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The Krebs on Security news feed typically updates with just one or two stories per day. Some days have no updates. This feed is often mixed with Darknet and Dark Reading.

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Correcting the Record on vDOS Prosecutions

Published on 21st November, 2017, 1:11 PM

KrebsOnSecurity recently featured a story about a New Mexico man who stands accused of using the now-defunct vDOS attack-for-hire service to hobble the Web sites of several former employers. That piece stated that I wasn't aware of any other prosecutions related to vDOS customers, but as it happens there was a prosecution in the United Kingdom earlier this year of a man who's admitted to both using and helping to administer vDOS. Here's a look at some open-source clues that may have led to the U.K. man's arrest.

Fund Targets Victims Scammed Via Western Union

Published on 20th November, 2017, 2:25 PM

If you, a friend or loved one lost money in a scam involving Western Union, some or all of those funds may be recoverable thanks to a more than half-billion dollar program set up by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. 

R.I.P. root9B? We Hardly Knew Ya!

Published on 15th November, 2017, 2:25 PM

root9B, a company that many in the security industry considered little more than a big-name startup aimed at cashing in on the stock market's insatiable appetite for cybersecurity firms, surprised no one this week when it announced it was ceasing operations at the end of the year. Founded in 2011, Colorado Springs, Colo. based root9B Technologies touted itself as an IT security training firm staffed by an impressive list of ex-military leaders with many years of cybersecurity experience at the Department of Defense and National Security Agency (NSA). As it began to attract more attention from investors, root9B's focus shifted to helping organizations hunt for cyber intruders within their networks.

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