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Britain announced the creation of a new cyber weapon

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Britain announced the creation of a new cyber weapon

Great Britain has developed cyber weapons capable of disabling energy systems and other infrastructure of enemy states. This was announced by the head of the British Strategic Command, General Patrick Sanders, reports The Guardian.


According to the general, the UK is the "leading full-spectrum cyber force", capable of both defending against hacker attacks and carrying out cyberattacks. Currently, the military is working closely with the country's government communications center and in theory can "weaken, undermine and even destroy the key capabilities and infrastructure of those who harm us, from strategic to tactical objectives."

Sanders stressed that British hacking is carried out within the framework of "strict legal and ethical standards." However, the general did not give a single example.

(...) an average of 60 serious cyber attacks are carried out against the British military every day, requiring specialist intervention

- said Sanders, adding that the attacks are carried out both by individuals and entire countries, such as Russia, China, Iran and North Korea.

The general stressed that Moscow constantly interferes in democratic processes and elections around the world, China steals intellectual property, and Tehran supports terrorists.

Against this backdrop, London plans to increase spending on cyberwarfare, as well as create a National Cybernetics Force that will simultaneously work for the Ministry of Defense and the Government Communications Center.
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  1. The leader of the Redskins
    The leader of the Redskins 26 September 2020 16: 17
    -7
    Well, at least the cartoon showed any kind. It's fashionable now.
    1. Tatyana
      Tatyana 26 September 2020 17: 41
      12
      British General Sanders stressed that British hacking is carried out under "strict legal and ethical standards."

      This is when the "Good Old England", in its own personal British national interests, carried out at least somewhere in history its SUBSTANTIVE activities within the framework of "strict legal and ethical standards" ?!

      Only one coup d'etat in other countries - including Russia - Britain has staged a lot!
    2. Maz
      Maz 26 September 2020 17: 53
      21
      I immediately remember - "Our office in unlimited quantities requires educated, cultured, highly moral and stable young men and women to spread slander about our competitors!" ...Mark Twain. So here too, hackers, cyber weapons based on high ethical, legal and moral standards ... hackers and standards when conducting cyber attacks are not compatible concepts.
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana 26 September 2020 18: 24
        +3
        Quote: Maz
        I immediately remember - "Our office requires an unlimited number of educated, cultured, highly moral and stable young men and women to spread slander about our competitors!" ...Mark Twain.

        good !!! Mark Twain said this aptly and honestly, not in the eyebrow, but in the eye!
        It's not for nothing that Mark Twain is ranked among the literary classics!
      2. venik
        venik 26 September 2020 19: 52
        0
        Quote: Maz
        "Our office needs an unlimited number of educated, cultured, highly moral and resilient young men and women to spread slander about our competitors!" ...Mark Twain.

        =======
        good drinks
        ----------
        In light of the statement: "...Britain has developed a cyber weapon capable of disable power systems and other infrastructure of enemy states. ..... "
        I remembered something else - a "bearded" anecdote: "...The use of cyber weapons by American troops against Saddam Hussein's army turned out to be completely ineffective, so, as it turned out that in the Kalashnikov assault rifles of microprocessors NO! ...." lol
      3. kytx
        kytx 27 September 2020 06: 16
        0
        Actually, a hacker is a network security specialist (this is not my definition if anything)
        For some reason, most ordinary people sincerely believe that a hacker is necessarily a villain who steals money from the bank :)
        As for the norms: to hit a person with a bayonet seems to be abnormal, but in war it is quite normal for itself
        So don't blame hackers for immorality :)
    3. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 26 September 2020 18: 01
      +1
      Quote: Leader of the Redskins
      Well, at least the cartoon showed any kind.
      When I told my fellow student that iron is rubbish, and the world enters information wars when one click equilibrates a tank army.
      1. dauria
        dauria 26 September 2020 19: 02
        +4
        when one click is balanced by a tank army

        Business ... One click - and there are no beards in Idlib. I'm going to unplug the toilet from the internet. You never know what.
        There were once empires. Rome, Byzantium ... Have thought of all sorts of wisdom, right up to Heron's theorem. All sorts of phalanxes, catapults, triremes. And the guys came who did not even have a written language - and bye to the Pythagoras. For a whole millennium, arithmetic was forgotten.
      2. nickname7
        nickname7 26 September 2020 20: 30
        0
        . and the world enters the information wars

        That's right, Nabiulina, at the direction of the states, can bring down the financial system of the Russian Federation.
        1. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A 27 September 2020 09: 45
          +1
          Quote: nickname7
          . and the world enters the information wars

          That's right, Nabiulina, at the direction of the states, can bring down the financial system of the Russian Federation.

