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Re: [Dataloss] YouTube Shocker: Chase Bank Records Found In Trash

From: George Toft (georgegeorgetoft.com)
Date: Tue May 01 2007 - 18:25:41 CDT


The URL for the video, since the news station did not include it:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_8xRnzQqME

George Toft, CISSP, MSIS
623-203-1760

Richard Forno wrote:
> YouTube Shocker: Chase Bank Records Found In Trash
> Video Exploits Security Lapses With Customer Info
>
>
> (CBS) NEW YORK A bank error that's certainly not in your favor has found its
> way onto the Internet, and now officials say very personal information of
> thousands of Chase Bank customers could find its way into the hands of
> identity thieves.
>
> A new YouTube video flaunting the personal information of Chase Bank
> customers is getting a lot of attention. The video shows a person holding
> numerous confidential financial documents of bank customers, and pointing
> out information that is supposed to be protected by the bank.
>
> "Social Security Numbers here as well as date of birth," one person could be
> heard saying on the video, pointing to one of the documents.
>
> Bank statements, credit reports and other personal documents were seen being
> unearthed in the video.
>
> < - >
>
> http://wcbstv.com/topstories/local_story_121055435.html
>
>
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