Cyberespionage against belligerents' industry. Tornado Cash sanctions. Data breaches at Twilio and Klayvio. Intercept tools and policies in Canada.

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Tracking apparent Chinese industrial cyberespionage. Tornado Cash sanctions. Twilio discloses a breach. Social engineering exposes data at Klaviyo. Microsoft’s Ann Johnson previews the latest season of Afternoon Cyber Tea. Joe Carrigan tracks the growth in cryptojacking. And what might the Mounties be monitoring?

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

https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/152

Selected reading.

Cyberspying Aimed at Industrial Enterprises in Russia and Ukraine Linked to China (SecurityWeek)

China-linked spies used six backdoors to steal defense info (Register)

U.S. Treasury Sanctions Notorious Virtual Currency Mixer Tornado Cash (U.S. Department of the Treasury)

Twilio hacked by phishing campaign (TechCrunch)

Twilio, a texting platform popular with political campaigns, reports breach (CyberScoop)

Incident Report: Employee and Customer Account Compromise - August 4, 2022 (Twilio Blog)

Email marketing firm hacked to steal crypto-focused mailing lists (BleepingComputer)

RCMP has used spyware to access targets’ communications as far back as 2002: Senior Mountie (Global News)

RCMP says it has not used Pegasus spyware (POLITICO)

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