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  2. The Orenburg administration intends to contact the FSB, Roskomnadzor and the Ministry of Internal Affairs in order to find the authors of the anonymous telegram channels that disseminated information about the auctions for school meals. Information about the new auction was confirmed by an official document signed by an employee of the mayor's office. It was also reported that the process was initiated with the aim of attracting certain contractors to the school feeding industry. The city administration refused to comment on the information. - We consider it unacceptable to comment on rumors and inaccurate information posted on unofficial sources by anonymous authors. The situation that has developed in the information field goes not only beyond common sense, but also beyond the legal field. To protect their own rights, legitimate interests and business reputation, today the administration of the city of Orenburg will initiate appeals to the FSB authorities for the Orenburg region, the Roskomnadzor department for the Orenburg region, the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Orenburg region in order to identify the authors of anonymous resources, as well as to check the legality of the placement in the official media of information that does not correspond to reality, speculation and rumors discrediting the honor and dignity of municipal employees, undermining the foundations of the state system of the Russian Federation and discrediting the work of the city mayor's office, the city administration said in a statement. We are talking about the situation with competitions for school meals. On the eve of the Internet there were reports of allegedly possible violations by the education department. In the response of the press service it is emphasized that the procedure for concluding joint tenders takes place within the framework of the current legislation.
  3. The FSB is capable of decrypting unclassified chats in Telegram, but this is not about mass surveillance of users. Igor Bederov, head of the Internet-search company, spoke about this in an interview with the all-Russian educational project Digital Journalism. According to Bederov, FSB officers can read the Telegram correspondence of specific citizens within the framework of specific criminal cases, and not all messages of all users of the messenger. As the expert explained, first, these suspects must be identified. To this end, FSB officers, who have at their disposal the phone number of the desired user tied to Telegram, can contact the telecom operator and oblige him to pass this user's traffic through special products. In particular, through the "thresher" - a special analyzer capable of detecting Telegram traffic in the flow of the user's general traffic, and "decryption" - a solution for decrypting unclassified correspondence in the messenger. According to Bederov, he personally "saw the development of decoding unclassified Telegram chats" in St. Petersburg. “As far as I know, the Ministry of Internal Affairs does not apply it at all. The FSB is silent about this, ”he added.
  4. Access to over 900 Citrix Systems installations is up for sale. The seller offers access to a cooperative bank in the United States, as well as various government, telecommunications and IT companies from around the world. Last month, another hacker posted an ad on a clandestine darknet forum for a database allegedly owned by Citrix Systems. According to the seller, he gained access to more than 2 million records of the company's customers. The price of a database called citrix_leads_vivo was 2.15 bitcoin (roughly $ 20K). Citrix Systems is an American company that develops software solutions for virtualization, building computer networks, organizing cloud computing, including the development of the open source Xen hypervisor. More than 230,000 organizations worldwide use Citrix solutions.
  5. Petersburg resident Roman Amelin was fined 50 thousand rubles for illegal access to computer information. According to the press service of the city prosecutor's office, the 21-year-old man used the car sharing application without registering in the system. The case was considered by the Primorskiy District Court, and it turned out to be the first such case in Russia. As told in the Joint Press Service of the Northern Capital Courts, the man was selling accounts of the Delimobil service, which allowed other people to use cars without proper, reliable registration in the system and identity verification. Having received passports, driving license and photos, Amelin sold access to the system for 2,500 rubles. In total, he managed to sell at least 10 accounts, received at least 25,000 rubles, causing damage to the business reputation of Carsharing Russia LLC. The attacker bought personal data from microloan organizations for 500 rubles. It is noted that Roman Amelin admitted his guilt, repented of his deed, and also transferred 10,000 rubles to a charitable foundation. He filed a motion to dismiss the case with a court fine. The participants in the process did not object. The court signed a resolution to discontinue the criminal case, imposing a fine of 50 thousand rubles.
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