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9 Years Prison, $1.7 Million Fine For Malicious Insider
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Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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4/21/2016 | 7:55:19 PM
Employee revenge
This is one of the differences between outside attackers and inside attackers.  When people ask which is the greater threat, it really depends upon the context and the motive.  Hell hath little fury like an employee or ex-employee scorned.
Whoopty
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Whoopty,
User Rank: Ninja
4/19/2016 | 7:48:57 AM
Only time
Instances like this are the only time I think hackers' names should be mentioned. If they're tried and convicted it's fine, but in the case of the alleged, or criminals that aren't apprehended, I'd like to see them remain unnamed so as to avoid giving them the publicity they are usually after.
Melvinchunter
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Melvinchunter,
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4/19/2016 | 6:56:53 AM
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