Hackers spill secrets from Russian intelligence, Chandrayaan readies for historic moon mission
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Hackers have infiltrated site tech a contract of Russian intelligence agency and stolen 7.5 terabytes of data from the network.
According to a report by Cindy net.
The data was shared with a fellow hacking group known as digital revolution.
The hacks found side tech was working on a number of Secret projects, including one removing anonymity from tour traffic and another looking into how Russia's internet connected with the rest of the world.
50 years after humans first walked on the moon another space mission is set to take flight.
In the early hours of Monday morning, India's Chandrayaan 2 mission will launch from the Satish Dhawan Space Center.
The launch was delayed by a week after technical a glitch on July 14.
Provided there's no further issues, India will attempt to become the first nation to land at the lunar south pole, with a scheduled touchdown in September.
The mission is carrying a lunar lander and a lunar rover which will perform site experiments Events at the South Pole.
And finally, Comic-Con.
The annual convention dominated news over the weekend after Marvel outlined its plans for Phase Four of the Cinematic Universe.
Among the big reviews were Thor 4, a Doctor Strange sequel,and the news that vampire-hunter, Blade is back.
Marvel's panel also revealed plans for the Disney plus streaming service with Loki, WandaVision, Hawkeye and The Falcon and Winter Soldier all getting release dates.
And don't forget the new What if series.
Marvel went big, and still catching our breath.
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