ISIS tries to up its opsec game in cyberspace as its sympathizers remain on the offensive (notably against some German sites).
Cyber rioting over Kashmir spreads as the Pakistani side attracts Arab adherents.
Reports suggest that, as China's government tightens censorship and surveillance in Hong Kong, its intelligence services are systematically subverting iPhone security. Observers believe the delay in approving iPhone sales in that country may bought time for the organs to develop and stage exploits. There are also reports of Chinese probes of US utility networks showing up in a Missouri ICS honeypot.
Cyber relations between the US and China remain frosty, as China responds to FBI warnings with tu quoques and stern counsel that the Americans should reflect on their cowboy ways. (But matters stand better with the EU, which has decided not to pursue anti-competitive investigations of Huawei and ZTE.)
Ecuador accuses Colombia of conducting cyber attacks, or at the very least of harboring anti-Ecuadoran hackers.
Researchers warn of an Android binder flaw. Other researchers describe techniques of exfiltrating data via video. US defense companies remain on malvertising alert.
POODLE is now generally thought more lapdog than attack dog (still, a yappy, nippy lapdog that needs muzzling).
Imperva believes it discerns an increase in attacks against Amazon Web Services. ThreatTrack sees the RIG exploit kit using WordPress to drop CryptoWall 2.0.
Many report problems with four of last week's Microsoft patches. Microsoft has pulled one of them.
Insurers warn general liability coverage won't necessarily do for cyber.