          Quote: lucul
          It alludes to engineering tabs in EVERY electronic chip, in the central processor, in the motherboard chipset.

          Nabiullina is an American "bookmark" in the financial system of the Russian Federation.
    4. lucul
      lucul 26 September 2020 19: 39
      +1
      Well, at least the cartoon showed any kind. It's fashionable now.

      What for ? It hints at engineering tabs in EVERY electronic chip, in the central processor, in the motherboard chipset.
      I remind you - 15 years ago, they tried to launch a nuclear power plant in Iran, half a year of fruitless attempts, nothing worked. Siemens equipment did not start, and that's it - Siemens specialists themselves could not find the problem. So far, by chance, Belarusian programmers have not found a "worm" there, which blocked the operation of the equipment. After the elimination, everything worked like clockwork. Siemens for a long time washed itself from this scandal.
      In other words - all computers, smartphones, controllers with GPS sensors and other foreign electronics, at the X hour (the beginning of the war), you can just turn off here and that's it. Thus, paralyzing from 50 to 80% of our entire industry, and this without any bombing ...
      1. kytx
        kytx 27 September 2020 06: 59
        0
        This is a very clumsy story about stuxnet.
        staksnet by the way worked safely and disabled the Irsn uranium enrichment facilities
        And they couldn't fix anything there
        but it was made by a team of very cool specialists

        And the fact that there are bookmarks in complex equipment manufacturers have long been no longer hiding
        1. lucul
          lucul 27 September 2020 07: 44
          0
          This is a very clumsy story about stuxnet.

          I'm not special in this, I just reproduced the information from memory, without digging into the Internet)))
          1. kytx
            kytx 27 September 2020 08: 17
            +1
            This is a very interesting software package (you can't say otherwise)
            he infected the machine, then checked it for the presence of certain software and certain equipment connected to it, if the conditions did not match, then he spread further, and deleted himself from the infected machine without causing any harm
            If the conditions matched, then he sent certain commands to this equipment, thereby incapacitating it
            the Iranians did not even understand what actually went wrong
            The detection of this strange malware was announced almost simultaneously by the leading antivirus companies Kaspersky, McAfee and others.
            The extremely high professionalism of the developers was noted
            And it is clear that, in addition to it-schnikov, nuclear specialists familiar with the topic very well participated in its development
            Whose task is unknown
            1. lucul
              lucul 27 September 2020 10: 16
              -4
              The detection of this strange malware was announced almost simultaneously by the leading antivirus companies Kaspersky, McAfee and others.

              It was discovered by the first unknown Belarusian antivirus BlockAda.
              1. kytx
                kytx 27 September 2020 14: 37
                0
                I don’t want to lie for years
                but how is the Belarusian company sideways there? They do not have such opportunities purely technically. Unlike Casper, for example. The fact that Kaspersky works for specialists is also no secret.
                they then even shared the maps with the distribution areola
                I know that there are good specialists in the Republic of Bashkortostan, but it’s a different kind of commerce.


                Shl. Cons are not mine, I finally don’t put cons :)
    5. halpat
      halpat 26 September 2020 20: 04
      +2
      Quote: Leader of the Redskins
      Well, at least the cartoon showed any kind. It's fashionable now.

      he just didn't turn in front

      wassat

      smile
      that would be enough
    6. Boris ⁣ Shaver
      Boris ⁣ Shaver 26 September 2020 22: 15
      -1
      Quote: Leader of the Redskins
      Well, at least the cartoon showed any kind. It's fashionable now.

      When 90% of the country's information flows pass through the Anglo-Saxon "iron" with the help of Anglo-Saxon software, when the capital of such a country stores databases about its citizens (collected under the pretext of the coronavirus pandemic) on the servers of NATO countries, a military bloc owned by the Anglo-Saxons, when its real "iron" "No, and cannot be, by definition, there is nothing special to cover for such a country in the field of information security." Any Roskomnadzors there (unable to restrict the activities of a messenger that does not comply with the law on the territory of the country) and registers of authorized software (where software sold in three ways, hastily concocted from free open source software) is not even a sad joke, it is a complete failure ...
      And with the development of technologies, with their further implementation in all areas of our life - everything will only get worse for us in terms of security.
      1. Nikolay Ivanov_5
        Nikolay Ivanov_5 27 September 2020 18: 42
        -1
        Some nuclear power plant will detonate due to a cyberattack by the British, for example, in Russia, and nuclear missiles will fall in response to Great Britain.
  2. Starover_Z
    Starover_Z 26 September 2020 16: 18
    +1
    The military is currently working closely with the country's government communications center and in theory can "weaken, undermine and even destroy the key capabilities and infrastructure of those who harm us, from strategic to tactical."

