November 29, 2021
The Greek Navy has been hacked by Iranian hackers Researchers security IBM recently discovered leaked videos will, with hackers showing the techniques they use to hack accounts and systems their potential victims.
It seems bitcoin has come out swinging against fiat currency — as one of the world’s largest fiat currency exchanges is offline due to a software virus. UK currency exchange site Travelex may be subject to ransom demands to get back online and protect its customers’ data; the attackers are demanding a six-figure ransom to be paid in bitcoin, according to Computer Weekly.
United States secret service NSA for years abused a cooperation agreement with Denmark to spy on allies in Europe, including the Netherlands, Danish public broadcaster DR reported based on reports from a whistleblower and confirmation from various sources. 
The U.S. nuclear weapons agency and at least three states were hacked as part of a suspected Russian cyber-attack that struck a number of federal government agencies, according to people with knowledge of the matter, indicating widening reach of one of the biggest cybersecurity breaches in recent memory.
An independent UN investigator has criticised the British government’s decision to host a surveillance company whose technology is allegedly used by repressive regimes to intercept the private messages of journalists and human rights activists.
Over the years, more and more advanced cyber threats appear. Many times state hackers do cyber attacks, with the ultimate goal of gaining their countries. But where do they focus more on their attacks? Now, government hackers are focusing more on stealing credentials than stealing money. But why is this happening?