More signal, less noise—we distill the day’s critical cyber security news into a concise daily briefing.


Title Date published
Hamas calls for intifada; hacktivism expected. Ethiopian government surveillance ops. Crime and cryptocurrency. Keylogger in the wild. Fixes to MacOS, Android app development tools. Uber hack and bug bounties. 2017-12-07
Satori botnet is awake (and it's not engaged in enlightenment). State-sponsored spyware campaigns. ISIS threatens cyberattacks. 2017-12-06
Andromeda takedown (with an arrest in Belarus). Mirai is back; Reaper still threatens. PayPal phishing. Tech support scam evolves. Cryptowars notes. SEC goes after an ICO. 2017-12-05
Nghia Hoang Pho charged with mishandling classified NSA material. A review of other recent leaks. Kaspersky under fire in the UK. More Uber executives depart. 2017-12-04
Staying ahead of Fast Flux Networks — Research Saturday 2017-12-02
Flynn pleads guilty in Mueller probe. Misconfigured AWS S3 buckets, again. Election trolling and spy versus oligarch. Black Friday fraud down. Crime and punishment. 2017-12-01
Breaches, extortion, and insider threats. Credit bureaus and GDPR. HP addresses spyware allegations. When is a snack bag more than a snack bag? 2017-11-30
Building your cyber security career — CyberWire Special Edition 2017-11-30
Another misconfigured AWS S3 bucket, this one with US Army INSCOM files. Apple fixes a major issue in MacOS. Influence ops and autarky. Boyusec disbanded. 2017-11-29
Who's the third man in the Shadow Brokers leaks? ISIS diaspora means more ISIS online. Monero miner identified. Tizi backdoored apps booted from Google Play. Scarab ransomware. M&A notes. Indictments in IP theft. 2017-11-28
Breach disclosure: fast and slow. Mirai's minor comeback. Anti-ISIS Hacktivsts strike Amaq. North Koreans studying blockchain. Alleged Game of Thrones hacker indicted. 2017-11-27
Waiting for Terdot, a sneaky banking Trojan — Research Saturday 2017-11-25
The Right to Be Forgotten with Yale Law School's Tiffany Li 2017-11-22
Cyberspace in Peace and War author Martin C. Libicki 2017-11-21
PwC Principal Jocelyn Aqua on Earning Consumer Trust and Business 2017-11-20
Dark Net Pricing with Flashpoint's Liv Rowley — Research Saturday 2017-11-18
AWS S3 misconfigurations. Kaspersky's report on the Equation Group affair. Cybercrime notes. DPRK cyber campaigns. The VEP reviews continue positive. Amazon Key has issues. 2017-11-17
Revisions to the US VEP (and comparisons to China's). DPRK hacking. Laurel mole hunt. BlueBorne is back. Snakes in the Play Store. Can you sound like a child? 2017-11-16
Hidden Cobra's RATs. IoT bugs. Patch Tuesday notes. Backdoored smartphones. Russian trolling, propaganda. DPRK short wave hacked? 2017-11-15
Influence operations in Catalonia? IcedID banking Trojan. The Shadow Brokers: an intelligence service or a bunch of moles? Patch notes. 2017-11-14

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