The projects themselves appear to be a mix of social media scraping (Nautilus), targeted collection against internet users seeking to anonymize their activities (Nautilus-S), data collection targeting Russian enterprises (Mentor), and projects that seem to relate to Russia's ongoing initiative to build an option to separate the internal internet from the world wide web (Hope and Tax-3).
If it is public money, it should be public code as well. I support this call for more public code under a Free Software licence: https://publiccode.eu/
On January 1, 2019, Armor Games suffered a breach. Once the breach was discovered and verified it was added to our database on July 20, 2019.
What data was compromised:
- IP addresses
- Email addresses
- Dates of birth
Additional information, including: Bios, Genders, Geographic locations, Usernames
At least 23 believed dead, dozens injured in suspected arson attack at Kyoto anime studio | The Japan Times
A man started a fire at a Kyoto animation studio on Thursday morning after spraying a flammable liquid, leaving at least 23 dead and dozens injured, severa
Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers is currently the best rated PC and PS4 game of 2019 beating out names such as Sekiro, Devil May Cry 5 and Resident Evil 2.
Finland is a strange place
Next "potential" KFC promotion mount #ffxiv
Downloaded and rotated all pages of the Apollo 11 Flight plan. Going to the copy shop around the corner tomorrow for printing and spiral binding it 🙂
The 4th episode of the 2nd season is pure pain.... I love it
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