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MLive.com
An exposé on competitive tickling, Woody Allen's latest, or the top doc from Sundance: What will you watch this weekend?plays Saturday July 30 through Monday August 1 at the Michigan. Zero Days is a
An exposé on competitive tickling, Woody Allen's latest, or the top doc from Sundance: What will you watch this weekend?
MLive.com / Posted an hour ago
plays Saturday July 30 through Monday August 1 at the Michigan. Zero Days is a documentary thriller about the world of cyberwar. For the first time, the film tells the complete story of Stuxnet, a piece of self-replicating computer malware... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Was Clinton a good secretary of state?political adversaries. This explains why -- while security professionals worry
Was Clinton a good secretary of state?
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 5 hours ago
political adversaries. This explains why -- while security professionals worry about Russia, China, nuclear weapons and cyberwar -- the GOP's convention devoted most of its national security programming to Benghazi and immigration. And senior... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Was Clinton a good secretary of state?political adversaries. This explains why -- while security professionals worry
Was Clinton a good secretary of state?
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 5 hours ago
political adversaries. This explains why -- while security professionals worry about Russia, China, nuclear weapons and cyberwar -- the GOP's convention devoted most of its national security programming to Benghazi and immigration. And senior... Read more
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CNBC
GOPs proposal to 'hack back' could start a cyberwar, say expertswould allow the DNC or any private firm to take unilateral actions against Russ
GOPs proposal to 'hack back' could start a cyberwar, say experts
CNBC / Posted yesterday
would allow the DNC or any private firm to take unilateral actions against Russian intelligence, possibly starting a cyberwar," said Anup Ghosh, founder and CEO of the security software company Invincea. "The only thing we know for certain... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Before the DNC hack, Russian internet trolls were being hired to pose as pro-Trump Americans"active measure" described by Weiss, adapted to modern technology to have maxim
Before the DNC hack, Russian internet trolls were being hired to pose as pro-Trump Americans
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
"active measure" described by Weiss, adapted to modern technology to have maximum impact. "The DNC hack and dump is what cyberwar looks like," Dave Aitel, a cybersecurity specialist, a former NSA employee, and founder of cybersecurity firm... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Before the DNC hack, Russian internet trolls were being hired to pose as pro-Trump Americans"active measure" described by Weiss, adapted to modern technology to have maxim
Before the DNC hack, Russian internet trolls were being hired to pose as pro-Trump Americans
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
"active measure" described by Weiss, adapted to modern technology to have maximum impact. "The DNC hack and dump is what cyberwar looks like," Dave Aitel, a cybersecurity specialist, a former NSA employee, and founder of cybersecurity firm... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Before the DNC hack, Russian internet trolls were being hired to pose as pro-Trump Americans"active measure" described by Weiss, adapted to modern technology to have maxim
Before the DNC hack, Russian internet trolls were being hired to pose as pro-Trump Americans
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
"active measure" described by Weiss, adapted to modern technology to have maximum impact. "The DNC hack and dump is what cyberwar looks like," Dave Aitel, a cybersecurity specialist, a former NSA employee, and founder of cybersecurity firm... Read more
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Business Insider
Before the DNC hack, Russian internet trolls were being hired to pose as pro-Trump Americans"active measure" described by Weiss, adapted to modern technology to have maxim
Before the DNC hack, Russian internet trolls were being hired to pose as pro-Trump Americans
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
"active measure" described by Weiss, adapted to modern technology to have maximum impact. "The DNC hack and dump is what cyberwar looks like," Dave Aitel, a cybersecurity specialist, a former NSA employee, and founder of cybersecurity firm... Read more
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Daily Maverick
US 2016: Donald J Trump, The Siberian Candidate?Aitel [a computer security specialist in a note on the Ars Technica website] ar
US 2016: Donald J Trump, The Siberian Candidate?
Daily Maverick / Posted 2 days ago
Aitel [a computer security specialist in a note on the Ars Technica website] argued that the ‘DNC hack and dump is what cyberwar looks like’. There is a decent case that information systems surrounding our elections should qualify as ‘critical... Read more
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CBC.ca
Why the Russians would want to meddle in the U.S. election and damage the Clinton campaigncampaign statements "pretty desperate" and "pretty absurd." Trump himself has d
Why the Russians would want to meddle in the U.S. election and damage the Clinton campaign
CBC.ca / Posted 2 days ago
campaign statements "pretty desperate" and "pretty absurd." Trump himself has dismissed the idea. Martin Libicki, a cyberwar expert at the RAND Corporation and author of the upcoming book Cyberspace in Peace and War, said it's much more... Read more
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Slate
Is the DNC Hack an Act of War—And Are We Prepared to Defend Our Elections From Foreign Powers?large foreign policy implications (in Europe, Syria, etc.). How seriously do y
Is the DNC Hack an Act of War—And Are We Prepared to Defend Our Elections From Foreign Powers?
