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Monday, April 12, 2021

The Pentagon reportedly published cartoons depicting Russian hackers as silly bears in order to infuriate them | Task & Purpose

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The Department of Defense’s Cyber Command posted cartoons and illustrations that appear to mock foreign hackers. They intentionally created these cartoons not only to bring public awareness but also to infuriate cybercriminals. One illustration depicts the cybercriminals as a pink sloth hunched over a computer and the other cartoon is a clumsy bear dropping a bowl of Halloween candy. According to CybserScoop, the new illustrations are a way of adding insult to injury.

Source: https://taskandpurpose.com/news/cyber-command-russian-hacker-cartoons

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