There’s a Stuxnet Copycat, and We Have No Idea Where It Came From

There’s a Stuxnet Copycat, and We Have No Idea Where It Came From

After details emerged of Stuxnet, arguably the world’s first digital weapon, there were concerns that other hackers would copy its techniques. Now, researchers have disclosed a piece of industrial control systems (ICS) malware inspired heavily by Stuxnet. Although the copycat malware—dubbed IRONGATE by cybersecurity company FireEye—only works in a simulated environment, it, like Stuxnet, replaces…

RUSSIA TO RESPOND TO NATO AGGRESSION WITH HYPERSONIC VECTORS

RUSSIA TO RESPOND TO NATO AGGRESSION WITH HYPERSONIC VECTORS

When analyzing American ballistic missile capabilities and anti-aircraft missiles with long range ballistic capabilities, Russian experts have found that the problem is that Americans rockets cannot intercept any ballistic missile in the mesosphere (the altitude of 35000-80000m). Therefore, Russia has focused on developing means of hypersonic cruise flight running for long distances at this difference…

A Timeline of CIA Atrocities

A Timeline of CIA Atrocities

The following timeline describes just a few of the hundreds of atrocities and crimes committed by the CIA. CIA operations follow the same recurring script. First, American business interests abroad are threatened by a popular or democratically elected leader. The people support their leader because he intends to conduct land reform, strengthen unions, redistribute wealth,…