The botnet was controlled by Russian-backed agents for criminal and spy operations
"No Starlinks have been sold directly or indirectly to Russia"
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella warns that hackers could cause breakdown in world order, calls for digital Geneva Convention
After Microsoft admitted it was hacked by a Russian group
The sanctions process is one of the ways the US is helping Ukraine fight the way but it is inefficient
Not a very cozy bear
Just as Russia raises more money for its war in Ukraine
Poor secure configuration exposed the software and AI giant to information exfiltration
Facepalm: Even though they can now choose from a remarkably long list of attacks against corporate networks, cybercriminals often resort to "simpler" methods like brute-force password guessing. No one is safe from insecure email accounts, after all.
There are still technical hurdles to overcome but advances are being made
Arguably the most sophisticated iOS spyware ever discovered
Thanks to platforms such as Cameo
Putin thinks Western AIs are "bias"
"LitterDrifter" worm is infecting PCs that weren't intentionally targeted by its creators
Joining TikTok on the banned list
Actual details about the security incident are undisclosed at this moment
Matveev doesn't consider himself to be a hacker, though
Apple has reportedly warned many Russian journalists about Pegasus infection on their iPhone
"How am I in this war?"
In a nutshell: Elon Musk turned off Starlink to foil a Ukrainian drone attack on the Russian naval fleet in Crimea last year over fears that Vladimir Putin would retaliate with a nuclear strike, according to a new biography.
The service has been operating in Russia through an Nvidia partner
The mission was launched to study the moon's polar region and exosphere
Russia fines Reddit, Apple, and Wikipedia for not removing "fake" content related to Ukraine invasion
Wikipedia has been fined multiple times
Metro series author Dmitry Glukhovsky sentenced to 8 years in prison by Russian court for social media posts
He accused the Russian military of war crimes
A real-world conflict seeps into the virtual realms
Russia's piracy problem has worsened
Tech has been at the forefront of the Russia/Ukraine war
Over spying concerns, again