Major Vulnerabilities / Miscellaneous

2014: Heartbleed
2013: Silk Road

Petya (2017)

  • 11-08-2017: Ukrainian man cuffed on suspicion of distributing NotPetya.  [The Register]
  • 18-07-2017: Petya cyber-attack still disrupting firms weeks later.  [BBC News]
  • 12-07-2017: Firms that didn’t patch and enabled local admin rights continue to suffer post cyber-attack.  [BitDefender]
  • 07-07-2017: Backdoored automatic updates amplify NotPetya's destruction.  [THG]  [Wired]
  • 07-07-2017: Petya ransomware maker releases master key for file decryption.  [THG]  [HardOCP]  [Graham Cluley]
  • 07-07-2017: Largest advertising company in the world still wincing after NotPetya.  [The Register]
  • 07-07-2017: Petya victim given hope by researchers.  [BBC News]
  • 06-07-2017: NotPetya ransomware hackers want 100 Bitcoins for decryption keys.  [ExtremeTech]
  • 05-07-2017: Petya ransomware authors demand $250,000 in first public statement since the attack.  [The Verge]  [BBC News]
  • 05-07-2017: Ukraine authorities raid MeDoc in NotPetya investigation.  [The Register]  [Gizmodo]  [Ars Technica]
  • 03-07-2017: Ukranian company that spread Petya could face criminal charges for vulnerability.  [The Verge]
  • 03-07-2017: US-CERT issues 'Petya' alert, as ransomware attacks go mainstream.  [THG]
  • 03-07-2017: The Office: Life after a virus.  [BBC News]
  • 02-07-2017: NATO could be forced to respond to the Petya attack.  [The Verge]  [Gizmodo]
  • 02-07-2017: Ukraine security service: Russia behind cyber-attack.  [BBC News]  [The Register]
  • 01-07-2017: How shipping giant Maersk dealt with a malware meltdown.  [Wired]
  • 01-07-2017: The hot new cyberattack that's sweeping the nation.  [Engadget]
  • 01-07-2017: NotPetya developers may have obtained NSA exploits weeks before their public leak.  [Ars Technica]
  • 01-07-2017: Hacker behind massive ransomware attack has no access to emails from victims who paid.  [NZ Herald]
  • 30-06-2017: Latest ransomware techniques show need for layered security.  [PacketU]  [Voxy]
  • 30-06-2017: Wiper Malware in global attack actually destroys data.  [DC Knowledge]
  • 30-06-2017: NotPetya cyber attack's intention may have been malware installation in Ukraine.  [Stuff]
    • 30-06-2017: Europol, FBI, UK's NCA to help Ukraine's.  [The Register]
  • 29-06-2017: Janus resurfaces, wants to help with NotPetya.  [The Register]  [Gizmodo]
  • 29-06-2017: How artificial intelligence is taking on ransomware.  [Stuff]
  • 29-06-2017: Cyberattack clogs world port systems and major networks.  [Stuff]
  • 28-06-2017: US hit by cyberattack that targeted Ukraine and Russia.  [Engadget]  [NZ Herald]  [Voxy]
  • 28-06-2017: Petya ransomware: everything we know about the massive cyber attack.  [The Verge]  [Voxy]
  • 28-06-2017: The Petya ransomware is starting to look like a cyberattack in disguise.  [The Verge]  [THG]
    • 28-06-2017: Petya massive ransomware outbreak was something much worse.  [Ars Technica]  [The Verge]  [Wired]
    • 29-06-2017: Recent 'NotPetya' attacks might not be ransomware at all.  [Engadget]
  • 28-06-2017: Cyberattacks disrupt Chernobyl’s automatic monitoring system.  [ExtremeTech]
  • 28-06-2017: There is a killswitch for NotPetya.  [HardOCP]  [Amith Serper]
  • 28-06-2017: Petya ransomware: everything we know about the massive cyber attack.  [The Verge]  [HardOCP]
  • 28-06-2017: Tax software blamed for cyber-attack spread.  [BBC News]
  • 28-06-2017: Everything you need to know about the PetyaWrap.  [The Register]
  • 28-06-2017: Global cyber attack: Windows computers must be updated, officials say.  [NZ Herald]
  • 28-06-2017: How to protect your computer against the latest ransomware attack.  [Stuff]
  • 28-06-2017: No reports yet of Petya ransomware hitting NZ.  [Stuff]  [Geekzone]
  • 27-06-2017: Latest ransomware hackers didn't make WannaCry's mistakes.  [Wired]
  • 27-06-2017: Today's global ransomware attack weaponized software updates.  [The Verge]
  • 27-06-2017: It’s already too late for today’s ransomware victims to pay up and save their computers.  [The Verge]  [Gizmodo]
  • 27-06-2017: PetyaWrap: a new ransomware outbreak similar to WCry is shutting down computers worldwide.  [Ars Technica]  [BBC News]  [Stuff]  [Graham Cluley]  [DC Knowledge]  [The Register]  [ExtremeTech]  [The Verge]  [Wired]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]  [Krebs]  [DC Knowledge]  [NZ Herald]

WannaCry  (2017)

