Putin is helping us to win why should we stop him?
The Republican-controlled Senate has defeated a push by Democrats to set aside an additional $250 million for states to upgrade their voting systems to protect against hacking and other cyberattacks.
Hundreds of accounts closed
Facebook has deleted hundreds of Russian accounts and pages associated with a “troll factory” indicted by U.S. prosecutors for fake activist and political posts in the 2016 US election campaign.
Despite knowing what he was up to
The FBI failed to notify scores of US officials that a Russian hacker was trying to break into their personal Gmail accounts despite having evidence for at least a year that Kremlin hackers were after them.
Oh those Russians
The Russian outfit which claimed to hack Intel's secretive Management Engine has given some more details as to how it did it.
Customers fear the Russians
Despite having one of the better Anti-virus systems, Kaspersky is being ripped out of US networks over fears that it is a little to close to Tsar Putin’s elite teams of hackers.
Russian troll factory paid US activists to help fund protests
A respected Russian media outlet has concluded that Russian trolls posing as Americans made payments to genuine activists in the US to help fund protest movements on socially divisive issues.
Former NSA cybersecurity analysts think it is too risky
Two former NSA security experts have warned those who are concerned about privacy or have sensitive information against using Kaspersky software
The US military will torture him for Putin's secrets
Russian hacker and alleged spam kingpin Peter Levashov, who was arrested in Spain on a US warrant, said that if he is extradited to the US he will be tortured and dead in a year.
Putin running a similar operation to the US
WikiLeaks, which has lately appeared to be the mouthpiece for Russian intelligence, has suddenly turned on its Kremlin masters.