Slate / Posted 2 days ago
large foreign policy implications (in Europe, Syria, etc.). How seriously do you think the government takes issues of cyberwarfare? Do you feel confident about our defensive capabilities and competence? “Cyberwar” is a misleading term—the... Read more
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Business Insider
People think Russia leaked the DNC emails to deliberately meddle in the US electionthe security firm Immunity Inc., put it in blunt terms in a column for Ars Tec
People think Russia leaked the DNC emails to deliberately meddle in the US election
Business Insider / Posted 3 days ago
the security firm Immunity Inc., put it in blunt terms in a column for Ars Technica: "It meets the definition of an act of cyberwar, and the US government should respond as such." *Someone* stole a whole load of documents from the DNC The DNC... Read more
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Calcutta News
WikiLeaks releases 300K emails from Turkey's ruling AK party PanARMENIAN.Net - WikiLeaks said it had won a "24h cyberwar" to successfully
WikiLeaks releases 300K emails from Turkey's ruling AK party
Calcutta News / Posted 8 days ago
PanARMENIAN.Net - WikiLeaks said it had won a "24h cyberwar" to successfully publish a database containing 294,548 emails, along with thousands of attachments, from 762 mailboxes it claims... Read more
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International Business Times
Turkey coup: Erdogan clampdown continues as thousands sacked from education ministry - hacked from the AKP internal server - had nothing to do with opposition to Er
Turkey coup: Erdogan clampdown continues as thousands sacked from education ministry
International Business Times / Posted 9 days ago
- hacked from the AKP internal server - had nothing to do with opposition to Erdogan . We appear to have won our 24h cyberwar. The AKPemails part one will be released imminently. #TurkyPurge "We have verified the material and the source, who... Read more
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International Business Times
Pentagon not impressed over slow start of cyberwar against Isis The US military's first of its kind cyberwar campaign against the Islamic State
Pentagon not impressed over slow start of cyberwar against Isis
International Business Times / Posted 12 days ago
The US military's first of its kind cyberwar campaign against the Islamic State (Isis) is off to slow start and this has left Pentagon officials frustrated. The US Cyber Command was established to undermine IS's (Daesh) online activities,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Cyberwar against ISIS struggling, officials saythe militant group's sophisticated use of technology for recruiting, operations
Cyberwar against ISIS struggling, officials say
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
the militant group's sophisticated use of technology for recruiting, operations and propaganda. The U.S. military's new cyberwar, which strikes across networks at the group's communications systems and other infrastructure, is the first major,... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Hollywood's Take On Donald Trump's Two Apprenticeswas the work of North Korea. “No one should kid themselves,” he tweeted. “With
Hollywood's Take On Donald Trump's Two Apprentices
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 14 days ago
was the work of North Korea. “No one should kid themselves,” he tweeted. “With the Sony collapse America has lost its fist cyberwar. This is a very very dangerous precendent.” President Barack Obama also criticized Sony, and shortly thereafter the... Read more
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Salon.com
The West escalates with Russia: Make no mistake, a second Cold War is now official NATO policyI’s greatest lessons: In what we take to be our moment of triumph we find defea
The West escalates with Russia: Make no mistake, a second Cold War is now official NATO policy
Salon.com / Posted 16 days ago
I’s greatest lessons: In what we take to be our moment of triumph we find defeat. Numerous matters were settled in Warsaw. Cyberwar now falls under NATO’s purview; the alliance will support the European Union’s effort to police human trafficking... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Zero Days: Alex Gibney's Disturbing Film Reveal the Dark Forces Behind the Stuxnet Computer Worm. Category(perhaps cataclysmic) war. Zero Days dives behind the algorithmic veils of com
Zero Days: Alex Gibney's Disturbing Film Reveal the Dark Forces Behind the Stuxnet Computer Worm. Category
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 20 days ago
(perhaps cataclysmic) war. Zero Days dives behind the algorithmic veils of computer science to troll the complexities of cyberwar with keen eye and a curious mind. In a world of techno-terms and shorthand identifiers—LLPs, P-1s, IR-2s—it would be... Read more
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Boston Globe
The Weekender: Beach Boys, cyberwar, and swinging tap dancers99 cents a week for the first 4 weeks Special Offer for Business TravelersGe
The Weekender: Beach Boys, cyberwar, and swinging tap dancers
Boston Globe / Posted 21 days ago
99 cents a week for the first 4 weeks Special Offer for Business TravelersGet the day’s top stories by 6 am. You can now read 5 free articles. Get unlimited access for just... Read more
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Breitbart
Andrea Mitchell: Comey Statement ‘A Big Political Hit’ and ‘Very Damaging’ For Hillary, Not ‘Complete Exoneration’it was likely hacked by hostile actors, that would mean Russia, China, even pos
Andrea Mitchell: Comey Statement ‘A Big Political Hit’ and ‘Very Damaging’ For Hillary, Not ‘Complete Exoneration’
Breitbart / Posted 23 days ago
it was likely hacked by hostile actors, that would mean Russia, China, even possibly North Korea, the major Internet and cyberwar actors. The fact that she used her devices overseas, that it was careless to use — to have classified information... Read more

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