  • 31-10-2017: North Korea calls UK WannaCry accusations 'wicked'.  [BBC News]
  • 03-08-2017: WannaCry ransomware bitcoins move from online wallets.  [BBC News]  [THG]  [The Register]  [Ars Technica]  [Gizmodo]
    • 04-08-2017: Wannacry money laundering attempt thwarted.  [BBC News]
    • 05-08-2017: Researchers say WannaCry operator moved bitcoins to “untraceable” Monero.  [Ars Technica]
  • 10-07-2017: Surfer who saved world from WannaCry attack ready for next wave.  [Stuff]
  • 08-07-2017: The only way to stop another WannaCry is with regulations.  [Engadget]
  • 08-07-2017: The next WannaCry cyber attack could cost insurers $3.4 billion.  [NZ Herald]
  • 05-07-2017: UK Parliament launches inquiry into NHS WannaCrypt outbreak.  [The Register]
  • 31-05-2017: If you think WannaCry was huge, wait for EternalRocks.  [DC Knowledge]
  • 31-05-2017: WannaCry theory points to currency manipulation.  [HardOCP]
  • 30-05-2017: Windows XP computers were mostly immune to WannaCry.  [The Verge]  [The Register]  [Graham Cluley]
  • 30-05-2017: Ransomware realities: In your normal life, strangers don't extort you - but here you are.  [The Register]
  • 30-05-2017: WannaCry exposed healthcare's ills.  [EETimes]
  • 29-05-2017: WannaLaugh? WannaCrypt ported to Commodore, Cisco, Nintendo and Tesla.  [The Register]
  • 26-05-2017: WannaCry‬pt ransomware note likely written by Google Translate-using Chinese speakers.  [The Register]  [BBC News]  [Gizmodo]
  • 25-05-2017: Wormable WannaCry type vulnerability for Linux & Unix with Samba.  [HardOCP]
  • 25-05-2017: Ransomware and IoT.  [Schneier]
  • 25-05-2017: Russian postal service 'hit by WannaCry'.  [BBC News]
  • 25-05-2017: Android app store is full of useless, unwanted anti-WannaCry apps.  [Graham Cluley]
  • 25-05-2017: Ransomware hits Australian hospitals after botched patch.  [The Register]
  • 24-05-2017: Reading list: WannaCry and ransomware.  [Russ White]  [CircleID]  [EFF]  [CSA]
  • 23-05-2017: The future of ransomware.  [Schneier]  [Russ White]
  • 23-05-2017: US politicians think companies should be allowed to 'hack back' after WannaCry.  [Graham Cluley]
  • 23-05-2017: There’s new evidence tying WCry ransomware worm to prolific hacking group.  [Ars Technica]
  • 23-05-2017: WannaCry: Ransomware attacks show strong links to Lazarus group.  [Voxy]
  • 23-05-2017: Ransomware cyber-attacks impact growing on NZ.  [Voxy]
  • 22-05-2017: 7 NSA hack tool wielding follow-up worm oozes onto scene.  [The Register]
  • 22-05-2017: Samsung working with South Korean government to increase protection against WannaCry.  [Sammobile]
  • 20-05-2017: Windows 7, not XP, was the reason last week’s WCry worm spread so widely.  [Ars Technica]  [BBC News]  [HardOCP]  [ITnews]
  • 20-05-2017: More people infected by recent WCry worm can unlock PCs without paying ransom.  [Ars Technica]
  • 20-05-2017: WannaCry: Everything you still need to know.  [The Register]
  • 19-05-2017: Hackers are trying to reignite WannaCry with non-stop botnet attacks.  [Wired]  [Gizmodo]
  • 19-05-2017: Almost all WannaCry victims were running Windows 7.  [The Verge]
  • 19-05-2017: WannaCrypt makes an easy case for Linux.  [HardOCP]  [TechRepublic]
  • 19-05-2017: WannaCrypt: Roots, reasons and why scramble patching won't save you now.  [The Register]
  • 19-05-2017: Crooks use WannaCrypt hysteria as hook for BT-branded phishing emails.  [The Register]
  • 19-05-2017: WannaCry ransomware.  [Schneier]
  • 19-05-2017: There's an easy fix for WannaCry, if you haven't rebooted yet.  [Engadget]  [The Register]  [HardOCP]
  • 18-05-2017: WannaCry lessons.  [BBC News]
  • 18-05-2017: High-profile extortion hacks aren't paying off.  [Wired]
  • 18-05-2017: Windows XP PCs infected by WCry can be decrypted without paying ransom.  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]
  • 18-05-2017: WannaCry - Who's to blame?  [Graham Cluley]
  • 18-05-2017: Azure users told they're not WannaCrypt-proof.  [The Register]
  • 17-05-2017: After WannaCry, a new bill would force the NSA to justify its hacking tools.  [The Verge]  [Engadget]
  • 17-05-2017: The NSA’s leaked Windows hack caused more damage than just WannaCry.  [The Verge]
  • 17-05-2017: Significant number of devices continue to expose Windows SMB on port 445.  [The Register]
  • 17-05-2017: Ransomware fear-flinger Uiwix fails to light.  [The Register]
  • 17-05-2017: Cisco warns: Some products might have WannaCrypt vuln.  [The Register]
  • 17-05-2017: Cryptocurrency-mining malware has been using WannaCry's NSA exploit for weeks.  [Graham Cluley]  [The Register]  [HardOCP]  [Proofpoint]  [Engadget]
  • 17-05-2017: Symantec blocks 22 million attempted WannaCry ransomware attacks globally.  [Geekzone]  [Voxy]
  • 17-05-2017: WannaCry ransomware victims told not to pay up by Cert NZ.  [Stuff]
  • 16-07-2017: Why governments won't let go of secret software bugs.  [Wired]
  • 16-05-2017: WannaCry and the malware hall of fame.  [BBC News]
  • 16-05-2017: Massive cryptocurrency botnet used leaked NSA exploits weeks before WCry.  [Ars Technica]
  • 16-05-2017: Pirated Windows led to WannaCry's spread in China and Russia.  [Engadget]
  • 16-05-2017: Embarrassed companies hit by ransomware pay up, and keep it quiet.  [Stuff]
  • 15-05-2017: InternetNZ: WannaCry provides important lessons for cyber security.  [Voxy]
  • 15-05-2017: China staggering under WannaCrypt outbreak.  [The Register]
  • 15-05-2017: Wana Decrypt0r (WannaCry Ransomware) - Computerphile.  [YouTube]
  • 15-05-2017: The 'WannaCry' ransomware is a stark reminder of a broken system.  [Engadget]
  • 15-05-2017: The WannaCry ransomware hackers made some real amateur mistakes.  [Wired]
  • 15-05-2017: The WannaCry ransomware has mysterious ties to North Korea.  [The Verge]  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]  [Stuff]  [Engadget]  [The Register]  [HardOCP]  [CIO]
    • 16-05-2017: Did North Korea write WannaCry?  [Schneier]  [NYT]
    • 17-05-2017: Expert finds more possible North Korea links to cyberattack.  [NZ Herald]  [Stuff]
    • 22-05-2017: North Korea denies link to WannaCry ransomware attack.  [Graham Cluley]
    • 22-05-2017: North Korean cyberwar capabilities.  [Schneier]  [Reuters]  [NZ Herald]  [Stuff]
    • 23-05-2017: More evidence for WannaCry 'link' to North Korean hackers.  [BBC News]
  • 15-05-2017: WannaCry ransomware ransonworm.  [HardOCP]
  • 15-05-2017: WannaCry ransomware small impact to US infrastructure.  [HardOCP]  [Reuters]
  • 15-05-2017: Why don't they just update?  [HardOCP]
  • 15-05-2017: WannaCry evolves to Uiwix ransomworm.  [HardOCP]  [The Register]
  • 15-05-2017: WannaCrypt outbreak contained as hunt for masterminds kicks in.  [BBC News]  [NZ Herald]
  • 15-05-2017: Watch what happens when ransomware hits.  [BBC News]
  • 15-05-2017: WannaCry ransomware cyber-attacks slow but fears remain.  [BBC News]
  • 15-05-2017: Global manhunt for WannaCry creators.  [BBC News]
  • 15-05-2017: Global cyberattack: Phone scammer warning for NZ.  [NZ Herald]
  • 15-05-2017: Ransomware cyber-attack: Who has been hardest hit?  [BBC News]
  • 15-05-2017: Should you pay the WannaCry ransom?  [BBC News]
  • 15-05-2017: Microsoft blasts spy agencies for hoarding security exploits.  [Engadget]  [BBC News]  [The Register]  [Ars Technica]  [Graham Cluley]  [THG]
    • 15-05-2017: Is Microsoft to blame for the largest ransomware attacks in internet history?  [The Verge]
    • 15-05-2017: Microsoft attempts to shift blame onto NSA.  [EtherealMind]
    • 16-05-2017: Microsoft faulted over ransomware while shifting blame to NSA.  [DC Knowledge]
  • 15-05-2017: WannaCry Ransomware: all the updates on the cyberattack.  [The Verge]  [Stuff]
  • 15-05-2017: Experts brace for unstoppable ransomware.  [Stuff]
  • 15-05-2017: Cyberattack hits at least 200,000 victims in 150 countries.  [Stuff]  [The Verge]  [NZ Herald]
  • 15-05-2017: New Zealand should be on alert as borders mean nothing for cyber-attackers.  [Stuff]
  • 14-05-2017: 'WannaCry' ransomware evolves despite attempts to kill it.  [Engadget]
  • 14-05-2017: Cyber-attack: Firms 'must patch before Monday morning'.  [BBC News]  [NZ Herald]  [Gizmodo]
  • 14-05-2017: Europol: ransomware cyber-attack threat escalating.  [BBC News]
  • 14-05-2017: Renault and Nissan plants hit by massive ransomware attack.  [Jalopnik]  [The Verge]
  • 14-05-2017: Next cyber-attack could be imminent, warn experts.  [BBC News]
  • 14-05-2017: Kiwis warned not to click strange link to avoid global cyber-attack.  [NZ Herald]
  • 14-05-2017: Businesses should batten down cyber-security hatches amidst ransom hacks.  [Stuff]
  • 14-05-2017: Malware attack: How to protect yourself online.  [BBC News]
  • 14-05-2017: New Zealand upping digital security after 'massive' worldwide cyberattack.  [Stuff]
  • 13-05-2017: Ransomware problems blamed on legacy apps and patch problems.  [THG]
  • 13-05-2017: Global ‘Wana’ Ransomware Outbreak Earned Perpetrators $26,000 So Far.  [Krebs]  [Gizmodo]  [HardOCP]
    • 17-05-2017: WCry ransomware worm’s Bitcoin take tops $70k as its spread continues.  [Ars Technica]
  • 13-05-2017: Microsoft Issues WanaCrypt Patch for Windows 8, XP.  [Krebs]  [Ars Technica]  [The Verge]  [THG]  [ExtremeTech]
    • 14-05-2017: If you still use Windows XP, prepare for the worst.  [Wired]
    • 15-05-2017: Security minister says XP issue a 'red herring'.  [BBC News]
    • 16-05-2017: Microsoft's WinXP fix was built in February.  [The Register]
    • 21-06-2017: Is continuing to patch WinXP a mistake?  [Schneier]
  • 13-05-2017: Cyber-attack: Europol says it was unprecedented in scale.  [BBC News]
  • 13-05-2017: Global cyber-attack: Security blogger halts ransomware 'by accident'.  [BBC News]  [Stuff]  [HardOCP]  [Gizmodo]  [The Verge]  [NZ Herald]  [Wired]  [ExtremeTech]  [Ars Technica]
  • 13-05-2017: How to avoid a cyber attack: Malware and ransomware explained.  [Stuff]  [Stuff]  [Lifehacker]  [Stuff]
  • 13-05-2017: Today's massive ransomware attack was mostly preventable - here's how to avoid it.  [Gizmodo]
  • 13-05-2017: Global cyberattack: NZ's spy agency strengthening security.  [NZ Herald]
  • 13-05-2017: NHS cyber-attack: 'The next step for organised crime'.  [BBC News]  [Hexus]  [Gizmodo]
    • 14-05-2017: 'It's life and death to us': how the cyber attack could have cost patients lives.  [NZ Herald]
    • 14-05-2017: NHS cyber-attack: More ransomware cases 'likely on Monday'.  [BBC News]
    • 15-05-2017: NHS cyber-attack: No 'second spike' but disruption continues.  [BBC News]
    • 18-05-2017: Great Ormond Street children's hospital still offline after WannaCrypt omnishambles.  [The Register]
    • 23-05-2017: Kiwi solution helps NHS weather ransomware attacks.  [Voxy]
    • 25-05-2017: NHS Digital stopped short of advising against paying off WannaCrypt.  [The Register]
    • 29-06-2017: NHS WannaCrypt postmortem: Outbreak blamed on lack of accountability.  [The Register]
    • 12-07-2017: WannaCry prompts promise of extra cash towards NHS security.  [The Register]
    • 28-08-2017: WannaCrypt NHS victim Lanarkshire infected by malware again.  [The Register]  [BBC News]  [Graham Cluley]
    • 27-10-2017: 'Basic IT security' could have prevented UK NHS WannaCry attack.  [Engadget]
  • 12-05-2017: An NSA-derived ransomware worm is shutting down computers worldwide.  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]
  • 12-05-2017: 74 countries hit by NSA-powered WannaCrypt ransomware backdoor.  [The Register]  [Ars Technica]  [DC Knowledge]  [Stuff]  [NZ Herald]  [HardOCP]  [ExtremeTech]  [THG]  [Wired]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]

CIA Leak  (2017)

  • 09-05-2017: Cisco kills leaked CIA 0-day that let attackers commandeer 318 switch models.  [Ars Technica]
  • 14-04-2017: The new CIA head hates WikiLeaks - when convenient.  [Engadget]
  • 10-04-2017: Fourth WikiLeaks CIA attack tool dump.  [Schneier]  [WikiLeaks]
  • 08-04-2017: WikiLeaks just dropped the CIA’s secret how-to for infecting Windows.  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [HardOCP]  [THG]
  • 03-04-2017: Wikileaks releases code that could unmask CIA hacking operations.  [Ars Technica]  [BBC News]
  • 31-03-2017: WikiLeaks exposes CIA anti-forensics tool that makes the US seem fluent in enemy tongues.  [The Register]
  • 24-03-2017: Second WikiLeaks dump of CIA documents.  [Schneier]  [WikiLeaks]
  • 23-03-2017: CIA agents can install software on Apple Macs, iPhones.  [The Register]  [ExtremeTech]  [The Verge]  [Wired]  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]
  • 19-03-2017: Cisco reports bug disclosed in Wikileaks' Vault 7 CIA dump.  [The Register]  [Ars Technica]  [THG]  [HardOCP]  [Cisco]  [ExtremeTech]  [DC Knowledge]  [EtherealMind]
  • 14-03-2017: Convicted CIA leaker John Kiriakou's got some opinions about WikiLeaks.  [Wired]
  • 13-03-2017: WikiLeaks pings Microsoft after promise to share CIA tools.  [The Register]
  • 13-03-2017: The CIA WikiLeaks dump tells us that encryption works.  [HardOCP]  [AP]
  • 13-03-2017: Comments on the WikiLeaks CIA Vault #7.  [Russ White]  [Errata Security]
  • 12-03-2017: Why WikiLeaks revelations prove it's time for me to stick duct tape over the camera on my laptop.  [Stuff]
  • 09-03-2017: Does WikiLeaks CIA dump suggest cybersecurity is largely futile?  [DC Knowledge]
  • 09-03-2017: Security flaws 'undiscovered for years'.  [BBC News]
  • 09-03-2017: Wikileaks is offering tech firms CIA files first.  [BBC News]  [Krebs]  [NZ Herald]  [The Register]  [Graham Cluley]
    • 21-03-2017: WikiLeaks not disclosing CIA-hoarded vulnerabilities to companies.  [Schneier]
  • 09-03-2017: FBI and CIA launch criminal investigation into 'malware leaks'.  [BBC News]
  • 09-03-2017: CIA responds to WikiLeaks with an extra long 'no comment'.  [Engadget]
  • 08-03-2017: How the CIA's hacking hoard makes everyone less secure.  [Wired]
  • 08-03-2017: The CIA leak exposes tech's vulnerable future.  [Wired]
  • 08-03-2017: CIA hacks smartphones to work around encrypted communications.  [THG]
  • 08-03-2017: The CIA may be hacking cars, as well as phones and TVs.  [ExtremeTech]
  • 08-03-2017: Cisco equipment Comprehsively Pwned by US Government.  [EtherealMind]  [LinkedIn Blog --> Archive]  [Cisco Blog]
  • 08-03-2017: CIA hacking dossier leak reignites debate over vulnerability disclosure.  [The Register]
  • 08-03-2017: More on the CIA document leak.  [Schneier]
  • 08-03-2017: Apple, Samsung and Microsoft react to Wikileaks' CIA dump.  [BBC News]
  • 08-03-2017: CIA hacking tools: Should we be worried?  [BBC News]
  • 08-03-2017: The CIA exploit list in full: The good, the bad, and the very ugly.  [The Register]
  • 07-03-2017: WikiLeaks CIA dump gives Russian hacking deniers the perfect ammo.  [Wired]
  • 07-03-2017: After NSA hacking exposé, CIA staffers asked where Equation Group went wrong.  [Ars Technica]
  • 07-03-2017: CIA hacking code names.  [Gizmodo]
  • 07-03-2017: Don't let WikiLeaks scare you off Signal and other encrypted chat apps.  [Wired]
  • 07-03-2017: How the CIA can hack your phone, PC and TV.  [Wired]
  • 07-03-2017: The CIA is hacking Samsung Smart TVs.  [The Verge]  [Graham Cluley]  [SamMobile]  [HardOCP]  [HotHardware]
    • 07-03-2017: How to tell if the CIA hacked your Samsung TV.  [Wired]
    • 08-03-2017: I am your Samsung smart TV, and I'm positively not spying on you.  [Wired]
  • 07-03-2017: WikiLeaks publishes trove of CIA hacking tools.  [Ars Technica]  [HardOCP]  [WikiLeaks]  [Wired]  [Gizmodo]  [Krebs]  [Graham Cluley]

