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Bloomberg reports a seeding attack on the supply chain by Chinese intelligence services. GRU is named, shamed, indicted, and expelled. 2018-10-04
Facebook breach updates. Bogus Zoho Office Suite. Brazil's big botnet. Vulnerable router firmware. Patch news. A DGSI officer arrested for dark web collusion with the mob. Bad Fortnite cheats. 2018-10-03
RDP exploitation. More on the Facebook breach. Google and content moderation. Reaper Group stayed busy even after US-DPRK summit. Spyware in Canada. Hacking an airport. 2018-10-02
Facebook agonistes. Election meddling. Livestreamed hack gets cancelled. 2018-10-01
Sophisticated FIN7 criminal group hits payment card data — Research Saturday. 2018-09-29
Facebook discloses a major breach. Botnet brute forcing ransomware. Retail domain typosquatting. ATM wiretapping. Ransomware in San Diego. SEC hits cyber deficiencies. Assange retires? 2018-09-28
Fancy Bear, again and again. QRecorder is a banking Trojan. Authentication issues with Apple's Device Enrollment Program. Notes on regulation. Farewell to a code-breaker. 2018-09-27
Cryptojacking and ransomware news. The black market in zero-days looks like a bear market. Google budges (a little) on Chrome login. Senate hearings on privacy. Political campaign cybersecurity. 2018-09-26
Follow-up to terror attack in Iran. UN data exposure. Kodi and cryptojacking. SHEIN retail breach. Atlanta's ransomware remediation. Payroll phishing. Quantum strategy. 2018-09-25
Terror attack in Iran prompts info skirmishing, and perhaps worse to come. JET bug disclosed. ANSSI open-sources OS. Anglo-American response to Russian cyber ops. Russian elections. Scam notes. 2018-09-24
ICS honeypots attract sophisticated snoops. — Research Saturday 2018-09-22
US National Cyber Strategy. New sanctions. GCHQ beefs up Russia unit. Cryptocurrency heist. Hacking Senatorial Gmail. Crime and punishment. 2018-09-21
Magecart is back. Bad apps booted from Google Play. OilRig taken seriously. Election influence operations. Sending in the National Guard. ICO fines Equifax for last year's breach. 2018-09-20
State Department cybersecurity issues. Iron Group's pseudoransomware. Bristol Airport's deliberate recovery. State of cryptojacking. Facebook offers campaigns help. US cyber strategy. Mirai masters. 2018-09-19
Tracking Pegasus. OilRig spearphishing. IP theft from universities. Peekaboo bug in surveillance cameras. WannaMine won't be EternalBlue's last ride. Preventing data abuse. 2018-09-18
Ransomware and cryptojacking are all the rage. Iran seeks IP, North Korea seeks a quick buck. More on EU content moderation. Alleged Russian hacking of WADA, Spiez Laboratory. Propaganda overreach? 2018-09-17
Android device eavesdropping investigation. — Research Saturday 2018-09-15
Magecart continues its way. Evil cursor attacks. Seasonal trends in Trojans. More Novichok disinformation. Pyongyand denounces a "smear campaign." Wait and see on pipeline fires. 2018-09-14
Domestic Kitten spyware. Crypto wallet shenanigans. Firmware issues enable cold boot attacks. BlueBorne bugs are still out and about. Tech support scams. Election security. 2018-09-13
Executive Order mandates election interference sanctions. British Airways regulatory exposure. Patch Tuesday notes. EU passes copyright law. Russia says no to Novichok. WhatsApp scam. 2018-09-12
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