'Why the fuck was I breached?', A website that automatically generates excuses when a company is hacked and personal information is leaked
In recent years, there have been many incidents of customer information leaking due to hacking, and each company makes excuses. ' Why the fuck was I breached? ' Is a website that generates a useless excuse for a company hacked case.
Why the fuck was I breached?
When you access 'Why the fuck was I breached?' The generated excuse is displayed in the gray wallpaper. This time, “North Korea ’s digital nuclear weapon has infiltrated a highly secure server. One of our employees was sent to Defcon , a hacker festival in Las Vegas, USA. There will be no recurrence. '
If you want to know another excuse, click 'Equifax already fucking used that one'. This wording is ironic of an information leak case of Equifax , an American creditor information company. About 150 million victims of Equifax's information breach were about half of Americans, and the stolen information includes name, address, phone number, date of birth, credit card number, driver's license number, The social security number and the damage was enormous. Equifax was accused of sloppy security itself and low management awareness of security when the incident occurred.
Click to see another excuse. This time, it was an excuse with an apology that 'a teenage genius hacker may have accessed customer data with a devastating technique. There was no recurrence of such an accident because we hired an external consultant.'
In addition, if there is a somewhat decent excuse that “a cyber terrorist did a DDoS attack that caused a small failure. There was no recurrence of such an accident because the firewall settings were changed a little.” If there is ...
“The US National Security Agency (NSA) invaded our server by exploiting the vulnerability of Windows XP SP1. We reviewed the movie“ Cybernet ”eight times, so there was no recurrence of such an accident.” There were also excuses full of thrust.
'European hacked coffee maker using ransomware. Copy and paste the security policy that Google has found so there will be no recurrence of such an accident,' when the coffee maker was hacked A perfect excuse can be generated.
Since there is a link to the homepage of the IT security consultant company “ Reflare ” at the bottom of the “Why the fuck was I breached?” Page, “use a security consult to make sloppy excuses.” I feel the message from Reflare.