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New Report Highlights Aglaya’s Connection with Dark Matter

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Web-based technologies have become crucial in spreading disinformation. A month after the EU DisinfoLab brought into light the wide-scale pro-India disinformation campaign that harmed Pakistan’s integrity, another similar report has been published. While the DisinfoLab’s report – Indian Chronicles – dove deep into the vast 15-year global operation, and named several individuals and registered-website domains with several untraceable and unidentifiable

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Indian Chronicles exposes Srivastava Group’s pro-India Campaigns

In the process of unearthing increasing social disinformation campaigns doing the rounds, EU DisinfoLab, a non-profit organisation designed to track and reveal covert activities, has yet again highlighted the Srivastava Group (SG) of India in a recently-published report. ‘Indian Chronicles’ dove deep into a vast 15-year global operation, where several pro-India disinformation campaigns, launched by firms like Srivastava Group, targeted

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India Hones Offensive Cyber Capabilities via Public-Private Partnership Model

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The technological developments in Asian nations are bringing changes in the conventional security and warfare methods. All the countries are heavily opting for cyber technologies, products and coercive tactics to have leverage over other nations. China is investing heavily in technologies, the US and Taiwan have a history of using coercive tactics (information warfare and cyberattacks) and likewise many countries

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PAKISTAN RUNS A TWITTER DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGN TO SPREAD ANTI-INDIA FAKE NEWS

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In the wake of advanced technological evolution, Twitter became the most recognisable names in the contemporary tech. But, with the growing popularity comes the drawbacks. The large-scale disinformation campaigns run by several countries on Twitter have waged war-like situations. The India-Pakistan conflict that goes back to 1947, is one example in which Twitter disinformation campaigns have heightened the intensity of

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Hybrid Warfare: Indian APT Groups Building Large-Scale Phishing Campaigns

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As the unconventional methods of a multi-domain warfighting approach have been growing in the name of hybrid warfare, India is now sparing no efforts in targeting the domestic fault lines that encompass the political, social, economic, and religious factors. Several Indian APT groups have now sped up collaboration on and executing scams, fraud, and large-scale targeted phishing campaigns to counter

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Resurrection of Non-State Actors Can Help India Win the Information Warfare Battle

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Information warfare has become an important aspect in the present world. Both the state and non-state actors have been drawn towards the distinct form of conflict. Information superiority is achieved either by affecting the adversary information, information systems, and computer-based networks while defending one’s information, systems, or networks. Developed countries like the US, Russia, China, etc. have called information warfare

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Indian Cyber Operations Outperforms Pakistani Cyber Warfare Skills

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The cyberspace has become an important frontier in the fifth-generation warfare. This nature has increased cyber-conflict threefold and opting out is not an option anymore. Modern societies have become highly dependent on cyberspace and the only difference lies in the potential universe of “adversaries”, the ability to anticipate the attack and to immediately assemble a counterattack. Since everything is networked,

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Twitter into Action, amid Indian Farmers Protest that Allegedly Instigated Anti-India Agenda

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Twitter has been doing a good job in blocking hate symbols, abusive behaviour, detecting unhealthy or unsafe communication on its platform that violates privacy and manipulates authenticity to fool masses. It has tried to advance its detection ability and has banned accounts that chose not to abide by its policies. But the bigger question is how helpful has it been

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Can India Counter Chinese Cyber Warfare with its Offensive Cyber Operations?

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The revelations of the Mumbai power outage of October 2020, which left the railways, stock market, hospitals, and a population of 20-million in Mumbai high and dry for several hours, has raised questions of whether India could counter Chinese cyber warfare in the future. Today cyber power has become a part of the country’s strength. The cases of espionage, cyber

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