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Eurovision cyberattack: pro-Russian hackers declared 'war' on ten states

A pro-Russian hacker group that targeted the Eurovision song contest declared 'war' against Italy and ten other countries.
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Russian hackers discuss targeting the Eurovision song contest

A pro-Russian hacker group discussed a cyber attack to hinder Ukraine's chances in the song contest.
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Starlink: fighting for Ukraine on the cyber front

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Starlink has been helping tens of thousands of Ukrainian citizens stay connected to the Internet during what political scientists call...
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Hacktivists in Russo-Ukrainian war: an army of monkeys or NATO-trained combatants?

Offensive cyber operations in the Russo-Ukrainian war might sometimes seem sloppy or amateur. Yet, experts believe some of them might be a defining moment of the war.
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Russia is planning cyberattacks on countries that support Ukraine, GCHQ director warns

Russia is looking to exploit the potential of its cyber arsenal by targeting countries that actively oppose its aggression in...
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Russia confirmed to be behind cyberattacks on satellite comms, wind farms in Europe

Intelligence from the US, UK, and the EU confirm Kremlin's responsible for several Europe-wide attacks on infrastructure.
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Hackers take down Russia's alternative to YouTube, Rutube

Hackers claim that the Russian video streaming service's source code was removed, and the uploaded videos are unrecoverable.
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Crooks exploit chemical attack fears in Ukraine

Threat actors are playing on fears of conflict escalation in Ukraine by disseminating malware disguised as emails relating to a “chemical attack”, according to the country’s cybercrime watchdog.
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Ukraine accuses Russian hackers of tampering with civilian rescue operations

Russian cyberwarfare against Ukraine has reached its peak, Ukrainian officials believe.
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Ukraine accuses Russia of disabling the internet in Kherson and Zaporizhzhia

Russia allegedly disabled online connections and mobile communications in Kherson and in the part of the Zaporizhzhia region, blaming it on the Ukrainian government.
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Ukraine left reeling by ‘zombie’ cyberattacks

Ukrainian government websites and others belonging to allies of the embattled state have been hit by a recent barrage of distributed denial-of-service (DDos) attacks, according to the country’s cyber watchdog.
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Russia correlates cyberattacks with its kinetic military operations in Ukraine – Microsoft

Russia has targeted Ukrainian government organizations and critical infrastructure, limiting people's access to reliable information and critical life services.
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The summoning of Ukraine’s IT army let the genie out of the bottle – interview

The enthusiasm of hacktivists worries longtime cybersecurity expert Patricia Muoio more than state-sponsored cyberattacks. The unprecedented sharing of hacking tools and knowledge could cause extensive collateral damage.
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Russia-linked hackers claim to have breached Coca-Cola Company

A ransomware gang that sided with Moscow claims it stole 161 GB of data from the multinational company. The group...
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West lists Russia-affiliated hackers, warns of attack on critical infrastructure

Moscow is believed to be exploring options for a potential cyberattack involving malware, DDoS attacks, and cyber espionage. The Five...
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US warns a novel malware could disrupt nations' critical infrastructure

A new strain of malware targets industrial control systems (ICS) and could disrupt critical infrastructure. It's suspected the malware might...
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Ukraine curbed a Russian cyberattack on the electricity grid

The attackers tried using malware to disrupt the power supply and take electricity substations offline. Ukrainian authorities claim that hackers...
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Anonymous leaked 700 GB of Russian government data

Together with two municipal entities, Russia's Ministry of Culture got hacked, resulting in hundreds of gigabytes of data being made...
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