3 December 2021
Joint Chiefs chairman General Milley says the military focus on space and cyber — especially with China's rise — is akin to the time between WWI and II, when the world saw the military application of aircraft, mechanized vehicles and the radio
Four foreign companies added to the Entity List "for engaging in activities contrary to the national security or foreign policy interests" of the US, announces @StateDept
The U.S. has blacklisted the Israeli spyware company NSO Group after determining its phone-hacking tools were used to "maliciously target" government officials, journalists, businesspeople and activists, among others
The Biden administration notified the Israeli government only an hour in advance of its announcement about blacklisting Israeli Cyber spying companies NSO group and Candiru, Israeli official tells
Gen. Milley says cyberattacks against the United States take place "millions of times a day" and hacks against the Pentagon happening at an "astronomical" level
1 month ago
Possible cyber attack disrupts healthcare services in Canada - minister
Facebook says it will shut down its face-recognition system and delete faceprints of more than 1 billion people
Facebook says it will shut down facial recognition within weeks
The National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) has suffered what two sources have described to The Record as a "destructive" cyberattack Incident is currently being investigated as a wiper rather than ransomware
1 month ago
Russian carder/hacker Sergei Pavlovich has been detained by police in St. Petersburg, where he's been living openly for years (and bragging about his exploits)
[email protected] had blocked the account & @YouTube channel of Lukashenka's Investigative Committee. The IC was involved in repressions towards the civil society of Belarus & published videos of detainees' testimonies, filmed obviously under duress
FB took down a troll farm in Nicaragua, run by the Nicaraguan government and the FSLN party.
1 month ago
Microsoft: macOS flaw could have let attackers install undetectable malware
Israeli official says Prime Minister Bennett and French President Macron agreed that Israel and France will put the NSO cyberespionage scandal behind them "and look ahead and strengthen cooperation"
The White House passed the Kremlin names of Russian hackers who attacked US agencies, testing if Putin will arrest them, report says
It's Monday morning in Sudan where internet has now been largely cut off for a week since a military coup targeted the country's leadership. The disruption stifles public discourse and limits press freedom at a critical time for the country's future.
Hackers break into the servers of Israeli internet hosting company Cyberserve, promptly turning them off and threatening to leak data. Hebrew-language media reports allege the Black Shadow is an Iran-backed group
China's Pax Global says FBI, Homeland Security raided subsidiary office in Florida
NSA warns of threat actors compromising entire 5G networks via cloud systems
1 month ago
Roskomnadzor has restricted access to the website of the Proekt outlet, recognized in Russia as an undesirable organization
A ransomware gang believed to have Russian connections claims it's hacked the NRA, posting files it allegedly stole. The NRA's receiving email server reported an error when @shanvav got in touch. but spox told no comment on the phone
A group calling itself "predatory sparrow" has claimed today's nationwide cyber-attack on Iran's petrol stations, also claiming responsibility for a similar attack on Iran's railway network earlier this year. The claims are unconfirmed and must be treated with caution
Real-time network data confirm that mobile internet in Sudan is largely shut down again following a temporary restoration in the 35th hour although users were briefly able to post images/videos during the reconnection; incident ongoing
Iran's semiofficial ISNA news agency said it saw those trying to buy fuel with a government-issued card through fuel machines instead receive a message reading "cyberattack 64411," the phone number to government Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's office
IRGC Telegram channel confirms a cyber attack has completely shut down the country's "smart fuel system"
Al-Burhan: Internet service will gradually return
Iran says cyberattack blocks fuel distribution at gas stations
Video from Esfahan showing hacked boards asking "Khamenei where is our fuel?"
Many Iranian sites report a cyber attack against gas stations in Iran. There is a sudden outage of fuel system already for a few hours
On anniversary of 2019 fuel protests, Iran's gas station systems have come under a cyber-attack, disrupting distribution of subsidized fuel and creating long queues of cars across Iran. Street billboards have also been hacked, showing messages like: Khamenei, where's our fuel?
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