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A portrait of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who died after being detained on the grounds she did not comply with the headscarf rules, near the Iranian consulate on Oct. 31, 2022, in ─░stanbul, Turkey. (Photo by Omer Kuscu/ dia images via Getty Images)

Hackers push anti-Iranian government messages to millions via breached app

The apparent hack comes just ahead of the one-year anniversary of the death of Mahsa Amini, the Iranian woman who died in police custody.
BLAHODATNE, UKRAINE: Soldiers of the 68th Jaeger Brigade “Oleksa Dovbush” stand in the Palace of culture in the newly liberated village on June 10, 2023 in Blahodatne, Ukraine.(Photo by Serhii Mykhalchuk/Global Images Ukraine via Getty Images)

Pro-Russian hackers remain active amid Ukraine counteroffensive

Pro-Russian hackers are focused on Ukrainian service providers, media, critical infrastructure and collecting data from government networks.
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Rescuers rest during search and rescue operations near a destroyed building of Kupiansk’s local museum on April 25, 2023. (Oleksandra Novosel/Suspilne Ukraine/JSC “UA:PBC”/Global Images Ukraine via Getty Images)

Pro-Russian hacktivism isn’t real, top Ukrainian cyber official says

Cyberattacks targeting Ukraine are mostly carried out by Russian intelligence agencies or state-sponsored groups, according to the official.
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