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FBI Joins Global Effort To Find 'GameOver Zeus' Hacker

June 3, 2014
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The FBI and several global authorities want to bring to justice the man responsible for the GameOver Zeus botnet and Cyptolocker malware. Video provided by Newsy

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Reuters - Business Video Online (June 6, 2014) — Described as one of the most sophisticated computer viruses ever, Gameover Zeus has been used to steal millions of dollars around the world from individuals and businesses. Authorities have disrupted the virus but say users have just two weeks before it strikes again. Ivor Bennett reports on the growing threat of cyber crime. Video provided by Reuters
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Penitent Romanian Hacker Aims to Protect World's ATMs

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Reuters (May 20, 2013) — A Romanian hacker serving a prison term for manipulating automated teller machines (ATMs) says he has invented a device that can make the world's cash dispensers impregnable even to tech-savvy criminals.
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