FireEye found APT3, a Chinese cyber espionage group, in the networks of at least two unnamed Hong Kong agencies in the week prior to Sunday's elections in that city. There are also allegations of election hacking in Mexico.
ThreatConnect finds the same IP address implicated in intrusions into US state voter databases was also found in incursions into German, Turkish, and Ukrainian political networks. Russia's President Putin denies any involvement in US political hacking, but adds that whoever hacked the DNC performed a public service.
Not much bidding for Equation Group code at the Shadow Brokers' auction (apparently stalled at just 1.8 Bitcoin, a little more than $1000, with some rickrolling). Some observers ask why an intelligence service would have revealed its stolen goods, but sometimes attacks are deliberately noisy, particularly if they aim at deterrence or influence as opposed to intelligence. Presidents Obama and Putin exchange starchy words over cyberwar at the G20 summit. Obama suggests Russia might have to slap leather if it wants to turn cyberspace into the Wild West. Putin says he's got better things to do than fool with American electoral theater.
User compromises are reported at Lifeboat and Brazzers. LeakedSource adds 98 million accounts from a 2012 breach at Rambler.ru to its database.
The FBI released emails from its investigation of former Secretary of State Clinton's handling of classified information. It appears there was spearphishing; also that in 2013 an "unknown user" wandered through one of her husband's staffer's accounts on her private system.