The CyberWire podcasts are our look at what's happening in cyberspace. It provides clear and concise summaries of the news and offers commentary from industry experts as well as our partners.
Researchers from Arbor Networks' ASERT Threat Intelligence Team recently published a report titled, "Lojack Becomes a Double Agent." It outlines how threat actors are altering legitimate recovery utility software and simulating its command and control servers to gain access to target machines.
Speculative Store Bypass. GPON-based botnet. Customer data exposures. Roaming Mantis gets more capable. Nation-state threats.
DPRK's Sun Team works from three apps in Google Play. PII for sale in Zheijiang. SPEI theft. Jihadist content in social media. SEA charges. DDoS-for-hire sentencing. ZipperDown bug.
Something Wicked this way comes. Automating wallet pilferage. Office 365 phsihing scams. DPRK hackers remain active. Recognizing alt-coin investment frauds.
Competing for terrorist mindshare. ICS threat group update. AnonPlus vandalizes US state sites. GDPR's disclosure timeline. Congressional hearings. DarkOverlord collared.
Spyware campaigns: phishing and watering holes. Signal patches (fast). DHS cyber strategy. Russian election hacking. Cyber Investing Summit. Do smart people pick better passwords?
Email client vulnerabilities. Sanctions and trade policy. FinFisher in Turkey. myPersonality data scandal. Patch news. High school phishing.
Unauthorized banking transfers in Mexico? A lifeline for ZTE. Iranian cyber op-tempo rises. Russian troll farm's ad buys. Reining in apps. Cell tracking. Anonymous is back.