Every Monday through Friday, the CyberWire's Daily News Briefing gives you a clear picture of news concerning cyber security. Whether you're interested in technology, threats, trends, the marketplace, policy, research, education, or law, our briefings provide concise synthesis and analysis of cyber security news happening around the world.
FSB hijacks IRGC cyberattack kit. Pensacola ransomware identified. Krampus punishes iPhone users. Internet sovereignty. Crypto Wars. TrickBot spam.
Cyberattacks against Iran? Trickbot goes to Pyongyang. UK election disinformation. Cryptowars. Ransomware, again.
Cyberattack disables Pensacola city networks. Ryuk decryptors may cause data loss. The US Justice Department IG reports on Crossfire Hurricane.
Ocean Lotus takes root in car manufacturers. Influence operations and national elections. People are still using Windows 7.
Dridex gang indicted. Facebook sues over ad fraud. Unix-based VPN traffic vulnerable to tampering.
Criminal2Criminal commodities: Buran and Buer. The Great Cannon opens fire. Trolling in Kaunas.
NCSC investigates possible Russian influence ops. ZeroCleare wiper in the wild. What Lazarus Group wanted. War clauses.
Disinformation campaign before UK elections? Chinese acquisition of quantum technology. FaceApp warning. PyXie RAT. Ethereum developer charged by US.
ANSSI won't rule out retaliation for medical center attack. Facebook tells users Singapore thinks they've got it wrong. MixCloud breached. Shop safely...
Fullz House this Thanksgiving? Nation-state phishing. Stantinko goes after Monero. Supply chain security.