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Patches, passwords, wipers, and pseudoransomware. New fronts in hybrid war? KONNI, OnionDog, and Israbye. 2017-08-09
Power grid risks. Update on the Mandiant employee hack. "Mr. Smith" holds HBO for ransom. Shipping industry looks for GPS backup. DHL sees a NotPetya windfall. Google patches ten Android remote-code execution vulnerabilities. NIST issues a Cybersecurity W 2017-08-08
US Army bans DJI COTS drones. Amazon will scan AWS customers' S3 buckets for public accessibility. Recommendations for election security. Marcus Huchins pleads not guilty to Kronos-related charges. 2017-08-07
MalwareTech arrested over Kronos banking Trojan. "Bateleur" in the wild. Long DDoS hits Chinese telco. Russian influence operations no longer novel? FBI investigates HBO hack. 2017-08-04
WikiLeaks dumps Dumbo dox. HBO's hack gets bigger. Group IB outs the United Islamic Cyber Force. Cerber goes after Bitcoin. Lawsuits over NotPetya; more companies warn. Election fraud in Venezuela. 2017-08-03
Following up on security scrambles in Sweden and Ukraine. #LeakTheAnalyst. Blu Product phones booted by Amazon. BitCoin's hard fork. The Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017. 2017-08-02
HBO hacked. Operation #LeakTheAnalyst targets individual security researchers. Election hacking notes. UK's Home Secretary opposes strong encryption. Russia bans VPNs. Bitcoin, crime, and punishment. 2017-08-01
Black Hat 2017 - Research and Investment - CyberWire Special Edition 2017-08-01
Investigation into ShadowBrokers focuses on former insiders. Threat analyst doxed. Trickbot and NotPetya updates. Sweden's big breach. DPRK hacks online gaming for revenue. 2017-07-31
WikiLeaks and the ShadowBrokers are both back. Catphishing the French elections. Pyongyang's Bitcoin miners. Malware notes, industry news, and a rundown of the Pwnie Awards. 2017-07-28
"Mia Ash" is an Iranian catphish. WikiLeaks dumps UMBRAGE from Vault7. Germany braces for hacking by Russia, China, and Iran. Google kicks unwelcome intercept tool Lipizzan out of the PlayStore. WhatsApp scammers phish for banking credentials. Anti-drone 2017-07-27
Counterattackers' advantage? Juche no competition for cat videos, next-day delivery. CopyKitten crude but effective. FBI investigated Fruitfly Mac malware. Adobe will retire Flash in 2020. BSides notes. 2017-07-26
Google Groups oversharing. E-discovery don'ts. Energetic Bear may be back. The CopyKittens seem to be Persian cats. Ethereum hacks (and white hats). 2017-07-25
Buckets leak, but so do CDs. NotPetya and Sandworm. Fruitfly versus Macs. ISIS strained in cyberspace. A look at dark web souks. Hacked fish tank. 2017-07-24
Hansa Market takedown. Recovery from EternalBlue exploits is a long slog. Banking malware rising. Power grid vulnerabilities. Devil's Ivy and the IoT. A look at criminal markets. 2017-07-21
Configuring AWS buckets. New threats and vulnerabilities. Apple and Oracle patch. 2017-07-20
Dow Jones AWS S3 bucket exposed. FedEx 10-K and NotPetya. Game of Thrones torrent virus. Securing voting. Botnet defense research. M&A and VC notes. Initial coin offering hacked. 2017-07-19
Qatar and the United Arab Emirates at loggerheads over hacking. Commonly used gSOAP IoT code vulnerable to exploitation. A data exposure risk in connected toys. And what could be in that EULA. 2017-07-18
Qatar accuses UAE of disinformation, hacking campaign. Other international cyberconflict. Ransomware and clickfraud in one campaign. Banking credential-stealing malware vs. Macs. 2017-07-17
More from WikiLeaks' Vault7. Cyber ops and national policy. NotPetya's costs. Clouds of misconfiguration. Chasing innovation. AlphaBay takedown. Phishbait. 2017-07-14
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