U.S. Prosecutors Indict Chinese Hackers for Crimes 'Unprecedented' in Sophistication
Google will scan files for journalists, activists, new MrbMiner gang infects thousands of MSSQL servers, Microsoft makes its fuzzing tool public, Apple gives data to the feds and more
U.S. prosecutors released indictments against five Chinese hackers accused of breachintg more than 100 companies, think tanks, universities and governments around the world using massive schemes through which they allegedly stole source code and other data from their victims. Acting U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia Michael Sherwin called the scope of sophistication of the crimes by the members of the state-sponsored hacking group APT41 “really unprecedented.” Eric Geller of Politico has more.
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Google Will Scan Suspicious Files for Journalists, Activists
Google added to its Advanced Protection Program (APP) a new feature for its high-risk Chrome us…
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