Inside The Mysterious IT Army Of Ukraine: A Group Admin Reveals Workings Of Cybergroup Striking Fear Into The Kremlin's Heart - Exclusive
The IT Army of Ukraine, over the past months, has shown its unyielding and steadfast commitment to fight for Ukraine and has by far maintained being a devastating force against Russia.
The leak has "305,925 names, addresses and phone numbers of incoming RU reservists."
Anonymous shared a plethora of tips and tricks on how to connect to blocked services, connect to DNS servers, how to stay anonymous, among others, to help Iranians.
In addition to shutting down Starlink's website, Iran reportedly blocked Iranians' access to LinkedIn and allegedly used a jamming technology to deny citizens access to Iran International's channel.
Angry Iranians took to the streets to protest how the country's police handled the case of Mahsa Amini.
The Islamic Republic of Iran already shut down the internet on Wednesday amid widespread protests following the death of the 22-year-old Mahsa Amini while in police custody.
South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol's hot mic moment went viral in his home country, where he is battling record-low approval ratings since taking office in May.
"The attack was timed to coincide with Putler's speech...and we had to delay the attack when his speech was pushed back," Team OneFist said.
"Anonymous will shut you down and your own people will remove you from power," the hacktivist collective said.
'Quasi-Civilian Infrastructure' In Space Like Starlink Can Be 'Legitimate Target For Retaliation: Russia
The statement also called the "use of civilian satellites" "provocative" and "questionable under the Outer Space Treaty."
Regulators in the UK on Thursday announced an investigation into Microsoft's $69 billion deal to buy developer Activision Blizzard.
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky made the remarks in an interview with CNN.
"It is important to emphasize that we are not talking about the legalization of cryptocurrency as a means of payment on the territory of our country," the Bank of Russia said.
Former President Donald Trump met British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, twice: In 2018 and 2019.
"They have no idea where the money got sent right now as the records of it were destroyed," team OneFists founder shared.
Twitter users, including influential names and global female politicians, have rallied behind Finnish PM Sanna Marin whose "partying" life outside her work has come into scrutiny over a controversial photo captured in her summer residence.
Dennis Rodman is trying to get to Russia this week as he joins the call for WNBA star Brittney Griner's release, but will the legendary rebounder's magic work the way it did with North Korea's Kim Jong Un?
The woman was detained for her alleged use of social media to "disturb public order and destabilize the security and stability of the state."
The violence in Tijuana, Mexico led to a shelter in place order on Friday from the U.S. government to citizens and employees in the area.
Some companies have not yet abandoned their previous plans, but at the same time, some find very unorthodox ways of financing.
EU foreign ministers are to address Turkey's operation in a meeting in Luxembourg
Austrian writer Peter Handke's Nobel literature prize win has irked the Balkans, while voices beyond the region spoke out against honouring an admirer of late Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic; Handke is pictured October 10, 2019
Alexei Leonov was known as Cosmonaut No 11
A woman stands next to flowers laid next to the entrance of the synagogue in Munich, dring a protest against anti-Semitism on October 11, 2019 two days after a deadly shooting during an attack in Halle targeting a Turkish restaurant after an attempt at the synagogue.Jews in Germany prepared to mark the Sabbath Friday with their confidence in the community's miraculous rebirth shaken by the deadly anti-Semitic rampage in Halle on Yom Kippur
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The station accommodates about 700,000 passengers every day