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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast we hear about ransomware afflicting a healthcare IT provider. Group 123 phishes in South Korean waters. Schneider Electric describes the zero-day Triton/Trisis exploited. The Dark Caracal spyware campaign is attributed to Lebanon's intelligence service. The US Congress will extend Section 702 surveillance authority for six years. GhostTeam-infected apps are booted from the Play Store. Jonathan Katz from the University of Maryland ponders "uncrackable" quantum encryption. Graham Cluley from the Smashing Security podcast drops by for a chat about the state of the industry. And is there ever a good reason to write down a password?

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