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Equifax breach of 143 Million user’s information – Quick guide to protecting yourself and family – Save hours of time

In today’s post, I wanted to provide a quick guide to protecting yourself, and family from the massive Equifax data breach of 143 million user’s information.  I have gone through all the steps myself, and have created a time-saving tip list (with all the needed links and phone numbers) so you can do in an hour or two, what took me several hours to research and document. 

 

The problem

Equifax announces this breach on 9/7/17 but the actual breach was discovered on 7/29/17 Equifax stated.  The information the hackers got included Social Security Numbers, birth dates, addresses.   The hackers also got Drivers license number for some, about 200K credit card numbers, and other information.  This information can be used to steal your identity, and open up lines of credit under your name among many other issues given what they got.  So it’s a big deal.

In this blog post, I will reference some key stories on the breach with concise Q&A, what you need to do to protect your family and quick guide to these recommendations to help save you time carrying out these recommended steps.

 

Some good stories to learn more

Brian Krebs is a very well respected security writer, that is always on top of the breaking security stories and provides information in an easy to understand and practical way. Here is an updated Q&A he posted on 9/11/17:

Brian Krebs – Krebs on Security Q&A and Recommendations

A good article with five  (three steps and two tips) steps to follow now, after the breach:

Ars Technica – Follow these steps to protect yourself

See below, for an article from Sophos (a security company) with four simple steps to do.  Similar to the Ars one etc..  This one also recommends having ID Theft protection like from LifeLock and the one Equifax is offering.

With Identity protection, you can get alerts for new lines of credit attempted to be opened, scan the dark web for your SS# and other information and help you fix any identity issue that comes up (that is valuable and worth the $99 a year for LifeLock service per user).

Sophos – Four simple steps to take after the Equifax breach

Link to LifeLock: https://www.lifelock.com/

 

Quick steps to do now – Three steps and two tips

The steps (from the Ars story above) for each person in your family:

Check Equifax website to see if you are affected and if so, enroll in the one-year free Equifax TrustedID Premier.

Recommended – See stories, above for more information. 

  • Get your free credit report(s) from Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion.
    • This can be done, for free at AnnualCreditReport.com once a year for each of the three major credit reporting companies (Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion).   If you pick one, each three months, you can monitor your credit report each quarter for free.  Add it to your calendar as a reminder.  It only takes a few minutes to get the report and can download the PDF version.  By checking the report now, you can make sure no criminal lines of credit were opened under your name.  
    • NOTE:  Your kids should not have a credit history of course and even for kids over 21, you may not be able to pull the report, from the site, because there are not enough credit check question checks to get the report but they give a phone number to call if you like. 
  • Do a Security Freeze on all four credit report companies: Equifax, Experian, TransUnion, and Innovis.
  • TIP: File your taxes early each year.
    • Hackers could file, in your name and work the numbers so they get a refund to their own account set up in your name.
  • TIP: Beware of scammers.
    • Very important! Scammers will call saying they are from Equifax, Experian, your bank, etc. and try to fool you into providing information.  Never take these calls, instead, go to the official website, or number on your CC etc.  Same goes for emails.  They have a lot of information about your accounts. They can craft emails that look like they are from your bank, CC, etc.  Never open attacments, click on links or call the numbers.  Go to the officical site on your own to check it out.

 

My Help to make the above three steps faster to do

 

Step 1 – Check Equifax website to see if you are affected and if so, enroll in the one-year free Equifax TrustedID Premier.

Equifax information on the breach: https://www.equifaxsecurity2017.com/

Check to see if you are affected.  Need to put in your last name and last six of your Social Security number:  https://trustedidpremier.com/eligibility/eligibility.html

If you were affected, it will ask if you want to in enroll for one year (free for one year) in the Equifax TrustedID Premier services.   You will need to enter: Your Name, SS#, Address, mobile phone, and an email address.  You will then get in email, within a few days to complete the enrollment.   This is a limited time offer.

