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SandWorm and BlackEnergy—an attack on Ukraine's power grid. Enemies of ISIS continue their search for counter-messaging and actionable intelligence. DDoS as misdirection. Compromised certificates used to spread malware, and something new: ransomware-as-
Intelligence services link Russia to the cyber attack on Ukraine's power grid. Iran, Saudi Arabia, and ISIS ramp up their mutually antagonistic postures in cyberspace. Ransomware-as-a-service tool "Ransom32." And we talk with the CyberWire's editor about
Mounting evidence of a Russian cyber attack on Ukraine's power grid, the hunt for “Jihadi John," hacktivist response to recent Saudi executions, and we talk with the CyberWire's editor about the latest in power-grid hacking.
ISIS remains undeterred and defiant in cyberspace. Anti-ISIS hacktivists strike BBC and Trump's campaign. Turkish hacktivists vs. Russia. Russian cyber operators vs. Ukraine's power grid. Intelligence services seek to improve cooperation against terrorist
Turkey sustains a denial-of-service campaign from Anonymous. A look at the ISIS online, its aspirations and remaining limitations. community. Flash Player issues. National cyber laws and policies considered, with a particular look at surveillance and encr
A look at the ISIS online community. Possibilities and limitations of social media as sources of intelligence. Microsoft addresses Flash Player issues in IE and Edge. National cyber laws and policies considered. And industry analysts forecast a very big 2
South Asian Islamists announce anti-Indian cyber attack cell. ISIS aspirational cyber offensive capabilities. Flash gets patched. New payment fraud patterns emerging. And Chinese and US cyber laws are reviewed.