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A Parliamentary report alleges active Huawei cooperation with Chinese intelligence. Coordinated inauthenticity, mostly focused on domestic opinion. Guilty pleas from former eBayers. 2020-10-09
Bahamut’s hackers-for-hire. SlothfulMedia looks made-in-China. Domains run by IRGC seized. Phishbait uses current events as chum. Who dunnit? Not us, or rather, prove it, says Moscow. 2020-10-08
Cyber conflict in the Caucasus. Zerologon exploited in the wild. Emotet rising. The Four Horsemen of Silicon Valley. Alt-coin regulation. DDoS in Honolulu. 2020-10-07
New, Mirai-based threat in the wild. PLA told to steer clear of US election stories. Big data in small spreadsheets. John McAfee arrested. A hackable marital (or something) aid. 2020-10-06
Maritime shipping hacks remind observers of NotPetya. Spyware through the firmware. New ransomware strain. Huawei in Europe. Go ahead, Lefty, give ‘em your fingerprints. 2020-10-05
Diane M. Janosek: It's only together that we are going to rise. [Career Notes] 2020-10-04
Smaug: Ransomware-as-a-service drag(s)on. [Research Saturday] 2020-10-03
CISA and Cyber Command describe a new RAT. Emotet spams Team Blue. Spyware campaigns described. Maritime sector hacks. And another reason not to pay the ransom. 2020-10-02
Ransomware incidents: worse than feared. And some of them pose a threat to patient safety. A Fancy Bear sighting? Glitch suspends trading in Tokyo. 2020-10-01
Opportunistic paydays and soft targets. Crooks use captchas and padlocks, too. Protecting against Zerologon. A microelectronics strategy. 2020-09-30
Ransomware versus shipping, hospitals, and schools. Cyberattacks’ growing sophistication. An interim rule enables implementation of the US Defense Department’s CMMC program. 2020-09-29
Will no one rid me of this turbulent newsletter? US court delays TikTok ban. Microsoft takes down cyberespionage operation. Huawei’s CFO gets another day in court. REvil recruits. 2020-09-28
Richard Torres: Getting that level of experience is going to be crucial. [Career Notes] 2020-09-27
What came first, the Golden Chickens or more_eggs? [Research Saturday] 2020-09-26
Lots of coordinated inauthenticity, but a small return in influence. Confidence building in cyberspace? CISA reports finding that a Federal agency was hacked. Cyberattacks on hospitals are up. 2020-09-25
Not the Gremlin from the Kremlin. Zerologn exploited in the wild. Cyberespionage phishing in NATO’s pond. US Treasury announces sanctions. Four guilty pleas coming in eBay cyberstalking case. 2020-09-24
Naval Gazing around the South China Sea, and other disinformation. LokiBot is back in a big way. Darknet merchants busted. Cyber rioting along the Blue Nile. 2020-09-23
Bing backend exposed, for a bit. CIA thinks Russian influence ops are top-directed. TikTok Global spin-off may not be enough. Destination automation. Hacks that weren’t, and one big guilty plea. 2020-09-22
Patch by midnight, and reply by endorsement. Cerberus is howling; Rampant Kitten is yowling. TikTok and WeChat both get reprieves. German police want ransomware operators for homicide. 2020-09-21
The cybersecurity paradox. [CyberWire-X] 2020-09-20
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