Here is the Equifax information on what you get with the TrustedID Premier: https://www.equifaxsecurity2017.com/trustedid-premier/

Many experts are saying, if you are not affected, it is good to do Step 2 and Step 3 below.  I agree.  Also, reports have stated you may get different answers if you try another time (Not affected then Affected).

Only took a few minutes, per person (SS#).

 

Step 2 – Get your free credit report(s) from Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion.

Go to: https://www.annualcreditreport.com/index.action

Click on “Request your free credit reports”.

Since you get one a year (from each) if you were part of Equifax breach (see step 1) I would recommend picking one of the others (TransUnion or Experian) as you will get the Equifax one as part of the free “TrustedID Premier” service you signed up for.

You will be asked for: Your Name, Birthday, SS#, Address (and previous address if lived at your current address for less than 2 years), enter a “CAPTCHA” (prove you are not a robot). 

Then, you will be asked a few questions to prove it is you. They are typically multiple choice.  For example, what is your company address, company name, Couty lived in during 2001, or some question about the name of a Credit Card or Loan company you have.

Assuming you got that right, you then are at a page to print the credit report or save to a PDF.

NOTE: Experian was having issues when I tried and kept failing (likely server overload at their site on checking the answers) but TransUnion was fine.

Only took a few minutes, per person (SS#).

 

Step 3 – Do a Security Freeze on all four credit report companies: Equifax, Experian, TransUnion, and Innovis.

Recommended, even if Equifax said you are not affected, per expert stories listed.  I agree with that.  The cost ($10 per Freeze – Equifax free if you are affected) and small cost to unfreeze temporarily (same fee) if you need to buy a car, buy a new home, open a new credit card, etc. are small vs the identity theft risks if do not do.

NOTE: Do a “Freeze” and NOT a “Lock”. The credit companies may push you for a “Lock” since it is better for them.  But all the experts are saying you need a “Freeze”.  I agree.

 

  • Equifax
    • Website: https://www.freeze.equifax.com/
    • Phone: Did not need, as the website was fast and easy (at least that is good).
      • Infomation asked for: Your Name, SS#, Date of Birth, Address
      • Then “Submit a security freeze”
      • You will then be placed into a window in which you can then download the freeze PDF information file, with the freeze PIN that is needed to unfreeze.  Download this file and print and put in a safe place.

Only took a few minutes, per person (SS#).

 

  • Experian
    • Website: https://www.experian.com/freeze/center.html
      • Click on “Add a security freeze” -> “Apply online”.  You will need to enter:
        • Your Name, Address, SS#, Date of Birth, email address.  You can then either let them choose your unfreeze PIN or you can enter your own (5 to 10 digits). Then pay with your CC ($10) and put in that information.
        • For me, it failed (server overload I am sure).  So I used the automated freeze phone line that worked just fine. 
    • Phone:  888-397-3742  Listen to prompts, to place the freeze. My experience:
      • #2 – Add/remove a Security Freeze
      • #2 – Security Freeze option
      • #1 – Place a Freeze
      • #2 – For Freeze without a fraud report
      • Enter SS#
      • Enter Date of Birth: MMDDYYYY
      • Enter Zip
      • Enter Numeric portion of home address
      • Now, listen to primps and chose to pay be CC (#1)
      • Enter in CC number, expiration date MMYY
      • Pay $10 (For IL)
      • Said successful and will get a package in the mail with confirmation and PIN needed to unfreeze.  Very important to get that package.

 

  • TransUnion
    • Website: https://www.transunion.com/credit-freeze/place-credit-freeze2
      • Click on “Click to initiate Freeze Process” (Don’t do the “Lock” option as that does not protect you as well for any of the credit checking companies).   You will need to set up an account (email address, and password).  Will need to enter:
      • Your name, choose a password for the account, Pick a secret question, Email Address, Date of Birth, SS#, (Option to not display your SS# in your personal Credit report).
      • For me, it failed (server overload I am sure).  So I used the automated freeze phone line that worked just fine. 
    • Phone:  888-909-8872  Listen to prompts, to place the freeze. My experience:
      • #3 – Add a Freeze.
      • Enter Zip code
      • Enter SS#
      • Enter Date of Birth: MMDDYYYY
      • Enter numeric part of your street address
      • Choose a six-digit PIN for unfreezing – Very important – Write it down and keep safe. 
      • Now, listen to primps and chose to pay by CC
      • Enter in CC number, expiration date MMYY
      • Pay $10 (For IL)
      • Said successful and will get a package in the mail, in 5 to 7 days.  Very important to get that package.

