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Former Russian spy Jack Barsky visited the Lehigh Valley Heritage Center on Saturday as part of a book tour.
Has your Friday not been strange enough? Well, if so, here's some good news. Over at AMERICAblog, John Aravosis has flagged an upcoming "world exclusive" from infamous supermarket tabloid National Enquirer, that essentially fingers President Donald ...
THIS is the shocking moment an enemy of Vladimir Putin is gunned down in cold blood on a Kiev street. Footage shows how a gunman stalks former Moscow MP Denis Voronenkov, 45, and shoots him at close range as his armed bodyguard fails to protect ...
Jack Barsky, the former KGB agent who was living in Rensselaer County in 2015 when he outed himself on '60 Minutes,' is back in the region promoting his new ...
With spies in the news a lot recently, Ellen decided to search her audience members for Russian spies. She approached several audience members who she deemed suspicious and posed some basic questions that they weren't able to answer because they ...
With potential collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump's campaign now front and center in the news cycle due to current Congressional and FBI investigations, the news that the Republican National Committee utilized the services of a former ...
VILNIUS: Lithuania's parliament on Wednesday launched impeachment procedures against a lawmaker over his ties with a former Russian spy and a Kremlin-controlled energy company, as tensions with Moscow simmer. Mindaugas Bastys, 52, resigned as ...
Yet we'd like to point out that New York's streets, parks and Libraries have long been grounds for covert operations. "New York is one of the great espionage capitals of the world," said Edward Lucas, the author of "Deception: The Untold Story of East ...
A Polish lawyer accused of spying for Russia's military intelligence has been sentenced to four years in jail. Photo: Pixabay.
Five Questions: Former Russian spy and Schaghticoke resident Jack Barsky. Photo provided. Jack Barsky, author of a memoir called Deep Undercover: My secret Life and Tangled Allegiance As a KGB spy in America.
An Aspergers Syndrome sufferer, Reichel handled sensitive material from all over the world at his office in Munich and approached the Americans three years ago with details of the Russian spy network. He was met in Vienna and groomed by a CIA handler.
All the tech stories that matter include Google's release of Android O to developers, Reddit slowly rolling out user profiles... Play video. Video: Apple launches red iPhone, cheaper iPad and Clips video editing app. Apple launches red iPhone, cheaper ...
Threats include Russian spies masquerading as local beauties trying to lure troops into embarrassing scenarios to later humiliate them.
The looming 300ft spy ship was seen 30 miles from Connecticut last month. Putin GETTY. Putin's spy ship has operated in international waters.
The Victor Leonov, a Russian spy vessel outfitted with a variety of high-tech spy equipment and designed to intercept communications signals, was spotted some 20 miles south of the US Naval submarine Base Kings Bay near the Florida border, a US ...
The busting-up of that spy ring, along with the arrest two years ago of a Russian spy who posed as a Manhattan banker and this week's announcement of an indictment of Russian agents in the Yahoo email hack, underscore long-running efforts by the ...
Ever since Wikileaks released nearly 9,000 documents and files last week, allegedly from an internal CIA knowledge base, much has been made of the various devices the agency is apparently able to hack.
A Russian spy ship that made a foray near a U.S. Navy submarine base in Connecticut in February is once again in international waters off the East Coast of the United States, presumably to monitor activity at American navy bases.
WASHINGTON - Two Russian spies, one well-known Russian hacker and one Canadian have been charged with stealing sensitive information from 500 million Yahoo user accounts in one of corporate America's biggest-known hacks.
Moscow - A U.S. indictment of two Russian intelligence agents and two hackers alleged to have stolen more than half a billion U.S.
U.S. intelligence agencies have said they were carried out by Russian spy services, including the FSB, to help the campaign of Republican candidate Donald Trump.
News outlets including CBS News and CNN are reporting that a Russian spy ship has reappeared just 20 miles south of the U.S.
A federal judge in Hawaii temporarily halted implementation of the president's second ban on immigration from six majority-Muslim countries.
WATCH: Two Russian spies among four charged for hacking Yahoo. March 15 2017 6:31 PM. 0 Comments. email. Unable to play media.
Karim Baratov, a Canadian and Kazakh national, was arrested by Toronto police Service on Tuesday in connection with a hack of 500 million Yahoo and gmail accounts.
