Several sources are reporting that Sweden's infrastructure has been under threat of a cyber—or at least an electronic—attack from Russia since November of last year. A series of outages in Sweden's air traffic control system between 4 and 9 November 2015 are thought to have been caused by deliberate Russian offensive EW tests.
IBM X-Force researchers report that two banking Trojans, Nymaim and Gozi, have combined into a single malware package, "GozNym." Attackers have done this sort of thing before to assemble desired functionality into a single package—in this case they like Nymaim's two-stage dropper and Gozi's malicious dynamic link library injection.
Sucuri reports that CTB-Locker ransomware is using the Bitcoin blockchain to deliver decryption keys to victims (and take victims' payments).
Russia and Ukraine continue to host the world's most active and capable cyber criminal gangs. Notes from LookingGlass and LIFARS offer an overview of Eastern European gangland. Much money comes from direct theft, but sale of products and services is also big business. One trend in cyber gangland, says Team Cymru, is increased use of fast flux networks to make operations more resistant to takedown.
Speaking of gangland, Dmitri Fedetov, a.k.a. "Paunch," the Blackhole exploit kit impresario, was just sentenced to seven years by a Moscow court.
QuickTime for Windows is vulnerable, its support has ended, and it should be uninstalled.
The FBI still hasn't found much of anything on that jihadi's iPhone. It's still unlikely the Bureau will tell Apple how it got in.