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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 07.14.17

WikiLeaks dumps another alleged CIA cyber manual from Vault7. Cyberwar is the continuation of war (and therefore policy) by other means. Counting the cost of NotPetya. AWS S3 misconfigurations could happen to the best of us (but need not). Chasing innovation in the UK and the US. AlphaBay taken down in international police operation. And what kind of bait is best for phishing?

In today's podcast, we hear that WikiLeaks dumps another alleged CIA cyber manual from Vault7. Cyberwar is the continuation of war (and therefore policy) by other means. Counting the cost of NotPetya. AWS S3 misconfigurations could happen to the best of us (but need not). Chasing innovation in the UK and the US. AlphaBay taken down in international police operation. Rick Howard from Palo Alto Networks on their new initiative with the Girl Scouts for cyber security merit badges. Raj Samani, chief scientist from McAfee, on NotPetya. And what kind of bait is best for phishing?

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