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The Fox By Frederick Forsyth – Digested Read
14th Oct 2018 [2 days ago] from Guardian
‘The boy beat the Koreans with a few lines of computer code that no one else in the world could have thought of’Under the cover of darkness, a secret unit of the SAS, called the secret unit of the SAS and known only to two men in the...
MP Demands Met Police Explain Why Brexit Inquiry Dropped
14th Oct 2018 [2 days ago] from Guardian
Damian Collins says Scotland Yard must explain failure to look into potential crimes committed by three pro-Brexit groupsA senior Conservative MP has demanded that Scotland Yard urgently explain why it has not opened a criminal investigation...
MP Urges Police To Investigate Data Misuse By Leave Campaigners
13th Oct 2018 [3 days ago] from Guardian
Damian Collins says Scotland Yard must explain its failure to look into potential crimes committed by three pro-Brexit groupsA senior Conservative MP has demanded that Scotland Yard urgently explain why it has not opened a criminal investigation...
Citizen Journalists – The Fighters On The Frontline Against Russia’s Attacks
13th Oct 2018 [3 days ago] from Guardian
We can no longer count on our governments to protect us from a tide of disinformation. Our security rests in the hands of open source intelligence, as pioneered by BellingcatWhen the story of 2018 is told, historians may be hard pressed...
Citizen Journalists Who Shine A Light On The Darkest Secrets
13th Oct 2018 [3 days ago] from Guardian
We can no longer count on our governments to protect us from a tide of disinformation. Our security rests in the hands of open source intelligence, as pioneered by BellingcatWhen the story of 2018 is told, historians may be hard pressed...
Facebook Says 14m Accounts Had Personal Data Stolen In Recent Breach
12th Oct 2018 [4 days ago] from Guardian
Hackers were able to access name, birthdate and other data in nearly half of the 30 million accounts that were affectedFacebook has revealed 30 million accounts were affected in a data breach last month. The company said hackers were able...
Russia Will Not Reduce Aggressive Spying, Analysts Warn
5th Oct 2018 [11 days ago] from Guardian
Expulsion of agents from the Netherlands will not deter Vladimir Putin, experts sayMoscow is unlikely to be deterred from carrying out aggressive foreign spying operations by the embarrassing unmasking of several of its agents in the Netherlands,...
The Guardian View On Russia And Hacking: Time To Tackle Our Vulnerabilities | Editorial
5th Oct 2018 [11 days ago] from Guardian
The disrupted cyber-attack on the chemical weapons watchdog and allegations of a sophisticated Chinese hardware hack have highlighted the dangersThe farcical aspects of the attempted Russian cyber-attack reported by the UK and the Netherlands...
String Of Own Goals By Russian Spies Exposes A Strange Sloppiness
4th Oct 2018 [12 days ago] from Guardian
The secretive, daring GRU seems to have lost its way in the age of internet searchIt must go down as one of the most embarrassing months ever for Russia’s military intelligence.In the 30 days since Theresa May revealed the cover identities...
China Planted Chips In Apple And Amazon Servers, Report Claims
4th Oct 2018 [12 days ago] from Guardian
Both firms deny report they found chips giving backdoor access to computers and dataA Chinese military unit has been inserting tiny microchips into computer servers used by companies including Apple and Amazon that give China unprecedented...
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