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Los Angeles Times: How the design of Boeing's 737 Max cost CEO Muilenburg his job

The New York Times: Boeing’s Crisis Deepens as the C.E.O. Struggles to Confront It

VISA warns of POS malware incidents at gas pumps across North America | ZDNet

Forbes: New Orleans Declares State Of Emergency Following Cyber Attack

Ring malware

Ransomware: Cybercriminals are adding a new twist to their demands | ZDNet

Nk hackers and Russia

CNBC: FAA chief says Boeing 737 Max recertification process to stretch into 2020

Snatch ransomware reboots PCs in Windows Safe Mode to bypass antivirus apps | ZDNet

2020 is when cybersecurity gets even weirder, so get ready | ZDNet

Business Insider: 737 Max: Boeing to fix faulty MCAS after crashes so it won't reactivate

Bloomberg: FAA Issues Updated Equipment Rules for Boeing’s 737 Max Jet

These are the worst hacks, cyberattacks, and data breaches of 2019 | ZDNet

New ransomware attacks target your NAS devices, backup storage | ZDNet

NBC News: Two Russian hackers charged in sweeping malware attack on U.S.

Network World: The VPN is dying, long live zero trust

Ransomware attack hits major US data center provider | ZDNet

Ars Technica: Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 865 is 25% faster, comes with mandatory 5G

The Register: Atlassian scrambles to fix zero-day security hole accidentally disclosed on Twitter

Boing Boing: Veteran Boeing manager was transferred to 787 production; based on he saw there, he won't fly in a Dreamliner and begs his family not to

Forbes: Windows 10 Clone On The Menu As Hackers’ Favorite Hacking Tool Gets Update

Boing Boing: Veteran Boeing manager was transferred to 787 production; based on he saw there, he won't fly in a Dreamliner and begs his family not to

This trojan malware is being used to steal passwords and spread ransomware | ZDNet

TechCrunch: Now even the FBI is warning about your smart TV’s security

Forbes: Windows 10 Clone On The Menu As Hackers’ Favorite Hacking Tool Gets Update

Ars Technica: Quantum computing’s also-rans and their fatal flaws

A decade of hacking: The most notable cyber-security events of the 2010s | ZDNet

The Verge: Bad RCS implementations are creating big vulnerabilities, security researchers claim

CNBC: FAA tightens grip on Boeing with plan to individually review each new 737 Max jetliner

Driver insecurity

Ransom extreme

The Washington Post: In Trump’s Washington, the rogue actors are the real players — and the experts are increasingly irrelevant

Major problem

Election Fraud on a National Scale? - American Thinker

Reuters: Canadian official's email saying 737 MAX software must go reflects 'working-level' view: regulator

Ransom ware attacks hit 2 more states

WIRED: Iran’s APT33 Hackers Are Targeting Industrial Control Systems

The Atlantic: The Long-Forgotten Flight That Sent Boeing Off Course

CSO Online: How a bank got hacked (a study in how not to secure your networks)

Hacking and cyber espionage: The countries that are going to emerge as major threats in the 2020s | ZDNet

Windows security warning: Ransomware is growing fastest, and just got harder to tackle | ZDNet

Android Central: Disney+ doesn't have a hacking problem — it has a password problem

NPR: Cybercriminals Are Hacking Human Nature To Steal Billions From Us

Gps ghost ships

Thousands of hacked Disney+ accounts are already for sale on hacking forums | ZDNet

Company discovered it was hacked after a server ran out of free space | ZDNet

Hackers demand $5M in bitcoin from Mexico's national oil company Pemex - The Block

Bloomberg: A Hacker Wants About $5 Million in Ransom From Pemex By End of November

USA TODAY: Southwest, American, United: No Boeing 737 Max flights until March even if plane returns sooner

When one isn’t enough: This shady malware will infect your PC with dual Trojans | ZDNet

WIRED: Intel Failed to Fix a Hackable Chip Flaw Despite a Year of Warnings

TechCrunch: A new ‘Zombieload’ flaw hits Intel’s newest Cascade Lake chips

This unusual new ransomware is going after servers | ZDNet

737 max review

Boeing’s 737 Max Software Outsourced to $9-an-Hour Engineers

When Will Boeing 737 Max Fly Again and More Questions

Delays in Boeing Max Return Began With Near-Crash in Simulator

MIT Technology Review: Inside the Microsoft team tracking the world’s most dangerous hackers

ConnectWise warns of ongoing ransomware attacks targeting its customers | ZDNet

TechCrunch: Amazon Ring doorbells exposed home Wi-Fi passwords to hackers

The Next Web: Spanish IT firm infected with ransomware in continued attacks on supply chains

Experts: Don't reboot your computer after you've been infected with ransomware | ZDNet

Ars Technica: Actively exploited bug in fully updated Firefox is sending users into a tizzy

Livemint: Zero day vulnerability detected in Chrome web browser and patched by Google

