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Cyberattacks and intelligence trade-offs. TrickBot’s new interests. Fancy Bear versus machine learning. Facebook looks for more ad transparency. Retadup take-down. 2019-08-29
LYCEUM active against Middle Eastern energy-sector targets. LinkedIn used to recruit spies. Autonomous car expert indicted. Imperva exposure. VPN software patches. AI writes. 2019-08-28
Hostinger resets passwords after an intrusion. Social media fraud. Notes on RATs and ransomware. Free decryptor for Syrk. Hedge funds go bananas. 2019-08-27
BioWatch info potentially exposed. Scammers indicted. Ukrainian cryptojacking exposed sensitive data. Social engineering notes. Boo birds and lawsuits. Data use and privacy. Low-earth orbit hack. 2019-08-26
Gift card bots evolve and adapt. [Research Saturday] 2019-08-24
Google takes down YouTube influence operation. Cryptomining in a nuclear plant. Spyware in the Google Play Store. 2019-08-23
North Korean and Chinese cyber espionage. Updates on Texas ransomware. Steam zero-day released. 2019-08-22
China criticizes Twitter and Facebook. Silence expands internationally. A popular Ruby library was backdoored. 2019-08-21
Chinese information operations on Twitter and Facebook. iOS jailbreak released. Adult websites leak information. 2019-08-20
ISIS claims Kabul massacre. Huawei gets a temporary break. Texas governments hit by ransomware. Hy-Vee warns of point-of-sale attack. 2019-08-19
Detecting dating profile fraud. [Research Saturday] 2019-08-17
ECB sustains an intrusion into a third-party-hosted service. Norman quietly mines Monero. MetaMorph appears in a stealthy phishing campaign. Information operations. 2019-08-16
Huawei accused of abetting domestic surveillance in Africa. Cyber gangs adapt and evolve. Prosecutors indicate they’ll add charges to “erratic.” Bluetana detects card skimmers. 2019-08-15
Hacking the Czech Foreign Ministry. Microsoft patches new wormable bugs. More controversial human review of AI. Insecure links, exposed databases, and a California vanity plate. 2019-08-14
UN Security Council looks at North Korean cybercrime. Notes on PsiXBot and BITTER APT. The state of spearphishing. Election security. A final look back at Black Hat and Def Con. 2019-08-13
A look back at Black Hat and Def Con. Sometimes failures that look like accidents are accidents. Russia wants better content suppression from Google. Notes on intelligence services. 2019-08-12
Unpacking the Malvertising Ecosystem. [Research Saturday] 2019-08-10
Voting machine security. Airliner firmware. Attribution and deterrence in cyberwar. Monitoring social media. Broadcom buys Symantec’s enterprise security business. Policing, privacy, and an IoT OS. 2019-08-09
Hacking in the Gulf region. Vulnerability research into airliner avionics. Phishing and ransomware move to the cloud. EU data responsibilities. US bans five Chinese companies. 2019-08-08
Another speculative execution flaw. LokiBot evolves. APT41 moonlights. Scammers exploit tragedies. Black Hat notes. 2019-08-07
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