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Malware in nuclear plant business system, but not in control systems. Facebook versus inauthenticity and spyware. Twitter refuses political ads. NIST wants comments. Cyber risk a factor in credit ratings. 2019-10-31
WhatsApp sues NSO Group over Pegasus distribution. Georgia continues its recovery, as does Johannesburg. Facebook stops more inauthentic action. A Bed, Bath, and Beyond breach. 2019-10-30
Fancy Bear paws at anti-doping agencies. Johannesburg says no to the Shadow Kill Hackers. Adwind jRAT’s new misdirection. US FCC versus Huawei, ZTE. Georgia hacked. 2019-10-29
Actionable intelligence, and the difficulty of cutting through noise. Extortion hits Johannesburg. Criminal-to-criminal markets. Who’s more vulnerable to phishing, the old or the young? 2019-10-28
Masad Steals via Social Media. [Research Saturday] 2019-10-26
Spearphishing the UN and NGOs. Clickware kicked out of app stores. ICS security notes. Close-reading the Turla false-flag reports. A good use for the dark web. Senators call for investigations. 2019-10-25
Clouds are back after being out. Bitpaymer hits German manufacturer. Cross-plaform mobile malware. SecurityWeek’s 2019 ICS Cyber Security Conference. 2019-10-24
Criminal connections. The risky business of acquisition. Joker is back, and it’s not funny. Most dangerous celebrities. Notes from SecurityWeek’s ICS Cyber Security Conference. 2019-10-23
More coordinated inauthenticity taken down. The Westphalian system and cyber conflict. VPNs and an AV company sustain incidents. Assange and extradition. 2019-10-22
Not every incident is necessarily an attack. Not everything that purrs is a kitten (sometimes it’s a bear that would like you to think it’s a kitten). ICS security notes. 2019-10-21
Hoping for SOHO security. [Research Saturday] 2019-10-19
Clickfraud and third-parties (both SDKs and stores). Trojanized TOR browser steals from Russian users. WiFi bugs. Sketchy jailbreak. Big Tech on free speech. Cooperation against terrorism. 2019-10-18
Cozy Bear never really left. Iran denies it suffered a US cyberattack. Malicious WAV files. Darknet dragnet hauls in child exploitation ring. Graboid infests Docker hosts. 2019-10-17
Cyber retaliation for a kinetic attack, again. Industrial espionage from China. Botnet does sextortion. Typosquatting the other candidate. A poor approach to reputation management. 2019-10-16
Ransomware hits US, French companies. ISPs as combat support arms. Lawful intercept gone rogue? Lazarus Group is back and in GitHub. China’s security laws and security risks. 2019-10-15
Decrypting ransomware for good. [Research Saturday] 2019-10-12
Ransomware and a zero-day. A newly discovered espionage platform. FIN7’s new tricks. Beijing speaks and Apple listens. A visit to NSA’s Cybersecurity Directorate. 2019-10-11
Alleged DIA leaker. Europol cybergang study. Protecting the DIB. Chinese information operations. 2019-10-10
Twitter and two-factor authentication. Privacy concerns. The US Senate Intelligence Committee reports on Russian troll farms. Turla is back with some new tricks. 2019-10-09
Riding herd on Mustang Panda. Drupalgeddon2 is out in the wild. VPN warnings and mitigations. Patch notes. An offer to share intelligence about Huawei. Presidential sites get low privacy grades. 2019-10-08
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