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At a glance.
- No evidence that cyberattacks affected US vote counts.
- New APT41 subgroup identified.
- FSB phishing impersonates Ukraine's SSCIP.
- A look at Cozy Bear's use of credential roaming.
- API threats and risks.
- Phishing trends.
- Lenovo patches three firmware vulnerabilities.
No evidence that cyberattacks affected US vote counts.
Jen Easterly, director of the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said yesterday, “We have seen no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was any way compromised in any race in the country." Minor distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) incidents were reported in a few jurisdictions, the PBS NewsHour reports, but these seem in no case to have affected the voting infrastructure itself. For more on election cybersecurity, see CyberWire Pro.
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