U.S. intelligence has linked the cyber attack on Sony to the North Korean government. The film portrays the fictional assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. It is believed that the hackers . . .
Anonymous also claims to have gleaned the company’s confidential client list containing sensitive information about high profile clients that just might include Apple, the U.S. Air Force and the Miami P.D.
Credit card bazaar: $3.50 for stolen credit cards sold online
This email message claims to be a traffic ticket from New York and it directs you to “click” the link to open your ticket, see your charges and find out how to pay the fine. At first glance it looks “legit.” It even has a return address @nyc.gov.
Beware of Moammar Gaddafi Links and Photos
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