Map. History of Cyberwar conflict

6 May 2021
1 week ago
The Russian Cybersecurity Coordination Center said that SolarWinds software did not meet information security requirements, and the data for access to it was available on the darknet back in 2017
The special services of the Russian Federation planned to carry out a powerful malware attack on state organizations of Ukraine, Cyber experts of Security service of Ukraine established that for provocation the Russian curators hired the hacker from Zaporizhia
"A series of senior European MPs have been approached in recent days by individuals who appear to be using deepfake filters to imitate Russian opposition figures during video calls."
Website of Belarusian NPP in Astravets was hacked1 week ago
Website of Belarusian NPP in Astravets was hacked
Youtube has restricted access to ZIK, 112 and NewsOne channels, connected to pro-Russian MP Medvedchuk. Not available from Ukraine1 week ago
Youtube has restricted access to ZIK, 112 and NewsOne channels, connected to pro-Russian MP Medvedchuk. Not available from Ukraine
Facebook blocked the page of InformNapalm spokesman Mykhailo Makaruk for 30 days
Israel government chose Amazon Web Services, Google for more than $1 billion cloud services project - @Reuters
Europe has just unveiled the world's 1st binding rules for AI
Reuters: Ivanti provided no detail about who might be responsible for the espionage campaign but, in a report timed to Ivanti's announcement, cybersecurity company FireEye said it suspected that at least one of the hacking groups operates on behalf of the Chinese government
2 week ago
"Belamova - Belarus in the brain" recognized as an extremist telegram channel - Ministry of Internal Affairs of Belarus
Confirmed: Internet has been cut in Myanmar from 1 am Tuesday local time, the 65th night in a row of military-imposed shutdown
2 week ago
Database of people registered for rally for Navalny leaked online, opposition ally Volkov blames insider job
A Twitter spox tells @Salon on Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe account: "The account you referenced (@JamesOKeefeIII) was permanently suspended for violating the Twitter Rules on platform manipulation and spam"
2 week ago
The Foreign Office summoned the Russian ambassador this afternoon. It followed the UK joining the US today in calling out Moscow over the SolarWinds hack and other destabilising activities
2 week ago
The Russian Foreign Ministry warned of the risks for Russians planning any foreign trips
US imposed sanctions on four websites, accusing them of collaborating with FSB, GRU and SVR - US Treasury
These actions include "new prohibitions on certain dealings in Russian sovereign debt, as well as targeted sanctions on technology companies that support the Russian Intelligence Services' efforts to carry out malicious cyber activities" against the US, according to @USTreasury
According to @USTreasury OFAC Director Andrea Gacki: "These designations impose additional costs on Russia for its forceful integration with Crimea and highlight the abuses that have taken place under Russia's attempted annexation
Also, @USTreasury OFAC "has designated five individuals and three entities related to Russia's occupation of the Crimea region of Ukraine and its severe human rights abuses against the local population
"Treasury will target Russian leaders, officials, intelligence services, and their proxies that attempt to interfere in the U.S. electoral process or subvert U.S. democracy," says @SecYellen. "This is the start of a new U.S. campaign against Russian malign behavior
Today, @USTreasury OFAC "took sweeping action against 16 entities and 16 individuals who attempted to influence the 2020 U.S. presidential election at the direction of the leadership of the Russian Government
On April 6, @Facebook removed a network of almost 100 assets engaged in coordinated inauthentic behavior (CIB) focused on Quintana Roo, a state in Southern Mexico. The assets showed connections to the MORENA political party and two of its candidates
The U.S. is expressing concern that North Korea can disrupt power plants, healthcare facilities and other infrastructure. A new government report is predicting that the DPRK will be a "disruptive player," citing recent cyberattacks and weapons tests
3 week ago
New York Times Intelligence Sources: It may take 9 months to restart Iran's Natanz facility
3 week ago
Intelligence sources tell: Israel is behind the activity in Natanz. This is an Israeli cyber operation in which the Mossad was involved. The damage to the Natanz facility is greater than reported in Iran
Internet has been cut in Myanmar from 1 am Friday local time, the 54th night of military-imposed shutdowns3 week ago
Internet has been cut in Myanmar from 1 am Friday local time, the 54th night of military-imposed shutdowns
Facebook removed a network of 70 camouflaged assets connected to the far-right and pro-Kremlin party Georgia March. In a statement, @Facebook said, "This network had multiple strikes for violating our Community Standards related to hate speech
1 month ago
Turkey's Personal Data Protection Authority has launched an investigation against Facebook for leaking user data
1 month ago
Roskomnadzor has decided not to block Twitter yet and to extend the slowdown of its traffic until May 15 - because the social network has removed a significant part of the prohibited content
The personal data of more than half a billion Facebook users leaked online for the second time. The leak includes personal information on 533 million users, such as phone numbers, Facebook IDs, full names, locations, birth dates, bios and email addresses
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