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The CyberWire briefings archive includes issues dating back to September 28, 2012. You can search or browse those issues here.

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The Week that Was, 10.19.19
Cyber espionage. Developments in cybercrime. Free speech and costs of doing business. Industry notes.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.18.19
Trojanized TOR browser. Key reinstallation attacks. Snaptube and clickfraud? Free speech online. Russo-US cooperation?
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.17.19
Cozy Bear never left. Iran says the Americans are dreaming. Graboid worms through Docker hosts. Audio steganography. Hundreds charged with online child exploitation.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.16.19
US cyberstrikes responded to oil field attacks. Comac industrial espionage. Criminal2Criminal. Reputation management as crime.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.15.19
Jamming social media. Silent Librarian update. Lazarus Group resumes AppleJeus deployment. Major firms sustain ransomware attacks.
The Week that Was, 10.12.19
APT35 targets a US presidential campaign. Updates on Russian election interference. Turla suspected behind Reductor RAT. Industry news and notes from Fort Meade.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.11.19
Attor: quiet and effective espionage. FIN7's new tricks. Ransomware and an Apple 0-day. Social credit? A look inside NSA's ICC.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.10.19
Europol cyber gang assessment. Protecting the DIB. Software supply chain issues. Alleged DIA leaker. China throws its info ops weight around.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.9.19
Twitter regrets how MFA data might have been inadvertently used. Reductor in Russia and Belarus. US Senate study of Russian election influence released. Patch Tuesday.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.8.19
Mustang Panda's target list. Drupalgeddon2 continues. Warnings about older VPNs. Huawei agonistes. Presidential campaign sites get privacy audit.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.7.19
Charming Kitten swats at 2020 US elections (and other things). Big Brazilian database auction on dark web. Suing Fleet Street. Paying the ransom.
The Week that Was, 10.5.19
Ransomware and disinformation as a service. Malware in the energy sector. Ransomware in hospitals.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.4.19
Android use-after-fee bug exploited in the wild. Egyptian intelligence services mount surveillance campaign. PKPLUG identified. Latest engagement in the Crypto Wars.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.3.19
Official warnings on ransomware and VPN exploits. EU orders Facebook content takedown. Spearphishing ANU. FireEye prepares itself for sale? China most active in industrial espionage.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.2.19
RATs, malvertising, ransomware, "forever days," and a big, exposed, taxpayer database.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 10.1.19
Boss troll sanctioned, again. Disinformation-as-a-service. Technological sovereignty? Collective defense vs. ransomware.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 9.30.19
Attacks on industrial IT systems. SimJacker detector. Bulletproof host raided. Gnosticplayers is (are?) back. E.R. isn't really into alt-coin.
The Week that Was, 9.28.19
Supply chain attacks, information operations, and "fleeceware." Legal news and industry notes.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 9.27.19
Supply chain attack against Airbus. Phishing spoofs Google Cloud services. vBulletin 0-day exploited in the wild. DoorDash hacked.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing, 9.26.19
Fake Narrator hits Windows systems. Lazarus Group in India. Fleeceware. US DNI to testify on Zelensky-Trump call. Yahoo settlement.