Sweden Is Preparing For A “Civil War

The booklet will serve as a manual of “total defense” in case of a war, and provide details on how to secure basic needs such as water, food, and heating, the FT reported.

The manual also covers other threats such as cyber attacks, terrorism, and climate change.

“All of society needs to be prepared for conflict, not just the military. We haven’t been using words such as total defense or high alert for 25-30 years or more.

So the knowledge among citizens is very low,” said Christina Andersson, head of the project at the Swedish civil contingencies agency.

The survivalist manual or better known by some as a prepares guide is called “If Crisis or War Comes,” will be published by the government in late spring.

Its publication comes at a time when the threat of war from Russia is high, well, possibly, but that is what the mainstream media has conditioned many to believe.

UK ‘ready to retaliate’ against Russian cyber-attacks

Boris Johnson will warn Russia to stop cyber-attacks which threaten Britain’s national security or face retaliation of a similar kind from the UK.

He will say the UK has no malign intentions online but has the technical capability to fight cyber-espionage.

Anonymous, stolen institution data to italian government

Cyber attack: Anonymous attack italian government portal.

Mail, phone numbers, police service orders, pay slips and photocopies of documents belonging to the police and the armed forces.

The hundreds of files that Anonymous hackers would take away, as they themselves announced, to ministries , state bodies and institutions, national and European.

Among the documents, also an exchange of mail between Chigi Palace and the police officers regarding the Prime Minister Gentiloni.

The Police said, pointing out that the documents were taken from the “personal mailboxes of a Defense Employee and a Police Officer.” Among the downloadable documents are also the radio frequencies granted to Italy for the premier’s security communications during a visit to Brussels from 19 and 20 October last year.

Austria, android cyberattack combines phishing and data theft

Cybercriminals have combined three techniques into a single campaign, creating an attack that can steal credentials, phish credit cards and install bank Trojans. Based on an “increasingly sophisticated” form of malware, it targeted Austrian bank users