Yellow vests: investigation opened into possible foreign interference via social media
More than 600 accounts with Russian links on Twitter promoted the #GiletsJaunes ashtag. Such accounts mentioned Sputnik, RT and Ruptly. Abroad, "there is interest in amplifying the conflict".
Telegram culls thousands of jihadist accounts after ISIS tried to boost its presence on the platform
Conditions met for Assange to leave Ecuador embassy in London: Ecuador president
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Security Service of Ukraine has detained pro-Russian "internet troll" in Kamyanske
In its report, BIS said two separate attacks on the Czech foreign ministry were partly the work of the APT28 hacking group, which is linked to the Russian government and has been blamed for past attacks in Germany and the United States.
Czech counterintelligence agency BIS confirms that Russia hacked Czech Foreign Ministry:
The head of MI6 will name Russia as a major proponent of state-sponsored cyber and terrorist attacks today
The internet is completely disconnected from Deir al-Zour city due to technical failure.
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NCSC, defensive arm of GCHQ, statement on Marriott hotel breach that has impacted 500 million customers
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Marriott announces data breach affecting a whopping 500 million hotel guests. Breach affects Marriott's Starwood hotel chain. Hackers have had access to the Starwood guest reservation database since 2014.
German domestic intelligence service BfV confirms to @DerSPIEGEL, the FSB's "Snake" malware hackers attacked the German army, Embassies and German parties. Attack was detected on November 14.
Russian Anton Bogdanov was detained in Thailand at the request of the US. Reason unknown.
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designates two Iranians who helped exchange digital currency ransom payments into Iranian rial on behalf of Iranian malicious cyber actors involved with the SamSam ransomware scheme that targeted over 200 known victims.
Javier Valdez, a prominent investigative reporter, had been shot dead only a day earlier. Then came a sudden breakthrough: According to a text message received by his colleagues, his killers had been detained.
WikiLeaks denies report from The Guardian, saying Julian Assange never met Paul Manafort
Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort held secret talks with Julian Assange inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, and visited around the time he joined Trump’s campaign, the Guardian has been told.
Belarus prohibits to anonymously comment the news on the Internet.
Parliament seizes 1000s of Facebook internal documents in extraordinary move after Zuckerberg again refuses to testify
Amazon exposed some customers' names and emails due to a "technical error," according to emails the company sent to affected customers. Despite the exposure, @Amazon told the affected customers they did not need to change their passwords.
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Russian hacking group "Cozy Bear" likely responsible for phishing campaign targeting US State Dept @StateDept officials, says US security firm
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Twitter has suspended Graham W Phillips (@GrahamWP_UK) account
The Washington Post:Ivanka Trump used a personal email account to send hundreds of emails about government business last year
Russian CozyBear/APT29 hacking group (associated with Russian Military Intelligence GRU) comes back to life with new US spear-phishing campaign targeting both the US government and private sector.
proposes vast new export control restrictions on Artificial Intelligence (AI) tech — incl computer vision, natural-language processing.
Hackers targeted a San Jose couple and got away with their life savings when they tried to buy a home out of state. they face homelessness, and they say no one is taking responsibility for the theft.
WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange has been charged under seal, prosecutors inadvertently revealed in a recently unsealed court filing — a development that could significantly advance the Russia probe.
State institutions and banks of the Russian Federation are subjected to the most powerful attacks of hackers - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
Chinese telecoms giant ZTE is helping Venezuela build a system that monitors citizen behavior through a new ID card, known as the "fatherland card."
"Russian land-forces on the Kola Peninsula were jamming" GPS signals during a major NATO military exercise in Norway that involved some 50,000 US and NATO forces, a spokesperson for Norway's Ministry of Defense tells CNN.