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Most Russians View Assange as Freedom Fighter – State Poll
Meanwhile, 27 percent said they thought he acted illegally.
Russian Officials Condemn Julian Assange's Arrest in London
“The hand of ‘democracy’ squeezes the throat of freedom,” Russia's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said.
Russia Jails Last FSB Scandal Suspect for Treason
Ex-FSB operative Dmitry Dokuchayev was the last of four high-profile figures to receive treason sentences in a case linked to U.S. election hacking.
U.S. Cyberattacks May Be Doing Putin a Favor
If America is changing its tactics by going on the cyber offensive, Russia can be expected to take countermeasures that would hurt its own citizens.
Kremlin Says Cyber Attacks on Russia Often Launched From U.S. Territory
"U.S. territory is constantly being used to organize a huge number of cyber attacks against Russian organizations," the Kremlin said.
U.S. Disrupted Russian Trolls on Day of November Election
The group had posed as Americans and spread disinformation online in an attempt to influence the 2016 election.
Russia Sentences Cyber Experts to Long Jail Terms for Treason
The two men were convicted of passing secret information to foreign intelligence services.
Office Building Evicts Russian Troll Farm Over Repeated Bomb Threats — Reports
The office building had been hit by a wave of fake bomb threats for five days straight, local media reported.
Russian Hackers Stole U.S. Evidence to Discredit Mueller Probe — Court Filing
Mueller's office said that self-proclaimed hackers in Russia stole evidence in an attempt to tarnish its investigation of a firm.
Russia Is Ready to Publish Correspondence on Alleged U.S. Election 'Interference,' Official Says
The official said that the U.S. had first approached Russia about the alleged hacking campaign in October 2016.
Germany Detects New Cyber Attack by Russian Hacker Group, Media Reports
Russian hackers reportedly targeted the email accounts of German lawmakers, the military and several German embassies.
U.S. Indicts 6 Russians in Massive PornHub Ad Fraud Involving Bots
The Justice Department said the suspects accessed 1.7 million infected computers worldwide.
Russian Military Issues Secure Thumb Drives to Prevent Leaks — Reports
Russia has taken steps this year to secure communications, including banning troops from using smartphones to avoid data leaks.
Hacking Attack Reported on Russian Banks, Anti-Monopoly Service
The Russian economy has suffered losses of $9.1 billion to cyberattacks in 2017, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev estimated.
Russia Protests Democratic Party's Election Hacking Lawsuit in N.Y. Court
The Democratic Party sued the Russian government earlier this year for allegedly conspiring to influence the 2016 election.
'Orchestrated Propaganda': Russia Reacts to Dutch Hacking Accusations
Dutch authorities said they had deported four Russian military intelligence agents who had attempted to hack the OPCW.
Britain Accuses Russia's GRU Military Intelligence of Global Cyber Attacks
The GRU was cast as a pernicious cyber aggressor which used a network of hackers to spread discord across the world.
Tinatin Japaridze & Lincoln Mitchell
Trump Has Cleared the Way for Russian ‘Hacktivities’ (Op-ed)
The White House is creating the illusion being proactive on cyber defense. But that alone won’t stop Russia from meddling.
Russian Spam King Pleads Guilty in Win for U.S. Prosecutors
The suspect is accused of commandeering a network of 100,000 or more breached computers, advertising fake drugs, pump-and-dump stock schemes and other...
Lawyer for Russian in U.S. Detention Charged With Hacking 'Paranoid' About His Safety
Nikulin is accused by the U.S. of one of the largest data breaches in the country’s history.
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