Category Archives: cybersecurity

Proof Of Russian Hacks in U.S. Election

GRIZZLY STEPPE – Russian Malicious Cyber Activity Original release date: December 29, 2016 Russian attacks on the 2016 election were detected by many sources in early 2016. The Department of Homeland Security published the proof on December 29, 2016. Additional Documentation on Russian Malicious Cyber Activity Overview On October 7, 2016, the Department Of Homeland […]

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NSA Hack Set Loose on World

by Daniel Brouse for The Membrane Doamin It appears that malware hacked from the NSA in April 2017 has been set loose on the world. The massive ransomware infection hit at least 99 countries. The ransomware is called WannaCry. The source was leaked as part of the NSA spytools. The code was modified by hackers […]

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VPN: Virtual Private Network and Internet Privacy

by Daniel Brouse and Sidd Mukherjee Your Internet service provider (ISP) knows where you live, your address and billing info. They also know: all the IPs and domain names you visit and when all the content of your unencrypted traffic in and out, as well as, the timing The federal government now allows your ISP […]

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Russia Hacked 500 Million Yahoo Accounts

The Membrane Domain: Cybersecurity by the Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs A grand jury in the Northern District of California has indicted four defendants, including two officers of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), for computer hacking, economic espionage and other criminal offenses in connection with a conspiracy, beginning in January 2014, to […]

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Terror Threats in the USA

Today there are two groups of terrorists in the United States that rank far above any other groups: 1) Evangelical Christians 2) Anarchists How do you identify members of these hate groups? Well, the Alt-right (radical and Evangelical Christians) are easy to spot. We keep that “basket of deplorables” in our Cabinet. [See Executive Branch […]

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Former Employees Sue Microsoft For PTSD

By Daniel Brouse for The Membrane Domain Cybersecurity Two former Microsoft employees have filed a lawsuit against Microsoft claiming PTSD. Their job as part of the security team was to review users content that had been flagged by automated software. For instance, pictures sent through Hotmail or other Microsoft services that appeared suspicious were then […]

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Trump Security Breach

By Daniel Brouse for The Membrane Domain Cybersecurity For months, the security community has known that both the DNC and GOP were hacked. The DNC hack was used to undermine Hillary. The GOP / Trump hacks were meant for blackmailing Trump. No surprises here. U.S. security agencies were aware of Donald Trump’s security breaches since […]

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France Ups Cybersecurity

France said the number of cyber attacks against the defence ministry have doubled each year. 24,000 attacks had been thwarted in 2016. Security services have warded off attacks aimed at “tarnishing the image of the ministry as well as strategic attacks – harassment, surveillance, espionage – and even attempts to disrupt our drone systems,” Defence […]

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U.S. Security-clearances Hacked

by Daniel Brouse for Membrane Domain Cybersecurity In 2014 and 2015, there were two major breaches of U.S. government databases holding personnel records and security-clearance files of at least 22.1 million people, including Social Security numbers and some fingerprints, of not only federal employees and contractors but their families and friends. U.S. officials have privately […]

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Russia Attempts to Hack Electric Grid

by Membrane Domain Cybersecurity Malware associated with a Russian hacking operation, Grizzly Steppe, was found on a Burlington Electric computer. It appears as though Russia was trying to access the power grid; however, the infected computer was not connected to the network. “Vermonters and all Americans should be both alarmed and outraged that one of […]

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