Ukraine at D+158: Crowdsourcing a response to HIMARS. (The CyberWire) As Ukraine’s counteroffensive develops, Russia shows signs of wanting to stop HIMARS attacks, whether by provocation, misdirection, or cyberattacks against HIMARS’s manufacturer.

Analysis: A world changed, maybe permanently, by Ukraine war (AP NEWS) July 16, 1945: An incandescent mushroom cloud in New Mexico heralds the dawn of the nuclear age. July 20, 1969: Neil Armstrong takes a small step and a giant leap in the dust of the Moon.

Russia-Ukraine war latest: what we know on day 159 of the invasion (the Guardian) First grain ship departs from Odesa as part of Turkey-brokered export deal; Russia says five injured in Black Sea drone attack

Russia-Ukraine war latest: what we know on day 158 of the invasion (the Guardian) Russian embassy call for Ukrainian executions condemned; strikes hit Kharkiv school; Gazprom halts gas to Latvia; Moscow bars NZ officials

Ukraine seeks to retake the south, tying down Russian forces (AP NEWS) Even as Moscow’s war machine crawls across Ukraine’s east, trying to achieve the Kremlin’s goal of securing full control over the country’s industrial heartland, Ukrainian forces are scaling up attacks to reclaim territory in the Russian-occupied south.

Russia “clearly in a lot of trouble” in Ukraine war: Security expert (Newsweek) “We and the Americans assess that 75,000 Russian soldiers have either been killed or been wounded,” British Professor Anthony Glees said Sunday.

Ukrainian offensive forces Russia to bolster troops in occupied south (the Guardian) Looming battles will be crucial for course of war, warns intelligence chief

Volodymyr Zelenskiy urges hundreds of thousands to evacuate Donetsk region (the Guardian) Ukrainian president says ‘the more people leave Donetsk region now, the fewer people the Russian army will have time to kill’

Drone explosion hits Russia’s Black Sea Fleet headquarters (AP NEWS) A small explosive device carried by a makeshift drone blew up Sunday at the headquarters of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet on the Crimean Peninsula, wounding six people and prompting the cancellation of ceremonies there honoring Russia’s navy, authorities said.

Crimean city scraps navy event after drone attack on Black Sea HQ: Official (Newsweek) Russian President Vladimir Putin attended separate Navy Day celebrations in St. Petersburg, despite the attack in occupied Crimea.

US and Nato are Russia’s main naval threats, Vladimir Putin says (The Telegraph) The Kremlin sets out a plan to project itself to the world as a ‘great maritime power’ following a drone attack at its Crimean port

Russia-Ukraine war: Kyiv hits back at Russian calls to ‘hang’ and ‘humiliate’ Azov fighters – as it happened (the Guardian) Ukraine says comments from Russian embassy Twitter account shows Russia ‘is a state sponsor of terrorism’

Video appears to show Russian soldier castrating Ukrainian prisoner (the Guardian) Footage shows soldier with knife and surgical gloves mutilating prisoner as he lies down with hands bound

Red Cross struggles to see prison where Ukrainian POWs died (AP NEWS) Ukrainian and Russian officials blamed each other Saturday for the deaths of dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war in an attack on a prison in a separatist-controlled area. The International Red Cross asked to visit the prison to make sure the scores of wounded POWs had proper treatment, but said its request had not been granted so far.

Russia-Ukraine updates: Red Cross says no permission yet to visit Olenivka prison | DW | 31.07.2022 (Deutsche Welle) Russia said it had invited the Red Cross and the UN to visit a prison where dozens of prisoners of war died. Meanwhile, Ukraine’s president ordered residents to leave the eastern Donetsk region. DW rounds up the latest.

Red Cross renews appeal to visit site of Ukrainian POW attack (Reuters) The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has not yet received permission to visit the site of Friday’s attack that killed dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war, it said on Sunday, condemning the incident at the Olenivka facility.

Prison attack that killed Ukraine PoWs a war crime, says Zelenskiy, amid calls for UN inquiry (the Guardian) Ukraine president says more than 50 people died, as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of being behind attack on prison in Russian-occupied Donetsk

Inside devastated Mykolaiv after worst attack of war kills one of Ukraine’s richest men (The Telegraph) Suspicions that deadly missile strike was called in by Russian spies as it targets the country’s biggest grain trader at his house

Is Putin targeting civilians in Ukraine? What the evidence shows (Newsweek) Amid charges that Moscow has committed war crimes, a Newsweek investigation of Russian bombings reveals the facts obscured by the fog of war.

