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Things Are about to Get a Lot More Confusing for Cybercriminals

by | Jan 15, 2020 | Current Threats



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There are three boxes on a table. Two are made of cardboard and sealed with packaging tape. The third is made of steel with a series of locks blocking entry. Obviously, you think, as an imaginary criminal, the goods are in the steel box. After successfully picking the locks, you realize there’s nothing inside. As you stare into the empty box, authorities grab your arms from behind and, all of a sudden, you’re in handcuffs.

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Source: http://www.homelandsecuritynewswire.com/dr20200114-things-are-about-to-get-a-lot-more-confusing-for-cybercriminals