Venezuelan doctor charged with selling ransomware used by Iranian group

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Venezuelan doctor charged with selling ransomware used by Iranian group

'Self-taught' programmer gave the world Jigsaw v2, Thanos.

A Venezuelan cardiologist who taught himself computer programming sold software that was used by an Iranian hacking group to attack Israeli companies, US prosecutors said on Monday in bringing criminal charges against him. Moises Zagala, 55, licensed his software to cybercriminals who deployed ...

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