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The Malware Mash 2019-10-31
Caveat Ep 2 — Privacy and biometric data. 2019-10-30
WhatsApp sues NSO Group over Pegasus distribution. Georgia continues its recovery, as does Johannesburg. Facebook stops more inauthentic action. A Bed, Bath, and Beyond breach. 2019-10-30
Fancy Bear paws at anti-doping agencies. Johannesburg says no to the Shadow Kill Hackers. Adwind jRAT’s new misdirection. US FCC versus Huawei, ZTE. Georgia hacked. 2019-10-29
Actionable intelligence, and the difficulty of cutting through noise. Extortion hits Johannesburg. Criminal-to-criminal markets. Who’s more vulnerable to phishing, the old or the young? 2019-10-28
Masad Steals via Social Media. — Research Saturday 2019-10-26
Spearphishing the UN and NGOs. Clickware kicked out of app stores. ICS security notes. Close-reading the Turla false-flag reports. A good use for the dark web. Senators call for investigations. 2019-10-25
Clouds are back after being out. Bitpaymer hits German manufacturer. Cross-plaform mobile malware. SecurityWeek’s 2019 ICS Cyber Security Conference. 2019-10-24
Caveat — Crowdsourced private surveillance. 2019-10-24
Criminal connections. The risky business of acquisition. Joker is back, and it’s not funny. Most dangerous celebrities. Notes from SecurityWeek’s ICS Cyber Security Conference. 2019-10-23
More coordinated inauthenticity taken down. The Westphalian system and cyber conflict. VPNs and an AV company sustain incidents. Assange and extradition. 2019-10-22
Not every incident is necessarily an attack. Not everything that purrs is a kitten (sometimes it’s a bear that would like you to think it’s a kitten). ICS security notes. 2019-10-21
Hoping for SOHO security — Research Saturday 2019-10-19
Clickfraud and third-parties (both SDKs and stores). Trojanized TOR browser steals from Russian users. WiFi bugs. Sketchy jailbreak. Big Tech on free speech. Cooperation against terrorism. 2019-10-18
Cozy Bear never really left. Iran denies it suffered a US cyberattack. Malicious WAV files. Darknet dragnet hauls in child exploitation ring. Graboid infests Docker hosts. 2019-10-17
Cyber retaliation for a kinetic attack, again. Industrial espionage from China. Botnet does sextortion. Typosquatting the other candidate. A poor approach to reputation management. 2019-10-16
Ransomware hits US, French companies. ISPs as combat support arms. Lawful intercept gone rogue? Lazarus Group is back and in GitHub. China’s security laws and security risks. 2019-10-15
Decrypting ransomware for good. — Research Saturday 2019-10-12
Ransomware and a zero-day. A newly discovered espionage platform. FIN7’s new tricks. Beijing speaks and Apple listens. A visit to NSA’s Cybersecurity Directorate. 2019-10-11
Alleged DIA leaker. Europol cybergang study. Protecting the DIB. Chinese information operations. 2019-10-10
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