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25 Years Later: Looking Back at the First Great (Cyber) Bank Heist
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1/3/2019 | 9:37:25 AM
What 25 years brings
No ransomware back then.  My first real network job was in 1998 with Aon when I was that greatest of all certifications - CNE - for Novell servers.  Hackers were rare back then and the first virus we ever got hit with was the famous Anna Kournikova picture - which did some damage to Aon files.  THAT was the biggie and then again so was not Y2K as we all sadly remember.  The Citibank theft made some new because it was new and weird, but today .... sadly .... we are far worse off, just say Equifax. 

Added thought - an actuary at Aon rec'd Anna Kournikovia pic and upon investigation, started to move mouse to OPEN IT UP.  I told him that if he opens it I would terminate IT support forever.  "Oh, I shouldn't do that?"   EGAD.  Users sometimes just want to see what it DOES.   Curiosity killed the cat. 


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