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FSB: O Maior Serviço de Segurança da Europa

FSB: O Maior Serviço de Segurança da Europa

FSB in English | FSB in Russian  A FSB, o maior serviço de segurança da Europa, supostamente emprega 66.000 funcionários uniformizados.  Estabelecida em 1994, a FSB evoluiu a partir da KGB da era comunista. É a equivalente russa do FBI americano e da Patrulha de Fronteira juntos. As principais responsabilidades da FSB são controlar as...

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Cyberwar Pits Coders of MI6 against Huawei

Cyberwar Pits Coders of MI6 against Huawei

The West’s war on Huawei, the Chinese telecom giant, continues. The West v. Huawei is a war on two fronts It is a struggle about intelligence war–who will control the flow of information?–and it is an economic war–whose companies will dominate global markets? It’s cyber-econo war. President Trump’s actions, supported by the U.S. intelligence community,...

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Iran Awaits U.S. Vote With Strategic Patience, Tactical Interference   

Iran Awaits U.S. Vote With Strategic Patience, Tactical Interference   

During the final US presidential debate on October 23, Democratic nominee Joe Biden threatened retaliation against those foreign actors that seek to interfere in the American electoral process and undermine voter confidence in its integrity. “They will pay a price if I’m elected,” the former US Vice President warned, specifically naming Russia, China and Iran....

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Six GRU Officers Charged With Cyber Attacks on Ukraine, South Korea, and French Elections

Six GRU Officers Charged With Cyber Attacks on Ukraine, South Korea, and French Elections

From the U.S. Department of Justice: These GRU hackers and their co-conspirators engaged in computer intrusions and attacks intended to support Russian government efforts to undermine, retaliate against, or otherwise destabilize: (1) Ukraine; (2) Georgia; (3) elections in France; (4) efforts to hold Russia accountable for its use of a weapons-grade nerve agent, Novichok, on...

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Could Russian Hackers Turn Out the Lights on Behalf of Trump? 

Could Russian Hackers Turn Out the Lights on Behalf of Trump? 

The ability of Russian intelligence agencies to disrupt U.S. infrastructure should not be doubted, says Jeff Stein at SpyTalk. With a vested interest in President Trump retaining power, the Russians have a motive. Former Bush national security adviser Richard Clarke sees a  threat. In 2018 Dan Coats, the then-director of national intelligence, warned that the...

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