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Happy Monday Crunch, our Crunch-a-licious friends!
Our favorite part of Lorenzo’s excellent piece on how the feds busted a cybercrime forum: “​​In a spectacular snafu on the hacker’s part . . . the second piece of evidence came from Pompompurin himself. . . . He said he noticed a data breach posted on the site did not include ‘one of my old emails,’ which he looked up on the legitimate data breach notification site Have I Been Pwned.”
Go get ’em. Or, if your business is more of avoiding than getting, go avoid ’em!
— Christine and Haje
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