    It's good that it is honestly written - in theory they can. But boasting is like drinking water!
    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 26 September 2020 18: 25
      -1
      Quote: Starover_Z
      It's good that it is honestly written - in theory they can. But boasting is like drinking water!

      You said it. And now mentally strain to understand where the programs and codes come from, crystal. By the way, if you send a blocker to my system, then invoices and children will not be printed ... kindergartens ... our all ..... kids will be left without delivery, hot food. It is clear that in this case, I keep on / ... secret / juices and chew. I do the distribution of products in the case of JV at 5. Calorie ... I know ..... there are no signs of life in the explored sector
    2. nickname7
      nickname7 26 September 2020 20: 42
      0
      Intel computers, in the north bridges, have a built-in intel management engine tab - an autonomous subsystem that can rummage in a computer and go online.
      1. Gato
        Gato 26 September 2020 22: 41
        +1
        Intel computers, in the north bridges have a built-in intel management engine <...> tab that can rummage in a computer and go online

        laughing
        And I thought, where did I get so many pornhub links in my cache? belay
        1. nickname7
          nickname7 11 October 2020 12: 18
          0
          And I thought, where did I get so many pornhub links in my cache?

          Here some argue that these overseas cyber troops are nonsense, meanwhile, the captain himself has a tab in his computer, the one who laughs last laughs.
  3. Teberii
    Teberii 26 September 2020 16: 20
    +2
    Even though the enemies were named, it's already good.
  4. Livonetc
    Livonetc 26 September 2020 16: 26
    10
    Cyber ​​weapons are nonsense.
    Attacks on certain systems using certain software are of course possible.
    But there is no independent "cyber weapon" that cannot be neutralized by a set of appropriate measures.
    Here "Hiley Likely" is really a weapon, and it is impossible to neutralize it with special measures.
    Only one radical effective method.
    Complete disregard for crap nonsense.
    1. Mikhail3
      Mikhail3 26 September 2020 16: 41
      +4
      You might think you have not seen documentaries when, after a dozen of keystrokes, enemy bases open all the doors, and reactors go wild. Hollywood releases hundreds of these films, everything is shown in detail there! It is useless to explain. Who knows, he knows, and who does not know, his brains are twisted into an unbreakable knot, there is no way to get through.
    2. NEXUS
      NEXUS 26 September 2020 16: 48
      0
      Quote: Livonetc
      Cyber ​​weapons are nonsense.

      No, for 15 years it hasn't been nonsense. Can I give you an example? SOCIAL NETWORKS! And what national security can we talk about if the sovereignty of citizens is not protected in any way? Where are the servers of Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, etc.?
      1. Boris ⁣ Shaver
        Boris ⁣ Shaver 27 September 2020 00: 26
        +3
        Quote: NEXUS
        Where are the servers for Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, etc.?

        This is no longer new. Even beaten, I would say. Phones today recognize owners by face (well, you are too lazy to enter a password when entering?). And of course, this person, like geolocation data, contacts, etc., is not transferred anywhere. And the latest trend is to independently collect information about our citizens (you never know, all of a sudden not everyone has phones with lmc recognition) and upload it to servers located in the most friendly countries to us. Like Tribals.
        This is exactly what Sobyanin did, preparing the database of everything and everyone (including license plates, registration addresses, etc., etc. - he even wanted to compile a database of citizens' faces in order to recognize these villains by their faces) to fine citizens during a pandemic, and perhaps not only. Only officials and security officials were outraged. They were promised not to be included in the databases. And as for ordinary Muscovites - let them endure "for the good" of their homeland.
        How much cooler is that?
        1. stalkerwalker
          stalkerwalker 27 September 2020 00: 35
          0
          Quote: Boris ⁣Razor
          the most friendly countries to us. Like Tribals.
          This is exactly what someone Sobyanin did, preparing the bases of everything and everyone

          Absolutely right...
          The desire to do the job right sometimes leads to more than strange results ...
          Although I do not think that the Moscow mayor did this deliberately. Rather from despair. Free server capacity is a separate topic. But it looks like there was an offer that was difficult to refuse.
          1. Zoldat_A
            Zoldat_A 27 September 2020 10: 22
            +2
            Quote: stalkerwalker
            Quote: Boris ⁣Razor
            the most friendly countries to us. Like Tribals.
            This is exactly what someone Sobyanin did, preparing the bases of everything and everyone

            Absolutely right...
            The desire to do the job right sometimes leads to more than strange results ...
            Although I don't think the Moscow mayor did it deliberately. Rather from despair. Free server capacity is a separate topic. But it looks like there was an offer that was difficult to refuse.
            Let someone tell me that Sobyanin AT LEAST FOR SOMETHING does not have enough money ... Is it difficult to put a couple of servers in the same Skolkovo? Expensive? Here is hopelessness, here is hopelessness ...

