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Title Date published
Security companies allegedly hacked by Fxmsp remain unidentified. SharePoint bug exploited in the wild. G7 preps major cyber exercise. Anthem hack motive? Amnesty takes NSO Group to court. 2019-05-13
Steganography enables sophisticated OceanLotus payloads. [Research Saturday] 2019-05-11
Breaches at AV companies? Pyongyang’s ElectricFish. Symantec’s CEO steps down. Calls to break up Facebook and regulate the pieces. US Federal indictments for leaks and breaches. Verizon DBIR reviewed. 2019-05-10
Someone is after Tehran’s hackers. GitLab misconfiguration. AI’s attack potential. Amazon pursues hackers who defrauded sellers. DeepDotWeb indictments. Evil Clippy. Lunch hacks in San Mateo. 2019-05-09
Turla’s new backdoor. Verizon’s 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report. Bad actors seek to influence the EU. US CYBERCOM preps for 2020. Baltimore’s ransomware. Monolingual content moderation. 2019-05-08
Reverse engineering Equation Group attack tools (and putting them to bad use). Hacking, jamming, and airstrikes. Taking down coordinated inauthenticity. How big is the dark web? 2019-05-07
Supply chain hacking campaign looks like espionage. Airstrikes versus hackers. FTC versus Facebook. Notes from the Global Cyber Innovation Summit. What’s up with MegaCortex. 2019-05-06
Sea Turtle state-sponsored DNS hijacking. [Research Saturday] 2019-05-04
Utility hack update. Surveillance tool proliferation. Exploit black market. Novel ransomware, old distro channel. Notes from the Global Cyber Innovation Summit. 2019-05-03
Wipro update. Office 365 attacks. The "Smart Content Store" is bad mojo. Russian Internet sovereignty. Global Cyber Innovation Summit notes. 2019-05-02
US Energy Department alludes to March cyber incident. BND 19-02 is out. Facebook likes privacy. Assange gets a short nickel. 2019-05-01
Telnet may not be the backdoor you’re looking for. Large PII database left exposed by parties unknown. DHS has a Critical Functions List. ISIS inspiration is back. 2019-04-30
IoT devices exposed in peer-to-peer software vulnerability. Car hacking claims. More warnings of possible violence in Sri Lanka. Curating app stores for security. eScooter’s “voices” hacked. 2019-04-29
Deep Learning threatens 3D medical imaging integrity. [Research Saturday] 2019-04-27
Sri Lanka bombing investigation updates. Cryptojacking targets enterprises in East Asia. Oracle web server zero-day. The criminal-to-criminal credential-stuffing market. Who talked about Huawei in UK? 2019-04-26
Pledging allegiance to ISIS, and then going forth to kill. Adware in Google Play. Context-aware phishbait. Facebook and the FTC. Server crash or exit scam? 2019-04-25
Sri Lanka bombing investigation update. Christchurch call. ShadowHammer moves upstream. Carbanak in VirusTotal after all. Spoofing banks. Bots vs. Mueller Report. ASD’s best practices. 2019-04-24
ISIS claims responsibility for Sri Lanka massacre. Spearphishing embassies in Europe. How the Blockchain Bandit probably did it. Mexican embassy doxed. 2019-04-23
Sri Lanka’s social media clamp-down, and investigation of Easter massacres. CIA said to have details on Huawei’s relationship with China’s security services. Marcus Hutchins pleads guilty. 2019-04-22
Undetectable vote manipulation in SwissPost e-voting system. [Research Saturday] 2019-04-20

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