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Ukrainian hacker sentenced in U.S. to 41 months in prison
Sergey Vovnenko, whose aliases included "Flycracker" and "Darklife," was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Esther Salas in Newark, New Jersey, after pleading guilty last year to aggravated identity theft and conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The sentence was confirmed by the office of U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman in New Jersey, which said Vovnenko was also ordered to pay $83,368 in restitution. Vovnenko's lawyer, Timothy Anderson, said he was pleased the sentence was not longer than what the judge imposed, adding that his client could be released in a few months if he receives credit for all 32 months he has already spent in custody.

 
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Michael Anton is the most interesting man in the White House

The former aide for President George W. Bush is credited with writing the ?source code? for the Trump administration.



 
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Michael Anton is the most interesting man in the White House

The former aide for President George W. Bush is credited with writing the ?source code? for the Trump administration.



 
ENTERPRISE 
Michael Anton is the most interesting man in the White House

The former aide for President George W. Bush is credited with writing the ?source code? for the Trump administration.



 
 
     
     
     
     
     
     
   
 
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New York state cyber security regulation to take effect March 1
NEW YORK/BOSTON (Reuters) - New York state on Thursday announced final regulations requiring banks and insurers to meet minimum cyber-security standards and report breaches to regulators as part of an effort to combat a surge in cyber crime and limit damages to consumers. The rules, in the works since 2014, followed a series of high-profile data breaches that resulted in losses of hundreds of millions of dollars to U.S. companies, including Target Corp, Home Depot Inc and Anthem Inc . "These strong, first-in-the-nation protections will help ensure this industry has the necessary safeguards in place" to protect businesses and clients "from the serious economic harm caused by these devastating cyber-crimes," Governor Andrew Cuomo said in a statement.

Linux/Open Source
Michael Anton is the most interesting man in the White House

The former aide for President George W. Bush is credited with writing the ?source code? for the Trump administration.




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Michael Anton is the most interesting man in the White House

The former aide for President George W. Bush is credited with writing the ?source code? for the Trump administration.




Computer Security, Viruses & Worms
Ukrainian hacker sentenced in U.S. to 41 months in prison
Sergey Vovnenko, whose aliases included "Flycracker" and "Darklife," was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Esther Salas in Newark, New Jersey, after pleading guilty last year to aggravated identity theft and conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The sentence was confirmed by the office of U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman in New Jersey, which said Vovnenko was also ordered to pay $83,368 in restitution. Vovnenko's lawyer, Timothy Anderson, said he was pleased the sentence was not longer than what the judge imposed, adding that his client could be released in a few months if he receives credit for all 32 months he has already spent in custody.

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