Cyberterrorism

House of Cards Would an app that allowed you to blend your face with the face of a presidential candidate help you “see yourself” in that candidate and thus make you more likely to vote for them? No? Sounds like some ill-advised Snapchat function you would have no interest in using? I’m with you, but […]

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In news good for no one anywhere, it seems the North Korean army of cybercriminals has decided to reorganize itself to prioritize greater specialization.  According to WSJ reports out this morning — the cyber dark army has splintered into smaller groups and is increasingly focused on stealing from the rest of the world to give […]

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“Little work has been done around the use of the internet as an attack space,” said Thomas Holt, professor of criminal justice and lead author. “The bottom line is that these attacks are happening and they’re overlooked. If we don’t get a handle understanding them now, we won’t fully understand the scope of the threats […]

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Mass shooting Inside the ‘shitposting’ subculture the alleged Christchurch shooter belonged to Throughout Friday’s live-streamed killing spree and in court, the shooter made reference to online in-jokes. What is going on in right-wing online forums? March 17, 2019 by Matilda Boseley Add to shortlist … read more at: https://www.smh.com.au/topic/cyber-warfare-1mow

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