Capital One Data Stolen from 100 Million – LIVE COVERAGE

Capital One Data Stolen from 100 Million – LIVE COVERAGE



the data of over 100 million customers has been stolen from Capital One this just being revealed today by federal authorities and also by the company a huge data breach and I gotta say this even if with just a run-of-the-mill high guess you could say data breach this would be an interesting story but it's a really interesting story also for a number of reasons there's a there's a suspect who has been caught it is a person who reportedly worked for Amazon Web Services as some at some point and it's a person who had worked in cloud computing and this person was telling people on showing evidence online that they had done this so other people saw this online when the person talked about stealing this data online according to the authorities and the company only found out about this data breach 13 days ago so the cub the authorities didn't find out till the company found out but the company only found out 13 days ago and already there's been a person arrested and charged with Computer Fraud so it's a very interesting story so we wanted to give you updates here and let you know about the details on this story but it's a very very interesting story for a number of reasons so we're gonna be covering it here and we're gonna be taking your comments in questions on the air so if you have comments questions updates you can give me a shout on twitter at looking or on Twitter's where to reach me at looking or on Twitter and thank you to our moderators we have Barbara Smith moderating in our YouTube chat right now thank you Barbara and also our periscope and Facebook and Twitter moderators we have them there so thank you to all of our favorite periscope Facebook and Twitter waiters and yeah let's just get into this story here but it's a it's kinda fun it's just it's very interesting for a number of reasons so let me just run down the basics here we're gonna we're going to talk about more the detail in a moment I'm gonna go through we have the criminal complaint but the basics are that you can see here here's the headline from The Wall Street Journal Capital One reports data breach affecting a hundred million customers and applicants alleged hacker a former employee of Amazon Web Services arrested by federal agents in Seattle now the company says the company says most of the data the company says most of the data stolen was stolen from credit card account applications that's what the company said they said most of the data stolen was from credit card account applications I guess they store the application somewhere and you know that data includes person encrypted personal data such as names and contact information email addresses ah you know that kind of stuff but it also cludes out like credit scores financial information but among the information stolen let's see if I have I can get that let me get the numbers here among the info stolen was a hundred and forty thousand Social Security numbers and eighty thousand bank account numbers of ours so so a hundred forty thousand Social Security numbers from their credit card numbers were from credit card customers were stolen in eighty thousand linked bank account numbers linked bank account numbers from secured credit card no customers were stolen so some very sensitive sensitive information here now the company says the company says they don't believe that the info has been used maliciously at this point where does it say it right here this is where the company statement is it says based on our analysis to date we believe it is unlikely that the information was used for fraud or disseminated by this one individual who stole it however we will continue to investigate so they think they think it hasn't been disseminated by this one person but hey huh oh I have just let me just do something real quick sorry I have to rearrange my desktop for a second that's what they believe so all right so so we're gonna get into the details of this it's it's it's like two stories in one there's the story about the data breach and then there's a story about the arrest and the person arrested is named Paige Thompson 33 years old and according to this is the Twitter account of Paige Thompson this Twitter account is mentioned in the federal criminal complaint which we have that is that's that's Paige Thompson's Twitter account right here you can see it says erratic so that's the Twitter account of the person charged with computer fraud one person is allegedly the one who made this data breach and again the company didn't even find out about this until July 17th and and and law enforcement wouldn't have found out till after that now we have somebody already arrested for this so that's pretty usually when you hear about a big big data breach they don't have somebody in custody especially so fast and this is a single person in custody now okay let's how should we approach this I know what I'm gonna do I think the first thing I'm gonna do is look there's a let's just read this short article I have I want to show you the court document the criminal complaint and I want to show you the company statement but this is a this is a short article that will just give a summary of what's going on and then we'll get into some of the details I think it's probably best to get an overview of this we're gonna take some comments from you on the right to me with your comments at look neuron Twitter okay so actually let me let me do let's do this okay let's okay let the story it's not long and then I want to show you the company statement so Capital One the fifth biggest US credit card issuer said a hacker accessed the personal info of approximately a hundred and six million card customers and applicants one of the largest ever data breaches of major bank page Thompson 33 years old and this is her Twitter account that's page Thompson's Twitter account according to the government