The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear that the DHS and FBI have warned that two North Korean malware campaigns are active in the wild. IoT vulnerabilities are disclosed. :Smartphones ship with apparently inadvertent backdoors. Patch Tuesday was a big one, this month. Russian trolls took both sides in the Brexit vote. A pro-tip from the squints: a screenshot from a video game isn't, you know, actually gun-camera footage. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS on the possible expiration of section 702 of the FISA act. Orion Hindawi, CEO of Tanium, with insights gathered from their annual Converge conference. And North Korean shortwave gets hacked to play Eighties rock.

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