American Cyber Security Firm FireEye Denies Hacking Chinese Military
In a new book, New York Times reporter David Sanger made the explosive claim that cybersecurity firm Mandiant hacked into the laptops of Chinese military hackers. Now FireEye, which owns Mandiant, has vehemently denied the claims.
Ex-NSA Director Says Companies Should Never Hack Back Because They Could Start Wars
Keith Alexander, the retired general who headed the NSA for nine years, is not a fan of letting companies go after hackers.
Hackers' Own Tools Are Full of Vulnerabilities
The flaws could allow a hacking victim to strike back, and perhaps learn who else the attacker is targeting, or clues on who exactly the hackers are.
This UK Company Is Making It Easier for Private Companies to 'Hack Back'
As the US considers legislation that would allow companies to strike-back against hackers, a UK firm is already making that step a little bit easier.