 

  • Innovis 
    • Website: https://www.innovis.com/securityFreeze/index
      • Choose “Request a Security Freeze -> Then enter your: Name, Phone, SS#, Date of Birth and Address.
      • Asks “Are you a victim of identity theft (Y/N)?  Enter “N”
      • Sumit.  It does not ask for any payment (maybe a limited time offer given the Equifax breach) and says it was successful and you will get a letter in the mail with your unfreeze PIN etc.
      • Website worked well and fast.
    • Phone: 800-540-2505
      • Did not need to use.

 

More information on how the hack happened to Equifax

The below two articles, give some information on how the Equifax site was hacked. Basically, they are saying hackers exploited unpatched Apache Struts software at the web site.  There were serious security flaws, in Struts, fixed in March but appears that Equifax did not patch until after they were hacked and found out 7/29/17.

https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2017/09/massive-equifax-breach-caused-by-failure-to-patch-two-month-old-bug/

https://www.wired.com/story/equifax-breach-no-excuse/amp

 

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QuickTime Program on Windows – Remove it Quick to lessen the chance of Malware infection

In today’s post, I wanted to pass on some information about removing the QuickTime program, from any Windows computer, ASAP due to security reasons.  This was widely reported on 4/16/16 (US-CERT, etc.).  I also pass on a tip, on a free, easy to use, tool (Qualys Browser Checker) that can help you keep key programs up to date to lessen the chance of getting Malware.

no-more-quicktime

QuckTime Removal

Apple has stopped providing security updates and there are at least two critical security vulnerabilities that attackers can use against your computer if you have QuickTime installed.   You should not reinstall the program, as Apple has ended support for this program on Windows.  Apple recommends, removing as well, from any Windows computer.

Apple is still providing updates for its Mac computers so those are safe to keep installed.

It just takes a few minutes to uninstall the program.

To uninstall QuickTime, on Windows 7, 8.1, or Windows 10 do:

Start (lower left Windows icon) -> Control Panel -> Click on “Programs” -> “Uninstall a Program”

Scroll down to find “QuickTime” and double click to uninstall and follow the prompts.

For more information, see the story below, by an excellent security writer Brian Krebs, “KrebsonSecurity”:

http://krebsonsecurity.com/2016/04/us-cert-to-windows-users-dump-apple-quicktime/

 

The Importance of keeping key programs up to date

Keeping Windows, (and Mac) and key computer programs (Java, Adobe Reader, Adobe Flash, Browsers, etc.) up to date, is one of the keys to minimizing the chance of getting infected with Malware.   The free, and easy to use, Qualys Browser Checker (Browser plug-in) is a great tool to help check (recommend about once a month) and update these programs that I recommend.  See link below.

https://browsercheck.qualys.com/

 

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Use Email Alerts from FDA to keep up with ever increasing food borne illness and outbreaks

In today’s post, I wanted to pass on some information about how to use email alerts, from the FDA, to keep up with ever increasing food borne illness and outbreaks.  It seems like, every week we hear about a new one.  When I saw this latest one, I went to the FDA.gov web site and saw you can sign up for email alerts for this and thought I would pass on as it seems helpful.

nature-s-touch

 

Latest FDA alert on Frozen foods (Berries and Vegetables, etc.)

Here is latest story, I heard on news on 5/3/16, and 5/4/16 about Frozen foods (Fruit, vegetables, etc.) for listeria. 2 people have died and 7  others haven gotten pretty sick so far they reported.

The story said these products are sold at stores that include:  Walmart, Sam’s Club, Costco, Jewel, etc..  We buy frozen berries, so checked ours to see if on list.

