Archive for the ‘Identity Theft’ Category

Microsoft Attacks Google Privacy With `Gmail Man’

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Microsoft makes funny video spoofing Google’s GMAIL privacy with “GMAIL Man”. Quite funny.

Welcome To Police State America – No More Privacy

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Palm Scanners at Japanese ATMs (Automated Teller Machines)

Tuesday, April 10th, 2007

by Das Brain

Fujitsu Biometric Palm ScannerIt seems like the technologically advanced Japanese have moved passed the stone age technology of the 4 digit pin numbers for gettting cash from ATMs. Now when Japanese consumers want to withdrawal money all they have to do is show their palms or index fingers.

Spyware…..A Losing Battle – Ardamax Keylogger

Monday, March 19th, 2007

by Das Brain

This morning when I started up one of my stock / option trading system and ran Spybot Search and Destroy spyware detection software it detected a keylogger program called Ardamax keylogger.

I went to Google and did a search on Ardamax keylogger and got some information about it. Apparently it is a program that hackers / software hackers bundle with warez or websites and when you visit a website or install a warez program it places this Ardamax keylogger software somehow on your Windows based computer.

Big Brother Is Watching You – View Video Now!

Monday, February 5th, 2007

Watch this “Big Brother Big Business” documentary about your privacy. This video details how everything you do in your life is being recorded without your knowledge. How increasingly Goverment and Corporations are recording your every move and everything about you. The information is used to market to you and use against you in ways you have never thought about. Also the leak of your private information is increasingly being used by criminals for identity theft. Watch this “Big Brother Big Business” one hour long documentary now, it is a very interesting and will open your eyes. Click the play button.

Winners Clothing Store Computers Were Hacked

Friday, January 19th, 2007


Canadian Press

TORONTO — A computer security breach at the U.S. company that owns the Winners and HomeSense retail chains in Canada began last May, months before the company detected it in December and made the problem public earlier this week.

A spokeswoman for TJX Co. of Framingham, Mass., which owns Winners and HomeSense, said Friday the company remains restricted in what it can reveal because of ongoing criminal investigations but said there has been some confusion in media reports about how long ago customer information may have been compromised.

CIBC – Missing Hard Drive With Client Information

Friday, January 19th, 2007

This recent loss of data for 470,000 clients could lead to a lot of identities being stolen and used for opening up accounts by criminals. Corperations should be more careful, but they rarely are. CIBC is a repeat offender when it comes to exposing client personal data.

Info missing on 470,000 Talvest fund clients -CIBC

Updated: 3:22 p.m. ET Jan 18, 2007