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The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 12.11.19
Cyberattacks against Iran? Trickbot goes to Pyongyang. UK election disinformation. Cryptowars. Ransomware, again.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 12.10.19
Cyberattack disables Pensacola city networks. Ryuk decryptors may cause data loss. The US Justice Department IG reports on Crossfire Hurricane.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 12.9.19
Ocean Lotus takes root in car manufacturers. Influence operations and national elections. People are still using Windows 7.
The Week that Was, 12.7.19
Iranian threat actors have a new wiper. China fires its Great Cannon. Dridex gang indicted and sanctioned.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 12.6.19
Dridex gang indicted. Facebook sues over ad fraud. Unix-based VPN traffic vulnerable to tampering.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 12.5.19
Criminal2Criminal commodities: Buran and Buer. The Great Cannon opens fire. Trolling in Kaunas.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 12.4.19
NCSC investigates possible Russian influence ops. ZeroCleare wiper in the wild. What Lazarus Group wanted. War clauses.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 12.3.19
Disinformation campaign before UK elections? Chinese acquisition of quantum technology. FaceApp warning. PyXie RAT. Ethereum developer charged by US.
Cosmic AES Signals and Space for December 2019
Space technology and operations news for November, 2019. Cyberattacks, hybrid warfare, and space as an operational domain. Rapid prototyping and the development of doctrine.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 12.2.19
ANSSI won't rule out retaliation for medical center attack. Facebook tells users Singapore thinks they've got it wrong. MixCloud breached. Shop safely if shop you must.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 11.27.19
Fullz House this Thanksgiving? Nation-state phishing. Stantinko goes after Monero. Supply chain security.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 11.26.19
Facebook, Twitter, warn of data-harvesting 3rd-party apps. Nursing homes hit up for $14 million in ransom. US DoE's cybersecurity program assessed. A look back at Sony. Advice on safe shopping.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 11.25.19
Leaks, defectors, and Beijing. Golden Falcon in Kazakhstan. Data enrichment shops expose personal data? US advances Huawei, ZTE ban. Moscow wants devices preloaded with Russian software.
The Week that Was, 11.23.19
Kittens in the ICS? Someone must own that server that exposed four terabytes of PII. Google Play's Sandworm infestation. Louisiana vs. ransomware. Gekko Group data exposure.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 11.22.19
Sandworm in the Play Store. Info ops come full circle. Bogus LinkedIn accounts. Rouen hospital hit with ransomware. Investigating Pegasus. Internet sovereignty.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 11.21.19
APT33 update. Microsoft debunks Teams, BlueKeep claims. Amazon asked to explain Ring security. RIPlace attack tactics. 5G czar?
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 11.20.19
Louisiana works to recover its systems. Cyborg ransomware spread via spam. US student charged with coding for ISIS.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 11.19.19
Phishing in India's aerospace sector. Louisiana fights off ransomware. New Trojan campaigns. Macy's and Magecart.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 11.18.19
India reassures partners over Kudankulam security. NY Times dumps Chinese, Iranian leaked documents. US opposes Russia in UN over cybercrime treaty. Phineas Fisher and the Lizard Squad resurface.
The Week that Was, 11.16.19
DPRK still busy in cyberspace. Pemex recovering from ransomware. GridEx V. APT33 is back. Industry news and legal notes.