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7 Mar, 4 tweets, 2 min read
Statement on Microsoft Exchange Server Vulnerabilities ow.ly/Yp9950DS4s0
The #FBI and our interagency and private sector partners are tracking Microsoft’s emergency patch for previously unknown vulnerabilities in email server software. Network owners should immediately patch their systems to help protect against attacks. #Cybersecurity
However, patching does not remediate compromised servers. Organizations that know they have compromised servers should immediately contact their local FBI office. ow.ly/PJ6u50DSijA
Microsoft has released an updated script that scans email server log files for indicators of compromise associated with the vulnerabilities. You can learn more about this detection tool at ow.ly/lun750DSikJ.

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5 Mar
#ICYMI: During a congressional hearing this week, #FBI Director Christopher Wray discussed how end-to-end encryption threatens the FBI’s mission to protect the American people from federal crimes, including crimes against children, cyberattacks, and terrorism.
Wray: We are concerned that ... no matter how bulletproof or ironclad the legal authority, no matter how compelling the facts and circumstances, no matter how horrific the crime ... we will not be able to get access to the content that we need to keep people safe.
Wray: What we have been suggesting ... is for the companies themselves to build in a way to have legal access when confronted with a proper legal authority so that they can get access to information and provide it in response to a warrant or a court order.
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Online Shopping Scams: When you shop online, confirm whether a website is secure and reputable before providing personal and financial information. Beware of suspicious websites and advertisements that offer brand name merchandise at extremely low prices. #SlamTheScamChat @USAGov shopping, online, e-commerce
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8 Feb
Family and friends gathered this weekend to honor @FBIMiamiFL Special Agents Laura Schwartzenberger and Daniel Alfin, who were killed in the line of duty February 2 while serving a federal search warrant in a crimes against children investigation. ow.ly/gOAm50DuU9t
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7 Jan
Director Christopher Wray’s Statement on Violent Activity at the U.S. Capitol Building ow.ly/dFsX50D2CR4
Director Wray: The violence and destruction of property at the U.S. Capitol building yesterday showed a blatant and appalling disregard for our institutions of government and the orderly administration of the democratic process.
Director Wray: As we’ve said consistently, we do not tolerate violent agitators and extremists who use the guise of First Amendment-protected activity to incite violence and wreak havoc. Such behavior betrays the values of our democracy.
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16 Nov 20
#FBI Director Christopher Wray participated in the World Economic Forum's cybersecurity summit today to discuss the heart of the FBI’s cyber strategy: working with government and private partners to tackle the cyber threat as a global community. @wef ow.ly/JsLN50Cmhqg Director Christopher Wray poses in front of an American flag
Wray: At the #FBI, we’ve been fighting the cyber threat for many years now. ... We’ve become known for our efforts to call out destabilizing and damaging #cyber activity by nation-state actors. But we are also particularly focused on the threat posed by cybercriminals. @wef
Wray: Just like we’ve done throughout our 112-year history of fighting crime and terrorism, our goal is to impose risk and consequences on bad actors in cyberspace—whoever and wherever they are. @wef
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20 Oct 20
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Ugoretz: The cyber threats we're most concerned about involve foreign actors using global infrastructure to compromise U.S. networks. It’s not the type of threat activity that any single U.S. agency or private entity [can] anticipate, detect, and respond to completely on our own.
Ugoretz: Our strategy is to impose risk and consequences on our cyber adversaries—those who for too long have believed they can compromise U.S. networks, steal U.S. financial and intellectual property, and hold our critical infrastructure at risk—all without incurring any risk.
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