Archive for June, 2011

Goatse Security hacking group orchestrated a security breach of AT&T’s servers

June 28th, 2011
Apple iPad 2 WHITE???

Cybercrime

Wikipedia defines cybercrime as “any crime that involves a computer and a network. The computer may have been used in the commission of a crime, or it may be the target. A computer can be a source of evidence. Even though the computer is not directly used for criminal purposes, it is an excellent device for record keeping, particularly given the power to encrypt the data. If this evidence can be obtained and decrypted, it can be of great value to criminal investigators”.

The AT&T iPad hacking case

More than 100,000 Apple iPad users were a victim of data breach after the hackers accessed AT&T’s servers. Last June, Daniel Spitler of San Francisco, Calif., and Andrew Auernheimer of Fayetteville, Ark. broke into a computer without user authorization. They tried to obtain email addresses from the SIM card addresses of at least 114,000 iPad 3G users. Initially the attack appeared to be a sophisticated hack, the actual exploit used an automated script to submit HTTP requests for thousands of possible serial numbers and collect AT&T’s responses.

Post-breach, AT&T issued a statement. “This issue was escalated to the highest levels of the company and was corrected by Tuesday. We are continuing to investigate and will inform all customers whose e-mail addresses… may have been obtained,”.

How Daniel pilfered AT&T’s servers?

Daniel Spitler wrote a script called the “iPad 3G Account Slurper” and used it to access AT&T servers thereby getting info on e-mail addresses and associated unique iPad numbers. Spitler got in touch with co-defendant Andrew Auernheimer over Internet Relay Chat and they both hatched the plan of taking advantage of the Web site hole and the data from 100,000 accounts that was exposed.

Update on the case

Daniel Spitler has pleaded guilty to breaking into AT&T’s systems and obtaining the email addresses of iPad users. He is allegedly member of the Goatse Security hacking group. Spitler faces up to 10 years in prison and, $500,000 in fines on one count of conspiracy to gain unauthorized access to computers and on one count of identity theft. He is scheduled to be sentenced September 28 in Newark federal court.

Andrew Auernheimer was arrested January 18 in Fayetteville, Ark., while appearing in state court. Charges against him are still pending. He had pleaded not-guilty saying that he and his Goatse Security hacking group were planning to warn AT&T about the hole and notifying iPad 3G customers about the exposure of their data. But the chat logs were evidence enough to point out that they had not contacted AT&T.

“The magnitude of this crime affected everyone from high ranking members of the White House staff to the average American citizen,” said Michael B. Ward, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Newark Division. “It’s important to note that it wasn’t just the hacking itself that was criminal, but what could potentially occur utilizing the pilfered information.”

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NATO could be the next victim of a data breach

June 27th, 2011
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NATO's e-Bookshop attacked

Data breach and its definition

Data breach incidents range from planned attacks of organized crime on a national government website to carelessly selling of used computer equipment or data storage media. Definition “A data breach is a security incident in which sensitive, protected or confidential data is copied, transmitted, viewed, stolen or used by an individual unauthorized to do so.”

What do data breaches include?

Data breaches include financial information such as credit card or bank details, personal health information (PHI), personally identifiable information (PII), trade secrets of corporations or intellectual property

What happened at NATO?

NATO was recently notified of a possible data breach from a NATO-related website run by an external company

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has issued a statement

“Police dealing with digital crimes have notified NATO of a probable data breach from a NATO-related website operated by an external company. NATO’s e-Bookshop is a separate service for the public for the release of NATO information and does not contain any classified data. Access to the site has been blocked and subscribers have been notified.”

In detail

The e-Bookshop site offers free access for the general public to NATO publications and multimedia products in both electronic and print format s and does not contain classified documents.

The site has been closed down and users have been informed. The virtual bookstore is reachable though, through the NATO web address.

NATO has not disclosed as to what data was lost or how the attackers hit the server. It has just informed about a data breach and confirmed that no confidential data was compromised.

