Pierluigi Paganini January 20, 2020
NATO will send a counter-hybrid team to Montenegro to face Russia’s threat

The Chairman of the NATO Military Committee announced that the alliance has sent a counter-hybrid team to Montenegro to face Russian hybrid attacks. Last week in Brussels, the Chairman of the NATO Military Committee (MC), Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, announced the effort of the Alliance in facing Russian hybrid attacks. The term “Hybrid warfare” refers to […]

Pierluigi Paganini July 28, 2014
Satellite images demonstrate that Ukraine is hit by pro-Russian troops across the border

The US Ambassador in Ukraine has released satellite images that prove Russia is firing rockets at Ukrainian troops across the border. The US State Department has released a collection of satellite images, via the ambassador in Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt,  that demonstrate that the Russian Army is firing rockets against Ukrainian troops located across the border. […]

Pierluigi Paganini January 06, 2014
French satellites sold to UAE may contain backdoored components

UAE wants terminate a contract with French companies for the supply of two Falcon Eye spy satellites due the presence of security compromising components. United Arab Emirates could cancel a contract with Frence for the supply of  two intelligence satellites due the discovery of what was described as “security compromising components.” The UAE claims it […]

Pierluigi Paganini December 31, 2013

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Pierluigi Paganini June 24, 2012
Cyber war, the strategic importance of the defense

I was reading an interesting article on the cyber wars I was attracted by the comparison of Stuxnet to the first nuclear bomb detonated at a site nicknamed Trinity in the barren Jornada del Muerto desert of New Mexico on  July 16, 1945. Although the comparison must be done with the proper proportions, it summarizes […]

Pierluigi Paganini June 16, 2012
The malware factory

Article Published on The Hacker New Magazine – June Edition “Malware” With the term malware we refer a heterogeneous family of malicious software designed with the purpose to disrupt computer operation, gather sensitive information, or gain unauthorized access to victims systems. With the term we indicate in fact several types of malicious code such as computer […]

Pierluigi Paganini June 12, 2012
Flame and Stuxnet, the union is strength

During the Global Media and Technology Summit Eugene Kaspersky, CEO of Kaspersky Lab, revealed to the Reuters agency that the team of experts of his company has found strong similarities between part of the Flame source code and a 2009 version of Stuxnet. The news is really surprising, the analogies demonstrate that behind the development […]

Pierluigi Paganini June 04, 2012
Plan X, new lymph to US cyber warfare capabilities

Recent events have demonstrated the strategic importance of the cyber strategy the needs to chair the cyber space, many experts sustains that the cyber war era is just begun, due this reason the Pentagon is involving the private companies, universities and even computer-game companies to develop technologies to improve its cyber warfare capabilities. Events such […]

Pierluigi Paganini May 30, 2012
Flame malware, from genesis to the plot theory

In this article I desire to discuss about many personal doubts and beliefs regarding the Flame malware, first my idea that we are facing with a new powerful cyber weapon. In the same hours  the Iranian Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination CenterLab,   CrySyS Lab and Kaspersky Lab have published news regarding the new malware that […]

Pierluigi Paganini May 21, 2012
US vc China. Is cyber warfare gap increasing?

The Chinese offensive capabilities in cyberspace in this period are, more than ever, subject of great interest from the international community that fears the rise of China‘s technological colossus. In recent days a summit had placed in front of U.S. and China with the aim of promoting mutual cooperation to restore equilibrium in cyberspace. Many […]