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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 04.04.17

Pegasus malware now in the Android ecosystem. British authorities warn of possible ISIS cyberattacks on infrastructure. Russia investigates the St. Petersburg metro bombing. New evidence connects North Korea with the Lazarus group. Fancy Bear continues to romp; Turla seems to have remained quietly active for about twenty years. Zero-days reported for Samsung's Tizen. Apple issues an emergency iOS patch. Industry notes, and tax season security advice.

In today's podcast, we hear that Pegasus is now in the Android ecosystem. British authorities warn of possible ISIS cyberattacks on infrastructure. Russia investigates the St. Petersburg metro bombing. New evidence connects North Korea with the Lazarus group. Fancy Bear continues to romp unabated, and Turla seems to have remained quietly active for about twenty years. Zero-days reported for Samsung's Tizen. Our coverage of the Women in Cybersecurity Conference continues, featuring a conversation with Endgame malware researcher Amanda Rousseau. Virgina Tech’s Hume Center’s Dr. Charles Clancy describes telephony DDOS. Apple issues an emergency iOS patch. Industry notes, and tax season security advice.

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