IMSI catcher: Eavesdropping Equipment Sucks All Data Off Your Phone

Source: Newsweek Call it the “IMSI catcher” war, with the acronym standing for International Mobile Subscriber Identity. Every device that communicates with a cell tower—mobile phone, smartphone or tablet—has one. What StingRay (manufactured by Florida-based Harris Corp.) and its competitors… Continue Reading

Guyana and the rest of the Caribbean in the grip of China’s cyber army

Source: Caribbean News Now  Writing on Wednesday in the Epoch Times, a privately held news media company with an emphasis on coverage of China, author Dennis Adonis claims that China’s dangerous cyber army has a firm grip on Guyana and… Continue Reading

Russia has intensified its espionage efforts in Sweden to include war preparations, Swedish security service Säpo

Source: Local.se Russia has intensified its espionage efforts in Sweden to include war preparations, Swedish security service Säpo warned on Monday.  “The most serious threat we see right now is war preparations,” Säpo chief counter-intelligence analyst Wilhelm Unge said at a… Continue Reading

Foreign spies ‘highly’ interested in Canada’s nuclear and military secrets

Source: National Post Espionage may be worse than it has ever been, with foreign spies showing particular interest in Canada’s nuclear, aerospace and oil and gas sectors, the country’s top intelligence officer said in a report tabled in Parliament on… Continue Reading

Listening post revealed on Cocos Islands

            Source: canberra times Australia’s electronic spy agency is intercepting Indonesian naval and military communications through a secret radio listening post on the remote Cocos Islands. According to former defence officials, the Defence Signals Directorate… Continue Reading

MI6 still active in Hong Kong, say pro-Beijing media

Source: Want China Times The British government continues to be heavily involved in espionage activities in Hong Kong 16 years after the territory was returned to China, according to allegations published in local pro-Beijing newspapers on Monday. The controversial claims… Continue Reading