US EC-130 Compass Call electronic warfare aircraft are said to be encountering "disabling" Russian electronic warfare (presumably jamming) as they operate over Syria.
The University of Toronto's Citizen Lab reports that Netsweeper technology is enjoying widespread use for online censorship in South and Southwest Asia.
Kromtech Security says an exposed MongoDB database has leaked information on roughly 25 thousand individuals who had invested (or were considering investing) in the widely promoted Bezop cryptocurrency.
HPE iLO 4 remote management interfaces are reported to have been hit with ransomware.
Trustwave says that Western Digital MyCloud EX2 devices are insecure, exposing users' data to anyone with an interest in obtaining it.
Hickvision has patched a vulnerability that exposes its cameras to remote control.
CheckPoint and CyberInt say they've found new phishing tackle for sale on the dark web. The new kit, compiled and offered by a criminal whose nom-de-hack is "[A]pache," enables users to craft convincing emails and redirect sites that closely mimic branding elements of well-known firms, including Walmart, Americanas, Ponto Frio, Casas Bahia, Submarino, Shoptime and Extra. The kit seems to cater to Spanish-speaking criminal clients.
Hyperoptic's H298N broadband home routers have a hardcoded root account and suffer from a DNS rebinding vulnerability. The problems affect personal data security; they also offer the prospect of widespread surveillance or distributed denial-of-service campaigns. Hyperoptic is a British ISP, but the vulnerable routers are made by ZTE.
A Chinese think tank mulls a Sino-Russian condominium in cyberspace (and likes what it thinks it sees).