Futurons

Login et outils

FBI Foils Russian Hack at Tesla Factory

 — 27 août 2020
The sharp-eyed bloggers at Electrek noticed a fascinating drop today: an FBI complaint detailing how the feds helped foil a plot by Russian hackers to target the electric carmaker’s Nevada Gigafactory with a massive ransomware hack and data breach.

According to the complaint, a 27-year-old Russian hacker named Egor Igorevich Kriuchkov traveled to the United States this summer, where he sought out an anonymous Tesla employee who spoke Russian.

After socializing with the unnamed employee, Kriuchkov made an eyebrow-raising offer — saying he’d pay the insider $1 million to introduce malware into the company’s internal computer systems.

The employee, though, didn’t take the bait. Instead, according to the FBI, he notified his employer, which looped in the FBI. Then the FBI helped set up a sting operation in which the employee recorded communications and other evidence.

Mots-clés : Cybersécurité

Dérive

Laissez vous dériver… choisissez votre prochaine étape

2022-03-30T110337Z_1_LYNXNPEI2T0JQ_RTROPTP_4_INDIA-TECH-INTERNET-e1656311957437-2
Unmanned 5G-enabled airship completes test flight in Southwest China
Les déplacements liés au changement climatique ne sont plus une hypothèse, mais une réalité actuelle.
The race is on to bioengineer carbon-neutral, recyclable, biodegradable, and affordable materials
p-1-why-amazonand8217s-and8220dead-grandmaand8221-alexa-is-just-the-beginning-for-voice-cloning
MadeWithReishi12_Photography-by-Jesse-Green_Courtesy-of-MycoWorks
Et si demain, votre montre remplaçait votre psy ?
A global atomic renaissance
cite-foret
Arkive aims to build the first 'decentralized, physical museum'
Chronoswoop, A New Time-Travel App, Reviewed
Des scientifiques créent des bâtiments imprimés en 3D en terre
proteus_fabien-cousteau
WEB_Digital_Detox-029
"Smart drugs", quand des drogues prétendent améliorer le cerveau