[AusNOG] Fwd: Netfleet Announcement
craig at askings.com.au
Wed Feb 1 17:50:37 EST 2012
Ouch, though I am glad to see they are bringing in CERT and the AFP .
On 1/02/2012 5:46 PM, Skeeve Stevens wrote:
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> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: *Netfleet* <support at netfleet.com.au
> <mailto:support at netfleet.com.au>>
> Date: Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 15:20
> Subject: Netfleet Announcement
> Dear Skeeve,
> We are writing to let you know that there appears to have been a
> security breach of our database at Netfleet. This **may** have
> resulted in unauthorised access to some of your customer account
> information, such as your name, email address, billing addresses,
> phone number, and a cryptographically scrambled version of your credit
> card number and expiry date.
> Credit card information is encrypted in our database, and we *do not*
> store CCV digits.
> Whilst we believe no sensitive data such as credit card information
> was accessed by the intruder, there is a possibility that this is
> indeed the case and as such we felt it our duty to inform you.
> Since learning of the intrusion, we have taken the affected systems
> offline and are taking steps to address the vulnerability that led to
> this incident.
> We are cooperating with the AFP and Cert Australia to undergo an
> exhaustive investigation in this matter.
> We have been advised that there is no action you should take at this
> time. However if you become aware of any issue which could possibly
> be related to this incident, however minor, please do let us know
> I would like to stress that we are erring on the side of caution and,
> there is no need to be unduly alarmed as it is in fact only a very
> remote possibility that your details have been accessed. Furthermore,
> if you have any questions or concerns whatsoever, do not hesitate to
> get in touch
> We will be back in touch very soon, thanks for your patience
> Best wishes,
> The Netfleet Team
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