Ben Makuch

terrorism

Neo-Nazi Terrorism Is Evolving Online

The far-right is taking another tip from ISIS by using internet savvy and encrypted networks to spread propaganda, recruit new members, and ultimately orchestrate terrorism.
Ben Makuch
10.10.19
rideshare apps

Lyft and Uber Are Having a Terrible, Awful, No-Good Time

Rideshares were once the darlings of Wall Street, but now they’re being exposed.
Ben Makuch
10.4.19
Far-Right Extremism

New Video May Signal Dangerous Change For Neo-Nazi Terror Cell

A new propaganda video showcases Atomwaffen’s "intention to enter a new violent phase,” says an expert.
Mack Lamoureux
Ben Makuch
10.2.19
Tech news

Neo-Nazis Are Glorifying Osama Bin Laden

A new wave of neo-Nazi propaganda glorifies and pulls from ISIS and al Qaeda, illustrating how the terror groups have some shared priorities.
Ben Makuch
Mack Lamoureux
9.17.19
crime

RCMP Intelligence Director Charged Under National Secrets Act

Cameron Ortis is a senior member of the Ottawa-based National Security Criminal Investigations unit of the RCMP and faces five charges.
Ben Makuch
Mack Lamoureux
9.13.19
Canadian Far Right Extremism

Police Warn that Accused Neo-Nazi Canadian Soldier Could Have Fled to U.S.

Police in Minnesota warn that Patrik Mathews may be in the state, which is believed to have an active cell of The Base, the terror group he is alleged to be a part of.
Ben Makuch
Mack Lamoureux
9.6.19
Hacking

The Cyberwar In Yemen

The kinetic war rages, but the Yemeni people have also been casualty to a silent war: one that’s online.
Ben Makuch
9.6.19
Election Hacking

American Voting Systems Were Left Online

Our Kim Zetter broke the news that US voting systems, some in key swing states, are actually online and very hackable. 
Ben Makuch
8.22.19
Far-Right Extremism

New Paramilitary Training Video Emerges of Neo-Nazi Terror Group

The footage comes as an alleged member of The Base was outed as a soldier in the Canadian military.
Mack Lamoureux
Ben Makuch
8.20.19
def con

We Asked Def Con Attendees Why People Are Still Getting Hacked

The cybersecurity industry is worth billions of dollars, and tens of thousands of people attend Black Hat and Def Con every year. So, are we getting any safer?
Samantha Cole
Lorenzo Franceshi-Bicchierai
Joseph Cox
Ben Makuch
8.16.19
extremism

International Neo-Nazi Extremist Group Claims Prior Knowledge of Vegas Bomb Plot

Feuerkrieg Division claims it offered help to the Las Vegas neo-Nazi who stockpiled bomb making materials to attack the LGBTQ and Jewish community.
Ben Makuch
Mack Lamoureux
8.16.19
Hacking

Inside Def Con: World's Biggest Hacker Gathering

Whatever this massive hacker-party-turned-industry-extravaganza has become, this week host Ben Makuch descended on Las Vegas to see what Def Con is all about in 2019.
Ben Makuch
8.16.19
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