GoDaddy's compromise. Twitter disables SMS authentication for all but blue-checked users. Deutsche DDoS. Is Bing channeling Tay?
GoDaddy has discovered a compromise of its systems. Twitter disables SMS authentication for those not subscribed to Twitter Blue. Last week’s cyber incident impacting German airports was confirmed to be DDoS. The consequences of cyber irregular participation in cyber wars. Semiconductor tech giant Applied Materials sees significant financial losses from a cyberattack. Joe Carrigan on scammers dangling fake job offers to students. Our guests are Max Shuftan & Monisha Bush from the SANS Institute, on the reopening of their HBCU Cyber Academy application window. And is Bing channeling Tay?
GoDaddy: Hackers stole source code, installed malware in multi-year breach (Bleeping Computer)
GoDaddy SEC Filing (SEC)
Twitter Shuts Off Text-Based 2FA for Non-Subscribers (SecurityWeek)
German airports hit by DDoS attack, ‘Anonymous Russia’ claims responsibility (The Record from Recorded Future)
Civilian hackers could become military targets, Red Cross warns (The Record from Recorded Future News)
How Uncle Sam enlisted Big Tech to thwart Russia from launching catastrophic cyberwar (The Washington Times)
Applied Materials will take a $250M hit to sales this quarter, thanks to a cyberattack at one of its suppliers (Silicon Valley Business Journal)
Semiconductor industry giant says ransomware attack on supplier will cost it $250 million (The Record by Recorded Future)
Why Bing Is Being Creepy (Intelligencer)
After AI chatbot goes a bit loopy, Microsoft tightens its leash (Washington Post).
My Week of Being Gaslit and Lied to by the New Bin (Information)