The CyberWire Daily Podcast 7.20.16
Ep 145 | 7.20.16
Brazilian, Chinese groups pledge allegiance to ISIS. Turkey's coup aftermath online.
Show Notes

In today’s podcast we review some of the cyber implications and sequelae of the apparent failed coup d’état in Turkey. Signs in the Shumukh al Islam leaks suggest ISIS is making inroads among China’s Uighur minority. A Brazilian jihadist group pledges allegiance to ISIS online, adding to Brazil’s cybersecurity (and more importantly, physical security) concerns for the Rio Olympics. enSilo reports widespread code-hooking issues in security software. A look at ransomware, and an actual sockpuppet surfaces in Canada. Morphisec's Ronen Yehoshua describes a technique they call moving target defense, and Markus Raushecker shares his take on the sentencing of a swatter who targeted Brian Krebs.