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It looks like something you’d see in a 1980s film about a nuclear apocalypse. A screen in a control room in an underground bunker, where our mutually assured destruction was being mapped out.
Zones: Tangled Web , Blogs
Russian bloggers are alarmed after comments by Interior Minister Rashid Nurgaliyev suggesting that there needs to be tighter controls on the Internet, one of the last bastions of free media in the country.
Zones: Features , Russia
Authors: Tom Balmforth
In the spring of 2007, a cyberattack on Estonia blocked websites and paralyzed the country's entire Internet infrastructure. At the peak of the crisis, bank cards and mobile-phone networks were temporarily frozen, setting off alarm bells in the tech-dependent country -- and in NATO as well.
Tags: cyberattacks , estonia , markov , Russia
Zones: Transmission , Russia
Tbilisi has accused Russia of using computer hackers to wage "cyberwarfare" on Georgian government websites. The Kremlin denies the charge, saying Russian websites have also come under a coordinated attack by hackers.
Tags: cyberattacks , Georgia , Russia
Zones: News , Features , Georgia , Russia
Authors: Ron Synovitz
Could Sweden be the latest country to receive a dose of Russian vitriol? Moscow is upset at a new Swedish Internet law, which the Kremlin says is directed against Russia.
Tags: cyberattacks , ikea , Internet , law , spy , sweden , volvo