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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
Daily & Week in Review: US DNI Clapper says Russia "curtailed" election hacking after being named. Three Mobile breached. Android and iOS issues. Good news on ransomware. Start-up rundown. China calls its Internet controls "wisdom." 2016-11-18
Daily: Social media aren't automatically on the right side of history, it seems. More on the Adups backdoor. Holiday shopping cyber-safety and security. 2016-11-17
Daily: An insider threat deadline approaches. Lawful intercept tools from Italy. Carbanak moves to new targets. Security policy in Germany and the US. A guilty plea in the TalkTalk hack. 2016-11-16
Daily: It walks, it talks, it reports to Shanghai. Locky takes a run at US Army Cyber Command. CrySis decrypted. SpamTorte 2.0 is out. Adults should be warned off by "adult." 2016-11-15
Daily: Russian banks suffer IoT botnet DDoS. Fancy Bear's still phishing. Lessons from Tesco fraud. Third-party risk hits Michael Page. Casino Rama data breach. Adult website loses data for 339 million accounts. FTC litigation. Moscow anti-trust case. 2016-11-14
Daily: Yahoo! warns Verizon deal may be at risk. More OPM-themed ransomware phishing. Cyber policy advice for, and speculation about, the next US Administration. 2016-11-10
US elections proceeded undisrupted by hacking. Patch Tuesday review. Banking Trojans, Android trigger-malware, and thermostats gone wild. 2016-11-09
Daily: Election Day cyber updates. Mirai goes to pieces. Five Eyes and Europol take down dark web souks. Turkey and clamps down on their Internet. 2016-11-08
Daily: Election Eve cyber threat roundup. Retail bank Tesco stops online banking after wave of fraud. 2016-11-07
Mirai, "Botnet #14," hits Liberian networks. Anonymous doesn't much care for either jihad or the Man. A new security company forms with acquisition of Cryptzone, Catbird, Easy Solutions, and Brainspace. Election hacking updates. 2016-11-04
Daily: Sources say FBI is confident foreign intelligence services penetrated former Secretary of State's private email server. WikiLeaks says it's not a Russian tool. Notes on industry; notes on cybercrime. 2016-11-03
Daily: To disclose or not to disclose…in public. A look into the dark web. Chrome and Firefox disallow shaky certificates. Anonymous gets an incomplete. The Shadow Brokers are still after the Wealthy Elite. 2016-11-02
Daily: The Shadow Brokers say trick or treat to the Amerikanski. Are free elections like free beer? Google wants faster patching. The state of Mirai. 2016-11-01
Daily: Halloween special: mummies, lycanthropes, vampires, villagers with pitchforks, and virtual stakes through virtual hearts. 2016-10-31
Daily & Week in Review: Not all experts agree you should resign yourself to being hacked. The state of fraud, 2016. Ransomware and DDoS updates. The Kremlin gets doxed. 2016-10-28
Exploring Cyber Security Education [Special Edition] 2016-10-28
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