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More signal, less noise—we distill the day’s critical cyber security news into a concise daily podcast. Building upon our popular Daily Briefing, our daily podcast includes interviews with a wide spectrum of experts from industry, academia, and research organizations all over the world. We publish each weekday afternoon (in time for US East Coast drive-time.)

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Episode List

Episode 664 — 8.16.18
Hacking Old Man River. Nation-state cyber conflict: objectives and norms of behavior. Australia's new cyber laws. ATM campaign. Lawsuits, and the Dread Pirate Robert asks for pardon.
Episode 663 — 8.15.18
Notes on patching. Foreshadow speculative execution vulnerability. Influence operations. The FBI's new cyber chief. Are stickers a temptation to thieves, hackers, and customs officers?
Episode 662 — 8.14.18
Cryptowars notes. DDoS in Finland. Bears aren't under the beds; they're in the routers. Smart city attack surfaces. Sanction notes. Training through puzzle-solving.
Episode 661 — 8.13.18
Spyware for states and spouses. Election hacking demos. New ransomware strains, and a clipper for Android. Airline Wi-Fi is not only irritating, but insecure as well.
Episode 660 — 8.10.18
DPRK RAT in the wild. Vulnerable WPA2 4-way handshake implementations. Black Hat notes. Sanctions and retaliation. RoK to reorganize Cyber Command. PGA and ransomware.
Episode 659 — 8.9.18
State-sponsored ransomware campaigns coming? DarkHydrus and Phishery. Hitting ATMs for alt-coin. US sanctions Russia. IBM looks at artificially intelligent malware. Black Hat notes.
Episode 658 — 8.8.18
Payment processors probed with BGP exploits for redirection attacks. WhatsApp vulnerable to manipulation? Deterrence and retaliation. Anonymous vs. QAnon. Notes from Black Hat.
Episode 657 — 8.7.18
TSMC recovers from WannaCry infection. OpenEMR fixes 30 bugs. UK will ask Russia to extradite two GRU operators for Novichok attacks. Twitterbots flourish.
Episode 656 — 8.6.18
More data exposures, from banks and a major CRM provider. Ransomware strikes back. The irresistibility of data. An unhackable wallet gets hacked…maybe. Spreading goodwill through Akido?
Episode 655 — 8.3.18
Russian threats and threats to Russia. Cryptojacking wave spreads out from Brazil. Recovering from malware in Alaska and Atlanta. Notes on automotive cybersecurity.
Episode 654 — 8.2.18
RASPITE noses around the US power grid. Cisco will buy Duo Security. Sandworm afflicts lab investigating Novichok attack. Influence ops can be no-lose proposition.Crytpojacking and malspam.
Episode 653 — 8.1.18
Reddit Hacked. Ukrainians nabbed. Facebook boots "inauthentic" accounts for malign influence. Pegasus spyware found in Amnesty phone. Yale's old breach. Google and censorship.
Episode 652 — 7.31.18
Infrastructure security, especially power, finance, and elections. Preparation pays off. Proofpoint warns of new AZORult malware. Check Point tracks Master134 malvertising. Crime news.
Episode 651 — 7.30.18
NetSpectre proof-of-concept. Election hacking, in the US and Australia. Cyber industrial espionage. Cyber threats to power grids. Hacking JPay.
Episode 650 — 7.27.18
Fancy Bear sniffs around Senatorial staffs. US NSC considers Russian election interference. Chinese and Iranian cyberespionage. Malware loaders. Smart home bugs. Stealing WiFi.
Episode 649 — 7.26.18
LifeLock closes proof-of-concept hole. US-CERT warns of active campaigns against ERP applications. Ad blockers may function as spyware. Parasite HTTP RAT. Underminer EK. NSA's IG scowls.
Episode 648 — 7.25.18
Leafminer wants to learn from the best, and that's not good. Shipper hacked. Old malware resurfaces in improved form. Russian grid and election threats. What insurance covers.
Episode 647 — 7.24.18
Warnings of Russian cyber threat to power grids. Phishing rises. Patch gets patched. SingHealth breach. Satori botnet. Bluetooth MitM. Evil maids?
Episode 646 — 7.23.18
SingHealth breach hits Singapore. Manufacturers afflicted with third-party data exposure. Aspen Security Forum takes cyber threats seriously. Ecuador may withdraw asylum from Assange.
Episode 645 — 7.20.18
Cyberespionage and influence operations. Big botnet assembled in less than a day. Monetizing stolen paycards through online games. Amazon nudges developers. Report on Huawei. Phishing notes.