page Thompson was arrested in connection with the hack by federal agents in Seattle so she was arrested today she's accused of breaking through Capital One's she's accused of breaking through a Capital One firewall to access customer data that the bank had stored on amazon.com inks cloud service according to a criminal complaint and people familiar with the matter so The Wall Street Journal says she stole the data that the company stored on the cloud on Amazon kadam's cloud service and she used to work for Amazon Web Services miss miss Thompson is a former employee Amazon Web Services the bulk of the exposed data according to the company includes information submitted by customers and small businesses that applied for Capital One credit cards between 2005 and early 2019 including addresses dates of birth and self-reported info income will talk about what the company says the data involved with the data involved is to it shortly but again most of it they data come from data stored in credit card applications miss Thompson the suspect is a former employee of Amazon Web Services according to people familiar with the matter let's see she worked as a systems engineer for a cloud computing company presumably an Amazon Web Services from 2015 to 2016 and as I mentioned I'd say maybe the most sensitive data taken is this a hundred and forty thousand social security numbers of credit card customers and eighty thousand linked bank account numbers of credit of secured credit card numbers so that was taken now in the article it says who hang on okay the Capital One breach could prove to be damaging if criminals use the stolen information to apply for credit in the names of the most worthy of the most credit worthy or affluent people okay as I mentioned the bank says it's unlikely that the stolen information was disseminated or used for fraud but the criminal complaint says miss Thompson the alleged stealer of the information intended for the data to be distributed online now this is really interesting the bank says its investigation continues in the incident is expected to cost approximately a hundred million to a hundred fifty million that's what it'll cost the bank miss Thompson is charged with one count of computer fraud and abuse she allegedly accessed the bank's data through a misconfigured firewall all right these articles almost over I'm just reading this article just to give you summary but we're gonna get into the specifics I want to show you the criminal complaint some stuff from the actual criminal complaint and also from the company under the username erratic miss Thompson the suspect boasted online about her alleged theft of the data which allowed law enforcement to quickly identify her according to prosecutors she boasted about an online the breach occurred in late March the bank said this month an ethical hacker a person who want who hacks into a network – tested security emailed Capital One about the leak of data and the bank alerted law enforcement just 11 days ago so it did not take them that long to find her okay all right so that's that article but I want to get into some of the specifics here if you have comments a few questions we're talking about Capital One data being stalled mostly from credit card applications of about a hundred and six million customers by a single person according to authorities who used to work for Amazon Web Services according to a Wall Street Journal Eric says does the data breach include personal 360 banking accounts or just credit card accounts of Capital One's I I'm gonna check the Capital One statement but I I don't think in the statement it says all of it doesn't say it says moat the primary data was primarily taken from credit card applications but I don't think it lists all the data taken so I can't really answer your question I'm gonna look at us a second in the statement from the company to confirm that but but let me know let me do that right now actually so here's what I'm not gonna read every single thing from this but here's what the company says Capital One announces data secure data security incident they don't call it a theft they call it data security incident they announced on July 19th it determined when they were when they were emailed by an outside person when they were emailed the tip about this they determined on July 19th and outside version had gained unauthorized access to certain kinds of information relating to people all right so it's credit card customers this says that the data stolen relates to people who had applied for credit card products into credit card customers so it looks like if the data is all credit card applicants and credit card customers data they say they immediately fix the configuration vulnerability and they promptly begin working with law enforcement the person is in custody based on our analysis to date we believe it was it is unlikely the information was used for fraud or disseminated by this individual however we will continue to investigate based on our analysis the company says this event affected approximately a hundred million individuals in the United States a hundred million people in the United States and approximately six million in Canada the population of the u.s. is like 300 million isn't it um so uh what is the u.s. population 300 million so that's a lot of people now maybe there's some duplicates in there but yeah 397 million that's oh that's a lot of people okay what else does the company say they say importantly no credit-card account numbers or login credentials were compromised and over 99% of social security numbers were not compromised see I think that's all they say over 99% of social security numbers were not compromised the problem is when you're talking about a hundred million people 1% of a hundred million is a million so look so so you know granted it's less than 1% of social security numbers were compromised but still a hundred and forty thousand social security numbers