The Most Dangerous Town On The Internet – Tells the story of Hackerville, Romania

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The Most Dangerous Town On The Internet

Râmnicu Vâlcea, Romania has a special name: Hackerville.  While it only has a population of about 120,000 people, It is known as a world leading location of the top hackers around.  Just last year only, about one billion dollars (US) has been stolen in the U.S. by Romanian hackers. Some of the hackers have been caught breaching the email accounts of NASA, Hillary Clinton and George W. Bush.

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U.S. Government Agency Computers Hacked… Then Get Hacked Again!

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For 4,200,000 or possibly over 21,500,000 more current and past employees of the Unites States, this website hacking story brings really bad news.

It appears most, if not all, of the personal information of over 4.2 million federal employees were stolen via a new and unknown software hack. This new malware was placed onto the computer networks of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the federal government’s human resources department, whose records contain all the government employee records as ...

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Did the St. Louis Cardinals Hack the Houston Astros Computer System?

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Cyber hacking the ballgame.

It appears some possible hacking by someone in the St. Louis Cardinals baseball organization may have done a little hacking into the Houston Astros’ organization.  The FBI is investigating after evidence was found that the Cardinals’ front-office personnel may have hacked into the Astros’ databases and looked at scouting reports, stats and info about potential trades..

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Major Security Breach at IRS, Everyone’s Favorite Government Agency

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Amazingly, but maybe not surprisingly, the Internal Revenue Service computer systems were hacked and about 100,000 tax payer accounts were breached.

You would think that the agency taking a nice chunk of our earned income would be able to protect our information from security breach. Not so: It appears that even the IRS cannot prevent hackers from sneaking into their systems and yanking about 100,000 taxpayers’ information from their accounts.

The agency determined that the IRS hack started in ...

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