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Women in Cybersecurity 2017: A CyberWire Special Edition 2017-04-12
Word zero-day spreading Dridex. Password reuse bites Amazon third-party sellers. Mirai now mines Bitcoin. WikiLeaks, the ShadowBrokers, and war in Syria. Cyber first use. Crypto wars in Europe. APT10 in India. Penn State prof takes  Gödel Prize 2017-04-11
Information operations respond to kinetic strikes. Dallas emergency sirens hacked. Alleged spam king arrested. Okta files its IPO. 2017-04-10
APT10's Operation TradeSecret. BrickerBot may be vigilante PDoS. Amnesia and Sathurbot exploit known vulnerabilities in, respectively, DVRs and WordPress. Ransomware, surveillance, and info ops updates. 2017-04-07
Operations TradeSecret and Cloudhopper attributed to APT10. Third party risks. Lazarus Group update. US investigation of Russian influence operations and US surveillance allegations proceeds. 2017-04-06
Operation Cloudhopper. Chrysaor spyware. Microsoft to upgrade Office security. Notes from SeaAirSpace. High school hacking. 2017-04-05
Pegasus version now affects Android. UK on alert for ISIS infrastructure cyberattack. DPRK tied, again, to Bangladesh Bank heist. Fancy Bear and Turla updates. Samsung Tizen 0-day. Tax season security.  2017-04-04
WikiLeaks dumps alleged CIA obfuscation code. Attribution skeptics speculate about Russian ops (or the lack thereof). ISIS information operations manual revealed. RATs in the wild. 2017-04-03
Fancy Bear's phishing expeditions. Cryptowars and privacy regs in the EU. Is that really you, Dr. Niebuhr?  2017-03-31
Apple patched this week—how are your systems? Lastpass working on a patch for an undescribed bug (said to be complex). What IT staff actually work on. And a long talk about emerging Administration cyber policy. 2017-03-30
Hybrid warfare objectives and tactics. Physical threats, lost and found. Vulnerability and threat recap. 2017-03-29
Updates on Cozy Bear and Shamoon tradecraft. Crypto wars flare in the UK. FBI warns of attacks against FTP servers. Typosquatting, scareware, and other problems. 2017-03-28
Lone wolves howl to each other over WhatsApp? Industry yawns at WikiLeaks zero-days. How online gamers cheat. America's JobLink breach update. Ukrainian artillery hack notes. April 7 deadlines. 2017-03-27
WikiLeaks' Vault 7 "Dark Matter" docs. Information operations, Russian style and ISIS style. Job database exposed.  2017-03-24
Newly disclosed threats and vulnerabilities, mostly criminal. Catphishing peer review. The US may indict North Korea for the Bangladesh Bank heist.   2017-03-23
Laptop restrictions are for physical, not cyber reasons. Necurs is back, pumping and dumping. MajikPOS notes. 2017-03-22
Extortion claims. Election influence operations seem likely to continue. A Russian bank claims it's being framed by DNS spoofing. "Cyber Pearl Harbor" fears may be a distraction. 2017-03-21
Careless criminals, Cisco mitigations, and Vault 7 disclosure conditions. A look at the Atlantic Council's Cyber 9/12. Cabin fever and malware infections. Kirk ransomware. 2017-03-20
Cyberspace and "Cold War Two." Who's leaking to WikiLeaks? Wishbone breached—warn the kids. Crimeware-as-a-service. The Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act. 2017-03-17
Lazarus Group is back. Dun & Bradstreet loses data; so does ABTA. Patriotic cyber rioting or state influence operations. US indicts four in the Yahoo! breach. 2017-03-16
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