In today's podcast, we follow the latest on the Yahoo! breach. British sources say GCHQ stopped a Russian attack on last year's UK general election. A White House staffer's email is hacked. KrebsOnSecurity is back, but many see a lesson in the dangers of IoT botnets and democratized censorship. Researchers describe iOS and Android vulnerabilities. The FBI releases more documents from its State Department email investigation. Yisroel Mirsky from Ben-Gurion University discusses security risks of Android touch loggers. Switzerland votes for more surveillance, and US states reassure voters that the election won't be hacked.
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