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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear about more misconfigured S3 buckets (these in Australia). Kaspersky Lab protests its innocence as it releases a study of Equation Group leaks. Notes from the world of crime: dual-purpose Trojans, fake-news-as-a-service, and how the cops are keeping the robbers hopping. Some thoughts on Hidden Cobra, and what it means for ICS operators in particular. More positive notices for the VEP. Chris Poulin from BAH on AI ethical conundrums with self-driving cars. Jeremy Wittkop from Intelisecure on the trouble with Social Security Numbers. And Amazon Key may unlock more than one would like.

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