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Spearphishing utility companies. Bellingcat as gadfly, and target. Facebook takes down more coordinated inauthenticity. Card skimming. Tech regulation. Random acts of cruelty. 2019-08-02
Capital One investigation update. Don’t give up on the cloud. Exposed databases and backdoors. Cybercrime as high-stakes poker. Phishing the financials. Bots on holiday. 2019-08-01
Capital One breach update. CISA warns of avionics CAN bus vulnerabilities. More attacks on local Louisiana governments. Change at the SEC. Cyber summer school for NATO, EU diplomats. 2019-07-31
Capital One sustains a major data breach. Phishing in LinkedIn. VxWorks patches and mitigations. Brute-forcing NAS credentials. LAPD doxed? 2019-07-30
Bears sniff at Bellingcat. Magecart in spoofed domains. MyDoom is still active. Shipboard malware was Emotet. Hutchins sentenced. Digital assistants have big ears. Taxes owed on alt-coin gains. 2019-07-29
Special Edition - Cult of the Dead Cow author Joseph Menn extended interview 2019-07-28
Day to day app fraud in the Google Play store — Research Saturday 2019-07-27
Winnti and other Chinese espionage activity. Volume I of the US Senate report on election meddling is out. Ransomware from Sabine, Louisiana, to Johannesburg, South Africa. 2019-07-26
News about Russian and Chinese government threat actors. Powerful crimeware active in Brazil. BlueKeep really needs to be patched. Messenger Kids issues. Dispatches from the cryptowars. 2019-07-25
Lancaster University breached. Kazakhstan is testing out HTTPS interception. The UK postpones its decision on Huawei’s 5G gear. The FTC is requiring Facebook to set up a privacy committee. 2019-07-24
Venezuela blames power failure on exotic sabotage, again. Huawei may have built North Korea’s 3G wireless networks. Were record privacy fines high enough? Logic bombing the customer. 2019-07-23
FSB contractor hacked. Pegasus now able to rummage clouds? Iranian cyber ops spike. Fraudulent student profiles. Judgement in Equifax FTC case. NSA hoarder gets nine years. 2019-07-22
Special Edition — The Fifth Domain coauthor Richard A. Clarke 2019-07-21
Nansh0u not your normal cryptominer — Research Saturday 2019-07-20
Following K3chang. Bulgaria’s tax agency breach. An alternative currency gets some incipient regulatory scrutiny. Why towns are hit with ransomware. A hair-care hack. 2019-07-19
TrickBot’s new tricks. Poisoning the ad supply chain. Clouds get schooled. Novel phishing tackle, but stale bait. Cyberwar powers. Election interference. FaceApp fears. Bad macro suspect arrested. 2019-07-18
Telco data breach. Firmware supply chain problems. Hacking BLE. Census security. Continuity of operations. Decryptor for GandCrab, NSPM 13. Bulgaria’s tax hack. 2019-07-17
GandCrab hoods may be back with new ransomware. Video-on issues. Broadcom-Symantec talks are off, for now. Treason or just business? Robo-calls. A decryptor for Ims0rry ransomware. 2019-07-16
Voting machine woes. Router exploits trouble Brazil, Bitpoint alt-coin exchange investigates theft. Facebook fined $5 billion. Power failures probably unrelated to cyberattacks. Amazon Prime phishing. 2019-07-15
Opportunistic botnets round up vulnerable routers — Research Saturday 2019-07-13
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