Did U.S. Charge Klyushin to Reveal 2016 DNC Hack Info?

Did U.S. Charge Klyushin to Reveal 2016 DNC Hack Info?

Vladislav Klyushin is thought to be helping feds learn more about the 2016 DNC breach. But something doesn’t add up ...
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Russia, China, Iran Meddle in 2020 Election (Unsurprisingly)

It comes as no surprise to hear that Russia is up to its old tricks. China and Iran are also in on the game ...
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Drovorub: Russia Pushing Invisible Malware, say NSA and FBI

Fancy Bear is at it again. This time, it’s said to be infecting Linux machines with Drovorub—rootkit malware that’s very hard to detect ...
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Russia’s GRU Military Unit Behind Previously Unknown Linux Malware, NSA Says

Russia’s GRU Military Unit Behind Previously Unknown Linux Malware, NSA Says

The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have revealed the existence of a new piece of malware named Drovorub, most likely developed by a military unit of ...
Austria Repels Foreign State-Sponsored Attempt to Hack Foreign Ministry

Austria Repels Foreign State-Sponsored Attempt to Hack Foreign Ministry

Austria’s Foreign Ministry fought off a cyberattack over the weekend that it says was likely directed by a foreign state. The ministry said the attack started on Jan. 4 and might continue ...
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Czech Republic Blames Russia for Yearlong Email Breach

The Czech government’s Security Information Service (BIS) revealed in a report that hackers associated with the Russian government are responsible for an email breach, compromising the email system of the country’s Ministry ...
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Cyber Security Roundup for November 2018

One of the largest data breaches in history was announced by Marriott Hotels at the end of November. A hack was said to have compromised up to a mind-blowing "half a Billion" ...
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APT28 Pulls Out New Malware Cannon

The notorious Russian cyberespionage group known as APT28, Fancy Bear and Sofacy is targeting government organizations using a new Trojan program called Cannon. Researchers from Palo Alto Networks detected new spear-phishing campaigns ...
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Cyber Security Roundup for October 2018

Aside from Brexit, Cyber Threats and Cyber Attack accusations against Russia are very much on the centre stage of UK government's international political agenda at the moment. The government publically accused Russia's ...
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APT28 Gets the Spotlight, But Turla Remains Russia’s Elite Hacking Unit

Over the past two years, the Russian cyberespionage group known as APT28, Sofacy or Fancy Bear, has been the focus of many press reports, threat analyses, Western intelligence investigations and, more recently, ...
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