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Brians club gets hacked, Uses Brian Krebs and his name

Brian Krebs talks about a carding shop entitled Brians Shop. The people behind this shop pedle Brian’s name and his web site Krebs on Security with a copyright notice. I don’t believe I’ve ever heard of this before, but yet, this just seems wrong. “BriansClub” Hack Rescues 26M Stolen Cards is the article.

Between 2015 and 2019 according to the article, this web site sold 9.1 million credit cards earning the site 126 million bucks. This was all stolen credit card data.

If I were to do this, and do it successfully, I would not use likenesses of a company, I’d use my own company. I’m surprised that Brian Krebs didn’t go after these guys for copyright or something, since his blog, and anything written is copyrighted by the site. Flashpoint helped with analysis of the data, and there’s definitely more to this story. I’m sure that this will get interesting as time passes.


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