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ISIS coordinates online inspiration campaign with terror attacks. APT10 spearphishing. IE zero day. Twitter won't sell Kaspersky ads. UK sentence in Crackas with Attitude case.
RSA wraps up. Staging offensive cyber operations. (Information ops, too.) Business email compromise affects maritime shipping sectors. Sanctions bit Chinese device giants.
Dispatches from RSA 2018. Russia continues to test the Five Eyes' patience and resolve. Trustjacking, Stresspaint, and an exposed AWS bucket.
More cyber battlespace preparation. Hacking as the continuation of war by other means. Ongoing social media privacy concerns. Tech glitch extends tax deadline. Notes from RSA.
Russia versus routers. Desert Scorpion swept out of Google Play. ZTE faces sanctions. RSA notes, and a Sandbox winner.
Info ops follow airstrikes, to be followed by sanctions. Expect cyberattacks and reprisals, with a chance of kompromat.
Operation Parliament seems to have got what it came for. EITest finally sinkholed. Facebook testimony on Capitol Hill. Estonia reports. Swatting case teaches nothing?
Zuckerberg testimony. Supply chain cyber threat to satellites. DPRK destructive malware. "Early bird" code injection. GCHQ vs. ISIS. Germany blames compromise on Russia. Salisbury attack update.
Mark Zuckerberg testifies about Facebook, big data, and influence. Patch Tuesday notes. Deterrence or open conflict in cyberspace?
Facebook comes to Washington. Research ethics? IoT threats. Switch bug exploited in the wild. Criminal misdirection. Russia and the West, again. And what do cybercriminals earn?