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Tuesday’s attack “technically” resembles two previous incidents whose perpetrators “were unquestionably our enemies, namely the United States and the Zionist regime”, the Revolutionary Guards’ Gholamreza Jalali said. “We have analysed two incidents, the railway accident and the Shahid Rajaei port accident, and we found that they were similar,” Jalali, who heads a civil defence unit […]

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The ransomware attacks on meatpacker JBS and Colonial Pipeline are prompting the Biden administration to confront nations like Russia and China on harboring hackers who cause major disruptions overseas. The back-to-back attacks from groups based in Russia are raising the stakes for this month’s summit with President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the first […]

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Also tracked as TA407 and COBALT DICKENS, the adversary was previously observed launching similar attacks for two years in a row. In 2018, the group set up fake login pages for 76 universities. In 2019, Silent Librarian targeted more than 60 universities in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Switzerland, the United States, and the United Kingdom. […]

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