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CyberWire Daily

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The daily cybersecurity news and analysis industry leaders depend on. Published each weekday, the program also includes interviews with a wide spectrum of exper... More
The daily cybersecurity news and analysis industry leaders depend on. Published each weekday, the program also includes interviews with a wide spectrum of exper... More

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  • ChatGPT continues to become more human, this time through hallucinations. Following Cl0p. Instagram works against CSAM. And data protection advice from an expert in attacking it.
    ChatGPT takes an unexpectedly human turn in having its own version of hallucinations. Updates on Cl0p’s ransom note, background, and recent promises. Researchers look at Instagram’s role in promoting CSAM. A look at KillNet's reboot. Andrea Little Limbago from Interos shares insight on cyber’s human element. Our guest is Aleksandr Yampolskiy from SecurityScorecard on how CISOs can effectively communicate cyber risk to their board. And a hacktivist auxiliary’s stellar advice for protecting your data. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/110 Selected reading. Can you trust ChatGPT’s package recommendations? (Vulcan) Ransomware group Clop issues extortion notice to ‘hundreds’ of victims (The Record) MOVEit cyber attack: Cl0p sparks speculation that it’s lost control of hack (ITpro) Responding to the Critical MOVEit Transfer Vulnerability (CVE-2023-34362) (Kroll) MOVEit Transfer Critical Vulnerability (May 2023) (Progress) Cybergang behind N.S. breach says it erased stolen data, but experts urge caution (CBC Canada) Most SMBs admit to paying ransomware demands - here's why (TechRadar) Instagram Connects Vast Pedophile Network (Wall Street Journal) Addressing the distribution of illicit sexual content by minors online (Stanford University) Rebooting Killnet, a New World Order and the End of the Tesla Botnet (Radware)
    2023-06-08
    28:11
  • PowerDrop’s capabilities are up in the air. A Russian cyberespionage campaign channels their inner 007. A disconnect between law firms and cybersecurity protections.
    A new PowerShell remote access tool targets a US defense contractor. Current Russian cyber operations against Ukraine are honing in on espionage. CISA and its partners have released a Joint Guide to Securing Remote Access Software. A bug has been reported in Visual Studio’s UI. Awais Rashid from University of Bristol discussing Privacy in health apps. Our guest is Jim Lippie of SaaS Alerts with insights on software as a service Application Security. And are there disconnects between cybersecurity and the legal profession? For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/109 Selected reading. PowerDrop: A New Insidious PowerShell Script for Command and Control Attacks Targets U.S. Aerospace Defense Industry (Adlumin) UAC-0099: cyberespionage against state organizations and media representatives of Ukraine (CERT-UA#6710) (CERT-UA) Guide to Securing Remote Access Software (Joint Guide) Imposter Syndrome: UI Bug in Visual Studio Lets Attackers Impersonate Publishers (Varonis) Press Release | ILTA and Conversant Group Release First Cybersecurity Benchmarking Survey of the Legal Industry (International Legal Technology Association)
    2023-06-07
    26:14
  • Cl0p moves their way into the systems of major European companies. Notes from a highly active cyber underworld. And hybrid war updates.
    The Cl0p gang claims responsibility for the MOVEit file transfer vulnerability. Verizon’s DBIR is out. Palo Alto Networks takes a snapshot of last year’s threat trends. A new criminal campaign targets Android users wishing to install modified apps. A smishing campaign is expanding into the Middle East. Cisco observes compromised vendor and contractor accounts as an access point for network penetration. Cyclops ransomware acts as a dual threat. Anonymous Sudan demands $1 million to stop attacks on Microsoft platforms. Ben Yelin explains a groundbreaking decision on border searches. Our guest is Matt Caulfield of Oort with insights on identity security. And a deepfaked martial law announcement airs on Russian provincial radio stations. