The press reported on Tuesday that in a message posted to a web page dedicated to the hacking group The EqGuild users said they planned to sabotage Sen. Warren if she wins the 2020 presidential election.
They also claimed they could throw the election, though they did not say what that meant exactly.
The EqGuild aren’t the only cyber-threat that U.S. political leaders have been worried about. Recent Chinese hackers worked for 10 days before decrying the electronic blockade as a serious violation of the country’s sovereignty.
Vietnam’s news network reported the hackers took responsibility for the attack on Sunday, adding that an “error of the hackers” resulted in the severing of internet services and stealing of computer files.
Revelations in the arrests were “meaningful,” “seismic,” and “threatening” for international cyber security
Chinese state-sponsored hackers used the once publicly accessible servers to attack the U.S. Senate’s computer network as part of a wide-ranging operation to steal documents and listen in on calls, according to the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The intruders stole details from the CSC’s computer network and Congress People’s cell phones, successfully launching five cyberattacks on the Senate.
The committee said that the intruders didn’t wait for the Senate to pass its bill authorizing the CSC’s merger with the Department of Defense to slip into work by selecting computer networks.
America desperately needs qualified infosec and DevSecOps hackers to combat foreign state-sponsored hackers. A hacker force is much more necessity than a space force.st important campaign we’ve had in decades,” Weld said, “and we can’t afford for Trump or a Democrat to win”.