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NSA warns that Russia is actively exploiting patched VMware vulnerabilities. CISA alert also a warning to Iran. DeathStalker update. Market pressures in the Darknet. Greetings from Pyongyang. 2020-12-07
Ron Brash: Problem fixer in critical infrastructure. [OT] [Career Notes] 2020-12-06
SSL-based threats remain prevalent and are becoming increasingly sophisticated. [Research Saturday] 2020-12-05
2021 may look a lot like 2020 in cyberspace, only moreso. Cold chain cyberespionage. Cybercriminals are also interested in COVID-19 vaccines. And beware of online dog fraud. 2020-12-04
Cyberespionage and influence operations against prospective members of the incoming US Administration. Cold chain attacks. TrickBoot. Vasya, what do you do for a living? 2020-12-03
The Shadow Academy schools anglophone universities. Turla’s Crutch. Cryptojacking as misdirection. Cyberespionage against think tanks. DPRK tries to steal COVID-19 treatment data. 2020-12-02
Cryptojacking cyberspies sighted. Crooks mix banking Trojans and ransomware. Conti ransomware hits industrial IoT company. SCOTUS reviews CFAA. And predictions. 2020-12-01
Phishing for COVID-19 vaccine data. Bandook is back, and mercenaries have it. School’s out for ransomware. Skepticism about foreign election manipulation. The forever sales. 2020-11-30
Camille Stewart: Technology becomes more of an equalizer. [Legal] [Career Notes] 2020-11-29
Encore: Using global events as lures for malicious activity. 2020-11-28
Influence the gullible, and maybe others will follow. Event site sustains a data breach. Contact tracing and privacy protection. Ransomware, again. Social media used to intimidate witnesses. 2020-11-25
Mustang Panda needs to repent. Not the FBI. Dodgy consumer routers and smart doorbells. Prospective Presidential appointees and cyber. Crime and investigation. 2020-11-24
Ups and downs in the cyber underworld. Enduring effects of COVID-19 in cyberspace. Safer online shopping. “Take me home, United Road, to the place I belong, to Old Trafford, to see United…” 2020-11-23
James Hadley: Spend time on what interests you. [CEO] [Career Notes] 2020-11-22
Misconfigured identity and access management (IAM) is much more widespread. [Research Saturday] 2020-11-21
Prime Minister Johnson tells Parliament about the National Cyber Force. Vietnam squeezes Facebook. Chinese cyberespionage. SEO poisoning. Printing ransom notes. CISA leadership. 2020-11-20
Haunted virtual meetings. AWS APIs share vulnerabilities. US Intelligence Community conducts a post mortem on 2020 foreign election interference. Meet the future (a lot like the present, only moreso). 2020-11-19
Dream a FunnyDream of me. US CISA Director dismissed. Facebook, Twitter CEOs virtually visit the US Senate. Huawei CFO extradition update. Bad passwords. 2020-11-18
Hidden Cobra’s new tricks. Notes from the criminal underground. Draft EU data transfer regulations. And the coming ape-man disinformation. 2020-11-17
Cyberespionage and international norms of conduct in cyberspace. DarkSide establishes storage options for its affiliates. TroubleGrabber in Discord. Unapplied patches. 2020-11-16
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