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Kaspersky burned a JSOC op? Facebook affair: apps, legal fallout, regulatory inspiration, apologies and resolution to sin no more. Tariffs against IP theft. Best Buy shows Huawei the highway. 2018-03-22
Preparing for grid attacks. Notes on breaches, crime, and punishment. And Facebook's no-good, bad, awful week. 2018-03-21
Power grid threats coming through the router. Cambridge Analytica and Facebook face tough questions. 2018-03-20
Power grid hacking fears running high. Social media problems. Election DDoS reported in Russia. FTC and SEC cyber enforcement actions. NSA hoarder case update. 2018-03-19
Cryptojacking injections heat up - Research Saturday 2018-03-17
NATO-Russian cyber tensions high. They're also high between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Updates on AMD vulnerability report. Another exposed AWS S3 bucket? 2018-03-16
Chip vulnerability disclosure controversial. Black market and point-of-sale malware. SEC charges ex-Equifax exec with breach-related insider trading. Tensions over Salisbury nerve agent attack. 2018-03-15
AMD investigates report of processor flaws. A look at OceanLotus. Patch Tuesday. Russo-British tensions high. MuddyWater threatens researchers. 2018-03-14
May hands Putin an ultimatum (and cyber conflict is expected). HenBox spies on Uyghurs. Vixen Panda creeps in UK targets by backdoors. Changes at US State Department, CIA. SINET ITSEF notes. 2018-03-13
Iran grows more capable and assertive in cyberspace. Bots have nothing on humans when it comes to peddling disinformation. Chinese influence ops. Fancy Bear, Slingshot updates. 2018-03-12
Dark Caracal APT steals out of Lebanon — Research Saturday 2018-03-10
Cyber reconnaissance. Vulnerability database misdirection. Cryptoming attempts. New Memcrash DDoS. Policy changes in the US coming as agencies report? 2018-03-09
A Memcrash kill-switch. Shadow Brokers' leaked "Territorial Dispute" tools. Dutch DDoS, Indian hacks. FBI and backdoors. Notes from SINET ITSEF. 2018-03-08
Patchable vulnerabilities in Apache Struts and Exim. CombJack malware. DPRK vs. UN Panel of Experts. Cyberwar and legal limits. Espionage Act prosecution. Infowars turn grimly kinetic. 2018-03-07
Cyber espionage in Central and Eastern Europe. Cyber deterrence. Notes from Matrosskaya Tishina. Exabeam describes what crooks can get from your browser. 2018-03-06
Humanitarian organizations targeted. Memcrash extortion. Spring Break bug. Equifax breach update. Russian influence operations (and American "yelling and hollering"). 2018-03-05
Lebal malware phishes for victims — Research Saturday 2018-03-03
Memcrashing no longer just a theoretical possibility. Fancy Bear's pawprints in German networks and other peoples' embassies. Deterrence in cyberspace. High-profile fraud victims. 2018-03-02
Fancy Bear finds Berlin just right. RedDrop Android blackmail malware. Another AWS S3 exposure. FTC settles; SEC investigates. Blockchain radix malorum? 2018-03-01
Memcrash and amplification attacks. SAML vulnerabilities. Thanatos ransomware. Petya returns (so does Marcher). Deterrence and election security. 2018-02-28
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