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Aug 21 2018
Hackers linked to Russia’s government tried to target the websites of two right-wing U.S. think-tanks, suggesting they were broadening their attacks in the build-up to November elections, Microsoft said.Reuters
Sep 07 2023
KYIV, Ukraine -- A Russian missile tore through an outdoor market in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday, killing 17 people and wounding dozens, as U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken returned to the country with more than $1 billion in new American funding for Ukraine, including military and humanitarian aid. Blinken's fourth visit to the country was overshadowed by the strike in the city ofArkansas Democrat-Gazette
Jul 13 2023
Chinese state-linked hackers since May have secretly accessed email accounts at around 25 organizations, including at least two U.S. government agencies, Microsoft and U.S. officials said on Wednesday. The United States detected a breach of federal government accounts "fairly rapidly" and managed to prevent further breaches, White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said in anWashington Free Beacon
May 04 2023
Hacker sabotage has disrupted several public services in Dallas, closing courts and knocking emergency services websites offline, officials said on Thursday. Courts were closed Wednesday and will remain closed Thursday, the City of Dallas said in a series of statements posted to the web. Although the statements said emergency services to residents were unaffected, the home pages of the policeNewsmax (News)
Sep 24 2023
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says the US is 'directly at war' with Moscow as the White House continues to pledge weapons to Ukraine
According to Russian officials, the United States' continued support of Ukraine puts the country "directly at war" with Moscow.
"You can call this whatever you want to call this, but they are directly at war with us. We can call this a hybrid war, but that doesn't change the reality," CNN reported Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Saturday after being asked by a journalistInsider
Aug 26 2017
Back in June, a tantalizing set of reports from Shane Harris of the Wall Street Journal gave us one indication that collusion may have occurred, or was at least attempted, between supporters of Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and Russian hackers who targeted Democrats’ emails.Vox
Jul 12 2023
Chinese government-linked hackers attempted to breach email accounts at the State Department and Commerce Department earlier this year, according to revelations from Microsoft. Both agencies confirmed in separate statements that they had been affected by the attack, which was discovered hours before Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s trip to Beijing last month. “The Department of StateNew York Post (News)
Jul 12 2023
Chinese state-linked hackers secretly accessed email accounts at around 25 organizations, including government agencies, in a sweeping cyberespionage campaign, Microsoft said Wednesday.
Microsoft did not say which organizations or governments had been affected by the digital intrusion, but the White House said the U.S. had reported it to Microsoft.
National SecurityNewsmax (News)
Sep 02 2023
The Nobel Foundation said on Saturday that it would not allow the ambassadors of Russia, Belarus and Iran to attend this year’s Nobel Prize awards ceremony in Sweden, reversing its prior decision amid backlash. On Thursday, the foundation declared that it would extend invitations to the three countries as an act of inclusion, noting that even those who don’t share the values of the prizeDaily Beast
Sep 10 2020
The Russian military intelligence unit that attacked the Democratic National Committee four years ago is back with a series of new, more stealthy hacks aimed at campaign staff, consultants and think tanks associated with both Democrats and Republicans.
That warning was issued on Thursday by the Microsoft Corporation, in an assessment that is far more detailed than any yet made public byNew York Times (News)