Top CyberSecurity News For 28th May 2016

  1. North Korea Linked With Hacks Stealing From BanksFrom US News And World Report. Network security researchers have linked cyber attacks that stole millions of dollars from Asian banks to hacking incidents attributed to North Korea, raising questions as to whether the cash-strapped hermit kingdom is seeking new ways to replenish its coffers.

  2. Did the Clinton Email Server Have an Internet-Based Printer?From Krebs On Security. The Associated Press today points to a remarkable footnote in a recent State Department inspector general report on the Hillary Clinton email scandal: The mail was managed from the vanity domain “clintonemail.com.” But here’s a potentially more explosive finding: A review of the historic domain registration records for that domain indicates that whoever built the private email server for the Clintons also had the not-so-bright idea of connecting it to an Internet-based printer. 

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