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Everything Equifax, with some notes on German election vulnerabilities and an update on the Crackas With Attitude. 2017-09-11
Equifax decides to tell people it's been breached. Notes from the Intelligence and National Security Summit. WikiLeaks dumps missile guidance documents from Vault7. The ShadowBrokers are back, with a new offer. 2017-09-08
DragonFly 2.0 in power grids. Cyberespionage in the South China Sea. Russian Facebook ads. "Fake News" survey. 2017-09-07
Apache Struts patched. Dragonfly is in the power grid. Ransomware notes. Taringa breached. Cryptocurrencies in China and Russia. Signal stealing that's not SIGINT. 2017-09-06
Influence operations in Germany. More Turla. KHRAT looks like political spying. Exposed AWS S3 and MongoDB databases hit. Ransomware notes. Cyber gangland rumbles. 2017-09-05
Kenyan election nullified over electronic irregularities. South China Sea cyber espionage. WikiLeaks' Vault7 dumps Angelfire. Accused leaker wants her statements excluded. DPRK raids ROK Bitcoin. WhopperCoin is here. 2017-09-01
Turla's Gazer backdoor. OurMine vs. WikiLeaks; WikiLeaks vs. CIA. Reality Winner trial. House of Cards material leaks. Patching notes. Insecure APIs. 2017-08-31
Phishing and watering hole alerts. Is DPRK stealing Bitcoin? NHS Lanarkshire ransomware identified as Bit Paymer. Onliner spambot has hundreds of millions of email addresses. St. Jude pacemaker patch. 2017-08-30
NIST Cybersecurity Framework - A CyberWire Special Edition 2017-08-30
Cyberespionage in South Asia. NHS hack confirmed as ransomare. Notes on Hancitor. WireX Android botnet taken down. Fat-fingering BGP. Topical phishbait. 2017-08-29
Maritime cybersecurity concerns. ExpressLane dump stirs up international trouble. IoT botnet threat addressed. Defray ransomware. Cyberattack in Scotland. Tehran's info-ops rapper. 2017-08-28
Clouds, crooks, cheats, and cryptocurrencies. Vault7 leaks liaisonware. Rumors about FSB officers charged with treason. FBI arrests Chinese national in OPM hack. Extremism online flows more than it ebbs. 2017-08-25
Cyberattacks that may not have been. Ropemaker corrupts email after delivery. Concerns about companies working for intelligence services. 2017-08-24
Independence day cyberattack worries in Ukraine. US Navy eliminating possibility of cyberattack on USS McCain. More malicious apps in Google Play. US state cyber regs. ISIS still works to inspire online. 2017-08-23
Cyber concerns about naval and maritime shipping operations. AWS S3 data exposure. Game of Thrones hack. NHS breach? Killer robots. Scareware. 2017-08-22
GCHQ and MalwareTech's arrest. Chinese oilfield sustains malware infestation. US Cyber Command now a UCC. Ukraine fears another cyber campaign. Turla returns. GPS spoofing. Extremism online. ICO hack. 2017-08-21
Ransomware updates. ShadowPad backdoor may have got into the supply chain from a Chinese APT group. Apple Secure Enclave decryption key released. Profexor and Fancy Bear. Misconfigured AWS S3 exposes voter data. Countering extremism online. FBI continues 2017-08-18
Email brute-forcing. Aadhaar woes. Leaked Equation Group exploits remain a problem. Hijacked Chrome extensions. Pulse wave DDoS. FBI interviews "Profexor." Extremism and vigilantism. OurMine hacks HBO Twitter, Facebook. 2017-08-17
NIST SP 800-53 updated. Attack on Scotland Parliament's email system. Consequences of Equation Group leaks. "Mr. Smith" and HBO. Attacks of note: Trickbot, OLE exploits, NetSarang backdoor. Extremist inspiration. BEC. 2017-08-16
Lazarus Group is back, phishing in English. Extremist content online. Google cleans up SonicSpy. Arrests for HBO hacking are unrelated to "Mr. Smith." Marcus Hutchins is out on. DJI drones get a security makeover. Help desk scams. 2017-08-15
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