were taken and about 80 thousand linked bank account numbers of secured credit card numbers were taken credit card customers were taken 140,000 Social Security numbers 80,000 linked bank account numbers now here is here's here's some information on what data was taken the largest category of info access was information on consumers and small businesses who applied for one of our credit card products from 2005 to early 2019 this information stolen included personal information including names addresses zip codes postal codes phone numbers email addresses dates of birth and self-reported info in income beyond the credit card application data the person also stole they say obtained I'm saying stole portions of credit card customer data including customer status data including such as credit scores credit limits balances payment history contact information fragments of transaction data from 23 days and 150 to 40,000 social security numbers 80,000 bank account numbers we will notify individuals through a variety of channels we will make free credit card monitoring and identity protection available to everyone affected ok fine fine fine what was the vulnerability that led to this incident this is from the company we believe a highly sophisticated individual was able to exploit a specific configuration vulnerability in our infrastructure ok they said that how did you discover the incident somebody told that they didn't discover this internally somebody alerted them to this from outside the company we'll show you some more about that the configuration vulnerability was reported to us by an external security researcher so they did not find them sis themselves somebody else wrote them about this when did this occur we they said they found out about it on July 29th and they contacted law enforcement after that some of the data was encrypted some of the data was not did this vulnerability arise because you operate on the cloud according to The Wall Street Journal they say that the data was I think I think actually the the the the the prosecutors might have said this yeah according to the federal criminal complaint the data was stole the data stolen was dated the bank had stored on amazon.com incorporated cloud service and the according to Wall Street Journal the person arrested is a former employee of Amazon Web Services so maybe they knew how to get to that data that was stored on Amazon's cloud but there's a question and answer did this vulnerability arise because you operate on the cloud the cloud is when when you store stuff on the cloud that means you don't store it on your own proprietary equipment so like I store my Gmail I don't stored my Gmail on my own computer it's stored out it's stored out there outside of outside of where I live and where I work Gmail Google stores my email data on its computers so that's an example of data being stored on the cloud similarly Capital One stores some of its customer data on the cloud not on its own proprietary equipment they have Amazon store data for them they say this type of vulnerability is not specific to the cloud that's what they say so they're saying did not the vulnerability did not arise because they operate on the cloud I can't really I don't know enough to answer this what is the expected financial impacts of the incident we expect the incident to generate incremental cost of approximately a hundred to one hundred fifty million dollars expected costs are largely driven by customer notifications credit monitoring technology cost and legal support okay anyways so that's that's what the company says about this okay uh-huh daniel says yeah the cloud is responsible so so so again that's what the company says the company does admit the data of 106 million people were stolen most of that data from credit card applicants the data stolen did include about a hundred forty thousand Social Security numbers of credit card customers and about 80 thousand linked bank account numbers of secured credit card numbers one person took this data the company was alerted to this by an outside person on July 19th in this person according to authorities Paige Thompson 33 years old that is her Twitter profile according to authorities she has been arrested and charged with Computer Fraud so I'm gonna show you I want to show you some of the stuff from the criminal complaint that the authorities have released specifics about this case which I'll do next but I do want to take some more comments from you if you have comments if you have questions write to me on Twitter at look nur and hey a reminder if you do like a gender free TV okay you know may be tough to mention donations on a stream about a Capital One data being stolen from a hundred million people but anyways if you do like the coverage and you want to support the channel your donation to what keeps this channel on the air it's a viewer supported channel I do this channel myself so but your donations are what allows me to do it so if you want to support a Jennifer UTV you can donate by going to agenda free dot TV agenda free dot TV or go to the bottom of the YouTube chat and click on the dollar sign I I personally store no customer data okay let's see and if you have a comments write to me on Twitter at lunar Tracey Johnson in our YouTube chat says all they do for your info stolen is give a free year of checking your credit report what good is that now I don't know exactly what they're gonna offer for this you know I haven't heard I don't know if they've made any I don't believe they this is like a news story so they haven't like formally made an offer to to or told I don't think they've to exact actually what they're gonna do for the customers but they did say they were gonna offer credit protection where does it say this didn't say it here we will notify individuals we will make three credit monitoring and identity protection available to everyone affected that's what they say oh and it also says for