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Recent Episodes

Ep 1838 | 6.6.23

Cl0p moves their way into the systems of major European companies. Notes from a highly active cyber underworld. And hybrid war updates.

The Cl0p gang claims responsibility for the MOVEit file transfer vulnerability. Verizon’s DBIR is out. Palo Alto Networks takes a snapshot of last year’s threat trends. A new criminal campaign targets Android users wishing to install modified apps. A smishing campaign is expanding into the Middle East. Cisco observes compromised vendor and contractor accounts as an access point for network penetration. Cyclops ransomware acts as a dual threat. Anonymous Sudan demands $1 million to stop attacks on Microsoft platforms. Ben Yelin explains a groundbreaking decision on border searches. Our guest is Matt Caulfield of Oort with insights on identity security. And a deepfaked martial law announcement airs on Russian provincial radio stations.

Ep 1837 | 6.5.23

Need a Lyft? Not if Anonymous Sudan has anything to say about it. Closing time, open all the doors and let KillNet into the world.

Anonymous Sudan responds to remarks from the US Secretary of State by targeting Lyft and American hospitals. NSA releases an advisory on North Korean spearphishing campaigns. The US government’s Moonlighter satellite will test cybersecurity in orbit. "Operation Triangulation" offers an occasion for Russia to move closer to IT independence. The SEC drops cases over improper access to Adjudication Memoranda. Executives and board members are easy targets for threat actors trolling for sensitive information. Rick Howard targets Zero Trust. The FBI’s Deputy Assistant Director for Cyber Cynthia Kaiser shares trends from the IC3 Annual Report. And KillNet seems to say it's disbanding…or is it?

Ep 1836 | 6.2.23

Hackers like to move it, move it. Skimmers observed targeting Americas and Europe. Hybrid war activity.

MOVEit Transfer software sees exploitation. A website skimmer has been employed against targets in the Americas and Europe. A look into XeGroup's recent criminal activity. Apple denies the FSB’s allegations of collusion with NSA. Kaspersky investigates compromised devices. Johannes Ullrich from SANS describes phony YouTube "live streams". Our guest is Sherry Huang from William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to discuss their grants funding cyber policy studies. And the US Department of Defense provides Starlink services to Ukraine.

Ep 1835 | 6.1.23

Firmware comes in through the back door. Leveraging Adobe for credential harvesting. C2C market notes. Hybrid war updates.

A backdoor-like issue has been found in Gigabyte firmware. A credential harvesting campaign impersonates Adobe. The Dark Pink gang is active in southeastern Asia. Mitiga discovers a “significant forensic discrepancy” in Google Drive. "Spyboy" is for sale in the C2C market. A look at Cuba ransomware. Ukrainian hacktivists target the Skolkovo Foundation. The FSB says NSA breached iPhones in Russia. Carole Theriault examines Utah's social media bills aimed at kids online. Our guest is Tucker Callaway of Mezmo to discuss the rise of telemetry pipelines. And spoofing positions and evading sanctions.

Ep 1834 | 5.31.23

Two RAT infestations. Ghosts of sites past. Trends in identity security. Detecting deepfakes may prove more difficult than you think.

SeroXen is a new elusive evolution of the Quasar RAT that seems to live up to its hype, and DogeRAT is a cheap Trojan targeting Indian Android users. Salesforce ghost sites see abuse by malicious actors. A look into identity security trends. People may be overconfident in their ability to detect deepfakes. Deepen Desai from Zscaler describes a campaign targeting Facebook users. CW Walker from Spycloud outlines identity exposure in the Fortune 1000. And a blurring of the lines between criminal, hacktivist, and strategic motivations.

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Dave Bittner
Dave Bittner, is a security podcast host and one of the founders at CyberWire. He's a creator, producer, videographer, actor, experimenter, and entrepreneur. He's had a long career in the worlds of television, journalism and media production, and is one of the pioneers of non-linear editing and digital storytelling.
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