Dyn IoT DDoS  (2016-2017)

  • 13-01-2017: Dyn, Bind, and DNS strategy.  [Secure64]
  • 08-11-2016: Lessons from the Dyn DDOS attack.  [Schneier]
  • 07-11-2016: Largest DDoS attack ever pulled off by bored teens?  [HardOCP]  [Vice]
  • 04-11-2016: Dyn, BIND and DNS strategy.  [Secure64]
  • 01-11-2016: New, more-powerful IoT botnet infects 3,500 devices in 5 days.  [Ars Technica]
  • 31-10-2016: A successor to Mirai? Newly discovered malware aims to create fresh IoT botnet.  [The Register]
  • 31-10-2016: Could a ‘good worm’ save the Internet of Things from the Mirai botnet?  [Graham Cluley]
  • 27-10-2016: DDos on Dyn used malicious TCP, UDP traffic.  [Network Computing]
  • 26-10-2016: Blocking attacks from the Incredibly Insecure Internet of Things (IIIoT).  [Secure64]
  • 26-10-2016: Mirai botnet DDoSed 167 Dyn data centers globally.  [DC Knowledge]
  • 25-10-2016: The new age of IoT-based DDoS attacks.  [Network Computing]
  • 25-10-2016: What MSPs should learn from the Dyn Internet attack.  [DC Knowledge]
  • 25-10-2016: Dyn DDoS attack sheds new light on the growing IoT problem.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • 24-10-2016: Dyn’s DDoS reveals IoT weak points.  [Russ White]  [TheNewStack]
  • 24-10-2016: Hacktivist crew claims it launched last week's DDoS mega-attack.  [The Register]
  • 24-10-2016: Recalls may become the norm for IoT devices if security doesn’t improve significantly.  [THG]
  • 24-10-2016: Post-Mirai, how to better protect your IoT devices.  [Graham Cluley]
  • 24-10-2016: For rent: An IoT botnet to take down much of the internet.  [Graham Cluley]
  • 24-10-2016: Was Friday’s DDoS attack part of a troubling trend?  [DC Knowledge]  [HardOCP]  [Boston Herald]
  • 24-10-2016: IoT device maker vows product recall, legal action against Western accusers.  [Krebs]  [Graham Cluley]  [Engadget]
  • 24-10-2016: Chinese firm says its cameras were used to take down Internet.  [DC Knowledge]
  • 22-10-2016: What is DNS, and why does it make the Internet break?  [Gizmodo]
  • 22-10-2016: Today's brutal DDoS attack is the beginning of a bleak future.  [Gizmodo]
  • 22-10-2016: Watch America's Internet get wiped out by a massive DDoS attack.  [Gizmodo]
  • 22-10-2016: DNS devastation: Top websites whacked offline as Dyn dies again.  [The Register]  [THG]  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]
  • 21-10-2016: Some notes on today’s DDoS.  [Russ White]  [Errata Security]
  • 21-10-2016: Hacked cameras, DVRs powered today’s massive Internet outage.  [Russ White]  [Krebs]
  • 21-10-2016: US investigating Friday's internet blackout as 'criminal act'.  [Engdaget]  [Gizmodo]
  • 21-10-2016: What we know about Friday's massive east coast Internet outage.  [Wired]  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • 21-10-2016: DDoS attack against DNS provider knocks major sites offline.  [Graham Cluley]  [Krebs]  [DC Knowledge]  [Network Computing]  [BBC News]  [Stuff]  [NZ Herald]  [Gizmodo]  [Schneier]  [The Register]  [HardOCP]  [Dyn Status]  [ExtremeTech]  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [Engadget]

Apple vs FBI  (2016-2017)

