Home depot also hacked by Russian hackers

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KrebsonSecurity has some info There is no information on Home Depot website on the breach, although there are a lot of jobs open and unfilled from Aug 20, as well as some new ones in the security engineering positions. —————————————————————————– Update on this issue – Late night 9/3 http://news.yahoo.com/almost-u-home-depot-stores-may-hit-breach-214825497–sector.html yahoo story (from Reuters) it is […]

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Heap overflow attacks cause problems and then exploit system

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etutorials.org explains some Heap Overflow attacks   This is an important sentence and diagram( from the etutorials.org: “Where the details of stack overflow exploitation rely on the specifics of hardware architecture, heap overflows are reliant on the way certain operating systems and libraries manage heap memory. Here I restrict the discussion of heap overflows to […]

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JPMorgan Spent $250 mil dollars on security defense – still hacked.

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In JPMorgan’s shareholder letter states on page 22. Ja,oe Dimon is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer By the end of 2014, we will have spent more than $250 million annually with approximately 1,000 people focused on the effort. This effort will continue to grow exponentially over the years. In our existing environment and at our company, […]

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