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RSA 2017 Roundup – Perspectives, Pitches and Predictions 2017-03-07
Warnings of DNSMessenger. Cyber deterrence, and cyber offensive operations. Notes on DDoS. Election surveillance allegations.   2017-03-06
Risk mitigation scores some wins this week. Amazon finds the typo that took out the Internet. Symantec gets into the VC game. Yahoo! agonistes. Wassenaar's prospects. PRC wants cyber peace. And farewell to Howard Schmidt. 2017-03-03
Online banking funds transfer fraud. Telegram and phone scams. FCC regulatory update. Insider threats in the IC. And bad robots. 2017-03-02
Internet outages were errors, not attacks. Evolving Trojans and botnets. M&A news. Cyber casus belli. Terminators and teddy bears. 2017-03-01
Alleged BND surveillance of news organizations. Snake Wine in Japan, for disinformation? Singapore military phished. Google discloses more Microsoft unpatched bugs. Cloudbleed update. CloudPets may have privacy issues. 2017-02-28
If I Only Had a Brain... Artificial Intelligence Gets Real at RSA 2017 - CyberWire Special Edition 2017-02-28
Cloudbleed and what it means to you. Ransomware updates. News from the Moscow treason trials. Coachella Festival breached. 2017-02-27
SHA-1 is broken. Grizzly Steppe and Carbanak. M&A notes. Linux patched. Arrest in Deutsche Telekom hack. The insecurities of connected cars.  2017-02-24
Patcher ransomware. Locky, Cryptowall, and Cerber are still active; so is old-fashioned blackmail. NSA keeps the VEP. Reactions to New York State's cyber regs for banks. Observations of BugDrop, and thoughts on cyber war and attribution. 2017-02-23
Influence operations. A new Mirai version is potentially more dangerous than the old one. Proofs of concept. New York's cyber security regulations for banks. What Verizon will get from Yahoo! 2017-02-22
A coming surge in North Korean hacking? Middle Eastern cyber espionage campaigns. Microsoft patch issues. Infowar updates. NIST's draft electrical utility cyber guidance. Problematic toys. 2017-02-21
International norms of cyber conflict. Fancy Bear's tradecraft (with a side of дезинформа́ция). RDPPatcher, Cerber, Ticketbleed, and Hermes. And the vibe around RSA 2017. 2017-02-17
Ukraine accused Russia of renewed hacking by BlackEnergy actors. ASLR bypass proof-of-concept reported.  Notes from RSA, and an update on Android gunnery malware. 2017-02-16
Nation-states or criminal gangs? Update on Polish banking attacks. And an update on RSA. 2017-02-15
RSA Updates. Microsoft calls for Geneva Convention for cyber. Phishing. 2017-02-14
Cyber attacks reported in the Middle East, from both states and non-state actors. Italy's Foreign Ministry hacked for months in 2016. Cyber and kinetic operations. RSA's Innovation Sandbox. 2017-02-13
Patching: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Script kiddies and disinhibition (with a caution about attribution). Industry notes, RSA, and Valentine's Day. 2017-02-10
The Martin NSA-contractor case. Fileless malware hits banks worldwide. DDoS tools undergo refinement. Ransomware developments. Industry notes. 2017-02-09
Islamist hackers hit websites in Britain and Austria. Mac malware linked to Iran. Criminals follow the money into the cloud. M&A notes. Dendroid RAT author gets probation. 2017-02-08
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