The Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters reappear and seem ready to expand their targets from banks proper into the larger financial services sector. (They may have been behind this week's denial-of-service attack on Charles Schawb, although that attack still lacks firm attribution.)
The Netherlands' DigiD system has been under successful denial-of-service attack since Wednesday evening, and Dutch citizens have found themselves unable to use their digital signatures in online transactions.
Bitcoin enhancements are impeded by ongoing denial-of-service attacks against the Mt. Gox exchange.
A Viber vulnerability enable bypassing of Android lock screens, yielding "full access to the device." Bitdefender calls Android's mobile security model "fundamentally broken." Emailed faxes are found to carry malicious payloads. Rapid7 reports new industrial control system vulnerabilities.
Sites devoted to Chinese minority group interests come under attack via infected Word documents carrying Mac malware. The Chinese government is widely believed responsible. Mandiant sees no reduction in offensive Chinese cyber operations despite current Sino-American talks aimed at reducing cyber tension. Huawei backs off from yesterday's announcement that it was exiting the US market. What the vice president meant to say was that it would be difficult for the US to become one of Huawei's primary markets, and that Huawei's US employees will continue to serve Huawei's US customers (etc.).
(ISC)2 and the Cloud Security Alliance plan to develop new cloud security credentials.
Brian Krebs should wear with this with honor: the latest version of the Redkit exploit kit mentions him in dispatches—"Crebs its all your fault."