Microsoft says disrupts cybercrime rings with roots in Kuwait, Algeria
The operation, which began on Monday under an order issued by a federal court in Nevada, targeted traffic involving malicious software known as Bladabindi and Jenxcus, which Microsoft said work in similar ways and were written and distributed by developers in Kuwait and Algeria.
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#1 Jul 1, 2014
ahmed baghadood bin bahaloool must be the master mind
i wonder why microsoft seems keen on playing the law lately. theyve got nothing better to do?
#2 Jul 1, 2014
if it ain't microsoft who else we expect? law enforcement agencies ain't no resourceful and capable as microsoft - as far as i kno they only get involved if the case generates much publicity
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