American government officials, media, and people in general might be centered around the progressing fight among Apple and the FBI over encryption in the iPhone, however the alleged Crypto Wars are a long way from only a national issue. Continue reading “Crypto wars are “Global””
According to the WSJ (Wall Street Journal), China and Russia have more solidified their growing and maturing relationship current week via making an online security deal.
As indicated by The Wall Street Journal (WJS), the two nations have promised not to dispatch cyberattacks against one another. They’ve further consented to a trade of technology, as well as of data, (for example, threats on cyber security) among their law enforcement companies. Continue reading “What Does Russia and China ‘No Hack’ Agreement Mean For America?”
According to a report released by a famous American security company dubbed as “FireEye”, a group of hackers from Russia has been making use of vulnerabilities in two well-known software – Microsoft’s Windows OS and Adobe’s Flash – the Russian hackers try to grab the info about different governments. Continue reading “Russian Hackers ATP28 Used Zero-Days Vulnerability to Hack Diplomatic Targets in the US”
A recent study based on the findings of a poll in Russia highlights the fact that the majority of Russian citizens agree with the Internet censorship measures taken by the Government and state that such acts are justified by the ongoing threats of the web to the country.
Russia has been tightening its legislation regarding Internet freedom and censorship over the years. Due to the international issues that the country has to deal with, such as its confrontation with the West about the war with Ukraine, Russia has become even stricter with the Internet surveillance and the prohibitions that it poses on sites and users. Surprisingly enough, the majority of Russian citizens agree with such tactics. This is the conclusion of a recent study of the Moscow Times, highlighting the opinion of the people living in Russia as to the hot potato of Internet censorship. Continue reading “Many Russian Citizens in Favor of Internet Censorship, Study”