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The CyberWire Daily Podcast 9.21.16
Russian hackers hit German political targets. Vulnerability Cisco discovered while investigating Shadow Brokers' leaks exploited in the wild. New strains of ransomware are out. The Air Force Association is taking up cyber in its annual meetings. The Internet-of-moving things. And North Korea parts the curtain in front of its domains.
In today's podcast, we hear about Russian hackers turning their attention to German political targets as well as politicians in the US. The son-of-Shadow-Brokers vulnerability Cisco discovered is being exploited in the wild. New strains of ransomware are out—Mamba is as dangerous to networks as its namesake is to human tissue. The Air Force Association is taking up cyber in its annual meetings. The Internet-of-moving things handles disclosures. Matthew Green from Johns Hopkins University's Information Security Institute discuses the downsides of backdoors. University of Maryland's Jonathan Katz talks about new security standards adopted by Google. And North Korea parts the curtain in front of its domains.
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