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Перевод 15.10.2021      Андрей Браудэ родился 31 марта 1984 года в Латвии, в пригороде Риги. В 6 лет родители Андрея переехали в российский город Калининград в 360 км от Риги и перевезли с собой Андрея. Там же он начал ходить в советскую начальную школу в 1990 году в возрасте 6 лет. Одним из ярких детских воспоминаний которым делится Андрей были воспоминания из своего школьного периода: “Моя мама”, – рассказывает Андрей, “была антисоветчицой и не разрешала мне учить гимн Советского Союза. В тоже время в школе это было обязательным знанием.Read More


Rolling Stones: Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen: Remembering the Life and Legacy of the Poet of Brokenness For nearly half a century, the novelist, ladies’ man and Buddhist monk built a tower of song – even though darkness was never far off. Rolling Stone Mikal Gilmore Photo by Tom Hill / WireImage / Getty. Leonard Cohen was the poet of brokenness. The knowledge haunted the first song that drew attention to him, “Suzanne”: “Jesus was a sailor when he walked upon the water/And he spent a long time watching from his lonely wooden tower . . .  /ButRead More


ЛЮБОВНИЦА ПУТИНА КУПИЛА В МОНАКО ДОМ ЗА $4 МИЛЛИОНА

Putin’s Alleged Mistress Bought a $4 Million Pad in Monaco Kana Ruhalter Alexander Natruskin/AFP via Getty Images Financial records and tax documents reviewed by the Washington Post and other media outlets reveal that a former cleaner who is alleged to be the onetime mistress of Russian President Vladimir Putin—and the mother of his supposed 18-year-old daughter—bought a lavish $4 million apartment in Monaco through an offshore shell company in the British Virgin Islands, created just weeks after she gave birth to the girl. The multi-million outlay in 2003 by SvetlanaRead More


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The Secrets of The World’s Greatest Freediver

The Secrets of The World’s Greatest Freediver With only a single breath, Alexey Molchanov, history’s most daring freediver, is reaching improbable depths—and discovering a new kind of enlightenment as he conquers one of the world’s wildest sports. By Daniel Riley Photography by Daan Verhoeven Alexey Molchanov at Dean’s Blue Hole, in the Bahamas. 1. Rhapsody in Blue For all the complex techniques required to succeed, the objective is remarkably simple: Go as deep as you can go on one breath and return to the surface without passing out or dying.Read More


BBC: Киберпартизаны

Киберпартизаны: что известно о хакерах, которые хотят разрушить режим Лукашенко Сергей Козловский Би-би-си Протесты после выборов в Беларуси продолжаются уже почти два месяца в масштабах, каких страна не видела уже много лет. Еще одной отличительной чертой новой протестной волны стало “цифровое сопротивление” в интернете. Анонимные хакеры взламывают государственные сайты и собирают информацию о сотрудниках силовых ведомств. Первые сообщения о хакерских атаках на государственные сайты в Беларуси появились в начале сентября. Сначала был атакован сайт Управления делами президента: на его главной странице появился бело-красно-белый флаг, который был государственным в 1991-95 годахRead More


MEDIAZONA: «Полный захват государственного ресурса, несущего пропаганду и ложь»

«Полный захват государственного ресурса, несущего пропаганду и ложь». Разговор с активистом «Кибер партизан» Алексей Ивашкевич 26 сентября 2020 Иллюстрация: Мария Толстова / Медиазона «Кибер партизаны» называют себя цифровым фронтом сопротивления. Они взяли на себя ответственность за взлом сайтов управления делами президента, академии МВД и системы ЕРИП. Кроме того, хакерская группировка опубликовала базу сотрудников МВД. «Партизаны» сохраняют анонимность и не раскрывают своего местонахождения. Недавно их движение разделилось на два лагеря. «Медиазона» поговорила с одним из «киберпартизан». — Откуда появилась идея «киберпартизан»?— Этой идее уже шесть лет, наши коллеги «продавали» Кремль, выставляли на продажуRead More


Лукашенко “Киберпартизаны”

Противостоящие Лукашенко “Киберпартизаны” получили паспортные данные и фото ВСЕХ белорусов. Фактчек Настоящего Времени и интервью с хакерами 30 июля 2021 года 13:21 мск Андрей Сошников Анонимная группа белорусских “Киберпартизан” (часть движения “Супраціў” – “Сопротивление”) утверждает, что взломала паспортную систему страны. В распоряжении хакеров оказались данные миллионов белорусов, включая “скрытые записи” о руководстве силовых структур, людей из близкого окружения Александра Лукашенко, сотрудников КГБ и разведчиков в Евросоюзе. Хакеры выложили в телеграме часть информации: паспортные данные председателя ЦИК Беларуси Лидии Ермошиной, председателя Совета Республики Натальи Качановой, главы КГБ Ивана Тертеля и бывшегоRead More


