Anonymous Says it Will Attack Countries Supporting ISIS and ‘Assault [American] Virtual Government Infrastructure’

EXCLUSIVE: By: Anthony Kimery, Editor-in-Chief  07/04/2014 (11:59am) This week, the hacktivist collective known as Anonymous announced in a video on YouTube that it will soon launch “Operation NO2ISIS,” an attack on official websites of countries the group considers to be financially supporting the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). According to the Middle East…

Review: Al-Qaeda’s Embrace Of Encryption Technology – Part II: 2011-2014, And The Impact Of Edward Snowden

April 25, 2014 Inquiry & Analysis Series Report No.1086   Al-Qaeda‘s Embrace Of Encryption Technology – Part II: 2011-2014, And The Impact Of Edward Snowden By: Steven Stalinsky and R. Sosnow* The following report is a complimentary offering from MEMRI’s Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM). For JTTM subscription information, click here. GIMF announcement of the…

Cyberespionage Attacks Tied to Hackers in Iran

Hackers set up a fake news organization called NewsOnAir.org, and tried to make the site look legitimate by copying and posting news articles and swapping out real writer names with fake ones. Screen shot via iSight Partners By NICOLE PERLROTH   May 29, 2014 SAN FRANCISCO — An elaborate, three-year cyberespionage campaign against United States military contractors, members…

Cyberwarfare: Protecting ‘soft underbelly’ of USA

John Torrisi Thursday, 15 May 2014 | 12:34 PM ET CNBC.com A small-scale city in New Jersey has suffered from repeated electrical grid failures, train derailments, and water purification problems. However, the problems aren’t keeping visitors away. In fact, they’re the reason the micro-city exists in the first place. CyberCity is a miniature city, measuring…