How Do The Russians Do It?

October 21, 2016

The news is full of reports about compromised emails of important public officials and political leaders.  While we don’t know for sure who is behind the compromise of these emails, all indications are that the Russians are behind this.  One of the leading investigators of this problem is Crowdstrike, who waxes poetic about the sophistication and technical prowess of the attackers. What are these bad guys doing that requires the resources of a country?  Is this some kind of cyber atomic bomb coming out of a massive cyber Manhattan project? No.

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Spearphishers Attack MH17 Investigators

October 7, 2016

ThreatConnect has posted an excellent item detailing how somebody (Russia???) is using spearphising to undermine Bellingcat, an open source research firm that contributed to the MH17 investigation.

mh-17 wreckage

MH17 is the Malaysian Airlines airliner that someone shot down over the Ukraine on July 17, 2014, killing all 283 passengers and 15 crew on board.

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Senate Staffers Receive Cybersecurity Training

September 28, 2016

Buzzfeed is reporting that U.S. Senate staffers recently received cybersecurity training.

U.S. Capital

What was the substance of the training these key government employees received?  What can you learn from this?  Find the answer at our new blog.

Phishing as a Service

September 23, 2016

Look familiar?

This is the familiar Google login page. Actually, it is part of an elaborate criminal network.  Learn more at our new blog.

World Anti-Doping Agency Compromised

September 20, 2016

The BBC is reporting that the World Anti-Doping Agency has been hacked.  The hackers have released the confidential medical records of Simone Biles and Serena Williams.


Serena Williams 2015 Australian Open

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Spearphishing Clinton

September 5, 2016

clinton on phone

The FBI released its interview notes with Hillary Clinton. The FBI describes spearphishing attacks on the Clinton private email system. Learn more at our new blog.

Over 10 Million Consumers Compromised

August 31, 2016

Interpark, the popular South Korean ecommerce site, has been compromised.


According to Korea Herald, the bad guys stole over 26.6 pieces of personal information about more than 10 million Interpark registered users.

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