Can’t hack it: US court orders hackers to leave Microsoft computers & trademarks alone

Preview An alleged Russian hacking group has been permanently banned from hacking Microsoft computers or using their trademarks, after Microsoft won a major US court victory. Now the tech giant is legally entitled to “command and control” the hackers’ domains.

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