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Yahoo cyberattack not state-sponsored, security firm says

Security firm InfoArmor Inc. dismissed reports claiming thatpeople behind Yahoo!Inc.'s cyberattack were state-sponsored.

In a Sept. 28 post on the firm's website, the security firmalso pointed out that a majority of the data was not legitimate, and wasmisrepresented in press reports.

Also, InfoArmor noted that while a state-sponsored party wasinvolved in one of the deals for the data, the other two transactions occurredwith cybercriminals who planned to "use the data for spam campaignsagainst global targets."