Tuesday, 10 April 2012 13:51

Former Intel Employee Pleads Guilty

A former Intel employee, Biswamohan Pani, pleaded guilty to five counts relating to the illegal download of confidential documents from Intel’s servers. From June 8 through June 11, he downloaded 13 “top secret” Intel design documents from the company’s servers in California, the indictment said.

He copied them from his Intel-issued laptop to an external drive so he could access the documents after he returned the laptop to Intel. He is said to have tried to access the servers again around June 13.

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Thursday, 26 March 2009 00:00

The World’s Malware Factory

With China’s economy cooling down, some of the country’s IT professionals are turning to cybercrime, according to a Beijing-based security expert. Speaking at the CanSecWest security conference last week, the CEO of Knownsec, a Beijing security company, said that while many Chinese workers may be feeling hard times, business is still booming in the country’s cybercrime industry.

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