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    • New hackers’ attack on Monitor News Agency with threats and attempted extortion

      New hackers’ attack on Monitor News Agency with threats and attempted extortion

      A new hackers’ attack crashed Monitor website for several hours this morning. It is another one in a series of powerful hits, which have begun on Thursday night, when our online version fell victim to an unscrupulous attack on freedom of speech, accompanied by threats, bloody messages and photos of the banker Emil Kyulev, who was brutally shot dead in 2005 (see here).

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    • Hackers attack on Monitor News Agency refered to Brussels by Telegraph Media

      Hackers attack on Monitor News Agency refered to Brussels by Telegraph Media

      The ominous hackers’ attack on Monitor News Agency on Thursday night was referred by Telegraph Media to all the EU institutions and EU commissioners who are responsible for the rule of law and digitalisation. The online edition then fell  victim to an unscrupulous attack on freedom of speech, what the attack involving bloody messages and threats was, including threats for murder. It was apparently ordered by the sinister gambling boss with 18 charges Vasil Bozhkov, called El Chapo (see here).

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    • Merkel to work for better ties with Moscow despite  'hard evidence' Russian hackers targeted her

      Merkel to work for better ties with Moscow despite 'hard evidence' Russian hackers targeted her

      German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced frustration on Wednesday that Russia was targeting her in hacking action, saying she had concrete proof of the "outrageous" spying attempts, news wires reported. "I can honestly say that it pains me. Every day I try to build a better relationship with Russia and on the other hand there is such hard evidence that Russian forces are doing this," she told parliament.

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    • NRA data leak investigated

      NRA data leak investigated

      The information sent to Bulgarian media by a Russian domain definitely tallies with the information available on the servers of the National Revenue Agency (NRA), Interior Minister Mladen Marinov said. He noted that this confirms that unauthorised access to the NRA servers has taken place. Minister Marinov spoke at a briefing after an extraordinary session of the Security Council with the Council of Ministers, which was summoned by PM Boyko Borissov after an alleged hacker attack against the NRA on Monday.

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