  • 08-05-2017: FBI paid $900,000 to unlock San Bernardino iPhone.  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]
  • 17-10-2016: How one researcher cracked iPhone 5c.  [EE Times]
  • 06-10-2016: The FBI wants to crack another dead terrorist's locked iPhone.  [Wired]  [The Register]  [Engadget]
  • 16-09-2016: FBI sued by news organizations for info on iPhone hack.  [HardOCP]  [The Verge]  [Engadget]
    • 16-09-2016: The FBI missed a trick to hack the San Bernardino iPhone.  [Engadget]
    • 17-09-2016: Who did the FBI pay to get into the San Bernardino attacker’s iPhone?  [Ars Technica]
    • 19-09-2016: FBI overpaid $999,900 to crack San Bernardino iPhone 5c password.  [The Register]  [BBC News]  [Graham Cluley]
    • 26-09-2016: FBI iPhone hacker says it can crack any phone.  [HardOCP]  [BBC News]
  • 15-09-2016: How the FBI could have hacked the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone.  [Wired]  [Schneier]
  • 29-05-2016: Apple hires crypto guru amidst battles with the Feds.  [Wired]
  • 29-04-2016: The FBI will be able to use the San Bernardino hack again.  [Gizmodo]
  • 29-04-2016: FBI paid less than previously reported for iPhone hack.  [PocketNow]  [Wired]
  • 26-04-2016: The FBI won't say how its iPhone hack works.  [Engadget]  [Stuff]
  • 22-04-2016: Wozniak: Apple were right over FBI privacy case.  [BBC News]
  • 21-04-2016: FBI paid at least $1.3M for zero-day to get into San Bernardino iPhone.  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]  [Wired]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]  [BBC News]  [Graham Cluley]  [HardOCP]  [Reuters]
  • 19-04-2016: Apple complies with greater proportion of US data demands.  [BBC News]
  • 15-04-2016: FBI’s iPhone-hack victory may be coming back to haunt it in other court battles with Apple.  [PocketNow]  [WSJ]
  • 14-04-2016: FBI reportedly finds nothing of ‘real significance’ on decrypted iPhone 5c.  [PocketNow]  [CBS News]  [The Register]  [HardOCP]  [cNet]
  • 14-04-2016: FBI can't tell Apple how it unlocked the San Bernardino iPhone.  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]
  • 13-04-2016: FBI paid “gray hats” for zero-day exploit that unlocked seized iPhone.  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [NZ Herald]  [Gizmodo]  [Stuff]  [HardOCP]  [Washington Post]  [PocketNow]
  • 11-04-2016: FBI’s “outside party” suspected to be cracking iPhone 6.  [PocketNow]
  • 08-04-2016: Recently unsealed court docs reveal more Apple resistance to unlock orders.  [PocketNow]  [Reuters]  [Engadget]
  • 08-04-2016: The Feds are still trying to force Apple to help unlock iPhones.  [Gizmodo]
  • 08-04-2016: Apple won’t demand to learn how FBI cracked terror suspect’s phone.  [Ars Technica]  [NZ Herald]
  • 06-04-2016: FBI’s iPhone hack limited to the iPhone 5c, earlier devices.  [ExtremeTech]  [PocketNow]  [NZ Herald]
  • 06-04-2016: The FBI is briefing senators on how it cracked the iPhone's passcode.  [Engadget]  [PocketNow]
  • 03-04-2016: Apple to publicize fix to FBI decryption method that is likely to leak.  [PocketNow]  [Reuters]  [Reuters]
  • 03-04-2016: FBI trick for breaking into iPhone likely to leak.  [HardOCP]  [Reuters]
  • 01-04-2016: Inside the little-known firm said to be helping the FBI crack iPhones. [Stuff]
  • 30-03-2016: The Apple-FBI battle is over, but the new crypto wars have just begun.  [Wired]
  • 30-03-2016: Feds used 1789 law to force Apple, Google to unlock phones 63 times.  [Ars Technica]  [Gizmodo]  [The Register]
  • 30-03-2016: The FBI lost this round against Apple – but it aims to win the war.  [The Register]
  • 29-03-2016: The Apple vs DoJ encryption battle is far from over.  [Engadget]
  • 29-03-2016: US says it would use “court system” again to defeat encryption.  [Ars Technica]
  • 29-03-2016: Cracked iPhone: Should you be worried?  [BBC News]  [NZ Herald]  [Stuff]
  • 28-03-2016: FBI break through seized iPhone, stand down in legal battle with Apple.  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [The Register]  [PocketNow]  [NZ Herald]  [Wired]  [BBC News]  [Stuff]  [Graham Cluley]  [EE Times]  [DC Knowledge]  [ExtremeTech]  [THG]
    • 28-03-2016: Apple likely can’t force FBI to disclose how it got data from seized iPhone.  [Ars Technica]  [PocketNow]
    • 29-03-2016: Apple issues surprisingly vague statement in reaction to the FBI’s iPhone 5c hack.  [PocketNow]  [The Verge]
  • 25-03-2016: To fight the FBI, Apple ditched secrecy for openness.  [Wired]
  • 25-03-2016: FBI crack method in San Bernardino iPhone may help in Brooklyn.  [PocketNow]
  • 25-03-2016: Apple designing its own servers to avoid snooping.  [Ars Technica]  [HardOCP]  [The Daily Beast]
  • 25-03-2016: FBI director says fight with Apple about terrorism, not setting precedent.  [Ars Technica]
  • 25-03-2016: And now Apple is going to stop the FBI getting into iCloud data too.  [Graham Cluley]
  • 22-03-2016: Tor Project works on anti-FBI defenses amid iOS row with Apple.  [The Register]
  • 22-03-2016: Today's Apple-FBI Hearing Has Been Delayed.  [Gizmodo]  [THG]
  • 22-03-2016: Apple's FBI row is only just beginning.  [BBC News]
  • 21-03-2016: FBI backs down against Apple: Feds may be able to crack iPhone without help.  [The Register]  [BBC News]  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]  [Wired]  [Stuff]  [Graham Cluley]
  • 21-03-2016: Apple-FBI scrap started when iOS 8 was shared with the Feds.  [Gizmodo]  [Bloomberg]
  • 21-03-2016: Apple defends crypto fight against government during launch event.  [Ars Technica]
  • 18-03-2016: Long before the Apple-FBI battle, Lavabit sounded a warning.  [Wired]
  • 18-03-2016: Sources claim government goes after source code on a regular basis.  [ExtremeTech]
  • 18-03-2016: Apple engineers might quit company before agreeing to unlock the iPhone.  [ExtremeTech]
  • 17-03-2016: Apple encryption engineers have options if FBI order passes muster.  [PocketNow]  [NYT]
  • 17-03-2016: How Apple helped crack iPhones like clockwork.  [NZ Herald]
  • 16-03-2016: FBI v. Apple is a security and privacy issue. What about civil rights?  [Ars Technica]
  • 15-03-2016: Apple lambasts the FBI for not asking the NSA to help hack that iPhone.  [Wired]  [Wired]
  • 14-03-2016: The gloves are off: FBI argues it can force Apple to turn over iPhone source code.  [ExtremeTech]  [Schneier]
  • 14-03-2016: Former cyber czar says NSA could crack the San Bernadino shooter’s phone.  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]
  • 14-03-2016: Breaking the encryption deadlock.  [NZ Herald]
  • 12-03-2016: Florida sheriff pledges to arrest CEO Tim Cook if Apple resists crypto cooperation.  [Ars Technica]
  • 11-03-2016: New documents solve a few mysteries in the Apple-FBI saga.  [Wired]
  • 11-03-2016: Obama weighs in on Apple v. FBI: “You can’t take an absolutist view".  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]  [The Register]  [HardOCP]  [TWH YouTube]  [DC Knowledge]
  • 11-03-2016: Apple: FBI could force us to turn on iPhone cameras for spying.  [PetaPixel]
  • 10-03-2016: Feds fire back on San Bernardino iPhone, noting that Apple has accommodated China.  [Ars Technica]  [Gizmodo]  [PocketNow]  [HardOCP]  [THG]
    • 10-03-2016: Apple: FBI's Filing Is a 'Cheap Shot' Meant to 'Vilify Apple'.  [Gizmodo]  [9to5Mac]
  • 10-03-2016: What's next? FBI telling us to turn iPhones into pocket spy bugs? It'll happen, says Apple exec.  [The Register]
  • 09-03-2016: Wh Apple is taking a strong stand for itself - and for all of us.  [DC Journal]
  • 09-03-2016: More people side with Apple in San Bernardino iPhone case.  [PocketNow]  [WSJ]
  • 09-03-2016: There are ways the FBI can crack the iPhone PIN without Apple doing it for them.  [Ars Technica]  [PocketNow]
  • 08-03-2016: FBI says NY judge went too far in ruling the FBI went too far in forcing Apple to unlock iPhone.  [The Register]
  • 08-03-2016: Steve Wozniak's take on Apple versus the FBI.  [Gizmodo]
  • 08-03-2016: Why even Apple's mortal enemies are on its side.  [Stuff]
  • 07-03-2016: San Bernardino Police Chief now calls for iPhone unlocking to eliminate third shooter theory.  [PocketNow]  [NY Post]
  • 07-03-2016: Apple VP says FBI's order makes everyone less secure.  [Engadget]  [The Register]
  • 04-03-2016: Apple-FBI a poor test case.  [EE Times]
  • 04-03-2016: Chertoff says forcing Apple to unlock iPhone equivalent to building a biological weapon.  [ExtremeTech]
  • 04-03-2016: How the FBI will lose its iPhone fight, thanks to 'West Coast Law'.  [The Register]
  • 04-03-2016: The Golden Key: FBI vs Apple iPhone.  [Computerphile]
  • 03-03-2016: An incomplete list of things the Federal Government should stop using thanks to Apple.  [Gizmodo]
  • 03-03-2016: Top iPhone hackers ask court to protect Apple from the FBI.  [Wired]
  • 03-03-2016: Twitter, Reddit and more file brief to support Apple vs the FBI.  [Engadget]  [Wired]
  • 03-03-2016: How the FBI versus Apple could make 1984 a reality.  [Gizmodo]
  • 02-03-2016: How the FBI’s fight with Apple could change the future of smartphone security.  [Lifehacker]
  • 01-03-2016: FBI is asking courts to legalize crypto backdoors because Congress won’t.  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]  [Wired]  [Engadget]
  • 01-03-2016: Congressman: FBI is exploiting tTragedy to push its encryption agenda.  [Gizmodo]
  • 01-03-2016: Gartner to FBI: Stop bullying Apple and the tech industry.  [The Register]
  • 29-02-2016: Apple prevails in forced iPhone unlock case in New York court.  [Ars Technica]  [PocketNow]  [The Intercept]  [Stuff]  [Engadget]  [Wired]  [BBC News]  [The Register]  [THG]
    • 29-02-2016: Attorney General hopes Apple will comply with court order.  [HardOCP]  [Reuters]
  • 29-02-2016: Google, Facebook and other powerful tech firms filing briefs to support Apple.  [NZ Herald]  [Stuff]
  • 26-02-2016: Police chief: There’s a “reasonably good chance” not much is on seized iPhone.  [Ars Technica]
  • 25-02-2016: Here’s how Apple would build crypto-cracking software for the FBI.  [Ars Technica]
  • 25-02-2016: CIA director: it's the media's fault that terrorists are so good at encryption.  [Gizmodo]  [The Register]
  • 25-02-2016: The craziest line in Apple's motion to throw out the iPhone case.  [Gizmodo]
  • 25-02-2016: Apple and FBI to testify at Congressional encryption hearing.  [Engadget]
    • 25-02-2016: Apple to FBI: you can’t force us to hack the San Bernardino iPhone.  [Wired]
    • 25-02-2016: Apple may use a First Amendment defense in that FBI case - and it just might work.  [Wired]  [The Register]
  • 25-02-2016: If Apple aids terrorists and the FBI is Big Brother… whom do we support?  [Ars Technica]
  • 25-02-2016: Apple tells court it would have to create “GovtOS” to comply with ruling.  [Ars Technica]  [PocketNow]  [9to5Mac]  [Engadget]
  • 25-02-2016: FBI director admits Apple encryption case could set legal precedent.  [HardOCP]  [The Guardian]  [NZ Herald]
  • 25-02-2016: Microsoft voices its support for Apple.  [PocketNow]  [Bloomberg]  [Engadget]
  • 25-02-2016: If the FBI thinks iPhones are hard to crack now, wait until Apple further upgrades security.  [PocketNow]  [NYT]
  • 25-02-2016: Apple, FBI talks need engineers.  [EETimes]
  • 25-02-2016: 'Hard questions' in Apple phone row.  [BBC News]
  • 24-02-2016: Tim Cook: An iPhone master key would be the 'software equivalent of cancer'.  [Gizmodo]
  • 24-02-2016: Tim Cook: Unlocking terrorist's iPhone would be 'bad for America'.  [Engdaget]  [BBC News]  [Gizmodo]
  • 24-02-2016: The Apple-FBI fight isn’t about privacy vs. security.  [Wired]
  • 24-02-2016: How Apple could be punished for defying the FBI.  [HardOCP]  [FastCompany]
  • 24-02-2016: Apple fans don't actually care about the whole FBI iPhone thing.  [Gizmodo]
  • 24-02-2016: Apple reveals other FBI demands for iPhone unlocking around US.  [Stuff]
  • 24-02-2016: Americans back FBI, not Apple in iPhone case.  [NZ Herald]
  • 23-02-2016: Apple fans take iPhone unlock protest to FBI HQ.  [The Register]
  • 23-02-2016: iPhone unlocking case about setting a precedent, despite what the FBI says.  [THG]
  • 23-02-2016: Bill Gates denies iPhone crack demand would set precedent.  [The Register]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]  [PocketNow]  [HardOCP]  [Bloomberg]  [Stuff]
    • 23-02-2016: Bill Gates is really upset that you all thought he was on the Feds' side.  [The Register]
  • 23-02-2016: Only losers in the iPhone backdoor saga.  [NZ Herald]
  • 23-02-2016: Latest in Apple v FBI public squabble over iPhone 'precedent'.  [The Register]
  • 22-02-2016: How the FBI could use acid and lasers to access data stored on seized iPhone.  [Ars Technica]
  • 22-02-2016: Zuckerberg supports Apple in fight with FBI over iPhone privacy.  [Wired]
  • 22-02-2016: The lowdown on the Apple-FBI showdown.  [Krebs]
  • 22-02-2016: FBI chief 'not trying to set precedent' with shooter's iPhone.  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]
  • 22-02-2016: The natural outcome of the encryption wars in the U.S.  [HardOCP]  [Daniel Miessler]
  • 22-02-2016: Decrypting an iPhone for the FBI.  [Schneier]
  • 21-02-2016: The San Bernardino iPhone: FBI dismisses iCloud siphoning as victims side against Apple.  [PocketNow]
  • 21-02-2016: If FBI busts into seized iPhone, it could get non-iCloud data, like Telegram chats.  [Ars Technica]
  • 21-02-2016: Apple vs. FBI: should Apple be required to unlock a terrorist’s iPhone?  [PocketNow]
  • 20-02-2016: Senate intel chief backs off on bill criminalizing refusal to aid decryption.  [Ars Technica]
  • 19-02-2016: Feds say Apple's stand against the FBI is just a PR stunt.  [Gizmodo]  [ExtremeTech]
  • 19-02-2016: DoJ files motion to force Apple to hack iPhone in San Bernardino case.  [Wired]  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]
  • 19-02-2016: Apple says the government bungled its chance to get that iPhone’s data.  [Wired]  [Ars Technica]  [Gizmodo]
    • 19-02-2016: San Bernardino County calls the FBI liars over terrorist's iCloud account.  [Gizmodo]
    • 21-02-2016: FBI confirms it screwed up and reset shooter’s iCloud password.  [HardOCP]  [Business Insider]  [The Register]
  • 19-02-2016: Apple hires free-speech lawyers as Justice Department moves to force Apple’s compliance.  [PocketNow]  [CNBC]  [Reuters]
  • 18-02-2016: Encryption isn’t at stake, the FBI knows Apple already has the desired key.  [Ars Technica]
  • 18-02-2016: Apple’s FBI battle is complicated - here’s what’s really going on.  [Wired]  [Engadget]  [NZ Herald]
  • 18-02-2016: Apple vs. the FBI may not be a war Apple can win.  [HardOCP]  [ZDNet]
  • 18-02-2016: McAfee will break iPhone crypto for FBI in 3 weeks or eat shoe on live TV.  [Ars Technica]  [HardOCP]  [Business Insider]  [BBC News]
    • 19-02-2016: Good luck John McAfee, socially engineering a corpse.  [Graham Cluley]
    • 07-03-2016: John McAfee lied about being able to hack iPhone.  [HardOCP]  [DailyDot]
    • 10-03-2016: John McAfee tells Ars he’s fighting a lonely battle, but he’s not lying.  [Ars Technica]
  • 18-02-2016: Apple vs the FBI - a plain English guide.  [BBC News]
  • 18-02-2016: Apple vs FBI: what would you do?  [EETimes]
  • 18-02-2016: Google CEO: FBI's request of Apple could set a 'troubling precedent'.  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]  [ExtremeTech]
  • 18-02-2016: Why the FBI forcing Apple to break into an iPhone is a big deal.  [Stuff]  [Gizmodo]  [NZ Herald]
  • 17-02-2016: Why Tim Cook is right to call court-ordered iPhone hack a “backdoor".  [Ars Technica]
  • 17-02-2016: Tim Cook: FBI backdoor order is 'chilling' and 'dangerous'.  [Engadget]
  • 17-02-2016: Apple/FBI/encryption Q&A.  [The Register]
  • 17-02-2016: FBI iPhone unlock order reaction: Trump, Rubio say no to Apple. EFF and Twitter say yes.  [The Register]
    • 14-03-2016: Donald Trump drops Apple boycott, John Oliver perfectly summarizes encryption controversy.  [PocketNow]
  • 17-02-2016: Apple and the FBI: intended and unintended consequences of an iPhone backdoor.  [THG]
  • 17-02-2016: Why Apple is fighting back.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • 17-02-2016: Apple will fight US gov’t over court-ordered iPhone backdoor.  [Ars Technica]  [PocketNow]  [BBC News]  [Stuff]  [Wired]  [Gizmodo]  [ExtremeTech]
  • 16-02-2016: Judge: Apple must help FBI unlock San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone.  [Ars Technica]  [Stuff]  [NZ Herald]  [Schneier]

