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Saudi Arabia "Davos in the Desert" website hacked with image of Jamal Khashoggi being executed by crown prince
Australia, like the US, has banned Huawei from their 5G networks.
"Before we had Armed Forces, wars and confrontations between armies, today a hacker can affect our lives at home, in the bank or in electricity," said Israel's ambassador to Mexico, Jonathan Peled.
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McKinsey identified prominent online critics of Saudi govt policies and sent their names to the government in a report. Govt arrested one, arrested the brothers of another (who was living abroad)
WikiLeaks is accusing Ecuador of cutting off Assange's access to the outside world.
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Facebook will combat fake news accounts on platform ahead of midterms
3 day ago
Infographic explaining Russia's cyber capabilities
Twitter suspended a network of suspected Twitter bots that pushed pro-Saudi Arabia talking points about the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the past week.
A Finnish judge has exceeded the prosecutor's request in punishing two men for defaming and harassing a journalist for her work exposing Russian propaganda and trolls. @JessikkaAro will also receive amends of €136,000 for their four years of hellish stalking.
Influential Facebook shareholders back proposal to remove Zuckerberg as chairman
@TWITTER just published the full dataset of tweets from the Russian and Iranian troll farms. 9 million Russian tweets. 1 million Iranian tweets.
Latest signs of GRU hacking, this time infecting companies in Ukraine and Poland with new GreyEnergy malware.
Several Russian citizens were detained in Czechia, suspected in cyberattacks
Myanmar's military, which assigned 700 troops to post incendiary propaganda about Rohingya on Facebook, had been sending personnel to Russia for training in psychological warfare and hacking
1 week ago
Seller is asking $42,200 for all 19 US state voter databases
Sky News: British military files and secrets have been hacked dozens of times over the past year through piracy ops
The 4 Russian GRU agents thrown out by the Dutch last April were not mounting a cyber attack on the OPCW, but instead carrying out "a routine mundane check" to verify the security of the Russian embassy phone lines, the Russian ambassador to Hague says.
Britain, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Romania, Finland and Estonia urge EU to expand the scope of its sanctions government to include cyber attacks: memo
The SBU received more evidences of the aggressive actions of Russian intelligence services against Ukraine using a controlled hacker group responsible for conducting cyberattacks on critical infrastructure sites with BlackEnergy and NotPetya
1 week ago
Bitcoin tumbles as much as 7% as cryptocurrencies join the global market rout
France asks Google to pull photos of prisons after daring helicopter jailbreak
Google drops out of Pentagon's $10 billion cloud competition, saying the project may conflict with its corporate values
Russia has carried out cyber attacks on Latvia's foreign and defense apparatus and other state institutions, a Latvian intelligence agency said on Monday
Google says shutting down Google+ for consumers - Reuters
Google exposed the private data of "at least hundreds of thousands" of users of its social network Google+ and "opted not to disclose the issue this past spring" - Dow Jones / CNBC
Russia to summon Dutch ambassador over cyber-attack claims: Russian news agencies
2 week ago
Apple is sending journalists the DHS statement on the Bloomberg/China chip story. DHS also says, like U.K., it has no reason to doubt statements from companies refuting the story
The pro-Kremlin Harmony party looked set to hold the balance of power in Latvia's general election, with a public exit poll showing them ahead of liberals in a ballot tarnished by a hackers' attack on the country's top social network
Apple's general counsel said he personally contacted FBI's GC about the Supermicro story. "He said, 'I've never heard of this, but give me 24 hours to make sure.' He called me back 24 hours later and said 'Nobody here knows what this story is about.'"
2 week ago
On the GRU hacking scandal: the pro-Kremlin press slams Western "spy-mania". But one Russian paper, writing up the story, accuses the Kremlin of "putting at risk the economy, foreign relations and the reputation of Russians."