The CyberWire Daily Podcast 5.20.24
Ep 2071 | 5.20.24

Double key encryption debate.

Show Notes

Germany’s BSI sues Microsoft for more information on recent security incidents. Julian Assange can appeal his U.S. extradition. AI chatbots may have itchy trigger fingers. CISA warns of vulnerabilities affecting Google Chrome and D-Link routers. Ham Radio’s association suffers a data breach. New underground marketplaces pop up to replace BreachForums. An updated banking trojan targets users in Central and South America. Cybercom’s founders share its origin story.  Examining gender bias in open source software contributors. For our Industry Voices segment, guest Chris Pierson, CEO at BlackCloak, met up with N2K’s Brandon Karpf at the 2024 RSA Conference to discuss personal cybersecurity risks for executives. College students unlock free laundering — no money required. 

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CyberWire Guest

On our Industry Voices segment, guest Chris Pierson, CEO at BlackCloak, met up with N2K’s Brandon Karpf at the 2024 RSA Conference. Chris and Brandon discussed personal cybersecurity risks for executives.

Selected Reading

BSI sues Microsoft for disclosure of information on security disaster (Ground News)

Assange Can Appeal U.S. Extradition, English Court Rules (The New York Times)

ChatGPT likes to fight. For military AI researchers, that’s a problem (Tech Brew)

CISA warns of hackers exploiting Chrome, EoL D-Link bugs (Bleeping Computer)

American Radio Relay League Hit by Cyberattack (SecurityWeek)

FBI seizes BreachForums infrastructure — but successor sites are already popping up (ITPro)

Grandoreiro Banking Trojan is Back With Major Updates (Infosecurity Magazine)

(PDF) Gender bias in open source: Pull request acceptance of women versus men (ResearchGate)

The inside story of Cyber Command’s creation (CSO Online)

Two Santa Cruz students uncover security bug that could let millions do their laundry for free (TechCrunch) 

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