The CyberWire Daily Podcast 3.10.17
Ep 303 | 3.10.17
WikiLeaks, responsible disclosure, and insider threats. Playstation credentials rumored to have been compromised. Apache Struts bug being actively exploited. DPRK missile cyber security. A look at West African cybergangs.
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Show Notes

In today's podcast, WikiLeaks offers to enter the responsible disclosure game, but be warned: there are legal problems should you accept classified information. Some AV companies tout their reviews in Vault 7. Speculation about how CIA hacking notes leaked turns to an insider threat. HackRead warns that Playstation credentials may have been compromised. The Apache Struts vulnerability is being exploited in the wild. Observers cast doubt on reports the US successfully hacked North Korean missile launches. Joe Carrigan from the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute weighs in on SHA-1. Comodo's Kenneth Geers share insights from their 2016 Global Report. Trend Micro and Interpol take a look at the West African cybercrime scene.