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Daily: ShadowBrokers update. More consequences of the Yahoo! breach. Other sites suffer data compromises. US investigations of, plans for retaliation against, Russian influence operations proceed. 2016-12-19
Daily & Week in Review: US Election Assistance Commission hacked. US, Russia, swap hard words over influence operations. Ransomware updates. More on the effects of the Yahoo! breach. Autonomous vehicles approaching. 2016-12-16
Daily: Yahoo's big breach—industry reactions. Spyware circulates in the wild. Investigation of election hacking continues. Hacktivism and "faketivism." The ShadowBrokers are back. 2016-12-15
Daily: Nation-state hacking (and nation-state victims of hacking). Loyalty program breaches, and a new Android Trojan strain. 2016-12-14
Daily: SWIFT issues new fraud warnings. US investigates Russian influence operations. Patch news. Wages of sin are in-game purchases? 2016-12-13
Daily: Stressor, booter shoppers arrested. Small DDoS against Russian banks. Botnets and home routers. Popcorn Time ransomware. US investigates Russian influence operations. 2016-12-12
Daily & Week in Review: Korean cyber alert amid a presidential impeachment. Germany calls out Fancy Bear for influence ops. Georgia—the Dixie one, not the one in the Caucasus—demands a cyber explanation. Holiday phishing, the enduring DDoS threat, and 2016-12-09
Daily: IP theft in Germany. "Sledgehammer" looks like DDoS by Turkish patriotic hacktivists. Floki Bot and Dridex in the wild. Competition for cyber talent in a tight labor market. 2016-12-08
Daily: Ransomware updates. IP camera vulnerabilities. Steganography makes a comeback. Controlling content, with or without Internet autarky. Zo replaces Tay?  2016-12-07
Daily: State-directed cyberattacks in the 2017 forecast. Tenable's Cybersecurity Assurance Report Card. DDoS and ransomware notes. Content filtering in social media. Connected toys too curious. 2016-12-06
Presidential Commission on Cybersecurity offers its recommendations to the next President. Russia says its financial system is under cyber threat. Cybercrime notes, and a scorecard. 2016-12-05
Daily & Week in Review: Europol and its partners say they've got the head of the Avalanche snake. DDoS and IoT botnet updates. Android vulnerability. New rules for warrants and insider threats. 2016-12-02
Daily: Shamoon and Fancy Bear are back. Mirai never left. San Francisco Muni saved by good backups. New Android Trojan found. Firefox patches threat to Tor anonymity. Surveillance policy, ISIS investigations in Germany.  2016-12-01
Daily: Mirai remains a threat; experts expect more IoT-driven DDoS. ISIS, online radicalization, and terror attacks in the US. Snooper's Charter and its alternatives. Gooligan Android malware. 2016-11-30
Daily: ISIS online sympathizers (but not ISIS itself, which is lying a bit low) claim Ohio State attacker. German security agencies warn of possible Russian disruption of elections. Mirai strikes again. San Francisco's Muni shrugs off ransomware. A look a 2016-11-29
Securing a Deal - Cyber Security Venture Capitalists on what they look for. A CyberWire Special Edition. [Special Edition] 2016-11-29
Daily: Military, law enforcement cooperation take a toll of ISIS operators. DDoS investigations. Mirai botnet can be rented on the black market. Beware ATM skimmers. Ransomware hits San Francisco light rail. Bogus news of cable show hacking. 2016-11-28
Daily: ISIS shows a slightly different face in cyberspace. BITAG issues advice to the IoT industry. Jackpotting and carding investigated. 2016-11-23
Daily: Banks are vulnerable to more than carding and transfer fraud. Ransomware updates. Lessons for users from the Three Mobile hack. Biometrics (with hedgehog). Election hacking retrospective. 2016-11-22
Daily: More of the customary cybercrime, but with additional warnings of new ransomware vectors. Dodgy apps and holiday shopping. Credential abuse. No pardon for Snowden, for now, anyway. 2016-11-21
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