A dying young mother's last words asking about her son led investigators to launch a multi-state search for the abducted infant, who was later found safe.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., chairman of the Senate Judiciary subcommittee on crime and terrorism, joined by Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.
(Bloomberg) - The U.S. government accused Russia of directing some of the world's most notorious hackers to break into computer systems, namely a half-billion accounts at Yahoo Inc., in a broad scheme pairing cybercrime with intelligence gathering.
Two Russian spies, one well-known Russian hacker and one Canadian have been charged with stealing sensitive information from 500 million Yahoo user accounts in one of corporate America's biggest-known hacks.
The Viktor Leonov, a Russian spy vessel outfitted with a variety of high-tech spy equipment and designed to intercept communications signals, was spotted some 20 miles south of the US Naval submarine Base Kings Bay near the Florida border, a US ...
A U.S. indictment of two Russian intelligence agents and two hackers alleged to have stolen more than half a billion U.S. email accounts in 2014 has cast a spotlight on the intertwining of the Russian security services and the murky digital underworld.
The spies are officers of FSB, a successor organization to Russia's KGB. They "protected, directed, facilitated and paid criminal hackers" to break into Yahoo's servers and "steal information including information about individual users and private ...
WASHINGTON, March 15 (Reuters) - The U.S. government on Wednesday is expected to unseal charges against two Russian spies and two criminal hackers for allegedly pilfering 500 million Yahoo user accounts in 2014, a source familiar with the matter ...
Estonia's Tartu County Court on Wednesday denied parole for a former chief of the Estonian Defense Ministry's security department, Herman Simm, who was ...
Two of the four individuals indicted for hacking Yahoo in 2014, exposing 500 million user accounts, work for a Russian intelligence service unit that the FBI collaborates with on international cybercrime investigations.
The U.S. Department of Justice will charge two Russian spies and two hackers with targeting Yahoo and breaching more than 500 million users' accounts, The Washington Post reports.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. government on Wednesday unsealed charges against two Russian spies and two criminal hackers for allegedly pilfering 500 million Yahoo user accounts in 2014.
A Russian spy ship has reappeared off the U.S. eastern seaboard, sailing just 20 miles south of the U.S. Navy submarine base at King's Bay, Georgia, and ...
Today the Department of Justice charged four individuals, including two Russian spies and two other criminal hackers, with the 2014 theft of 500 million Yahoo users' account information - one of the largest data breaches in history.
The Russian spy ship that transited up and back down the East Coast of the United States in February is taking another lap - and making no waves in Washington.
U.S. authorities charged four men on Wednesday, including two officers at Russia's spy agency, with the Yahoo Inc. hacks that compromised the personal data of hundreds of millions of users, including the accounts of U.S.
The Russian spy ship that transited up and back down the East Coast of the United States in February is taking another lap - and making no waves in Washington.
Two members of the Russian Intelligence Unit that works with the FBI on cyber crime lead a conspiracy to use Yahoo's email network to target dissidents and government officials, according to the Justice Department.
(CBS NEWS) -- A Russian spy ship has reappeared off the U.S. eastern seaboard, sailing just 20 miles south of the U.S. Navy submarine base at King's Bay, Georgia, and heading north.
Two of the four individuals indicted for hacking Yahoo in 2014, exposing 500 million user accounts, work for a Russian intelligence service unit that the FBI collaborates with on international cybercrime investigations.
A law enforcement official says the Justice Department is preparing to announce charges against four defendants, including two Russian security services officers, in a mega data breach at Yahoo.
A Canadian has been taken into custody as part of the U.S. Justice Department's investigation into the massive 2014 cyberattack against Yahoo, which compromised an estimated 500 million accounts.
The Justice Department announced charges on Wednesday against four defendants, including two Russian security services officers, in a huge data breach at Yahoo that affected 1b user accounts, according to a federal law enforcement official.
Two Russian spies, one well-known Russian hacker and one Canadian have been charged with stealing sensitive information from 500 million Yahoo user accounts in one of corporate America's biggest-known hacks.
The Victor Leonov, a Russian spy vessel outfitted with a variety of high-tech spy equipment and designed to intercept communications signals, was spotted some 20 miles south of the US Naval submarine Base Kings Bay near the Florida border, a US ...


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