Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Tax dollars funded filthy hacker

Once a scumbag, always a scumbag. And he's ugly,too.

Wired reports the Secret Service paid filthy scumbag black hat hacker Alberto Gonzales (there’s more than enough of untrustworthy fellows with that name in past ten years on the government payroll, don’t you think?) $75,000 a year to track down and rat online credit card scammers, while he was happily running several multi-million dollar online fraud schemes of his own. This sounds like standard operating procedures to me. Your tax dollars hard at work.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Steal this iCon!

Steal this iCon

The Big Money reports that a good many online frauds being committed today involve Apple products and services. OMG,OMG,OMG, whatever the fuck do you mean? Well, apart from the drool factor makes the hardware irrestible to thieves who buy the stuff in America with stolen credit cards then hawk it for mucho profit in places like Brazil, they also employ services like iTunes to check if a stolen credit card is dead as a mackeral or alive and kicking. Fascinating stuff. Check it out.