In today's Daily Podcast we find out more about how the Panama Papers leaked, and what their consequences are likely to be. A malicious SEO campaign hits vulnerable Joomla and WordPress installations. Ransomware gets personal. Dr. Web finds a Trojan in 104 Android apps. We discuss the Billington CyberSecurity International Summit. US policymakers mull the status of Cyber Command. We talk to the University of Maryland's Ben Yelin about ransomware and HIPPA.
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