Pierluigi Paganini February 07, 2023
Anonymous leaked 128GB of data stolen from Russian ISP Convex revealing FSB’s warrantless surveillance

The popular collective Anonymous has leaked 128 GB of data allegedly stolen from the Russian Internet Service Provider Convex. The collective Anonymous released last week 128 gigabytes of documents that were allegedly stolen from the Russian Internet Service Provider Convex. The huge trove of data was leased by an affiliate of Anonymous’s affiliate group called […]

Pierluigi Paganini September 19, 2017
Wikileaks Spy File Russia – the surveillance apparatus implemented by firm Peter-Service

Wikileaks releases a new batch of documents that claim to detail the Russia mass surveillance apparatus implemented with the help of firm Peter-Service. Wikileaks has released a batch of documents, dubbed Spy File Russia, that detail the surveillance infrastructure implemented by Russia. The Kremlin’s surveillance apparatus allows the Russian agencies to spy online activities and […]

Pierluigi Paganini July 26, 2014
Russian Government issued a Tender to crack Tor

The Russian government has launched a public competition, reserved to Russian entities, offering $111,000 to break Tor encryption. As anticipated in my previous post, law enforcement agencies and intelligence all over the world are investing to de-anonymize users in the deepweb, and in particular on Tor networks. Hacking Tor is a goal for many Intelligence agencies as […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 07, 2014
Sochi visitors Hacked in few minutes to prevent attacks

According to NBC News, Olympics attendees are being hacked just the arrive in Sochi,  the reporter Richard Engel demonstrated it conducting an experiment. Sochi Olympics are starting, but Intelligence agencies of all participating governments fear the possibility of an terrorist attack or a cyber attack. The event is a great occasion for hackers, hacktivists and cyber criminals which […]