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Anonymous warns China not to 'try anything stupid against Taiwan'

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The hacker group Anonymous defaced a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) website and warned Beijing to "not try anything stupid against Taiwan" in the wake of Russia&#...

Terry Guo calls for cyber warfare task force in Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwanese business tycoon Terry Guo (郭台銘) on Thursday (March 24) urged the establishment of a cyber warfare task force as he threw his weight behind a new legislative comm...

Inside Ukraine's cyber guerrilla army

In the morning, before heading to his day job in "just another city" in Denmark, Jens spends around an hour defending Ukraine in cyberspace. First, the IT professional in his mid-40s checks...

Anonymous hacks into Russian firm running Ukrainian nuclear plant

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Anonymous has hacked into the website of a Russian company allegedly running a Ukrainian nuclear power plant seized by Russia, defaced the site, and gained access to gigab...

Anonymous hacks over 400 Russian cameras to support Ukraine

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Anonymous has hacked into over 400 surveillance cameras across Russia and posted anti-Putin messages to support Ukraine. To retaliate over Russia's invasion of Ukra...

Opinion: The cyberwar over Ukraine is like nothing we've seen before

On day three after Russian tanks began invading Ukraine, one of the country's deputy prime ministers and minister of digital transformation, published a call for arms on Twitter. But in his tweet,...

Ukraine: Cyberwar creates chaos, 'it won't win the war'

Russia's invasion of Ukraine has been a hybrid war from the start, a mix of conventional military strategy — traditional "boots on the ground" — and a slightly more unconvent...

Anonymous hacks into Russian website, devices to retaliate for Ukraine invasion

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The decentralized international hacktivist collective Anonymous has hacked into a Russian website. On Thursday (Feb. 24), Anonymous hacked into the Center for the Prote...

Risk of a Ukraine war spreading in Europe rests on unknowns

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Russian invasion of Ukraine would be devastating, and a wider European war even worse. Whether a larger war happens would depend partly on President Vladimir Putin's ambitions, par...

Iran's president says cyberattack meant to create 'disorder'

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Iran's president said Wednesday that a cyberattack which paralyzed every gas station in the Islamic Republic was designed to get “people angry by creating disorder a...

Latest hack to test Biden's vow for consequences for Russia

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said he would “deliver” a message to Russian President Vladimir Putin about the latest ransomware attacks targeting American businesses, setting up a test of Bide...

Latest hack to test Biden's vow for consequences for Russia

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Wednesday he would “deliver” a message to Russian President Vladimir Putin about the latest ransomware attacks targeting American businesses, setting up a te...

CrowdSec raises $5M to transform the global communications landscape with a collaborative solution

The power of Open Source innovation ensures that the worldwide internetworked community can now maintain its own safety PARIS, FRANCE - Media OutReach - 11 May 2021 - CrowdSec, which puts online secur...

China accuses Taiwan of cyberattack amid coronavirus outbreak

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Chinese state-run Global Times on Thursday (March 12) accused the Taiwanese government and its special unit for launching a large-scale cyber attack amid the current e...

UK voters decide who they want to resolve Brexit impasse

LONDON (AP) — U.K. voters were deciding Thursday who they want to resolve the stalemate over Brexit in a parliamentary election seen as one of the most important since the end of World War II. ...