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US Indicts Hacker From Turkey For Cyberattack on US Hotel Chain - Justice Dept.

Urdu Point 29 Sep 2021
WASHINGTON (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 29th September, 2021) A hacker believed to be living in Turkey faces up to 10 years in prison for a denial-of-service attack on a multinational hotel chain ...
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T-Mobile customers are left feeling frustrated as hacker comes forward, calling the company's security 'awful'

Business Insider 28 Aug 2021
Drew Angerer/Getty Images An American man living in Turkey claims to be the hacker behind a massive T-Mobile breach, the Wall Street Journal reported ... "Their security is awful," John Binns, a 21-year-old American who now lives in Turkey, told The Wall Street Journal on Friday, claiming to be the hacker behind the breach ... ....
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T-Mobile CEO 'truly sorry' for hack

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 28 Aug 2021
Sievert's statement follows a Thursday report in the Wall Street Journal in which John Binns, a 21-year-old American hacker living in Turkey, told the newspaper he was responsible for the hack and blamed T-Mobile's lax security for making it possible.
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T-Mobile CEO says “truly sorry” for hack of 50M users’ data

Federal News Radio 28 Aug 2021
Sievert’s statement follows a Thursday report in the Wall Street Journal in which John Binns, a 21-year-old American hacker living in Turkey, told the newspaper he was responsible for the hack and blamed T-Mobile’s lax security for making it possible.
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T-Mobile CEO tells customers he is 'truly sorry' for hack which exposed 50MILLION users' data ...

The Daily Mail 27 Aug 2021
T-Mobile's top executive is apologizing for a ‘malicious cyberattack’ that exposed 50 million users' data to hackers ... A 21-year-old American hacker living in Turkey has claimed responsibility for the data theft, and told The Wall Street Journal that he used an unprotected router to access the personal records of T-Mobile customers.
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T-Mobile CEO says "truly sorry" for hack of 50M users' data

Seattle PI 27 Aug 2021
Sievert's statement follows a Thursday report in the Wall Street Journal in which John Binns, a 21-year-old American hacker living in Turkey, told the newspaper he was responsible for the hack and blamed T-Mobile’s lax security for making it possible.
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T-Mobile hacker slams company security as 'awful' Renovated Headquarters

TechRadar 27 Aug 2021
As first reported by The Wall Street Journal, 21-year-old American hacker John Binns who now lives in Turkey told the news outlet that he was responsible for hacking T-Mobile and provided evidence showing how he could access user accounts on the company's systems.
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Hack of 50M users’ data from T-Mobile hit a router in East Wenatchee

The Spokesman-Review 27 Aug 2021
Sievert’s statement follows a Thursday report in the Wall Street Journal in which John Binns, a 21-year-old American hacker living in Turkey, told the newspaper he was responsible for the hack and blamed T-Mobile’s lax security for making it possible.
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T-Mobile hacker lambasts carrier’s security measures

Digital Trends 27 Aug 2021
Going by the name “John Binns,” the hacker, apparently a 21-year-old American who moved to Turkey several years ago, contacted the Wall Street Journal via messaging app Telegram and discussed details of the attack before it became widely known. Binns said he used a known tool designed to locate unprotected routers to launch the hack ... ....
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T-Mobile CEO 'truly sorry' for hack of 50M users' data

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 27 Aug 2021
Sievert’s statement follows a Thursday report in the Wall Street Journal in which John Binns, a 21-year-old American hacker living in Turkey, told the newspaper he was responsible for the hack and blamed T-Mobile’s lax security for making it possible.
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Consumers hit brakes on spending; Southwest Air is cutting its flights in scheduling reboot

The Post and Courier 27 Aug 2021
Sievert's statement followed a report in the Wall Street Journal about John Binns, a 21-year-old American hacker living in Turkey, who told the newspaper he was responsible for the hack and blamed T-Mobile's lax security for making it possible.
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American hacker, 21, claims he used unprotected router to break into T-Mobile's systems and access ...

The Daily Mail 26 Aug 2021
The hacker who claims ... John Binns, a 21-year-old American hacker living in Turkey, told the Wall Street Journal that he had used an unprotected router to access personal records of T-Mobile customers.
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Malware attacks in Mideast surge 17% to 161m in H1

Gulf Daily News 16 Aug 2021
Maher Yamout, Senior Security Researcher for Middle East, Turkey and Africa at Kaspersky said. “Even though the scourge of malware has always been of concern, the past 12-months have highlighted how hackers are refocusing their efforts to compromise consumer and corporate systems and gain access to critical data and information.
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Deeds Recorded July 14-21, 2021

The Sentinel Echo 06 Aug 2021
July 14. • Joanne Roberts and William Roberts Jr. to William Roberts Jr. and Joanne Roberts, 8 acres on KY 80; survivorship deed, no monetary consideration. • James D. Howard and Chelsea R ... by state minister James Tood, to The Park Place First Church of God, by George Hacker, Lots 12 through 25 in Kane Turkey Inn Tract; gift, no monetary consideration ... .
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Turkish Group Hacked Biden’s Website to Undermine His Presidential Election

Asbarez 19 May 2021
“The Turkish hackers posted a nationalist and Islamist message that by and large repeated the narrative often promoted by ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) officials in Turkey, led by President Erdogan,” Bozkurt wrote ...Hackers acting in Turkey’s interests believed ...
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