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Move Over Anonymous here comes “The Consortium”

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  1. steelballs

    steelballs BANNED BANNED

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    New Hacker group ?The Consortium? makes it?s first move on the web as it attacks Digital Playground a porn site and
    runs off with

    40,000 plain-text financial credentials - credit card numbers, names, CCV numbers, and expiration dates

    72,000 users personal information - e-mail addresses, usernames, and passwords

    More info here
    http://www.zdnet.com/blog/security/the-consortium-hacks-porn-site/10690

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  2. veheme

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    I wonder how many marriages would be affected by the leaking of the details of the report.
     
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  3. keinehabe

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    just to quote
    -> there are not enough words to describe that , I mean take a look :

    dictionary.reference.com/browse/retarded or www.thefreedictionary.com/retard ... :) .
     
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  4. steelballs

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    Shall we maken a conservative guess and say 72,000 :D
     
  5. veheme

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    Haha, we could, we could.
     
  6. [Bender]

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    Hack a random site -> j00 hva3 b33n pwNt bY "there is no spoon" s0c13tY! -> next anonymous

    Not.
     
  7. Narrator

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    I don't think it's real because it says they also stole *** numbers, NOBODY stores them.

    I think they hacked a couple of accounts, released some videos, and claimed they also stole customer info.
     
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  8. ddvv84

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    You would be VERY surprised! A lot of home based carts don't follow these rules. Most of the mainstream shopping carts
    follow the rules and usually encrypt unless the user opts-out of that.
     
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  9. jazzc

    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Riggght :D
     
  10. ba_laz

    ba_laz Power Member

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    never heard of digital playground before,looks like a great site!:naughty:
     
  11. keinehabe

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    do you really think :D? ...
    think once again please !
    if same answer comes , I`m telling you , twice wrong .

    Actually loads of merchants/shoppingsites/ and so on store their customers info that's not big deal , it's an common practice ! Thing is ... sensitive infos usually are keep secure ( even with that millions of such records get in wrong hands always ! ) , well I`m refer there to serious business , not jokes like this one , never was and never will be '' first 5 porn sites '' such crappy site LOL.
     
  12. Roparadise

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    Fucking kids,need to learn how to do things the right way. If you see a site has bad security then send them a message about it. Telling them they have a problem and telling them you can fix it for them for $x,xxx.
     
  13. jazzc

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    And in some countries you can get in for extortion - have a nice time in jail.
     
  14. dirtbag

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    God damn, Manwin owns everyone. lol.
     
  15. weedface18

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    how is that extortion? if you're not threatening to hack them
     
  16. keinehabe

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    if it's first / maybe second time when you get caught doing this maybe you can get away with some community work , or suspension lol :D ; if it's works few time easy and ready money to move on @ bigger things :D

    simply like hell ... how the heck did you know they are '' vulnerable '' to any kind of scriptkiddie exploit :D? ... don't you think '' professionally hackers '' even trying to attack such kind of low level sites :D
     
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  17. jazzc

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    And who 's to stop them from claiming so? Or even that you created the problem in the first place by some means in order to force them to buy? (they don't even have to prove that absurd claim of course). Now, you have to prove you are not a pink elephant - will you fight them in court or settle? ;)

    And as keinehabe said, did you have permission to make a security audit in their property and potentially cause a disruption of service (leak of sensitive info, etc. etc. etc.) that would cost them a huge amount of money (again, they don't need to prove shit)? :)
     
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  18. Roparadise

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    You misunderstood it lol.

    I meant instead of being hackers as in doing illegal things,be a security advocate/help group. That checks on websites and if they see something wrong,fix it for them for a good price,not high but enough to cover their time. And if they dont want to pay it,just leave them alone and go on to other ventures.
     
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    You don't seem to understand, there are some countries thats even illegal to scan ports, let alone conduct a security audit. You missed jazzc points, if you have taken any ethical hacker classes you would have understood what jazzc just told you about. Anyone involved in the pen testing field is well awared of that you need a written agreement that gives you the right to even do a testing to find exploits/security holes.

    You can offer your services, but you can't signal them whats wrong on their site since that would indicate you went ahead without their permission in conducting your tests, that alone can land you a well earned law suit.
     
  20. Leith

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    You stole the words right from my mouth. :cool: