The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear that a possible bank payment system hack remains under investigation in Mexico. Medical zero-days for sale, and not on the black market. SamSam continues to spread. What to look for in bad bots. Patched vulnerabilities are being weaponized at higher rates. Proof-of-concept car hacking demonstration shows in-vehicle infotainment system vulnerabilities. And when you see these phishbait phrases in an email subject line, be sure to spit the hook. Emily Wilson from Terbium Labs on recent takedowns of content on Reddit. Guest is Patrick Peterson from Agari on Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI), a proposed standard to better secure email.

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