Wray: China continues to 'lie, cheat, and steal' in bid for tech dominance

FBI director Christopher Wray said Monday that newly disclosed charges against Chinese intelligence officers are the latest example of China's efforts to gain an unfair economic advantage over U.S. companies, particularly in the technology sphere. Two Chinese intelligence officers are accused of attempting to "obstruct, influence, and impede a ... Read More »

24th Oct 2022
Pro-Russian hackers claim responsibility for knocking U.S. airport websites offline

A pro-Russian hacker group is taking credit for temporarily taking down several U.S. airport websites on Monday, though there appeared to be no impact on flight operations. The cyberattacks claimed by Killnet impacted the websites for Los Angeles International, Chicago O'Hare, and Hartsfield-Jackson International in Atlanta, among others. The ... Read More »

24th Oct 2022
U.S. charges 13 in cases that involve alleged plots to advance Chinese interests

The Justice Department has announced charges against 13 people, including suspected Chinese intelligence officers, in three separate cases that involve various alleged plots to advance Chinese interests in the United States. The prosecutions are the latest example of the Justice Department's efforts to combat what U.S. officials say is a ... Read More »

24th Oct 2022
Cisco Plugs Security Hole in Small Business Routers

A popular line of small business routers made by Cisco Systems are vulnerable to a high-severity vulnerability. If exploited, the flaw could allow a remote – albeit authenticated – attacker to execute code or restart affected devices unexpectedly. Cisco issued fixes on Wednesday for the flaw in its RV132W ADSL2+ Wireless-N VPN routers and ... Read More »

18th Mar 2021
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