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Transnational Crime: Rats launch Spora ransomware. Is Daesh behind it?

Transnational Crime: Rats launch Spora ransomware. Is Daesh behind it?

Nowadays, ransomware has become the most dangerous type of criminal malware. Most of the new families are prepared by amateurs (script-kiddies) and they are distributed on a small scale. Inside…

Nigeria´s second city of Kano under Boko Haram constant terrorist attack.

Nigeria´s second city of Kano under Boko Haram constant terrorist attack.

KANO, NIGERIA:  At least 13 students and teachers were killed and 34 injured on Wednesday as a gun battle broke out between police and suspected Boko Haram suicide bombers in Nigeria’s…

Nigeria for more Army recruitment to fight Boko Haram.

Nigeria for more Army recruitment to fight Boko Haram.

The Nigerian  Government has given  the armed forces and other security agencies the order  to embark on mass recruitment  to the war against terrorism in the country, starting in May.…

European Union´s “country building” mission in Mali.

European Union´s  “country building” mission in Mali.

19.04.14. MALI.- The EU -European Union- agreed last  Tuesday to send civilian advisers to train and advise Mali’s police while also extending by two years a mission to train the…

Africa’s Information Revolution: Implications for Crime, Policing, and Citizen Security

Africa’s Information Revolution: Implications for Crime, Policing, and Citizen Security

    Steven Livingston, associate researcher of the Africa Center for Strategic Studies, wrote in its November 2013 edition about “Africa’s Information Revolution: Implications for Crime, Policing, and Citizen Security”.…

South Sudan in political turmoil.

South Sudan in political turmoil.

  In an article published by SudanTribune (pro government) , the South Sudan’s National Police Service said the country’s security situation is under control, calling citizens to distance themselves from…

South Africa: President Zuma reduce jail overcrowding from 34% to 20%, by releasing 35,000 offenders, starting May.

South Africa: President Zuma reduce jail overcrowding from 34% to 20%, by releasing 35,000 offenders, starting May.

Saturday, Pretoria.- Around 35 400 criminals could be released, depending on an assessment, after President Jacob Zuma announced a special remission of sentence, Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa said. “The special…

Spanish Government plans to criminalise riots.

Spanish Government plans to criminalise riots.

Spain is planning new laws against street protests by regulating the use of social networking. The Spanish Interior Minister, Jorge Fernandez Diaz, has announced a reform of the penal code…

U.K.´s MPS [Metropolitan Police] communication systems have not been breached and remain secure. Two teens arrested.

U.K.´s MPS [Metropolitan Police] communication systems have not been breached and remain secure. Two teens arrested.

London – British police on Thursday arrested two teenage boys in connection with the release of recorded conversations between staff on the country’s anti-terrorist hotline. Hacking group TeamPoison uploaded a…

Yesterday Home Office´s website, today hackers allegedly hijacked Scotland Yard´s anti terror hotline.

Yesterday Home Office´s website, today hackers allegedly hijacked Scotland Yard´s anti terror hotline.

London.- In a major security breach of British antiterrorism efforts, hackers bypass Scotland Yard´s technology to record anti terrorist conversations. The hacker group likes to be named as “Teampoison” and…

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