Cyber Crimes Not Yet Solved
Probably you all don’t even know these crimes happened. Still, they are all time mystery and go in history of Cyber Crimes with accolades.
February 2008- Supermarket Security Breach: At least 1,800 credit and debit card numbers were stolen at supermarket chain throughout the Northeast and Florida.
March 2006- MBA App Hack: A hacker broke into the automated Apply Yourself application system, then posted information on how applicants could track their status at some of the nation’s top business schools.
October 2003 - Kucinich on CBSNews.com: An over zealous Dennis Kucinich supporter hacked into CBSNews.com and replaced the homepage with the Kucinich’s logo. The page automatically redirected to a 30-minute Kucinich campaign video.
October 2001- Anti-DRM Hack: A hacker known as Beale Screamer created a program to allow Windows Media users to eliminate digital-rights-management security from its music and videos.
December 2000- Stolen Military Source Code: A hacker broke into a government contracted software company and stole the code that controls both missile and satellite guidance. Officials traced the intruder to Germany before their trail ran cold.
January 2000 - CD Universe Credit Card Breach: Hacker Maxim sole credit card information off CDUniverse.com, then demanded money from the website in exchange for destroying the data.
May 2008- Comcast Redirect: A hacker group gained access to Comcast’s registrar, then managed to redirect those attempting to access webmail to the hackers’ own page.
February 1999 - Hack of Ministry of Defense Satellite: Hackers infiltrated the MoD Skynet military satellite, signaling a security intrusion. The hackers also managed to reprogram the control system.
October 1989 - The WANK Worm: WANK (Worms Against Nuclear Killers) hit NASA offices, displaying a protest banner to stop the launch of the Galileo probe. Authorities believe the attack originated in Australia, although no one knows for sure.