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Gun-toting security researcher’s exposé of the Target hack could become a feature film

21
Mar
2014

The security breach that compromised 40 million credit card numbers and data of 70 million Target customers last December could end up a part of a cyber-crime film produced by Sony and based on security researcher Brian Krebs who broke the story. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sonys purchased the rights to Reporting From the Web’s Underbelly, a profile on Krebs published last month in The New York Times. That piece went behind the scenes about Krebs uncovering of the security breaches against Target, Adobe, and Neiman Marcus.

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