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(Google)   FBI investigates alleged hacking and online theft at Citigroup. Spokesman for Citigroup flatly denies that any of the $24.37, two rubber bands and a bent paper clip has been stolen from Citi's coffers   (google.com) divider line 57
    More: Interesting, Citigroup, FBI, WSJ, National Security Agency, DHs  
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2009-12-22 04:10:11 PM
schattenteufel: What do you call someone who steals from thieves?

A government employee.
 
2009-12-22 05:01:30 PM
In other news, who knew there was a bank left in this country with any money left in it to steal?
 
2009-12-22 05:45:09 PM
you know, at this point a cyber attack on a bank worries me less then a piggy bank raid by a ceo these days
 
2009-12-22 05:50:01 PM
Prank Call of Cthulhu: They stole the bent paperclip??!?! Oh noes, now they won't be able to pop open stuck CD ROM drives and extract faulty Zip disks!!!

Damn you, hackers. Damn you all to Hell.


They're for cleaning the residue out of their crack pipes. That's why I have so many bent paperclips.

Except, well, my pipes aren't for crack, but it's the same idea.
 
2009-12-22 06:47:20 PM
I love it when there's "news" articles that present rumors in such a way to convince you it's true - with ZERO evidence.
 
2009-12-22 07:01:10 PM
fix the problem at its roots.

put your cash in a Federal Credit Union. get better interest rates AND send a much needed message to wall street banker crooks.


Link (new window)
 
2009-12-22 08:09:30 PM
Thenixon: Dr_Grinch: That article doesn't discuss the methods of network intrusion these guys use, but it's mostly modified SQL injection attacks to find weaknesses on the perimeter, and then a blend of tools and savvy to get further into the network.

Didn't most of them get caught (pops) though?


Yeah some of them did get nabbed, but there are others running similar operations. Also, FTA, the break-in occurred up to a year ago, which means they got away basically clean until someone finally noticed a breached box.
Could very well have been the RBS crew.
 
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