A shift in perspectives in Russia over the last 18 months means the country has ceased to be a safe haven for cybercrime. Crackdowns on e-crime have taken place in the past, most notably the successful prosecution of the extortionists who were behind denial-of-service attacks against online bookmakers. However, the perception …
Yeah right.. a lack of kit. And not corruption or complicity then?
Re: Yeah right..
I don't think they lack complicity or corruption. What's your point?
What a Surprise
After years of allowing crooks to build up their networks and perfect their technique, Russian officials are shocked to learn that they are turning to easier prey, closer to home. In other news, barn doors should be closed before livestock leaves.
I thought the whole point was in Russia anything you did could never get you extradited. (But there was no such thing when it came to internal stuff.)
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