Russian Spys Hacked Nasdaq Computers, Planted "Bomb" – ValueWalk Premium

Russian Spys Hacked Nasdaq Computers, Planted "Bomb"

Russia’s official intelligence agency was accused of hacking into the Nasdaq stock market’s critical computer infrastructure in 2010 and planted a digital time bomb on their servers, a report from Bloomberg released today says.


Nasdaq computers touched by the dirty swamp
The event took place in what was called “the dirty swamp” of Nasdaq’s computer banks and touched the most critical technology the exchange had . . .

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