Speculation about the attack being related to NATO’s recent clash with the online group Anonymous is very high. The global organization had warned member nations about the rising threat of “hacktivism,” or carrying out cyberattacks for political purposes.

But “Anonymous” has completely defended this crime saying “NATO fears the group not because it’s a “threat to society,” but because it’s a “threat to the established hierarchy.” It further added “This is no longer your world. It is our world – the people’s world.

NATO’s strategy

NATO’s Strategic Concept,  identifies cyber defence as one of the critical tasks to be carried out develop to prevent, detect, defend against and recover from cyber-attacks. NATO defence ministers agreed this month on a cyber defence action plan to limit these attacks. This action plan is already being implemented.

LulzSec group attacks at the same time

The LulzSec hacker group has broken into official computers used by the State of Arizona. The accessed data which includes personal emails, names, addresses and passwords of officials, along with confidential document has been made public online.

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Major game developer Square Enix victim of data breach

June 26th, 2011
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Square Enix, the latest victim of data breach

It is now obvious that hackers have decided to hit all major game developers! Last few weeks has seen data breaches of game sites like Nintendo, Bethesda Softworks, Sony, Epic games and Codemasters. The latest is Square Enix, one of the world’s largest developers and publishers of games for PCs and consoles.

Square Enix, well-known for creating the Final Fantasy and Kingdom of Hearts franchises were targeted by unknown hackers mid-way through last month. The cyber attack also reportedly focused on the company’s website.

Computer hackers managed to hit two websites of the Japanese company, Eidosmontreal.com, run by Square Enix’s subsidiary Eidos, and Deusex.com, a promotional site for the upcoming game, Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Up to 25,000 email addresses had been taken in the security breach. The company also stated that the attackers couldn’t access the credit card numbers of users, but they managed to download the resumes of about 350 people who applied for jobs in one of the company’s offices in Canada.

As per the statement “Eidosmontreal.com does not hold any credit card information or code data, however there are resumes which are submitted to the website by people interested in jobs at the studio. Regrettably up to 350 of these resumes may have been accessed, and we are in the process of writing to each of the individuals who may have been affected to offer our sincere apologies for this situation,”

Former Washington Post writer Brian Krebs reports that both the official Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Eidos websites were closed on Thursday morning, May 12. It appears that during this period hackers put up a banner that read “Owned by Chippy1337”. The hackers threatened to distribute the stolen information on file sharing networks. Personal information of more than 25,000 users was stolen. 350 of these were resumes that were accessed and each of the affected individuals were sent apology letters.

The hacked sites were immediately closed down. Damage was analyzed and once improved security measures were implemented, the sites were up and running.

Square Enix has lost so much sensitive data that one has now started questioning about network security.

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Computer containing personal information taken from Dept. of Aging

June 24th, 2011
Benq laptop

Laptop theft on the rise

A Laptop/Notebook is stolen or lost every 12 seconds

How are laptops stolen?

90% of the Laptops are being lost/stolen during the travel.

Some are stolen at the work place, conference centers, hotel rooms, cars, airports and train stations. As statistics show, it is just impossible to be able to prevent theft to occur as opportunists are everywhere in our society.

Laptop loss not only proves costly to the owner but it also includes the loss of sensitive and creative information/data in it. It could be your important documents, presentations, credit card details, financial information or maybe a contract or legal document.

Here’s a story which talks about laptop theft and loss of valuable health related data.

Laptop stolen from Dept. of Aging

A laptop belonging to a PASSPORT case manager, with the Mansfield Area Agency on Aging, Inc., was  stolen on June 3 from his car in the Ohio District 5 region which serves counties in the Mansfield area. It contained  data of thousands of clients.

According to the agency  the laptop contained the personal health information on up to 43,000 consumers and the personal contact information on up to 35,000 related clients’ personal representatives.

