Sunday, 29 January , 2023

Cyberwar

Vladimir Putin blames U.S. for global cyber attack

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday blamed the U.S. for the global cyber attack that hit 150 countries since Friday and has crippled computer...

Global Cyberattack: Are Private Interests Using States?

The global cyberattack, the NSA and Washington’s war propaganda against Russia By Bill Van Auken The cyberattack that hit some 200,000 computers around the world...

U.S. military cyber operation to attack ISIS last year sparked heated...

By Ellen Nakashima A secret global operation by the Pentagon late last year to sabotage the Islamic State’s online videos and propaganda sparked fierce debate...

North Korean missile launch possibly sabotaged

An unidentified North Korean ballistic missile exploded seconds after it was launched Sunday, April 16, from a site near the port city of Sinpo,...

Snowden on NSA and Cyberwar

https://twitter.com/snowden/status/850770040819523586

“New Yorker” on the New Cold War

By I.Soft Targets On April 12, 1982, Yuri Andropov, the chairman of the K.G.B., ordered foreign-intelligence operatives to carry out “active measures”—aktivniye meropriyatiya—against the reëlection...

Hacking Mysteries turned into spying ones

In the days since it emerged that four men had been arrested on treason charges linked to cyber intelligence and Russia's domestic security agency,...

A Shakeup in Russia’s Top Cybercrime Unit

By Kerbs on Security Original post date: 17 January 2017 A chief criticism I heard from readers of my book, Spam Nation: The Inside Story of...

Top Democrats attack Trump

The push to delegitimize the election results continued after a trio of top Senate Democrats called for a nonpartisan commission to investigate allegations that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election. Sens. Ben Cardin (Md.), Dianne Feinstein (Calif.) and Patrick Leahy (Vt.), the top Democrats on the Foreign Relations, Intelligence and Judiciary committees, back the creation an independent commission with 18 months to report its findings The Hill reports.

CIA working on ‘clandestine’ cyberattack against Russia – report

The CIA is reportedly planning a “clandestine” cyberattack on Russia, in retaliation for its alleged efforts to influence the US elections against Hillary Clinton. The “wide-ranging operation” is meant to “embarrass” Russia’s leadership, NBC News reported. “Current and former officials,” who the report claims have direct knowledge of the situation, say the CIA has been tasked with providing options to the White House.