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episode 2001: Imitation game: LastPass vs LassPass.


A LastPass imitator sneaks its way past Apple’s app store review. Bitdefender identifies a new macOS backdoor. The Air Force and Space Force collaborate for stronger cyber defense. CISA offers an election security advisory program. The FCC bans AI robocalls. The Feds put a bounty on the Hive ransomware group. Senators introduce a bipartisan drone security act. Cisco Talos IDs a new cyber espionage campaign. Fighting the good fight against software bloat...


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episode 2000: Volt Typhoon’s stealthy threat to US critical infrastructure.


A joint advisory warns of Volt Typhoon’s extended network infiltration. Check your Cisco devices for patches. Fortinet clarifies its latest vulnerabilities. Internet outages plague Pakistan on election day. Kaspersky describes the new Coyote banking trojan. Cyber insurance is projected to reach new heights. The White House appoints a leader for the AI Safety Institute, and sees pushback on proposed reporting regulations...


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episode 1999: Taking a bite out of Apple.


A security researcher has been charged in an alleged multi-million dollar theft scheme targeting Apple. A House committee hearing explores OT security. Fortinet withdraws accidental CVEs. 2023 saw record highs in ransomware payments. A youtuber finds a cheap and easy bypass for Bitlocker encryption. Political pressure proves challenging for the JCDC. New Hampshire tracks down those fake Biden robocalls. European security agencies bolster warnings about Ivanti devices...


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episode 1998: Cracking down on spyware.


The global community confronts spyware. Canon patches critical vulnerabilities in printers. Barracuda recommends mitigations for Web Application Firewall issues. Group-IB warns of ResumeLooters. Millions are at risk after a data breach in France. Research from the UK reveals contradictory approaches to cybersecurity. Meta’s Oversight Board recommends updates to Facebook’s Manipulated Media policy...


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episode 1997: A serious breach showdown.


Anydesk confirms a serious breach. Clorox and Johnson Controls file cyber incidents with the SEC. There’s already a potential Apple Vision Pro kernel exploit. A $25 million deepfake scam. Akamai research hops on the FritzFrog botnet. The US sanctions Iranians for attacks on American water plants. Commando Cat targets Docker API endpoints. Pennsylvania courts fall victim to a DDoS attack. A new leader takes the reins at US Cyber Command and the NSA. Our guest is Dr...


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episode 6: Encore: Bilyana Lilly: Turn challenges into opportunities. [Policy] [Career Notes]


Cybersecurity and disinformation researcher Bilyana Lilly shares her career path from studying where she was always a foreigner to an expert on the Russian perspective. While studying international law in Kosovo, Bilyana realized there are no winners in war. Through her work, she hopes to bring a greater understanding of Russia's strategic thinking. Our thanks to Bilyana for sharing her story with us.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


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episode 315: Weathering the internet storm. [Research Saturday]


Johannes Ullrich from SANS talking about the Internet Storm Center and how they do research. Internet Storm Center was created as a mix of manual reports submitted by security analysts during Y2K and automated firewall collection started by DShield. The research shares how SANS used their "agile honeypots" to "zoom in" on events to more effectively collect data targeting specific vulnerabilities. Internet Storm Center has been noted on three separate attacks that were observed...


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episode 1996: A digital leaker gets 40 years behind bars.


Former CIA leaker sentenced to 40 years. Interpol arrests suspected cybercriminals and takes down servers. Cloudflare discloses a Thanksgiving Day data breach. The FBI removes malware from outdated routers. President Biden plans to veto a Republican-led bill overturning cyber disclosure rules. Attackers target poorly managed Linux systems. Infected USB devices take advantage of popular websites for malware distribution. Blackbaud faces a data deletion mandate from the FTC...


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episode 1995: Defending America against China's ominous onslaught.


Directors Wray and Easterly warn congress of threats from Chinese hackers. Myanmar authorities extradite pig butchering suspects. Automation remains a challenge. Snyk Security Labs plugs holes in “Leaky Vessels.” Pegasus spyware targets human rights groups in Jordan. Subtle-paws scratch at Ukrainian military personnel. White Phoenix brings your ransomed files back from the ashes...


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episode 1994: VPN compromise causes concerns.


Global Affairs Canada investigates a major data breach. New York sues Citibank over inadequate online security. Alpha ransomware launches a dedicated leak site on the dark web. A leaked database with 50 million records may or may not be real. CISA and the FBI provide guidance for SOHO routers.Patch ‘em if ya got ‘em. Krustyloader exploits Ivanti weaknesses. Unit 42 tracks a large-scale scareware campaign. Alex Stamos calls Microsoft’s security strategies “morally indefensible...


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