more information you can go to these links okay all right let's see here oh no I want to open a facebook chat up to and see what's going on there hey thanks again to our moderators Barbara Smith and our YouTube chat room and our periscope moderators Thank You Sharon Craig as they're moderating in our periscope chat and in our facebook chat and our twitch chat thank you as well we got to go to this I want to talk about the the criminal criminal complaint Bradley is and Kimberly Bradley hymen and Kimberly Peterson I'm moderating in our Facebook Jeff Darrell Wayne says Capital One should offer a lifetime of credit monitoring for for their for their customers Kevin Wisniewski says if you agree to credit monitoring you give up your right to sue I don't know how that's gonna work with this I can't speak to what it's gonna be like what the offer is gonna be like for this so read the fine print if you're if you're affected by this okay let's see here alright so I want to show you something this might look kind of intimidating but it's actually kind of short it's a 12-page document most of which is you know a lot of which is just kind of not not the not the important info so this is the document you can see united states of america versus paige dot thompson AKA erratic erratic look erratic that is the woman who according to Wall Street Journal she used to work for Amazon Amazon Web Services and she is accused of stealing 106 million people customers data from Capital One and also she boasted about it online reportedly so let me show you this they say between about March 12th and July 17th in Seattle and elsewhere Paige Thompson intentionally access to computer without authorization Capital One and obtained info contained in a financial record of a financial institution blah blah blah and she's charged with computer fraud okay let me just go so all this is like you know background stuff back stuff but uh so here is here's some detail about the investigation how did Capital One find out about this this is how Capital One found out on July 17th thirteen days ago an individual who previously was unknown to Capital One emailed this address it's an address that Capital One has where you can email it about potential vulnerabilities this person said hello there there appears to be some leaked ds3 data of yours in someone's github gist let me know if you want help tracking them down Thanks so this person who Capital One didn't know just said hey Capital One hello there there is some stolen data of yours github by the way is like a it's like a storage site I believe I think software people use it let's see your github is a company that provides hosting for software development version control the way it's described in in the document is github is a company that provides web hosting and allows users to manage and store revisions of projects used mostly for software development projects so this person on July 17th just email emailed Capital One and said there appears to be some leaked data of yours in someone's github let me know if you want help tracking them down that's how that's how Capital One found out somebody emailed them Adam Titus Co says github equals code repository Atari nerd says software development storage okay so there's that the individuals email stated that there appeared to be leaked data belonging to capital one on github and provided the address of the github file containing this leaked data significantly one of the terms in the address of the file was page eight since full first middle and last name so Paige Thompson's the one who's been arrested for this in the file name that the person sent to that this I guess you could say whistle it's not a whistleblower it's somebody who's like the person who wrote to Capital One saying they they've seen this leak that this stolen data included a file name and the file name included the suspects name in it after receiving this information Capital One examined the github file Capital One determined that the file blah blah blah contained the IP address for a specific server a firewall Mis configuration allowed commands to reach and be executed by that server which enabled access to folders or buckets of data and Capital One storage space at the cloud computing company so according to Wall Street Journal the cloud computing company is amazon.com incorporated website web server cloud computing amazon.com Web Services they say it says amazon.com is cloud service Amazon deckle answers so basically they get this letter from somebody says I think so I think there's stolen data of yours floating around on github and then they search they do some investigation and they figure out yes this this file contains this file contains an IP address for a server and that in that there's a vulnerability on the server and that this server could be accessed by somebody and then Capital One determined that the file that was sent to them by a I guess the somebody trying to help them contain code for three commands as well as more than 700 folders or buckets of data so this is this is a file that the sub the suspect had posted it has the suspect had this file on github it had these the file contained commands that enabled access to capital ones folders at the cloud computing company the file also contained a command that listed the names of folders and buckets of data the file also contained a command that copied the data from Capital One storage space Capital One tested the commands in the file and confirm that the commands did in fact function to obtain Capital One's credentials list the list or enumerate folders or buckets of data and extract the data they confirm that the more than 700 folders or buckets of data listed in the file match the actual names of folders so basically Capital One gets this tip that their stolen data floating around out there they investigated they find out that yes this file that somebody found on github does contain their stolen data and