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  • noun Plural form of cyberattacker.

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  • At the same time, a critical part of the new strategy is to improve the defenses of the military's computer networks to ensure that cyberattackers are quickly identified and get little of benefit when they strike.

    Cyberwar Plan Has New Focus on Deterrence

  • Google has declined comment on a Washington Post report that it has asked the secretive National Security Agency to help track down the cyberattackers who breached its network, along with dozens of other big corporations.

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  • Google has declined comment on a Washington Post report that it has asked the National Security Agency to help track down the cyberattackers who recently breached its databases.

    Google's alleged tie-up with NSA raises concerns

  • In response to reports that the Pentagon's first cyberstrategy, due for release soon, concludes an Internet attack could be grounds for a military response, Mr. Li said the strategy "appears to be a warning to potential cyberattackers on the U.S. of the consequences, but is fundamentally an attempt of the U.S. to maintain its unparalleled global military superiority."

    Beijing Fires Back at Google

  • Yet the cyberattackers who breached Google's network, and some 30 other tech, financial and media corporations, used conventional messaging trickery and infection methods.

    Google's alleged tie-up with NSA raises concerns

  • However, the timing of the attacks, just hours after the Russian military incursion began, suggests the Russian government may have at least indirectly coordinated with the cyberattackers, Mr. Bumgarner's report concluded.

    Hackers Stole IDs for Attacks

  • Why is it any worse to train cyberattackers for cyberoffense?

    CNN Transcript Nov 12, 2009

  • Backed broadly by conservative older lawmakers who are increasingly wary of growing Internet abuses by technology-savvy youngsters, the ruling party is currently proposing a new measure requiring real names in more chat-room postings and replies — an idea designed to track and punish malicious cyberattackers.

    When Words Kill

  • But now, we're subject to attack from terrorists, from cyberattackers and indeed, from ballistic missiles, and we have to put our guard up.

    CNN Transcript Sep 12, 2001

  • The other side is that Stuxnet demonstrates heretofore unseen capabilities of cyberattackers, many of whom aren't playing for our side.

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