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Releasing the personal details of a company's customers including phone numbers, email addresses and passwords is harmful, there is no way that is good for any company. These incidents can only harm the companies involved. If people are worried that their personal details will not be safe with a certain company then they will not deal with them, that means lost revenue for that company. The only possible benefit from all of this is that everyone ups their security and all data becomes more secure, that will take a while to happen though, in my opinion.
A company has rights and responsibilities. Its' right is to make profit, but it also has responsibility to protect its' customers. If it cannot do the latter, then that company doesn't deserve the former.
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post #282 of 708
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Incorrect, they hacked into the NHS and patched up their security along with telling them about the flaws, I read they did the same with Nintendo. How is that not helpful?
They patched up NHS security? I thought they only showed that it was flawed. Some how I don't think they would have taken the time to drop into the office and show them how to set it up right.
    
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Sorry but if you can't even encrypt the database and try to use at least basic network security protocols then you shouldn't be allowed to store that information in the first place. Visa/MC/AMEX has rules requiring you to secure the credit card data if you're storing it on your server. I say these companies' ability to process transactions online and merchant status should be revoked.
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Sorry but if you can't even encrypt the database and try to use at least basic network security protocols then you shouldn't be allowed to store that information in the first place. Visa/MC/AMEX has rules requiring you to secure the credit card data if you're storing it on your server. I say these companies' ability to process transactions online and merchant status should be revoked.
Now you're being too specific. Prepare to get flamed by that known company's fans.
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They patched up NHS security? I thought they only showed that it was flawed. Some how I don't think they would have taken the time to drop into the office and show them how to set it up right.
This reports that LulzSec have disclosed intentions to help the NHS, I did read yesterday that they had actually taken some action to the benefit of the NHS' security, I can't find it at the moment.
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This reports that LulzSec have disclosed intentions to help the NHS, I did read yesterday that they had actually taken some action to the benefit of the NHS' security, I can't find it at the moment.
The only reason why they're helping the NHS is because they "like" the NHS. I'm glad to know our information is safe as long as LulzSec likes the people you're information is with. Heaven forbid you're doing business with a company that just happens to piss off one of these LulzSec'ers. Like all the folks who have accounts with Bethesda or play Brink.

These guys are not helping in any way. If they want to help, they should simply inform these companies of the faults and not release customer information or crash their networks. Almost any network can be cracked. You guys are making it seem like anyone can break into these networks. Any network can be compromised by someone who is dedicated and skilled enough. These kids have nothing better to do than to sit around, drink redbull and crack codes all day. I wish the US WOULD send some kind of military team to these people's houses, cut all their network connections, smash their computers and put these delinquents in JAIL where they belong.

Again, no one elected an Internet Enforcement Team of rag tag volunteers to wrangle up these out of control business. If you're likening these guys to some kind of heroes, you need to seriously grow up and think about the ramifications that their actions will lead to.
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The only reason why they're helping the NHS is because they "like" the NHS. I'm glad to know our information is safe as long as LulzSec likes the people you're information is with. Heaven forbid you're doing business with a company that just happens to piss off one of these LulzSec'ers. Like all the folks who have accounts with Bethesda or play Brink.

These guys are not helping in any way. If they want to help, they should simply inform these companies of the faults and not release customer information or crash their networks. Almost any network can be cracked. You guys are making it seem like anyone can break into these networks. Any network can be compromised by someone who is dedicated and skilled enough. These kids have nothing better to do than to sit around, drink redbull and crack codes all day. I wish the US WOULD send some kind of military team to these people's houses, cut all their network connections, smash their computers and put these delinquents in JAIL where they belong.

Again, no one elected an Internet Enforcement Team of rag tag volunteers to wrangle up these out of control business. If you're likening these guys to some kind of heroes, you need to seriously grow up and think about the ramifications that their actions will lead to.



Yes because with the unemployment rate of +15% we need to waste resources on finding some "kids" (highly doubtful) because they are making companies realize that they have lax security.

What's funny is companies pay millions/billions for network security each year, these guys are doing it free of cost. Now mind you they don't have the most orthodox way of going about doing it but these companies should thank them.

Also, I have a huge suspicion that these guys also are government operatives. It's too much of a coincidence that all this stuff is happening when congress is trying to pass internet regulation bills.

Also, for those of you who call for violence on these people because "they deserve it" and have the nerve to talk about a moral compass, take a good look in the mirror before passing judgement so quickly. As your turn for judgement will come one day and you will regret those that you cast away without fair judgement.
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Does that make you a punk too? I mean, you're not exactly helping out with the world's debt.

no, I'm not a punk, because I'm not screwing around with other people in anyway. I just mind my own business (99% of the time) I dont screw with people and it would be nice if they didn't screw with me.

But that has already happened
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Yes because with the unemployment rate of +15% we need to waste resources on finding some "kids" (highly doubtful) because they are making companies realize that they have lax security.

What's funny is companies pay millions/billions for network security each year, these guys are doing it free of cost. Now mind you they don't have the most orthodox way of going about doing it but these companies should thank them.

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So first we don't need to waste resources finding them but then they're going to lead to internet regulation? That sounds like a helluva good reason to find them. If you think the effect these guys might have is anything but serious you are sorely mistaken or simply unwilling to open your eyes. They aren't out there to help companies with their security.
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So first we don't need to waste resources finding them but then they're going to lead to internet regulation? That sounds like a helluva good reason to find them. If you think the effect these guys might have is anything but serious you are sorely mistaken or simply unwilling to open your eyes. They aren't out there to help companies with their security.
Nor are they out there committing "acts of war."

But the uneducated public will see these hacks and be like OMG!!! TEH HAXXORZ KILL THEM ALL!!!! I NEEDZ TO BE SAFES ON MY INTERNETS FROM TEH HAXXORZ PLZ GOVMENT SAVES ME FROM TEH EVIL HAXXORZ!

Just like the patriot act after 9/11. Everyone was sooo scared of "terrorism" that they gave away their liberties for a false sense of security.

What's even more interesting is you're more likely to be struck by lightning TWICE, before getting killed by a terrorist. But yet that doesn't stop the endless/worthless/expensive/no goals wars from continuing and expanding.

There will be an internet false flag attack that will trigger a 9/11 type event for the internet and then give legislators the sway they need to pass these draconian internet regulation bills.
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