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Alleged Gozi Trojan Creator Among Three Charged by Authorities
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PJS880,
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2/2/2013 | 5:23:39 PM
re: Alleged Gozi Trojan Creator Among Three Charged by Authorities






My Information Securities
professor always said to use your powers for good and not evil. It appears that
this is what she was referring to. It also sounds like they are trying to make
examples of these guys, That is an awful longtime in prison, George Tubin was
right 60-95 years in prison definitely is a clear message.

Paul Sprague

InformationWeek Contributor

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kjhiggins
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1/24/2013 | 3:45:17 PM
re: Alleged Gozi Trojan Creator Among Three Charged by Authorities
So true--Gozi is still alive and well.

Kelly Jackson Higgins, Senior Editor
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Larry Seltzer - UBM Tech
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Larry Seltzer - UBM Tech,
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1/24/2013 | 1:02:19 AM
re: Alleged Gozi Trojan Creator Among Three Charged by Authorities
Yeah, it's good news, but unlike most criminal conspiracies, when you bust the perps in a bank trojan ring the victims keep piling up. At least at some level


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