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More Elon Musk impersonators in social media. Cryptocurrency raided. Spearphishing in Palestine. BlackTech espionage group. Apple upgrades. Polar Flow fitness app and oversharing. 2018-07-10
Malware infections down during World Cup matches. UK-Russia tensions. Australian National University hacked. Data breach notes. Calls for cooperation. Tell it to the Marines. 2018-07-09
No Distribute Scanners help sell malware 2018-07-07
When catphishing, it pays to know what bait they'll take. Permission hogs are often misers. Cyber comes to the NTC. Natural intelligence screening for artificial intelligence. The Thermanator. 2018-07-06
Catphish and Charming Kittens. Data-sharing receives more scrutiny. European copyright law won't be fast-tracked. ZTE gets some relief. Juggalos and Juggalettes defeat facial recognition tools. 2018-07-05
Hybrid warfare. Inveterate DDoS against ProtonMail. Security concerns about Chinese companies. Retail breaches. Agencies scrutinize Facebook data abuse. Infrasound weapons? 2018-07-03
Adidas data breach. Facebook on data abuse. Investigation of Exactis data exposure continues. Algonquin College hacked. Tenable's IPO. US-Russia summit will talk election influence ops. 2018-07-02
VPNFilter malware could brick devices worldwide — Research Saturday 2018-06-30
Data breaches and data exposure. Privacy legislation. Improperly collected phone call records destroyed. 2018-06-29
Ukraine accuses Russia of preparing a cyber campaign. China eyes Tibetan diaspora. A decryptor for Thanatos ransomware. Nudging away from privacy. Dark web undercover. 2018-06-28
Separating fools from money. — Hacking Humans 2018-06-28
DDoS attack on ProtonMail. Rancor cyberespionage campaign. PythonBot serves ads and a cryptominer. EU joint cyber response unit forming. Arrests in BEC campaign. Reality Winner's plea. 2018-06-27
Romania, UK, warn of Russian cyber ops. International norms of cyber conflict. Bronze Butler's USB drives. Too-smart batteries not smart enough. Industry notes. Game cheater gets jail time. 2018-06-26
Nation-state cyberespionage and cybercrime. Cryptocurrency fraud and theft give alt-coins a rocky ride. Sino-US trade conflict update. GDPR data extortion. Spammy protection racket. 2018-06-25
LG smartphone keyboard vulnerabilities — Research Saturday 2018-06-23
Phishing plays small ball with depressing success. Chinese cyberespionage up. US IC, JCS, worries about innovation. Guilty plea in US espionage case. Ex-Knesset member suspected of spying. Supreme Court decides location privacy case. 2018-06-22
Malicious apps, a clever botnet, and cryptojacking. Patch notes. EU copyright regulations. Congress still doesn't like the cut of ZTE's or Huawei's jib. Tesla sues a former employee. 2018-06-21
Playing on Kindness — Hacking Humans 2018-06-21
Satellite communications suffer from Thrip(s). Zacinlo rootkit poses as a VPN. Insecure Firebase apps. EU copyright legislation. Kardon Loader. Bithumb robbed. #Opicarus2018. Bitcoin Baron jailed. 2018-06-20
Charges in Vault 7 case. Olympic Destroyer appears to be back. Liberty Life hack. Does Tesla have a rogue insider? US Senate hits at ZTE. Guilty plea in OPM hack-related fraud. Motive: blackmail. 2018-06-19
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