[SecurityWeek] Four Eastern Europeans Admit in U.S. Court to Providing Bulletproof Hosting

Four individuals from Eastern Europe have pleaded guilty in a United States court to their roles in a RICO conspiracy. Between 2008 and 2015, the four individuals provided “bulletproof hosting” services that threat actors employed for cyberattacks on entities in the United States.

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[NCSC-NL] Preventing, limiting and recovering from a ransomware attack

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