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    Trump campaign website hacked


    FBI warns of "imminent" ransomware attacks on hospital systems - CBS News

    President Donald Trump's campaign website appeared to fall victim to hackers Tuesday night.
    "This site was seized," read a message that was briefly posted on a page at donaldjtrump.com. The "world has had enough of the fake news spreaded daily" by the president, it continued.

    The message said it had information that "discredits" the president and his family, and it demanded cryptocurrency to either release or withhold the information.

    The site soon appeared to go offline, and it was restored without the hacked message a short time later.

    A spokesman for the Trump campaign, Tim Murtaugh, said the "website was defaced and we are working with law enforcement authorities to investigate the source of the attack."

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    Russian criminal groups who attack with cyber weapons have been identified as acting as proxies for the Russian state ... creating a space of plausible deniability.

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    Ransomware-as-a-Service, Open-Source Malware Fueling Attack Spikes in 2020


    Ransomware is too lucrative to fade away. Its brilliance is in its simplicity. And shifting trends make it easier than ever to leverage in cybercriminal activity.

    Ransomware-as-a-Service, Open-Source Malware Fueling Attack Spikes in 2019 | SonicWall


    As each passing day presents us with a new ransomware victim, we can clearly see that ransomware is here to stay — and businesses and organizations should invest now to protect their brand, networks, data and customers.

    According to the mid-year update of the 2019 SonicWall Cyber Threat Report, ransomware volume raced to 110.9 million in the first half of 2019 — a 15% year-to-date increase over 2018.

    The most alarming ransomware data was sourced from the U.K. After enjoying a 59% decline in ransomware in 2018, the region saw ransomware volume jump 195% year-to-date for the first half of the year.

    But it’s not just about volume. Globally, cybercriminals continue to pivot toward new tactics. Exclusive SonicWall data highlights an escalation in ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) and open-source malware kits in the first half of 2019.

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    you do not even have to be a very skilled criminal anymore to attack businesses for profit. You can rent ransomware on the cloud for a monthly fee and use it like Office 365.

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    Dr. Scott Atlas, the White House coronavirus adviser, went on a Russian state-sponsored news show to play down the seriousness of the pandemic. He later apologized.

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    CNN, Fox News projects Joe Biden wins the 2021 Presidency!

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    If you have access to NetFlix, you might want to watch "The Social Dilemma". It is a documentary about about how social media serves you content and the forces that decide what content you receive.

    The Social Dilemma | Official Trailer | Netflix - YouTube

    The Social Dilemma is a powerful exploration of the disproportionate impact that a relatively small number of engineers in Silicon Valley have over the way we think, act, and live our lives. The film deftly tackles an underlying cause of our viral conspiracy theories, teenage mental health issues, rampant misinformation and political polarization, and makes these issues visceral, understandable, and urgent.

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    Look for Major sanctions by the US and our other NATO allies against the Soviet Union in early 2021 by the Biden Administration

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsm2 View Post
    Look for Major sanctions by the US and our other NATO allies against the Soviet Union in early 2021 by the Biden Administration
    Don't have to look very hard Dumb-Ass! They've already been Sanctioned heavily by Trump.
    The Trump admin has been a MAJOR THORN in Russia's side!


    President Trump's administration has;
    * Imposed sanctions on Russian companies and Russian entities, blocking at least $3 billion worth of deals from going into Russian coffers.
    * Placed harsh economic restrictions on a group of Russian oligarchs which effectively puts more pressure on Vladimir Putin. The Russian leader has illegally amassed enormous wealth – exceeding $25 billion – in the last two decades, but he can't hold all that wealth in his own name, so he appointed oligarch cronies to be his trustees. Putting his oligarchs on sanctions hurts Putin big time.
    * Levied considerable financial sanctions and travel restrictions on 50-plus individuals who have been accused of human-rights abuses and corruption under both the Magnitsky Act and the Global Magnitsky Act.
    * Criticized NATO allies for not spending enough on defense (and was accused by the lamestream media of encouraging Russia to test alliance resolve). NATO allies, however, have taken steps to pay more, and NATO appears stronger than before, which is decidedly not the outcome Putin wanted.
    * Authorized the expulsion of 60 Russian diplomats from the U.S. in the wake of nerve agent attack on British soil, allegedly at the hands of the Kremlin.
    * Approved the export of lethal weapons, including American-made Javelin antitank missiles, to help Ukraine shore up its eastern defenses against separatists backed by Moscow. More defense cooperation with Ukraine, as well as weapons sales are on the near horizon.
    * Killed more than 200 Russian soldiers in Syria – U.S. troops are present as in Syria as much to limit Russian and Iranian influence on the country’s future as to fight the remnants of the Islamic State.
    * Facilitated U.S. sales of more coal to energy-strapped Ukraine, whileweakening Russia's hold on oil exports.
    * Ramped up militay to pressure the Russian Federation as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the Defense Secretary work to strengthen alliances and military cooperation with Baltic states that share borders with Russia.
    * Offered a proposal to Poland to host a permanent contingent of U.S. troops, in the way that Germany and Italy have done since World War II, to help secure Poland’s 180-mile long border with Russia.
    * Discussed with Ukraine’s president the enhancement of cooperation in security and defense sectors, and the importance of keeping tight sanctions on Russia – to Putin a most unwelcome development.
    * Sanctioned four Russian entities and seven individuals in response to a 2018 attempt to interfere in U.S. midterm elections, including Russian financier Yevgeniy Prigozhin, a wealthy loyalist nicknamed "Putin's chef" who has his mitts in many pies.
    * Suspended its obligations under the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty because Russia was not complying with it.
    In all, as a Brookings Institute analysis revealed, the Trump administration has enacted more than 50 sanctions or policy actions on Russia, many being severe, from May 15, 2017 – four months after Trump took office – to the present day. But the Left would much prefer that you remain ignorant about these.


