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2018-11-20 | Fancy Bear Cozy Bear, Zero Botnet, and Dad, I need hacker stickers on my laptop
Tuesday, November 20
Cozy Bear phishing email campaign detected by FireEye targeting more than 20 of their clients across multiple industries. Palo Alto Networks also reports about a new malware from Fancy Bear, more from Axios’ Joe Uchill.
TWEET OF THE DAY
“Dad, I need hacker stickers on my laptop.” - @ustayready
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Botnet goals: Council for Foreign Relations says countries should focus on getting to botnet zero. Even go so far as suggesting countries should be liable for botnets within their borders that cause harm.
NSA General Counsel’s nod to L0pht in a recent keynote
Stream Hackers, for free (and legal). Thank you, YouTube
NASA Mars 2020 Destination: Jezero Crater
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