X-ray of Advanced Spy Attacks Against Venezuela

The Slovak security company ESET discovered an advanced espionage attack against the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) of Venezuela by

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Characteristics and Purpose of the US Spy Plane

Recently, the Integral Aerospace Defense Command of Venezuela (CODAI) intercepted a US Navy aircraft flying without notifying the Venezuelan airspace

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US cyber attacks on Iranian missile systems failed: Minister

Iran says the recent US cyber attacks against Iranian missile control systems have failed to cause any disruptions. “The media

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US Cyberattack Reportedly hit Iranian targets

“Crippling to Iran’s military command and control systems.” Yahoo News is reporting that a “retaliatory digital strike against an Iranian

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What About Venezuela’s Hacked Power Grid?

By Dave Lindorff Russia and the US are engaging in tit-for-tat hacking of each others’ power grid, the New York

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Preparing for Computer Network Operations: USCYBERCOM Documents Trace Path to Operational Cyber Force

Evolution of Cyber Mission Force and Joint Force Headquarters – Cyber portrayed in annual orders to build the force Declassified

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The US Army Cut Off Electricity to its Largest Military Base to Test Reactions on a Cyber Attack

Fort Bragg, the largest military base in the United States Army, located in North Carolina, issued a public apology on

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Brownfield on Venezuela: Military Option Not Necessarily Marines

The former US ambassador to Venezuela, William Brownfield, said in an interview that the military option against Venezuela “does not

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Duqu 2.0, Lead Actor on Electric Cyber-attacks Against Venezuela

By Alfredo Hurtado CYBERWAR AGAINST IRAN In 2010, a computer attack succeeded in delaying Iran’s peaceful nuclear program for two

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To Protest Assange’s Arrest, Anonymous Hackers Knock Over 1,600 UK Websites Offline, Including the Supreme Court and National Crime Agency

The hackers who spent the weekend cyber attacking Ecuadorian government websites in protest of the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian

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