Shellshock  (2015-2016)

  • 03-10-2016: Shellshock two years on – has your company forgotten about it?  [BitDefender]
  • 15-12-2014: Worm exploits nasty Shellshock bug to commandeer network storage systems.  [Ars Technica]
  • 28-10-2014: Shellshock over SMTP attacks mean you can now ignore your email.  [The Register]
  • 16-10-2014: Ghost in the (Bourne Again) Shell: fallout of Shellshock far from over.  [Ars Technica]
  • 07-10-2014: Yahoo hacked using Shellshock flaw.  [Stuff]  [The Register]  [The Independent]  [NZ Herald]  [DC Knowledge]
    • 07-10-2014: Yahoo denies Shellshock hack, blames breach on copycat code.  [ReadWriteWeb]
    • 08-10-2014: Yahoo told to “pull your pants up” after Shellshock hack claims.  [Graham Cluley]
    • 08-10-2014: FBI pays visit to researcher who revealed Yahoo hack.  [Wired]
  • 03-10-2014: Bored hackers flick Shellshock button to OFF as payloads shrink.  [The Register]
  • 02-10-2014: Everything you need to know about the Shellshock bug.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • 02-10-2014: What Shellshock has done so far.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • 01-10-2014: Shellshock attacks could already top 1 Billion.  [HardOCP]  [SecurityWeek]
  • 01-10-2014: Shellshock fixes beget another round of patches as attacks mount.  [Ars Technica]
  • 30-09-2014: Inside Shellshock: how hackers are using it to exploit systems.  [CloudFlare]
  • 30-09-2014: OpenVPN open to pre-auth Bash Shellshock bug .  [The Register]
  • 30-09-2014: New security flaws render Shellshock patch ineffective.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • 29-09-2014: Shellshock makes Heartbleed look insignificant.  [ZDNet]
  • 29-09-2014: Fortune 1000 outfits Bash out batches of patches.  [The Register]
  • 29-09-2014: Shellshock: 'Larger scale attack' on its way, warn securo-bods.  [The Register]
  • 29-09-2014: The Internet is broken, and Shellshock is just the start of our woes.  [Wired]  [Stuff]
  • 28-09-2014: The Shellshock command security flaw isn't really fixed yet.  [Engadget]
  • 27-09-2014: FireEye observes significant amount of malicious traffic leveraging Shellshock bug in Bash, suspects this is a dry run before a potentially larger-scale attack.  [FireEye]
  • 27-09-2014: The man who found the web's 'most dangerous' bug.  [Stuff]
  • 27-09-2014: Still more vulnerabilities in bash? Shellshock becomes whack-a-mole.  [Ars Technica]
  • 27-09-2014: Oracle shell-shocked by Bash bug.  [The Register]
  • 25-09-2014: The Internet braces for the crazy Shellshock worm.  [Wired]
  • 25-09-2014: Bash bug: Shellshocked yet? You will be ... when this goes WORM.  [The Register]
  • 25-09-2014: First attacks using 'shellshock' Bash bug discovered.  [ZDNet]  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]
  • 25-09-2014: The Shellshock Bash bug – what is it, and are your computers vulnerable?  [Graham Cluley]  [Schneier]  [Krebs]  [Gizmodo]  [The Register]  [Errata Security]  [Engadget]  [DC Knowledge]  [NYT]  [NZ Herald]

Hacking Team  (2015-2017)

  • 07-07-2017: Hacking Team is back.  [Engadget]
  • 13-04-2017: Callisto Group snoopers wreak havoc with leaked HackingTeam spyware.  [The Register]
  • 29-02-2016: Largely undetected Mac malware suggests disgraced HackingTeam has returned.  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]
  • 30-10-2015: Hacking Team offers encryption breaking tools to law enforcement.  [Engadget]
  • 27-07-2015: Hacking Team's purchasing of zero-day vulnerabilities.  [Schneier]  [tsyrklevich]
  • 24-07-2015: Hacking Team leak shows how secretive zero-day exploit sales work.  [Wired]
  • 23-07-2015: Advanced spyware for Android now available to script kiddies everywhere.  [Ars Technica]  [THG]  [The Register]
  • 23-07-2015: Hacking Team may not have had a backdoor, but it could kill client installs.  [Ars Technica]
  • 22-07-2015: Security tool bod's hell: People think I wrote code for Hacking Team!  [The Register]
  • 22-07-2015: Hacking Team: it’s not us who’ve actually sinned.  [The Register]
  • 21-07-2015: Researcher takes umbrage after finding his code in Hacking Team malware.  [Ars Technica]
  • 21-07-2015: Hacking Team goes to war against former employees, suspects some helped hackers.  [Ars Technica]  [HardOCP]
  • 20-07-2015: How was Hacking Team hacked?  [Graham Cluley]
  • 20-07-2015: The Hacking Team Android malware app that waltzed past Google Play’s security checks.  [Graham Cluley]
  • 20-07-2015: Hacking Team hackers questioned over Hacking Team hack.  [The Register]
  • 18-07-2015: Hacking Team apparently violated EU rules in sale of spyware to Russian agency.  [Ars Technica]
  • 17-07-2015: Hacking Team’s evil Android app had code to bypass Google Play screening.  [Ars Technica]
  • 14-07-2015: I worked at Hacking Team, my emails were leaked, and I’m OK with that.  [Gizmodo]
  • 14-07-2015: Hacking Team broke Bitcoin secrecy by targeting crucial wallet file.  [Ars Technica]
  • 14-07-2015: Hacking Team spyware rootkit: Even a new hard drive wouldn't get rid of it.  [The Register]
  • 14-07-2015: Hacking Team touts new spyware suite, calls leaks now “obsolete”.  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]
  • 13-07-2015: Hacking Team used spammer tricks to resurrect spy network.  [Krebs]
  • 12-07-2015: Hacking Team orchestrated brazen BGP hack to hijack IPs it didn’t own.  [Ars Technica]
  • 12-07-2015: Hacking Team chief: 'We're the GOOD GUYS fighting crims and rooting out lone wolves'.  [The Register]
  • 10-07-2015: Now you can explore Hacking Team's world of selling spyware.  [Engadget]
  • 10-07-2015: Hacking Team shows the world how not to stockpile exploits.  [Wired]
  • 10-07-2015: How a Russian hacker made $45,000 selling a 0-day Flash exploit to Hacking Team.  [Ars Technica]
  • 09-07-2015: How spyware peddler Hacking Team was publicly dismantled.  [Engadget]
  • 09-07-2015: Hacking Team's email archive - now searchable online.  [Graham Cluley]
  • 09-07-2015: Days after Hacking Team breach, nobody fired, no customers lost.  [Ars Technica]
  • 09-07-2015: Despite Hacking Team’s poor opsec, CEO came from early days of PGP.  [Ars Technica]
  • 08-07-2015: Hacking Team's lame excuse for selling digital weapons to Sudan.  [Gizmodo]
  • 08-07-2015: Hacking Team exploit is in the wild.  [The Register]
  • 07-07-2015: Massive leak reveals Hacking Team’s most private moments in messy detail.  [Ars Technica]
  • 07-07-2015: Hacking Team tells government customers to stop using its spyware, following hack.  [Graham Cluley]  [The Register]  [Schneier]  [Motherboard]
  • 06-07-2015: Lesson #1 from the Hacking Team hack: Choose strong passwords.  [Graham Cluley]
  • 06-07-2015: Hacking Team breach shows a global spying firm run amok.  [Wired]  [Gizmodo]  [ExtremeTech]
  • 06-07-2015: The FBI spent $775K on Hacking Team’s spy tools since 2011.  [Wired]
  • 06-07-2015: Hacking Team hacked.  [Graham Cluley]  [BBC News]  [Schneier]  [HardOCP]  [ZDNet]  [Ars Technica]  [Stuff]

