[First in a Series: How Top World Intelligence Agencies Assess the US Election] Russian intelligence agencies – encouraged by the absence of any real U.S. pushback – are actively promoting disinformation about the U.S. presidential election, while seeking to hack into election systems, according to former CIA officers with Russian expertise and a wide variety...
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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...
Former Army Officer Charged With Spying for Russia’s GRU
It has not been a good time for U.S. counterintelligence. First, came the news that Chinese intelligence service had inserted a penetration agent in the CIA. Now comes the news that Russian military’s Main Intelligence Directorate, the GRU recruited a spy from the U.S. Army. The GRU allegedly offered Afghan rebels a bounty for killing...
NSA Dissented From CIA on Russian Bounty Intelligence
From the unlikely duo of Antiwar.com and the Wall Street Journal comes a dissent from the leaked intelligence reports that Russia’s military intelligence service, the GRU, offered bounty payments to Taliban commanders who killed U.S. servicemen in Afghanistan. The National Security Agency and the CIA differed on the intelligence, with NSA analysts concluding the evidence...
CIA’s Haspel All But Confirms Russian Bounty Reports
On Monday, Gina Haspel made a rare public statement. It contained both a small favor and a veiled rebuke to President Trump. It was an intelligence agency kind of statement: opaque in verbiage but clear in meaning if you know the coded language of White House-Langley relations. The CIA director didn’t comment on the multiplying...