Definitions

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  • noun A criminal gang that operates in cyberspace.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ gang

Examples

  • SAN FRANCISCO—A computer-hacking group that absorbed the notorious Lulz Security cybergang on Tuesday released a cache of files purportedly stolen from Vivendi SA's Universal Music Group and Viacom Inc., raising the stakes in a nearly two-month-old string of attacks that has compromised corporate and government websites around the world.

    Hackers Release Universal Music, Viacom Data

  • The fact that all corporations are at risk of being swallowed up in by aswelling wave of cyberattacks was highlightedlast week after security firm NetWitness grabbed headlines forpublicly disclosing the contents of the online storage trove of thelow-level Kneber cybergang.

    Intel discloses yet another corporate network breach

  • SAN FRANCISCO—A computer-hacking group that absorbed the notorious Lulz Security cybergang on Tuesday released a cache of files purportedly stolen from Vivendi SA's Universal Music Group and Viacom Inc., raising the stakes in a nearly two-month-old string of attacks that has compromised corporate and government websites around the world.

    Hackers Release Universal Music, Viacom Data

  • Only some cybergang found out he was a cop's Idd and thought he was trying to snitch 'em out.

    Forgetfulness

  • "Maybe he was in some cybergang with Phate and Shawn."

    Forgetfulness

  • After a year or so of hanging out online with various regulars he and Holloway realized that they'd become a cybergang -- a rather legendary one, as a matter of fact.

    Forgetfulness

  • In November 1999, an attorney for Forbes magazine, my employer at the time, informed me that the Department of Justice was planning to subpoena me to appear before a grand jury and testify at trial against members of a cybergang that had hacked The New York Times website a year earlier.

    Attacking the Fourth Estate

  • In November 1999, an attorney for Forbes magazine, my employer at the time, informed me that the Department of Justice was planning to subpoena me to appear before a grand jury and testify at trial against members of a cybergang that had hacked The New York Times website a year earlier.

    Attacking the Fourth Estate

  • “Maybe he was in some cybergang with Phate and Shawn.”

    The Blue Nowhere

  • By gaining access to the control servers used by the second cybergang, the researchers observed the theft of a wide range of material, including classified documents from the Indian government and sensitive reports taken from Indian military analysts and corporations, as well as documents from agencies of the United Nations and other governments.

    NDTV News - Top Stories

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