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An election database leaks. Phishing from Firebase. Shiny Hunters sell Mathway user records. COVID-19-themed scams. On that return to the office thing... 2020-05-22
Cyberwar, cybercrime, and hacktivism: updates on all three. Contact tracing and its discontents. Cybersecurity economic trends during the pandemic. 2020-05-21
Cyber espionage: many operations and many targets. Misinformation and online fraud during the pandemic. Beer and conviviality versus operational security. 2020-05-20
Cyber conflict in the Middle East. EasyJet breached. More errors than exploits. The Dark Web during the pandemic. 5G misinformation. REvil updates. 2020-05-19
Supercomputers as cryptomining rigs. UK grid operator recovers from hack. EU Parliament data exposure. REvil ransomware gang promises dirty laundry. US-China conflict. Catphishing. 2020-05-18
Gangnam Industrial Style APT campaign targets South Korea. [Research Saturday] 2020-05-16
Malware versus air-gapped systems. Ransomware against utilities and hospitals. Lessons for cybersecurity from the pandemic response. Outlaw blues. 2020-05-15
ARCHER incident. Contact tracing smishing. Malware vs. air gaps. A surcharge for deletion. Anti-creepware. 5G coronavirus delusions. 2020-05-14
More data theft by ransomware. Patch Tuesday notes. Espionage and possible data corruption against COVID-19 researchers. Be a role model for your AI. 2020-05-13
Cyberwar looms in the Middle East? Hidden Cobra’s fangs described. Evasive Astaroth. Ransomware in Texas courts. COVID-19 espionage. Content moderation. 2020-05-12
Cyberattacks with kinetic consequences. Thunderspy and evil maids. Developing background to the US bulk power security executive order. Conspiracy theories and the culture of social media. 2020-05-11
The U.S. campaign trail is actually quite secure. [Research Saturday] 2020-05-09
PLA cyber espionage, and training WeChat censorship algorithms against the Chinese diaspora. Snake is back, and so is Charming Kitten. Election security. Recruiting money mules. 2020-05-08
Mining Monero. A RAT in a 2FA app. The decline of the Cereal botnet. Markets during the pandemic. Ransomware in Taiwan. Twitter appeals to reason. 2020-05-07
Taking down coordinated inauthenticity. Contact tracing and other COVID-19 notes. BlackInfinity taken down. 2020-05-06
Bear hunt in the Bundestag. Kaiji botnet described. Cryptojacking. Joint US-UK warning against attacks on COVID-19 response. Contact tracing. Puppy scams. 2020-05-05
A state of emergency over bulk power in the States. Beijing’s disinformation about COVID-19, and its motivation for a coverup. Hacking biomedical research. Curious Xiaomi phones. 2020-05-04
Fingerprint authentication is not completely secure. [Research Saturday] 2020-05-02
China hacks at Vietnam over a territorial dispute. Kim’s still in charge, but could Hidden Cobra get loose if his grip slackens? COVID-19 and cybersecurity. 2020-05-01
The persistence of ransomware. Exposure notifications and contact tracing. Doxing and conspiracy theories. More notes on the underworld. 2020-04-30

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