In Pictures: 20 infamous hacker security vendor break-ins

Here are 20 of the most notorious known break-ins over the past decade.

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In 2012, source code used in older Symantec enterprise security products, Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.0 and Symantec AntiVirus 10.2, as well as older versions of pcAnywhere and Norton Internet Security, was exposed online by hackers calling themselves Lords of Dharmaraja with a leader named Yama Tough in Mumbai. The gang claimed to obtain the code from a third-party associated with the Indian military. Symantec, acknowledging the authenticity of the source code, also said the hackers had been vainly trying to extract an extortion payment of about $50,000 in exchange for not posting the stolen code. Symantec also acknowledged a breach of its servers in 2006.

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