Update: Starbucks has indicated the outage is due to a “typical daily menu refresh on the system” and “not a hack” It is being reported that Starbucks point-of-sale system is currently down across both the U.S. and Canada. The cause of the disruption has not yet been explained by Starbucks
I was on Bloomberg a few weeks ago discussing the Sony breach, where I mention my views on why I don’t think North Korea is involved.
Years ago I became deeply interested in trojans that were deployed to USB devices. At the time there were a number of vulnerabilities such as autorun and other functions aimed at making device use more ubiquitous that made this particular attack vector easy. I spent a lot of time working
This content was originally posted on Pastebin here http://pastebin.com/655ba54R, it has been reportedly deleted once or twice, so am reposting here just in case it is deleted. I am not the original author. (full plain text here After joining lizardsquads IRC network (hosted by OVH) I noticed a flaw. Even though
Recently, we have seen increasingly sophisticated criminal syndicates targeting retailers. These groups have successfully compromised networks, exploited point-of-sale systems and exfiltrated massive amounts of credit card data from well-known retailers, including Target and more recently Home Depot, amongst many others. One of the key weapons in these criminal groups’ arsenal