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  1. Mirai Co-Author Gets 6 Months Confinement, $8.6M in Fines for Rutgers Attacks [Krebs on Security]
  2. Cybersecurity isn’t being taken seriously enough: MIT professor [CNBC]
  3. Ask the Experts: How Do Campus Computing Environments Affect Cybersecurity Concerns? [EdTech]
  4. Before You Connect a New Computer to the Internet [NCCIC]
  5. Internet Solutions warns of security breach [MyBroadband]
  6. Yahoo must pay $50 million in damages for data breaches[The Verge]
  7. Facebook reportedly aims to buy a ‘major’ cybersecurity company [Engadget]
  8. The Cybersecurity 202: Google steps up security efforts as most campaigns use its email services [The Washington Post]
    - See also: Russian national charged with attempting to interfere in 2018 midterms
  9. Joint report on publicly available hacking tools [NCSC]
    - “In it we highlight the use of five publicly-available tools, observed in recent cyber incidents around the world. To aid the work of network defenders and systems administrators, we also provide advice on limiting the effectiveness of these tools and detecting their use on a network.”
  10. Supply Chain Security 101: An Expert’s View [Krebs on Security]
    - See also: Super Micro to review hardware for malicious chips [Reuters]
  11. Remote Desktop Connection (RDP) – Certificate Warnings [Microsoft]
    - an older article but well worth reading if you use RDP to access Windows systems
  12. The Mysterious Return of Years-Old Chinese Malware [Wired]
  13. Cathy Pacific data breach
  14. The Sony Smart TV Exploit: An Inside View of Hijacking Your Living Room [Fortinet]
  15. Apple Just Killed The ‘GrayKey’ iPhone Passcode Hack [Forbes]
  16. Hacker Discloses New Windows Zero-Day Exploit On Twitter [The Hacker News]
  17. You’re Not Imagining It: Civilization is Flickering, Part 1 [Michael Assante]
    - Part 2