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Hacked small-businesses often have no place to turn

Participant hold their laptops in front of an illuminated wall at the annual Chaos Computer Club (CCC) computer hackers' congress, called 29C3, on December 28, 2012 in Hamburg, Germany. It was March 2010, the height of the financial crisis, and the housing market was in the dumps. Michelle Marsico, who owns Village View Escrow south of Los Angeles, was having a slow day. So slow, in fact, that she didn’t bother logging on to check her bank account, because she didn’t have any deposits coming in or any money going out. Two days later, when she did log on, she saw $465,000 was missing from her firm’s bank account. She found out later, she was

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18 Oct
Microsoft MMPC @msftmmpc
RT @briankrebs: Was interviewed on PRI's Marketplace this evening about account takeovers vs. small businesses http://t.co/mA5J295IBm
17 Oct
briankrebs @briankrebs
Was interviewed on PRI's Marketplace this evening about account takeovers vs. small businesses http://t.co/mA5J295IBm