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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 08.15.17

Lazarus Group is back, and now they're phishing in English. The Daily Stormer gets the boot, but companies and governments continue to struggle with developing appropriate responses to extremist content. Google Play cleans up SonicSpy, but the malware still circulates elsewhere. Indian police make four arrests for HBO hacking, none related to "Mr. Smith." Marcus Hutchins is out on bail. DJI drones get a makeover. How to recognize a help desk scam.

In today's podcast, we hear that the Lazarus Group is back, and now they're phishing in English. The Daily Stormer gets the boot, but companies and governments continue to struggle with developing appropriate responses to extremist content. Google has swiftly cleaned up SonicSpy, but the malware is still circulating outside the Play store. Indian police make four arrests for HBO hacking, but none of them are related to "Mr. Smith." Marcus Hutchins is out on bail and preparing for an October trial. DJI drones get a peacemaking makeover. Justin Harvey from Accenture on prepping for destructive attacks. Jeff Schumann CEO of Wiretap on vulnerabilities in messaging technologies like Slack and Yammer. And one weird trick to recognizing that a call is a help desk scam. Ready? It's this: they called you.

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