The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's Podcast, we hear reports of success in the cyber war against ISIS. Inquiry into the Bangladesh Bank hack continues; the threat actors behind it may have additional capers in the works. Android malware flourishes, and so does a vigorous underground extortion market. The FBI says it doesn't know what vulnerability was exploited to open the San Bernardino iPhone, and that it doesn't want a hacking arms race with criminals and terrorists. Ferruh Matvituna from Netsparker shares some wisdom on app security, and Jonathan Katz from the University of Maryland explains program obfuscation.

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