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Russian Censor Bans Comodo... Doesn't Realize Its Own Security Certificate Is From Comodo

Oopsie.

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from the ow!-my-foot!-shot-it-right-off! dept

The Russian government’s state censorship organization, Roskomnadzor (technically its telecom regulator) has been especially busy lately as the government has continued to crack down on websites it doesn’t like. 167 more words

Russia

Donald Trump Invites Russia to Find Missing Hillary Clinton Emails

Adds ‘I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press’

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a news conference at Trump National Doral, Wednesday, July 27, 2016, in Tampa, Fla. 729 more words

SitRep: Intel Agencies Point to Moscow on DNC Hack; U.S., China, Turn Down Heat

Add ‘em up. Include President Barack Obama on the list of people who think the Kremlin was likely behind the hack of the DNC servers and subsequent leak of 20,000 documents to Wikileaks. 1,585 more words

The Cable

Quick Take: Russia and the DNC Hack

Source: MSNBC

Amid the soaring oratory of Michelle Obama, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders at the Democratic National Convention last night, the media vociferously speculated on the drivers and implications of Russian interference in American domestic politics following the recent DNC hack and subsequent Wikileaks release. 663 more words

Essays

SitRep: Pentagon Wary of Dealing With Moscow in Syria; The Next War in Iraq

Trust, but verify? How much do Pentagon leaders trust Russia to keep its word when it comes to the proposed new intel sharing agreement being negotiated over operations in Syria? 1,407 more words

The Cable

Auto industry publishes first ever cybersecurity best practices

The auto industry has published its first set of cybersecurity best practices, as it attempts to combat rising and future threats facing the connected car. 325 more words

Security News

Noted Hacker Edward Snowden Has Some Thoughts on the DNC Hack

Edward Snowden, currently residing in Russia to avoid the long arm of U.S. law enforcement, has blasted his host country for its alleged hack of Democratic National Committee emails. 431 more words

The Cable