Security Expert Brian Krebs Faced A Real-Life SWATing After Posting About Russian Cybercrime Site

Security Expert Brian Krebs Faced A Real-Life SWATing After Posting About Russian Cybercrime Site

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New Security writer Brian Krebs’ phone was spoofed and a SWAT team was called to his home last week by hackers who apparently took offense at his investigations into various online hacking organizations. His website also suffered a denial of service attack for a short period. The attacks came after Krebs...
Security Expert Brian Krebs Faced A Real-Life SWATing After Posting About Russian Cybercrime Site
                                       

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