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happened on Wednesday, has been noticed by
independent security analyst Randy Abrams.
‘Security Through Absurdity‘- “I’m really
not trying to kick Equifax while they are
down. There are already 150 million other
people doing that. I just sort of tripped over
them…I like Equifax more than Experian.
Experian had falsified personal information
in my file.
again, as per reports...
attackers who eventually made off with
social security numbers, names, and a
dizzying amount of other details for some
145.5 million US consumers.
2.Adobe Flash updates, which when clicked,
infected visitors' computers with adware
that was detected by only three of 65
link and was redirected to a malicious URL.
The URL brought up one of the ubiquitous
fake Flash Player Update screens."
thing or two about drive-by campaigns,
Abrams figured the chances were slim he'd
see the download on follow-on visits.
amazement, he encountered the bogus Flash
download links on at least three subsequent
3.Ars Technica also hints at the possibility
of the hackers having "shut down for the
night" and likely to return at will.
by hackers, it’s just adding insult to
injury for the thoroughly embarrassed
The first breach, announced Sept. 7,
allowed hackers to get away with
personal information, including social
security numbers, of 145.5 million
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