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The CyberWire Daily Briefing

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.

Recent Issues
Issue 77
4.19.19

The Mueller Report is out, and Fancy Bear is featured. Iran's Oilrig group is doxed. Wipro hack may be a criminal job.

Issue 76
4.18.19

Sea Turtle and DNS manipulation. Ad-fraud apps. Facebook uploaded contact lists. Notre Dame fire scams. Mueller report coming.

Issue 75
4.17.19

Spearphishing from "Luhansk." Assange backers hit Yorkshire Council sites. Wipro hackers after clients? Who is Lucas Lambert?

Issue 74
4.16.19

Wipro investigates compromise. DDoS in Ecuador. Facebook and privacy. EU copyright, 5G regulations. Fact-checking by algorithm.

Issue 73
4.15.19

Microsoft web mail compromise. Internet Explorer zero-day. VPN app bugs. Facebook's Sunday's outage. Happy tax filing.

Issue 72
4.12.19

Notes on the Assange case and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. WPA3 security issues. Dark web notes.

Issue 71
4.11.19

Pyongyang's HOPLIGHT backdoor Trojan. Operation SneakyPastes. DDoS in Finland. Assange in custody. The importance of rehearsal.

Issue 70
4.10.19

Triton actor seems to be back. TajMahal APT has been around, quietly, for about five years. Notes on Patch Tuesday.

Issue 69
4.9.19

"Supra threat actor" GossipGirl. LockerGoga's destructive potential. Hacking claims in Caracas. #OpIsrael update. Gatecrashing.

Issue 68
4.8.19

Cryptojacking vs. production. Credential stuffing. Tax season scams. UK content controls coming. DHS Secretary Nielsen resigns.

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