Suspected Chinese hackers steal online info of 35 million South Koreans

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Suspected Chinese hackers steal online info of 35 million South Koreans.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/07/GaMNT6.jpg[/newsimage]A new cyber attack aimed at South Korean social network aficionados was perpetrated this week, resulting in the theft of some 35 million users' personal info. It's possibly the largest hacker undertaking since the colossal PlayStation Network security breach in April which affected an estimated 77 million people around the world.


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“The most obvious danger is that users of the websites may be targeted by spam and phishing attacks through no fault of their own,” Cluley wrote. “Once again, a social network has done a poor job at protecting its users’ information, and it’s the public which has to carry the burden.”

Here’s a thought, stay off of Social Networking sites altogether. Idiots that post their Life History online are just asking for it.