            It is time for Sobyanin to envy the black envy of the village of Glukhoman somewhere in the Krasnoyarsk Territory. There is enough money for everything - for salt, matches, and kerosene. Industrial production is confidently going uphill - mushrooms, berries and cones this year have collected 18,5% more than in the past ... Demographics rushing - Lizka the lame son was born from geologists ...

            And the limitrophes are always ready to make an offer for American money. Just as not all gold that glitters, so not everything is profitable that is cheap. Especially if IT'S American. That the servers there are American - I do not even doubt, because I do not remember the Tribaltika as an outstanding power in any way in terms of information technology. And what can the Tribalts do with this information? Another thing is to bend in front of the owner - the owner knows he needs ...
            1. stalkerwalker
              stalkerwalker 27 September 2020 10: 59
              0
              Quote: Zoldat_A
              Let someone tell me that Sobyanin AT LEAST FOR SOMETHING does not have enough money ... Is it difficult to put a couple of servers in the same Skolkovo? Expensive? Here is hopelessness, here is hopelessness

              I agree ... But it is unlikely that Sobyanin personally dealt with this issue ..
              Quote: Zoldat_A
              It's time for Sobyanin to envy the black envy of the village of Glukhoman somewhere in the Krasnoyarsk Territory

              No comment. Many countries will envy the modest budget of the provincial town of Moscow ... laughing
              Quote: Zoldat_A
              Demographics rushing - Lizka the lame son was born from geologists.

              So the geologists were at least good for something ...
              lol
              PS
              The personality of the mayor of Moscow, as a supporter of the liberal movement, is beyond doubt. Such money really doesn't smell.
          2. Boris ⁣ Shaver
            Boris ⁣ Shaver 27 September 2020 15: 15
            +1
            Quote: stalkerwalker
            Although I don't think the Moscow mayor did it deliberately

            There a scandal arose. In the end, the authorities assured that it was supposedly a trial version and all that. And when the scandal subsided, they launched a non-trial one on the same servers! This kind of action could not be unconscious.

            Quote: stalkerwalker
            it looks like there was an offer that was difficult to refuse.

            In-from. An offer that is difficult to refuse is already similar to our officials. Do you think they, accepting such offers, are in a state of passion, and therefore their actions can be interpreted as unconscious?))
    3. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 26 September 2020 18: 48
      -3
      Quote: Livonetc

      Livonetc (Gennady)
      Today, 16: 26
      NEW
      +1
      Cyber ​​weapons are nonsense.

      This is not nonsense I indicated my position above. And then, with logistics --- a three-day shock (or maybe more). Do you know how hospitals are set up for a war? That is why there are underground hospitals and parks. You never thought of why to evacuate a regular hospital in baht you also need a park, a forest grove.
    4. Antonio_Mariarti
      Antonio_Mariarti 26 September 2020 22: 40
      0
      Yeah, then, in 2007, the Estonian government went offline, I'm already silent about the recent hacking of Tweet-Mead, these are toys, the possibilities are simply huge, but most of them are influenced by the human factor - to bribe a person in the government, he sticks where it is necessary, and qq
    5. Boris ⁣ Shaver
      Boris ⁣ Shaver 27 September 2020 00: 48
      -1
      Quote: Livonetc
      there is no independent "cyber weapon" that cannot be neutralized by a set of appropriate measures

      Disconnection from SWIFT - how do you neutralize? I agree that cyber weapons in Hollywood films usually mean a little different things. But why not expand the term? Quite a cyber (works with information) and quite a weapon (capable of influencing processes that are critical for the state). Will such a shutdown pass without a trace for us, or will it bite out a notable piece in the country's GDP?
      1. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 27 September 2020 10: 31
        0
        Quote: Boris ⁣Razor
        Disconnection from SWIFT - how do you neutralize?

        I do not call to live with a torch and walk in bast shoes - don't get me wrong. I enjoy driving a good car, living in a big house, being the owner and CEO of a fairly large production. ...

        Under the USSR, our family did not have all this, but, nevertheless, everything that was needed for life (and even a little more) was.

