The brief digital ceasefire in Gaza is over, as Israeli and Palestinian hackers again go after one another. The International Atomic Energy Agency breach is now attributed to Iran, or at least its sympathizers. Anonymous threatens Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy, whom it regards as harboring pharaonic ambitions.
A major DNS hack in Romania affecting large companies suggests a security breach in the .ro registry. New financial malware—”Shylock”—avoids reverse engineering by detecting virtual desktops used by researchers.
Two familiar issues—incautious use of email and failure to encrypt data—continue to account for most business cyber vulnerabilities.