The CyberWire Daily Podcast 10.14.16
Ep 205 | 10.14.16
Political hacks: email, Twitter, and iCloud. Calls mount for tough US response to Russian cyber operations. Two Android vulnerabilities and one threat revealed. Verizon calls Yahoo! breach "material."
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Show Notes

In today's podcast we follow the continuing story of election hacks, and the varying but convergent motives behind them. We get a side helping of good government advice from Mr. Putin. (Thanks, Vlad!) Al Qaeda tries to reach the Millennial jihadist market with ISIS-like information operations. The Internet-of-Things enhances its reputation as an Internet-of-Trouble. Cyber stocks see turbulence as downbeat guidance spooks speculators. Pork Explosion isn't a movie from the Seventies—it's an Android backdoor. The Johns Hopkins University's Joe Carrigan responds to a listener inquiry about Amazon's recent password resets. DDoS expert Dave Larson from Corero Network Security shares his perspective on recent attacks. And please don't use a misspelled app to take selfies.