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Facebook agonistes. Really agonizing. Ad-supported apps like them some data. Sino-US trade tensions and Chinese cyber espionage. Russian wet work and disinformation. Western reprisals. 2018-04-05
Facebook boots Russian trolls for being trolls. Zuckerberg will testify before Congress. Different continents, different privacy protections. YouTube shootings. Pipeline hacks. Panera Bread's incident response. 2018-04-04
Magento brute-forcing. Android IM spyware. njRAT updated. Panera breach. Pipeline operator hacked. Cyber tensions. Cambridge Analytica named in class action suit. 2018-04-03
Department stores suffer a paycard breach. Atlanta still working on SamSam recovery. Ransomware in India. SWIFT fraud attempt. Facebook's troubles. Kremlin doxed. Reality Winner case update. 2018-04-02
Chasing FlawedAMMYY — Research Saturday 2018-03-31
Under Armour fitness app breached. Warning shot from WannaCry. Lazarus Group update. Aadhaar security questions. Ransomware and city governments. FBI agent charged in leak case. 2018-03-30
Russia retaliates against the US with tit-for-tat PNGs, consular closure. Assange has no more Internet (until he behaves). Fauxpersky and WannaCry seen in the wild. Facebook works on privacy. 2018-03-29
Tensions over Salisbury nerve agent attack remain high. BranchScope raises concerns about side-channel attacks. Facebook data scandal updates. Atlanta and Baltimore recover from hacks. 2018-03-28
Blockchains that bind us — Special Edition 2018-03-28
Phishing from the library. Facebook and Cambridge Analytica updates. Bots as propaganda readers. SamSam still plagues Atlanta. Aadhaar leaky? Many nations expel Russian diplomats. 2018-03-27
Persona non grata, Ivan Ivanovich. Grid threat worries. Data scandal updates. Malware notes. Reaction to Iranian indictments. Alleged Carbanak kingpin collared. 2018-03-26
Code comments cause SAML conundrum — Research Saturday 2018-03-24
US indicts Iranian hackers. Guccifer 2.0 is a GRU Bear. Atlanta hit with ransomware. Equifax breach cost consumers plenty. Facebook's troubles persist, as do Cambridge Analytica's. 2018-03-23
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
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