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EU to adopt crypto sanctions against Russia

In the fifth round of economic and individual sanctions against the Russian Federation, the European Union will target crypto wallets...
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Three Russian firms have over 400 GB worth of emails leaked

Hackers published close to 437,500 emails from Russian companies Petrovsky Fort, Aerogas, and Forest. Distributed Denial of Secrets, or DDoSecrets,...
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Russia-linked actors use Facebook for cyber espionage - Meta

Facebook's owner Meta says it has taken action to curb attempts to abuse its platform in the light of the...
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Roskomnadzor punishes Google over Youtube’s “participation in the information war against Russia”

Roskomnadzor – Russia's communications watchdog - announced the decision to take "informative and economic coercive measures" against Google, including banning...
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How do ‘smash and grab’ cyberattacks help Ukraine in waging war?

Russia promised to seek liability for hackers attacking the country's infrastructure, hinting that the borderless Ukraine IT army is harming the Kremlin.
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Ukrainian hackers attacked Gazprom, says expert

Ukraine's cyber unit allegedly accessed the Russian energy giant's network and exfiltrated thousands of documents.
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Meta accused of temporarily blocking hashtags related to the Bucha massacre

Meta-owned Facebook and Instagram got accused of briefly blocking hashtags related to the Bucha massacre on the respective platforms. The...
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Viasat cyberattack linked to Russian state-sponsored hackers

The attack on a US satellite broadband services provider that affected thousands of wind turbines in Germany is now linked...
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Russian, Chinese, and Belarusian actors increasingly exploit Ukrainian tragedy for phishing

State-sponsored threat actors from China, Iran, North Korea, Russia, and Belarus, among others, have exploited Ukrainian war-related topics for their financial benefit.
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FBI reveals Russian hackers were found scanning US energy networks

Russian hackers have been scanning networks of US energy firms, posing a “very real” threat to the national security of...
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Russian aviation authority switches to paper after losing 65TB of data

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Rosaviatsiya has switched to pen and paper after losing 65TB of data. According to sources, it suffered a major cyberattack on Saturday.
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Ukrainians seize five bot farms used to spread fake news and panic

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, Ukrainian officials have dismantled five bot farms.
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Hundreds of alleged Russian spies revealed in a data breach

A list with over 600 names allegedly details agents of Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) operating in Europe. Ukraine's spy...
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Ukraine blames Russia for a ‘powerful cyberattack’ on its telecom

Ukrainian state-owned telecommunications company Ukrtelecom experienced a cyberattack. Ukraine accused Russia of what it called a powerful cyberattack.
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Russia behind a satellite broadband service hack - media

Russia's military spy service, the GRU, is said to be behind the hacking of Viasat's European satellite network, KA-SAT. US...
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Russian govt employees indicted for global attacks on energy firms

Four Russian government employees face charges over Triton/Trisis and Dragonfly attacks. The timing signals to Russia's cyber warriors that they're...
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Major Russia's meat producer hit by an encryption attack

Hackers used Windows BitLocker to encrypt the IT systems of one of Russia's largest meat producers, Miratorg Agribusiness Holding. The...
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Ukrainian SpyBuster spots apps with servers in Russia and Belarus

Ukraine-based software company MacPaw developed a new anti-spyware tool for macOS. It is designed to spot Russian apps and websites.
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10GB of Nestlé data leaked, say Anonymous

The hacktivist group has apparently made good on its threat to go after major companies that it says have not pulled out of Russia – with claims to have leaked a trove of data belonging to food giant Nestle.
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Leaked files expose Russia's problems with the Mars mission

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While the Russian space agency Roscosmos says it will go to Mars on its own, leaked documents paint a different...
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