* Posts by v0id

4 posts • joined 28 Mar 2008

Google outs source code for Android 2.2

v0id
FAIL

Moto Droid Owner

I've been running Froyo for 2 weeks now on my Droid. Just root the phone, download rom manager, and install bugless beast 0.2.1 Froyo. Process will take 15 minutes.

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EMC makes consumer storage box for China

v0id
Joke

Looks tough but...

I bet it won't survive a Chinese car crash.

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Hannaford cc data thieves planted malware on 300 servers

v0id
IT Angle

Definitely an inside job.

Iam currently contracted to do software development / testing for one of the largest convenience store chains in the world with 30,000+ stores worldwide. Every one of the servers runs the same card processing software and same credit card processor.

I estimate it would take about 6 hours to push out a small piece of software to EVERY store, capturing track 1/track 2 data as well as customer PIN information before it is encrypted. The customer card / PIN terminals send unencrypted information from the Point Of Sale (POS) terminal to the in-store server where it is then encrypted in a matter of milliseconds and sent over the network. It's very easy to capture the data before being encrypted, giving you full access to PIN and track1/track2 data. (With exception to transactions made at petrol pumping stations as they use hardware encryption before being sent to the server.)

We're talking at least 250,000 cards a day here with full track/PIN data. A $200 magnetic stripe reader/writer, some blank cards (usually about .50c apiece), and a few trips to the ATM ... Let's just say it would mean retirement before anyone figured out what was going on.

It, however, would not be possible to send that data to a source outside of the firewall as the routes to the card processing company, administrator access, and the frame relay network ISP are strictly controlled. This would have to be done internally through someone with access to the trusted network.

The most-likely suspect would be the person in charge of the firewall/routing as they would have access to every IP in the trusted network as well as the ability to route traffic outside the network. Or as in this case, an "unidentified offshore ISP".

It takes thousands of people and millions of dollars to design the system but only one determined person to take it all apart.

v0id

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DIY satellite TV installer shoots wife dead

v0id
Stop

For all of the UK people that say America is full of idiots...

#1 There are stupid people everywhere.

#2 You voted for Tony Blair.

#3 You agreed to give up your guns. (See #1)

#4 Gun crimes in the UK have almost doubled since 1997, when the ban on firearms began.

#5 You are now oblivious to the loss of your own personal freedoms and have no way to defend yourself against the tyrannical government in the UK.

Yes, George Bush made this guy shoot his wife through the wall. Just turn your head towards America and ignore the sharp pain in your arse.

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