Russia pulls some Wagner forces from Africa for Ukraine: Townsend (Breaking Defense) “Russia is very stretched … as they’re doing what they’re doing in Ukraine so I don’t think they have a lot of bandwidth to launch new adventures in Africa,” said AFRICOM commander Stephen Townsend.

Russia failing to gain air superiority as U.S. HIMARS hit SAMs: Pentagon (Newsweek) A Pentagon official praised Ukraine for shooting down Russian planes and stopping Moscow’s forces from targeting its own aircrafts.

With Ukraine on the mind, France and Germany buying, upgrading artillery (Breaking Defense) France will purchase Caesar howitzers to replace those “loaned” to Ukraine, while Germany seeks to upgrade its own rocket artillery system.

Vladimir Putin says navy to get new Zircon hypersonic missiles in months (Newsweek) Russia has claimed the Zircon missile could strike targets within a range of 1,000 kilometers.

Belarusians kicked out of Ukraine en masse (Kyiv Independent) As Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko sided with Russia in its attempt to curtail Ukrainian independence, those fleeing Lukashenko’s oppressive regime found themselves unwanted in Ukraine as well.

‘I hate them’: Dmitry Medvedev’s journey from liberal to anti-western hawk (the Guardian) Critics say former Russian leader’s furious tirades are a desperate attempt to retain political relevance

Founder of pro-Russian hacktivist Killnet quitting group (SC Magazine) Killnet is best known for DDoS attacks against a Connecticut airport, institutions in Lithuania and Norway and the official website of the U.S. Congress.

Hackers, Hoodies, and Helmets: Technology and the changing face of Russian private military contractors (Atlantic Council) Table of contents Introduction PMCs in Russian international security strategy and the influence of technology Training military forces abroadResource

Hacktivist group Anonymous is using six top techniques to ’embarrass’ Russia (CNBC) Anonymous has been waging a “cyber war” on Russia for invading Ukraine. CNBC takes a look at how effective the collective’s six main strategies have been.

How Russian Censorship Is Resisted By Tor – TechVisibility (TechVisibility) The greatest way to remain anonymous online and avoid web restrictions has long been through the anonymity service Tor.

Live Updates: For First Time Since Start of War, a Ship With Grain Leaves Odesa (New York Times) A Russian naval blockade has prevented Ukraine from exporting millions of tons of grain, contributing to a global food crisis. The ship will need to navigate mined waters through the Black Sea.

Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities

The commercial satellite boom is leaving space vulnerable to hackers (The Record by Recorded Future) U.S. lawmakers and other researchers are seeking solutions for securing our increasingly satellite-crowded skies.

Huge network of 11,000 fake investment sites targets Europe (BleepingComputer) Researchers have uncovered a gigantic network of more than 11,000 domains used to promote numerous fake investment schemes to users in Europe.

Facebook ads push Android adware with 7 million installs on Google Play (BleepingComputer) Several adware apps promoted aggressively on Facebook as system cleaners and optimizers for Android devices are counting millions of installations on Google Play store.

Koobface Makes a Comeback (CircleID) The Koobface Gang gained notoriety from 2008 to the 2010s for spreading malware via Facebook and other social networks. Believe it or not, the gang amassed millions of dollars from their online scams while hiding in plain sight in St. Petersburg, Russia. After being publicly identified in 2012, the gang members shut down their operations.

US govt warns Americans of escalating SMS phishing attacks (BleepingComputer) The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) warned Americans of an increasing wave of SMS (Short Message Service) phishing attacks attempting to steal their personal information and money.

Microsoft links Raspberry Robin malware to Evil Corp attacks (BleepingComputer) Microsoft has discovered that an access broker it tracks as DEV-0206 uses the Raspberry Robin Windows worm to deploy a malware downloader on networks where it also found evidence of malicious activity matching Evil Corp tactics.

Microsoft ties novel ‘Raspberry Robin’ malware to Evil Corp cybercrime syndicate (The Record by Recorded Future) Microsoft’s security team published evidence this week tying the Raspberry Robin malware to Russian cybercrime syndicate Evil Corp.

