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Did police use an anti-drone gun at the Commonwealth Games? Not exactly

Australian police officers detected a drone flying near the Commonwealth Games Athletes Village in Gold Coast, Queensland, on Sunday. And, according to a number of reports, they used a device called a DroneGun, made by Sydney-based DroneShield, to disrupt the radio signals between the drone and its operator, forcing the device to land. But police have … Continue reading “Did police use an anti-drone gun at the Commonwealth Games? Not exactly”

Did police use an anti-drone gun at the Commonwealth Games? Not exactly
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Atlanta mayor cautions public after city computers hit by ransomware

Atlanta city computers, including some used by the public to pay city bills and access court information online, have been struck by ransomware, the Associated Press reports. Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has advised the public and city workers to monitor their bank accounts, as the city works with the FBI and Department of Homeland Security, … Continue reading “Atlanta mayor cautions public after city computers hit by ransomware”

Atlanta mayor cautions public after city computers hit by ransomware
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The FBI makes it official: Russia is attacking U.S. energy, water, and critical systems

Russia is attacking the U.S. energy grid, nuclear facilities, water processing plants, aviation systems, and other critical infrastructure that millions of Americans rely on, according to a new joint analysis by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. The new attribution—the first official confirmation by the U.S. of Russia’s effort—includes an accusation that the … Continue reading “The FBI makes it official: Russia is attacking U.S. energy, water, and critical systems”

The FBI makes it official: Russia is attacking U.S. energy, water, and critical systems
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