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How Xi Jinping leveled-up China's hacking teams

by Dakota Cary

China's investments in cybersecurity education set the stage for a new, more prolific era of digital espionage.

White House expected to issue executive order reining in spyware

by Tonya Riley

The prospect of an executive order limiting use of spyware within U.S. intelligence unleashes potentially even more debate in Washington.

Iranian hackers use Log4Shell to mine crypto on federal computer system

by AJ Vicens

A flaw in a ubiquitous open-source software library is still being exploited nearly a year after its discovery.

Andy Greenberg on how 'Tracers in the Dark' found the dark web's worst criminals

by Tonya Riley

The Wired journalist's new book reveals how investigators deployed cryptocurrency tracing technology to solve some of the internet's biggest crimes.

How to address top cybersecurity threat trends in 2023

by CyberScoop Staff

FortiGuard Labs’ chief security strategist and VP of Global Threat Intelligence on how CISOs should be investing in their security portfolio to address threat trends in 2023.

Researchers uncover more than 167,000 stolen credit card numbers, primarily from the U.S.

by AJ Vicens

Using two malware variants, unknown operators managed to compile stolen card data potentially worth more than $3 million, researchers said.

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