Agentura.Ru is an Russian web-site founded in 2000 as internet-community of journalists monitor and write about Russian, American, British, and other Western security and intelligence agencies. Editor of Agentura.Ru is Andrei Soldatov, deputy editor - Irina Borogan.
Agentura.Ru has been reported and featured in the New York Times, the Moscow Times, the Washington Post, Online Journalism Review, Le Monde, The Christian Science Monitor, CNN, Federation of American Scientists, BBC, as well in websites of The Centre for Counterintelligence and Security Studies, Center for Defence Information, The Library of Congress, Cambridge Security Programme.
On December 14, 2000 Agentura.Ru was profiled in the New York Times in an article by Sally McGrane entitled "A Web Site That Came in From the Cold to Unveil Russian Secrets".
According to the Moscow Times' report on June 18, 2008:
In January 2010 Adam Federman wrote in Columbia Journalism Review's report "Moscow's New Rules":
In September 2010 Soldatov and Borogan published a book "The New Nobility. The Restoration of Russia's Security State and the Enduring Legacy of the KGB".