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Hacked radio stations made to broadcast disinformation and unique malware targeted at a tech company whose software is used by state agencies are just the latest examples of the barrage of malware facing Ukrainian network defenders. It’s not quite cyberwar, but as the Russian incursion into Ukraine grinds onward, so does the a barrage of […]

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The U.S. government on Thursday unsealed an indictment that accused two Iranian nationals of their involvement in cyber-enabled disinformation and threat campaign orchestrated to interfere in the 2020 presidential elections by gaining access to confidential voter information from at least one state election website. The two defendants in question — Seyyed Mohammad Hosein Musa Kazemi, […]

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Spreading disinformation on the results of the elections represents a threat to the credibility of the electoral process, meant to undermine confidence in the democratic institutions in the United States, the alert reads. According to the FBI and CISA, both foreign actors and cybercriminals are expected to target the 2020 elections through newly created websites, […]

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