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  1. Net neutrality is dead — what now? (in some states at least) [The Verge]
    - arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/06/first-state-net-neutrality-law-took-effect-today-countering-fcc-repeal/
  2. 74 Arrested in Coordinated International Enforcement Operation Targeting Hundreds of Individuals in Business Email Compromise Schemes [US DOJ]
    - www.wsj.com/articles/officials-arrest-dozens-in-email-scam-aimed-at-u-s-businesses-1528747102 [paywalled]
  3. Want to Break Into a Locked Windows 10 Device? Ask Cortana [McAfee]
    - www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/cortana-hack-lets-you-change-passwords-on-locked-pcs/
    - www.howtogeek.com/fyi/patched-cortana-bug-let-hackers-change-your-password-from-the-lock-screen/
  4. Crypto-currency mining malware wreaks havoc in Africa [ITWeb]
    - At least $175 million worth of the Monero cryptocurrency has been stolen as part of malicious malware campaigns, according to a new study [PaloAlto Networks]
    - Backdoored images downloaded 5 million times finally removed from Docker Hub [Arstechnica]
  5. The Seven Properties of Highly Secure Devices [Microsoft]
  6. Ever wondered how those adverts manage to keep on finding you – even when you go incognito, switch devices, or never actually searched for the product in the first place? Let us count the (many, many) ways [THREAD]
    - time to think about fingerprinting again… (see last post here )
  7. Facebook confirms data sharing with Chinese companies [Reuters]
  8. Creating Quick Mass Scanning Tool with Python and ZMap [Cybrary]
    - for your own, authorised networks of course ;)
  9. The InvisiMole malware allows attackers to take control of a machine and silently allow them to here and see through the computer [WeLiveSecurity]
  10. VPNFilter Malware is Worse Than We Thought [SANS]
    - “One good defensive measure you can take is to make sure remote administration of your devices is disabled, or if it must be enabled, tightly control the access and check the logs. Be proactive checking for and applying appropriate firmware updates.” – Neely
  11. Deepfake Videos Are Getting Impossibly Good (disturbing?) [Gizmodo]
  12. MIT researchers develop frequency-hopping transmitter that fends off attackers (yay, some good and interesting news :) )