. A #TOR #Darkweb hidden marketplace is selling stolen #creditcards #Moneygram #WesternUnion & #Paypal balances
5 #Visa/#Mastercard CCs for $499. A $7,599 @WesternUnion money transfer for $499. #Fraud #Theft #Security #Cyber #Infosec
. @cibc @CIBC_FCIB credit cards being sold on the #TOR #darknet
5CCs with $3,200 limit for $650 #Crime #Theft #Security #Cyber #CyberSecurity #Fraud #CreditCard #Bank #VISA
American federal authorities have charged a Chinese developer (believed to be an ex-IBM employee) with stealing source code from big blue. The defendant, Xu Jianqiang was arrested by the FBI in December and since they have raised the indictment to 6 charges (from the original one): 3 x economic espionage and 3 x theft of trade secrets.
The prosecutor claims the source code was stolen to benefit Chinese authorities and are "a product of decades of work". He was caught while trying to sell his stollen assets to 2 undercover law enforcement agents. The american claim is that he also intended to sell it to the National Health and Planning Commission of the People's Republic of China.
If he is found guilty of all charges, he could end up in prison for 75 years.
As you spend on CyberMonday and beyond, what happens when a retailer swipes your credit card? Brian Krebs, a trusted security researcher, provides his colorful insight about the subject.
The 2 line summary is that there are multiple failures in the chain that could lead to your financial data being compromised