The CyberWire Daily

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episode 1369: Kaseya works on patching VSA as Washington mulls retaliation and Moscow says it has nothing to do with it. Microsoft patches PrintNightmare. The Lazarus Group is back.


Kaseya continues to work on patching its VSA products. The US mulls retaliation for the Kaseya ransomware campaign, as well as for Cozy Bear’s attempt on the Republican National Committee and Fancy Bear’s brute-forcing efforts. (Russia denies any wrongdoing.) Current events phishbait. Microsoft patches PrintNightmare. Joe Carrigan looks at recent updates to Google’s Scorecards tool. Our guest Umesh Sachdev of Uniphore describes his entrepreneurial journey...


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episode 1368: The Kaseya ransomware incident. Ransomware threats to industrial firms. Malicious Android apps stole Facebook credentials. The Tokyo Olympics and cyber risk.


Updates on the Kaseya ransomware incident, as REvil strikes again. Concerns about other ransomware attacks against industrial targets rise. Google expels credential-stealing apps from the Play Store. Online gamers draw various threat actors. Carole Theriault examines the elements that could put you in the crosshairs for ransomware. Ben Yelin has an update on the Facebook antitrust case. And the Tokyo Olympic Games will be on alert for cyberattacks...


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episode 56: Dwayne Price: Sharing information. [Project Management] [Career Notes]


Senior technical project manager Dwayne Price takes us on his career journey from databases to project management.


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episode 190: Malware in pirated Windows installation files. [Research Saturday]


Guest Tom Roter from Minera Labs joins Dave to discuss his team research: "Rigging a Windows Installation." It is common knowledge that pirated software might contain malware, yet millions still put themselves and their devices at risk and download from dubious sources. It is even more surprising to see the popularity of torrented operating system installations, which are ranked at the top of most torrent tracker ranking lists...


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episode 1367: Mitigating PrintNightmare. New ransomware strains in circulation. Router firmware patched. Russia denies brute-forcing anyone. What the reinsurance rates tell us.


Mitigations for the PrintNightmare vulnerability are suggested. Wizard Spider has a new strain of ransomware in its toolkit. A new RagnarLocker strain is in circulation. NETGEAR patches router firmware. Russia reacts to US and US reports of a GRU brute-forcing campaign: Moscow says it didn’t do it. Kevin Magee from Microsoft shares some of the tools he uses to keep himself and his team up to date. Our guest is Andrew Patel from F-Secure on how to prepare security teams for AI-powered malware...


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episode 1366: Large-scale GRU brute-forcing campaign in progress. IndigoZebra in Afghanistan. A ransomware gang scorecard. A cyber most-wanted list. Are the phone lines open?


US and British authorities warn of a large-scale GRU campaign aimed at brute-forcing its way into European and American organizations. Reports of a major cyberattack on German critical infrastructure appear very much exaggerated. IndigoZebra uses Dropbox in ministry-to-ministry deception aimed at the Afghan government. Currently active ransomware groups are profiled, and REvil is now going after Linux systems in addition to Windows machines...


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episode 1365: A look at some threats to ICS endpoints. EternalBlue remains a problem. US preparing attribution of the Microsoft Exchange Server hack. DoubleVPN seized. An arrest in the Gozi case.


A report on threats to industrial control systems is out, and it focuses on ransomware, coinjacking, and legacy malware. EternalBlue remains a problem. The US is preparing a formal attribution in the case of the Microsoft Exchange Server campaign. An international police operation has taken down DoubleVPN, and the authorities seem pretty pleased with their work. Joe Carrigan examines vulnerabilities in systems from Dell...


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episode 1364: A look at the cybercriminal underground, its commodity tools, its rising gangs, how it recruits talent and affiliates, and even how it raises investments.


Legitimate tools are abused as commodity initial access payloads. Hades ransomware is circulating in some new sectors. Criminal markets are sharing more features with legitimate markets, including advertising, recruiting, and even funding rounds. Cybercrime uses cryptocurrency, but the key to success may be location more than technology. Ben Yelin describes insurance companies collaborating on cyber breach data collection...


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episode 1363: Nobelium is back. A signed driver is gamer-focused malware. Idle hands. Third-party cloud risk. Bad practices. A net assessment of national cyber power.


The SVR’s Nobelium appears to be back, this time with a less-than-fully successful cyberespionage campaign. The Netfilter driver is assessed as malware. Idle hands seem to make for more attacks against online gaming. Mercedes-Benz USA reports a data exposure incident. CISA starts to keep track of bad practices. The International Institute for Strategic Studies publishes a net assessment of national cyber power. Carole Theriault looks at the security implications of frictionless online commerce...


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