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Recorded Future Podcast: North Korea Targets South Korean Cryptocurrency
Facing sanctions from much of the rest of the world, North Korea has turned to cybercrimeto help finance their operations. The Lazarus Group is well known as a state-sponsored team of criminal hackers serving North Korean interests, and in 2017 they set their sights on cryptocurrency users and exchanges in South Korea with a spear phishing campaign. Additionally, they’ve targeted South Korean college students interested in foreign affairs, part of a group called “Friends of MOFA” (Ministry ...
The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 1.22.18
In today's podcast, we learn that the Evrial Trojan is interested in what's on your Windows Clipboard. The healthcare sector continues its struggle to recover from SamSam ransomware. People raise the possibility that Olympic timekeeping could be hacked. They're not saying it was, just that it might be. Russian troll farms are barking at the US House Intelligence Committee and the Czech Presidential run-off election. Some notes on crime and possible punishment. Malek Ben Salem from Accenture Labs ...
The CyberWire Daily Briefing 1.22.18
Fake news, what the bots say, recent trolling. Eviral shuffles Windows Clipboard. SamSam vs. healthcare. Satoshi speculation.Read here:
The Week that Was, 1.21.18
Dark Caracal and other espionage efforts. Deterrence, defense, and resilience. Patch notes and industry news.Read here:
Research Saturday for 1.20.18
Researchers at ThreatConnect have discovered evidence that Fancy Bear, a cyber espionage group generally associated with Russia's military agency GRU, may be spoofing domains belonging to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), and the Olympic Council of Asia. Kyle Ehmke is a threat intelligence researcher with ThreatConnect, and he takes us through their work.Listen here:
The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 1.19.18
In today's podcast we hear about ransomware afflicting a healthcare IT provider. Group 123 phishes in South Korean waters. Schneider Electric describes the zero-day Triton/Trisis exploited. The Dark Caracal spyware campaign is attributed to Lebanon's intelligence service. The US Congress will extend Section 702 surveillance authority for six years. GhostTeam-infected apps are booted from the Play Store. Jonathan Katz from the University of Maryland ponders "uncrackable" quantum encryption. Graha ...
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Thanks to our listeners as we celebrate 2 years of podcasting at The CyberWire! #cybersecurity #infosec
The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 1.18.18
In today's podcast we hear that Norway's Southern and Eastern Regional Health Authority has suffered a breach. False civil defense alerts are mistakes, not hacks, but they're worth some attention. Davos will take up international conflict and cybersecurity next week. Banking Trojan Exobot holds a going-out-of-business sale. Satori botnet rifles cryptocurrency wallets. Emily Wilson from Terbium Labs, looking at the upcoming Olympics and midterm elections. Guest is Nadav Avital from Imperva on web ...
The CyberWire Daily Briefing 1.18.18
False alarm glitches. Exobot source code for sale. Satori picking wallets. Alt-coin pump-and-dump? Norway health hack.Read here:
The CyberWire Daily Briefing 1.17.18
Lazarus Group hits RoK cryptocurrency. Bogus patch site serves malware. Skygofree Android spyware. Section 702 nears reauthorization.Read here:

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