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In Biden-Putin Talks, Key Question Is Russia's Intentin Ukraine

Beijing News 07 Dec 2021
The two have a daunting list of other differences to air, from Russia's harsh treatment of dissidents to the presence of ransomware hackers on Russian soil to Moscow's support for the repressive regime in Syria ... intelligence obtained by The Washington Post and other outlets - has raised red flags in Washington and across Europe ... president ... ....
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US would give 'positive response' to troop boost request over Ukraine threat

The New Arab 06 Dec 2021
Moscow seized Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 and has since backed separatists fighting Kiev in the east of the country ... Biden and Putin have a daunting list of other differences to air, from Russia's harsh treatment of dissidents to the presence of ransomware hackers on Russian soil to Moscow's support for the repressive regime in Syria. aue/sw/bgs ....
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Biden-Putin talks center on Ukraine

The Manila Times 06 Dec 2021
WASHINGTON, D.C. ... The two have a daunting list of other differences to air, from Russia's harsh treatment of dissidents to the presence of ransomware hackers on Russian soil to Moscow's support for the repressive regime in Syria ... "Putin has sharply raised the stakes ... "He's ready to take a desperate step," she told Agence France- Presse on Sunday ... .
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In Biden-Putin Talks, Key Question Is Russia's Intent in Ukraine

Voa News 06 Dec 2021
The two have a daunting list of other differences to air, from Russia's harsh treatment of dissidents to the presence of ransomware hackers on Russian soil to Moscow's support for the repressive regime in Syria ... intelligence obtained by The Washington Post and other outlets — has raised red flags in Washington and across Europe ... president ... .
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Clinton predicts changes to China tariffs, blasts Putin

Finger Lakes Times 19 Nov 2021
And I would predict that there will be some changes ... Last month, U.S ... “He has a very large mercenary force that has been operating everywhere from Syria to the Central African Republic,” Clinton said of Putin. “He has a very large stable of hackers and those who deal in disinformation and cyberwarfare, both in and outside of the government ... .
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Clinton Predicts Changes in U.S. Tariffs on China, Blasts Putin

Caixin Online 19 Nov 2021
(Bloomberg) — Former U.S ...And I would predict that there will be some changes ... “He has a very large mercenary force that has been operating everywhere from Syria to the Central African Republic,” Clinton said. “He has a very large stable of hackers and those who deal in disinformation and cyberwarfare, both in and outside of the government ... .
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Hillary Clinton predicts removal of China tariffs, warns against Russia

Hong Kong Standard 19 Nov 2021
Last month, U.S ... The Standard Channel. IOS Android ... “He has a very large mercenary force that has been operating everywhere from Syria to the Central African Republic,” Clinton said of Putin. “He has a very large stable of hackers and those who deal in disinformation and cyberwarfare, both in and outside of the government ... .
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Hackers in Syria, Pakistan taken down by Meta after sustained cyber attacks

Middle East Monitor 18 Nov 2021
In a report on Tuesday, Meta announced that it "took action against four distinct groups of hackers from Pakistan and Syria" which targeted a number ...
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Meta Says Took Action Against 4 Distinct Hacking Groups in Pakistan, Syria

Urdu Point 16 Nov 2021
Meta, formerly known as Facebook, announced on Tuesday that it has taken a number of actions to disrupt the malicious activities of four distinct hacker groups from Syria and Pakistan ... the malicious activities of four distinct hacker groups from Syria and Pakistan.
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Facebook shutters Pakistani hacker group that targeted Afghans

Anadolu Agency 16 Nov 2021
Meta separately announced it took action against "three distinct hacker groups with links to the Syrian government," including a group known as the Syrian Electronic Army, which was tied to Syria’s Air Force Intelligence; and APT-C-37, a hacker organization that targeted opposition groups.
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Hackers targeted Afghan officials on Facebook

The New Arab 16 Nov 2021
Facebook revealed on Tuesday it had worked to block a hacker group that targeted the ... The California-based group also said it "removed" the hackers involved in the Afghan operation as well as a set of three groups of hackers that targeted opposition or government critics in Syria.
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Cyber attack closes fuel stations across Iran

Dawn 27 Oct 2021
DUBAI ... Israeli cyber security firm Check Point later attributed the train attack to a group of hackers that called themselves Indra, a Hindu deity. Indra previously targeted firms in Syria, where President Bashar Assad has held onto power through Iran’s intervention in his country’s grinding war ... Published in Dawn, October 27th, 2021. .
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Possible Cyberattack Hits Iranian Gas Stations Across Nation

Hamodia 26 Oct 2021
ISNA later removed its reports ... Israeli cybersecurity firm Check Point later attributed the train attack to a group of hackers that called themselves Indra. Indra previously targeted firms in Syria, where President Bashar Assad has held onto power through Iran’s intervention in his country’s grinding war ... WhatsAppPrintEmailGmail. .
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Check Point: Dissident group hacked Iran’s trains, not Israel

The Jerusalem Post 15 Aug 2021
cnxps.cmd.push(function () { cnxps({ playerId ... Check Point said that it knew that Indra was the hacker by comparing it with previous hacks “against multiple companies in Syria in 2019 and 2020.”. Two of the companies in Syria that have been hacked, Katerji Group and Arfada Petroleum, are on the US sanctions list ... .
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Why Joe Biden’s Russia-bashing is a tactical mistake

The Spectator 28 Jul 2021
While Russia is still over-dependent on hydrocarbons, its service sector actually accounts for the largest share of its GDP, and there are all kinds of bright spots, including software and IT (it’s not all hackers and ransomware).
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