In a news release, CEO Duana Patton said, “The Area Agency on Aging understands the importance of safeguarding our consumer’s personal information and takes that responsibility very seriously. We deeply regret that this incident occurred and we have already taken steps to ensure our laptops are properly equipped to secure personal information from unauthorized access in the future.”

The department is in the process of informing all of the affected users  by letter to explain credit protection options available to them.

Individuals can reach the staff for queries related to the data breach on the following number – 800-522-5680 extension 1234

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Massive hack plunges BitCoin’s value

June 24th, 2011
I got my Bitcoin @nerdmeritbadge today!

Virtual money hacked !

If you think a $500,000 heist can only happen in Hollywood movies, think twice ! Thieves managed to steal $50,000 online currency this month. And if this was not enough, it was followed by a major hack at an exchange website that led to a plunge in the currency’s actual value.

The story in short

Bitcoin, “the first decentralized digital currency,” lost its data at the largest Bitcoin-exchange, Mt. Gox, that caused values to plunge from $17 to $0.01 per Bitcoin credit.

A very basic question

Bitcoin is a virtual currency.  How does it have value in the first place? And how does it even get stolen? Anyway it is virtual, so what if it gets stolen or is inaccessible? If your grey cells need information, here it is:

What is this virtual currency all about?

Virtual currency has long been used (in one way or another) in multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) such as World of Warcraft to simple social network games like FarmVilleHardly.

Bitcoin’s  virtual money and its open source software entered the gaming world in the year 2009.

Bitcoin has real currency value outside the virtual environment. Believe it or not  it has a value several times higher than the U.S. dollar, the British pound, and the Euro.

The story in detail

Monday, June 13, at around 5 p.m. 25,000 Bitcoins were transferred from 478 accounts on the BitCoin currency’s largest exchange — Mt. Gox.  Mt. Gox has issued a statement saying that there was a major breach and it was shutting down.  Around $8.75M USD worth of Bitcoins appear to have been stolen in the breach.

In the last couple of weeks users started noticing that their accounts had been hacked and their Bitcoins stolen. It was clear that the Mt. Gox database, having 61,020 entries, had been stolen.  The next obvious that happened was Bitcoins getting sold at incredibly cheap rates on Mt. Gox in an hour post the breach plunging the market from around $17.50 USD per Bitcoin to just $0.01 per Bitcoin.  In the meantime 400,000 other Bitcoins were reported missing.

The breach was traced to a Hong Kong IP, according to sources.  There is a chance that this could just be a hijacked server or a proxy server, which the hackers used to obfuscate their true location.

User reactions

Mt. Gox forums were abuzz with activity. Users criticized the admins saying that the site’s security practices needed an overhaul .  Writes one user “Man From The Future”: The fact that it uses MD5 is an issue.
It should definitely have been set up using SHA256/SHA512, and at least a per user salt(You haven’t clarified as to whether it’s the same for all, unless I’ve misread something). Or even double SHA512 two-unique-salts halved.

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Video game maker Sega the latest victim of data breach

June 22nd, 2011
SEGA

With every new data breach, hackers are proving their smartness and honing their hacking skills. The gaming world appears to be an lucrative area for them as the latest victim to have online identities and passwords stolen is Video game maker Sega. Sega produces games for a range of consoles, including the PlayStation 3, Nintendo DS, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Nintendo’s motion-control Wii.

Sega’s servers were accessed and information belonging to 1.3 million customers was stolen from Sega’s database. That  included names, email addresses, dates of birth and encrypted (not hashed or plain-text) passwords.

Surprisingly credit card numbers have not been affected. Sega Pass, Sega’s online system for giving newsletters, demos and other perks, had been closed for a complete investigation.

As per the latest update, 1,290,755 accounts have been compromised. Sega confirmed that no financial; data was stolen. Sega’s network is being currently strengthened and Lulz Security has taken the lead to find the perpetrators. They stated on Twitter that they would help “destroy” the responsible party because they love the Dreamcast.

