Epistemic closure in a hybrid war. Wiper used against VIasat modems. US Treasury sanctions more Russian actors. Remediating Spring4shell. Notes from law enforcement. And we’re not joking.
Attempting to evolve rules of cyber conduct during a hot hybrid war. Waiting for major Russian cyber operations. Viasat terminals were hit by wiper malware. Patches and detection scripts for Spring4shell. Warning of ransomware threat to local governments. Emergency data requests under Senatorial scrutiny. NSA employee charged with mishandling classified material. Andrea Little Limbago from Interos on Bots, Warriors and Trolls. Rick Howard speaks with Maretta Morovitz on cyber deception. And no April Foolin’ here.
Russia’s War Lacks a Battlefield Commander, U.S. Officials Say (New York Times)
Confronting Russian Cyber Censorship (Wilson Center)
Zelensky Fires Two Generals (Wall Street Journal)
Cyber War Talks Heat Up at UN With Russia at Table (Bloomberg.com)
Foreign Ministry statement on continued cyberattack by the “collective West” (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation)
New Protestware Found Lurking in Highly Popular NPM Package (Checkmarx.com)
Russia targeting Ukraine, countries opposing war in cyberspace (Jerusalem Post)
AcidRain | A Modem Wiper Rains Down on Europe (SentinelOne)
Treasury Targets Sanctions Evasion Networks and Russian Technology Companies Enabling Putin’s War (U.S. Department of the Treasury)
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Spring confirms ‘Spring4Shell’ zero-day, releases patched update (The Record by Recorded Future)
Spring4Shell (CVE-2022-22965): Are you vulnerable to this Zero Day? (Cyber Security Works)
NSA Employee Charged with Mishandling Classified Material (Military.com)