The CyberWire Daily Podcast 3.7.18
Ep 550 | 3.7.18
Patchable vulnerabilities in Apache Struts and Exim. CombJack malware. DPRK vs. UN Panel of Experts. Cyberwar and legal limits. Espionage Act prosecution. Infowars turn grimly kinetic.
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In today's podcast, we hear that spies like Apache Struts exploits. Server vulnerabilities described. A new cryptojacker steals at least four varieties of cryptocurrency. North Korea may have hacked UN sanctions enforcers. Dutch Intelligence (and Microsoft) warn of cyberwar, but it's not a declared war, which makes response harder. Update to the pack rat defense, with considerations of mens rea. ISIS terror inspiration. And a possible assassination attempt. Chris Poulin from BAH on next generation IoT devices, like security robots. Guest is Sylvain Gil from Exabeam on business by design, and the importance of the design process in security solutions.