Cybersecurity Firm Lets Clients Chase Hackers Back
Palo Alto-headquartered Cymmetria unveiled a "hack back" software that pushes up against the limits of U.S. law
Raphael Kahan | 09:42 27.10.2017
Palo Alto, California-headquartered cybersecurity firm Cymmetria Inc. released a new software tool to hack into the computer of a cyber attacker, a legally delicate maneuver known as a “hack back.”
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Let me just laugh at this one. Over simplificatio. "Hackers are just dummys sitting at a shooting gallery"