        So, in this regard, the question - and how did we, poor people, live BEFORE joining SWIFT? And if now we are disconnected from it, then I will not be able to update my car in winter, and buy a Komatsu bulldozer next spring? Or I won't be able to pay with Mastercard at Magnet?
        1. Boris ⁣ Shaver
          Boris ⁣ Shaver 27 September 2020 12: 41
          +1
          Quote: Zoldat_A
          And if now we are disconnected from it, then I will not be able to update my car in winter, and buy a Komatsu bulldozer next spring? Or I won't be able to pay with Mastercard at Magnet?

          "Keep your money in a savings bank" (c)
          We will set up internal transfers pretty quickly, it was not for nothing that we first created an SPFS in 2014. With China, it’s true not so fast, but we will agree on something. Mind the closure of borders in the spring - when many production cycles stopped because they stopped importing goods from China (for example, a friend's sewing production stopped because everything from threads to fabrics came from there). If specifically in the above production is a different story, this does not mean that others will not experience these problems, which in turn will not affect tax collection, the budget and public sector employees, and ultimately the purchasing power of the population.

          But with China, etc. - that's nonsense. How will the same Gazprom receive payments from the countries of Europe? And if they, having disconnected us from the given system, do not want to create alternative systems with us? This money is an essential part of our treasury.

          I'm not saying this is the apocalypse. I say that this will have a significant impact on our economy. This means it is a weapon against us.
          1. Zoldat_A
            Zoldat_A 27 September 2020 13: 02
            +1
            Quote: Boris ⁣Razor
            I'm not saying this is the apocalypse. I say that it will hit our economy perceptibly.

            But you never know our economy experienced apocalypse over the past 30 years and more? And we will survive this.

            And what about renewing a car, buying a bulldozer, threads or fabrics - not only the buyer is so interested in buying, but also the seller, who also does not want to lose the market and the goods must be sold - as I understand it. And therefore, not like in times of total shortage, I will not look for a new car or a bulldozer - I just whistle what I want to buy - they themselves will overwhelm offers, sellers will find ways. Are there Polish apples in Magnit? Lukashenka supplied us with mozzarella, shrimps and avocado? And I won't be left without a bulldozer.

            I have production - construction, production and installation of metal structures. So I'm only slightly dependent on imports in the instrumental segment. Of the Russian tools - only wrenches and drills (still Soviet ones - for those who understand. On occasion, at the deceased plant, I bought almost an entire tool warehouse for the occasion), and for small orders for the brigades I bought Resant welding inverters (another question - how much they are Russian). But even in the most difficult times, there were no special problems with the equipment. The only thing is that sometimes it is twice or three times cheaper to send a car to Moscow for two or three boxes of some small things-components for one and a half thousand miles than to buy a car from us on the Volga.
            1. Boris ⁣ Shaver
              Boris ⁣ Shaver 27 September 2020 14: 51
              +1
              Quote: Zoldat_A
              But you never know our economy experienced apocalypse over the past 30 years and more?

              I will repeat myself. I am not suggesting that this "weapon" will certainly inflict mortal wounds on us. I submit that the injury will be serious. And this is just one example.
              And, realizing such opportunities of "partners", we must create instruments of counteraction. In the 14th they began to stir, but the enthusiasm quickly dried up. As a result, in this direction - one zilch. It is unacceptable to “bare the flanks,” arguing that there have been many surrounded battles in our history?
              We are again waiting for a roasted cock to bite us somewhere to start doing at least something. And the lag is already becoming critical.
              1. Zoldat_A
                Zoldat_A 27 September 2020 15: 34
                0
                Quote: Boris ⁣Razor
                We are again waiting for a roasted cock to bite us somewhere to start doing at least something. And the lag is already becoming critical.

                What always annoys me is our eternal
                Russians harness for a long time, but they go fast
                и
                Until the thunder strikes, the man will not cross himself.
                If I lived by these proverbs, then I would sweep the streets and not own a construction and production company, but a broom and a dirty apron. And you need to be able to harness quickly, how to disassemble and assemble an AK, and think about the risks in advance, and not when the fried bird bites into the sirloin.

                I didn’t wait for the virus to pass, the state would help other nishtyaks too - as a result, my profit for the company is still only 8% less than last year (we will tighten it by the end of the year), the people (both office and workers) have kept almost 100% , workers' wages rose by about 10%. And this despite the fact that several large objects were practically frozen for almost the entire season. It was just necessary to quickly navigate and change the strategy. At another time, I myself would have said about the "dispersion of forces", but now I have relied on small teams and small objects - they took any orders, up to country fences. And he did not lose.
            2. Boris ⁣ Shaver
              Boris ⁣ Shaver 27 September 2020 14: 58
              +1
              Quote: Zoldat_A
              I have production - construction, production and installation of metal structures.

