Twitter looks for a leaker. Insider risks. The state of resilience. Russian auxiliaries briefly disrupt a French National Assembly website. Cyber trends in the hybrid war. DPRK hacking, as it is.
Twitter gets a subpoena for a source-code leaker’s information. The insider risk to data. Russian hacktivist auxiliaries target the French National Assembly. Recent trends in cyberattacks sustained by Ukraine. Ben Yelin unpacks the White House executive order on spyware. Mr. Security Answer Person John Pescatore ponders the permanence of ransomware. And Cyberespionage and cybercrime in the interest of Pyongyang’s weapons programs.
GitHub Suspends Repository Containing Leaked Twitter Source Code (SecurityWeek)
Twitter takes down source code leaked online, hunts for downloaders (BleepingComputer)
Annual Data Exposure Report 2023 (Code 42)
Russian Hackers Target French National Assembly Website (Privacy Affairs)
Pro-Russian Hacktivists: A Reaction to a Western Response to a Russian Aggression (Radware Blog)
Ukraine at D+397: Cyberespionage and battlespace preparation. (CyberWire)
APT43: North Korean Group Uses Cybercrime to Fund Espionage Operations (Mandiant)