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The CyberWire is a free, community-driven cyber security news service based in Baltimore. Its mission is to provide concise and relevant daily briefings on the critical news happening across the global cyber security domain. In an industry overloaded with information, the CyberWire also helps indivi ...
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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 3.19.18
In today's podcast, we hear that tensions between Britain and Russia remain high, as the UK fears a cyberattack. US power utilities are also on alert to an ongoing Russian cyber campaign. Despite a claimed DDoS attack, President Putin is re-elected in Russia. Facebook under fire for Cambridge Analytica data incident. More political bots in Twitter. YouTube tries content moderation. FTC takes on an alt-coin Ponzi scheme. SEC has "dozens" of ICO investigations in progress. Notes ...
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The CyberWire Daily Briefing 3.20.18
UK, US on alert for Russian infrastructure attacks. Russia claims DDoS against election. Social media woes.Read here: http://bit.ly/cwBrief031918
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Research Saturday for 3.17.18
There's been an epidemic of cryptojacking code injections recently, as bad actors attempt to cash in on the cryptocurrency craze through unauthorized cryptomining operations on unsuspecting users. Marcelle Lee is a threat researcher at LookingGlass, and she takes us through her recently published research, Cryptojacking — Coming to a Server Near You.Listen here: http://bit.ly/cwRS031718
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The CyberWire Daily Briefing 3.15.18
Reported AMD backdoors a supply-chain issue? BlackTDS in black market. SEC charges ex-Equifax insider. Russia talks very tough.Read here: http://bit.ly/cwBrief031518
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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 3.12.18
In today's podcasts, we hear that security firms are warning of Iran's growing cyber capabilities, and Tehran's disposition to use them. Gossips and activists far outdo bots in spreading disinformation. Memcache kill-switch should be approached with legal caution. Slingshot espionage tools active quietly in the Middle East and Africa for six years. Fancy Bear sniffs at Asia. Australia is concerned about Chinese espionage and influence operations. Jonathan Katz from UMD with his thoughts on Spect ...
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The CyberWire Daily Briefing 3.12.18
UK to sanction Russia? Fancy Bear sniffs at Asia. Bots vs. gossips. Memcrash kill-switch legal? Slingshot cyber-espionage.Read here: http://bit.ly/cwBrief031218
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The Week that Was, 3.11.18
Memcrash extortion. Aggressive cryptojacking. ComboJack described. Influence operations and espionage. Industry notes.Read here: http://bit.ly/cwWTW031118
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Research Saturday for 3.10.18
Researcher from Lookout and the EFF have discovered an APT group operating out of Lebanon they've named Dark Caracal. The group is running a global espionage campaign, targeting journalists, military personnel, activists, lawyers, medical professionals and educational institutions. Mike Murray is VP of Security Intelligence at Lookout, and he's our guide through their research.Listen here: http://bit.ly/cwRS031018
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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 3.9.18
In today's podcast, we hear reports of cyber reconnaissance of Turkish financial institutions: Hidden Cobra is the suspect. The Chinese government appears to have finagled its national vulnerability database to afford misdirection to cyber operations. Cryptomining attempts hit Windows endpoints. Other cryptojacking campaigns afflict vulnerable servers. Memcrash DDoS hits new targets. The US Administration hints at possible cyber policy changes. Emily Wilson from Terbium Labs, on the issue of try ...
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The CyberWire Daily Briefing 3.9.18
State-sponsored cyber recon. More Memcrash DDoS. Microsoft stops cryptomining campaign. US hints at cyber policy changes.Read here: http://bit.ly/cwBrief030918 

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