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  1. Congress to take another stab at 'hack back' legislation
  2. Phishing kits are licensed, managed and pirated like any other legitimate software
  3. Will Hurd’s Black Hat keynote nixed amid criticism of voting record
  4. The group behind Trisis has expanded its targeting to the U.S. electric sector
  5. Medical infusion-pump system has two serious bugs, researchers say
  6. Twitter scrubs nearly 5,000 accounts tied to state-backed information operations
  7. Criminal campaign uses leaked NSA tools to set up cryptomining scheme, Trend Micro says
  8. The moral clarity of 'Cult of the Dead Cow'
  9. Congress to take another stab at 'hack back' legislation
  10. Phishing kits are licensed, managed and pirated like any other legitimate software
  11. CrowdStrike stock skyrockets on first day of Nasdaq trading
  12. Not quite fake news: Twitter accounts amplify old stories to sow discord
  13. Evernote patches flaw potentially affecting 4.6 million users of Google Chrome extension
  14. Cybersecurity has done more to drive government cloud use than any other feature, intel official says
  15. FIN8 tries to breach U.S. hotel with new malware variant, researchers say
  16. U.S. ramping up offensive cyber measures to stop economic attacks, Bolton says
  17. House's defense bill looks to protect Pentagon's tech supply chain
  18. House's defense bill looks to protect Pentagon's tech supply chain
  19. Have I Been Pwned enlists KPMG to find a buyer
  20. Customs and Border Protection subcontractor hack exposes traveler photos, license plates
  21. Customs and Border Protection subcontractor hack exposes traveler photos, license plates
  22. Customs and Border Protection subcontractor hack exposes traveler photos, license plates
  23. That push notification on your phone might be a phishing attempt
  24. More than 1 million accounts from retro gaming site Emuparadise compromised
  25. Senator asks Department of Justice if it can keep a lid on its software exploits
  26. Ruling possible soon on legality of discounted anti-spearphishing services for campaigns
  27. Google's Triada backdoor demonstrates vulnerabilities in the mobile supply chain
  28. Proposed State Department bureau takes wrong approach to U.S. cyber diplomacy
  29. Magecart's 'shotgun approach' to payment card theft is wreaking havoc on e-commerce sites
  30. Researchers uncover new MuddyWater targeting of government, telecom entities
  31. Corporations beware: Dark web markets are selling tools targeting your accounts
  32. West Africa's Scattered Canary gang shows how cybercriminals supersize email scams
  33. Russian Twitter bots lay dormant for months before impersonating activists
  34. State Department proposes new $20.8 million cybersecurity bureau
  35. Eyeing IPO, SentinelOne raises $120 million in Series D funding
  36. House bill would boost CISA funding by $335 million
  37. Imperva to acquire Distil Networks to add bot mitigation to its offerings
  38. Sen. Van Hollen: Government sees no EternalBlue in Baltimore ransomware attack
  39. Bank heist with FIN7 traits went down while leaders were on the run, research suggests
  40. How to demonstrate trust in cybersecurity practices with organization leaders
  41. Quest Diagnostics pins breach affecting 11.9 million patients on debt collector
  42. Ruppersberger: NSA has no evidence EternalBlue was in Baltimore attack
  43. U.S. Cyber Command selects new top deputy for Gen. Nakasone
  44. Ruppersberger: NSA has no evidence EternalBlue was in Baltimore attack
  45. Another fast-food hack, this time at Checkers and Rally's restaurants
  46. NSA points to two-year patching window in remarks about Baltimore incident
  47. Alleged LinkedIn hacker Yevgeniy Nikulin will stand trial in U.S. court, despite mental illness symptoms
  48. U.S. Cyber Command selects new top deputy for Gen. Nakasone
  49. Tech giants say UK spy agency’s encryption proposal is threat to security and human rights
  50. Latest Snowden dump reveals NSA discussed Russian civil targets
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