commands that lets their data be access okay and then Capital One has logs that show connections so this is kind of kind of technical and I don't really understand it all but basically they have a record of who was accessing Capital One's server and they have a record they say similar unusual communications through the misconfigured firewall there were similar unusual communications through their misconfigured firewall which they have a record of ok so anyways I won't get into all the specifics here but they basically figure out they they can they can tell who's accessing their server and then evidence of Paige Thompson's involvement as noted above the github address where this file containing all this stolen data was posted includes Paige Thompson's full name Paige a Thompson clicking on the name Paige a Thompson and the address takes the user to the main github page for a page a Thompson the profile on that page contains a link to a github page ok so they're basically just showing how they figured out it was Paige a Thompson they say who did this fine fine fine you can read this if you want I'll show you were to find this document they the FBI agent says based on some open source research I'm aware of a particular meetup group used by page a Thompson okay anyways so they're talking about how they figured out that page a Thompson was the one who did this now check this out they say I believe this they talk about erratic the meetup page for a group indicates it's organizer its page Thompson erratic notably the alias erratic matches the username of a Twitter account discussed below associated with page a Thompson and this is erratic right here that's page a Thompson okay that's pit that's page a Thompson's Twitter account according to the federal authorities all right so they so basically the the FBI figures out that page a Thompson they claim is the person who's been breaking in and stealing Capital One's data now let me show you some of the other stuff they post they say what is this here I have reviewed postings on a slack channel a user erratic on June 26 posted a list of files that erratic claim to possess based on my review and my training experience I believe erratic was claiming to have files extracted from Capital One in a slack channel on June 26th on June 27th on around June 27th erratic posted in slack about several companies government entities and educational institutions among these posts erratic referred to blank blank blank and indicated that account was associated with Capital One so she's posting about these files she's stolen two other people online on or about January 27th another user posted don't go to jail please in response erratic posted I'm like greater than I predator greater than tor greater than s3 on all this s I don't get what all that means I'm sure some tech people get it but this person so after Paige Thompson allegedly posted she had these files taken from Capital One somebody posted and reply sketchy blank don't go to jail please and then page Thompson erratic said I want to get it off my server that's why I'm archiving it all of it lol it's all encrypted I just don't want it around though I gotta find somewhere to store it so any so anyways again this is Paige Thompson according to the authorities talking to other people online about this data she's stolen from Capital One okay let's see here fine fine fine they talked about two other messages that data that Paige Thompson posted online here's something according to a screenshot that Capital One provided Twitter user erratic who they say is also Paige Thompson Twitter user erratic sent a direct message to the person who ended up reporting this to Capital One and saying the direct message said I basically strapped myself with a bomb vest effing dropping Capital One's Docs and admitting it I want to distribute those buckets I think first their social security numbers with full name and date of birth and the FBI says I understand this post to indicate among other things that Paige Thompson intended to disseminate data stolen from victim entities starting with Capital One so she does say I want to distribute it there are social security numbers was she gonna sell it or just post it online I have no idea and then they searched Paige Thompson's residents just just four days ago the FBI search page Thompson's residence I know the search was yesterday the search was yesterday on July 29th Monday this there was a search at Paige Thompson's residence a search of a bedroom resulted in the seizure of numerous digital devices during the initial search of some of these devices age observed files and items at reference capital one in the cloud computing company Amazon Web Services and other entities that may have been the targets of tempted or actual network intrusions and erratic the alias associated with Paige Thompson by the foregoing I submit probable cause exists to believe pay Thompson has committed a violation computer fraud so there you go so so it's it's very interesting this document if you want to find the duck you know what I'll do I'll post I'll post a link to this document in case anybody wants it I'll post it right now in case anybody wants to read over it maybe some of you tech people out there probably can make a lot better sense of it than me but it's quite interesting to just that I mean it looks like the reason she got caught is she was you know talking about telling other people online she dug she did this and somebody heard her say this and reported her to Capital One hang on one second here okay I'm posting this in the chat linked to criminal complaint okay I just posted a link to the document I just posted a link to the document in our Facebook in our YouTube chat and I will post it in our periscope chat as well link to criminal complaint alright let me know your thoughts on this so just just to sum up in case you joined us late according to authorities a single person stole and according