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“Pioneer Kitten” sold access to hacked networks

September 12, 2020 0

A hacker group associated with the Iranian government is selling “access to compromised networks on an underground forum,” likely without Tehran’s blessing, according to research by threat intelligence firm CrowdStrike. Why it matters: That these Iranian hackers were Read more

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The Dracula Botnet’s fangs have been broken

August 27, 2020 0

A research group named Graphika identified a botnet of around 3000 Twitter bots that push pro-chinese political propaganda. Graphika said it was able to identify the botnet due to a quirk shared by the vast Read more

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Asia’s cyber heist

June 4, 2020 0

China’s apparent attempt to pull off a cyber heist of critical medical and laboratory data occurs against the backdrop of dueling narratives about the origins and handling of COVID-19. These two issues highlight Asia’s new Read more

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Australia prepping for cyberwar?

June 4, 2020 0

Australia’s ability to defend against aggressive cyber campaigns is being considered as part of the Department of Defence’s review into mobilisation, recently released documents show. Revealed under freedom of information laws last week, Defence’s ‘Mobilisation Review’ cites Read more

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Schiphol Airport cybersecurity: not future-proof

April 21, 2020 0

investigated the cyber security of the border controls operated by the Dutch border guards at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport The Netherlands Court of Audit investigated the cyber security of the border controls operated by the Dutch Read more

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