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US adds voice to UK Russian spy allegations

America backs its ally's recent accusations against Russia by adding its name to an official warning of mass spear-phishing against designated targets.
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UK: Russia has been spying on us since 2015

The British government has accused Russia of conducting espionage campaigns against UK politicians, civil servants, and journalists.
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US: Iran behind attacks on our water sector

Iran’s elite military government has come under fire again, with the US accusing it of using a nation-state threat group to launch attacks on its water sector.
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Ukraine hacks into Russian media database

Hacktivists exposed what appears to be a Russian military propaganda website that cherry-picks Western media to make it look like the invasion is going well.
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Bitcoin out, Tron new crypto favorite for terror groups like Hamas

A new crypto front has emerged in Israel's fight against the funding of Iran-backed militant groups from Hamas to Hezbollah: the fast-growing crypto network called Tron.
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Russia leads in content removal requests to Google

The governments of 150 countries have requested that Google remove content a total of 355,000 times over a period of 10 years, with Russia accounting for two-thirds of requests and South Korea a distant second.
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Telegram to ban channels that called for anti-Semitic riots in Russia's Dagestan - founder

The popular messaging platform Telegram will block channels that called for anti-Semitic violence in Russia's Dagestan region, Telegram founder Pavel Durov said on Monday.
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Israel unplugged Gaza: Human rights watchdog says “Internet shutdowns are fatal”

“They couldn’t know which areas were bombed, if their families are safe, and where to evacuate,” says a human rights watchdog, calling for an immediate digital and physical ceasefire as Gaza runs out of fuel and goes into a complete internet blackout in the coming hours.
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South Korea exposes 38 Chinese-run fake news websites

The South Korean spy agency has identified a network of 38 fake news websites run by Chinese firms operating within the country to influence public opinion.
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Russia teaching students to hack infrastructure, Ukraine says

Students in Russia are now taught to launch cyberattacks against Ukrainian and Western infrastructure, according to Ukraine’s intelligence.
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TikTok responds to charges of antisemitism as it battles misinformation

A TikTok blog post, released Thursday, aims to dispel accusations that the social app is pushing a political agenda regarding the still unfolding Israel-Hamas conflict.
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Social media is drowning in misinformation on the Israel-Hamas conflict

Nobody is unbiased, all sides participate in some sort of propaganda, and social media is filled with misinformation, Dr. Roberto Mazza warns. No slickly edited five-minute video can explain the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with adequate context. And while both sides could benefit from removing the terrorist organization Hamas, there are also no recipes for peace.
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DDoS attacks trending upwards: multiple EU websites under siege

Since their emergence in the late 1990s, Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks continue to be a mainstay for threat actors.
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Israeli security data for sale at $15,000 – report

A threat actor has been trying to sell compromised information from Israeli security entities on a Russian-speaking cybercriminal forum.
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Ukraine cops bust illegal Russian money ring

Ukrainian police have intercepted and broken up a criminal gang that was illegally bringing Russian money into the country online and converting it into cryptocurrency.
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Meta to remove Hamas-related disinformation

Misleading claims and doctored images have spread on Facebook and other social media.
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EU: TikTok has 24 hrs to set disinformation plan in wake of Hamas attack

EU industry chief Thierry Breton on Thursday gave TikTok 24 hours to detail measures taken to counter the spread of disinformation on its short video app following Palestinian Islamist group Hamas' attack on Israel.
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Russian hacktivists now targeting Israeli global satellite and Industrial Control Systems

The Russian-linked hacktivist group Anonymous Sudan – who pledged solidarity with Hamas over the weekend – is now claiming multiple attacks on Israel’s Industrial Control Systems (IDS) in an attempt to disrupt critical infrastructure.
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Killnet’s attacks on Israel: an invitation to open fire

Killnet, a vehemently pro-Russian hacktivist group with suspected ties to the Kremlin, attacked Israel after Hamas militants massacred hundreds of Israeli civilians.
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Hamas assault on Israel shows surprise still possible in AI era

From drones overhead utilising face recognition software to border checkpoints and electronic eavesdropping on communications, Israeli surveillance of Gaza is widely viewed amongst the most intense and sophisticated efforts anywhere.
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