ALM CEO Biderman declined to talk about details associated with the ongoing company’s research, which he characterized as ongoing and fast-moving.

But he did claim that the event was the job of somebody whom at the very least at onetime had genuine, inside use of the company’s networks — possibly a former worker or specialist.

The message left behind by the attackers gives something of a shout out to ALM’s director of security as if to support this theory.

“Our one apology would be to Mark Steele (Director of safety),” the manifesto reads. Continue reading ALM CEO Biderman declined to talk about details associated with the ongoing company’s research, which he characterized as ongoing and fast-moving.