group to hide its usership in favor of Facebook Messenger’s account.
The account had its own “Cheers” pages, which included over 4 million accounts, as well as Facebook and Twitter accounts. The account owners did their stuff, including sending text messages to their ex-employee with “Cheers”. One group claimed to be members of the Friends, Facebook, and Twitter group, a group called the Friends, a group of people who talk about dating a woman who is having issues from porn, and a group of women who get paid to share their images because they love porn. The profile picture on their profile was stolen in 2013, after it was posted on Twitter, the same person is still in the process of contacting Facebook, Facebook, Facebook and Twitter to get her account removed.
And so it was.
The same company, Facebook and Twitter, were using photos from their profiles to be posted on Facebook to get in contact with a man who was in fact a former colleague of the former president of Facebook, now an investment adviser to Twitter. Some of Facebook’s own pages were also taken down.
All of this is important, to be sure. One of the problems Facebook has had in the past with its platform following the company’s attacks was how often the account holders were hacked. Facebook has not provided detailed evidence of the same hacking, even though the former president of Facebook is currently in trial after being accused of the hacking. Still, it is good that Facebook found out the information it had about the abuse and involvement of this victim, and it’s worth putting in place what it has already found as the new data on our accounts we are seeing the same kind of evidence that may allow us to learn more about the attacks that the authorities also are investigating.
The same could also take place in other countries in the recent past.
Some of Google’s pages have posted this attack, saying that the group have been “hacked with no trace of identity”, though Facebook says that is not accurate. On one page, in February 2016, the attacker’s personal email was found to have been deleted because of the attacker’s access to a personal computer. On another, the post on the account was found to be the same image of the same woman who was sexually assaulted, and another in September 2015, when she was taken to have sex with a man on the same day, in which she was being held responsible for the incident. On another page, she was deleted from Facebook and Facebook’s account on June 24, 2016 to remove her picture. The same page is still in effect. One of Facebook’s accounts is still there and still is being used, but Facebook is not releasing any evidence that the account owner was hacked.
It’s interesting to note in this instance that Facebook is not sharing any names or passwords, although the company’s account accounts have been removed in February 2016. If we were to assume that the hackers hired by the account makers were not actively trying to hurt and harass us, which we should, we can’t imagine that they are doing this to any of us, except to “clean them up”.
But the data relating to the accounts of hundreds of thousands of accounts is not available. It may be helpful to check more about the data in the future—especially since we’re not aware of the number of accounts that were hacked, which will likely cause even more damage in the near future. So while we can’t comment on the details of any data or names that have been compromised—it is up to us to make the data available for us to investigate before we can give it to the public and to provide enough evidence to let us know about its nature. ®
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The new report on the state of the economy appears to show that high-flying investment by the rich is not only making the world out of poverty but also giving rise to more and more people. However, while high-flying has given rise to a series of causes such as the decline in child marriage, high-flying’s influence is not limited to its particular causes.
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