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Man, it really is "damned if you do, damned if you don't" around here. Someone else would have complained if they had, labeling it a Slashverstisement.
Oh I just checked. They did provide the link. It's a tricky one though. The link to the company, XYZprinting, is hard to find. Check back in the summary and look for the underlined word "XYZprinting". Click that and you should go to the company website. I know, its weird, but there you have it.
A 'more polite society' indeed.
Writing on Friday, Brian Krebs said that millions of the stolen cards are "flooding" underground carder web sites. Working with a source at a small New England bank, Krebs was able to identify hundreds of stolen credit card accounts being offered for sale from that bank alone on a carder site, rescator(dot)la.(http://rescator.la) The cards were being uploaded daily in batches of 100,000 or more, branded as the "Tortuga base."
A "point of purchase" analysis on 20 of stolen accounts belonging to the bank and purchased from four of the "Tortuga" dumps confirmed Target as a common reference point for the cards. Even worse: “Some of these already have confirmed fraud on them, and a few of them were actually just issued recently and have only been used at Target,” Krebs source at the bank informed him. A number of the cards were flagged for fraud after they were used to make unauthorized purchases at big box retailers, including Target, itself, he said.
After reports by Krebs about a major theft of credit cards, Target acknowledged the breach on Thursday, admitting that data on up to 40 million consumers may have been taken. (https://securityledger.com/2013/12/target-confirms-massive-breach-40-million-credit-cards-affected/)"
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Uh huh... and how about the people who went during the other 18 days in the attack window? I've never shopped Black Friday (and sure as shit not Thanksgiving) but I'm one of the above.
From the first line of the article:
Target Corp said hackers might have stolen data from some 40 million credit and debit cards of shoppers who visited its stores during the first three weeks of the holiday season...
WRT to the women in leadership roles: I don't have it in front me, but I seem to recall several mayors/governors of Terminus and other planets (the one that was formerly named after Elijah Bailey?).
Not to say I disagree with your point, but... dude, the Daily Mail is not a source. Wikipedia would be better. Hell, Cracked would be better. It weakens your argument to link to it.
What continuously baffles me is that they haven't managed to screw up VirtualBox yet (that I know of, I could be misinformed). Is the project just below the radar?
There simply aren't enough mod points.
I just imagined installing Server 2003 on an i386 and had an aneurpiuhheahlkaeg
No, what we need is for Nvidia to buy Via which would give Nvidia an in for x86 processors as well as many other similar markets.
Also, Nvidiavia. Awesome name.
I see plenty of credit card machines at stores which support NFC payment. Sure, you probably won't see it in Kansas, but in my neighborhood in San Diego, California its not uncommon at all.
Software defined radio basically shifts the processing from hardware to software.
So what you're saying is that we need hardware accelerated software defined radios?