Russian hackers target vulnerable webmail servers in Europe for espionage

February 19, 2024

Category: Cybersecurity

A Russian advanced persistent threat (APT) actor has been using the cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in Roundcube webmail servers to target critical government infrastructures in Europe, according to a research by Recorded Future. The threat group, known as Winter Vivern, […]

FCC bans AI-generated voices, grants states legal authority

February 8, 2024

Category: IT Policy, Tech

The Federal Communications Commission unanimously adopted a new rule on Thursday that bans the use of AI-generated voices in robocalls, granting state attorneys general to pursue legal action against the telemarketing scams. The ruling from the FCC comes shortly after […]

California sued over Newsom-signed laws forcing companies to disclose greenhouse gas emissions

January 30, 2024

A coalition of business groups led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce filed a federal lawsuit against the State of California over its two recently-enacted laws forcing companies to disclose climate data. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in the U.S. District […]

Defense, Industry

Russian efforts to create anti-satellite weapons are cause for US concern

February 15, 2024

Via: Washington's Top News

The U.S. has gathered highly sensitive intelligence about Russian anti-satellite weapons that has been shared in recent weeks with the upper echelons of government, according to four people who have been briefed on the intelligence. The people, who were not […]

Defense, Industry

Young Republicans slam Senate bill that ignores US migrant crisis, funds Ukraine

February 13, 2024

Via: Fox News

Younger Senate Republicans ripped GOP leadership after the Senate passed a $95 billion foreign aid bill without addressing the migrant crisis at the southern border. Early Tuesday morning, the Senate voted 70 to 29 in favor of President Biden’s requested […]