U.S. Anti-Virus, Russian Hackers Want to Sell Their Source Code

defensegod On May 12, arstechnica said Fxmsp was a Russian organization that destroyed private business and government information, and since March, Fxmsp has claimed to hold exclusive source code related to software development from three major U.S. antivirus companies on a cybercrime forum. The group recently claimed to have developed a botnet of credentials capable of infecting targets and leaking sensitive data, and in a matter of weeks, it compromised the networks of some security companies and gained long-term access. The organization sells source code and network access to the company for $300,000 and provides samples. Fxmsp has earned about $1 million over the past two years through hacking corporate networks, according to senior experts.

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