The CyberWire Daily Podcast 10.18.16
Ep 207 | 10.18.16

Assange still has asylum, but not so much connectivity. RT's banking woes. US-Russian cyber relations continue to worsen. General (ret.) Cartwright pleads guilty to lying about Stuxnet leaks. Email server controversy gutters on.

Show Notes

In today's podcast we hear the current skinny on hacking the US elections. WikiLeaks' Assange lives, but he seems to be offline, and RT gets dumped by its British bank. The US continues to make noises about retaliating against Russian hackers. Russia sheds crocodile tweets over American gasconade. A retired general pleads guilty to lying to the FBI. The Shadow Brokers say, really, they want someone to bid, or else. Markus Rauschecker from the University of MD Center for Health and Homeland Security explains a recent ruling involving kids' privacy online. Netskope's Ravi Balupari describes the latest behaviors of the Virlock ransomware. Level 3 keeps score on the Mirai botnet. And, fellow youths, you may after all be the weakest link.