Aaaaand we’re back. If the national capital could just keep the power and the internet both running at the same time, being a journalist in Ottawa would be a lot easier. Anyhoodle, let’s get to it, shall we? For those… Read More ›
The cyberwar target list from the IT Army of Ukraine for May 12, 2022.
The target list from the IT Army of Ukraine against Russian targets. May 11, 2022.
Exclusive interview with #OpRussia hacktivists ILIT300 by Nathan Dimoff
I’m 90% sure that GIF conversation was transcribed verbatim. We’re very fond of Bjork chez Cryptosphere, because reasons, and so our Monday cyberwar and hacktivism news links for today are dedicated to her unique brand of “crazy-like-an-arctic-fox.” Indeed, are we… Read More ›
This is a real thing, people. A. Real. Thing. Real gay. Sweden has a problem: somebody’s sending subs into their waters without permission, and all fingers point to Russia. The neutral Scandinavian country has a vast and resource-rich coastline in… Read More ›
Spam: once a gross meat-like substance sold in tins that could probably survive a nuclear apocalypse. Now, it’s the stuff that clogs your inbox: penis pills and health insurance and lottery winnings and nursing degrees and whatever else spammers think… Read More ›
Yesterday, thanks to interviews and articles about OpFerguson, we had our second-busiest day and entirely forgot to do our cryptocurrency price roundup; in return, we promise to take a look at the effect of Anonymous operations on cryptocurrency prices…. Read More ›
“The Great Spycatcher of Fleet Street.” Damn, doesn’t that have a ring to it? He had another, equally awesome nickname: “The Lone Wolf of Fleet Street.” You never heard of this man, and you already think he’s the shizznit, don’t… Read More ›
Yesterday a small Milwaukee security company of which you have probably never heard broke the news that a group of nameless twentysomething Russian hackers had acquired a collection of 1.2 billion username/password combinations, the largest such collection in history. The internet,… Read More ›