24 September 2021
2 year ago
Anonymous reports about the threats of an explosion from the beginning of the week in Moscow are almost identical in all cases, most of them were transmitted from abroad, - source
20 people indicted, including 16 foreign nationals, for alleged involvement in an online auction multi-million dollar fraud scheme designed to defraud users looking to purchase merchandise the internet, announces @SecretService.
2 year ago
German Competition regulator prohibits @Facebook from combining data from different sources (such as Whatsapp/Instagram/or on 3rd party websites) unless users give their voluntary consent.
2 year ago
North Korea Increases Crackdown on Mobile Phone Use Along Chinese Border
PayPal bans pro-Trump activist Laura Loomer, who says she's facing $40,000 in credit card debt
Facebook banned the Arakan Army, the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army, Kachin Independence Army and the Ta'ang National Liberation Army.
Daily Stormer lost its domain again
"Distributed Denial of Secrets" hackers added: President Donald Trump's Private Schedules (296 KB) More than 90 pages of President Trump's private schedules, more detailed and more accurate than the officially released schedules.
Facebook announces the closure of several accounts for participation in Iranian manipulation campaigns
Thousands of accounts likely from Iran, Russia and Venezuela removed by Twitter for spreading disinformation online.
According to Mueller and DC USA, discovery in the Roger Stone case is "both voluminous and complex," and "is composed of multiple hard drives containing several terabytes of information"—including bank records and comms taken from iCloud/email accounts, electronic devices.
U.S., China take the lead in race for artificial intelligence: U.N.
DOJ moves to take down Joanap botnet operated by North Korean state hackers
Mueller investigation: The Twitter account in question is @HackingRedstone, which is suspended. Mueller's team said today that the account published some "non-sensitive discovery materials," meaning it didn't threaten US national security, but the information was not meant to be public.
Mueller indicted the Russian troll farm. They got US lawyers and are fighting the case. During discovery, Mueller shared sensitive docs. Then, the Russians made a Twitter account and released some of the files (some doctored) to undermine Mueller.
A federal judge in Virginia has denied a request to unseal any criminal records (if they exist, something the government won't confirm or deny) related to Julian Assange.
In a new filing in the Internet Research Agency case, Mueller's team says they've found evidence discovery documents were forged as part of a "disinformation campaign aimed (apparently) at discrediting ongoing investigations into Russian interference in the US political system."
Apple is banning Facebook from distributing an app that let it collect tons of personal data from iPhones
Twitter is experiencing problems worldwide
ISIS-linked Tech Group Announces Official Tor Website2 year ago
ISIS-linked Tech Group Announces Official Tor Website
Russia using social media to target US, per @FBI Dir. Christopher Wray "Not only have the Russians continued to do it in 2018 but we've seen indications that they're continuing to adapt their model and that other countries taking a very interested eye in that approach"
Users report partial disruption of Facebook.
DNI Coats: China, Russian, North Korea and Iran are advancing their cyber capabilities, which are relatively low cost and growing in potency and severity. This include threatening both minds and machines in any expanding number of ways.
US facing a "toxic mix" of threats from state and non-state actors using variety of means, including cyber, @ODNIgov Dir Dan Coats warns Senate Intelligence Committee
Netanyahu: to make Israeli cyber security a massive growth industry, have kept regulation low - promoting creativity and international cooperation.
Justice Department unseals 13-count indictment against China's Huawei, two subsidiaries and its CFO Meng Wanzhou
Pro ISIS tech group AFAQ (Electronic Horizons Foundation) launches Darknet website containing its library of tutorials and videos for jihadists on communicating and remaining anonymous online2 year ago
Pro ISIS tech group AFAQ (Electronic Horizons Foundation) launches Darknet website containing its library of tutorials and videos for jihadists on communicating and remaining anonymous online
Facebook announces "new tools" against interference in European elections
Thailand's military junta cracks down on social media ahead of election
DoD cyber assessment: A new study warns that hackers are advancing their skills faster than the Pentagon can keep up
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