to Capital One well the authorities say single person is but I just posted a link to the document hang on a second hang on where is that come oh I got that a single person is accused of stealing the data of a hundred and six million customers from Capital One including around 120 thousand Social Security numbers and eighty thousand bank account numbers and that person has been arrested and this data was stored on the cloud on amazon.com cloud service and according to Wall Street Journal the person who is accused of stealing it used to work for Amazon Web Services and the government says that is the person Paige Thompson Joshua Muller says figures the one credit card I have is Capital One ugh some people are sending me some reports of a possible shooting in Columbus let's see here I'm not seeing that reported anywhere feel free to send me a link yeah guys I'm seeing this right now a shooting reported in Columbus so I haven't seen this reported anywhere else except the scanners so let me just see if I can see anything more about that I mean you know this could be look guys so I hate to say it I hate to say this but there are it is not infrequent that there are shootings where multiple multiple victims happen so I'll keep an eye on this but you know I you know there are all kinds of things I wouldn't jump to the conclusion that this is somebody walking into some place and just shooting people randomly I mean you know there are shooting there's like gang violence for example and stuff so so I don't know what this is I'll keep an eye on it definitely but I'm not gonna start drawing conclusions about it and there are there are unfortunately a lot of mass shootings that happen so I'll keep an eye on it thank you for letting me know Marcus rice says so what is the actual crime the actual crime she's being accused of is it says computer fraud and abuse is punishable by up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine computer fraud and abuse is punishable by up to five years in prison at 200,000 fine so that's the actual crime there's an account online somebody sent me by the way this is not the this is not the actual police account but Matthew and Paula sent me this drive-by shooting supposedly in Columbus I think Columbus Ohio but again I'll keep an eye on it I'll keep an eye on it after the stream and see what's reported about it it's it's a Chataway says Social Security numbers and I hope not yes I chat away about a hundred twenty thousand Social Security numbers were taken and eighty eight thousand one hundred forty thousand Social Security numbers of credit card numbers in about 80 thousand linked bank account numbers of our secured credit card numbers general Eaton says he thinks it's a hundred percent the fault of the person at Capital One who chose to host banking data at Amazon you know I think Wall Street Journal said something about that so a Wall Street Journal says among large banks Capital One has been an enthusiastic adopter of the cloud for data storage that means they're not storing it on their own proprietary computers they're having a company stored for them in this case Amazon the bank has been public in its embrace of Amazon Web Services banks have moved cautiously to the cloud partly because of security concerns and the need to keep customer data and transaction data walled off but according to according to the The Wall Street Journal the the well according to the the the indictment the data was stored at a cloud computer company and Wall Street Journal says that cloud computer company was Amazon and that the suspect used to work at Amazon Web Services Mansa Musa says there's no more privacy I hated it when Fortune magazine what is this I don't even though that means Quentin says Capital One is horrible and if you want to look at the if you want to look at the Twitter this is the Twitter account I haven't gone back and looked through it there's a lot of like very techie stuff looking stuff in here some of these posts appear quite technical like this stuff but this is erratic that's the Twitter account it's still up there I don't know how long I will be up for but it's still up there that's that's the Twitter account that was this Twitter account is identified in the criminal complaint as the Twitter account of the person who's been arrested so feel free to look that up yourself hey thank you so much LM Barlow I really appreciate donation LM Barlow LM Barlow says donation not made with a capital 1 car thanks for for you in the mods for keeping us informed Thank You LM Barlow for your support I appreciate your support that's what keeps this channel on the air if you do like the coverage and you want to support agenda free TV go to agenda free dot TV agenda free TV or go to the bottom of the YouTube chat and click on the dollar sign alright I'll take a few more comments here if you have them write to me on Twitter at look nur Cookie Sox says people shouldn't worry too much about their cards being used the CVC numbers on the back are usually not stored with the other data certainly the personal information obtained can be worrisome yeah I think the worries not so much cards being used because credit card numbers were not stolen I think some of the worry is maybe you know as The Wall Street Journal said people using this information to open up a different credit card account for example if they have your contact information and and your social security number or your banking you know if bank account number is obviously problematic so and you know information about your credit score's so you know identity theft it certainly could be a worry here Allen Maxie says I have capital 100 Elish Brennan Huber says why would capital 1 need the cloud and not their own private server well I guess they have they probably have their reasons according to Wall Street Journal they have been an enthusiastic adopter of the crowd for data storage maybe because it saves money they