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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear that the Shadow Broker exploits have now been found to be more exploitable. Cryptocurrency miners are recognized as a problem: MacUpdate sustained a brief infestation late last week, and a new Android mining campaign takes a page from Mirai's playbook. Smominru botnet rakes in $3.6 million. T-Mobile warns of SIM-hijacking. Comment period extended for NIST Special Publication 800-171. New paycard skimmer found in Pennsylvania stores. Emily Wilson from Terbium Labs on tax fraud issues. Guest is Woody Shea from Covata on S3 bucket leaks. And a tsunami false alarm on the US East Coast.

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