This recall, includes 358 products sold under 42 separate brands.

FDA Details on this outbreak: http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm498841.htm

 

How to sign up for FDA email Alerts on Food borne illness and outbreaks

While checking out this latest food borne illness and outbreak,  I  saw, you can sign up for free email alerts, for such food outbreaks, and signed up at the FDA web site (see link below).

There are too many of these recalls going on,  so it can be helpful to either get email alerts, or check the FDA web site from time to time.

You can sign up for various updates. I signed up for below:

“FDA Food borne Illness Outbreak Investigation”

Here is the link to sign up for

https://service.govdelivery.com/accounts/USFDA/subscriber/new?topic_id=USFDA_405

 

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Phone Scams – IRS, arrest warrant, computer has virus, won sweepstakes etc – Fight back

In today’s post, I wanted to pass on some information about the growing phone scams going on, how to spot them and some resources to fight back (report) and be more informed.   These scams are a form of “Social Engineering” (see last section).

I had also done a recent blog on a “Fake Dell Support scam” and Social Engineering:  See that Blog at: http://www.rdcets.com/blog/?p=2703

 

Common Scams

Now that we are in tax season, the IRS phone scams are more popular than ever.  Phone scams also include: fake arrest warrant has been issued threat, computer has a virus, you have won a sweepstakes and others.   I have seen an uptick in such scams reported by my friends, family and some business clients.

I also get them, on my home landline (left on answering machine) with all kinds of scams.  Usually, the IRS is after me and must call right away to “take care of”.  It is urgent, I must call them back, that day, they say of course.  Or some other crazy, warrant issued and call officer to “take care of”.  Of course, it is urgent that I call right away.  One problem, the IRS will never call you or ask for payment in this way (see below resources).

When I get such calls, I report them to the FTC, to help shut them down, and hope they catch these slimy criminals.   I know they are scams, and get a good laugh on their pathetic attempt to rip me off.  But others, are and can be fooled and so education is important and reporting, when you can is a good thing.   They especially like to prey on the elderly, which is a special type of evil in my book.

 

Fun with scammers:

When my Dad, who is retired, gets the call “I am from Microsoft, and your computer has viruses” and must act now to fix he likes to have some fun with them and mess them.  I really  get a kick out of his stories on these calls and how he wastes their time till they figure out he is messing with them.  But once again, they do fool people and scam them.

Some of my Dad’s “mess with them” methods:  The “we have reports of viruses coming form your computer scam”.  He goes along and says he is typing all the commands they tell him (he is not) and,  says he is elderly and can’t hear so well to make them repeat a bunch of times. After several minutes, they say “what are you seeing on your screen”.  My Dad: “Mickey Mouse!”.  They hang up angrily.  LOL!

Or For the “$7,000 Government grant call, that is coming to them” scam.  My Dad: Why are we going to get this grant?  Scammer: “Because you are such good tax payers” (actual reply by scammers).  My Dad: Which government, “London or Washington?”.  That throws them for a while, before they say “Washington”.  That goes on for a while before they figure out they are being messed with.

 

How the scammers get their money:

They typically, for the IRS scam, will have you “pay the fine” and  wire them funds, buy a prepaid debit card, at the local store, and send it to them etc..

The you’ve won the sweepstakes, lottery, grant, etc.  scam has you send them funds to allow them to “release your winning” check etc..

For the you have a Virus scam:  They will have you buy worthless programs and get your CC number to charge, or other methods to charge you once or on a yearly basis, etc..

 

An IRS Phone scam I got this week

So, this week, I got an IRS phone scam. The caller, in a heavy foreign accent, said “I am Officer Mark Watson” from the IRS and we have warrant on your address” and other such crap.  He then instructed me to call back, the same day to take care of.  I googled his phone number (CA based area code) and name “Mark Watson IRS Scam” and got hits from 2013 for the “Office Mark Watson from IRS scam”.  Maybe, they should freshen up their fake IRS Officer names. Pretty lazy, by the “big bosses” running this scam.

