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Cavicchia was the agent who last year spearheaded the investigation of Jason Smathers, a former AOL employee accused of stealing 92 million customer email addresses from the company to sell to a spammer.
The agent was also an adopter of mobile technology, and he did a lot of work through his T-Mobile Sidekick - an all-in-one cellphone, camera, digital organizer and email terminal.
The Sidekick uses T-Mobile servers for email and file storage, and the stolen documents had all been lifted from Cavicchia's T-Mobile account, according to the affidavit. Cavicchia didn't respond to an email query from SecurityFocus Tuesday. By that time the Secret Service already had a line on Ethic's true identity.
Agents had the hacker's ICQ number, which he'd used to chat with the informant. A web search on the number turned up a resume for the then-teenaged Jacobsen, who'd been looking for a job in computer security. The e-mail address was listed as ethics netzero.
The trick with the proxy honeypot provided more proof of the hacker's identity: the server's logs showed that Ethics had connected from an IP address belonging to the Residence Inn Hotel in Buffalo, New York. When the Secret Service checked the Shadowcrew logs through a backdoor set up for their use - presumably by the informant - they found that Ethics had logged in from the same address.
A phone call to the hotel confirmed that Nicolas Jacobsen was a guest.
Snapshots Compromised Eight days later, on 27 October, law enforcement agencies dropped the hammer on Operation Firewall, and descended on fraud and computer crime suspects across eight states and six foreign countries, arresting 28 of them. Jacobsen, then living in an apartment in Santa Ana in Southern California, was taken into custody by the Secret Service. He was later released on bail with computer use restrictions. Jacobson lost his job at Pfastship Logistics, an Irving, California company where he worked as a network administrator, and he now lives in Oregon.
The hacker's access to the T-Mobile gave him more than just Secret Service documents. A friend of Jacobson's says that prior to his arrest, Jacobson provided him with digital photos that he claimed celebrities had snapped with their cell phone cameras. The swiped images are not mention in court records, but a source close to the defense confirmed Genovese's account, and says Jacobson amused himself and others by obtaining the passwords of Sidekick-toting celebrities from the hacked database, then entering their T-Mobile accounts and downloading photos they'd taken with the wireless communicator's built-in camera.
The same source also offers an explanation for the secrecy surrounding the case: the Secret Service, the source says, has offered to put the hacker to work, pleading him out to a single felony, then enlisting him to catch other computer criminals in the same manner in which he himself was caught. The source says that Jacobson, facing the prospect of prison time, is favorably considering the offer. Nicholas Lee Jacobsen, a year-old computer engineer who now lives in Oregon, entered his plea Tuesday in U.
District Court in Los Angeles. It was discovered during a broader Secret Service investigation.
T-Mobile acknowledged the hacker was able to view the names and Social Security numbers of customers, all of whom it said were notified in writing about the break-in, which lasted at least seven months.
The company said customer credit card numbers and other financial information were not revealed. Prosecutors alleged Jacobsen posted a notice on an online bulletin board that said he could look up the name, Social Security number, birth date and passwords for voice mails and e-mails for T-Mobile customers.
Jacobsen was accused of targeting the desktop computer of a Secret Service agent on his trail. The agent, Peter Cavicchia, was also a T-Mobile customer and sometimes used the wireless network to communicate about the case, unaware it wasn't safe.
Update a note, take a photo or a phone number and the information is transmitted on the fly back to T-Mobile network servers, compromise the internal servers, and more then likely you wouldn't need physical access to PDA to steal the data. It is not known how the information was obtained, but the release of the contact book may be further fallout from a hack of T-Mobile's servers that came to light in January. The Hilton address book was posted on the illmob Web site early Sunday and is a simple HTML table listing the phone numbers and e-mail addresses for acquaintances, along with other useful information, such as the number of the San Francisco Hilton Hotel and celebrity attorney Robert Shapiro.
The leak is bound to prompt a furious round of unplanned number changes among Hilton's coterie, after fans and curious Web surfers learned of the hack and began dialling their favorite celebrities.
Eminem's phone number was changed. Limp Bizkit front man Fred Durst's voice mailbox was full. Tennis star Anna Kournikova's number was busy, despite repeated attempts to get through.
Robert Shapiro's answering machine picked up when called and provided a number to page the star attorney in an emergency. There was no answer at Hilton's home, nor did sister Nicky Hilton answer calls to her phone. Reached by phone, actor Kevin Connelly, of the cable television show "Entourage," said he had received between and phone calls since early Sunday, as word of the hacked address book spread across the Internet.
Connelly plays opposite Adrian Grenier in the HBO show about a young celebrity and his colorful entourage of old school chums. He declined to comment on whether he knew Hilton or why his name appeared in her T-mobile phone list. Connelly, who received at least one other call while on the line with this reporter, said he would likely change his phone number today to stop the harassment. It was unclear yesterday how the cell phone contact list was obtained. However, Hilton's was one of a number of celebrity cell phones that was reportedly compromised in an attack on T-Mobile's network that netted information on of the company's customers, including sensitive information from the account of a U.
Secret Service agent. In January, the Bellevue, Wash. Jacobsen pleaded guilty last week to one felony charge of accessing a protected computer and causing reckless damage.
So why was Hilton counting on her dog to protect her T-Mobile account from intruders? Despite repeated attacks on her T-Mobile email and telephone records in recent months, the actress and heiress has persisted in using the little dog's name to secure her password at the T-Mobile site. Like many online service providers, T-Mobile. For Hilton's account, the secret question was "What is your favorite pet's name?
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