Israeli firm busts 13-year-long Europe hack attack

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans One of the biggest and certainly longest-living professional hacking operations in the world is history — thanks to an Israeli company that discovered that thieves have been using a single system to break into computers for more than a decade. […]…

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Espionage hacking grows, with more from east Europe.

According to one of the most comprehensive annual studies of computer intrusions, hacking for espionage purposes is sharply increasing, with groups or national governments from Eastern Europe. Spying intrusions traced back in 2013 were blamed on residents of China and other East Asian nations 49 per cent of the time,…

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aljazeeraamerica: Russia slams Europe for ‘aggressive…

aljazeeraamerica: Russia slams Europe for ‘aggressive promotion’ of gay rights A Russian human rights report released Thursday lashed out at European Union nations for its “aggressive promotion” of the rights of sexual minorities, the latest in a spate of anti-gay statementsfrom Russian President Vladimir Putin’s administration. Read More…. View full post…

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Europe and its battle against cyber crime

2013 was the year for new cyber security laws and regulations across Europe. Cyber criminals have hacked NATO, government agencies and corporations for some years and Germany’s Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) recently announced the hacking of 16 million German email accounts, a massive security breach very similar to…

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US-funded Radio Free Europe again hit by hackers

  U.S.-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty says its news services have been disrupted by a cyberattack for the second time in two months. The Prague-based broadcaster says the latest intermittent cyber warfare began Sunday. It says the attackers have been flooding computer servers with fake traffic from many computers infected…

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