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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
Motives behind NotPetya, other operations. Verizon customer data exposed. Industry notes. Licensing hackers in Singapore. 2017-07-13
Patch Tuesday. Infrastructure hacking and hackers. Industry notes. Influence operations. Jamming a radio station. 2017-07-12
Russia's phishing for nuclear power plants. NATO offers aid to Ukraine. Election hacking updates. M&A and venture news. Crime, punishment, and cryptocurrency. 2017-07-11
Infrastructure hacking. No Russo-American agreement in cyberspace. Android malware infestations. Misspelling as OPSEC 2017-07-10
NotPetya still looks like an act of state; intended result or not, companies warn of possible material effect from the attack. Another S3 database found exposed. 2017-07-07
Ukraine says it blocked a second wave of NotPetya attacks. Notes on hybrid warfare and the challenges of sharing data. Will the EU get a right to repair? 2017-07-06
Recovering from NotPetya. State-actor seen behind wiper attack. Ukraine mulls criminal negligence charges. Documents behind US Congressional wariness of Kaspersky. 2017-07-05
Recovery and attribution: Petya/Nyetya/NotPetya. Cyber conflict and collective defense. Online inspiration and online censorship. The EU's regulatory big stick. Vishing Parliament. 2017-07-03
What's up with Petya/Nyetya/NotPetya? It's a wiper—the extortion is just misdirection. WikiLeaks dumps "OutlawCountry" from Vault7. The ShadowBrokers raise prices. Russia says boo to cybercrime. 2017-06-30
Ransomware, nyet; wiper, da. Shipping, manufacturing, and Big Law may share some common risks. WikiLeaks and the ShadowBrokers are back again. 2017-06-29
IoT 2017 – Securing the Things: A CyberWire Special Edition 2017-06-29
Petya/PetrWrap/Goldeneye updates. 2017-06-28
Petya goes WannaCry one better. Westminster email hack. ISIS in Maryland and Ohio websites. 2017-06-27
Brute-forcing Parliament. Election hacking retaliation? Cyberspies hunt IP in East Asia. Microsoft security issues. ISIS hacktivists deface Ohio websites.  2017-06-26
Vault7 leak: Brutal Kangaroo toolkit. Data breach and ransomware updates. Notes on code audit requirements. 2017-06-23
WannaCry's back and the industrial IoT's got it. Business email scams hit the unwary (and most of would count as unwary). Testimony on Russian election influence operations. Grid security. 2017-06-22
Investigation, introspection, watchdogs, and leakers. The risk of collecting and storing data.  2017-06-21
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