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Kaspersky loses court challenge to US Government ban. Cryptomix ransomware. US Departments of Commerce, Homeland Security, and Energy plan resiliency. A packrat at CIA? Reboot your routers. 2018-05-31
More North Korean malware identified. EOS scanned for misconfigurations by parties unknown. Canadian banks won't pay extortion. Stay away from Joker's Stash. Crime and punishment. 2018-05-30
Rebooting routers against VPNFilter. Canadian banks compromised? Cobalt gang is back. 51% attacks on blockchains. "Courvoisier" sentenced. NATO looks at Russia's weaponized jokes. 2018-05-29
UPnProxy infiltrates home routers. [Research Saturday] 2018-05-26
VPNFilter takedown. Low-cost Android phones with preloaded adware. Alexa's selective attention. BMW patches connected cars. Cryptocurrency crimes. New swatting charges. GDPR is here. 2018-05-25
VPNFilter and battlespace preparation. XENOTIME may be back, and after industrial systems. GDPR updates. Following Presidential Tweets. 2018-05-24
Variant 4 and other chipset vulnerabilities. Confucius and Patchwork. Turla goes two-stage. Misconfigured not-for-profit bucket. ZTE's fraying lifeline. Facebook and the EU. Brain Food. 2018-05-23
Speculative Store Bypass. GPON-based botnet. Customer data exposures. Roaming Mantis gets more capable. Nation-state threats. 2018-05-22
DPRK's Sun Team works from three apps in Google Play. PII for sale in Zheijiang. SPEI theft. Jihadist content in social media. SEA charges. DDoS-for-hire sentencing. ZipperDown bug. 2018-05-21
Threat actors hijack Lojack. [Research Saturday] 2018-05-19
Something Wicked this way comes. Automating wallet pilferage. Office 365 phsihing scams. DPRK hackers remain active. Recognizing alt-coin investment frauds. 2018-05-18
Competing for terrorist mindshare. ICS threat group update. AnonPlus vandalizes US state sites. GDPR's disclosure timeline. Congressional hearings. DarkOverlord collared. 2018-05-17
Spyware campaigns: phishing and watering holes. Signal patches (fast). DHS cyber strategy. Russian election hacking. Cyber Investing Summit. Do smart people pick better passwords? 2018-05-16
Email client vulnerabilities. Sanctions and trade policy. FinFisher in Turkey. myPersonality data scandal. Patch news. High school phishing. 2018-05-15
Unauthorized banking transfers in Mexico? A lifeline for ZTE. Iranian cyber op-tempo rises. Russian troll farm's ad buys. Reining in apps. Cell tracking. Anonymous is back. 2018-05-14
Three pillars of Artificial Intelligence. [Research Saturday] 2018-05-12
Vigilantes and hacktivists. Point-of-sale malware source code leaks. Malicious extensions and apps. US Federal indictments: spying and hacking. Robo-caller gets record fine. 2018-05-11
Cyber conflict between Iran and the US widely expected. ALLENITE threat group is after US, UK power grids. Jack-in-the-Box vulnerability. Signal's memory. Is ZTE going down? 2018-05-10
Subborn IoT botnets. Razzle-dazzle HTML phishing lure. Fancy Bear's false flag. Busy Yahoo boys. Crooks turn from Tor to Telegram. Kaspersky and contractors. Patch notes. SB 315 vetoed. 2018-05-09
Greek and Turkish hacktivists swap defacements. Process Doppelgänging in the wild. GDRP is coming (like winter, for you Game of Thrones fans.) Profiling infosec enthusiasts. 2018-05-08
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