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Daily Podcast Episode List
Episode 974 — 11.20.19
Louisiana works to recover from Monday’s ransomware attack. Gekko Group sustains a massive data exposure. US student charged with coding for ISIS.
Episode 973 — 11.19.19
Ransomware recovery in Louisiana. DPRK phishing for aerospace jobseekers? Cybercrime campaigns. Notes on current legal matters.
Episode 972 — 11.18.19
Disney+ credentials hacked. Kudankulam reassurance. Chinese, Iranian documents leak. Iran and Venezuela restrict Internet access. Russia proposes Internet control treaty. Hacktivist notes.
Episode 971 — 11.15.19
Pemex ransomware update. Spearphishing with spoofed government phishbait. Trojan two-fer. AntiFrigus ransomware avoids C-drive files. BLE bug. DataTribe’s annual Challenge.
Episode 970 — 11.14.19
PureLocker ransomware. APT33 update. Hong Kong and information war, in the courts and on PornHub. Facebook content takedowns. Alleged criminals prepare to face the court.
Episode 969 — 11.13.19
NAM hacked during US-China trade tensions. DDoS against British political parties. Pemex recovers from ransomware. Project Nightingale gets US Federal scrutiny. Patch notes.
Episode 968 — 11.12.19
Labour Party reports a cyberattack. What the Lazarus Group is up to. Platinum adds a quiet backdoor. Buran competes on price. PCI DSS compliance falling. Ahoy, Yantar.
Episode 967 — 11.8.19
Warnings about Emotet and BlueKeep. Crooks test their stolen cards before the holiday shopping season. Amazon fixes Ring. Chinese security gear allegedly sold as made-in-USA.
Episode 966 — 11.7.19
US off-off-year elections go off OK, but don’t get cocky, kids. US charges three in Saudi spy case. Adware dropping apps removed from Google Play. Patch Confluence.
Episode 965 — 11.6.19
App developers had access to more Facebook Group data than intended. Election security and disinformation. DarkUniverse described. Millions lost to business email compromise.
Episode 964 — 11.5.19
Ransomware in Spain. Pegasus in India. TikTok on the Huawei highway? Booz Allen predicts! And good dogs sniff out bad data.
Episode 963 — 11.4.19
BlueKeep is exploited for cryptojacking. Ransomware hits Canadian provincial government. Pegasus lands in India. Magecart, GandCrab updates. US Cyber Command deploys to Montenegro.
Episode 962 — 11.1.19
Cyber espionage. Russia tries Web autarky. The US will investigate TikTok. A bad keyboard app is out of Google Play but still in circulation. Crime comes to e-sports. Happy hundredth, GCHQ.
Episode 961 — 10.31.19
Malware in nuclear plant business system, but not in control systems. Facebook versus inauthenticity and spyware. Twitter refuses political ads. NIST wants comments. Cyber risk a factor in credit ratings.
Episode 960 — 10.30.19
WhatsApp sues NSO Group over Pegasus distribution. Georgia continues its recovery, as does Johannesburg. Facebook stops more inauthentic action. A Bed, Bath, and Beyond breach.
Episode 959 — 10.29.19
Fancy Bear paws at anti-doping agencies. Johannesburg says no to the Shadow Kill Hackers. Adwind jRAT’s new misdirection. US FCC versus Huawei, ZTE. Georgia hacked.
Episode 958 — 10.28.19
Actionable intelligence, and the difficulty of cutting through noise. Extortion hits Johannesburg. Criminal-to-criminal markets. Who’s more vulnerable to phishing, the old or the young?
Episode 957 — 10.25.19
Spearphishing the UN and NGOs. Clickware kicked out of app stores. ICS security notes. Close-reading the Turla false-flag reports. A good use for the dark web. Senators call for investigations.
Episode 956 — 10.24.19
Clouds are back after being out. Bitpaymer hits German manufacturer. Cross-plaform mobile malware. SecurityWeek’s 2019 ICS Cyber Security Conference.
Episode 955 — 10.23.19
Criminal connections. The risky business of acquisition. Joker is back, and it’s not funny. Most dangerous celebrities. Notes from SecurityWeek’s ICS Cyber Security Conference.