The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast we hear that the FBI recommends rebooting your routers against VPNFilter. Data extortion hits Canadian banks. The Cobalt Gang is back. 51% attacks fiddle with cryptocurrencies. BackSwap banking Trojan is tough to detect. Coca-Cola discloses data theft by a former employee. Courvoisier—the hacker, not the cognac, gets ten years. Facebook continues to work on its content moderation, and Papua New Guinea may block the platform for a month of study. NATO studies humor, very seriously. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS on police attempts to use a deceased person’s fingerprints to unlock a phone. Guest is Mike Benjamin from CenturyLink on their recent threat report covering IoT and DDoS.

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