The Russo-Ukrainian was continues to rage on in both the physical world and cyberspace, providing an ongoing stream of events to analyze and new security threats to study. While the world is focused on this conflict, other threat actors remains active and mostly unreported.
The ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine has been the main highlight of March 2022, generating a significant increase in online activity. As a majority of the world united against Russian aggression, multiple hacktivist groups have targeted Belarusian and Russian institutions
The Los Angeles Times reports that the reports about the Agent.BTZ worm spreading to the U.S Army networks might be a coordinated attacks originating from Russia. The U.S Central Command is now infected with the worm and a high-classified network has been hit also. It is unclear if the author of the article thinks that […]
Not entirely cyber warfare related but still a very interesting read, but according to the Global Trends 2025 report by the National Intelligence Council, irregular warfare, which cyber warfare is part of, will play a determinant part in the future of the United States: “… expanded adoption of irregular warfare tactics by both state and […]
An unnamed senior US official has declared to the Financial Times that the Whitehouse computer network was victim to numerous cyber attacks from China. According to the same official, the attackers had access to e-mails for short periods of time. The unclassified network of the Whitehouse was breach numerous times by the attackers, which may […]
Newsweek reports that the computer systems of M. Obama and M. McCain were both hacked by unknown attackers during their campaigns. Very little information is available, but according to Newsweek, the FBI and the Secret Services claimed that several files from the Obama servers had been compromised by a “foreign entity” in midsummer. The same […]
BBC News reports that a trojan, labeled Sinowal, has been crawling across the Internet. The Trojan is notorious for stealing bank account details. Sean Brady of RSA‘s security division reports that “more than 270,000 banking accounts and 240,000 credit and debit cards have been compromised from financial institutions in countries including the US, UK, Australia […]