Map. History of Cyberwar conflict

12 April 2021
Tajikistan reportedly blocked social media, including Youtube, Facebook and Odnoklassniki. Probably in response to the growing civil unrest in Mountainous Badakhshan
It's not yet known who is behind the limited Midterms2018 misinformation campaign, according to a @DHSgov official.
[email protected]_krebs says 44 states logged into the classified situational awareness room sharing info, "We have not seen any compromise" of election systems
A new website aimed at sowing doubt on today's midterms traces directly back to a company cited by Mueller as part of Russia's interference operations.
Russia's Roscosmos confirms computer glitch on board International Space Station (ISS), the crash of the program is with one of the three computers on the ISS, it will not affect the operation of the station, that computer will have to be restarted.
Main computer of Russian part of International Space Station failed, Roskosmos works to repair it
Iranian officials say the country is being targeted by a cyberattack; 2 officials blamed Israel for the attack and said it targeted Iran's communications infrastructure
Power outage at @Bradley_Airport in New England - Terminal A is currently operating on backup power
Georgia Secretary of State formally requests FBI help to investigate alleged hacking by Democratic Party of Georgia
Houthis cut off mobile Internet services from Hodeidah
Twitter deletes over 10,000 accounts that sought to discourage U.S. voting — Reuters
The Pentagon has prepared a cyber attack against Russia as a response on possible interference with 2018 midterm election
Hackers are selling the private messages of at least 81,000 Facebook users whose data was likely stolen through malicious browser extensions - BBC
SecDef Mattis says Russia has been violating infosec since 2008. Says since then US diplomats have been trying to bring Moscow back into compliance. He said "the diplomats are still trying, as we speak" "We are still looking for a solution. If you have ideas, please email me".
DOJ charges 10 Chinese individuals, including MSS intelligence officers, hackers hired by the MSS and others, with carrying out repeated intrusions into US companies' systems, inc to steal commercial airline secrets.
U.S. justice department says Chinese intelligence officers and their recruited hackers and insiders conspired to steal sensitive commercial aviation and technological data for years
The Justice Department has charged 2 Chinese MSS spies with running a hacking operation to steal sensitive commercial airline secrets-the 3rd time since Sept that DOJ has charged Chinese intel officers with stealing U.S. commercial secrets.
Jacob Wohl (the LA hipster cafe guy) is tied to the DNS records for the place that did the investigation for this thing. He used when setting up the site.2 year ago
Jacob Wohl (the "LA hipster cafe" guy) is tied to the DNS records for the place that did the "investigation" for this thing. He used [email protected] when setting up the site.
2 year ago
Last week, bots were driving 60% of the Twitter conversation about the caravan.
Pakistani bank denies losing $6 million in country's 'biggest cyber attack'2 year ago
Pakistani bank denies losing $6 million in country's 'biggest cyber attack'
2 year ago
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange says Ecuador is seeking to end his asylum and turn him over to the U.S.
IBM has agreed to acquire U.S. software company Red Hat for 34 billion dollars, including debt, as it seeks to diversify its technology business
Investigation: Russian charged as secret agent, Maria Butina, studied US groups' cyberdefenses for student project.
Hosting company Joyent will no longer provide services to Gab, the social networking website used by the Pittsburgh shooter
Breakdown of the Iran-linked pages / accounts: - 30 pages - 33 FB accounts - 3 groups - 16 @instagram accounts per @facebook, these accounts/pages had about 1.02 million followers, more than 25,000 accounts joined one of the groups
Facebook blocks Iran-linked bid to influence British, US politics
China has been 'hijacking the vital internet backbone of western countries'2 year ago
China has been 'hijacking the vital internet backbone of western countries'
Facebook's political ad transparency tool has so many holes in it that it let @WilliamTurton buy a political ad "paid for" by "Mike Pence" and the "Islamic State"
Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying on the @NYTimes report that China is listening into Trump's iPhone: "If they are worrying about iPhones being tapped, they can use Huawei."
American spy agencies, the officials said, had learned that China and Russia were eavesdropping on the president's cellphone calls from human sources inside foreign governments and intercepting communications between foreign officials.
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