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Kaspersky CEO: U.S. attack company because it found something U.S. didn't like

Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab has fallen victim to a witch hunt in the US just because it did its job too well, the company's CEO, Eugene Kaspersky, said. He added that his firm might have stumbled upon some secret US business. The whole situation around the US ban on the use of Kas

SOTT.NET - 2017-11-18 03:55:00

Ex-Spy Chiefs Arrested in South Korea on Corruption Charges

South Korea's ousted leader Park Geun-hye leaving her home in Seoul, in March. Two former spy chiefs were arrested on Friday on charges of funneling money to Ms. Park.Credit Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters SEOUL, South Korea - Two South Korean spy chiefs who served under the impeached former President Park Geu

NEW YORK TIMES - 2017-11-17 03:21:29

Gene Simmons Permanently BANNED From Fox News For Acting Inappropriate Towards Female Staffers!

Gene Simmons can kiss his relationship with Fox News goodbye, because the rocker has been banned for life from the conservative news network! According to The Daily Beast, the rock icon, who has been a regular guest on Fox News and Fox Business, was kicked out of the premises on Wednesday due to bad

PEREZHILTON - 2017-11-17 20:26:15

Retired Navy SEAL commander explains how to wake up earlier: 'Don't think'

Jocko Willink, the retired Navy SEAL who founded Echelon Front.Echelon Front Jocko Willink is a retired Navy SEAL commander with a leadership-consulting company, best-selling books, and a hit podcast. His latest book is a "field manual" full of routines for cultivating discipline. He recommends imme

BUSINESS INSIDER - 2017-11-17 13:53:00

Military intelligence Airman found dead in work area at Fort Gordon

An Airman assigned to the 31st Intelligence Squadron at Fort Gordon was found dead in his work area during duty hours on Wednesday. This is truly a tragic time for each member of our squadron, having to say goodbye to a beloved colleague," said Lt. Col. Andy Freeman, 31st IS commander in a press rel

POPULARMILITARY.COM - 2017-11-17 14:48:08

The KEYW Holding Corporation (KEYW) Rating Lowered to Sell at Zacks Investment Research

The KEYW Holding Corporation (NASDAQ:KEYW) was downgraded by Zacks Investment Research from a "hold" rating to a "sell" rating in a research report issued on Wednesday, November 8th. According to Zacks, "KEYW Corporation with its subsidiaries is engaged in providing mission-critical cyber security

LEDGERGAZETTE.COM - 2017-11-17 12:06:09

BCHR raises alarm over Manama's persecution of women Human Rights defenders

(AhlulBayt News Agency) - The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) called on Manama to investigate widespread allegations of abuse against female activists and for those responsible to be held to account. According to the rights group, the intensifying campaign of repression in Bahrain has also m

ABNA24.COM - 2017-11-16 06:01:00

Kaspersky denies it was involved in hacking of NSA staffer's PC, again

RUSSIAN SECURITY OUTFIT Kaspersky has denied it played a role in hacking into the personal computer of a US National Security Agency (NSA) worker. Kaspersky Lab has published a report detailing an internal investigation it launched examining allegations that its software was used to compromise an NS

THE INQUIRER - 2017-11-16 14:21:38

Kaspersky Shares More Details on NSA Incident

Kaspersky Lab on Thursday shared more details from its investigation into reports claiming that Russian hackers stole data belonging to the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) by exploiting the company's software. The Wall Street Journal reported last month that hackers working for the Russian gover

SECURITYWEEK.COM - 2017-11-16 08:00:00

How did WikiLeaks become associated with Russia?

WikiLeaks, the website that bills itself as "we open governments," and entities linked to the Kremlin have a relationship that goes back further than the 2016 election. Headlines are focused again on WikiLeaks and Russia, after reports that Donald Trump Jr. occasionally corresponded with WikiLeaks

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The Senate Intelligence Committee Really Wants to Secretly Snoop on Americans

Badboo / Dreamstime.comA newly released report from the Senate's Select Committee on Intelligence shows how thoroughly its members are resisting any efforts to protect Americans from unwarranted surveillance. Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Amendments is up for renewa

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White House discloses secretive decision process for growing hacking toolkit

Rancho Tehama gunman killed his wife and hid her body under their home, authorities say Provided by The Hill White House makes decision process for stockpiling hacking tools transparent The White House on Wednesday lifted the veil on the secretive executive branch process used to determine which com

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US rules on reporting cybersecurity flaws set to change according to source

The Trump administration is set to release its rules for determining whether to disclose t that they find, according to a national security official in the US. Speaking to the Reuters news agency, the anonymous source stated that the revised rules would be released on whitehouse.gov on Wednesday. Th

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Warrantless spying on US citizens sanctioned by Pentagon, training documents indicate

Policy and training documents from US intelligence agencies obtained by Human Rights Watch earlier this year authorize warrantless spying on US citizens with no connections to terrorists. The documents, obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request submitted by Human Rights Watch in January

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White House explains how it assesses, declassifies info about cybersecurity threats

The White House has opened up about the so-called Vulnerabilities Equities Process (VEP) established during the Obama administration, providing its first public explanation of how the government goes about determining whether to disclose cybersecurity flaws or keep them secret. The Trump administrat

WASHINGTON TIMES - 2017-11-15 23:09:42

'Leaker' behind massive NSA breach possibly still working at agency

Around mid-2016 the United States National Security Agency (NSA) was breached - and it has been revealed the 'leaker' might still be at play. The breach was reported as 'catastrophic' and even more damaging than Edward Snowden's massive data leak. Since August 2016, a group called the Shadow Brokers

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Trump administration releases rules on disclosing cyber flaws

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration publicly released on Wednesday its rules for deciding whether to disclose cyber security flaws or keep them secret, in an effort to bring more transparency to a process that has long been cloaked in mystery. The move is an attempt by the U.S. governme

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Ransomware: Choose Your Money or Your Data

BAD RABBIT, EXPETR MAKE YOU WANNACRY Two large-scale global ransomware attacks this year were the infamous global WannaCry and ExPetr (also known as Petya and NotPetya). The WannaCry or WannaCrypt ransomware attack affected more than 230,000 computers in over 150 countries. And now a third attack, d

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Who hacked the NSA?

The US intelligence community is reeling from what veterans call the biggest cyber security breach ever. Just over a year ago, hackers got into the National Security Agency (NSA), getting away with some of the agency's top cyber security defenses and weapons. The cyber weapons were then used to laun

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GCHQ concerned about Barclays' Kaspersky AV giveaway

UK SPY AGENCY GCHQ has joined US intelligence agencies in voicing concerns over Kaspersky anti-virus software. In particularly, GCHQ is concerned about Barclays' deal to provide Kaspersky subscriptions free of charge to users of its home banking service. It fears that if those Barclays customers wor

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