Un nuevo informe elaborado por Flashpoint, una consultora sobre seguridad en internet, ha estado estudiante durante casi 3 años las técnicas, programas y aplicaciones que ISIS utiliza para navegar de la manera más anónima posible por internet y evitar así a las agencias gubernamentales.
There’s a big push among ISIS members to enhance technical knowledge, specifically of software that could be used to counteract surveillance. According to a new report released Friday, discussion among jihadist forums proliferates the circulation of manuals and tutorials on how to use VPNs, proxy services, and other…
Relatives of victims from five terrorist attacks in Israel, one as recent as this past March, are suing Facebook for “having knowingly provided material support and resources to Hamas,” reports Reuters.
ISIS remains a terror in the Middle East, but there is one place its influence seems to have diminished: the wilds of the internet. Twitter traffic to pro-ISIS accounts has fallen 45 percent in the past two years, according to the Obama administration, which of course is also taking most of the credit.
Los miembros de ese grupo de violentos y radicales conocido como ISIS siguen destruyendo monumentos históricos y patrimonio de la humanidad en Siria. Ahora no solo continúan haciendo añicos las obras de arte, sino también están triturando momias sirias al pasar sobre ellas con camiones enormes.
The technology that was designed to remove videos from the Internet with copyrighted content could be used for good, according to a report from Reuters. That use? To fight extremism.
After spending a year going through pro-ISIS groups on social media, researchers have come up with an algorithm they think might predict attacks. If only it were that easy.
Everyone wants to fight ISIS. One member of Anonymous is doing it by hacking into their Twitter accounts and making them tweet porn.
Do you ever listen to a particular song to get psyched up for something? Maybe it’s a morning run or a sick day of surfin’ the ‘net. Well, ISIS fighters do the same thing. But in this case, they’re all watching the same video on YouTube. So much so that when traffic on the video spikes, US intelligence agencies take…
ISIS has already been feeling the wrath of hacker collective Anonymous, and more recently, some Pentagon-backed hacking. But speaking to the New York Times, the Obama administration has declared it’s going to start “dropping cyberbombs.” Wait, what?
There is a lot of political talk right now about the U.S. carrying the weight militarily for its allies, including NATO. One actual example of this is the recurring situation where, even in lower-intensity conflicts, our allies run out of guided air-to-ground munitions to drop on the enemy. Well, it has happening once…
Just as word has come that two Americans were killed in the attacks on Brussels, multiple reports state that brothers and suicide bombers Khalid and Ibrahim El Bakraoui plotted to get their hands on nuclear material for a dirty bomb—and they set their eyes on a top Belgian nuclear researcher to do it.
Did a British news outlet receive the “biggest Islamic State intelligence haul” ever this week?
During a Pentagon press briefing today, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford said that the U.S. military will drastically accelerate attacks on ISIS where it may hurt them the most strategically: in cyberspace.
World Press Photo ha anunciado a los ganadores del concurso de fotografía más prestigioso en el marco de la prensa. Como ya es costumbre, las fotos nos recuerdan la cara más brutal del hombre y de la naturaleza, desde la crisis de los refugiados en Siria hasta la poderosa erupción del volcán de Colima.
GOP presidential candidate and possible Kardashian Ted Cruz almost said something smart as he stumped today in South Carolina.
Twitter quiere demostrar que ha endurecido sus medidas contra el apoyo de la violencia extrema. En una entrada de su blog corporativo, la compañía asegura que, desde mayo de 2015, ha suspendido más de 125.000 cuentas vinculadas con el terrorismo —ya sea a través de la difusión, el apoyo o la amenaza.
Terrorist groups like ISIS use social media to rally support around the world, using sites like Twitter to mobilize sympathizers into possible plots. But in a blog post today, Twitter says that kind of behavior flagrantly violates its terms of service, and reports that it’s suspended tens of thousands pro-ISIS…