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episode 750: Operation Cloudhopper and industrial espionage. Anonymous social network Blind server left exposed. Reputation jacking. Alexa shares too much, by accident. Hitman scam is back.

In today’s podcast, we hear that the Five Eyes have had quite enough of Stone Panda’s Cloudhopping, thank you very much, and they want Beijing to put a stop to it. Beijing says it’s all slander, and that the Yankees are probably just as bad. Blind turns out not to be as blind as its users thought. Reputation jacking comes to business email compromise. Alexa complies with GDPR, but goes a little overboard. And no, a hitman has not been hired to get you, no matter what that email says. Joe Carrigan from JHU ISI on hackers bypassing GMail two-factor authentication. Guest is Brian McCullough, host of the TechMeme Ride Home podcast and author of the book How the Internet Happened.

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 December 21, 2018  28m