6. As the number and consequences of BGP diversion attacks increase, the EU security agency has put together a series of security recommendations. These include better IP filtering and route peering, careful monitoring of TTL stats, and implementing resource PKI. -- ENISA BLOG
7. The security seal as sold by @bestoftheweb contains two different keystroke loggers. The company confirmed its code was hacked and removed the offending scripts. This is an interesting supply chain attack and more than 100 websites still link to the hacked versions. -- DE GROOT@ GITHUB
8. Protonmail has developed an open source implementation of OpenPGP in the Go programming language. The goal is to make encryption more readily available to a wider collection of apps and developers that use this language. -- PROTONMAIL
9. More than twenty thousand Linksys routers are leaking their entire network connection logs. The company said it updated its firmware years ago, but researchers found evidence that these updates haven’t been applied correctly (or not at all). -- ARS
10. Funding news of the week:
Nym Technologies received a $2.5M funding round led by NEO Global Capital. It has a new privacy infrastructure and is based in India and its acting CEO is Harry Halpin.
Siemplify received a $30M C funding round led by Georgian Partners. It is a New York City-based security orchestration vendor and its CEO is Amos Stern.
Respond Software received a $20M B funding round led by Clear Sky Security. It is based in Silicon Valley and does robotic security decision automation. Its CEO is Mike Armistead.
4Stop received a $2.5M A funding round led by Ventech Capital. It is based in Cologne and does banking compliance and anti-fraud services. Its CEO is Ingo Ernst.