The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast we offer a rundown of recently announced threats and vulnerabilities in stores and documents: Play Store, App Store, and MS Office. Some crooks move to the cloud. GoDaddy buys Sucuri. The US is rumored to be preparing a North Korean indictment for the Bangladesh Bank heist. Social media look for bad bots. Level 3's Dale Drew describes botnet evolution. LookingGlass' Eric Olson explains FaceBook Marketplace security. And some dodgy scientific journals seem to use catphish for peer review.

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