FakeUpdates malware delivered via Raspberry Robin has possible ties to EvilCorp (SC Magazine) Security researchers are especially concerned about this latest EvilCorp news because the group has been sanctioned by the federal government.

Ransomware-as-a-service: Understanding the cybercrime gig economy and how to protect yourself (Microsoft Security) July 2022 update – New information about DEV-0206-associated activity wherein existing Raspberry Robin infections are being used to deploy FakeUpdates, which then leads to follow-on actions resembling DEV-0243.

CISA warns of critical Confluence bug exploited in attacks (BleepingComputer) CISA has added a critical Confluence vulnerability tracked as CVE-2022-26138 to its list of bugs abused in the wild, a flaw that can provide remote attackers with hardcoded credentials following successful exploitation.

Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog: CVE-2022-26138 Atlassian (CISA) CVE-2022-26138: Atlassian Confluence. Atlassian Questions For Confluence App Hard-coded Credentials Vulnerability. Atlassian Questions For Confluence App has hard-coded credentials, exposing the username and password in plaintext. A remote unauthenticated attacker can use these credentials to log into Confluence and access all content accessible to users in the confluence-users group. Apply updates per vendor instructions [no later than]2022-08-19

LockBit Operators Abusing Microsoft Defender To Load Cobalt Strike Beacon (TechWorm) Researchers from the cybersecurity company, SentinelOne have discovered that Microsoft’s Windows Defender is being abused by a threat actor associated

LockBit ransomware abuses Windows Defender to load Cobalt Strike (BleepingComputer) Security analysts have observed an affiliate of the LockBit 3.0 ransomware operation abusing a Windows Defender command line tool to decrypt and load Cobalt Strike beacons on the target systems.

In a Post-Macro World, Container Files Emerge as Malware-Delivery Replacement (Dark Reading) With Microsoft disabling Office macros by default, threat actors are increasingly using ISO, RAR, LNK, and similar files to deliver malware because they can get around Windows protections.

Breach Exposes Users of Microleaves Proxy Service (KrebsOnSecurity) Microleaves, a ten-year-old proxy service that lets customers route their web traffic through millions of Microsoft Windows computers, exposed their entire user database and the location of tens of millions of PCs running the proxy software. Microleaves claims its proxy…

North Korean Hackers Using Malicious Browser Extension to Spy on Email Accounts (The Hacker News) North Korean hackers have been spotted using malicious browser extensions for Chromium-based web browsers to steal email content.

Attackers use malicious browser extension to steal from Chrome users (IT World Canada) Volexity security experts have uncovered a malware campaign by a North Korean threat group identified as Kimsuky.

Solved: Subzero Spyware Secret — Austrian Firm Fingered (Security Boulevard) DSIRF GmbH codenamed ‘Knotweed’ by Microsoft and RiskIQ.

Threat actor claims to have hacked European manufacturer of missiles MBDA (Security Affairs) Threat actors that go online with the moniker Adrastea claim to have hacked the multinational manufacturer of missiles MBDA. MBDA is a European multinational developer and manufacturer of missiles that was the result of the merger of the main French, British and Italian missile systems companies (Aérospatiale–Matra, BAE Systems, and Finmeccanica (now Leonardo). The name MBDA comes from the initialism of the names missile companies: Matra, BAe Dynamics and Alenia. A threat actor […]

Ransomware group demands £500,000 from British schools, citing cyber insurance policy (The Record by Recorded Future) The Hive ransomware group is allegedly demanding £500,000 (about $608,000) from two schools in England following a hack targeting their IT systems, according to reports in British media. 

American Dental Association says April cyberattack involved ransomware (The Record by Recorded Future) The American Dental Association (ADA) is sending out breach notification letters confirming that it faced a ransomware attack in April.

Celsius Client Data Leaked in the Same Breach as OpenSea (CryptoPotato) eventually admitted that Celsius’ data has been exposed as well.

Big Questions Remain Around Massive Shanghai Police Data Breach (Dark Reading) Why was PII belonging to nearly 1 billion people housed in a single, open database? Why didn’t anyone notice it was downloaded?

