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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear how Cozy Bear slips through with domain fronting. Shamoon's infection methods are revealed. The crypto wars flare over not-so-lone wolves, but there are some genuine lone wolves out there as well. Medical and dental practices warned against attacks on FTP servers. A networked sterilizer is, well, digitally unhygienic. Docs dot com search functionality temporarily disabled. Remember, if you want to reach the G-men, it's FBI dot GOV, not dot com. The UMD Center for Health and Homeland Security's Ben Yelin examines a case where a defendant's expertise is being held against him. Brian Brunetti from Route1 warns about VPN insecurity. Scareware hits iOS users. And a Brooklyn prosecutor gets bad advice from the old heart.

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