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Cyber Security News

CPO Magazine: 85% of Cyber Espionage Is State-Affiliated, Only 4% Tied To Organized Crime

BBC News: NSA targeted Tor users via Firefox flaw, reports say

Quartz: Google’s true origin partly lies in CIA and NSA

ZDNet: NSA whistleblower: No software is 'safe from surveillance'

Forbes: NSA Intercepting Laptops Ordered Online, Installing Spyware

Techrights: Microsoft’s Role in Political and Industrial Espionage Concealed

Techrights: Microsoft and the NSA

Matthew Green: How does the NSA break TLS/SSL?

NSA: Establishing the NSA's position on TPM (Trusted Platform Modules)

Techrights: Microsoft BitLocker Has Bug/Back Doors...

Howtogeek: You Can’t Trust BitLocker to Encrypt Your SSD on Windows 10

The Guardian: Revealed: how US and UK spy agencies defeat internet privacy and security

Washington Post: For decades, the CIA read the encrypted communications worldwide

Reuters: Exclusive: Apple dropped plan for encrypting backups after FBI complained

IT Pro: Decade-old flaw in PGP is finally being exploited

The Guardian: Catching spyware that runs in the background

The Guardian: How do I stop old USB drives from infecting my new Windows PC?

The Guardian: Microsoft handed the NSA access to encrypted messages

The Guardian: NSA Prism program taps in to user data of Apple, Google and others

Reuters: Exclusive: NSA infiltrated RSA security more deeply than thought - study

Washington Post: Goodbye, Chrome: Google’s web browser has become spy software

Washington Post: This is how Google's Chrome lets the cookies track you, imagined in real life

Extremetech: Researchers crack the world’s toughest encryption listening to tiny CPU sounds

Translatetheweb: NSA Asked Linus Torvalds To Install Backdoors Into GNU/Linux

Techrights: Guest Article: Au Revoir, GNU/Linux

PC High-Tech Italy: Download of the day: FinalCrypt 4.7.1

Washington Post: $52.6 billion The Black Budget National Intelligence Program

Washington Post: ‘Black budget’ summary U.S. spy network’s successes, failures and objectives

Fox-IT: TEMPEST attacks against AES Covertly stealing keys for €200

MacWorld: FinalCrypt 4.3.1 Lock your files with one of the most secure forms of cryptography

The Guardian: France orders Microsoft to stop collecting excessive user data

Business Insider: This Powerful Spy Software Is Being Abused By Governments Around The World

Securityweek: Internet Providers Possibly Involved in FinFisher Surveillance Operations: Report

Securityweek: Growing Number of Governments Using FinFisher Spyware: Report

BetaNews: FinalCrypt 4.0.3 adds uncrackable encryption to your most sensitive files

The Guardian: Snowden spyware revelations: we need to unmask the five-eyed monster

Corero: Trojans for the Bundestag: German Police Acquired Finfisher

NL Times: Dutch police allegedly use spy software

Consumer Watchdog: How Google and Amazon voice assistant devices are ‘spying’ on you

Code and Security: FinFisher Malware Dropper Analysis

Tech Target: Top 10 Spyware Threats

Technadu: FinalCrypt Releases Third Bugfix for 4.0 and Gets Ready for Deployment

Securityweek: Researchers Analyze Spyware Linked to French Intelligence

ZDNet: VeraCrypt audit reveals attacker treasure trove of critical flaws

Telegraph: Apple iTunes flaw 'allowed government spying for 3 years'

It's FOSS: NSA’s Encryption Algorithm in Linux Kernel is Creating Unease in the Community

Securityweek: Google Chrome Extension Criticized for Data Collection

The Guardian: NSA scandal delivers record numbers of internet users to DuckDuckGo

The Guardian: Human rights fury as UK licenses £75m of spyware exports

TrishTech: FinalCrypt : Cross-Platform Free File Encryption Utility

Securityweek: Chrome Zero-Day Exploited to Harvest User Data via PDF Files

GizModo: The FBI Has Its Own Secret Brand of Malware

Securityweek: Britain to Pass Emergency Data Surveillance Laws

Securityweek: Albanian Hacker Pleads Guilty in $14 Million Global Bank Fraud

Securityweek: MacSpy Malware Offered as Free Service

Securityweek: Malware in 2017 Was Full of Twists and Turns

Securityweek: U.S. Indicts Chinese For Hacking Siemens, Moody’s

Securityweek: Baldr Stealer Malware Active in the Wild With Ongoing Updates

Securityweek: Massive Malvertising Network is 9 Times Bigger Than Originally Thought: Cisco

Securityweek: Maxthon Browser Sends Sensitive Data to China

Securityweek: NSA Planned Hack of Google App Store

New Yorker: Hackers Without Borders

Securityweek: Organizations in 30 Countries Targeted in "Operation Ghoul"

Securityweek: Top 10 Most Dangerous Celebrities Online

Securityweek: Russian Hackers Exploit Recently Patched Flash Vulnerability

Securityweek: 'MaMi' Mac Malware Hijacks DNS Settings

Securityweek: Oracle Patches 113 Vulnerabilities, Including 20 in Java

Securityweek: Almost 70 Percent of Critical Infrastructure Companies Breached in Last 12 Months

Securityweek: Kronos: New Financial Malware Sold on Russian Underground Forum

Securityweek: Apple iPhone 'Threat to National Security': Chinese Media

Securityweek: Blocked Use Keyloggers, Email to Steal Data in "NightHunter" Attacks

Securityweek: Germany Kicks Out Top US Intelligence Officer in Spy Row

Securityweek: The Coolest Talk at Defcon 25 That No One is Writing About

TahawulTech: 10 biggest data breaches of the 21st century

The Hacker News: Sophisticated 'TajMahal APT Framework' Remained Undetected for 5 Years

New York Times: The People Demand Answers: What Happened to Julian Assange’s Cat?