succumb pnina's closed data centers and shifted those activities to Amazon a process it expects to complete fully in 2020 the bank's executives have been featured speakers at Amazon conferences and said the firm's use of the cloud has helped the bank handle spikes and computing power needs such as credit card purchases on Black Friday and rollout products faster to customers so those are some reasons the company wants to use the cloud to store data I chat away thinks Capital One credit card holders will get some money lawsuits coming Tressa Floyd thanks for using the cloud because they're cheap alright guys well look it's an interesting story not only because of the the data being stolen but of the information released about the suspect I posted this link earlier in our chat there you can find this also here United States Attorney's Office to Western District of Washington they have a press release about it and they have a link at the bottom of the press release to the document down here you can't see it but down at the bottom of that page they have a link so on Twitter let's see yeah if you go to you wdw a news they have a post about it right here so you can click on it you can find a link to this so you can find a press release you can find a link to their dot to the criminal complaint wdw a news you can read can we the whole criminal complaint if you want but the but the risk the accounts that were affected were credit card applicants and credit card customers accounts according to the company oh by the way I didn't see this for our Canadian credit card numbers sorry for our Canadian credit card customers approximately 1 million Social Insurance numbers were compromised in this incident I did not see this I just I just missed that 1 million Social Insurance numbers a nine digit number you need to work in Canada to have access to or to have access to government programs and benefits so the company says for our Canadian credit card numbers approximately 1 million Social Insurance numbers were compromised in this incident well there you go all right well guys I am gonna wrap up this live stream but I do appreciate you joining us and oh hold on let me read a couple more comments Benoit says using the cloud to store your customers data is really stupid if you're a bank my two cents X data security analyst that's from Benoit so if I hear big news on this I'll post it on my Twitter account at look nur and that's also where I'll where I will cover well if I hear any more news I could post about breaking news there and if you want to know when we're coming on the air for these live streams be sure to subscribe to us follow us agenda free TV if you subscribe on YouTube click the notifications bell choose all notifications and you might want to follow us if you subscribe on excuse me if you scribe on YouTube you might want to follow us on Twitter or Facebook as well because sometimes the YouTube notifications are late or they don't show up at all thank you to our moderators mark G rusty G in our YouTube chat room Barbara Smith Linda Belk in our periscope chat sharon Craig our Facebook moderators Bradley Hyman Kimberly Peterson and our twitch moderators too if anybody wants to be a volunteer moderator if you want to be a moderator on YouTube email me no moderator on YouTube email a-f-t-v mod at gmail.com a-f-t-v mod at gmail.com if you want to be a volunteer moderator on Twitch periscope or Facebook you can message me on twitter at look nur on twitter and thanks to you guys for letting me read your comments on the air thank you for saying thanks guys april Wester Bruce brace thank you thank you I wish Brennan Hoover Thank You Don Pratt and thank you – Oh true Strange News is moderating now as well thank you true strange news Thank You fairy goddess Linda Belk says thanks for this info hope you don't have Capital One I do not have Capital One so although your your your vulnerable if you ever applied for a Capital One credit card hey thank you green-eyed lady thank you Paul Thank You Tracy Johnson thank you words to thank you soul Kjus okay justice glad I don't use capital one Thank You domo thank you peter shan sole Thank You Sparky Mart thank you 1,000 hints Thank You aunty Marie Cheryl sip sandstone code Killa lucid curios thank you Thank You SC and thanks Kevin Brewster fairy goddesses Capital One always sends me stuff in the mail alright guys that's it for now thank you for joining us we will see you soon with more live news coverage right here at agenda free TV

28 thoughts on “Capital One Data Stolen from 100 Million – LIVE COVERAGE

  1. Capital One is the best and they are forgiven. Capital One is well known for approving credit cards and thereby giving chances to to people with low 490-630ish credit scores when every other card company would turn them down.

  2. I use Capital One and I hate that they no longer have physical locations in my city. I want to know how they are going to fix this information
    security breach for their customers.

  3. I am furious that our Cabela's card was switched to Capital One when Bass Pro bought them out. We have had nothing but problems with the card since. Thanks Agenda Free for the info.

  4. thanks to our woke justice system, she'll get less time than it takes identity theft victims to be made whole again.

  5. Why in the world did it tale 13 days for the public to know ?? Anyways its better by him and not by Government just givin away to other countries , i know you deal in facts , you havent heard of corruption or authority going whacko , well in my world its pretty scary , wish i was in your world !!!

  6. £©{l is what the hexadecimal A3A97B6C comes out to be… doesn't make sense to me, but that person probably doesn't have sense to spare.

  7. Thank goodness the feds got to her fast but I’m contacting a lawyer because customers should of been notified so accounts can be protected

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *