Submitted by Ryan Barnett 04/05/2010
The Web Hacking Incidents Database, or WHID for short, is a Web Application Security Consortium project dedicated to maintaining a list of web applications related security incidents. WHID goal is to serve as a tool for raising awareness of the web application security problem and provide information for statistical analysis of web applications security incidents.
The following incidents where added to WHID last week:
WHID 2010-46: Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb has online account hijacked through Xbox.com as part of underground group's publicity bid.
WHID 2010-47: Court papers: JC Penney was hacking victim
WHID 2010-48: Hackers brute force their way into galeton.com website containing names, credit card numbers
WHID 2010-49: Hackers pluck 8,300 customer logins from bank server
WHID 2010-50: Shared-password vulnerability may have exposed personal information in online account management system
WHID 2010-51: Woman worms into D.C. taxpayer accounts
WHID 2010-52: 3000 Small Dog Electronics customers' credit card details compromised
WHID 2010-53: Google says Vietnam political blogs hacked
WHID 2010-54: MyPilotStore.com hack results in false charges on customers’ cards
WHID 2010-55: Drudge Report accused of serving malware, again
WHID 2010-56: Facebook Flub Leaks Private E-Mail Addresses
WHID 2010-57: Web security under attack from ads in prominent advertising programs
WHID 2010-58: China journalist club shuts website after attack