Cyber Warfare

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Brian Becker is the National Director of the ANSWER Coalition Five years before Robert Mueller was appointed Special Counsel to investigate the allegation that Russia interfered in the 2016 election and had conspired with the Trump campaign, the Pentagon had been waging secret cyberattacks against Russia’s electrical grid. The cyberwar against Russia began in 2012. […]

R.P. Eddy: Yes, I like the way you put that. So, one of the concerns about this entire domain is that it’s still considered a secret, right? So all of our cyber-offensive or other nations’ cyber-offensive capacities, if they even exist, are considered a covert capacity, meaning we’re not sitting down in the public and […]

Russia has warned that a reported US digital infiltration into Russia’s electric power grid could trigger a cyber war between the two countries. The warning from President Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov followed a report in The New York Times, suggesting that US is readying for a future cyberwar against Moscow, and that a cyberwar between […]

MOSCOW — The Kremlin warned on June 17 that reported American hacking into Russia’s electric power grid could escalate into a cyberwar with the United States, but insisted that it was confident in the system’s ability to repel electronic attacks. Read more here. … read more at:

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June 17 (UPI) — The Russian government said Monday its electrical grid is safe but constantly under attack from enemies abroad — including, Kremlin officials say, the United States. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday, in response to a recent report, that cyber warfare between Russia and the United States is a “hypothetical possibility.” His […]