For three years, WIRED has tracked the elite and shadowy Russian vanguard of cyberwar.
Note to readers: in light of news that Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s investigation is complete, I’m releasing this chapter of Hate Inc. early, with a few new details added up top. Nobody wants to hear this, but news that Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller is headed home without issuing new charges is a death-blow for the reputation of the American news media.
A meticulous analysis of online activity during the 2016 campaign makes a powerful case that targeted cyberattacks by hackers and trolls were decisive.
The indictment has a surprising amount of technical information and presents the most detailed and plausible pictures of the Russian cyberattacks so far.
The indictment makes a compelling case that the hack of the Democratic Party was a highly-structured, officially sanctioned Russian intelligence operation.
Russian war correspondent Arkady Babchenko was reported dead Tuesday. On Wednesday, he showed up at a press conference, very much alive.
As a film studio revitalizes a once-successful super-villain franchise for a new generation of moviegoers, we're back to Russia occupying center stage.
After months of negotiations, the Russian insisted on including information about the president as part of a deal involving stolen hacking tools.
Een Russische antitrustwaakhond vindt dat Google snel moet stoppen met machtsmisbruik in het land.
There is some circumstantial evidence that the hack may have originated in Russia, but there are many questions that haven’t been resolved
Russian bill mandates backdoors in all communications apps