Heartbleed  (2014-2017)

  • 01-02-2017: Heartbleed remains unpatched on thousands of servers.  [DC Knowledge]
  • 23-01-2017: Heartbleed is not dead - and isn't likely to be any time soon.  [Graham Cluley]
  • 08-04-2015: Most top corporates still Heartbleeding over the internet.  [The Register]
  • 10-11-2014: Sysadmins disposed of Heartbleed certs, but forgot to flush.  [The Register]
  • 10-10-2014: How an engineer uncovered Heartbleed.  [Stuff]
  • 30-09-2014: The weird way the Heartbleed bug made the web more secure.  [Wired]
  • 28-08-2014: Months later, Heartbleed hack still a threat.  [Stuff]  [Ars Technica]
  • 20-08-2014: Heartbleed blamed for Chinese theft of 4.5 million health records.  [Engadget]  [Graham Cluley]
  • 24-06-2014: Heartbleed: hundreds of thousands vulnerable.  [Stuff]
  • 22-06-2014: More than half of Heartbleed-vulnerable servers are still exposed.  [Gizmodo]
  • 10-06-2014: After Heartbleed, we're overreacting to bugs that aren't a big deal.  [Wired]
  • 05-06-2014: Heartbleed redux: another gaping wound in web encryption uncovered.  [Wired]  [Gizmodo]  [Android Police]  [Stuff]  [The Register]  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [BBC News]  [BGR]  [Lumension]
    • 05-06-2014: Thanks for nothing OpenSSL, cries stonewalled De Raadt,  [The Register]
  • 04-06-2014: The human side of Heartbleed.  [Schneier]
  • 03-06-2014: Heartbleed happened – what you can do to stay proactive.  [DC Knowledge]
  • 02-06-2014: Meet “Cupid,” the Heartbleed attack that spawns “evil” Wi-Fi networks.  [Ars Technica]
  • 21-05-2014: Heartbleed showed us how shockingly lazy people are with their passwords.  [BGR]
  • 09-05-2014: Heartbleed clean-up leaves thousands of servers vulnerable.  [HardOCP]  [ZDNet]  [BGR]
  • 09-05-2014: Sysadmins adding Heartbleed to servers.  [The Register]
  • 08-05-2014: 300k servers vulnerable to Heartbleed one month later.  [Errata Security]
  • 05-05-2014: How to bypass the threat from Heartbleed.  [Stuff]
  • 30-04-2014: Google Chrome protection for Heartbleed-hacked sites called “completely broken”.  [Ars Technica]
  • 29-04-2014: Why the NSA might not say anything about the next ‘Heartbleed’.  [BGR]
  • 28-04-2014: It's crazy what can be hacked thanks to Heartbleed.  [Wired]
  • 28-04-2014: Exterminating Heartbleed: how to clear it out of your data center.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • 28-04-2014: The team in charge of OpenSSL: two guys named Steve.  [Gizmodo]
  • 28-04-2014: How I used Heartbleed to steal a site’s private crypto key.  [Ars Technica]
  • 25-04-2014: Post-Heartbleed: what should you be doing about passwords?  [Graham Cluley]
  • 24-04-2014: Tech giants, chastened by Heartbleed, finally agree to fund OpenSSL.  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]  [Trusted Reviews]  [Wired]
  • 23-04-2014: Life after Heartbleed: ‘The Internet will never be 100% safe’.  [BGR]
  • 23-04-2014: Developers: Heartbleed-affected OpenSSL code is beyond repair.  [Gizmodo]
  • 22-04-2014: Apple mends a Heartbleed security bug in its latest WiFi routers.  [Engadget]
  • 22-04-2014: Dan Geer on Heartbleed and software monocultures.  [Schneier]  [LawFare]
  • 22-04-2014: Fixing OpenSSL's Heartbleed flaw will take months, warns Secunia.  [The Register]
  • 22-04-2014: How Heartbleed transformed HTTPS security into the stuff of absurdist theater.  [Ars Technica]
  • 19-04-2014: Heartbleed maliciously exploited to hack network with multifactor authentication.  [Ars Technica]
  • 18-04-2014: The Open Source Initiative hopes public awareness is Heartbleed's 'silver lining'.  [Engadget]
  • 18-04-2014: Reverse Heartbleed.  [Schneier]  [Meldium]
  • 18-04-2014: How Apple dodged the Heartbleed bullet.  [AppleInsider]
  • 18-04-2014: Now there’s an easy way to flag sites vulnerable to Heartbleed.  [Ars Technica]  [Netcraft]
  • 17-04-2014: OpenSSL Heartbleed bug sniff tools are 'buggy'.  [The Register]
  • 17-04-2014: Nasty Heartbleed bug exposes OpenVPN private keys too.  [Ars Technica]
  • 16-04-2014: Not even Tor can keep you safe from Heartbleed.  [BGR]
  • 16-04-2014: This reader mocked Heartbleed, posted his passwords online -- guess what happened next.  [HardOCP]  [Washington Post]
  • 16-04-2014: Heartbleed hack case sees first arrest in Canada.  [BBC News]  [HardOCP]  [Reuters]  [Ars Technica]  [Graham Cluley]  [Engadget]
  • 16-04-2014: Heartbleed's network effect.  [Network Computing]
    • 17-04-2014: Heartbleed bug sends bandwidth costs skyrocketing.  [Wired]
  • 15-04-2014: Why you should expect your favorite websites to crash over the next few weeks.  [BGR]
  • 15-04-2014: Heartbleed disclosure timeline: who knew what and when.  [SMH]
  • 15-04-2014: Hardware giant LaCie acknowledges year-long credit card breach.  [Krebs]
  • 15-04-2014: Here are all the passwords you need to change right now because of Heartbleed.  [BGR]
  • 15-04-2014: Google knew about Heartbleed for around a month and never told anyone.  [BGR]
  • 15-04-2014: Akamai scoffs humble pie: Heartbleed defence crumbles, new SSL keys for customers.  [The Register]
  • 15-04-2014: After Heartbleed, why forward secrecy is more important than ever.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • 15-04-2014: Heartbleed fallout may 'slow' browsing speeds.  [BBC News]
  • 15-04-2014: Vicious Heartbleed bug bites millions of Android phones, other devices.  [Ars Technica]  [Graham Cluley]  [BGR]
  • 14-04-2014: The NSA issues its own suggestions for avoiding lost Heartbleed data.  [Engadget]  [BGR]
  • 14-04-2014: Heartbleed SSL bug, DNS and the perils of a monoculture.  [Secure64]
  • 14-04-2014: Seven Heartbleed myths debunked.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • 14-04-2014: How the Heartbleed bug reveals a flaw in online security.  [NZ Herald]
  • 14-04-2014: Heartbleed exploit, patch, both released.  [The Register]
  • 13-04-2014: It’s not a fun week to work at OpenSSL.  [Ars Technica]
  • 12-04-2014: What is Heartbleed anyway?  [Engadget]
  • 12-04-2014: Tech companies could force NSA reform if they wanted to. Why haven't they?  [BoingBoing]
  • 12-04-2014: Heartbleed developer explains OpenSSL mistake that put web at risk.  [Ars Technica]
  • 11-04-2014: Answering the critical question: can you get private SSL keys using Heartbleed?  [CloudFlare]
  • 11-04-2014: Reaction on “Heartbleed”: working together to mitigate cybersecurity vulnerabilities.  [DHS]  [BBC News]
  • 11-04-2014: More on Heartbleed.  [Schneier]
  • 11-04-2014: NSA exploited Heartbleed to siphon passwords for two years.  [Wired]  [GottaBeMobile]  [ReadWriteWeb]  [HardOCP]  [Bloomberg]  [BGR]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]  [HotForSecurity]  [ExtremeTech]
  • 11-04-2014: How Heartbleed broke the Internet, and why it can happen again.  [Wired]
  • 11-04-2014: It may be ILLEGAL to run Heartbleed health checks – IT lawyer.  [The Register]  [BGR]
  • 11-04-2014: Heartbleed bug explained by xkcd in a way anyone can understand.  [Graham Cluley]  [Gizmodo]  [BoingBoing]  [Engadget]
  • 11-04-2014: In the wake of Heartbleed, watch out for phishing attacks, disguised as password reset emails.  [HotForSecurity]
  • 11-04-2014: Man who introduced serious 'Heartbleed' security flaw denies he inserted it deliberately.  [SMH]
    • 11-04-2014: 'Simple error' behind Heartbleed bug.  [Stuff]
  • 10-04-2014: Heartbleed SSL flaw angst aggravated by broken disclosure process.  [eWeek]
  • 10-04-2014: Heartbleed will cause issues with obscure OpenSSL use cases.  [PacketU]
  • 10-04-2014: Heartbleed bug hits at heart of many Cisco, Juniper products.  [Network World]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]
    • 11-04-2014: Cisco finds 13 products (so far) vulnerable to Heartbleed - including phones.  [Ars Technica]
    • 11-04-2014: Heartbleed - what's next? Check your clients, routers, virtual machines And VPNs.  [ReadWriteWeb]  [Stuff]
    • 12-04-2014: Juniper issues Heartbleed security alert for VPN, switches.  [Ars Technica]
    • 14-04-2014: Networking vendors issue Heartbleed fixes.  [Network Computing]
  • 10-04-2014: This list reveals the Heartbleed-affected passwords to change now.  [Lifehacker]  [Mashable]  [Gizmodo]
    • 10-04-2014: Heartbleed: which passwords you should change right now.  [ExtremeTech]
  • 10-04-2014: Here’s some really bad Heartbleed bug advice about changing your passwords.  [Graham Cluley]
  • 10-04-2014: Heartbleed bug: what you need to know.  [BBC News]  [Krebs]  [ReadWriteWeb]  [Trusted Reviews]
  • 10-04-2014: Heartbleed bug creates confusion on internet.  [BBC News]  [Hexus]  [Washington Post]
  • 10-04-2014: The simple security measures that could have stopped Heartbleed dead.  [Gizmodo]
  • 10-04-2014: Heartbleed vulnerability may have been exploited months before patch.  [Ars Technica]
  • 10-04-2014: How Heartbleed works: the code behind the Internet's security nightmare.  [Gizmodo]
  • 10-04-2014: Why the internet's security hole is so scary.  [Stuff]
  • 09-04-2014: The real threat from the Heartbleed security flaw is the NSA.  [BuzzFeed]  [Wired]
  • 09-04-2014: What the Heartbleed bug is, and how you can protect yourself.  [ExtremeTech]
  • 09-04-2014: What to do about Heartbleed, the massive security bug that affects us all.  [BGR]  [Engadget]  [GottaBeMobile]
  • 09-04-2014: Public urged to reset all passwords.  [HardOCP]  [BBC News]  [NYT]  [Wired]
  • 09-04-2014: Anatomy of OpenSSL's password, crypto-key leaking bug.  [The Register]
  • 09-04-2014: Did the Heartbleed bug leak your Yahoo password?  [Graham Cluley]
  • 09-04-2014: Critical crypto bug exposes Yahoo Mail, other passwords Russian roulette-style.  [Ars Technica]
  • 08-04-2014: How to protect against the Heartbleed security bug.  [GottaBeMobile]
  • 08-04-2014: Critical crypto bug in OpenSSL opens two-thirds of the Web to eavesdropping.  [Ars Technica]  [ReadWriteWeb]  [cNet]  [Heartbleed]  [Stuff]  [NZ Herald]  [Schneier]


