Russian hackers are basking in a lot of cred from their recent hacks against US government institutions. In most cases, their most successful attempts where made via spear phishing attacks. Here’s what a Russian targeted spear phishing email attack looks like.
As feared, the FCC has decided to dismantle Obama-era net neutrality rules, rules that protected consumers from ISP throttling. The winners of course, are ISPs, cable companies, and wireless companies. The losers – the American consumer. The changes are expected to be approved at a Federal Communications Commission meeting in mid-December.
Like him or not, the controversial Commander X (Christopher Doyon) is reportedly on the run. Below is a statement released from Anonymous explaining Commander X’s flight from Canada to Mexico for asylum. It’s worthy to note that Commander X has just released a book, Behind the Mask, about his exploits during his time with Anonymous.
Here it is. Released by House, below is the complete list of 2,752 now-deactivated Twitter accounts suspected of being Russian bots used to impact the 2016 US Presidential election. user id handle 905874659358453760 10_gop 2528776985 1488reasons 2535564756 1D_Nicole_ 79793901 1DRussianFNDM 1860330774 1Erik_Lee 838742761515991041 1lorenafava1 2537164155 2lauragibson 823484279787294720 2ndHalfOnion 80712878 2oliverbaker 80723578 30ToMarsFandom 3644473036 459Jisalge 2261091126…