Russia has told internet providers to enforce a block against encrypted email provider ProtonMail, the company’s chief has confirmed. The block was ordered by the state Federal Security Service, formerly the KGB, according to a Russian-language blog, which obtained and published the order after the agency accused the company and
Fears of blowback or political overreach are largely overstated.
As Special Counsel Robert Mueller and federal prosecutors in New York continue racking up convictions and guilty pleas in the ever-widening scandals connected to Donald Trump, the president is lashing out—at Hillary Clinton, at the Democratic National Committee, and, of course, at the media. Just hours after announcing the departure
The fact that nobody really knows what's going to happen next in Ukraine is the entire point. It is the core of Russia's strategy.
The United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), the part of the military tasked with conducting offensive cyber operations, is attempting to stop Russian operatives from interfering in American elections by sending them direct messages, the New York Times reports. Certain USCYBERCOM members have been permitted to identify, track, and send warnings to
August tends to be an anxious month for Russia watchers, often bringing with it some unexpected confrontation or near-catastrophe.
The trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is not about collusion, but it is very much about corruption. On Tuesday, Manafort’s longtime business partner Rick Gates, who is testifying against his old boss in exchange for leniency, described how he helped Manafort transfer illicit payments from allies of
Among the many things the current administration has been criticized for is its lack of a unified strategy to combat cyber threats, especially in light of ongoing election interference and psy ops perpetrated by Russia. The Department of Homeland Security is advancing the ball with the creation of the National