Silk Road  (2013-2017)

The untold story of Silk Road.  [Wired: part 1part 2]
  • 18-09-2017: Feds in California are aggressively going after Silk Road, AlphaBay vendors.  [Ars Technica]
  • 19-08-2017: Silk Road: Google search unmasked Dread Pirate Roberts.  [BBC News]
  • 15-08-2017: Secret Service agent, corrupted by Silk Road case, cops to second heist.  [Ars Technica]
  • 31-05-2017: Appeals court upholds Ross Ulbricht’s life sentence for creating Silk Road.  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]  [The Register]  [Engadget]
  • 23-05-2017: The Silk Road creator's life sentence actually boosted dark web drug sales.  [Wired]
  • 06-10-2016: Judges question Ross Ulbricth's life sentence in Silk Road appeal.  [Wired]
  • 08-09-2016: Thai prison interview with the alleged top advisor to Silk Road.  [Ars Technica]
  • 23-08-2016: The Feds just turned a $1.6 million profit on seized Silk Road Bitcoin.  [Gizmodo]
  • 22-08-2016: Irish man said to be Silk Road’s “Libertas” fights to stay out of US prison.  [Ars Technica]
  • 14-08-2016: Irish court orders alleged Silk Road admin to be extradited to US.  [Ars Technica]
  • 12-08-2016: Post-Silk Road, Feds bust chaps for 'dealing heroin, coke' on world's largest dark web souk.  [The Register]
  • 27-07-2016: The Silk Road takedown, and why hosts should know their local FBI agent.  [DC Knowledge]
  • 04-07-2016: Corrupt agent who investigated Silk Road is suspected of another $700k heist.  [Ars Technica]
  • 18-06-2016: Silk Road prosecutors argue Ross Ulbricht doesn’t deserve a new trial.  [Wired]  [Ars Technica]
  • 03-06-2016: Second-in-command at Silk Road 2.0 sentenced to 8 years in prison.  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [BBC News]
  • 04-04-2016: Top Silk Road 2.0 admin “DoctorClu” pleads guilty, could face 8 years in prison.  [Ars Technica]
  • 17-03-2016: Drug reform groups blast Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht’s life sentence.  [Ars Technica]
  • 27-12-2015: The Silk Road bust almost didn't happen.  [Engadget]
  • 08-12-2015: Six years in the slammer for SilkRoad-skimming secret agent  [The Register]  [BBC News]
  • 06-12-2015: Ross Ulbricht’s alleged top confidant, Variety Jones, arrested in Thailand.  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [BBC News]  [The Register]
    • 10-12-2015: Thai police: Suspected Silk Road consigliere to be sent to US soon.  [Ars Technica]
  • 12-08-2015: Crackdowns haven't stopped the dark web's $100M yearly drug sales.  [Wired]
  • 22-07-2015: Silk Road heroin dealer who helped convict Ulbricht will serve 2.5 years.  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [BBC News]
  • 09-07-2015: Silk Road creator Ulbricht, an “eternal optimist,” writes a letter from prison.  [Ars Technica]
  • 02-07-2015: Corrupt Silk Road investigator pleads guilty, admits to $240K movie deal.  [Ars Technica]  [Gizmodo]  [BBC News]  [Engadget]
    • 13-07-2015: DEA agent slugged a million dollars for Silk Road snipe.  [The Register]
  • 23-06-2015: Slippery Silk Road spook will plead guilty to duping dealers.  [The Register]
  • 18-06-2015: Secret Service agent who stole $820K from Silk Road pleads guilty.  [Ars Technica]
  • 08-06-2015: Feds want to ID web trolls who ‘threatened’ Silk Road judge.  [Wired]  [Ars Technica]
  • 31-05-2015: Meet the major Silk Road dope dealer who only got 10 years in prison.  [Ars Technica]
    • 02-06-2015: The Dark Web drug lords who got away.  [Wired]
  • 29-05-2015: What Deep Web's director learned investigating Silk Road.  [Wired]
  • 29-05-2015: The Silk Road saga is way more than a crime story.  [Wired]
  • 22-05-2015: Silk Road Survival: In conversation with 'Deep Web' director Alex Winter.  [Engadget]
  • 18-05-2015: Ahead of sentencing, Ulbricht defense argues Silk Road made drug use safer.  [Wired]  [Ars Technica]  [HardOCP]
  • 29-04-2015: How the feds staged torture, murder of a Silk Road staffer.  [Ars Technica]
  • 27-04-2015: Silk Road judge denies retrial despite agents’ alleged corruption.  [Wired]  [HardOCP]  [Reuters]  [The Register]  [Gizmodo]  [Engadget]
  • 01-04-2015: Silk Road boss' first murder-for-hire was his mentor's idea.  [Wired]
  • 08-02-2015: Anonymity is dead and other lessons from the Silk Road trial.  [Engadget]
  • 06-02-2015: Copycat site mourns Silk Road verdict, blames Ulbricht’s bad opsec.  [Ars Technica]
  • 23-01-2015: I2P: the super-anonymous network that Silk Road calls home.  [Gizmodo]
  • 21-01-2015: Alleged “right hand man” to Silk Road 2.0 leader arrested in Seattle.  [Ars Technica]  [BBC News]  [The Register]
  • 11-01-2015: Silk Road Reloaded ditches Tor for a more anonymous network.  [Gizmodo]  [HardOCP]  [Ars Technica]
  • 11-01-2015: Who was Silk Road’s Dread Pirate Roberts? As trial nears, a jury will decide.  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]
    • 13-01-2015: Trial of accused Silk Road mastermind Ross Ulbricht begins. Here's why you should care.  [BoingBoing]  [Wired]
    • 14-01-2015: Ulbricht admits founding the site, but says he isn’t DPR.  [Ars Technica]  [The Daily Dot]  [Wired]  [The Register]  [Gizmodo]
    • 14-01-2015: Undercover agent reveals how he helped the FBI trap Silk Road’s Ross Ulbricht.  [Wired]  [Ars Technica]
    • 15-01-2015: Defense bombshell in Silk Road trial: Mt. Gox founder “set up” Ulbricht.  [Ars Technica]
    • 16-01-2015: Mt Gox Bitcoin baron: I was not Silk Road boss DPR.  [The Register]  [Ars Technica]  [Motherboard]  [HardOCP]
    • 21-01-2015: Ross Ulbricht’s family “shocked” that he created Silk Road.  [Ars Technica]
    • 21-01-2015: Silk Road trial: defense struggles to show jury “alternative” DPRs.  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]  [The Register]
    • 21-01-2015: Bitcoin exchange operator sentenced to 4 years for Silk Road transactions.  [Wired]
    • 22-01-2015: Silk Road trial: FBI reveals what’s on Ross Ulbricht’s computer, in open court.  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]
    • 22-01-2015: Ulbricht confessed to running Silk Road, his college friend testifies.  [Wired]  [Ars Technica]
    • 27-01-2015: The incredibly simple story of how the gov’t Googled Ross Ulbricht.  [Ars Technica]
    • 29-01-2015: Silk Road trial: Prosecutors compare Ulbricht’s e-mail with DPR’s online life.  [Ars Technica]
    • 30-01-2015: Silk Road trial: How the Dread Pirate Roberts embraced violence.  [Ars Technica]
    • 30-01-2015: Silk Road trial latest: Ulbricht's Gmail addy appeared on ad for 'Amazon.com for drugs'.  [The Register]  [Gizmodo]
    • 03-02-2015: Silk Road prosecutors complete the bizarre DPR murder-for-hire story.  [Ars Technica]
    • 03-02-2015: Ulbricht tells judge: I’m not going to testify.  [Ars Technica]
    • 03-02-2015: Silk Road defense makes its final pitch: don’t trust Internet evidence.  [Wired]
    • 04-02-2015: Silk Road trial closes: “It’s a hacker! It’s a virus! It’s ludicrous.”  [Ars Technica]
    • 04-02-2015: Ulbricht guilty in Silk Road online drug-trafficking trial  [Ars Technica]  [Gizmodo]  [Wired]  [BoingBoing]  [The Register]  [BBC News]  [Engadget]  [Stuff]
    • 05-02-2015: The Silk Road trial: Wired's gavel-to-gavel coverage.  [Wired]
    • 08-02-2015: Anonymity is dead and other lessons from the Silk Road trial.  [Engadget]
    • 09-02-2015: Dealer pleads guilty to selling drugs on the Silk Road.  [Ars Technica]
    • 09-02-2015: The hitman scam: Dread Pirate Roberts’ bizarre murder-for-hire attempts.  [Ars Technica]
    • 09-02-2015: Ross Ulbricht didn’t create Silk Road’s Dread Pirate Roberts. This guy did.  [Wired]
  • 09-01-2015: Three reasons the Silk Road trial matters.  [Wired]
  • 20-12-2014: After Silk Road takedowns, Dark Web drug sites still thriving.  [Ars Technica]
  • 20-11-2014: How the Dark Web’s new favorite drug market is profiting from Silk Road 2’s demise.  [Wired]
  • 17-11-2014: Silk Road 2.0 suspect’s Twitter account hijacked.  [Ars Technica]
  • 14-11-2014: How a Russian dark web drug market outlived the Silk Road (and Silk Road 2).  [Wired]  [HardOCP]
  • 06-11-2014: Feds arrest alleged ‘Silk Road 2′ admin, seize servers.  [Krebs]  [HardOCP]  [FBI]  [Wired]  [Ars Technica]  [Engadget]  [Gizmodo]  [The Register]  [Stuff]  [BoingBoing]
    • 06-11-2014: Not just Silk Road 2: feds seize two other drug markets and counting.  [Wired]
    • 07-11-2014: US Attorney’s office: Whoops, Silk Road 2.0 hired a fed.  [Ars Technica]
    • 07-11-2014: Prosecutor: Silk Road 2.0 suspect “did admit to everything".  [Ars Technica]
