Russia Seen As Safe Haven For Cyber Crime Following Pipeline Hack | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC 1

Russia Seen As Safe Haven For Cyber Crime Following Pipeline Hack | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

 

Nicole Perlroth, cybersecurity reporter for the New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about what is known about the cybercriminal group that hacked the Colonial Pipeline Company, and the peculiar relationship between many criminal hacker groups and the Russian government.
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51 comments

  1. Speaking of online mysteries, whatever happened to that Q thing? Is the Storm still coming? Seems like it’s been awfully quiet since that whole “t’rump is still president” thing didn’t pan out.

    1. @Greg Orchard you sure about Gaetz? Hate to think people repeating info without investigating.

    2. @R Smith So, there has been no court case confirming the stolen election. You don’t believe it happened, then?

    1. @Rins K well problem is China got us by the balls and we kinda rely on China for most things to be produced because you know companies always outsource their labor to China so they can pay less.

  2. “Server has no host”…you no pay xfinity bill, you no hack! Turn off the switch until they can ‘police’ themselves to be proven safe.

    1. @rob smith I learned from online games, so not very high. and of course I tried to read the excellent Byron in the original. But i know that my sentences understand everybody, because a person with a clear logic is understandable to everyone

    2. @rob smith antifa leftist troll everywhere cannot imagine how you would react to sunlight

  3. When’s the counter attack coming?Old saying..Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.

    1. @Master Elight Was around in the 1600’s! Just found that out.Didn’t realise it was that old

    2. @Marc Milton-Talbot a more frequently used idiom is “what’s good for the goose is good for the gander”

  4. Putin really shat the bed this time. He needs to give the order for Darkside to stop this, today! Or be sanctioned personally. No crime outfit gets that big in Russia without Putin’s say so. He owns them!

  5. why not hook up all nuclear missiles to the internet? would save a lot of money and personel if you can launch them with an app on your smartphone. i mean what could go wrong?

  6. I don’t really know anything about Cyber Security. But couldn’t the Pipe line people go back to Analog, or manual controls rather than digital to run things?

  7. Nicole hit the nail on the head when she said Putin is enabling it – if Putin didn’t allow it, he’d “Alexi Navalny” the lot of ’em.

    1. “Alexi Navalny”… you mean to smear the world’s deadliest nerve-agent in someone’s underwear, just to see the target survive?

  8. We made it safe for them. We hav no one to blame but ourselves. It started before Trump but he opened the door and invited them in.

  9. Russia’s government uses these criminal groups (hackers) just like they use organize crime leaders to carry on with putin’s agenda.

  10. Why is it that whenever something happen we try and blame Russia. I’m pretty sure Russia has its own problems to deal with then mess with us. Especially with something this petty.

    1. I think when anything happens bad to a democrat it’s Putin when it happens bad to a Republican it’s China. What I think is really we just screw ourselves over with incompetent people in the FBI, CIA, and NSA focusing way too much on their own citizens and not enough on reality.

  11. We know this happens. It keeps happening. Over and over again. So, why the FK can’t we stop it?

  12. People will definitely be kicking themselves in regret for missing the opportunity to buy and invest in cryptocurrency

    1. @James Raymond assurance that have made me invest without the fear of losing, I got four of my friends involved with him already

    2. I’m from the UK I and my colleagues gave him a try and it has been good returns of our investment, Thank you Henry Brown trades

  13. Woops, another Biden Blunder. Perhaps he may want to reopen the Alaskan Pipeline and put all those 12,000 workers back in business. Is this another one of those fake Russian Conspiracy Hoaxes like we’ve been hearing from MSNBC and CNN for the last 4+ years. We like to blame everything on Russia even when it’s not true.

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