The retailer's CIO says that the company exceeded security recommendations for handling card data.
This was no million dollar bug.
Did security companies publish too much, too soon on the Target breach?
The 23-year-old contends the program he helped develop has a defensive purpose as well
Underground forum postings indicate both may have used the same online nickname, according to IntelCrawler
IntelCrawler also identified a 17-year-old Russian who it says wrote the BlackPOS malware, a version of which was used against Target
Payment card numbers may have been compromised, but the retailer says Social Security numbers, birth dates and customer PINs appear to be safe.
The data was quietly moved around on Target's network before it was sent to a US server, then to Russia.
Bitly is working with Symantec to clean up malicious links, the result of API keys left visible on the Web
The company hopes to tap the security research community to find potential problems
The new versions of Chrome for Mobile will be available in the next few days
The listing were modified to redirect to what appear to be affiliate marketing websites
Those who stole the data appear to be keeping a low profile on underground forums
A change due to be pushed out on Sunday should fix syncing problems and issue with Dropbox's mobile applications
Cisco found hundreds of related suspicious domains that are probably used to push malware