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episode 1960: Sleeper malware denied at Sellafield nuclear site.


The UK Government's denial of a cyber incident at Sellafield. There’s been a surge in Iranian cyberattacks on US infrastructure. Misuse of Apple's lockdown mode, the mysterious AeroBlade's activities in aerospace, and a clever "Disney+" scam. Plus The latest application security trends, and a new cybersecurity futures study...


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 December 5, 2023  23m
 
 

episode 1961: Push notifications pushing surveillance.


Governments target push notification metadata. Dissecting the latest GRU cyber activities. A look at  Russia's AI-powered Doppelgänger influence campaigns, and how cyber warfare is evolving beyond the battlefield. We've got updates on the Adobe ColdFusion vulnerability, the expanding 23andMe data breach, and insights into the financial impacts of ransomware...


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 December 6, 2023  25m
 
 

episode 1962: New vulnerability packs a punch.


Unpacking LogoFAIL's threat to Windows and Linux. The US DHS's new healthcare cybersecurity strategy, and dual Russian influence campaigns. A look at supply chain risks, increased bot activity in retail, Meta's end-to-end encryption in Messenger and Android's Autospill vulnerability. On today’s Industry Voices segment, we welcome Todd Thorsen, CISO from CrashPlan, with insights on data resiliency. And the discovery of an alleged software 'kill switch' in Polish trains...


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 December 7, 2023  34m
 
 

episode 1963: Russia here, Russia there, Russia everywhere.


Legal action against Star Blizzard's FSB operators. A critical Bluetooth vulnerability has been discovered. How the GRU faked celebrity videos in its Doppelgänger campaign. The persistence of Log4j vulnerabilities. Lack of encryption as a contributor to data loss. Supply chain breaches plague the energy sector. Our guest is Allan Liska, creator of a new comic book featuring the adventures of Johnny Dollar, a hard-nosed cyber insurance investigator...


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 December 8, 2023  32m
 
 

episode 1964: China sets sights on US critical infrastructure.


China allegedly targets US critical infrastructure, while a small Irish village goes without water due to an Iranian CyberAv3ngers attack. The EU sets a global precedent with new AI regulations. Unraveling the latest maneuvers of the Lazarus Group. The Sandman APT's links to Chinese cyber threats. "5Ghoul" vulnerabilities represent  a new challenge in telecom security. The deceptive dangers of the MrAnon infostealer in a booking app...


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 December 11, 2023  36m
 
 

episode 1965: An internet blackout.


A cyberattack on Ukraine's largest telecom operator. Ukraine's GUR claims a hit on Russia's tax service, while the fate of the ALPHV/BlackCat group remains shrouded in mystery. The Air Force disciplines members over a classified documents breach, and Apple releases urgent security updates. From Spain, a significant arrest in the Kelvin Security hacking group...


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 December 12, 2023  32m
 
 

episode 1966: The United Kingdom's catastrophic ransomware attack.


The UK faces a looming threat of a catastrophic ransomware attack. The Senate confirms a new National Cyber Director. The rivalry between malware groups BatLoader and FakeBat. BazarCall phishing attack and its unusual use of Google Forms. A serious vulnerability threatens K-12 student data. Spiderman game developer Insomniac Games becomes the latest ransomware victim...


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 December 13, 2023  30m
 
 

episode 1967: Taking down the storm.


Microsoft takes down the Storm-1152 cybercrime operation. “GambleForce” is a newly discovered threat actor.  The SVR exploits a JetBrains TeamCity vulnerability. US Postal Service impersonation. Malicious ads associated with Zoom. An update on the cyberattack against Kyivstar. Apache issues a Struts 2 security advisory. The FCC adopts new data breach rules...


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 December 14, 2023  30m
 
 

episode 1968: Remapping privacy.


Google boosts Maps privacy, a court shields password disclosure, feds foil a massive scam operation, Iran-Israel cyber tensions escalate, Idaho National Labs reports a significant data breach, a security engineer's cybercrime confession.  N2K’s Rick Howard reports from the recent MITRE ATT&CK con, speaking with Blake Strom of Microsoft about 10 years of the MITRE ATT&CK Framework. And Brian Krebs' relentless investigation into the Target breach...


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 December 15, 2023  30m
 
 

episode 1969: 14 million customers and stolen data.


A US mortgage company reveals major data breach. Updates from CISA. NSA provides guidance on SBOMs. MongoDB warns customers of a breach. BlackCat/ALPHV is still a market leader, but feeling competitive pressure. Reassessing the effects of Log4shell. The International Committee of the Red Cross calls for restraint in cyber warfare. Ransomware hits a cancer center...


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 December 18, 2023  29m