Forbes: 10 Charts That Will Change Your Perspective Of AI In Security

WIRED: The First BlueKeep Mass Hacking Is Finally Here—but Don't Panic

The Epoch Times: Chinese State-Sponsored Hackers Intercept Text Messages Worldwide: Cyber Report

Vanity Fair: Inside the Discovery of Sandworm, the World’s Most Dangerous Hackers

TechRadar India: Hackers use a photograph of a fingerprint to bypass phone security

TechCrunch: Hackers can steal the contents of Horde webmail inboxes with one click

Ars Technica: Indian nuclear power plant’s network was hacked, officials confirm

Reuters: Exclusive: Government officials around the globe targeted for hacking through WhatsApp - sources

This aggressive IoT malware is forcing Wi-Fi routers to join its botnet army | ZDNet

Insurance Journal: Ransomware Attacks Rise 37% in Q3, Targeting IT Vendors, Their Clients: Beazley

Boing Boing: The penniless hero of the ransomware epidemic has written more decryptors than anyone else

Ars Technica: The count of managed service providers getting hit with ransomware mounts

POLITICO: 4 ways Boeing’s CEO tripped up at Tuesday’s 737 MAX hearing

ZDNet: This old trojan malware is back with a new trick to help it hide in plain sight

Hack votes

ZDNet: New 'unremovable' xHelper malware has infected 45,000 Android devices

The New Yorker: A Cybersecurity Firm’s Sharp Rise and Stunning Collapse

International Business Times, Singapore Edition: Avoid downloading these 42 malicious android apps which infect millions

The New York Times: Boeing Shaped a Law to Its Liking. Weeks Later, a 737 Max Crashed.

WIRED: Why Keybase Doesn't Offer Two Factor Authentication

Forbes: Windows 10 Security: Microsoft Reveals ‘Before Windows Boots’ Protection

cloudflare.com: Public keys are not enough for SSH security

The Next Web: Modern cybersecurity is inaccessible to smaller companies — and that’s bad for you

ZDNet: Nasty PHP7 remote code execution bug exploited in the wild

toptenreviews.com: Critical Android malware warning issued as up to 8 million devices infected

The Next Web: Hackers are now selling 'Raccoon' data-stealing malware as a $200 monthly service

NPR: Indonesia Report: Pilots, Ground Crew Share Blame With Boeing For Lion Air Crash

Civilizing Cyberspace

Civilizing Cyberspace

I found this webpage

toptenreviews.com: Do you really need an antivirus on Windows or Mac?

Civilizing Cyberspace

NPR: Boeing Exec Out As Company Prepares To Report More Post-Crash Losses

The U.S. Is On The Verge Of A Ransomware Epidemic

Ars Technica: Hackers steal secret crypto keys for NordVPN. Here’s what we know so far

Civilizing Cyberspace

CNBC: Boeing's 737 Max troubles deepen, taking airlines, suppliers with it

TechCrunch: NordVPN confirms it was hacked

Fox News: Hackers are draining ATMs across the US

ZDNet: Building China's Comac C919 airplane involved a lot of hacking, report says

65% of stressed-out cybersecurity, IT workers think about quitting

ZDNet: Ransomware: Prepare for hackers launching even more destructive malware attacks

Ars Technica: Attackers exploit an iTunes zeroday to install ransomware

CNBC: We're all at risk when 65% of stressed-out cybersecurity and IT workers are thinking about quitting, tech exec warns

Mathematical Abstraction

An Anthem for Computer Science

The Next Web: US hospitals opt for paying hackers to survive Ryuk ransomware attack

Forbes: The Anatomy Of A Sophisticated, Large-Scale Ransomware Attack

The Next Web: Hacking victim who paid Bitcoin ransom goes on to hack the hackers

Forbes: The Standard Cybersecurity Model Is Fundamentally Broken

ZDNet: FBI warns about attacks that bypass multi-factor authentication (MFA)

Russian hacker group patches Chrome and Firefox to fingerprint TLS traffic | ZDNet

Decades-Old Code Is Putting Millions of Critical Devices at Risk | WIRED

A VxWorks Operating System Bug Exposes 200 Million Critical Devices | WIRED

WIRED: A Bug in Popular Android Phones Gives Hackers Full Control

WIRED: 7 Cybersecurity Threats That Can Sneak Up on You

Church-Turing Machines

The Infallible Automation of Computer Science

How The NSA And U.S. Cyber Command Hacked ISIS's Media Operation : NPR

CrowdStrike: aviation industry hacker had high-level access to secrets

Report: Nation state hackers and cyber criminals are spoofing each other | ZDNet

Hackers are trading millions of stolen passwords on a secret network - Business Insider

WhatsApp chats can be hacked with a malicious GIF | TechRadar

WhatsApp chats can be hacked with a malicious GIF | TechRadar

Cybersecurity is a bubble, but it’s not ready to burst | TechCrunch

Boeing failed to make it clear to pilots of 737 Max jets what do in a cockpit emergency, NTSB says