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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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Recent episodes

Episode 779
2.13.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that China has denied involvement in the Australian Parliament hack. Patch Tuesday notes. A new strain of Shlayer malware is...

Episode 778
2.12.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that VFEmail has sustained a devastating, data-destroying attack. The EU considers whether it should, can, or will make a coordinated...

Episode 777
2.11.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that clipper malware has been ejected from Google Play. A different cryptojacker is kicking its competitors out of infected...

Episode 776
2.8.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that Australia is investigating an attempted hack of its Federal Parliament. The US Department of Homeland Security warns that...

Episode 775
2.7.19

In today’s podcast, we hear about social engineering, with a few new twists. Some airlines may be exposing passenger data with insecure check-in links.

Episode 774
2.6.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that Chinese threat group APT10 seems to have been busy lately, and up to its familiar industrial espionage. More governments...

Episode 773
2.5.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that ExileRAT is targeting Tibet’s government-in-exile. The SpeakUp backdoor afflicts many varieties of Linux systems. Facebook...

Episode 772
2.4.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that Collection#1 looks like the work of an aggregator who goes by the name of “C0rpz.” OceanLotus is working with a new downloader.

Episode 771
2.1.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that Apple has let Facebook and Google out of time-out. Russia decides it would like access to Apple data because, you know,...

Episode 770
1.31.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that Collections #2 through #5 have joined Collection #1 in hacker fora. Google is found to be collecting data from devices...

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