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Russian information operations, and lessons on election security from the Near Abroad. Magneto proof-of-concept exploit. Huawei, security, and bugs. Training AI. Labor market news. 2019-03-29
Gustuff is out and after Android devices. Microsoft takes down Phosphorus. Elfin is working for Tehran. Russian cyber troops come to help Venezuela’s Chavistas. Guilty plea expected in Martin case. 2019-03-28
State cyber-espionage. Influence operations and coordinated inauthenticity. Add Lucky Elephant to the menagerie. ASUS supply chain updates. Notes on Norsk Hydro’s recovery. Reactions to the Mueller Report. 2019-03-27
More on ASUS supply chain backdoor. FEMA data mishandling. LockerGoga ransomware. Mueller report responses. 2019-03-26
Mueller finds no evidence of Russia collusion. ISIS no longer holds any ground. LockerGoga hits chemical plants. FEMA fumbles PII. Cyber 9/12. PewDiePie versus T-Series. 2019-03-25
Ryuk ransomware relationship revelations. [Research Saturday] 2019-03-23
Finland’s data protection authority investigates suspicious smartphone activity. GitHub repos are leaking keys. Cardiac devices can be hacked. 2019-03-22
Russian APTs target EU governments. FIN7 is back. Google and Facebook scammed. 2019-03-21
Norsk Hydro recovers from LockerGoga infection. Cyber conflict, cyber deterrence, and an economic case for security. EU out of compliance with GDPR? Big Tech in court. Thoughts on courtship. 2019-03-20
LockerGoga hits Norse Hydro. Mirai botnet malware gets an update. The DHS is concerned about cybersecurity. 2019-03-19
Online content and terrorism. Huawei’s shifting strategy. Venezuela’s grid failure is explicable by corruption and incompetence--no hacking or sabotage required. Gnostiplayers are back. AI and evil. 2019-03-18
ThinkPHP exploit from Asia-Pacific region goes global. [Research Saturday] 2019-03-16
Terror, announced and celebrated online. JavaScript sniffer afflicts e-commerce sites. Cryptojacking in the cloud. Perspectives on regulation, thoughts on a pervasive IoT. China’s IP protection law. 2019-03-15
Indonesian election security. Watering hole in Pakistani passport site. RAT hunting. “Intelligence brute-forcing.” Just-patched zero-day exploited. PoS DGA attack. Operation Sheep. BND advises “nein” to Huawei. 2019-03-14
Election security and influence operations. Hacking the Fleet. Undersea cable competition. 5G worries. Calls to rein in Big Tech. UN report outlines North Korean cyber crime (there’s a lot of it). 2019-03-13
Venezuela power blackout updates. Social media and social control. Trojanized games. Free decryptor out for ransomware strain. Ads on Facebook. A look at 30 years of the web. 2019-03-12
Allegations and information operations. Iridium group may have compromised Citrix. Sino-American trade and security conflicts continue. Fashions in trolling. 2019-03-11
Job-seeker exposes banking network to Lazurus Group. [Research Saturday] 2019-03-09
Chinese influence campaigns. Egyptian spear phishing. Hundreds of million email records exposed. 2019-03-08
Scope of APT33 attacks revealed. GandCrab criminals shift tactics. Slub malware uses Slack. 2019-03-07
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