On May 13, for instance, the indictment says that one of the hackers ran a Structured Query Language command to identify general details about an Equifax data table, then sampled a select number of records from the database.
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The first indictment accuses Huawei and its executives, including CFO Meng Wanzhou, of crimes including bank fraud, wire fraud, money laundering, and obstruction of justice related to alleged violations of sanctions forbidding the sale of US-made equipment to Iran.
The US Department of Justice on Monday unsealed a 13-count indictment against Huawei and its CFO, Meng Wanzhou, alleging the company misled banking partners about violations of US sanctions against Iran.
And while it highlights Sony, WannaCry, and the Bangladesh bank theft, it makes clear that the hacker’s activity extended far beyond those blockbuster incidents—and that it continues today.“The scope and damage of the computer intrusions perpetrated and caused by the subjects of this investigation, including Park, is virtually unparalleled,” reads the complaint.While the complaint singles out Park, prosecutors were also very clear that he did not act alone–an unsurprising fact given the magnitude of the operations.