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    Week 6: Trump Gets a Lift From Media Wounds
    Jul01

    Week 6: Trump Gets a Lift From Media Wounds

    The scandal that has yet to find a name sailed into the doldrums early this week. The lack of new news about Russia interference in the election and the financial gymnastics of Trump’s advisers was remarkable after weeks of subpoenas, contentious firings, damaging congressional hearings and various Washington Post and New York Times...

    Ukraine: Russian security services were behind cyberattack
    Jul01

    Ukraine: Russian security services were behind cyberattack

    There was no immediate official response from the Russian government, but Russian lawmaker Igor Morozov told the RIA Novosti news agency that the Ukrainian charges were “fiction” and that the attacks were likely the work of the United States. Ukraine was the country hardest hit by the attack that started Tuesday, when computers at...

    Ukraine Blames Russia for Massive Cyber Attack
    Jul01

    Ukraine Blames Russia for Massive Cyber Attack

    Ukraine has blamed Russian security services for a massive cyber attack that started in the last week in Ukraine and eventually spread to computers across the world. Ukraine’s security agency, the SBU, said in a statement Saturday the attack bore resemblances to past hacks of Ukrainian infrastructure by the Russian security services....

    So much for the idea of a Trump-Putin “bromance”
    Jul01

    So much for the idea of a Trump-Putin “bromance”

    (Credit: Reuters/Maxim Shipenkov/Christopher Aluka Berry/Photo montage by Salon) Can Donald Trump relight the fire with his Russian brother Vladimir Putin? Once upon a time they were a mutual admiration society. In 2013, Trump expressed hope that Putin would attend his Miss Universe contest in Moscow and wondered if he would become “my new best...

    Ukraine alleges Russian security services behind cyberattack
    Jul01

    Ukraine alleges Russian security services behind cyberattack

    MOSCOW (AP) – Ukraine accused the Russian security services Saturday of planning and launching a massive cyberattack that locked up computers across the world. The Ukrainian security agency, known as the SBU, alleged in a statement that similarities between the malicious software and previous attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure showed the...

    Ukraine eyes Russian security services in massive cyberattack
    Jul01

    Ukraine eyes Russian security services in massive cyberattack

    Ukraine said on Saturday that Russian security services were involved in a recent cyber attack on the country, with the aim of destroying important data and spreading panic. The SBU, Ukraine’s state security service, said the attack, which started in Ukraine and spread around the world on Tuesday, was by the same hackers who attacked…...

    Ukraine alleges Russian security services behind cyberattack
    Jul01

    Ukraine alleges Russian security services behind cyberattack

    Ukraine accused the Russian security services Saturday of planning and launching a massive cyberattack that locked up computers across the world. The Ukrainian security agency, known as the SBU, alleged … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Ukraine alleges Russian security services behind cyberattack
    Jul01

    Ukraine alleges Russian security services behind cyberattack

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    Ukraine points finger at Russian security services in recent cyber attack
    Jul01

    Ukraine points finger at Russian security services in recent cyber attack

    Ukraine’s security service said the attack started in Ukraine and spread around the world was by the same hackers who attacked the power grid in December. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Alleges Russian Security Services Behind Cyberattack
    Jul01

    Ukraine Alleges Russian Security Services Behind Cyberattack

    Ukraine alleges the Russian security services were involved in launching a massive cyberattack last week that locked up computers across the world. …read more Source: U.S....