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Title Date published
COVID-19 as both incentive for remote work and phishbait. Offshored trolling. A list of “digital predators.” US Senate doesn’t extend domestic surveillance authority. 2020-03-13
The return of Turla. Data exposure incidents disclosed. Beijing accuses Taipei of waging cyberwarfare against the PRC. Coronavirus disinformation. 2020-03-12
The Cyberspace Solarium reports. Coronavirus scams and coronavirus realities. Notes on March’s Patch Tuesday. 2020-03-11
Caution in the Play store. EU power consortium’s business systems hacked. Cablegate--a look back. Schulte trial ends in minor convictions, but a hung jury on major counts. The cyber underworld. 2020-03-10
Coronavirus misinformation, phishbait, and disinformation. Ransomware’s growing reach. How criminals’ desire for glory works against their desire to escape apprehension. 2020-03-09
Overworked developers write vulnerable software. [Research Saturday] 2020-03-07
Misconfigured databases, again. Vulnerable subdomains. Dark web search engines. Troll farming. An update on the crypto wars. 2020-03-06
Credential stuffing attacks and data breaches. Coronavirus-themed phishbait is an international problem. Super Tuesday security post mortems. Huawei agonistes. 2020-03-05
Election security--a look back at Super Tuesday. Cyberspace Solarium preview. Rapid Alert System engaged in EU. Cyber capability building in Ukraine. Cloud backups as attack surface. 2020-03-04
Vault 7, again, as Beijing names and shames. Schulte case goes to jury. Maersk to cut incident response jobs. The Cyberspace Solarium’s election security preview. Advice for intel collection. 2020-03-03
Super Tuesday eve primary jitters. DoppelPaymer hits an aerospace supplier. WordPress plugins exploited in the wild. Vote for the catphish. 2020-03-02
Application tracking in Wacom tablets. [Research Saturday] 2020-02-29
South Carolina primary affords the next test of US election security. Cerberus evolves. Bot-driven fraud. FCC to fine wireless carriers for location data handling. FISA changes. 2020-02-28
RSAC 2020. Naming and shaming. Kitty espionage update. Wi-Fi crypto flaw. Impersonating the DNC. Ransomware gets more aggressive. When is removing a GPS tracker theft? 2020-02-27
Chrome zero-day patched. Ransomware against infrastructure. Notes from RSAC 2020. Julian Assange’s extradition hearing. 2020-02-26
Cloud Snooper is out and about. US states’ contracts with Chinese vendors. Voatz receives more scrutiny. Facebook’s troll hunt--no joy this time. Notes from RSAC 2020. 2020-02-25
Reactions to allegations in Georgia’s October cyber incidents. Commodification of spamming kit. Satellite vulnerabilities. Election security. FISA reauthorization? Mr. Assange’s extradition. RSAC 2020. 2020-02-24
New vulnerabilities in PC sound cards. [Research Saturday] 2020-02-22
DISA data breach. More complaint against alleged GUR operations in Georgia. Trolls move from creation to curation. The UK deals with high-risk 5G vendors. 2020-02-21
UK, US blame Russia for 2019 Georgia hacks. Senator Sanders thinks Russian bots could impersonate supporters. Mr. Assange’s extradition. MGM Resorts breach. Ms Winner wants a pardon. 2020-02-20

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