In today's podcast, we hear reports of cyber reconnaissance of Turkish financial institutions: Hidden Cobra is the suspect. The Chinese government appears to have finagled its national vulnerability database to afford misdirection to cyber operations. Cryptomining attempts hit Windows endpoints. Other cryptojacking campaigns afflict vulnerable servers. Memcrash DDoS hits new targets. The US Administration hints at possible cyber policy changes. Emily Wilson from Terbium Labs, on the issue of trying to spend our way to security. Guest is Priscilla Moriuchi from Recorded Future, with research documenting a backdating issue in the CNNVD, China’s National Vulnerability Database.
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