The Dutch Public Prosecution Service has announced that the man suspected of launching a distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attack against the systems of Spamhaus has been extradited to the Netherlands.
The man, identified as 35-year-old SK, is believed to be Sven Olaf Kamphuis, aka CB3ROB, the owner of Cyberbunker. The Dutch citizen was arrested in late April near Barcelona, Spain.
According to Dutch publication WebWereld, the suspect has been jailed for 14 days. During this two-week period, the court will decide whether or not to extend the detention.
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Last week, we attended the 4th edition of Hack in the Box Amsterdam. During the security conference, the members of the world-renowned Evad3rs team, the ones responsible for developing iPhone jailbreaks, held a press conference.
We’ve filmed the entire press conference, so if you’re interested in learning what the guys said, check out the video.
The Federal Aviation Administration is strongly denying a claim made at a hacker conference in Amsterdam that airplane navigation systems can be hacked in-flight using a mobile phone application and some cheap software.
Security awareness training is an issue that has been and continues to be hotly debated both online and offline.
It is also a topic that seems a little out of place at the Hack in the Box conference in Amsterdam, but Bob Lord, Director of Information Security at Twitter, has raised some interesting points in his Thursday's keynote in which he shared his company's rather successful experiments regarding the matter.