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Don't get cozy with Cozy Bear. Code-signing issues stem from muddled documentation. Devices ship with inadvertent backdoor. Matryosha attack. Operation WireWire versus BEC scammers. 2018-06-12
SWIFT fraud (behind a wiper). Coinrail ICO robbery. Chinese espionage. G7 agrees to a coordinated response to hostile cyber operations. Malwaretech faces new charges. 2018-06-11
Winnti Umbrella Chinese threat group — Research Saturday 2018-06-09
Adobe patches a zero-day being exploited in the wild. Chinese cyber espionage, and the risks of data-sharing. Facebook default settings glitch. Industry notes. 2018-06-08
New criminal campaigns out and about. Fancy Bear changes style, but not management. VPNFilter hits more devices. CloudPets overshare, but maybe more benignly than Google and Facebook. 2018-06-07
Hacking Humans — A flood of misinformation and fake news 2018-06-07
Espionage, influence, summits, and elections. What counts as a luxury? An iCloud warrant raises cryptowars speculation. Microsoft's GitHub acquisition. Facebook's coziness with Shanghai? 2018-06-06
DPRK hackers quieter in the run-up to the Kim-Trump summit. Russian EW. Cryptocurrencies and crime. Law firm social engineering. Dodgy World Cup Wi-Fi. Bad AI, a time-traveler's poly. 2018-06-05
Microsoft buys GitHub for $7.5 billion. VPNFilter tries to reconstitute itself. Ransomware and DDoS notes. USA Really seems to be latest in Russian disinformation. 2018-06-04
Islamic State propaganda persistence — Research Saturday 2018-06-02
Lazarus Group updates. Cybercrime's GDP. New Zealand a Chinese espionage target? ZTE and Huawei criticized. BND will continue to monitor Frankfurt hub. Google's knowledge panels. 2018-06-01
Kaspersky loses court challenge to US Government ban. Cryptomix ransomware. US Departments of Commerce, Homeland Security, and Energy plan resiliency. A packrat at CIA? Reboot your routers. 2018-05-31
Hacking Humans - Social engineering works because we're human. 2018-05-31
More North Korean malware identified. EOS scanned for misconfigurations by parties unknown. Canadian banks won't pay extortion. Stay away from Joker's Stash. Crime and punishment. 2018-05-30
Rebooting routers against VPNFilter. Canadian banks compromised? Cobalt gang is back. 51% attacks on blockchains. "Courvoisier" sentenced. NATO looks at Russia's weaponized jokes. 2018-05-29
UPnProxy infiltrates home routers — Research Saturday 2018-05-26
VPNFilter takedown. Low-cost Android phones with preloaded adware. Alexa's selective attention. BMW patches connected cars. Cryptocurrency crimes. New swatting charges. GDPR is here. 2018-05-25
VPNFilter and battlespace preparation. XENOTIME may be back, and after industrial systems. GDPR updates. Following Presidential Tweets. 2018-05-24
Variant 4 and other chipset vulnerabilities. Confucius and Patchwork. Turla goes two-stage. Misconfigured not-for-profit bucket. ZTE's fraying lifeline. Facebook and the EU. Brain Food. 2018-05-23
Speculative Store Bypass. GPON-based botnet. Customer data exposures. Roaming Mantis gets more capable. Nation-state threats. 2018-05-22
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