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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 06.05.17

ISIS claims responsibility for Saturday's terror attacks in London. The UK reacts with strong words against terrorist safe spaces online and the dangers of end-to-end encryption as at least some attackers are revealed as known wolves. Hacking has diplomatic consequences for Bahrain, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates. India investigates a possible cyberattack against a fighter aircraft. Ransomware purveyors also selling stolen data. EternalBlue exploits remain active.

In today's podcast, we hear that ISIS has claimed responsibility for Saturday's terror attacks in London. The UK reacts with strong words against terrorist safe spaces online. The Prime Minister wants restrictions on end-to-end encryption and a very hard line against extremist messaging. Hacking has diplomatic consequences for Bahrain, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates. India investigates a possible cyberattack against a fighter aircraft. Dr. Charles Clancy from VA Tech's Hume Center on the FCC's approach to consumer privacy. Ransomware purveyors also selling stolen data. EternalBlue exploits remain active.

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