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CrashOverride update. Influence ops harder to disrupt than infrastructure. Samba exploited for cryptocurrency mining. NSO Group for sale. Botnets and fake news. Airliner laptop bans. 2017-06-13
CrashOverride implicated in Ukraine grid hack—possibly as a proof-of-concept. Hack-induced Gulf diplomatic troubles continue. New malware strains, exploits appear. 2017-06-12
Comey's testimony calls Russian election influence operations massive and ongoing. New Android malware. Malicious hyperlinks infect with a mouse-over. Data privacy issues. 2017-06-09
Qatar—provocation, and disinformation online. Influence operations move from doxing to disinformation. 2FA still a good idea. Former FBI Director Comey testifies. And assume the boss is watching. 2017-06-08
Farewell to Jean Sammet, co-developer of COBOL. Remembering Midway. NSA leak investigation. Signs of Russian disinformation in the Gulf. Data breaches, script kiddies, EternalBlue, and Turla. 2017-06-07
Report leaked on Russian influence operations (alleged leaker in custody). ISIS continues inspiration; anarchist groups said to follow same playbook. The DarkOverlord is back. 2017-06-06
ISIS claims responsibility for inspiring attacks in London. More are expected during Ramadan. Hacks roil Middle Eastern diplomatic waters. Ransomware updates. Indian investigates possible aircraft hacking. 2017-06-05
Patriotic and free-spirited hacking? WikiLeaks has a new Vault7 dump. Cyber conflict over the South China Sea. Fireball malware infests more than 250 million devices. Trident security. Kmart breach. Bikers turn hackers. 2017-06-02
It's the first of June, and the ShadowBrokers' exploit-of-the-month club is open for business (exploits to be delivered to subscribers in July). 2017-06-01
Exploit-of-the-month club open for business. Disinformation technology. Lazarus Group tied to North Korean intelligence (again). Extortion is big, but carding is still with us. Spammy apps in Google Play. 2017-05-31
Implications of Manchester bombing investigation on policy, Five Eyes relations. British Airways IT outage. Fancy Bear and Malta? ShadowBrokers prep exploit-of-the-month club. Google deals with Chrome, PlayStore issues. Mall boards and ricrolling. 2017-05-30
WannaCry aftershocks. Influence ops and data corruption. Samba patched. Biometrics and impersonation. GDPR approaches. US legislation update. 2017-05-26
Worm alert. Stumblebums or masterminds? Widia commodity ransomware in its early stages. Taking the fight to ISIS in cyberspace. 2017-05-25
Manchester bombing investigators look at bomber's network. EnSilo patches ESTEEMAUDIT. Cron cyber gangsters arrested. What we hear at the Cyber Investing Summit. 2017-05-24
ISIS claims Manchester concert bombing. The case for a North Korean Wannacry. US lawmakers consider cyber legislation. 2017-05-23
How were US agents in China compromised between 2010 and 2012? EternalBlue updates (including notes on WannaCry and EternalRock). 2017-05-22
WannaCry wraps up its first week. No patches for Marshmallow. Women in Cybersecurity survey results. 2017-05-19
OilRig hires the Russian cyber-mob. WannaCry updates. Other EternalBlue exploits surface in the wild. Pending legislation in the US Congress. NIST issues guidelines for Executive Order compliance. 2017-05-18
Gothic Panda seems to have a government job. Not all extortion is ransomware (ask Disney). WannaCry update. The ShadowBrokers are back. So is WikiLeaks 2017-05-17
WannaCry, worm wars, ransomware pandemics, and a place for kill switches. And what might a cyber Pearl Harbor look like? 2017-05-16
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