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The CyberWire is a free, community-driven cyber security news service based in Baltimore. Its mission is to provide concise and relevant daily briefings on the critical news happening across the global cyber security domain. In an industry overloaded with information, the CyberWire also helps indivi ...
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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 11.16.17
In today's podcast, we get an update on the US Vulnerabilities Equities Process, which now promises more transparency, accountability, and stakeholder representation in handling zero-days. A look at China's equivalent…doesn't. Worries about North Korean hacking. Mole hunting at Fort Meade. BlueBorne bugs in home assistants. More malware in Google Play. David DuFour from Webroot on the importance of communication with the board of directors. Roy Katmor from Ensilo on attacks using social engine ...
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The CyberWire Daily Briefing 11.16.17
VEP gets more transparent. DPRK cyber op-tempo up? NSA mole hunt continues. BlueBorne vulnerabilities. Malware in Google Play. http://bit.ly/cwBrief111617
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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 11.15.17
In today's podcast, we hear that the DHS and FBI have warned that two North Korean malware campaigns are active in the wild. IoT vulnerabilities are disclosed. Smartphones ship with apparently inadvertent backdoors. Patch Tuesday was a big one, this month. Russian trolls took both sides in the Brexit vote. A pro-tip from the squints: a screenshot from a video game isn't, you know, actually gun-camera footage. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS on the possible expiration of section 702 of the FISA act. Orio ...
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The CyberWire Daily Briefing 11.15.17
Hidden Cobra (a.k.a. Lazarus Group) malware. Moscow trolled Brexit vote. IoT bugs. Patch Tuesday notes. OnePlus backdoors. http://bit.ly/cwBrief111517
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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 11.14.17
In today's podcast, we hear that Spain sees foreign influence operations in Catalonia. IBM's X-Force warns of a new banking Trojan. There may be a mole hunt going on in NSA—and somewhere the Shadow Brokers are smiling. Anti-virus companies fix the AVGater vulnerability. Firefox and Google both commit to security upgrades. Johannes Ullrich from SANS Technology Institute and the ISC Stormcast podcast on the challenges of random number generation. Steve McGregory from Ixia on the challenges of de ...
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The CyberWire Daily Briefing 11.14.17
Mole hunt at Fort Meade? Spain warns of influence ops in Catalonia. IBM reports new banking Trojan. AV companies patch AVGater. Firefox, Android security updates. http://bit.ly/cwBrief111417
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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 11.13.17
In today's podcast, we hear how Vault 8 has succeeded Vault 7 among WikiLeaks dumps (but it's still all CIA all the time from Mr. Assange and company). GCHQ expresses concerns about Kaspersky anti-virus products. Media reports suggest that NSA is in the middle of a big mole hunt. Equifax begins to tally up the costs of its breach. The US Intelligence Community reiterates its conclusion that dog bites man, or rather, that Russia wants to work mischief with the United States. ISIS defaces school w ...
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The CyberWire Daily Briefing 11.13.17
WikiLeaks' Vault 8 opened. NSA leak investigation: a mole hunt. US IC's investigation of Russian influence. ISIS, al Qaeda online. RoK investigation of political meddling sharpens. http://bit.ly/cwBrief111317
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The Week that Was, 11.12.17
WikiLeaks opens Vault 8 (worse than Vault 7). More pseudoransomware. Amazon nudges better security onto AWS users. Paradise Papers, cyber conflict, and industry notes. http://bit.ly/WTW111217
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Research Saturday for 11.11.17
Dr. Adrian Nish is head of cyber threat intelligence at BAE systems. His team has been tracking a new cyber-enabled bank heist in Asia. Some of the tools used are reminiscent of the Bangladesh Bank attack from February 2016. http://bit.ly/CWrs111117

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