The CyberWire Daily Podcast 1.3.19
Ep 752 | 1.3.19
2019’s first noteworthy breach. Update on the Tribune Publishing hack. reCAPTCHA defeated in proof-of-concept. Dark Overlord should avail itself of the right to remain silent.
Show Notes

In today’s podcast, we hear that prize for first big breach of 2019 goes to Australia, but the year is young. Ryuk “artisanal” malware implicated in newspaper print-plant hacks. reCAPTCHA gets captchu’d, again. The Dark Overlord teases some pretty dull stuff, a step ahead of the law and Pastebin content moderators. PewDiePie followers continue to pester Internet users. And there’s a new play about Reality Winner, the alleged NSA leaker. Johannes Ullrich from SANS and the ISC Stormcast podcast on cold boot attacks on laptops. Guest is Sarah Squire from Ping Identity with results from a survey on consumer response to breaches.