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Tension in the Middle East and the Korean Peninsula. The creation of Space Force. Commercial satellite competition. Transitioning science and technology. China's alternative to GPS nears completion. The US works on GPS enhancement. Boeing's CEO departs.
The UN wants an investigation of the Bezos spyware incident. Microsoft customer data exposed. Ant-tracking? Windows 7 rises from the grave.
Saudi Arabia hacks Mr. Bezos? Brazil indicts Mr. Greenwald.
Mitsubishi Electric hacked. JhoneRAT active against Arabic-speaking targets. IE bug exploited in the wild. US-Iran tension in cyberspace.
NSA discloses CryptoAPI vulnerability. PoC exploits released for Citrix flaw. Fancy Bear suspected in Burisma hack.
Iran's cyber capabilities, and a false flag warning. Burisma hack notes. Cyber runs on banks. WeLeak takedown.
CryptoAPI proof-of-concept exploit. CISA warns chemical industry. Soldiers' families harassed. Phishing in Turtle Bay. Fleeceware update. Burisma hack.
US Government is serious about yesterday's Windows patch. Oversharing dating apps. More ransomware turns to doxing. Huawei agonistes.
Patch Tuesday, with help from NSA. Fronts for APT40. Fancy Bear paws at Burisma.
FBI warns of Iranian cyber threat, but no major attacks develop. China's influence campaign fails in Taiwan.
The US is on alert for Iranian cyberattacks. APT33 focuses on the electric sector. Austria's Foreign Ministry hacked.
Refined Kitty and power grid battlespace prep? Website vandals probably hacktivists. Lifeline Assistance serves preinstalled malware? Las Vegas declares...
Dustman wipes data in Bahrain. Disinformation from Tehran. US alerts warn of Iranian cyber threat. Lazarus Group ups its game.