BreachForums booms on the back of billion-record Chinese data leak (Register) Plenty of recent users appear to be from China, and hoping for more leaks of local data

‘Unmanageable’: Authorities Hid Key Details About Massive Cyber Attack From Congress, Lawmaker Says (Daily Caller) The Justice Department (DOJ) revealed details of a "sophisticated" cyberattack that lawmakers say had larger impact than the DOJ initially conveyed.

Security pros raise questions after breach of US federal court system disclosed (SC Magazine) Security researchers question why it took so long for news of the hack on the federal court’s document management system, which dated back to early 2020, to come out.

A Cyberattack Illuminates the Shaky State of Student Privacy (New York Times) At a moment when education technology firms are stockpiling sensitive information on millions of school children, safeguards for student data have broken down.

Thousands affected in Allegheny Health Network data breach ( The names and medical histories of 8,000 Allegheny Health Network patients might have been leaked in a data breach last month after an employee opened a phishing email that compromised their account, the health care system said Friday. Patients affected were notified by mail this week, officials said. The incident

Canada’s major arts and culture organizations fall victim to cyberattack (The Globe and Mail) National Ballet of Canada, Toronto Sympathy Orchestra, Canadian Opera Company and Canadian Stage among many Canadian arts organizations affected by data breach

US govt warns Americans of escalating SMS phishing attacks (BleepingComputer) The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) warned Americans of an increasing wave of SMS (Short Message Service) phishing attacks attempting to steal their personal information and money.

Staying Ahead of the Distortion of a Cyber Attack? (Medium) One of the most sacred responsibilities of all cybersecurity professionals is protecting information. Corporate financials, client…

911 Proxy Service Implodes After Disclosing Breach (KrebsOnSecurity) 911[.]re, a proxy service that since 2015 has sold access to hundreds of thousands of Microsoft Windows computers daily, announced this week that it is shutting down in the wake of a data breach that destroyed key components of its…

Suspected cyber attack on Sapir College (Jerusalem Post) Students and graduates of Sapir College received messages on their cell phones on Friday night, according to which the college had been “hacked,” Hebrew media reported. The personal information of some of the students may have possibly been accessed.

Israeli college targeted by cyber attack; students’ data held for ransom by hackers (PressTV) An Israeli college has come under a cyber attack, the latest in a series of such hacking incidents causing widespread disruption across the occupied Palestinian territories.

Cyber Attacks Against Critical Infrastructure Quietly Increase (GovTech) Despite the lack of major headline-grabbing cyber attacks against U.S. critical infrastructure so far in 2022, our global cyber battles continue to increase.

Cryptojacking Cases Are Rising Globally, Why So And Should This Worry You? (Outlook India) Cryptojacking cases rose 269 per cent in the financial sector globally this year. So, what are the possible reasons contributing to this menace in the finance and other sectors? Here we look at some of the cryptojacking trends worldwide.

Attackers Have ‘Favorite’ Vulnerabilities to Exploit (Dark Reading) While attackers continue to rely on older, unpatched vulnerabilities, many are jumping on new vulnerabilities as soon as they are disclosed.

Are Proof-of-Concepts Benefiting Cybercriminals?    (Security Boulevard) Public proof-of-concepts (POCs) may be helping cybercriminals more than the organizations they were designed to protect. Sophos’ Active Adversary Playbook

Juniper Research Warns Global Online Payment Fraud Losses Will Exceed $343 Billion in 5 Years (CPO Magazine) A study by Juniper Research warns that online payment fraud losses globally will reach $343 billion between 2023 and 2027.

Vulnerabilities are Beyond What You Think (Threatpost) The attack surface comprises several security risks beyond software vulnerabilities. These security risks are as threatening as a software vulnerability and must be managed rigorously


Security Startups Focus on 3 Key Areas (eWEEK) A new type of cybersecurity approach is evolving to keep pace with an ever-changing IT infrastructure and the digital transformation.

Acronis bags $250m in BlackRock-backed funding round (Fintech Global) CyberTech firm Acronis has raised $250m in an investment round that saw support from companies including BlackRock.

Imperva Reaches New Heights as it Opens PoPs in Cape Town and Rio (Imperva) Imperva is reaching new heights as we expand our global network of data centers with new points of presence (PoPs) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Cape Town, South Africa. The two cities, often compared to each other for their many similarities including their breathtaking coastlines, white sandy beaches and mountains sweeping down to the […]

Alan Masarek joins Avaya as President and CEO (Help Net Security) Avaya Holdings appoints Alan Masarek as its President and CEO and as a member of Avaya’s Board of Directors, effective August 1, 2022.

