The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 09.25.17

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In today’s podcast, we review reports saying that Deloitte has been hacked. Details are sparse but the story is developing. A Verizon AWS S3 bucket is found exposed online. Locky is being spammed out in quantity. Phantom Squad hoods run a DDoS protection racket. Kinetic tensions the US, Tehran, and North Korea raise expectations of cyber offensives. Chinese intelligence thought behind CCleaner backdoor. Unnamed ISPs accused of FinFisher spyware campaign complicity. Chris Poulin from BAH on vulnerabilities in connected cars. And Carlos Danger will go to the Big House.

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