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2 Rohingya Muslims held for illegally staying in India: Anti Terrorist Squad

Indian Express 01 Mar 2021
Those arrested have been identified as Mohammad Farooque alias Hasan Mohammad and Shahid alias Sahil Mohammad, said Additional Director General, Law and Order, Prashant Kumar ... Priyanka GandhiAfter PM Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah takes Covid vaccineChinese hackers target SII, Bharat Biotech.

Cyber warrior’s glimpse into Kim’s Operation Chaos

Asiatimes 27 Feb 2021
US Assistant Attorney General John Demers described the three hackers, all whom have a variety of aliases and are believed to be key players in a North Korean unit code-named Lazarus Group as “the world’s leading bank robbers” and “a criminal syndicate with a flag.”.

German charged with spying for Russian military intelligence

BBC News 25 Feb 2021
Ahead of the general election in 2017, German politicians warned that hackers and others acting for the Russian state could undermine the process. Last May, German Chancellor Angela Merkel confirmed reports that she had been targeted by hackers thought to be the GRU.

DeJoy set for grilling by House Oversight panel

The Hill 24 Feb 2021
I believe DeJoy has no business being postmaster general, and so I'd like to hear his plans for cleaning out his office and moving on,” Rep ... DOJ charges North Korean hackers with stealing .3 billion in cryptocurrency MORE (D-Mich.), wrote in a letter to the postmaster general.

US Government Expands Charges Against North Korean Hackers- Authorities Describe Them as The ‘World’s Leading ...

Bitcoin 19 Feb 2021
The hackers are allegedly responsible for stealing over $1.3 billion in cryptocurrencies and fiat during coordinated cyber-heists. North Korean Hackers Also Developed and Deployed Malicious Crypto Apps ... Authorities also said that three hackers belong to the Reconnaissance General Bureau (RGB), a North Korean military intelligence agency.
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A security hacker is someone who explores methods for breaching defenses and exploiting weaknesses in a computer system or network, July 15, 2019.

U.S. charges North Korean computer programmers in global hacks

Asahi News 18 Feb 2021
Law enforcement officials say the prosecution highlights the profit-driven motive behind North Korea’s criminal hacking, a contrast from other adversarial nations like Russia, China and Iran who are generally more interested in espionage, intellectual property theft or even disrupting democracy.

State lawmakers propose bill to ban fracking in California by 2027

The Hill 18 Feb 2021
It would also prohibit the issuance of new or renewed permits for oil and gas extraction more generally within 2,500 feet of homes, schools, healthcare facilities, prisons and dormitories by the start of 2022 ... In the general election, then-President TrumpDonald TrumpBiden.

Anti-coup hackers target Myanmar govt sites as protesters jam Yangon roads

The Times of India 18 Feb 2021
Hackers targeted government websites Thursday to protest against the , as the junta pressed on with its attempts to stymie nationwide opposition with internet blockades and troop deployments ... to protest against the generals toppling 's civilian government earlier this month.

US charges three North Koreans for major hacks and cyber-thefts

Al Jazeera 17 Feb 2021
A federal indictment unsealed in federal court in Los Angeles, California alleges Jon Chang-hyok, age 31, Kim Il, age 27, and Park Jin-hyok, age 36, are members of North Korea’s military intelligence service, the Reconnaissance General Bureau. The three hackers were responsible ...

Hacking group 'Cl0p Ransomware' claims to have stolen over 100GB of files from prominent law ...

The Daily Mail 17 Feb 2021
Hackers claim to have stolen files belonging to the global law firm Jones Day and have posted a number of the purported illicitly obtained documents on the dark web ... Hackers typically post stolen information on the dark web, or online generally, after the hacked entity fails to pay a set ransom.

US charges three North Koreans over $1.3bn theft

BBC News 17 Feb 2021
Announcing the charges, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, John Demers, said North Korea "has become a criminal syndicate with a flag" ... As the assistant attorney general put it, North Korean hackers are "the world's leading bank robbers".

Three North Korean hackers charged in $1.3bn cryptocurrency theft

The Independent 17 Feb 2021
Three North Korean computer hackers have been charged by the US government with stealing more than $1.3bn in cash and cryptocurrency ... Jon Chang Hyok, 31, Kim Il, 27, and Park Jin Hyok, 36, stole money while working for the Reconnaissance General Bureau unit ... Korea hackers targeted vaccine tech ... Hacker tried to taint Florida city's water with lye.

North Korean military hackers indicted in bank heists and Sony attack

The Los Angeles Times 17 Feb 2021
The alleged hackers were working for a North Korean military agency, the Reconnaissance General Bureau, and pursuing strategic and financial goals of the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un, authorities said ... While Russian and Chinese hackers focus much of their illicit cyber activities on espionage or interfering in the U.S.

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