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Chinese espionage in Central Asia. Dixons Carphone data exposure. Lazy State speculative execution bug. Pyongyang is expected to come roaring back into cyberspace. Unlucky 13. Chinese espionage in Central Asia. Dixons Carphone data exposure. Lazy State sp 2018-06-14
Hacking Humans — Gaming pro athletes online. 2018-06-14
Cable-tapping for a new century. Lazarus Group update. BabaYaga's cannibalistic malware. Patch Tuesday notes. Cryptojacking. World Cup surveillance. Beware of strangers bearing gifts with USB connections. 2018-06-13
Don't get cozy with Cozy Bear. Code-signing issues stem from muddled documentation. Devices ship with inadvertent backdoor. Matryosha attack. Operation WireWire versus BEC scammers. 2018-06-12
SWIFT fraud (behind a wiper). Coinrail ICO robbery. Chinese espionage. G7 agrees to a coordinated response to hostile cyber operations. Malwaretech faces new charges. 2018-06-11
Winnti Umbrella Chinese threat group — Research Saturday 2018-06-09
Adobe patches a zero-day being exploited in the wild. Chinese cyber espionage, and the risks of data-sharing. Facebook default settings glitch. Industry notes. 2018-06-08
New criminal campaigns out and about. Fancy Bear changes style, but not management. VPNFilter hits more devices. CloudPets overshare, but maybe more benignly than Google and Facebook. 2018-06-07
Hacking Humans — A flood of misinformation and fake news 2018-06-07
Espionage, influence, summits, and elections. What counts as a luxury? An iCloud warrant raises cryptowars speculation. Microsoft's GitHub acquisition. Facebook's coziness with Shanghai? 2018-06-06
DPRK hackers quieter in the run-up to the Kim-Trump summit. Russian EW. Cryptocurrencies and crime. Law firm social engineering. Dodgy World Cup Wi-Fi. Bad AI, a time-traveler's poly. 2018-06-05
Microsoft buys GitHub for $7.5 billion. VPNFilter tries to reconstitute itself. Ransomware and DDoS notes. USA Really seems to be latest in Russian disinformation. 2018-06-04
Islamic State propaganda persistence — Research Saturday 2018-06-02
Lazarus Group updates. Cybercrime's GDP. New Zealand a Chinese espionage target? ZTE and Huawei criticized. BND will continue to monitor Frankfurt hub. Google's knowledge panels. 2018-06-01
Kaspersky loses court challenge to US Government ban. Cryptomix ransomware. US Departments of Commerce, Homeland Security, and Energy plan resiliency. A packrat at CIA? Reboot your routers. 2018-05-31
Hacking Humans - Social engineering works because we're human. 2018-05-31
More North Korean malware identified. EOS scanned for misconfigurations by parties unknown. Canadian banks won't pay extortion. Stay away from Joker's Stash. Crime and punishment. 2018-05-30
Rebooting routers against VPNFilter. Canadian banks compromised? Cobalt gang is back. 51% attacks on blockchains. "Courvoisier" sentenced. NATO looks at Russia's weaponized jokes. 2018-05-29
UPnProxy infiltrates home routers — Research Saturday 2018-05-26
VPNFilter takedown. Low-cost Android phones with preloaded adware. Alexa's selective attention. BMW patches connected cars. Cryptocurrency crimes. New swatting charges. GDPR is here. 2018-05-25
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