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Red Cross Website Hacked, 4,297 SG Accounts Potentially Exposed

Red Cross Website Hacked, 4,297 SG Accounts Potentially Exposed

The Singapore Red Cross becomes the latest Singapore entity to have its website hacked, thus exposing potentially the data of about 4,297 potential Singaporean blood donors. The unauthorized access happened on May 8th, but the leak was only made public by the Singapore Red Cross (SRC) on 16 May.

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FAMOUS PAP SUPPORTER POSTS CHILD PORN ON FB, CRIES THAT HE WAS HACKED

PAP Member Lionel de Souza, who is serving under grassroots advisor Lee Hong Chuang in Hougang SMC allegedly posted child pornography on his facebook page, then claimed that his account was hacked by a woman whom he suspected of being a mole of SDP. Another PAP member Suhaimi Hafidz (who is serving in Aljunied) then asked for the woman's profile picture.

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TAN TOCK SENG HOSPITAL SACKS TRASH TALKING FILIPINO NURSE

We have dismissed Mr Ello Ed Mundsel Bello from our Hospital immediately for his offensive online comments made in 2014 while in our Hospital’s employment. These comments were highly irresponsible and offensive to Singapore and religion. They have distressed members of the public and our hospital staff. His conduct goes against our staff values of respect, professionalism and social responsibility.

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SCAM ALERT: HACKED FACEBOOK PROFILES ASK FRIENDS TO TRANSFER MONIES THROUGH INTERNET BANKING

Singapore Facebook user Sherry Ong received Facebook private messages from a personal friend who sought help to with cash flow problem with promise to return the funds at a later time. However, Sherry found the request suspicious and proceeded to ask a few questions to verify the authenticity of the person behind her friend's Facebook profile. She was right. It turned out that her friend's account was breached.

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WHISTLE BLOW: MAS AND BANKS COVER UP THE RECENT CREDIT CARD FRAUDULENT TRANSACTIONS

The Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) said, "Preliminary investigations indicate that there was no breach of any systems within the banks. All affected customers in Singapore will not be liable for these unauthorized transactions. Banks are working with the credit card associations to investigate these incidences." The real reason why the frauds took place was because ComGateway was hacked and hundreds of thousands of consumers' credit cards and cvc numbers were compromised. Yes, they were stolen because ComGateway, one of the major online concierge/forwarding provider, did not secure the information stored with them. In other words, consumers were open to fraudulent charges not only from Neweb but also any company which the crooks had connection to or sold the information to.

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