Zero Hedge by Tyrler Durden Remember when North Korea “hackers” breached several firewall layers at Sony, exposing gigabytes of confidential data, only for it to eventually emerge that it was all the work of a disgruntled Sony employee? Apparently not, because the same plot line is being re-run all ...Read more 0
IDIOT Obama’s Cyber-Attack Threat Against Russia Backfires & Takes Down Sites All Over USA. Well, can’t say we don’t ‘have it coming’ – (Collectively, Corporately speaking) Obama the lunatic, madman threatens countries, changes regimes, starts WW3 against Russia and he expects everyone in different countries to sit there and ...Read more Comments Off on IDIOT Obama’s Cyber-Attack Threat Against Russia Backfires & Takes Down Sites All Over USA.
The Hill By Cory Bennett A series of data breaches overseas are spurring concerns that hackers could manipulate elections in the United States. Since December, hundreds of millions of voters in the U.S., the Philippines, Turkey and Mexico have had their data discovered on the web in unprotected form. ...Read more Comments Off on Election fraud feared as hackers target voter records
New York Times by Joseph Berger The United States has many colossal dams, hydroelectric power generators like Hoover and Grand Coulee so monumental in scale and purpose that they have been celebrated in song by Woody Guthrie and others. The Bowman Avenue Dam in this low-key suburban village ...Read more Comments Off on A Dam, Small and Unsung, Is Caught Up in an Iranian Hacking Case – The New York Times
H/t Tyler Durden of Zero Hedge reported via Norse.com Attack Map (in real time) that the United States is under a bombardment of cyber attacks, point of origin: China. Durden notes “What clearly stands out is that for some reason Chinese hackers really are focusing on St. Louis this ...Read more Comments Off on First UAL, then NYSE, WSJ. Cyber Attack?