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Episodes:

Type Released Title Description
03/27/2017 Lone wolves howl to each other over WhatsApp? Industry yawns at W... In today's podcast, we hear that British police think ISIS not-so...
03/24/2017 WikiLeaks' Vault 7 "Dark Matter" docs. Information operations, Ru... In today's podcast we hear assessments of WikiLeaks' latest Vault...
03/23/2017 Newly disclosed threats and vulnerabilities, mostly criminal. Cat... In today's podcast we offer a rundown of recently announced threa...
03/22/2017 Laptop restrictions are for physical, not cyber reasons. Necurs i... In today's podcast, we hear that laptop flight restrictions sprea...
03/21/2017 Extortion claims. Election influence operations seem likely to co... In today's podcast, we hear about the claim that "the Turkish Cri...
03/20/2017 Careless criminals, Cisco mitigations, and Vault 7 disclosure con... In today's podcast we ask whether careless cyber criminals workin...
03/17/2017 Cyberspace and "Cold War Two." Who's leaking to WikiLeaks? Wishbo... In today's podcast, we hear about observers who look around and t...
03/16/2017 Lazarus Group is back. Dun & Bradstreet loses data; so does ABTA.... In today's podcast we hear about the return of the the Lazarus Gr...
03/15/2017 Influence ops, third-party apps with an appetite for permissions,... In today's podcast, we look as influence operations in the UK and...
03/14/2017 Canadian government sites recover from the Apache Struts vulnerab... In today's podcast, we hear about how the Apache Struts bug has b...
03/13/2017 Vault 7 updates—observers speculate about an inside leaker. Pre... In today's podcast, we review some speculation about Vault 7 that...
03/10/2017 WikiLeaks, responsible disclosure, and insider threats. Playstati... In today's podcast, WikiLeaks offers to enter the responsible dis...
03/09/2017 Vault 7 doesn't show much evidence of false flag operations. The ... In today's podcast, we follow the Vault 7 story and the false fla...
03/08/2017 WikiLeaks and Vault 7 In today's podcast we talk over the latest news, rumors, gossip, ...
03/07/2017 StoneDrill succeeds Shamoon. Trojanized Android Facebook Lite. Pr... In today's podcast we hear about how StoneDrill maybe succeeding ...
03/07/2017 RSA 2017 Roundup – Perspectives, Pitches and Predictions In this CyberWire 2017 RSA Conference special edition, we wrap up...
03/06/2017 Warnings of DNSMessenger. Cyber deterrence, and cyber offensive o... In today's podcast, we hear about warnings from Cisco's Talos uni...
03/03/2017 Risk mitigation scores some wins this week. Amazon finds the typo... In today's podcast, we review some encouraging news about Android...
03/02/2017 Online banking funds transfer fraud. Telegram and phone scams. ... In today's podcast we hear about how a criminal gang is deploying...
03/01/2017 Internet outages were errors, not attacks. Evolving Trojans and b... In today's podcast, we hear that yesterday's Internet outages wer...
02/28/2017 Alleged BND surveillance of news organizations. Snake Wine in Jap... In today's podcast, we learn that the BND may have been listening...
02/28/2017 If I Only Had a Brain... Artificial Intelligence Gets Real at RSA... At the 2017 RSA conference, artificial intelligence and machine l...
02/27/2017 Cloudbleed and what it means to you. Ransomware updates. News fro... In today's podcast, we hear how Cloudflare suffered from Cloudble...
02/24/2017 SHA-1 is broken. Grizzly Steppe and Carbanak. M&A notes. Linux pa... SHA-1 is broken, for real. Grizzly Steppe threat actors seem to h...
02/23/2017 Patcher ransomware. Locky, Cryptowall, and Cerber are still activ... In today's podcast, we hear about how Patcher ransomware is infes...
02/22/2017 Influence operations. A new Mirai version is potentially more dan... In today's podcast, we hear from Paris that Moscow's not welcome ...
02/21/2017 A coming surge in North Korean hacking? Middle Eastern cyber espi... In today's podcast, we hear that analysts are predicting a surge ...
02/17/2017 International norms of cyber conflict. Fancy Bear's tradecraft (w... In today's podcast, we talk about hybrid warfare, with disinforma...
02/16/2017 Ukraine accused Russia of renewed hacking by BlackEnergy actors. ... In today's podcast, in addition to notes from RSA, we hear some f...
02/15/2017 Nation-states or criminal gangs? Update on Polish banking attacks... In today's podcast we consider the difficulty of distinguishing n...


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