The CyberWire Daily Podcast 12.21.23
Ep 1972 | 12.21.23

Kingdom come, kingdom fall.

Show Notes

German officials take down a dark web market. Google patched zero-day. Terrapin attack targets SSL. A look at payment fraud. Agent Tesla is spreading through an old vulnerability. An iPhone thief explains his techniques. Ukrainian reprisals for Russia's Kyivstar attack. Israeli officials warn of data wipers. Rick Howard speaks with Scott Roberts of Interpress about Driving Intelligence with MITRE ATT&CK, and leveraging limited resources to build an evolving threat repository. And go ahead and click that like button - just don’t expect to get paid.

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CyberWire Guest

Today’s guest Scott Roberts of Interpres joins N2K’s Rick Howard from the recent MITRE ATT&CKcon event. They discuss driving intelligence with MITRE ATT&CK: Leveraging limited resources to build evolving threat repository. 

Selected Reading

German police takes down Kingdom Market cybercrime marketplace (BleepingComputer)


SSH protects the world’s most sensitive networks. It just got a lot weaker (Ars Technica)

Annual Payment Fraud Intelligence Report: 2023 (Recorded Future)

Threat Actors Exploit CVE-2017-11882 To Deliver Agent Tesla (Zscaler)

iPhone Thief Explains How He Breaks Into Your Phone (Wall Street Journal)

Ukrainian hackers breach Rosvodokanal, seize data of Russia's largest private water utility (RBC Ukraine)

Fake F5 BIG-IP zero-day warning emails push data wipers (BleepingComputer)

“Get Paid to Like Videos”? This YouTube Scam Leads to Empty Wallets (Hack Read)

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