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  • After Gonzalez Plea, Feds Say BJ’s, OfficeMax Had More Critical Role

    Posted on September 13th, 2009 admin 1 comment

    When Albert Gonzalez officially pleaded guilty to many of the federal cyberthief charges against him on Friday (Sept. 11), the government shed a little more light on the case, such as that it was BJ’s Wholesale Club that was first attacked and that the Secret Service has collected “more than forty million distinct credit and debit card numbers from two computer servers” controlled by Gonzalez and his associates and has counted the consumer, retail and bank victims as “an enormous number of people, certainly millions upon millions, perhaps tens of millions.”In Friday’s hearing, the government for the first time put a number next to the DSW breach, saying that the $1.5 billion apparel chain operating 300 stores in 37 states (in addition to supplying footwear to 367 leased locations) lost more than one million card numbers in the breach.

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