Russian Cyberwarfare News
China's fondness for pirated software raises risks in attack
China's fondness for pirated software left it especially vulnerable to the latest global cyberattack
Ukraine soldiers bombarded by 'pinpoint propaganda' texts
Ukrainian soldiers fighting pro-Russian separatists are being bombarded by threatening text messages designed to weaken their resolve
Who will run investigation on Russia's interference in US election ?
As Attorney General Jeff Sessions has recused himself from the investigation, the new incoming deputy attorney general will be tasked with continuing the investigation.
Sally Yates and James Clapper testimony: What you need to know
Former acting AG Sally Yates and former DNI James Clapper testified before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism about Russian interference in 2016 election.
United States remains vulnerable to North Korean cyber-attack, analysts say
As North Korea blusters about launching missile strikes against the United States and its allies, experts are warning that aggressive action from North Korea is more likely to come from cyber space. While Kim Jong-Un has struggled to develop a traditional arsenal to rival those of his enemies as
Officials: Sophisticated Russian disinformation campaign targeted U.S. election
Intelligence community says Russian aggression in cyberspace continues to increase.
Analysts identify #SyriaHoax as Russian-fueled propaganda
As Syrian president Bashar al-Assad called videos of last week’s chemical attack a “fabrication,” a piece of propaganda promoted by a Russian cyber operation and bearing the hashtag #SyriaHoax has gained traction in the United States, analysts tell ABC News. Following the chemical weapons attack
EXTENDED TRANSCRIPT: George Stephanopoulos interviews Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov
On Friday, March 31, 2017, ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos interviewed Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov on ABC's "Good Morning America". The following is an extended transcript of the interview: GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, CHIEF POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT, ABC NEWS: Mr. Peskov, thank you for
Putin's spokesman denies hacking allegations
Vladimir Putin's press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, tells "GMA" that allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election are "slander" and "fake news" and that he's "quite confident" Putin's denials of such actions will be proved true.
Flynn offers to testify before Senate in exchange for immunity: Official
Donald Trump's embattled former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, has offered to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee in exchange for immunity, a congressional official told ABC News.