              My business is specific services in the field of construction design, subsoil use, etc. The main asset is some unique techniques and technologies. I don't depend on imports / exports at all. I don't even need Russian-Chinese welding machines. Nevertheless, I feel any deterioration in the economic situation in the country through the solvency of my customers, who depend on import / export (especially the extractive industry).
  5. RVAPatriot
    RVAPatriot 26 September 2020 16: 26
    +1
    How so, and in fact shouted that white and fluffy ???
  6. rocket757
    rocket757 26 September 2020 16: 27
    +3
    Call the viral program, some kind of new weapon !!!
    It looks like you can add generals to the British scientists.
    1. NEXUS
      NEXUS 26 September 2020 16: 49
      -4
      Quote: rocket757
      Call the viral program, some kind of new weapon !!!
      It looks like you can add generals to the British scientists.

      I can easily name one of the many such prog-tick current, for example. Servers where is this application and to whom are they subordinate? RF? Fuck was lying there.
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 26 September 2020 17: 02
        +2
        There is enough harmful "garbage" on the network. Any level.
        Simply, there is nothing new in the problem.
        This is how it is solved on the ground, there is nothing to talk about ... passive defense! And it will always be so, until the state undertakes to change all this radically.
        1. NEXUS
          NEXUS 26 September 2020 17: 05
          -3
          Quote: rocket757
          There is enough harmful "garbage" on the network. Any level.

          Aha ... but only you and your family use this "garbage" every day. Answer me, where are the servers that ensure the operation of at least this site, VO?
          1. rocket757
            rocket757 26 September 2020 17: 10
            +2
            Everyone uses what IS.
            Only very serious structures can stir up something of their own ...
            And the servers can be located anywhere, a purely commercial, consumer attitude makes us vulnerable.
          2. Horon
            Horon 26 September 2020 17: 15
            +2
            This site has a Russian registration, but this truth also does not say anything yet.
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                    1. NEXUS
                      NEXUS 26 September 2020 19: 03
                      0
                      Quote: Nastia Makarova
                      do not take your smartphone with you to these places)))))

                      Here most of the citizens sin this)
                      1. Nastia makarova
                        Nastia makarova 26 September 2020 19: 05
                        -2
                        hurray!))) now no one will know
                      2. NEXUS
                        NEXUS 26 September 2020 19: 06
                        -2
                        Quote: Nastia Makarova
                        hurray!))) now no one will know

                        And your dear and beloved smartphone lies on the bedside table when you sleep or not?)) You rejoice early. Google and not only it has compromising evidence on everyone on three volumes "War and Peace" fellow
                      3. Nastia makarova
                        Nastia makarova 26 September 2020 19: 09
                        -4
                        usually on charge at night but not nearby, but in the same room
                      4. NEXUS
                        NEXUS 26 September 2020 19: 10
                        -3
                        Quote: Nastia Makarova
                        usually on charge at night but not nearby, but in the same room

                        Do you receive a notice of salary and purchases on your mobile? Look carefully what programs are installed on your smartphone, as well as the manufacturer of this very smartphone ... yeah ...
                      5. Nastia makarova
                        Nastia makarova 27 September 2020 07: 00
                        -3
                        no, I turned off these notifications, phone noavey, but I agree that a lot of information is being sent
  • cniza
    cniza 26 September 2020 17: 44
    +5
    Quote: rocket757
    Call the viral program, some kind of new weapon !!!
    It looks like you can add generals to the British scientists.


    So already not only generals, but also politicians ...
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 26 September 2020 17: 52
      +1
      Quote: cniza
      Quote: rocket757
      Call the viral program, some kind of new weapon !!!
      It looks like you can add generals to the British scientists.


      So already not only generals, but also politicians ...

      This is yes. Hoping the mayor of London has distinguished himself!
      They have not yet started having fun, but give a time, for such a zealous "cook", the porridge certified by him must have splashed out, give a time!
      1. cniza
        cniza 26 September 2020 18: 09
        +4
        Uh-huh, they'll get it in full ...
        1. rocket757
          rocket757 26 September 2020 20: 43
          +1
          I wish no one harm, but there are some who have especially distinguished themselves, DESERVED!
          1. cniza
            cniza 26 September 2020 20: 46
            +2
            We never wished anyone any harm and always offered to come to an agreement, but for those who are especially stubborn we have a tool.
    2. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 27 September 2020 11: 50
      +1
      Quote: cniza
      Quote: rocket757
      Call the viral program, some kind of new weapon !!!
      It looks like you can add generals to the British scientists.


      So already not only generals, but also politicians ...

