Blog Posts Tagged with "Russia"


Russian Hackers Spy on Military Targets, Governments: Report

October 09, 2018 Added by:Ionut Arghire

In 2017 and 2018, a Russian cyber-espionage group believed to be government-backed has engaged in covert attacks targeting military and government organizations in Europe and South America, Symantec warns.

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Attack by Team GhostShell Against Russian Government

November 05, 2012 Added by:Plagiarist Paganini

Hacktivism represents a serious problem for governments and intelligence agencies. The hack of IT infrastructure and the exposure of confidential information is a serious menace. In the past Anonymous has hit several governments and law enforcement agencies in the UK, US, Japan, and India...

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Russia deploys a massive surveillance network system

November 03, 2012 Added by:Plagiarist Paganini

DPI is most advanced and intrusive category of inspection tools, it is able to analyze every packet in traffic filtering particular services or contents. Remeber that DPI systems have been adopted by various regimes such Iran and also China used the technology to implement its Great Firewall project...

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Russian Underground is just part of a global criminal network

November 01, 2012 Added by:Plagiarist Paganini

Programming services and software sales was the most common service in the criminal market, where it is possible to buy customized malware agents and any kind of applications to conduct a cyber attack such as spammers, brute-force tools and DDoS bots and exploit toolkits...

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Is a Communist or Totalitarian System Preferable in the Internet Age?

October 03, 2012 Added by:Doug DePeppe

In the West, we tout the openness of the Internet. Many attribute the Internet as playing a major part in the Arab Spring. The dark underbelly of the Internet, however, is that all this connectivity allows bad actors to connect to any target he desires...

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Death Match: Peter the Great Versus Sun Tzu

September 21, 2012 Added by:Infosec Island Admin

The paper, “Peter the Great Versus Sun Tzu” alleges that a comparison can be made between the varying actors in malware creation. They have broken this down into a battle royal between the “Asians” and the “Eastern Europeans” which is just patently stupid...

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Russian Authorities Take Out World’s Largest Banking Botnet

June 26, 2012 Added by:Headlines

"The criminal activities were committed by a 22-year-old young man who is widely known in the hacker community under the nicknames of 'Germes' and 'Arashi'. The young man was not only developing bot-networks and massively distributing malicious programs but also personally took part in stealing funds"...

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Breach Alert: Putin Makes Drone Development a National Priority

June 19, 2012 Added by:Jeffrey Carr

Russia plans to spend US$13B on UAS development over the next eight years. Part of that technology development strategy is almost certainly going to be acquiring intellectual property on related technology from foreign firms. Two good examples of companies at risk are Boeing and General Atomics...

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Will the Next Stuxnet be a Russian - Iranian Creation?

June 18, 2012 Added by:Dan Dieterle

Russia has very advanced cyber capabilities, and they have shared military hardware and tech with middle east nations before. It is not a big leap to think that they could and would share cyber warfare technology with these nations, especially if they rely on these nations for energy reserve...

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Russian Cybercrime Pays

April 30, 2012 Added by:Joel Harding

Group iB has produced a report citing Russian cybercrime is responsible for almost one-third of all online crime. Not only are the details amazing, but the breakdown of the various types of crimes are illuminating. It t is a good primer on the various types of cybercrime...

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Russian Cybercrime: Not Just a Localized Threat

April 25, 2012 Added by:Plagiarist Paganini

The official estimates say that the global cyber crime market was worth $12.5 billion in 2011, and $4,5 billion of the market share is related to the Russian cybercrime market with $2.3 billion taking place in Russia alone. Compared to last year, the problem has doubled...

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New Opportunities for Cyber Espionage and Cyber Crime

March 08, 2012 Added by:Plagiarist Paganini

Computer fraud, phishing, and malware development designed to steal sensitive information from users, the use of advanced persistent threats, ramsonware, and cyber espionage are all activities united by the intent to profit from the improper use of technology...

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Cyber Preparedness: Paper Tigers... Aren’t We All?

February 09, 2012 Added by:Infosec Island Admin

China, Russia, Israel etc etc are all key players in the espionage world which now includes the 5th battlespace of information warfare carried out on the internet and within computer networks. To think anything else because someone asked them just how prepared “they” were for “cyberwar” is just appallingly stupid...

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Syrian Drama and the Impact on Cyberspace

February 07, 2012 Added by:Plagiarist Paganini

Cyberspace is comparable to a stormy sea in which you navigate by sight, and where the scenarios are changing rapidly in an unpredictable way by the presence of uncontrolled entities such as cyber hacktivists, in addition to cyber armies set up by the main world powers...

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Acts of Terrorism vs. Cyber Threats: New Offense Scenarios

February 02, 2012 Added by:Plagiarist Paganini

“I do not think today it is necessarily the number one threat, but it will be tomorrow... Counterterrorism... with the FBI is the present number one priority. But down the road, the cyberthreat, which cuts across all programs, will be the number one threat to the country...”

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Curran-Gardner: A Smoking Gun, But Where's the Body?

January 25, 2012 Added by:Bob Radvanovsky

Curran-Gardner: A contractor for a control systems outsourcing company had accessed one of his customer's systems from a foreign country, only to be confused with a foreign-national actor with malicious intent, but one question still remains: What really happened to the pump?

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