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This wave of attacks targeted approximately 3,000 email accounts at more than 150 different organizations.
15:40, 28 May 2021
The campaign first appeared in January and ran through at least mid-March,
16:30, 21 April 2021
Russian hackers are said to be behind the attack due to the sophistication of the hack.
22:59, 28 March 2021
He pleaded guilty to committing wire fraud.
19:00, 13 February 2021
It was a joint operation of Ukraine, Eurojust, Europol, U.S. and German law enforcement agencies.
23:59, 27 January 2021
The group has compromised government entities, including militaries and foreign ministries, as well as private companies, across Eastern Europe and the Balkans.
18:20, 03 October 2020
Together with the interior minister, he is wanted for "war crimes" as per hackers' edit of the interior ministry's site.
11:05, 04 September 2020
In January 2020, a U.S. Secret Service led investigation resulted in a 16-count indictment against Radchenko and Ieremenko.
18:30, 22 July 2020
In particular, sanctions include a travel ban and asset freeze.
14:10, 02 June 2020
The email includes the potential victim's password as evidence of a hack, but there is more than meets the eye.
14:40, 30 April 2020
Burisma's website had been subject to multiple break-in attempts over the past six months.
09:00, 14 January 2020
The hacking campaign, the extent of which has not been previously revealed, was most active in the Middle East but also targeted organizations in Britain.
10:59, 21 October 2019
It is used to steal cryptocurrency via a technique that monitors clipboard content for cryptocurrency wallet data.
19:15, 03 October 2019
The perpetrators published provocative articles aimed at discrediting the Ukrainian military.
18:28, 28 August 2019
Neither ECB internal systems nor market-sensitive data were affected, the bank says.
12:20, 16 August 2019
The attack was aimed at disabling key elements of broadcast control and backup.
12:40, 13 August 2019
The firm's security center found that the IoT attacks it spotted all fed back to a server belonging to the STRONTIUM state-sponsored hacking group, also known as Fancy Bear.
12:20, 07 August 2019
Details were revealed of cyber projects that included social media scraping, targeted collection and the "de-anonymization of users of the Tor browser."
12:30, 21 July 2019
The breach was used by perpetrators posing as General Muzhenko to post a provocative politically-charged statement.
18:40, 12 May 2019
The complaint says the hackers scraped public profile information and non-publicly viewable lists of friends, in addition to serving their own ads instead of official Facebook-approved ones.
11:54, 11 March 2019