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10513781884?profile=RESIZE_400xThere is serious legal reasoning that cyber-attacks against a nation’s critical infrastructure could be reasoned as a war crime.[1]  The University of California (UC), Berkeley Human Rights Center’s recent recommendations for war crime charges against the Sandworm hacking group, which was sent to the International Crimes Commission (ICC) before some of the most recent cyberattacks fully came to light, single out Sandworm’s two blackout attacks in 2015 and 2016 for legal and practical reasons: Sa

Activity Summary - Week Ending 23 October 2020:

  • Red Sky Alliance observed 69 unique email accounts compromised with keyloggers
  • Analysts identified 43,643 connections from new unique IP addresses
  • CTAC identified 2,933 new IP addresses participating in various Botnets
  • EKING Variant of Phobos Ransomware
  • Kraken
  • KillDisk and Industroyer
  • Mobility Electronics Suppliers Expo – Attacked
  • Messe-Berlin
  • Minnesota Republican Party – Attacked
  • Critical Manufacturing RedXray example – Tesla Inc.
  • 4Chan and 8Chan