Белорусские киберпартизаны

Белорусские киберпартизаны провели отчаянную антиправительственную кибероперацию 09:38 / 25 Августа, 2021 Подробнее: https://www.securitylab.ru/news/523714.php Хакеры заявили о взломе 240 камер видеонаблюдения и подготовке к отключению правительственных компьютеров с помощью вредоносного ПО. Противники политического режима в Беларуси заявили о весьма дерзкой кибероперации, в результате которой были скомпрометированы десятки баз данных МВД. Хакеры, называющие себя белорусскими киберпартизанами, за последние несколько недель опубликовалинемалую часть похищенных данных, по их словам, в том числе содержащих секретную информацию. БД содержат списки информаторов МВД, персональные данные высокопоставленных лиц и разведчиков, видеоизображения, собранные с милицейских дронов и камер видеонаблюденияRead More


MIT: Hackers are trying to topple Belarus’s dictator

Hackers are trying to topple Belarus’s dictator, with help from the inside Opposition from inside the regime of Alexander Lukashenko is helping hackers run what may be the most comprehensive cyberattack on a nation ever. Patrick Howell O’Neill August 26, 2021 MS TECH | ALAMY, UNSPLASH Since becoming president of Belarus in 1994, Alexander Lukashenko has built Europe’s most repressive police state and ruthlessly used his power to stay in office as a dictator. Now hackers are trying to turn the extensive surveillance state against Lukashenko to end his reign—andRead More


MINSK: Hackers Release Data Trove

Hackers Release Data Trove From Belarus in Bid to Overthrow Lukashenko Regime Pilfered data includes lists of alleged police informants and information on government spies. Ryan Gallagher  Opponents of the Belarus government said they have pulled off an audacious hack that has compromised dozens of police and interior ministry databases as part of a broad effort to overthrow President Alexander Lukashenko’s regime. The Belarusian Cyber Partisans, as the hackers call themselves, have in recent weeks released portions of a huge data trove they say includes some of the country’s most secret police and governmentRead More


БЕЛОРУССКИЕ ХАКЕРЫ ПЫТАЮТСЯ СВЕРГНУТЬ ЛУКАШЕНКО

Mariella Moon ·Associate Editor Sat, August 28, 2021  A group of activist-hackers in Belarus has infiltrated almost every part of the the country’s authoritarian government in a bid to overthrow the Lukashenko regime, according to MIT’s Technology Review and Bloomberg. The hackers, known as Belarus Cyber Partisans, have been leaking information they found on sensitive police and government networks. They first started defacing government websites as an act of protest in September 2020 following the country’s disputed election, in which Alexander Lukashenko’s win was widely considered as fraudulent. But theyRead More


Новый главный капеллан Гарварда? Атеист

NY Times: The New Chief Chaplain at Harvard? An Atheist. The elevation of Greg Epstein, author of “Good Without God,” reflects a broader trend of young people who increasingly identify as spiritual but religiously nonaffiliated.   Greg Epstein has been Harvard’s humanist chaplain since 2005.Credit…Cody O’Loughlin for The New York Times By Emma Goldberg Aug. 26, 2021 The Puritan colonists who settled in New England in the 1630s had a nagging concern about the churches they were building: How would they ensure that the clergymen would be literate? Their answerRead More


НЙ Таймс: Ковид19 Происходит из Китайской Лаборатории

  Caught in the Crossfire Over Covid’s Origins Alina Chan suggested last year that the coronavirus was “pre-adapted” to humans. Critical reaction was swift and harsh. In the early days of the pandemic, scientists reported a reassuring trait in the new coronavirus: It appeared to be very stable. The virus was not mutating very rapidly, making it an easier target for treatments and vaccines. At the time, the slow mutation rate struck one young scientist as odd. “That really made my ears perk up,” said Alina Chan, a postdoctoral fellowRead More


Эскизы, используемые советской полицией….

Эскизы, используемые советской полицией для опознания подозреваемых по национальности, 1960-е гг.


What is Pegasus spyware and how does it hack phones?

TheGuardian: What is Pegasus spyware and how does it hack phones? Pegasus can infect a phone through ‘zero-click’ attacks, which do not require any interaction from the phone’s owner to succeed. Composite: AFP via Getty NSO Group software can record your calls, copy your messages and secretly film you David Pegg and Sam Cutler It is the name for perhaps the most powerful piece of spyware ever developed – certainly by a private company. Once it has wormed its way on to your phone, without you noticing, it can turnRead More


Y-хромосома исчезает – что же будет с мужчинами?

