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Chinese Hackers Breach NY Times

January 30, 2013 | post a comment | Mark Russinovich

In a story that reads like it came strait out of Trojan Horse, the NY Times announced today that it has been infiltrated by Chinese hackers in a campaign that ran over the last several months since the Times readied a story on a the corruption of a Chinese official:… Read the Rest »

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Cyberattack on Saudi Oil Company Reads Like Zero Day

October 24, 2012 | post a comment | Mark Russinovich

On August 15 at exactly 11:08 a virus that had infected 30,000 computers of Saudi oil company Saudi Aramco woke up and deleted all the documents accessible to it, replacing the files with an image of a burning US flag. Sound familiar? If you read Zero Day, then it should,… Read the Rest »

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Al Qaeda Video Calls for Electronic Jihad

May 23, 2012 | post a comment | Mark Russinovich

The Senate Committe on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs released a video yesterday that Al Qaeda made last year calling for ‘Electronic Jihad’. It’s more evidence that Zero Day’s plot is an all too real threat: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/cyber-terrorism-al-qaeda-video-calls-electronic-jihad/story?id=16407875#.T70M7EXcPPY

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Webcast: Zero Day, A Non-Fiction View

May 6, 2012 | post a comment | Mark Russinovich

Mark makes the case for how his hit cyberthriller, Zero Day, is likely to be realized in non-fiction form in this 20-minute short version of his popular RSA Conference session:


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