    So, what I think you meant to say is......."IF Joe Biden becomes president, look for him and the media to embrace what Trump has already done, and claim them as their own doings".
    Omertà

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrohnB View Post
    Don't have to look very hard Dumb-Ass! They've already been Sanctioned heavily by Trump.
    The Trump admin has been a MAJOR THORN in Russia's side!


    President Trump's administration has;
    * Imposed sanctions on Russian companies and Russian entities, blocking at least $3 billion worth of deals from going into Russian coffers.
    * Placed harsh economic restrictions on a group of Russian oligarchs which effectively puts more pressure on Vladimir Putin. The Russian leader has illegally amassed enormous wealth – exceeding $25 billion – in the last two decades, but he can't hold all that wealth in his own name, so he appointed oligarch cronies to be his trustees. Putting his oligarchs on sanctions hurts Putin big time.
    * Levied considerable financial sanctions and travel restrictions on 50-plus individuals who have been accused of human-rights abuses and corruption under both the Magnitsky Act and the Global Magnitsky Act.
    * Criticized NATO allies for not spending enough on defense (and was accused by the lamestream media of encouraging Russia to test alliance resolve). NATO allies, however, have taken steps to pay more, and NATO appears stronger than before, which is decidedly not the outcome Putin wanted.
    * Authorized the expulsion of 60 Russian diplomats from the U.S. in the wake of nerve agent attack on British soil, allegedly at the hands of the Kremlin.
    * Approved the export of lethal weapons, including American-made Javelin antitank missiles, to help Ukraine shore up its eastern defenses against separatists backed by Moscow. More defense cooperation with Ukraine, as well as weapons sales are on the near horizon.
    * Killed more than 200 Russian soldiers in Syria – U.S. troops are present as in Syria as much to limit Russian and Iranian influence on the country’s future as to fight the remnants of the Islamic State.
    * Facilitated U.S. sales of more coal to energy-strapped Ukraine, whileweakening Russia's hold on oil exports.
    * Ramped up militay to pressure the Russian Federation as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the Defense Secretary work to strengthen alliances and military cooperation with Baltic states that share borders with Russia.
    * Offered a proposal to Poland to host a permanent contingent of U.S. troops, in the way that Germany and Italy have done since World War II, to help secure Poland’s 180-mile long border with Russia.
    * Discussed with Ukraine’s president the enhancement of cooperation in security and defense sectors, and the importance of keeping tight sanctions on Russia – to Putin a most unwelcome development.
    * Sanctioned four Russian entities and seven individuals in response to a 2018 attempt to interfere in U.S. midterm elections, including Russian financier Yevgeniy Prigozhin, a wealthy loyalist nicknamed "Putin's chef" who has his mitts in many pies.
    * Suspended its obligations under the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty because Russia was not complying with it.
    In all, as a Brookings Institute analysis revealed, the Trump administration has enacted more than 50 sanctions or policy actions on Russia, many being severe, from May 15, 2017 – four months after Trump took office – to the present day. But the Left would much prefer that you remain ignorant about these.


    So, what I think you meant to say is......."IF Joe Biden becomes president, look for him and the media to embrace what Trump has already done, and claim them as their own doings".
    Wrong and HILARIOUS at the same time as We all know Trumps a Putin Puppet

    I forgot Trumps the Greatest. Hard to believe the American People just Fired him!

    Apparently you missed reading my post correctly
    Look for Major sanctions by the US and our other NATO allies against the Soviet Union in early 2021 by the Biden Administration

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