FBI warns InfraGard members of ‘malicious’ copycat website
The FBI did not own the InfraGard.com domain, and a squatter was letting people submit login credentials.
NSA deputy says U.S. cyberattack responses must improve
The current system for U.S. cyber response is like, "if your house catches on fire, you have to call the mayor to see if he’ll let you call the water department to ask them to turn the water on."
Where’s Assange? Tech firms are still waiting to receive CIA documents from Wikileaks
A cohort of technology firms named in CIA documents that were leaked more than two weeks ago are still waiting to receive important software vulnerability information promised by WikiLeaks.
Russian bank threatens researcher with CFAA suit over DNS request data
The Russian bank is considering litigation against an Indiana University researcher under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act’s civil action provision.
FBI Director: U.S. should expect Russian interference in 2018, 2020 elections
James Comey expects that Russian intelligence services will launch hacking and influence operations against the 2018 congressional and 2020 presidential elections after finding success in 2016.
Here’s how the FBI’s most wanted cybercriminal hacks his targets
Alexsey Belan has repeatedly taken advantage of self-inflicted security mistakes made by private companies to compromise targets.