What is puzzling is that the attack on Sega’s network took place after it confimed to have put new security measures following the data breach on Sony’s PlayStation Network

“We are deeply sorry for causing trouble to our customers. We want to work on strengthening security,” Sega spokeswoman Yoko Nagasawa told Reuters, adding it is unclear when the firm would restart Sega Pass.

According to BBC report, customers have been advised  to change their log-on details on other services and websites where they used the same credentials. In addition, Sega has reset all customer passwords.

Comparison with breach at Sony’s and Citigroup

Sega handled this situation better than Sony and Citigroup. It locked down the system and wasted no time in informing its customers. Sony informed almost after a week and Citigroup had the nerve to tell people that they didn’t disclose information because they didn’t want to shock customers !

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1) Financial data does not get affected and

2) Systems should be immediately closed down, customers should be informed on time and security ought to be strengthened

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London Health Programmes under fire for failing to report laptop loss

June 19th, 2011
Laptops

Laptop Loss is a Major Business Risk

In the last few posts we talked about data theft/illegal data accessing. This post talks about the physical theft i.e. stealing of laptops ! Laptop theft is a significant threat to computer users. Many tools such as laptop locks, alarms and visual deterrents such as stickers or labels have been developed to prevent laptop theft.  Victims of such a theft lose hardware, software and important data if they fail to back it up.

London Health Programmes, a medical research organisation based at the NHS North Central London health authority, has lost 20 laptops. This could be the biggest ever health care data breach suffered by the NHS.

Only 3 laptops have been recovered so far. One of the missing computers contained details of 8.63 million people and the NHS medical records of 18 million hospital visits, operations and procedures. The information included the postcode, age, ethnic origin of the respective patients, but not their names. This machine was, unfortunately, not encrypted. It was taken from a storeroom of NHS.

Any allegation that sensitive personal information has been compromised is concerning, and we will now make enquiries to establish the full facts of this alleged data breach,” the ICO said in a statement on Wednesday.

According to a spokeswoman for the ICO told ZDNet UK  “If the data has been breached, the implications could be serious, according to the ICO. “[The NHS] holds millions of [bits of] data on millions of people. They’re probably the body that hold the most sensitive data in the UK, they have millions and millions of records being accessed every day,”

NHS has suffered multiple breaches in the past few years. The Information Commissioner’s Office issued a public warning to the NHS in the year 2009 to beef up security.

What could be more disturbing is the fact that the laptops could have been encrypted all along. David Tomlinson, managing director of Taunton-based Data Encryption Systems, said the NHS has a licence to run McAfee software on all its computers, including the SafeBoot disk encryption product.

“If someone wasn’t encrypting their laptops, questions should be asked,” he said, “because they’ve paid for [the encryption].”

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and the police are investigating the theft.

Better late than never, the Department of Health issued a statement saying all NHS organisations should ensure laptops are encrypted.

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A spear phishing attack on IMF

June 15th, 2011
IMF Headquarters, Washington, DC.

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Hackers are not only getting into gaming sites; they are eyeing the monetary world as well. It is the International Monetary Fund (IMF) this time. This happened just after a day Citibank faced cyber attack and names, account numbers and email addresses of more than 200,000 North Americans Citibank account holders were compromised.

Before we move ahead and discuss the story in detail, let us try to understand the difference between phishing and spear phishing. While phishing floods millions of email inboxes and relies on mass attack, spear phishing is more about selectively targeting individuals who have been identified previously. That means spear phishing can potentially attack  a small bunch of people working in the same organization.

It appears that some foreign government was behind the data breach. According to IMF spokesman David Hawley the incident was under investigation and the fund was completely functional. Fox News reported that the IMF’s computers had been hacked into similar to the latest incident in November 2008 via malicious software.

