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Re: [PEN-TEST] ...
From: "J. Oquendo" <intrusion () ENGINEER COM>
Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2000 13:03:45 -0500
Nonsense, Citibank hackers were caught, so you should re-check before sending out information such as this. You may be
confused since at the time it was not published and the hoopla surrounded Citibank, that another major bank was
similarly intruded upon.
From: Jim Miller <MillerJ () FABSSB COM>
To: PEN-TEST () SECURITYFOCUS COM
Sent: October 31, 2000 6:29:42 PM GMT
Subject: Re: ...
Bob, I'm familiar with that hack. For a number of reasons that I cannot relate to you, as they are additional controls
you or a customer will not see, that won't happen to us. The Citi hack was a Netware spoof and caused the exposure to
be closed. Again, if you have any specific infomation regarding how you would use the info presented to gain
advantage, please let me know.
Jim Miller, CISA, CDP
VP & IS Audit Mgr
First American Bank Texas
Bryan, Texas 77805-8100
millerj () fabssb com
Bob <bob () cavu com> 10/31/00 12:27PM >>>
Within the past one to two three years, CitiBank was relieved of a large
amount of money electronically by Russian crackers. I believe the total
was about US$10,000,000. The money was not recovered and the crackers
were not identified or caught.
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