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/108 Selected reading. Clop ransomware claims responsibility for MOVEit extortion attacks (BleepingComputer) CVE-2023-34362 Detail (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Microsoft links Clop ransomware gang to MOVEit data-theft attacks (BleepingComputer) BA, BBC and Boots hit by cyber security breach with contact and bank details exposed (Sky News) 2023 Data Breach Investigations Report (Verizon) 2023 Unit 42 Network Threat Trends Research Report (Unit 42) Tens of Thousands of Compromised Android Apps Found by Bitdefender Anomaly Detection Technology (Bitdefender) Chinese-speaking phishing ring behind latest fake fee scam targeting Middle East; another campaign exposed (Group-IB) Adversaries increasingly using vendor and contractor accounts to infiltrate networks (Cisco Talos) Cyclops Ransomware and Stealer Combo: Exploring a Dual Threat (Uptycs) U.S. Measures in Response to the Crisis in Sudan (US Department of State) Microsoft's Outlook.com is down again on mobile, web (BleepingComputer) Kremlin: fake Putin address broadcast on Russian radio stations after 'hack' (Reuters) Deep fake video of Putin declaring martial law is broadcast in parts of Russia (Semafor) Peskov called "Putin's emergency appeal" shown on some TV networks as a hack (TASS) Proceedings of the 2023 U.S.-Ukraine Cyber Dialogue (US Department of State)
    2023-06-06
    30:27
  • Need a Lyft? Not if Anonymous Sudan has anything to say about it. Closing time, open all the doors and let KillNet into the world.
    Anonymous Sudan responds to remarks from the US Secretary of State by targeting Lyft and American hospitals. NSA releases an advisory on North Korean spearphishing campaigns. The US government’s Moonlighter satellite will test cybersecurity in orbit. "Operation Triangulation" offers an occasion for Russia to move closer to IT independence. The SEC drops cases over improper access to Adjudication Memoranda. Executives and board members are easy targets for threat actors trolling for sensitive information. Rick Howard targets Zero Trust. The FBI’s Deputy Assistant Director for Cyber Cynthia Kaiser shares trends from the IC3 Annual Report. And KillNet seems to say it's disbanding…or is it? For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/107 Selected reading. U.S. Measures in Response to the Crisis in Sudan (US Department of State) U.S., ROK Agencies Alert: DPRK Cyber Actors Impersonating Targets to Collect Intelligence (US National Security Agency) North Korea Using Social Engineering to Enable Hacking of Think Tanks, Academia, and Media (Joint Cybersecurity Advisory) CISA Adds One Known Exploited Vulnerability to Catalog (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) CVE-2023-34362 Detail (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Zero-Day Vulnerability in MOVEit Transfer Exploited for Data Theft (Mandiant) SpaceX launch sends upgraded solar arrays to International Space Station (Spaceflight Now) Moonlighter Fact Sheet (The Aerospace Corporation) Uncle Sam wants DEF CON hackers to pwn this Moonlighter satellite in space (The Register) Russia wants 2 million phones with home-grown Aurora OS for use by officials (The Record) Russia accuses U.S. of hacking thousands of iPhones (Axios) Operation Triangulation: iOS devices targeted with previously unknown malware (Kaspersky) Operation Triangulation: Mysterious attack on iPhones (ComputerBild) Killnet hacktivists say they’re disbanding (Cybernews) Second Commission Statement Relating to Certain Administrative Adjudications (US Securities and Exchange Commission) Ponemon: Understanding the Serious Risks to Executives’ Personal Cybersecurity & Digital Lives (BlackCloak)
    2023-06-05
    25:27
  • Galit Lubetzky Sharon: Doing your chores brings the best out in you. [CTO] [Career Notes]
    Galit Lubetzky Sharon, Co-Founder and CTO of Wing Security sits down to share her story and how years in the business lead her to be where she is now. Galit shares her insights from her experiences co-founding her company and bringing it out of stealth mode in early 2022, including why she saw the need for Wing Security and what lessons she learned in the process of founding and launching the company. She started her career as a Colonel in the 8200 Unit gives her a unique perspective on the cyber industry. Galit also shares what she does when things get stressful to help calm her down in the moment and help her clear her head. She says "I think it's very important to do things that you love. It should be something that you come and you bring yourself and your passion and, uh, finding yourself the occupation, the chores, the, the tasks that you love to do brings the, the best out of you." We thank Galit for sharing her story with us.
    2023-06-04
    9:17

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