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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear that Flash Player is being exploited by DPRK's TEMP.Reaper, also known as Group 123. ISIS may have a hacker help-wanted sign out. JenX botnet update. Scareby ransomware tells victims it will shred their files if they don't pay up. The Nunes Memo remains a political Rohrschach Test. A Japanese teenager is arrested for writing cryptocurrency-stealing code. Lauri Love will not be extradited to the US. Peter Levashov is not so lucky. Joe Carrigan from JHU responds to listener mail on passwords. And the FBI is not emailing you to say you may be entitled to compensation.

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