    • 07-11-2014: FBI: shutting down Silk Road 2 was just the start.  [Gizmodo]
    • 07-11-2014: Brit cops nab six in Silk Road 2.0 drugs sting.  [The Register]
    • 07-11-2014: 400 Tor-anonymized domains tracked down and seized in global crackdown.  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]  [BBC News]  [Engadget]  [ExtremeTech]
    • 08-11-2014: Silk Road 2.0, infiltrated from the start, sold $8M per month in drugs.  [Ars Technica]
    • 08-11-2014: Silk Road 3 is already up, but it's not the future of Darknet drugs.  [Gizmodo]
    • 09-11-2014: The full list of Dark Net markets shut down by operation Onymous.  [Gizmodo]
    • 10-11-2014: Silk Road, other Tor “darknet” sites may have been “decloaked” through DDoS.  [Ars Technica]
    • 10-11-2014: Alleged Silk Road 2 mastermind worked for ex-Googler’s secret startup.  [Wired]
    • 10-11-2014: Dark net experts trade theories on 'de-cloaking' after raids.  [BBC News]
    • 10-11-2014: Dark net raids were 'overblown' by police, says Tor Project.  [BBC News]  [Tor Project]
    • 11-11-2014: Law enforcement seized Tor nodes and may have run some of its own.  [Ars Technica]
    • 11-11-2014: The Tor Project still doesn't know how authorities compromised its anonymity.  [ReadWriteWeb]
    • 11-11-2014: Accused Silk Road 2.0 kingpin was “very polite” techie, kept a Bible in his Tesla.  [Ars Technica]
  • 02-10-2014: A year after the death of Silk Road, Darknet markets are booming.  [The Atlantic]
  • 11-09-2014: How online black markets have evolved since Silk Road's downfall.  [Wired]
  • 05-09-2014: The FBI finally says how it ‘legally’ pinpointed Silk Road’s server.  [Wired]  [Engadget]  [Ars Technica]
    • 07-09-2014: Analyzing the FBI’s explanation of how they located Silk Road.  [New Web Order]
    • 08-09-2014: Doubts cast over FBI 'leaky CAPTCHA' Silk Road rapture.  [The Register]
    • 08-09-2014: FBI’s story of finding Silk Road’s server sounds a lot like hacking.  [Wired]  [DC Knowledge]
    • 02-10-2014: Silk Road lawyers poke holes in FBI’s story.  [Krebs]
    • 04-10-2014: The “he said, she said” of how the FBI found Silk Road’s servers.  [Ars Technica]
    • 07-10-2014: Feds ‘hacked’ Silk Road without a warrant? perfectly legal, prosecutors argue.  [Wired]  [Gizmodo]  [The Register]
    • 10-10-2014: Judge rejects defense that FBI illegally hacked Silk Road - on a technicality.  [Wired]
    • 13-10-2014: The catch-22 predicament of Silk Road defendant Ross Ulbricht.  [Ars Technica]
    • 23-10-2014: Judge in Silk Road case gets threatened on Darknet.  [Ars Technica]
  • 02-09-2014: Drug market ‘Agora’ replaces the Silk Road as king of the Dark Net.  [Wired]
  • 14-06-2014: US Government to auction $18 million of the Silk Road’s Bitcoins.  [HotForSecurity]  [ExtremeTech]
    • 18-06-2014: List of possible Silk Road Bitcoin bidders leaked by US Marshals.  [CoinDesk]  [HardOCP]  [Engadget]
    • 20-06-2014: Bcc blunder leaks details of Silk Road Bitcoin bidders.  [Graham Cluley]
    • 30-06-2014: Seized Silk Road bitcoin hoard sold in US.  [BBC News]  [CoinDesk]  [GigaOM]
    • 01-07-2014: Someone just bought $19M in Silk Road Bitcoins from the Feds.  [Wired]
  • 11-05-2014: Silk Road suspect’s mother “proud” of son, says he’s innocent.  [Ars Technica]
  • 08-05-2014: The Silk Road 2.0 is now bigger and better than ever before: What’s the FBI to do?  [ExtremeTech]
  • 25-04-2014: Silk Road vendor pleading guilty to selling massive amounts of illicit drugs.  [Ars Technica]  [The Register]
  • 24-04-2014: Inside the ‘DarkMarket’ prototype, a Silk Road the FBI can never seize.  [Wired]
  • 06-03-2014: FBI believes small Pennsylvania hosting company is connected to Silk Road.  [Ars Technica]
  • 18-01-2014: More on Silk Road creator.  [NYT]
  • 17-01-2014: Silk Road forfeits Bitcoins worth $28m.  [BBC News]  [Engadget]
    • 27-01-2014: Former Bitcoin exchange CEO arrested in Silk Road drug trafficking scheme.  [ReadWriteWeb]
  • 01-12-2013: Silk Road competitor shuts down and another plans to go offline after claimed $6million theft.  [Forbes]
  • 06-11-2013: 'Silk Road 2.0' launches, promising a resurrected black market for the dark web.  [Forbes]  [Ars Technica]  [Stuff]  [HardOCP]  [Reuters]
    • 06-11-2013: I pity the fool who resurrected Silk Road.  [Gizmodo]
    • 07-11-2013: The rebirth of the Silk Road and the return of the Dread Pirate Roberts.  [ExtremeTech]
    • 20-12-2013: Silk Road 2.0 busted: at least two arrests as federal crackdown begins.  [The Register]  [Wired]
  • 17-10-2013: Silk Road: Will cybercrime evolve in wake of takedown?  [BBC News]
  • 02-10-2013: Feds take down online fraud bazaar 'Silk Road', arrest alleged mastermind.  [Krebs]  [Engadget]  [Wired]  [WSJ ATD]  [WSJ]  [NZ Herald]  [The Register]  [Stuff]  [ReadWriteWeb]  [The Verge]  [BBC News]
    • 02-10-2013: How FBI closed in on suspect Ross Ulbricht.  [BBC News]  [Ars Technica]
    • 02-10-2013: The FBI and the legitimation of the bitcoinverse.  [Reuters]
    • 02-10-2013: Bitcoin values plummet $500M, then recover, after Silk Road bust.  [Wired]  [BBC News]
    • 03-10-2013: FBI: Silk Road mastermind couldn’t even keep himself anonymous online.  [Ars Technica]
    • 03-10-2013: Silk Road bust raises profile of so-called "dark web".  [WSJ ATD]
    • 03-10-2013: Silk Road case getting crazier and crazier.  [HardOCP]  [DailyDot]  [The Register]  [Washington Post]
    • 03-10-2013: Silk Road shutdown: The rise and fall of one of the web’s most successful and naive cyber criminals.  [ExtremeTech]
    • 04-10-2013: Silk Road prosecution: how does the US criminal justice system actually work?  [BoingBoing]  [PopeHat]
    • 04-10-2013: The Silk Road is dead, but Bitcoin lives on.  [Wired]
      • 05-10-2013: Why you can't blame Bitcoin for Silk Road shadiness.  [Gizmodo]
    • 04-10-2013: Silk Road kingpin apparently hid a stash of $80 million Bitcoin.  [Gizmodo]
      • 04-10-2013: The FBI's plan for the millions worth of Bitcoin seized from Silk Road.  [Forbes]
      • 06-10-2013: After Silk Road seizure, FBI Bitcoin wallet identified and pranked.  [ZDNet]  [Gizmodo]
      • 07-10-2013: FBI unable to seize 600,000 Bitcoins from Silk Road operator.  [ExtremeTech]
    • 05-10-2013: Deep web users are ready to launch Silk Road 2.0.  [HardOCP]  [TechCrunch]
      • 08-10-2013: Digital 'activists' scramble to build Silk Road 2.0, but drug kingpins are spooked.  [The Register]
    • 05-10-2013: Internet lobs insults at FBI’s Silk Road Bitcoin wallet.  [Ars Technica]
    • 05-10-2013: Silk Road kingpin, shackled in court, pleads for time.  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]  [BBC News]  [Krebs]
    • 06-10-2013: Ars readers react to Silk Road’s seizure.  [Ars Technica]
    • 07-10-2013: Silk Road author arrested due to bad operational security.  [Schneier]
    • 08-10-2013: Four UK men arrested over Silk Road links.  [BBC News]  [The Register]
      • 08-10-2013: Silk Road dealers getting arrested all over the world.  [BuzzFeed]  [Gizmodo]
      • 09-10-2013: How the feds busted a top Silk Road seller  [Ars Technica]
    • 09-10-2013: Silk Road: How to be a Deep Web criminal and get away with it.  [ExtremeTech]
    • 10-10-2013: Alleged Silk Road boss agrees to move his case to New York.  [Ars Technica]
    • 17-10-2013: Silk Road's main competitor shuts down indefinitely.  [The Verge]
      • 20-10-2013: Silk Road competitor Black Market Reloaded staying online.  [HardOCP]  [Forbes]
    • 23-10-2013: Top Silk Road drug dealer was an informant, then got arrested.  [Ars Technica]
    • 25-10-2013: FBI claims another haul of Silk Road booty - $26m of it.  [The Register]  [Forbes]  [HardOCP]  [Ars Technica]  [Gizmodo]
    • 08-11-2013: 'I was an admin for Silk Road': alleged hit-man target tells all.  [The Register]  [Ars Technica]
    • 18-11-2013: How the Feds took down the Silk Road drug wonderland.  [Wired]
    • 20-11-2013: My name is not Dread Pirate Roberts: Silk Road accused's fam'n'friends stump up $1m bail.  [The Register]
    • 20-11-2013: Family of alleged Silk Road owner launches $500k legal defence fund.  [Wired]
    • 22-11-2013: Feds hit Silk Road suspect Ulbricht with 4 new murder-for-hire accusations.  [Ars Technica]  [Wired]  [Krebs]  [Ars Technica]
    • 20-12-2013: Feds charge four in global Silk Road meth ring case.  [The Register]
    • 28-12-2013: Estimated 18 percent of US drug users bought from Silk Road, says study.  [Ars Technica]