KillNet threatens hack-and-leak op against HIMARS maker. Online investment scams hit Europe. Microsoft associates Raspberry Robin with EvilCorp.

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KillNet threatens hack-and-leak op against HIMARS maker. Online investment scams hit Europe. Microsoft associates Raspberry Robin with EvilCorp. Rick Howard previews season ten of the CSO Perspectives podcast. Our guest is Nate Kharrl of SpecTrust on deploying fraud detection at the gateway. And a heartfelt farewell to a woman who’s inspiration lives on.

For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing:

https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/146

Selected reading.

Cyberactivist Group Killnet Declares War on Lockheed Martin (Sputnik)

Russian Hackers Target U.S. HIMARS Maker in 'New Type of Attack': Report (Newsweek)

Founder of pro-Russian hacktivist Killnet quitting group (SC Magazine)

Huge network of 11,000 fake investment sites targets Europe (BleepingComputer)

Microsoft links Raspberry Robin malware to Evil Corp attacks (BleepingComputer)

Microsoft ties novel ‘Raspberry Robin’ malware to Evil Corp cybercrime syndicate (The Record by Recorded Future)

FakeUpdates malware delivered via Raspberry Robin has possible ties to EvilCorp (SC Magazine)

Ransomware-as-a-service: Understanding the cybercrime gig economy and how to protect yourself (Microsoft Security)

Australia charges dev of Imminent Monitor RAT used by domestic abusers (BleepingComputer)

Brisbane teenager built spyware used by domestic violence perpetrators across world, police allege (the Guardian)

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