The World Bank deactivated a cyberlink it has with the IMF as one of IMF’s desktop was compromised and large quantity of data was obtained. The hackers had deliberately infected a computer at the IMF with malware trained to steal information. This is a new kind of malware, one that gave hackers broad access toIMF’s systems – helping to gain ‘hot market’ information. Email warnings about “increased phishing activity”were received on June 1  and employees were warned against opening emails from unknown senders, access suspicious video links or click on attachments . IMF had sent an internal memo on June 8 about the actual cyber-attacks to its board members and employees.

Political foes, especially China, could be behind the attack as data related to monetary policies is of utmost value. The IMF studies the economic stability of its 187 members and analyzes each nation’s financial risk. It supervises the global financial system and recently played a major role in the economic bailout of Greece, Ireland and Portugal. This came as a rude shock when the country was just grappling with IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s sexual asasult scandal.

Unless the IMF reveals more information about what data was compromised and how it happened,  it is difficult to figure out who was behind the attack and the extent of the loss. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is in charge of this investigation.

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Codemasters ‘ attacked by hackers’

June 12th, 2011
Company logo, 1986 to 1991

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It is the era of hacking ! Before the Cyber-world recovers from the recent data attack on Sony and Citigroup, hackers have managed to access personal data of Codemasters ‘s users.

The story

The British games developer was attacked on June 3 and personal details like names, addresses and phone numbers of thousands of people were stolen. IP addresses, details of last site activity, order history, biographies, Xbox Live Gamer-tags of the Codemasters CodeM database and the DiRT 3 VIP code redemption page were also a part of the theft. Luckily payment details were not hacked into as those were processed by an external provider.

Codemasters.com and its associate web services have been taken off the web till the investigation is on. Users have been advised to log on to the company’s Facebook Page for more information. US and UK websites have also been redirected to the company’s Facebook page. A new Web site is in the pipeline.

According to BBC News, the company is still probing about possible suspects. The number of affected users is still not known. It could be anywhere from thousand to hundred thousand. The company said. “We assure you that we are doing everything within our legal means to track down the perpetrators and take action to the full extent of the law”

Data Security

Gamers have also been advised to change their passwords linked with Codemasters accounts. Codemasters spokesperson has further advised to refrain from opening any suspicious mail that might lead a user to an illegal website. Users need to be extra cautious of emails asking them to share their password or any other personal information

Users’ reactions

Leanne Lee from Eastbourne, Codemasters website user, blamed the company of being slow to report. She was shocked that she was told a week later after the breach occurred and that too via an impersonal email. According to Brad Langford of Manchester, Codemasters or any video game company for that matter does not really require sensitive information like birth place and birth dates.

Breaking news

‘Epic Games’ suffers cyber attacked  ! Stay tuned..

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Citigroup’s customer data compromised!

June 9th, 2011
Credit cards

Data Breach

It is unbelievable but remains a fact that a determined hacker can easily get into anyone’s computer and access confidential data. Even a big corporate giant, Citigroup, was not spared!

According to Citigroup, hackers have breached Citigroup’s network and accessed data of thousands of bank-card holders in the United States.

The incident was discovered last month during a daily ‘check-up’. 1% of the bank’s credit card accounts have been compromised. Customer names, account numbers, addresses, email addresses and a few other demographic fields were accessed. The hackers were not lucky enough to get info such as birth dates, card security codes, card expiration dates and social security numbers as they were stored at a different location.

The bank’s spokesperson confirmed that the bank is reaching out to affected customers and issuing them new credit cards. Strong security measures have been implemented to prevent such an incident from taking place again. Law-enforcement officials have been notified.

What is shocking is that Citigroup knew that their customers’ data was compromised back in early May. But the public is informed only now, one full month later. One Canadian found out about the problem after his ATM transaction was denied, rather than through official notification from his bank.

FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair said on Thursday that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp is in the process of implementing guidelines for banks and might ask some banks to increase their data security when a customer accesses his online accounts.

Data breaches are a fact of today’s cyber world but companies are obligated to inform their customers in time.

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