The Y Chromosome Is Disappearing – So What Will Happen to Men? Research shows that the Y chromosome may be able to protect itself from extinction in the short term. But what about in a future where we reproduce artificially? Darren Griffin Peter Ellis Mole voles have no Y chromosomes. Photo from wikipedia. The Y chromosome may be a symbol of masculinity, but it is becoming increasingly clear that it is anything but strong and enduring. Although it carries the “master switch” gene, SRY, that determines whether an embryo willRead More


The Dark Side of Chess: Payoffs, Points and 12-Year-Old Grandmasters

The Dark Side of Chess: Payoffs, Points and 12-Year-Old Grandmasters When is a grandmaster’s title less than grand?   KYIV, Ukraine — Sergei Karjakin had only one game of chess left, and he had to win it. It should have been an easy task. The opponent was the lowest-ranked player in the tournament. Karjakin was one of the rising talents in chess, a poised and accomplished boy of 12 years 7 months who was, at that moment, one victory from becoming the game’s youngest grandmaster. The title would change hisRead More


Russian hacking Group behind Kaseya cyber attack goes offline

MAGGIE MILLER – 07/13/21   Websites on the dark web used by a criminal hacking group believed to be behind the recent massive ransomware attack on software company Kaseya went offline Tuesday. The hacking group, REvil, is believed to be based in Russia, and has been linked by the FBI to the ransomware attack in May on JBS USA, the nation’s largest beef producer. The more recent attack on Kaseya impacted up to 1,500 companies, many of them small businesses. According to The New York Times, the websites on theRead More


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How a Renegade ‘Middle Eastern Mafia’ Invented Modern Russian Espionage

How a Renegade ‘Middle Eastern Mafia’ Invented Modern Russian Espionage Andrei Soldatov It was a cold winter morning in Moscow in the late 2000s. At the southern end of the Slavyanskaya Square, in front of the giant windows of the six-story neoclassical edifice of the Presidential Administration, once home to the Central Committee of the Communist Party, stood a short stocky man in his early sixties, with a black mustache. Konstantin, twice—the second time from Israel. We’d gotten to know each other over several years: he’d send me his storiesRead More


NY Times: U.S. Seizes Share of Ransom From Hackers in Colonial Pipeline Attack

Investigators traced 75 Bitcoins worth more than $4 million through nearly two dozen cryptocurrency accounts. The cyberattack on Colonial Pipeline last month shut down its computer systems, leading to soaring gas prices and panic buying.Credit…Shawn Thew/EPA, via Shutterstock By Katie Benner and Nicole Perlroth Published June 7, 2021Updated June 8, 2021, 12:31 p.m. ET WASHINGTON — The Justice Department said on Monday that it had seized much of the ransom that a major U.S. pipeline operator had paid last month to a Russian hacking collective, turning the tables on theRead More


The 1997 Merger That Paved the Way For the Boeing 737 Max Crisis

Only now, with the plane indefinitely grounded, are we beginning to see the scale of its effects. Natasha Frost Nowhere to go. Photo by Reuters/Lindsey Wasson Late in the summer of 1997, two of the most critical players in global aviation became a single tremendous titan. Boeing, one of the US’s largest and most important companies, acquired its longtime plane manufacturer rival, McDonnell Douglas, in what was then the country’s tenth-largest merger. The resulting giant took Boeing’s name. More unexpectedly, it took its culture and strategy from McDonnell Douglas—even its commercialRead More


Anton Troianovski: Защищая других, а теперь защищая себя от российского государства

‘My Conscience Is Clean. And Yet They Came for Me.’ For years, Ivan Pavlov jousted with Russia’s “leviathan” security state. Now, as the lawyer for the opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny, he is in danger of being swallowed by it. The lawyer Ivan Pavlov at his home outside St. Petersburg, Russia. When he took on the defense of groups led by the opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny he became a target of Russian intelligence.Credit…Mary Gelman for The New York Times By Anton Troianovski VYAZY, Russia — When the spooks startedRead More


Ransomware

Secret Chats Show How Cybergang Became a Ransomware Powerhouse As the ransomware industry exploded, a Russian-speaking outfit called DarkSide offered would-be computer crooks not just the tools, but also customer support. We got an inside look.   Just weeks before DarkSide attacked Colonial Pipeline, disrupting fuel supplies in the eastern United States, the ransomware gang was putting the screws to a family-owned producer of school yearbooks.Credit…Travis Dove for The New York Times By Andrew E. Kramer, Michael Schwirtz and Anton Troianovski May 29, 2021 MOSCOW — Just weeks before the ransomwareRead More


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