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Pro-Russian hackers spread hoaxes to divide Ukraine, allies

As Ukrainians flooded into Poland earlier this year to flee Russian invaders, a hacking group aligned with the Kremlin sought to spread rumors that criminal gangs were waiting to harvest the organs of...

Ukraine presses forward with Azovstal evacuations— live updates

Ukraine prepares to evacuate wounded people and medics out of Azovstal plant Russian forces destroyed a museum in Ukraine G7 leaders to hold video conference with Zelenskyy German intelligence say...

A chilling Russian cyber aim in Ukraine: Digital dossiers

BOSTON (AP) — Russia's relentless digital assaults on Ukraine may have caused less damage than many anticipated. But most of its hacking is focused on a different goal that gets less attention but h...

Business Highlights: Gas 'blackmail,' Meta's profit

___ Musk’s Twitter ambitions to collide with Europe’s tech rules LONDON (AP) — A hands-off approach to moderating content at Elon Musk’s Twitter could clash with am...

Microsoft: Russian hacks often accompany Ukraine attacks

BOSTON (AP) — Cyberattacks by state-backed Russian hackers have destroyed data across dozens of organizations in Ukraine and produced “a chaotic information environment,” Microsoft says in a report r...

US agencies: Industrial control system malware discovered

BOSTON (AP) — Multiple U.S. government agencies issued a joint alert Wednesday warning of the discovery of a suite of malicious cyber tools created by unnamed advanced threat actors that are capable o...

Satellite modems nexus of worst cyberattack of Ukraine war

A malicious software command that immediately crippled tens of thousands of modems across Europe anchored the cyberattack on a satellite network used by Ukraine’s government and military just as Russi...

Russian officials charged in years-old energy sector hacks

WASHINGTON (AP) — Four Russian officials, including hackers with a government intelligence agency, have been charged in malicious intrusions that targeted the energy industry and thousands of computer...

German firms in the crosshairs of Russian hackers?

Russia is attacking Ukraine not just with tanks and rockets, but also in cyberspace — where routers, electricity grids and government websites were targeted even before the actual invasion. Exp...

Live updates: UN meets to consider humanitarian resolutions

UNITED NATIONS — Ukraine’s U.N ambassador is urging all nations that stand against Russia’s invasion to vote for a U.N. resolution on the humanitarian consequences of its aggression, saying this will ...

FBI sees growing Russian hacker interest in US energy firms

WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI is warning that it has seen increased interest by Russian hackers in energy companies since the start of Russia's war against Ukraine, though it is offering no indication tha...

Business Highlights: Imperiled wheat, new 'Gigafactory'

___ Ukraine war imperils wheat, but farmers in no rush to pivot DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Farmers worldwide are weighing whether to change their planting p...

Biden warns US companies of potential Russian cyberattacks

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — President Joe Biden on Monday urged U.S. companies to make sure their digital doors are locked tight because of “evolving intelligence” that Russia is considering launching cybera...

Ukraine digital army brews cyberattacks, intel and infowar

BOSTON (AP) — Formed in a fury to counter Russia’s blitzkrieg attack, Ukraine’s hundreds-strong volunteer “hacker” corps is much more than a paramilitary cyberattack force in Europe's first major war ...

Ukraine digital army brews cyberattacks, intel and infowar

BOSTON (AP) — Formed in a fury to counter Russia’s blitzkrieg attack, Ukraine’s hundreds-strong volunteer “hacker” corps is much more than a paramilitary cyberattack force in Europe's first major war ...