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Recent Episodes

Ep 1748 | 1.27.23

An update on the Hive ransomware takedown. More DDoS from Killnet. Advisories from CISA, and an addition to the Known Exploited Vulnerabilties Catalog.

An update on the takedown of the Hive ransomware gang, plus insights from CrowdStrike’s Adam Meyers. If you say you’re going to unleash the Leopards, expect a noisy call from Killnet. Our guest is ExtraHop CISO Jeff Costlow talking about nation-state attackers in light of ongoing Russian military operations. CISA has released eight ICS advisories, and the agency has also added an entry to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog.

Ep 1747 | 1.26.23

Remote monitoring and management tools abused. Russian and Iranian cyberespionage reported. The world according to the CIO. And if volume is your secret, maybe look for a better secret.

Joint advisory warns of remote monitoring and management software abuse. Iranian threat actors reported active against a range of targets. UK's NCSC warns of increased risk of Russian and Iranian social engineering attacks. A look at trends, as seen by CIOs. Carole Theriault ponders health versus privacy with former BBC guru Rory Cellan Jones. Kyle McNulty, host of the Secure Ventures podcast shares lessons from the cybersecurity startup community. And the DRAGONBRIDGE spam network is disrupted.

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Ep 1746 | 1.25.23

TA444 and crypto theft on behalf of the Dear Successor. CryptoAPI spoofing vulnerability described. New Python-based malware campaign. User headspace. Tanks vs. hacktivists.

How do the North Koreans get away with it? They do run their cyber ops like a creepy start-up business. A spoofing vulnerability is discovered in Windows CryptoAPI. Python-based malware is distributed via phishing. MacOS may have a reputation for threat-resistance, but users shouldn't get cocky. DevSecOps survey results show tension between innovation and security. Russian hacktivist auxiliaries hit German targets. Tim Starks from the Washington Post Cyber 202 shares insights from his interview with Senator Warner. Our guest is Keith McCammon of Red Canary to discuss cyber accessibility. And Private sector support for Ukraine's cyber defense.

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Ep 1745 | 1.24.23

Disentangling cybercrime from cyberespionage. A threat to the IoT supply chain. What do you do with the hacktivists when they stop being hacktivists? A retired FBI Special Agent is indicted.

DragonSpark conducts "opportunistic" cyberattacks in East Asia. ProxyNotShell and OWASSRF exploit chains target Microsoft Exchange servers. The IoT supply chain is threatened by exploitation of Realtek Jungle SDK vulnerability. CISA adds an entry to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog. A Cisco study finds organizations see positive returns from investment in privacy. What's the hacktivist's postwar future? Joe Carrigan tracks a romance scam targeting seniors. Our guest is Pete Lund of OPSWAT to discuss the security of removable media devices. And a retired G-Man is indicted on multiple charges.

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Ep 1744 | 1.23.23

Contractor error behind FAA outage. OneNote malspam. Vastflux ad campaign disrupted. Ukraine moves closer to CCDCOE membership. Alerts for gamblers and gamers.

The FAA attributes its January NOTAM outage. Malicious OneNote attachments are appearing in phishing campaigns. The Vastflux ad campaign has been disrupted. Ukraine moves toward closer cybersecurity collaboration with NATO. Rick Howard considers the best of 2022. Deepen Desai from Zscaler looks at VPN Risk. And, finally, we’re betting you want alerts for sports book customers and online gamers.

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Dave Bittner
Dave Bittner, is a security podcast host and one of the founders at CyberWire. He's a creator, producer, videographer, actor, experimenter, and entrepreneur. He's had a long career in the worlds of television, journalism and media production, and is one of the pioneers of non-linear editing and digital storytelling.
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