Map. History of Cyberwar conflict

29 May 2020
Confirmed: Two hours is the time it takes for Venezuela to block another newly announced COVID19aid portal for healthcare workers amid an escalating information war
Announcement by @CommerceGov of actions to prevent efforts by entities in China, Russia, and Venezuela to acquire US technology that could be used in development of weapons, military aircraft or surveillance technology
1 month ago
Coronavirus: Hong Kong's visually impaired deprived of Covid-19 information with half of Chinese-language news apps inaccessible, NGO finds
Israel's water infrastructures were attacked in a massive cyber attack in the weekend: report
A suspected cyber attack took place against several Water Authority facilities over the weekend in Israel. Comes months after Israel's Energy Minister announced a serious cyberattack on one of its power plants
Chief of Security Service of Ukraine recommends NSDC to extend sanctions against Vk, Yandex and other Russian companies1 month ago
Chief of Security Service of Ukraine recommends NSDC to extend sanctions against Vk, Yandex and other Russian companies
Mission success for SpaceX. Another batch of Starlink satellites successfully deployed. The 60 satellites will begin orbit raising manoeuvres. With an existing 358 operational satellites already in orbit, today's launch brings the Starlink constellation to 418 satellites1 month ago
Mission success for SpaceX. Another batch of Starlink satellites successfully deployed. The 60 satellites will begin orbit raising manoeuvres. With an existing 358 operational satellites already in orbit, today's launch brings the Starlink constellation to 418 satellites
1 month ago
Polish Military Academy: @AkademiaSzWoj has become the target of cyber attack today. In a fake article, academy Rector-Commander was assigned words that he never wrote. The case is dealt with by @CYBER_MIL_PL and services
Vietnamese hackers targeted Chinese state organisations for coronavirus information, say researchers
A fake email announcing the withdrawal of NATO forces from Lithuania was sent to Lithuanian Defence Minister Defence Raimundas Karoblis
Confirmed: Intermittent network disruptions currently in effect in Venezuela. ~50% of requests to YouTube and other domains are failing after National Assembly video posted online. Link performance is normal and the disruptions are consistent with SNI filtering
Senate Intel Committee report "correctly found the Russians interfered in our 2016 election to hurt Secretary Clinton & help the candidacy of Donald Trump" per vice chair @MarkWarner "No reason to doubt that the Russians' success in 2016 is leading them to try again in 2020"
1 month ago
Roskomnadzor has blocked the website of Ukraine's Ministry for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories due to an article about coronavirus in Donbass
"Transparency is vital right now. Neutralizing misinformation and delivering accurate and truthful facts is paramount," Gen Wolters-head of @US_EUCOM -tells reporters in wake of Russian disinformation
1 month ago
The UK has committed to send two British Army info ops experts to a new Nato unit that will battle disinformation about coronavirus. Ben Wallace announced Britain's participation following Nato defence ministers' video conference meeting today
Taiwan Ministry of Education bans Zoom1 month ago
Taiwan Ministry of Education bans Zoom
The State Dept. has asked officials in embassies across the world to start flagging disinfo efforts by China (ie: if they see inaccurate data or Chinese talking points being funneled through other countries' cables)
Facebook Inc's WhatsApp tightened message forwarding limits on Tuesday (April 7), restricting users to sharing forwarded content one chat at a time after a jump in messages touting bogus medical advice since the start of the coronavirus crisis
1 month ago
British Foreign Affairs Committee has launched emergency inquiry into foreign asset stripping of UK companies & security risks. Chair @TomTugendhat raises fears in Times over state-owned Chinese investor's bid to seize control of UK chip designer Imagination
Australia: Zoom ban for MPs over security concerns
Confirmed: Internet connectivity with Venezuela's state-run operator ABA CANTV has been falling gradually after a reported fire at the company's offices in Chacao, Caracas; national connectivity at 50% of ordinary levels
1 month ago
A hacker has wiped, defaced more than 15,000 Elasticsearch servers - Attacks began around March 24, per @Shadow0pz - Attacker is leaving behind the name of a security firm - No ransom demands observed so far
1 month ago
German FM Warns NATO of 'Disinformation' During Coronavirus Crisis
, Twitter took down a pro–United Arab Emirates network of accounts that was pushing propaganda about the coronavirus pandemic and criticizing Turkey’s military intervention in Libya. Previously tied to marketing firms in the region, parts of this network were removed by Facebook and Twitter last year.
Users report fall of WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook
WhatsApp and Instagram users are having issues downloading voice notes, videos and images
1 month ago
It has been noticed that serving Indian Army personnel are creating/sharing videos on social media giving their identity, also in uniform. All personnel are advised to follow existing guidelines and refrain from such activities: Indian Army advisory
2 month ago
According to Russian Defense Minister Shoigu, the information space "has become another theater of operations. Russia is ready for this fight."
A Russian-based cyber platform known as DEER.IO was shut down by the FBI today, and its suspected administrator – alleged Russian hacker Kirill Victorovich Firsov – was arrested and charged with crimes related to the hacking of U.S. companies for customers’ personal information
A bipartisan group of House members is calling on the EU to ramp up sanctions on "Putin's chef," Yevgeniy Progozhin, who they say is gearing up to attack the 2020 US election and undermine other western democracies
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