Sept. 17, 2023, 12:42 a.m. | DEFCONConference


In March 2023, journalists and investigators released analysis of “the Vulkan files.” Consisting of documents associated with a Russian company working with intelligence and military authorities, the papers revealed a variety of ambitious programs such as “Scan-V” and“Amezit.” Both programs, in the sense that they offer capabilities to acquire, maintain, and task infrastructure for cyber and information operations at scale, are deeply concerning, indicating a significant advancement in Russian-linked network warfare and related actions.

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