16-30 November 2012 Cyber Attacks Timeline

November has gone and it’s time to review this month’s cyber landscape. From a Cyber Crime perspective, November 2012 will

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16-30 September 2012 Cyber Attacks Timeline

Part One with 1-15 September 201 Timeline Here. September is over and it’s time to analyze this month from an

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February 2012 Cyber Attacks Timeline

Find here February 2012 Cyber Attacks Timelime Part I. With a small  delay (my apologies but the end of February

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February 2012 Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part I)

February 2012 brings a new domain for my blog (it’s just a hackmaggedon) and confirms the trend of January with

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October 2011 Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part I)

October has come and here it is, also for this month, the first part of my Cyber Attacks Timeline covering the cyber events occurred in the first half of the current month.... Read More

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September 2011 Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part II)

Here it is the second part of my traditional monthly Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part I available here). From an information Security Perspective the main events of this month were the infamous Diginotar breach which led to Bankrupt for the Dutch Company and also the BEAST attack to SSL, two events which, together, thumbed the Infosec Community in its stomach.... Read More

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Anonymous vs Syrian Electronic Soldiers

Hactivism is making possible to bring wars and revolutions on the cyberspace, the fifth domain of war. In particular the Arab Spring has given the definitive consecration to politically driven hacking actions that have proven to be a key factor inside the protests that are changing the political landscape in the Middle East: non conventional weapons used together with “traditional” methods by both parties involved on revolutions: cyber-opponents vs cyber-supporters.... Read More

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AnonPlus Hacked Again By Syrian Hackers

The overlapping between Real Wars (and revolution) and Cyber Wars (or better to say Cyber Revolutions) is getting stronger and stronger. The last example, once again, in Syria with a sparring match between Anonymous and a group of Syrian Hackers.... Read More

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AnonPlus Hacked (Again) by Syrian Group

Update August 9: Anonplus defaced once again by Syrian Hackers!... Read More

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Switch Off The Revolution (With An Infrared Sensor)

Just a couple of months ago, in writing the first post about Mobile Warfare (which should have later become Consumerization of Warfare) I expressed some considerations about the growing need for illiberal government to prevent the use of mobile devices as preferred media for the rioters to capture live images of the events, and to spread the information all around the Globe by mean of Social Networks.... Read More

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