For fun, I have uploaded this call to hear the pathetic scam they are pulling. I then used the resources below to report them.   Hope “Officer Mark Watson” meets a “real Officer” soon!

 

Scammers, are like old school con men.  I find the very good AMC show “Better Call Saul” (Breaking Bad spin off) pretty entertaining for the demonstration of the small cons “Jimmy McGill” sometimes runs.  See the Social Engineering section, for more on this aspect.

Below are some good resources on the common phone scams, how to spot them, and what to do if you get these calls.  These sites have links to more resources and how to report the scams.  I have listed the steps to report the “Fake IRS agent called” scam I got and reported in a few minutes.

 

More information on Scams and how to report

IRS Phone Scams – Dirty Dozen 2016:

https://www.irs.gov/uac/Newsroom/Phone-Scams-Continue-to-be-a-Serious-Threat,-Remain-on-IRS-Dirty-Dozen-List-of-Tax-Scams-for-the-2016-Filing-Season

Government Impostor Scams:

https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0048-government-imposter-scams

Report the complaint:

https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/#&panel1-1

For phone scam at the site:

Choose “Scam and Rip-Offs” on the left side col. -> Imposter Scams –> Phone ->

Telemarketing complaint (no) -> Pretend to be Employee of Local, State or Federal Government.

Now just put in date,  type of contact (landline phone in this case, or cell, or email, etc.).

Put in your name a few pieces of info. then forward thru to type up note of call and provide the

Caller ID and the phone number they left.

National Do Not Call Registry (add your phones to this to help prevent telemarketers from calling). Will not stop scammers, but will stop some telemarketers who do not want to get a fine for calling if you report them:

https://www.donotcall.gov/

1)      Submit a Complaint

2)      Verify a Registration

3)      Register a Phone number

 

Social Engineering – Applies to both Business and personal life

Social Engineering is the art of manipulating people to scam them to achieve their malicious goals.  This of course, is not new, but the scammers are getting better, and using technology more than ever, to achieve this.

The scams could be getting the person to grant them access to their computer, get CC or other key banking etc. information, get company directory information to allow further reconnaissance for an attack later, asking a front desk person to plug in a USB stick with a resume on it (that deploys a Trojan Virus), and many other techniques.

Employees, can be a companies weakest link against such attacks, so being on guard and educating are key.  The best IT security programs can be defeated using such techniques and they work.

Social Engineering

 

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FBI court order to Decrypt San Bernadino terrorist encrypted iPhone – They can comply

In today’s post, I wanted to pass on some information about the current story on the FBI filing a court order to request Apple’s help to be able to decrypt the San Bernadino terrorist gunmen’s iPhone.   Apple is saying no, but the article, listed below, shows how this can be done without adding a general back door.

The short story, below, is a very informative read, on how the iPhone/iPad encryption technology works (Android would be similar)  and prevents cracking the pass code to decrypt the devices storage to read the files.  Also, it highlights, how Apple can help the FBI, for this one device, without opening up general backdoor to be exploited.

Also, a very interesting aspect, is this iPhone is a 5C, that does not have the newer “Secure Enclave” hardware that is in iPhone 6 that makes decrypt of the iPhone very hard.

Story link:

Apple can comply with the FBI court order

The big news today, is Apple (Tim Cook) is not complying yet… I think they will (and should IMO), if they coordinate, in the way described in this article.

I personally, do not want general government back-doors into encrypted technology to snoop or access without court order.  But cases like, this, where a court order has been issued, I feel should be accommodated but this is a complex area (privacy, vs  security) that is being hotly debated in government and technology firms.

 

UPDATE 2/24/16:  Another very good story, from Security Thought Leader, and respected Security author Bruce Schneier (who I follow) on this topic below. 

Bruce takes Apple’s side in this case and makes for an interesting read and another point of view.  I find, the comments, in Bruce’s blog  stories, are excellent as a lot of very knowledgeable  people in the industry typically weigh in:  

https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2016/02/decrypting_an_i.html

 

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