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By now we’re used to the idea of software companies running bug bounty initiatives which hand out thousands of dollars in prizes to independent researchers who find and responsibly disclose security holes. But, as Wired reports, it’s not just technology companies who are recognising the advantages of having white hat hackers test their systems. The […]

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Researchers from Kaspersky Labs disclosed this morning that advanced threat actors have found an insidious solution for the constant seizure and takedown of their domains and command-and-control (C&C) servers by ISPs and law enforcement agencies – the use of #satellite-based #internet #links. The Russian-speaking spy gang of cyber-criminals, known as the “#turla group,” is a […]

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I listened to a great Webinar by Rick Holland today about digital threat intelligence. During the talk he mentioned the precedent of declassifying satellite imagery as an example of an action the government could take with respect to “proving” DPRK attribution. Rick is a former military intelligence analyst like me, and I’ve had similar thoughts […]

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