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Dutch police post 'friendly' warnings on hacking forums after Emotet takedown

The messages were posted following "Operation Ladybird," during which law enforcement agencies across several countries intervened to take down Emotet, one of today's largest botnets.

Dutch police played a crucial role in the Emotet takedown after its officers seized two of three key Emotet command and control servers that were hosted in the Netherlands.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/dutch-police-post-friendly-warnings-on-hacking-forums/

Re: Dutch police post 'friendly' warnings on hacking forums after Emotet takedown

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Dang, never seen them post like that so openly and blatantly in a hacking forum before. Normally they stay undercover.

 

Re: Dutch police post 'friendly' warnings on hacking forums after Emotet takedown

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They are technologically advanced compared to the police of most other countries, they even have an .onion domain - politiepcvh42eav.onion