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episode 1716: Swapping cyberattacks in a hybrid war. Privateers or just a side-hustle? US CSRB will investigate Lapsu$ Group. Notes on the cyber underworld.


Wiper malware hits Russian targets. Microsoft sees an intensification of Russian cyber operations against Ukraine. State policy, privateering, or an APT side-hustle? The US Cyber Safety Review Board will investigate the Lapsu$ Group. Rackspace works to remediate a security incident. The Schoolyard Bully Trojan harvests credentials. Grayson Milbourne of OpenText Security Solutions on attacks on common open source dev libraries. Rick Howard looks at CISO career paths...


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 December 5, 2022  24m
 
 

episode 1717: Cyberespionage, privateering, hacktivism and influence operations, in Ukraine, Russia, the Middle East, and elsewhere. Criminals need quality control, too. A new entry in CISA’s KEV Catalog.


A Chinese cyberespionage campaign is believed to be active in the Middle East. Poor quality control turns ransomware into a wiper, and a typo crashes a cryptojacker. A large DDoS attack is reported to have hit a Russian state-owned bank. Privateers compromise Western infrastructure to stage cyberattacks. Cyber operations against national morale. A look at the Vice Society. Ben Yelin on the growing concerns over TicTok...


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 December 6, 2022  28m
 
 

episode 1719: The IT Army of Ukraine claims VTB DDoS. DPRK exploits Internet Explorer vulnerability. New variant of Babuk ransomware reported. Blind spots in air-gapped networks. And, dog and cat hacking.


The IT Army of Ukraine claims responsibility for DDoS against a Russian bank. North Korea exploits an Internet Explorer vulnerability. A new variant of Babuk ransomware has been reported. Blind spots in air-gapped networks. Rob Boyce from Accenture has insights on the most recent ransomware trends. Our guest is Nathan Howe from Zscaler with the latest on Zero Trust. And the hacking of cats and dogs...


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 December 8, 2022  27m
 
 

episode 1720: Cobalt Mirage deploys Drokbk malware. Zombinder in the C2C market. Impersonation scams. CISA releases three new ICS advisories. And criminals prey on other criminals.


Cobalt Mirage deploys Drokbk malware. Zombinder in the C2C market. Impersonation scams: that's not Ukraine’s Ministry of Digital Transformation. On the cyber front, nothing new. CISA releases three new ICS advisories. Caleb Barlow on attack surface management. Mike Hamilton from Critical Insight explains how state and local governments apply for the $1 billion allocated by the feds for cybersecurity funding. And criminals prey on other criminals...


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 December 9, 2022  30m
 
 

episode 1721: Ransomware updates: TrueBot, Cl0p, and Royal. Iranian cyberattacks. An update on the cyberattack against the Met. Notes on the hybrid war, with a focus on allies and outside actors.


TrueBot found in Cl0p ransomware attacks. Royal ransomware targets the healthcare sector. Recent Iranian cyber activity. A night at the opera: an update on the cyberattack against the Metropolitan Opera. New Cloud Atlas activity reported. Europe looks to the cybersecurity of its power grid. Rob Boyce from Accenture describes Dark web actors diversifying their toolsets. Rick Howard explains fractional CISOs...


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 December 12, 2022  26m
 
 

episode 1722: Uber’s breach. Phishing in Ukraine’s in-boxes. What’s Russia been up to anyway? (Not the same thing, probably, NATO would be up to.) And the ransomware leader board.


Uber sustains a third-party breach. A phishing campaign hits Ukrainian in-boxes. The enduring riddle of why Russian offensive cyber operations have failed in Ukraine. Joe Carrigan on credit card skimming. Carole Theriault describes a UK food store chain that uses facial recognition technology to track those with criminal or antisocial behavior. And 2023’s ransomware-as-a-service leader board. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire...


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 December 13, 2022  25m
 
 

episode 1723: InfraGard data for sale. Cyberespionage warnings. Data sharing practices. Malicious drivers with legitimate signatures. Patch Tuesday. Task Force KleptoCapture indicts five Russian nationals.


The FBI’s InfraGard user data shows up for sale. An update on Iranian cyber operations. NSA warns of Chinese cyber threats. Challenges in sharing data for threat detection and prevention. Legitimately signed drivers are used in targeted attacks. Patch Tuesday addressed a lot of actively exploited issues. Tim Starks from the Washington Post Cybersecurity 202 shares his reporting on ICS vulnerabilities. Our guest is Mike Fey from Island with an introduction to the enterprise browser space...


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 December 14, 2022  28m
 
 

episode 1724: Updates on the cyber phases of a hybrid war. Alleged booters busted. Progress report from the US anti-ransomware task force. Suspicion in AIIMS hack turns toward China.


Trojanized Windows 10 installers are deployed against Ukraine. Alleged booters have been collared, and their sites disabled. A progress report on US anti-ransomware efforts. Suspicion in a cyberattack against India turns toward China. Bryan Vorndran from the FBI’s Cyber Division talks about deep fakes. Our guest is Lisa Plaggemier from the National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCA) on the launch of their Historically Black Colleges and Universities Career Program...


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 December 15, 2022  29m
 
 

episode 1725: Malicious apps do more than extort predatory loans. A Facebook account recovery scam. Notes from the hybrid war. Goodbye SHA-1, hello Leviathans.


A predatory loan app is discovered embedded in mobile apps. Facebook phishing. GPS disruptions are reported in Russian cities. NSA warns against dismissing Russian offensive cyber capabilities. Farewell, SHA-1. Kevin Magee from Microsoft looks at cyber signals. Our guest is Jason Witty of USAA to discuss the growing risk from quantum computing. And welcome to the world, Leviathans. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire...


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 December 16, 2022  29m
 
 

episode 1726: BEC gets into bulk food theft. BlackCat ransomware update. Epic Games’ settlement with FTC. InfraGard data taken down. More on the hybrid war. And Twitter asks for the voice of the people.


BEC takes aim at physical goods (including food). BlackCat ransomware activity increases. Epic Games settles an FTC regulatory case. The InfraGard database was pulled from a dark web auction site. CISA releases forty-one ICS advisories. Rick Howard interviews author Andy Greenberg. Rob Boyce from Accenture examines holiday cyber threats. The growing value of open source intelligence. Twitter says vox populi, vox dei...


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 December 19, 2022  26m