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7 Non-Computer Hacks That Should Never Happen
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Big Ralfie
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Big Ralfie,
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12/1/2018 | 2:36:24 PM
Piss-Poor Printouts
Worse yet, when I try to print the article, no matter which page I try to print, all I get is page one. Why are your web designers so lazy?
wperry31
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wperry31,
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12/1/2018 | 10:45:11 AM
How about giving us the opportunity to print out the entire article/
When we go through the selection process to view a report - it would be helpful if we could print out the ENTIIRE article rather than one page at a time.  That's a pain.

 

Thanks,

 

 

Bill
jswalsh2000
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jswalsh2000,
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11/12/2018 | 5:24:04 PM
Target breach via HVAC devices?
The information I've read about the Target breach was a Target provided vendor web portal was breached. 

The HVAC service provider's staff had been victims of a phishing attack which allowed for the credentials to be stolen. From there the attackers accessed Target's web portal and hacked into the webserver from there they elevated privileges and started to map Target's north American network which include eftpos endpoints where credit/debit card information was collected. The only reference to HVAC was it happened to be an HVAC company engaged to service HVAC systems for stores in a region.

If the assessment of this breach has changed or been updated, can you please provide urls which descibe Target's HVAC device compromise so I can update my understanding of the breach.

Thanks


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