Cyber Espionage

Is the GOP presidential nominee “The Trumpchurian Candidate?” Evidence has mounted that Russia’s Vladimir Putin is trying to assist former reality television star Donald Trump, to gain a more pliable ally in the White House. Reminiscent of the 1962 Cold War thriller The Manchurian Candidate, the Democrats argue that Trump is tantamount to the Russian leader’s […]

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GENEVA — Swiss authorities have suspended an 18-month investigation into suspected cyberspying during international talks on Iran’s nuclear program last year, saying they have turned up criminal wrongdoing but haven’t found out who was behind it. The office of Attorney General Michael Lauber said the investigation prompted by a report from Swiss intelligence authorities turned […]

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Is the GOP presidential nominee “The Trumpchurian Candidate?” Evidence has mounted that Russia’s Vladimir Putin is trying to assist former reality television star Donald Trump, to gain a more pliable ally in the White House. Reminiscent of the 1962 Cold War thriller “The Manchurian Candidate,” the Democrats argue that Trump is tantamount to the Russian leader’s […]

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Defense officials have said that Pentagon’s staff of late warned that no agency should use equipments of the computer manufacturer Lenovo of China following alarms that Pentagon networks could be spied upon. According to one latest internal report that J-2 intelligence directorate presented, cyber-security officers feel alarmed that handheld devices and computers of Lenovo are […]

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(TNS) — You probably don’t know his name, but you likely know what he did. In 2001, Eric O’Neill arrested fellow FBI agent Robert Hanssen for spying on the U.S. on behalf of the Soviet Union and Russian Federation. It was one of the most sensational espionage cases in FBI history and led to Hanssen’s […]

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LONDON Russia is pushing its foreign policy in increasingly aggressive ways including cyber-attacks and espionage, posing a growing threat to Britain and the rest of Europe, the head of Britain’s internal intelligence agency MI5 has said. The Kremlin dismissed the allegations as untrue and challenged its critics to produce evidence. MI5 Director General Andrew Parker […]

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October 31, 2016 Shadow Brokers leak NSA targets and criticizes U.S.-Russia cyber conflict and U.S. election. The Shadow Brokers hacking group has leaked another batch NSA-linked data allegedly containing a list of servers targeted in cyberespionage hacking programs. The leaked data contains historic targets of the Equation Group and predominately mail providers, universities and targets […]

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ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: And today in All Tech Considered, what’s behind Russia’s attempts to hack into the Democratic National Committee’s computer server, leak politically sensitive emails and possibly tamper with state election systems. (SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC) SHAPIRO: In last night’s presidential debate, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both talked about Russia’s involvement in some of […]

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U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) on January 13, 2015 in Arlington, Virginia. Kristoffer Tripplaar-Pool/Getty Images The Pentagon’s Joint Staff recently warned against using equipment made by China’s Lenovo computer manufacturer amid concerns about cyber spying against Pentagon networks, according to defense officials. A recent internal […]

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