Posts Tagged ‘identity theft’

Security breach exposes iPad users

by Published: June 10,2010

Tags: cybercrime, identity theft, telecommunications

SAN FRANCISCO — AT&T Inc. yesterday acknowledged a security weak spot that exposed the e-mail addresses of apparently more than 100,000 users of Apple Inc.’s iPad, a breach that could make those people vulnerable to precision-targeted hacking attacks. The vulnerability only affected iPad users who signed up for AT&T’s “3G” wireless Internet service. It involved […] [...]

LifeLock to pay $12M to settle claims

NEW YORK — LifeLock Inc., an identity theft protection company that backed its guarantees by putting its CEO’s social security number on the side of its trucks will pay $12 million to settle claims it misrepresented its services, according to the Federal Trade Commission. The State of Mississippi is involved in the settlement. LifeLock will […] [...]

First Facebook scam reported

by Published: July 7,2009

Tags: identity theft, scam, social networking

JACKSON — Con-artists appear to be moving toward social networking sites to catch their prey, Attorney General Jim Hood is warning. At least one Mississippian has fallen victim. The scam is very similar to a scam commonly known as the Nigerian scam. In fact, Facebook refers to it as the “Nigerian 419,” or “419” for […] [...]

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