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episode 707: Looks like Comment Crew, but probably isn't. Facebook breached by spammers. Twitter's big troll trove. Router issues. Who dunnit to YouTube?

In today's podcast, we hear that a campaign reuses some of the old Comment Crew code, but McAfee researchers think it's not the same old Crew. Facebook thinks its big breach was the work of spammers, not spies. Twitter releases a trove of trolling and invites researchers to take a look. Researchers disclose flaws in D-Link and Linksys routers. Ghost Squad says that they downed YouTube the other day, but who knows? And if YouTube goes down, please don't call 911.  Dr. Charles Clancy from VA Tech’s Hume Center on cognitive electronic warfare. Guest is Mike Janke from DataTribe on Maryland’s aspirations to be the nation’s hub of cyber operations.

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