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(Ars Technica)   Turns out Target and Neiman Marcus weren't the only retailers who gave up your financial information to hackers. They were just the only two that thought enough to tell you   (arstechnica.com) divider line 10
    More: Followup, Neiman Marcus, Target, hacking tool, plain text  
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2014-01-14 01:15:10 PM  
4 votes:
Jokes on you, hackers! I have no money for you to steal! In your FACE!
2014-01-14 02:05:43 PM  
3 votes:
I only shop at stores that enter each transaction into a giant ledger with a quill pen. I should be OK.
2014-01-14 01:54:57 PM  
3 votes:

DarkSoulNoHope: Phony_Soldier: I just got off the phone with Wellsfargo. I've got fraudulent charges. One of them is for Christian Mingle via Paypal or some shiat:

WTF is this:

CHKCARDPAYPAL *CHRSTIANMGL 4029357733 UT

Apparently some Christian decided the Jesusy thing to do was to steal someone's credit card information in order to find the love of his fraudster life.


Or god hates me and is trying to hook me up with ANOTHER fat chick.
2014-01-14 01:41:25 PM  
3 votes:
I only pay for things in gold press latinum. It's heavier to carry around but I don't have to worry about this sort of thing.
2014-01-14 01:50:35 PM  
2 votes:

Three Crooked Squirrels: I got an e-mail from Target saying that I might me one of the many that had their info stolen.  They are offering a year of free credit monitoring through Experian.  So I went and signed up for the coverage.  But now I have the sinking feeling that the e-mail I received was some kind of scam and I've just been duped into a whole new fraud.


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/sorry I couldn't resist
//going to hell
///slashies!
2014-01-14 01:40:02 PM  
2 votes:
I got an e-mail from Target saying that I might me one of the many that had their info stolen.  They are offering a year of free credit monitoring through Experian.  So I went and signed up for the coverage.  But now I have the sinking feeling that the e-mail I received was some kind of scam and I've just been duped into a whole new fraud.
2014-01-14 03:49:47 PM  
1 votes:

MutantMotherMouse: Phony_Soldier: DarkSoulNoHope: Phony_Soldier: I just got off the phone with Wellsfargo. I've got fraudulent charges. One of them is for Christian Mingle via Paypal or some shiat:

WTF is this:

CHKCARDPAYPAL *CHRSTIANMGL 4029357733 UT

Apparently some Christian decided the Jesusy thing to do was to steal someone's credit card information in order to find the love of his fraudster life.

Or god hates me and is trying to hook me up with ANOTHER fat chick.

Hey! Fat chicks need love too!

/fat chick
//and old

probably set up an account to scam even more people

/fat chicks are gullible


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2014-01-14 03:05:13 PM  
1 votes:
I had mine compromised at some titty bar. I got a free year of pubic lice treatment.
2014-01-14 02:00:04 PM  
1 votes:
Uplink was a fun game.
2014-01-14 01:55:31 PM  
1 votes:
The federal government spends a lot of money to physically MAKE money.
We might as well go back to using it more often, in my opinion.

Cash for groceries, cash for gasoline, cash for purchases under $500 (or whatever you feel safe carrying from the bank teller to the point of sale), cash in restaurants.

Somebody makes money off of cashless transactions. My bet is that if consumers rebelled and suddenly started using more cash, security measures would improve.
 
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