ISIS on-line chatter is taunting the Saudi-led Islamic Military Alliance Against Terror. Meanwhile, some think they discern signs of UK information operations within ISIS/Daesh's social media presence.
FireEye patches flaws Google found in some FireEye products.
Researchers report finding troubling authorization and authentication flaws in the Kerberos network authentication protocol, pervasive in Windows environments.)
The Joomla zero-day reported this week has been fixed, but observers see a quickening tempo of attacks against unpatched systems.
Palo Alto says Chinese users of jailbroken iOS devices are facing an infestation of the "TinyV" Trojan.
In the US, Comcast users are subjected to a wave of malvertising, ransomware, and tech support scams.
Comodo warns of an account verification phishing campaign targeting businesses that connect to Alibaba.
The cases of MacKeeper (with 13 million users exposed through a flaw) and dating app HZone (allegedly susceptible to data leaks) offer contrasting reactions to responsible disclosure. MacKeeper (much criticized for aggressive pop-ups and allegedly difficult removal) comes off looking responsive and cooperative, but HZone? Not so much. They seem to think disclosure amounted to extortion, and appeared to threaten researchers (nastily, if not particularly credibly) with HIV infection.
Several new retail cyber problems surface, including a widespread loyalty card issue, a leaky Target wish list, and skimmers on point-of-sale systems in some western US Safeway stores.
Digital Guardian is said to be preparing for a 2016 IPO.
The EU data privacy law foreshadows international "regulatory headwinds."
Former US Intelligence Community leaders say requiring backdoors is futile, unnecessary.