(Geoffrey Grider) The FBI and FAA are investigating the message that was heard by multiple air traffic controllers in New York, according to CBS. The threat, delivered via a digitized voice, said: ‘We are flying into the Capitol Wednesday. Soleimani will be avenged.’ Congress plans to confirm Joe Biden’s win at the Capitol on Wednesday. The threat was made almost one year to the day after the death of Soleimani, who was killed in a U.S. drone strike ordered by President Donald Trump. It is not yet clear who sent the message and the threat is not believed to credible, CBS reports, but the Pentagon and other agencies were briefed on Tuesday.
(Douglas Braff) Russian government hackers reportedly infiltrated multiple U.S. government agencies, including the Treasury and Commerce departments, as part of a worldwide espionage campaign that dates back months, people familiar with the matter told The Washington Post in a Monday report.
(Leisa Audette) Democrats didn’t waste any time blaming President Trump for the hack of federal networks because he fired the director of the CISA (the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) a few weeks ago (see below).
(Ari Hoffman) According to sources, the hack was so severe that it triggered a National Security Council meeting at the White House on Saturday. The federal government confirmed the reports of the hacks late Sunday.
(Arjun Walia) Exploring the 2020 election aftermath can be confusing. A slew of partisan perspectives, mainstream media holding to a lockstep narrative, and much of alt media sitting on the other end of the extreme. But where can we get election information we can trust? That’s a good question, and one we feel will be answered as a bit more time passes. We are preparing a report on what factual election fraud we’ve found, but for now, we’ll start here.
(Joe Hoft) The timing of the announcement earlier today on the indictment of several Russian operatives is to influence the national election because what they are saying is basically impossible to prove.
(Douglas Braff) After intense backlash for suppressing the spread of the New York Post‘s Hunter Biden emails exposé on its platform, including a Senate subpoena, Twitter announced Thursday night that it’s changing its policy on “hacked materials.”
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(Cristina Laila) Here we go again. The FBI and DHS claimed hackers have gained access to US elections systems nationwide.
(Joseph Curl) Hackers have been trying to “knock Trump campaign and business websites offline” before Election Day, according to a new report.
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(AJ Nelson) Social media giant YouTube announced yesterday a host of new measures it says are aimed at preventing any interference in the upcoming presidential elections. Chief among the list it wrote on its blog, is “removing content that contains hacked information, the disclosure of which may interfere with democratic processes, such as elections and censuses.” An example it gives, would be deleting “videos that contain hacked information about a political candidate.”
(Joe Hoft) China hackers reportedly attacked US and foreign entities for the past decade. They were charged on Tuesday with trying to steal US coronavirus research.
(Zero Hedge) Twitter has now said about 130 accounts were compromised by the hack that took the platform by storm roughly 48 hours ago. The company said on Thursday that it was taking “aggressive” security measures.
(Ryan Saavedra) Individuals who allegedly were part of the massive hack that brought Twitter to its knees on Wednesday claim that they paid a Twitter insider to help them hijack the Twitter accounts of numerous high-profile figures.
(Steve Watson) Conservatives believe that an unprecedented hack targeting Twitter has confirmed suspicions that the tech platform is using secret ‘blacklist’ tools to shadowban certain accounts and prevent certain subjects from trending when they do not fit the company’s agenda.