      The expression "in the opinion of British scientists ..." expands significantly in meaning. It takes a shock, as you think, what the brand "British scientists" in alliance with generals and politicians can think of.

      For example
      British scientists have counted about 100 extraterrestrial civilizations.
      Well, now, the unfortunate highly moral naglo-Saxons, who bring the world exclusively development and democracy, also "democratize" 100 extraterrestrial civilizations? Do they, civilizations, have oil, gas or diamonds? Do they border on Russia and are ready for outrageous Russophobia? Otherwise, "democratization" will not work, the naglo-Saxons will lose interest in them.
  • Mikhail3
    Mikhail3 26 September 2020 16: 38
    +3
    The general was shown the hacking of another PC on someone's base. The poor fellow was terribly excited) I wonder if he himself can rename the file? With your own hands? Oh, my heart can feel it, it is unlikely ...
  • evgen1221
    evgen1221 26 September 2020 17: 00
    +2
    Britain's strict moral and ethical rules - Everything .... oh and we are saints! (Short summary)
  • fn34440
    fn34440 26 September 2020 17: 15
    +1
    No cyber weapon will help Great Britain in the creeping Islamization, Africanization, Krishnaization and Chinatownization of this island state.
    A matter of several decades.
    The peoples of the former colonies captured by Great Britain will be honored ....... Indians and Pakistanis, for sure! In China, already, one billion, 455 million people are not enough for everyone.
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 27 September 2020 11: 58
      0
      Quote: fn34440
      No cyber weapon will help Great Britain in the creeping Islamization, Africanization, Krishnaization and Chinatownization of this island state.
      A matter of several decades.

      What a cyber weapon here! Soon, by the decision of the Supreme Court of Great Britain, hands will be chopped and stoned.
      Over the past 15 years, 423 mosques have been opened in the UK and about 500 churches closed, and this trend will only intensify in the coming years.

      More than 100 Sharia courts are already operating in the country and their number is expected to increase significantly in the near future.
      At Queen Mary High School (a branch of the University of London), women must enter classrooms using a separate entrance and are not allowed to ask questions of teachers.

      “London is now a more Islamic city than the capitals of many Muslim countries,” says Syed Raz Rizvi, one of the Sharia law evangelists who are now actively transforming the capital of the United Kingdom into a “halal” city.
      Still, in comparison with London, Sheffield, Birmingham, Moscow is still far from "Moskvabad", as some would like ...
  • mark2
    mark2 26 September 2020 17: 17
    +3
    Great Britain has developed cyber weapons capable of disabling power systems and other infrastructure of enemy states

    This is if there are control systems in the enemy's energy system, which are controlled via the Internet. If there are none, then hackers will not help
    The general stressed that Moscow constantly interferes in democratic processes and elections around the world,

    The whole world already? They repeat this mantra so that the local plebs are ready, that their rulers were able to unleash a war for the reason they themselves invented. By the beginning of the war, no one will remember how it all began. Everyone will sacredly believe that it was so.
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 27 September 2020 12: 03
      0
      Quote: mark2
      The whole world already? They repeat this mantra so that the local plebs are readythat their rulers were able to start a war for the reason that they themselves came up with.

      It’s not even a matter of war. In the desire to cover your constantly and inappropriately exposed ass.

      Whatever happens - "Moscow interferes." And they wrote off their mistakes, and in society, patriotism and righteous anger at the world "interfering everywhere and in everything" is growing. Everybody is good. "Aloha-aloha", damn it ...
  • 7,62h54
    7,62h54 26 September 2020 17: 21
    +4
    "... British hacking is carried out within the framework of" strict legal and ethical standards "
    A kind of corsairs with a royal charter
    1. cniza
      cniza 26 September 2020 17: 43
      +3
      This is their eternal arrogance, only then they cry ...
  • fn34440
    fn34440 26 September 2020 17: 36
    +2
    Judging by the series about James Bond, the reference agent of MI6, with the "right to kill" MI6 constantly interferes in democratic processes and elections around the world, Great Britain steals intellectual property, the British support terrorists.
    There are plenty of examples from the "Human Rights Observatory" in London, theatrical performances by curated and trained artists from the "White Helmets", interference in the US elections, the last shnyaga with the poisoning of Navalny by an English citizen and sexot Maria Pevchikh.
    1. cniza
      cniza 26 September 2020 17: 42
      +5
      "Whoever hurts about that and says" - give themselves away ...
  • cniza
    cniza 26 September 2020 17: 41
    +4
    Sanders stressed that British hacking is carried out within the framework of "strict legal and ethical standards."


