Luminous Moth or Mustang Panda, it’s the same bad actor (probably). Updates on other cyberespionage and ransomware campaigns. Rewards for tips on cyberattacks.

CyberWire Daily

By CyberWire, Inc.

Luminous Moth or Mustang Panda, it’s the same bad actor (probably). Updates on other cyberespionage and ransomware campaigns. Rewards for tips on cyberattacks.

Thursday, 15 July

A Chinese APT is active against targets in Myanmar and, especially, the Philippines. Cyberespionage campaigns suggest that there’s a thriving market for zero-days. MI5 warns against spying, disinformation, and radicalization. REvil continues to lie low (and the Kremlin hasn’t seen anything). CISA offers ransomware mitigation advice. Bogus Coinbase sites steal credentials. Ransomware attacks on old SonicWall products expected. Daniel Prince from Lancaster University looks at Getting into the industry, and whether a degree is worth it. Our guest is Kurtis Minder from GroupSense, tracking 3 divergent ransomware trends. And Rewards for Justice offers a million dollars for tips on cyberattacks.  For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/135
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