Kevin McSheehan discovered that the CIA's link for informants was bugged on X, leaving the door open for a malicious actor to impersonate the agency.
Bloodied Macbooks and Stacks of Cash: Inside the Increasingly Violent Discord Servers Where Kids Flaunt Their Crimes
I spent weeks immersed in the world of the Comm, a nebulous community of young hackers, aggressive criminals, and people just hanging out on Discord.
Court records and Telegram message reveal the FBI's investigation into a cybercrime gang called "the Comm" and a subgroup named "ACG." Members are allegedly linked to a nationwide wave of swattings that targeted schools and universities.
Prices are falling on the messaging app's drug markets despite inflation and record seizures.
“None of this will stop unless there is blood in the streets,” one Trump supporter wrote on a message board.
The gunman who killed two people at an LGBTQ club in Bratislava likely had help from Terrorgram, according to a report shared with VICE News.
“I have been applying Ivermectin liquid to my granddaughter’s feet, belly button, and swabbing her ears for six weeks now. She complains of sporadic blurry vision and sometimes headaches.”
QAnon Queen of Canada Romana Didulo uses Telegram to speak with her followers and raise money. This week, the platform decided to label her “fake.”
Danny Lemoi took a daily dose of veterinary-grade ivermectin and told his thousands of followers to give the drug to children. He died of a common side effect of the medication.
The so-called QAnon Queen of Canada, Romana Didulo, issued a notice to her Telegram followers about “migrant caravans” and to “shoot them [on] site.”
“The Lawrences knew everyone, and everyone knew them,” one town resident said about the couple that started the neo-Nazi homeschool network in Ohio.
They are investigating a group that advocates white supremacist ideologies with the aim to make sure the children they teach “become wonderful Nazis.”