The CyberWire Daily Podcast 11.2.16
Ep 218 | 11.2.16
To disclose or not to disclose…in public. A look into the dark web. Chrome and Firefox disallow shaky certificates. Anonymous gets an incomplete. The Shadow Brokers are still after the Wealthy Elite.
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Show Notes

In today's podcast, we hear about the Microsoft and Google disagreement over public vulnerability disclosure (with a side of Fancy Bear). We also get some industry reactions to the dispute. Terbium takes a good look at the dark web and finds it's not as uniformly sinister as many believe. Google and Mozilla move to reject dodgy certificates. NIST releases a job map. Anonymous gets a grade of incomplete in its trolling of ISIS. Identity Guard's Jerry Thompson describes new technology for protecting your identity online. Ran Yahalom from Ben-Gurion University explains hiding data in USB devices. And the Shadow Brokers' news seems a bit old.