Russian spyware

Russian SORM/СОРМ ISP Spyware Revealed (by Nokia Grunt)

Russia’s infrastructure for spying on its citizens has been revealed this week. An errant Nokia employee put terabytes of secret data on the internet by mistake ...
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Russia spies

Russia ‘Breached’ FBI Comms; Obama Waited 4 Years To Expel Spies

Back in 2016, President Obama expelled 35 Russians, and seized two Russian-owned properties. We were told it was retaliation for election interference—but was that the whole story? ...
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End-to-End Encryption with Max Krohn from Keybase.io

You’re listening to the Shared Security Podcast, exploring the trust you put in people, apps, and technology…with your host, Tom Eston. In episode 86 for September 16th 2019: All about end-to-end encryption ...
Simjacker

Simjacker: Silly Name, Scary Game

Researchers have found a nasty new flaw in 1B+ mobile-phone SIM cards ...
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open source

Open Source: Democratizing Cyberattacks

For years now, open source has been an important part of software development—and thanks to it, we’ve all benefited from more and more powerful software and services. Programmers have the ability to ...
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Electrifying: Play-By-Play

via William Knowle's Infosec News (a security news compilation organization), comes this fascinating North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) report document (expertly presented by E&ENews Reporter Blake Sobczak) - ostensibly, a 'play-by-play' ...

Experts Weigh In: The Digital Risk Challenges of a Smart City

Driving towards Smart City innovation will disrupt the security of many countries. Industry experts weigh in on what challenges could be ahead and how to manage the potential digital risks ...
Exim

Sysadmins Scramble to Secure 5M Exim Email Servers

A simple-to-exploit vulnerability in Exim needs patching on about 5M internet-facing servers. If sysadmins don’t patch—and patch quickly—they can expect their boxes to be quickly owned ...
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“All for One and One for All”

… So chanted the Three Musketeers. One of my main issues with cybersecurity risk management is that organizations seek to secure their own systems, data and networks, hoping that attackers will move ...

New Firefox Privacy Protections, Apple iOS Zero-Days, Facebook User Phone Numbers Exposed

You’re listening to the Shared Security Podcast, exploring the trust you put in people, apps, and technology…with your host, Tom Eston. In episode 85 for September 9th 2019: Firefox will now block ...
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