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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordman View Post
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    the screenshot is of a chat room where this person is demonstrating showing "root" on various servers. It also proves nothing tbqh, i love how no one is asking why the police are in CAMOUFLAGE. military police much?????

    SWAT Teams dressed in camo has been sporadically present for many years and lately has become pretty standard at least throughout the US (I know other countries do it too but im not sure which ones right now). IMO It makes more sense too - even with an urban setting. Im actually pretty surprised anyone would be concerned about this given how long it has been around now

    its as if he lacked the attention span to read the rest of the thread where it was explained they were raiding a house with a literal assault weapon stock pile in it.

     
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    Thompson, who will have a bail hearing Thursday and faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 if convicted, "broke down and laid her head down on the defense table during the hearing" on Monday, according to Bloomberg.


    I thought it would be more in the 10-15 years range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simpdog View Post
    Thompson, who will have a bail hearing Thursday and faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 if convicted, "broke down and laid her head down on the defense table during the hearing" on Monday, according to Bloomberg.


    I thought it would be more in the 10-15 years range.

    pretty sure they arent done charging her, unless this is part of a plea.

    and it well could be.
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    I have to wonder if she would have got hit harder as a he?

    Do transgender people get lenient sentences?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simpdog View Post
    I have to wonder if she would have got hit harder as a he?

    Do transgender people get lenient sentences?

    im going to say no, because federal prosecutors tasked with protecting this nations financial infrastructure dont fuck around with sentiment and public opinion.

    but yeah 5 years is .. weird... and i guarantee cap1 blew through a quarter mil in the first 6 hours of their incident response so that number is also pretty fucking mysterious.
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    Not only 5 years, but 5 years MAXIMUM and $250k fine MAXIMUM.

    Which means he could be facing a lot less.

    Maybe some sort of deal where he gets a lighter sentence if he shows them how he did all of these breaches?

    Regarding the heavy-handed-looking raid of his place, that's nothing new. I had friends in the '80s who got busted for phone hacking -- pretty mundane stuff -- and they had the police showing up surrounding the place with large weapons drawn. These were nerdy teenagers who had no history nor intentions of violence.

    Still never understood why hacking arrests are often approached this way, but as I sad, this goes back decades.

    At least in this case they had info that the guy had powerful weapons on hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Regarding the heavy-handed-looking raid of his place, that's nothing new. I had friends in the '80s who got busted for phone hacking -- pretty mundane stuff -- and they had the police showing up surrounding the place with large weapons drawn. These were nerdy teenagers who had no history nor intentions of violence.

    Still never understood why hacking arrests are often approached this way, but as I sad, this goes back decades.

    At least in this case they had info that the guy had powerful weapons on hand.
    Do you have any other acquaintances who have history with that sort of thing more recently?

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    "Erratic also mentioned the British telecommunications company Vodafone, California IT company Infoblox, Ford, and Michigan State University."
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    Is it really hacking if Amazon left you the keys to the castle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abrown83 View Post
    Is it really hacking if Amazon left you the keys to the castle?

    once you exfiltrate a third partys data, yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonatine View Post
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    Is it really hacking if Amazon left you the keys to the castle?

    once you exfiltrate a third partys data, yes.
    That's a pretty big word for such a little man

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post


    Would LLL hit it? That fucker needs to crawl out and give us a life update.
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    all cap1 pins have been leaked on pastebin.
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    From Capital One:

    Information on the Capital One Cyber Incident
    Updated 9:30 PM ET, Fri Aug 2, 2019

    What happened

    On July 19, 2019, we determined that an outside individual gained unauthorized access and obtained certain types of personal information about Capital One credit card customers and individuals who had applied for our credit card products.

    What we've done

    Capital One immediately fixed the issue and promptly began working with federal law enforcement. The person responsible was arrested. Based on our analysis to date, we believe it is unlikely that the information was used for fraud or disseminated by this individual. However, we will continue to investigate.


    "While I am grateful that the perpetrator has been caught, I am deeply sorry for what has happened," said Richard D. Fairbank, Chairman and CEO. "I sincerely apologize for the understandable worry this incident must be causing those affected and I am committed to making it right."

    Safeguarding information is essential to our mission and our role as a financial institution. We have invested heavily in cybersecurity and will continue to do so. We will incorporate the learnings from this incident to further strengthen our cyber defenses.

    What's the impact

    Based on our analysis to date, this event affected approximately 100 million individuals in the United States and approximately 6 million in Canada.

    Importantly, no credit card account numbers or log-in credentials were compromised and less than one percent of Social Security numbers were compromised. Based on our analysis to date, we believe it is unlikely that the information was used for fraud or disseminated by this individual.

    The largest category of information accessed was information on consumers and small businesses as of the time they applied for one of our credit card products from 2005 through early 2019. This information included personal information Capital One routinely collects at the time it receives credit card applications, including names, addresses, zip codes/postal codes, phone numbers, email addresses, dates of birth, and self-reported income.

    Beyond the credit card application data, the individual obtained portions of credit card customer data, including:

    Customer status data, e.g., credit scores, credit limits, balances, payment history, contact information
    Fragments of transaction data from a total of 23 days during 2016, 2017 and 2018
    This information has been shared on Capital One’s website, servicing portal, press release and 8K filing.

    We will directly notify these customers through the mail.

    For our Canadian credit card customers, approximately 1 million Social Insurance Numbers were compromised in this incident. We will directly notify all Canadian customers affected.

    For our Canadian credit card customers, please visit our website at www.capitalone.ca/facts2019.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwai View Post
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    she's pasting the output of "ls -al" into a slack room, its just her dump folder. nothing to do with root or various or servers, but those are certainly all words so you get a cookie.
    don't be a fag, don't post pictures if you can't back it up with facts.

    it doesn't back up any "assertion" that "s"he had "compromised several other businesses like at least"

    https://www.zdnet.com/article/capita...t-docs-reveal/

    "Capital One hacker took data from more than 30 companies, new court docs reveal"

    are you starting to piece together what i do for a living?
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