The SEA was quiet, and I believe that's because of a combination of not having a good excuse for actions agains the US while the US was debating Syria, and they might have been involved in OpIsrael Reborn. A substantial number of middle eastern hackers were involved in OpIsrael Reborn, which was just as effective as the last OpIsrael, which is to say not very. It seems most of the attention is focused on targets other than the US right now. QCF remained dormant. They haven't done anything of note since declaring Phase 4 in late July.
I really was expecting more, honestly, but is seems the Syria negotiations and a few ops kept everyone distracted from the US.
Whatever the reason, we're glad the week proved uneventful.