"LitterDrifter" worm is infecting PCs that weren't intentionally targeted by its creators
"How am I in this war?"
In a nutshell: Elon Musk turned off Starlink to foil a Ukrainian drone attack on the Russian naval fleet in Crimea last year over fears that Vladimir Putin would retaliate with a nuclear strike, according to a new biography.
Russia fines Reddit, Apple, and Wikipedia for not removing "fake" content related to Ukraine invasion
Wikipedia has been fined multiple times
Metro series author Dmitry Glukhovsky sentenced to 8 years in prison by Russian court for social media posts
He accused the Russian military of war crimes
A real-world conflict seeps into the virtual realms
Russia's piracy problem has worsened
Tech has been at the forefront of the Russia/Ukraine war
Beware of ads for inexpensive German cars
A novel way of evading Russian media censorship
In brief: Trying to report on the war in Ukraine to Russians in their home country is a challenging feat, given the media restrictions Putin has put in place. But Finland's biggest newspaper has found a creative method of delivering information: a Counter-Strike map.
Valve is unlikely to be pleased
"People should know the dangers of this"
What just happened? A whistleblower has leaked files from a Moscow-based defense contractor that allegedly show how the company works with Russian military and intelligence agencies to support them in hacking operations, training operatives, spreading disinformation, and scanning the internet for vulnerabilities.
Ammo manufacturer can't make extra artillery shells because TikTok data center is using all the electricity
"We are concerned because we see our future growth is challenged by the storage of cat videos"
WTF?! TikTok often makes headlines over claims that its user data is shared with the Chinese government, but it seems the company is also having an unintended (or possibly intended) impact on one of Europe's largest ammunition manufacturers.
GSC Game World has been dealing with cyberattacks since the war began
Starlink can be used for military comms, but controlling drones is prohibited
Scheme allows IP owners to collect money owed, if they can
Arma 3 dev says it is still being used to create fake news, offers tips for identifying game footage
WTF?! Footage of video games purporting to be real-life incidents, particular those from conflicts, is far from a new phenomenon. The practice has been increasing this year following the war in Ukraine, and it's often Arma 3 gameplay that's used as the fake footage. Now, developer Bohemia Interactive has addressed the circulation of these videos and explained how to tell real clips from fakes.
The Siberian company "misled" government bodies into thinking it was an American firm
Ukraine produced half the world's supply before the Russian invasion
Twitter and SpaceX were reportedly set for review
And is adding a donate option to Starlink
Musk says he's only following an ambassador's recommendation to "f**k off"
A hot potato: Elon Musk has been praised for supplying Ukraine with SpaceX Starlink terminals to help in the war against Russia, but the world's richest person has warned that his company can't continue its donations or fund the existing system indefinitely and is asking the Pentagon to start paying for the service.
Musk says he last spoke to Putin 18 months ago
Musk might want to stay away from politics
A hot potato: Elon Musk has waded into another controversy on the platform he once tried to buy. The world's richest man tweeted a proposal on how to end the war between Ukraine and Russia, and it's brought an angry response from the country's president.
In light of "recent developments"