Yesterday, the collective of Ukrainian "hacktivists" called Cyber Hunta released the second batch of emails leaked from the account of Vladislav Surkov, Putin's close adviser and emissary for the Ukraine crisis. One more hit in the cyber war with Russia.
The first official image of the new Russian intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) RS-28 Sarmat – NATO codename Satan 2 – caused a huge media response. With its figures it already hits before being launched. But why does Russia need it?
The Russian threat, the Kremlin’s hackers and Trump’s relations with Putin: the Russian connection was among the leading topics during the first face-off between the two candidates. The Russian press was unusually balanced, but the same cannot be said about the web.
The reorganization of the internal security forces, the substitutions of plenipotentiaries for the Crimea and the Caucasus, the arrest of governors and mayors, the promotion of loyalists. Here's how Putin secures a possible coup in Turkey style.
Putin and Trump like each other, that’s understood, nor they did nothing to hide it. Now the email stolen from the DNC servers by Russian hackers lead the Trump-Moscow axis to a new and unexplored level. But is really Putin pulling the wires of the race to the White House?