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DDoS continues to trouble New Zealand’s stock exchange. A glitch, not an attack. New Chinese export controls. Oversharing agencies? Who’s the bank robber? A botnet serving ad fraud. 2020-08-31
Jack Rhysider: Get your experience points in everything. [Career Notes] 2020-08-30
They fooled a lot of people. [Research Saturday] 2020-08-29
Stock exchange DDoS continues. Another criminal market exits. Pyongyang cybercrooks face criminal forfeiture. Instagram hijacking. Old malware returns. Treason’s motives. An attempt to hack Tesla. 2020-08-28
Cybercrime pays, criminal tools are commodities, and some cyber gangs get sophisticated. The skid market for booters. Pyongyang unleashes the BeagleBoyz. 2020-08-27
New Zealand stock exchange sustains DDoS attacks. Flash alert on GoldenSpy. Cyber mercenaries and industrial espionage. Lèse-majesté online. Offering $1 million to a potential co-conspirator? 2020-08-26
The pandemic and trends in cybersecurity. The secret to the handset’s low, low price? Fleeceware and adware. TikTok’s lawsuit. Influence ops. Bogus Bitcoin exchange. 2020-08-25
Crooks and spies, together again? Hiding ad-fraud malware in an SDK. A turn to the DarkSide. 2020-08-24
Kiersten Todt: Problem solving and building solutions. [Career Notes] 2020-08-23
Using global events as lures. [Research Saturday] 2020-08-22
Transparent Tribe upgrades Crimson RAT. More countries interested in influencing US elections. University pays ransom. 2020-08-21
Gamaredon Group is phishing ahead of Ukraine’s independence day. North Korea blamed for BLINDINGCAN RAT. Google patches Gmail flaw. 2020-08-20
Phone spearphishing is catching on after the Twitter hack. Taiwan blames China for hacking government agencies. FritzFrog botnet is cryptomining, for now. 2020-08-19
Patriotic hacktivism? Cryptomining worm steals AWS credentials. Carnival discloses data incident. 2020-08-18
North Korea harasses defectors. Researchers exploited Emotet bug for six months. RedCurl APT conducts corporate espionage. 2020-08-17
Trying for a win, win, win game. [Career Notes] 2020-08-16
The ABCs of cybersecurity for the education sector. [CyberWire-X] 2020-08-16
Waiting for their victims. [Research Saturday] 2020-08-15
Bad Woodcutter is still bad, but not invincible. CactusPete is in Eastern European networks. Exploiting COVID-19. Celebrity endorsements (not). 2020-08-14
This Woodcutter’s no Railsplitter. Operation Dream Job. COVID-19 phishing. 2020-08-13
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