Products, Services, and Solutions

New infosec products of the week: July 29, 2022 (Help Net Security) The featured infosec products this week are from:

Kaspersky, Saudi Technology Control to combat cyberattack (Arab News) Global cybersecurity firm Kaspersky has signed a strategic agreement with Technology Control Company, a security services, digital services and big data company in Saudi Arabia, at the @Hack Infosec Conference 2021. The managed security service provider agreement was marked at the conference, one of Saudi Arabia’s most anticipated information-security events of the year. The move is in line with Technology Control Company’s commitment to providing its customers in Saudi Arabia with enhanced managed security services.

Technologies, Techniques, and Standards

Cyber attacks on national-security targets will never end. That’s why going analog is part of the solution (MarketWatch) Digital breaches will occur regardless of the time and amount spent on fighting hackers.

Chaos Versus Clarity – Why Context Is Needed for Security (CPO Magazine) Asia Pacific was reportedly the most attacked region in 2021, with server access and ransomware being the top two attacks; and Japan, Australia and India being the most attacked countries across the region.

Protecting Your Data Before a Ransomware Attack (Technology Solutions That Drive Education) Cybercriminals continue to target colleges and universities, making resilient backups and robust prevention and detection must-haves.

Why are charities falling behind on cyber security? (Charity Digital) We explore how large charities can stop falling behind other sectors in their understanding of cyber security

NSA, Navy See Collaboration, Training as Key to Improving Cybersecurity Posture (Government CIO) The Navy and NSA believe collaborative public-private partnership and training will significantly boost overall cybersecurity posture.

Why You Should—or Shouldn’t—Buy a Home Security Camera (Wall Street Journal) Smart cameras from Ring, Nest, Arlo and others are useful, but you can protect your privacy and that of your neighbors by enabling encryption and other settings.

Design and Innovation

Learning from Ukraine, DISA extends Thunderdome to include classified SIPRNet (Breaking Defense) “While we have been working on developing a zero trust prototype for the unclassified network, we realized early on that we must develop one, in tandem, for the classified side,” Christopher Barnhurst, DISA deputy director, said.

The engineer Google fired after he claimed its AI may be sentient says the company intentionally keeps itself in the dark (Silicon Valley Business Journal) Blake Lemoine was not surprised by his termination, claiming that Google fires any AI ethicist who raises issues that it doesn’t want to address.

Legislation, Policy, and Regulation

Cyber Symposium – The Private Sector View on Use of Force (Articles of War) Even before Russia’s 2022 invasion of Ukraine, major Russian cyber operations were reportedly underway. Looking back, could these pre-invasion cyber operations be regarded as a use of force under international la

‘Too much she’ll be right’ on cyber resilience (Newsroom) Budget 2022 saw a collective $30 million invested in the country’s cyber resilience, including funding for a world-first measurement framework.

The resilience myth: Fatal flaws in the push to secure chip supply chains (Nikkei Asia) From China to the U.S. to Europe, semiconductor makers are being showered with subsidies, but to what effect?

Saudi Arabia a critical partner in fighting cyberthreats, White House cyber official says (CyberScoop) The kingdom is a vital partner to ensure the U.S. can block Chinese telecom giant Huawei from dominating networks in the Mideast and Africa.

House approves legislation to fully fund FCC rip-and-replace program (Inside Cybersecurity) The House has passed legislation to meet the Federal Communications Commission’s request on additional funding for its rip-and-replace program to reimburse eligible providers who remove untrustworthy equipment from Huawei and ZTE that the government has deemed a national security risk.

How a National Security Briefing Convinced Senators to Pass the Chips Bill (Time) The bill’s ultimate success came about after a pivotal closed-door national security briefing in mid-July.

