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Title Date published
A Memcrash kill-switch. Shadow Brokers' leaked "Territorial Dispute" tools. Dutch DDoS, Indian hacks. FBI and backdoors. Notes from SINET ITSEF. 2018-03-08
Patchable vulnerabilities in Apache Struts and Exim. CombJack malware. DPRK vs. UN Panel of Experts. Cyberwar and legal limits. Espionage Act prosecution. Infowars turn grimly kinetic. 2018-03-07
Cyber espionage in Central and Eastern Europe. Cyber deterrence. Notes from Matrosskaya Tishina. Exabeam describes what crooks can get from your browser. 2018-03-06
Humanitarian organizations targeted. Memcrash extortion. Spring Break bug. Equifax breach update. Russian influence operations (and American "yelling and hollering"). 2018-03-05
Lebal malware phishes for victims. [Research Saturday] 2018-03-03
Memcrashing no longer just a theoretical possibility. Fancy Bear's pawprints in German networks and other peoples' embassies. Deterrence in cyberspace. High-profile fraud victims. 2018-03-02
Fancy Bear finds Berlin just right. RedDrop Android blackmail malware. Another AWS S3 exposure. FTC settles; SEC investigates. Blockchain radix malorum? 2018-03-01
Memcrash and amplification attacks. SAML vulnerabilities. Thanatos ransomware. Petya returns (so does Marcher). Deterrence and election security. 2018-02-28
Cryptojacking through an AWS S3 bucket. Threats, risk, and unintentional mistakes. Crime and punishment. Industry notes. Alien hackers? 2018-02-27
Olympic hacking—false flags and attack infrastructure. Cryptojacking. Smartphone security bans. Heraldic animals of hacking. 2018-02-26
Phishing for holiday winnings. [Research Saturday] 2018-02-24
Mirai variant establishes proxies. Buggy smart contracts. Banking glitch. Studies from Verizon, Thales. FTC addresses credential stuffing. 2018-02-23
Code signing certificates for sale. Impact of cybercrime on the world economy. Reaper out from under Lazarus's shadow. Catphishing. Cyber intelligence against terror. Ransomware and other hacks. 2018-02-22
SWIFT phishbait. DPRK hacking gets better; GRU hacking looks east. Coldroot RAT. Cryptojacking. Election cybersecurity. 2018-02-21
SWIFT fraud in India. DPRK hacking updates. Notes on Russian influence ops, both indictments and continuing activity. Alleged Florida gunman may have been an Internet known wolf. 2018-02-20
The uncanny HEX men. [Research Saturday] 2018-02-17
The complexities of Olympic Destroyer. More blame for Russia in the matter of NotPetya. Congress mulls election security. New York cyber milestone. Ed Snowden as phishbait. 2018-02-16
Olympic Destroyer took its time, compromised the IT supply chain. NotPetya attribution. Coin scams. Coin miners. Botnets old and new. 2018-02-15
Olympic Destroyer updates. Cyber forecasts from the US Intelligence Community. Patch notes. Cryptojacking and coinming. Ad blockers (also an incentive to coin mining). 2018-02-14
Patch Tuesday notes. Skype DLL hijacking vulnerability. Olympic Destroyer malware described. Lazarus Group newly active. BitGrail heist? Cyber Valentine. 2018-02-13

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