Cyber ​​Robin Hood: hackers donated stolen money to charity

A group of hackers donated the stolen money to charity. Experts say this is the first such case. The details of the unusual crime were shared by Yahoo! The hacker group Darkside claims to have stolen millions of dollars from companies and wants to "make the world a better place." In a message on the darknet, the group ...

300 platforms in 7 languages: Russian hackers have led a massive disinformation campaign for years

For nearly six years, the Russian disinformation campaign has operated covertly on 300 social media platforms using seven languages, analysts at Graphika say, Voice of America writes. The campaign, which the researchers dubbed "Secondary Infection," included the spread of fake tweets allegedly posted by American and European ...

Lawyers sound the alarm: online scammers massively ruin older Americans

Lawyers are sounding the alarm over the massive spread of online fraud targeting a vulnerable population - the elderly. Lawmakers and administration officials are looking to take additional steps to protect unsuspecting Americans. Writes about this The Hill. Experts say that during the tax season ...

Steal $ 100 million: a gang of Russian-speaking hackers hacked tens of thousands of companies in the US and Europe

Tens of thousands of companies and organizations in North America and Europe have been affected by attacks by cybercriminals from Eastern Europe; 11 criminals have infected more than 41 computers with the GozNym virus in an attempt to steal more than $ 000 million from bank accounts. Among the victims is a small church in ...

The United States indicted "Putin's chef" and 12 other Russians for meddling in elections

The Justice Department has indicted a well-known Russian troll firm, naming more than a dozen individual suspects, including a close associate of the Russian president, Yevgeny Prigozhin (“Putin's chef”), writes The Washington Post. Prigogine organized the so-called troll factory, on the basis of which a whole ...

11-year-old American told how to defend against cyber threats

Do you think there is nothing more harmless than a teddy bear? Cybersecurity expert Rubin Paul will convince you that this is not the case. At the age of 11, Share America writes, Rubin knows more about internet safety than most adults. He performed in ...

The Kremlin believes that the US is set to change the regime in Russia

According to a spokesman for the Pentagon's intelligence service, Kremlin leaders are convinced that America is seeking regime change in Russia. They experience fear, which is fueling tensions and increasing military rivalry between former Cold War adversaries, Inosmi writes, citing The Associated Press. IN…

How to protect a child from identity theft

Everyone has heard of a number of hacker attacks that have occurred in the world. But few people think that children are one of the vulnerable categories for hacker attacks. The summer period, when children go to holiday camps, is the most profitable for computer scammers. They,…

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