Roscosmos plans to build a new "Super Heavy" booster able to carry 27 metric tons to lunar polar orbit
The technique is the latest in a long line of attacks targeting online payments
Stable Runet Law justified by government on security grounds
Russia-linked hacking group rumbled when malware caused controllers to initiate an automatic safety shutdown, claimed FireEye
Analysis of the tactics and tools used by the hackers suggests they were initiated by North Korean APT group Lazarus
Switch-off on 1st April intended to show that 'Runet' could function without a connection to the global internet
Boris the robot outed as man in rented robot suit
There have been mixed reactions to the CV-1's looks
More aggressive strategy pushed by new White House security advisor John Bolton
Alexander Polyakov: 'We have nothing to do with Russian Federal Security Service'
ERPScan named in new US sanctions that claim that Russia is monitoring underwater communication cables
ERPScan denies links with security firm named in US sanctions
Linksys, MikroTik, Netgear and TP-Link routers and storage devices affected
Kaspersky to shift processing of European, US and other customers' data to Switzerland as part of 'transparency process'
Judge to sentence Baratov next month amid claims he was a pawn of Russian intelligence
Twitter claims Kaspersky's business model 'inherently conflicts with acceptable Twitter Ads business practice'
Russia continues with its assault on encrypted messaging service Telegram
Router security flaws exploited for espionage and intellectual property theft
Germany's foreign minister points finger of blame at Russia for December cyber attack
Russian spies can continue to collect Telegram's encryption keys, rules court.
Speculation rife that the attackers - believed to be the Russian APT28 group - had access to German ministry networks for a year or more
US intelligence suggests that Russia, not North Korea, was behind the Winter Olympics cyber attacks
Initial attack vector of Ukrainian accounting firm always did indicate a Russian source for NotPetya
Legal documents suggest that government ban on Kaspersky contravenes US constitutional ban on 'bills of attainder'
Attackers appear to download legitimate Adobe Flash Player from Adobe and Akamai IP addresses