Russian lawmakers introduce new bill to combat cyber security strategies enacted by Trump administration, proposing to create a “sovereign internet” for Russian citizens – ending foreign dependency on critical network infrastructure.
Late last night an unknown hacker posted the email address and passwords belonging to thousands of Google Gmail clients, offering no clues as to how/where they got the data or what purpose it served.
Researcher Uses Google Search Strings To Uncover 1,000’s of Active Government Issued ID’s, Passports & More
Fabio Castro discloses major bug effecting Google’s search engine, allowing hackers to search for/through thousands of Government issued ID’s. Appears to be variation of same glitch leading to the death of 30 Clandestine CIA agents in 2018.
Warriors Crew Hacked & Defaced 7 Websites Belonging To The Governments of Peru & Brasil This Weekend
This weekend Warriors Crew announced the hack and defacing of 7 Governmental websites belonging to various city and state departments across Peru and Brasil, raising awareness against ongoing corruption within the countries.
Amnesty Investigation – State Sponsored Hackers Launching Massive Hacking Operations Across Middle East & North Africa
A world class research report published by Amnesty International highlights a massive phishing and email hacking campaign currently underway, targeting encrypted email service providers and bypassing Google/Yahoo 2FA.
Within a 24 hours time span, Google faced Congressional inquisition/criticism for complying with National blacklisting laws in China, whilst getting fined in Russia for refusing to comply with theirs.
Satirical: FSB/Kremlin Prepared to Declassify All Documents Corresponding To 2016 Election Hacking Campaign
Yesterday the Kremlin announced Russia is prepared to declassify all documents relating to the hacking of or meddling in the 2016 US Presidential election. Here’s why this is such a world class troll, or ingenious depending on your perspective.
An inside look at how the fall of AnonHQ has helped me on through today, as well as what I am attempting to accomplish through this site and the material I cover on it.
For the first time, Russia’s Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor) has begun fining Google for failing to connect to Russia’s Federal information systems.