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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast we look at developments in the Panama Papers case. A "lone hacker" going by "Guccifer 2.0" claims the DNC hack, but CrowdStrike stands by its attribution to Russian intelligence. Investigators look at Orlando shooter Mateen's online history. Anonymous hits ISIS in cyberspace, and so does US JTF-Ares. xDedic is the latest black market: it deals in server access. Telegram denies being vulnerable. Admins complain about one of Microsoft's June patches. Quintessence Lab's Vikram Sharma tells us about quantum key encryption. And we hear from Wandera's Michael Covington about the true cost of buying cheap sunglasses online.

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