It appears Venezuela is giving the rest of the world an unambiguous picture of what voting fraud looks like. That country's government appears to have engaged in election finagling on a scale that would make a Chicago ward heeler blush—some one million votes are said to have been "invented."
WikiLeaks has dumped more alleged CIA documents from its Vault7. These purport to describe the "Dumbo" project, said to be a program that compromised webcams and microphones. Dumbo appears designed more to facilitate and conceal physical access than to serve as a set of collection tools.
How WikiLeaks and others get their material remains a matter of investigation (and concern, to intelligence services). A study the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) released this week concludes that separating NSA and US Cyber Command may make it less likely that cyber tools leak.
The HBO hack seems to be getting bigger—"seven times" as big as the Sony hack, observers say, apparently taking quantity of lost data as their yardstick. HBO says its email system wasn't compromised as some had feared. It's retained Mandiant to help mop up.
Group IB, working with Interpol, has identified a number of the skids who make up the "United Islamic Cyber Force" (UICF), a crew of ISIS-aligned nuisance-level online vandals.
From Germany comes warning against a new form of spearphishing: no links, no attachments, just an email apparently from a colleague suggesting you look into a subject. Googling that subject takes you to an infected site.