    We know your norms are when you can, and when it is not legal for you, that's all ...
  • Rage66
    Rage66 26 September 2020 19: 06
    +2
    The weapon is called #vovsedyrkinovichok
  • APASUS
    APASUS 26 September 2020 20: 02
    +2
    (...) an average of 60 serious cyber attacks are carried out against the British military every day, requiring specialist intervention
    - said Sanders, adding that the attacks are carried out both by individuals and entire countries, such as Russia, China, Iran and North Korea.
    The general stressed that Moscow constantly interferes in democratic processes and elections around the world, China steals intellectual property, and Tehran supports terrorists.

    They make poor lambs of themselves. When they support outright thugs around the world with the Americans, they always forget. And of course, where without the clichés Iran is a terrorist, Russians are invaders, China is a spy.
  • Sergst
    Sergst 26 September 2020 20: 04
    +1
    Quote: NEXUS
    ... Do you naively think that Google knows nothing about you and your family? Believe me, he even knows how many times you run to the toilet.

    Exactly how does he know?
    1. rotfuks
      rotfuks 26 September 2020 21: 18
      +2
      Everything is simple here. The control of running to the toilet is associated with the activities of Google fans. Every gulga fan undertakes to install a faeces discharge sensor for a neighbor in his house or apartment. And regularly monitor the process of dumping feces. For the services rendered, Google rewards the counter installer with bonuses or free services.
  • rotfuks
    rotfuks 26 September 2020 20: 58
    +2
    In fact, Britain has invented a unique weapon for hybrid warfare. The weapon is called "HYLEYLIKLEY". This is when a high-ranking statesman carries anything from a high rostrum. And the surrounding audience obsequiously assent to him. Neither arguments nor facts are required in the case of highlike. Everyone should believe the person who applied the highlike to their word. And perhaps not even the British came up with this unique weapon. One can also recall an earlier shaking from a high rostrum with a test tube with a mysterious powder. No arguments and facts were required from the test tube shaker. As recent events show, Germany has also mastered the highlighter technology. This is me about the current Bundeskanzler and Navalny.
  • BAI
    BAI 26 September 2020 21: 06
    +1
    British hacking is carried out under "strict legal and ethical standards."

    So the British hackers are good and the rest are not? Can English hackers be knighted like pirates in their time? By the way, what legal provisions regulate the activities of hackers? Need to get a hacking license or patent?
  • Gato
    Gato 26 September 2020 22: 21
    +2
    It’s interesting, but really someone seriously believes that it is technically possible to turn off a nuclear power plant or an air defense system via the Internet?
    Why do you think Google is following you? Builds up huge amounts of money just to find out how many times you go to the latrine? Yes, just in order to sell you an advertisement for a laxative.
    1. Antonio_Mariarti
      Antonio_Mariarti 26 September 2020 22: 44
      0
      There is no Internet, but in Iran, because of the program, a centrifuge was banged, and thus the Iranians were thrown back in the creation of nuclear weapons for decades.
  • Gato
    Gato 26 September 2020 22: 33
    0
    All these fables about super cyber weapons and brilliant hackers are nothing more than urban legends. Intelligence agencies have long been using them to cover up the most commonplace undercover sources.
  • ork_333
    ork_333 26 September 2020 23: 01
    +2
    Well, the roles have been assigned: some decide the elections, others steal, and still others support. Everything is Feng Shui. Scarecrows Britovskie. It’s not even funny, but scary for the mental state of people in the world.
  • Arabfun
    Arabfun 26 September 2020 23: 21
    +2
    Brexit and pressure on the EU included in the option?
  • Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 27 September 2020 00: 02
    +1
    Well, the fact that Russia is interfering in the democratic processes of other countries around the world is unsubstantiated. And the fact that small Britain, beginning long before the onset of the Middle Ages, had already begun to exploit and colonize other continents, and also to participate in conspiracies against states within these countries and to carry out coups, which it is doing to this day, while meanly nasty, and blaming Russia for this and other countries, In addition, the representative of the United Kingdom, stating that ".......
    The UK is the "leading full-spectrum cyber force" capable of both defending against hacker attacks and carrying out cyberattacks. "Confirms that it is the Anglo-Saxons who are cyberattack criminals with their own capabilities.
  • aszzz888
    aszzz888 27 September 2020 01: 24
    +1
    Sanders said, adding that the attacks are carried out by individuals and entire countries such as Russia, China, Iran and North Korea.
    Eeeeee, nothing new! At least for intrigue, I brought the Merikatos, or something! laughing
  • Whirlwind
    Whirlwind 27 September 2020 12: 49
    0
    The Naglo-Saxons are all trying to turn us off with the push of one button. They won't calm down until they turn it off ...