The hacking group Lapsus $ is probably behind the attack. The hacking group Lapsus $ from South America has claimed responsibility for another intrusion. Last Thursday, Ubisoft reported that it had suffered a “cyber security incident” that led to the temporary suspension of some of its games, systems and services.
“In the last few hours, a denial of service [DDoS] attack has been identified on a communications provider which, as a result, has for a short time prevented access to a number of sites, including government sites,” Israel’s National Cyber Directorate said on Twitter. “As of this hour all the
Building a strong cybersecurity ecosystem at the heart of discussions at the Informal Meeting of European Telecommunications Ministers
The Informal Meeting of Ministers of Telecommunications took place on March 8 and 9, 2022, under the French Presidency, in the cities of Paris and Nevers, France. Cyprus was represented by the Deputy Minister of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy, Mr. Kyriakos Kokkinos. At the heart of the Summit was
The Ukrainian hacker group Anonymous hacked into Roskomnadzor, the Russian federal media watchdog, and released 360,000 files. Among the documents released by Anonymous, some of which date back to March 5, are documents showing that Russia is censoring anything that refers to the war as a Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The hacker group “invaded” the channels Russia 24, First Channel and Moscow 24, as well as the Russian streaming Wink and Ivi. Russian television networks have been targeted by the hacker group Anonymous, broadcasting to the Russian people what is happening in Ukraine, according to NEXTA TV. More specifically, Anonymous
Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks leveraging a new amplification technique called TCP Middlebox Reflection have been detected for the first time in the wild, six months after the novel attack mechanism was presented in theory. “The attack […] abuses vulnerable firewalls and content filtering systems to reflect and amplify TCP traffic to a