Hong Kong's umbrella protesters embrace Evernote against censorship, a surprising use that suggests censorship's futility.
The security consortium conducting "Coordinated Malware Eradication" of Chinese-deployed RATs reports progress against Moudoor and Hikiti.
Trend Micro sees a SCADA angle to Sandworm (attributed to Russia by essentially everybody except Mr. Putin): "this group is very likely targeting SCADA-centric victims who are using GE Intelligent Platform's CIMPLICITY HMI solution suite."
Researchers find modular malware designed for use against OSX.
Fortinet develops and demonstrates a proof-of-concept attack that hides Android malware in images. (Other researchers, including Lastline's co-founder, note that evasive behavior is an increasingly significant marker of advanced malware.)
Real-time ad bidding is a key enabler of ongoing cyber espionage malvertising against US defense contractors.
Dreyza/Dyre banking malware evolves into a Bitcoin-targeting form distributed by the Cutwail botnet.
New versions of Tor and Tails are out.
The FBI pushes for more lawful intercept capability.