Monday, February 17, 2014

VICTORIA'S SECRET SAFE AFTER HACKERS FAIL TO GAIN ACCESS

HACKERS WERE UNABLE TO PENETRATE UNDERWEAR SOFTWARE FIREWALL LEAVING VICTORIA'S SECRET SAFE

BRIDGEPORT

As first reported last Wednesday, Victoria's Secret has been under siege from unknown hackers trying to breach a firewall, which would have brought their underwear department down.  Victoria's Secret spokesman Lon Geray issued a statement early this morning saying "This could have been a blushing moment for us, but thanks to the diligent work by our undergarment  team, Victoria's Secret is safe!"

Lacey Dee heard a noise in
her computer.
In computer lingo, a back door in their system was open,  leaving hackers an easy entry point. Luckily a department supervisor,  Lacey Dee heard a hacking noise coming from her desktop computer and alerted Victoria's Secret Computer Police.
Dee, a newer employee and former dancer who had just been promoted to department supervisor, was credited with keeping the system bug free. "I know all about hackers," she was quoted as saying, "I've been hacked before."
CHANNEL 1 NEWS plans to run a story on Dee in a future issue.  Happily for shoppers, Bridgeport's Victoria's Secret plans to reopen in the morning.

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