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Hackers Steal $31 Million From Russia's Central Bank
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No SOPA
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User Rank: Ninja
12/5/2016 | 7:47:23 PM
An Unfortunate Crime
I think what makes this the most unfortunate of crimes is that no matter what B$ various governments put each other through, and no matter who enlists cybercriminals to do dirty work for them, honest people are still going to get hurt.  All the worse when beefs between countries inspire criminal acts that are made to seem like foreign attacks.  We can't let honest people be left helpless and brought to financial ruin so easily.  The security industry should be able to do better, even to the point of preventing the very people who hire security analysts from doing harm within their own environments.  Yeah, sounds a little weird when you say it out loud, but there's some brainstorming to do on that one, still. 
Cerber 5
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Cerber 5,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/5/2016 | 1:56:52 PM
Re: Hackers Steal $31 Million From Russia's Central Bank
2 billions doesn't sound like "failed to obtain" :))


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