Space Force officially creates cryptologic service component for NSA (FedScoop) The Space Force has officially established its own cryptologic component, FedScoop has learned. Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall made the notification July 2, according to a Space Force spokesperson. The director for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, S2, will serve as the service cryptologic chief with the S2 staff serving as the cryptologic staff. […]

Senate Appropriations proposes $360 million for nonprofit security grants (Jewish Insider) This is the first year Senate appropriators have met the requested amount put forward by Jewish groups

Litigation, Investigation, and Law Enforcement

Is the People’s Good the Highest Law? The Concept of Necessity in Investor-State Protections (Global Arbitration Review) In April 2020, the Swedish telecommunications agency invited network operators to participate in a 5G network auction. The tender documents required bidders not to use equipment provided by the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei. In excluding Huawei equipment from its 5G network, Sweden joined a long line of other nations. Countries that have issued partial or full bans on the use of Huawei equipment include Australia,[2] France,[3] Germany,[4] New Zealand, the United Kingdom[5] and the United States.[6]

German prosecutors issue warrant for Russian government hacker over energy sector attacks (The Record by Recorded Future) German prosecutors have issued a warrant for the arrest of Pavel A, a Russian national they accuse of being part of the Berzerk Bear hacking group within Russia’s FSB.

EU Found Evidence Its Employees’ Phones Were Compromised Using Pegasus: Report (The Wire) EU Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders wrote in a letter that iPhone maker Apple had told him in 2021 that his iPhone had possibly been hacked using Pegasus. The letter has been seen by Reuters.

NSO Investigation Concludes Israeli Police ‘Exceeded Orders,’ Sources Say (Haaretz) Investigation of the NSO affair could lead to an admission that police exceeded the limits of their wiretapping warrants, but sources say the report claims they did not hack any phones without court approval

Australia charges dev of Imminent Monitor RAT used by domestic abusers (BleepingComputer) ​An Australian man was charged for developing and selling the Imminent Monitor remote access trojan, used to spy on victims’ devices remotely.

Brisbane teenager built spyware used by domestic violence perpetrators across world, police allege (the Guardian) Jacob Wayne John Keen, 24, is alleged to have created hacking tool when 15 years old and sold it to more than 14,500 people

Homeland Security watchdog halted plan to recover Secret Service texts, records show (Washington Post) The Department of Homeland Security’s chief watchdog scrapped its investigative team’s effort to collect agency phones to try to recover deleted Secret Service texts this year, according to four people with knowledge of the decision and internal records reviewed by The Washington Post.

Secret Service may disable iMessages to avoid repeat of Jan. 6 controversy (POLITICO) The agency is weighing the trade-offs of restricting how employees can text on their work phones.

F.T.C. Chair Upends Antitrust Standards With Meta Lawsuit (New York Times) Lina Khan may set off a shift in how Washington regulates competition by filing cases in tech areas before they mature. She faces an uphill climb.

U.S. regulators order Voyager Digital to stop ‘false and misleading’ deposit insurance claims (Reuters) U.S. banking regulators have ordered crypto firm Voyager Digital to cease and desist from making “false and misleading” claims that its customers’ funds were protected by the government.

Brazil prosecutors ask WhatsApp to delay launch of new tool until January (Reuters) Brazilian prosecutors on Friday called on messaging platform WhatsApp to delay the launch in Brazil of its new feature called Communities until January to avoid the spread of fake news during and immediately after the country’s election in October.

Twitter v. Elon Musk trial date set to start October 17th (The Verge) Lawyers for Twitter and Musk agreed on something.

Elon Musk countersues Twitter over merger, but details aren’t yet public (CNBC) It wasn’t clear why Musk asked the court to keep details of his countersuit confidential when the billionaire had been publicly critical of Twitter recently.

Tim Hortons Offers a Free Coffee and Pastry for Spying on People for Over a Year (Vice) The wholesome Canadian chain caused a scandal when its privacy violation was revealed, and now it’s proposing a free coffee and a baked good as restitution.

Meta, US hospitals sued for using healthcare data to target ads (BleepingComputer) A class action lawsuit has been filed in the Northern District of California against Meta (Facebook), the UCSF Medical Center, and the Dignity Health Medical Foundation, alleging that the organizations are unlawfully collecting sensitive healthcare data about patients for targeted advertising.

Alleged ShinyHunters Hacker Group Member Arrested (HackRead) Sebastian Raoult (Le Français Sébastien Raoult), aka Sezyo, was arrested on June 1st, 2022 from the Rabat international airport and is believed to be one of the alleged members of the infamous ShinyHunters group.

How Streaming Stars Pay the Price of Online Fame (New York Times) Stars on Twitch, the video game streaming platform, invite viewers into their homes virtually. What happens when one shows up in person?