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Here's a new North Korean hacking threat to worry about – CNNMoney

Another group of North Korean hackers is now targeting major international companies, according to a new report. The group, dubbed Reaper, stepped up its efforts to spy on big South Korean conglomerates last year, cybersecurity research firm FireEye said in a report published Tuesday. “We’re talking multinationals, they have offices …

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States Seek To Prevent Election Hacking – NPR

States Seek To Prevent Election HackingNPRNPR’s Ari Shapiro speaks with Vermont Secretary of State and President-elect of the National Association of Secretaries of State Jin Condos, about state’s efforts to protect elections from hacking. Facebook; Twitter; Flipboard; Email. Get The Stories … Source link

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KillaMuvz jailed for selling hacking tools – Enterprise Times

Essex based cybercriminal Goncola Esteves, aka KillaMuvz has been jailed for 24 months. Esteves was charged with running a website (reFUD.me) that allowed hackers to test their code against anti-virus scanners. He also sold his own software tools that allowed cybercriminals to evade detection by security software. Esteves was arrested earlier …

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Indicted Russian denies US election hacking – The Hill

At least one of the 13 Russian individuals indicted by special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia probe MORE this week for conducting operations to influence voters in the 2016 U.S. election is denying blame.  Mikhail Burchik, who was named as the executive …

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Oriyomi Sadiq Aloba, hacking suspect, indicted over attack on Los Angeles County Superior Court – Washington Times

Washington Times Oriyomi Sadiq Aloba, hacking suspect, indicted over attack on Los Angeles County Superior CourtWashington TimesMr. Aloba, 32, allegedly compromised at least 18 different LASC employee email accounts last summer and then used those addresses to send approximately 2 million phishing messages, the Justice Department said Friday. Mr. Aloba …

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