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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we note that US midterm elections end tomorrow evening, with officials on high alert for election hacking. Russia sends poll watcher to the US to make sure democratic norms are observed. Side-channel attack proof-of-concept announced for CPUs, but risk seems relatively low. Botnets are fighting over Android devices for cryptojacking power. And Russia's GU, né GRU? It looks like it's going to get its "R" back. Rick Howard from Palo Alto Networks with thoughts on DevOps and the future of orchestration.

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