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episode 2003: Phishing threats unleashed.


Attackers lock up Azure accounts with MFA. Bank of America alerts customers to a third party data breach. Malicious cyber activity targets elections worldwide. CISA highlights a vulnerability in Roundcube Webmail. Lawmakers introduce a bipartisan bill to enhance healthcare cybersecurity. Siemens and Schneider Electric address multiple industrial vulnerabilities. Perception in tech gender parity still has a ways to go...


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episode 2004: It’s always DNS, but that may just be FUD.


It’s always DNS, but that may just be FUD. The DoD notifies victims of a cloud email server leak. New Jersey cops sue online data brokers. Crooks use WiFi jammers to thwart security systems. A copyright case against OpenAI is partially dismissed. Patch Tuesday includes two actively exploited zero days. CharmingCypress gathers political intelligence...


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episode 2005: An AI arms race.


Microsoft highlights adversaries experiments with AI LLMs. A misconfiguration exposes a decades worth of emails. SentinelOne describes Kryptina ransomware as a service. The European Court of Human Rights rules against backdoors. Senator Wyden calls out a location data broker. GoldFactory steals facial scans to bypass bank security. The Glow fertility app exposes the data of twenty five million users. Qakbot returns. Our Guest Rob Boyce from Accenture talks about tailored extortion...


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episode 2006: FBI initiates router revolution.


The FBI kicks Moobot out of small business routers. Sensitive data has been stolen from a state government network. AMC proposes a multi-million-dollar settlement after improperly sharing subscriber’s viewing habits. The U.S. targets an Iranian military ship in the Red Sea with a cyberattack. Lawmakers propose transparency in the use of algorithms in criminal trials. CERT-EU highlights a spear phishing spike. An infamous Zeus and IcedID operator pleads guilty. Our guests are Dr...


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episode 2007: The reign of digital terror ends.


Operation Cronos leaves LockBit operations on borrowed time. An alleged leak reveals internal operations from the Chinese Ministry of Public Security. An Israeli airline thwarts communications hijacking attempts. The alleged Raccoon Infostealer operator has been extradited to the US. ConnectWise patches critical vulnerabilities. Schneider Electric confirms a Cactus ransomware attack. Alleged Maryland money launderers face indictments. Russian hackers target media outlets in Ukraine...


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episode 2008: Anchoring security for US ports.


President Biden to sign EO to bolster maritime port security. Apple announces post-quantum encryption for iMessage. Malwarebytes examines the i-Soon data leak. Law enforcement airs LockBit’s dirty laundry. Varonis highlights vulnerabilities affecting Salesforce platforms. An appeals court overturns a $1 billion piracy verdict. NSA’s Rob Joyce announces his retirement. Anne Neuberger chats with WIRED.  A leading staffing firm finds its data for sale on the dark web...


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episode 2009: AT&T outage leaves major cities offline.


AT&T experiences a major outage. The LockBit takedown continues. An updated Doppelgänger is spreading misinformation. A roundup of critical infrastructure initiatives. Toshiba and Orange make a quantum leap. An eyecare provider hack comes into focus. A phony iphone repair scheme leads to convictions. In our Learning Layer segment, Sam Meisenberg shares the latest learning science research. And we are shocked - shocked! - to discover that phone chargers can be used to attack our devices...


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episode 2010: Crackdown on privacy leads to a multi-million dollar fine.


The FTC fines Avast over privacy violations. ConnectWise's ScreenConnect is under active exploitation. AT&T restores services nationwide. An Australian telecom provider suffers a data breach. EU Member States publish a cybersecurity and resilience report. Microsoft unleashes a PyRIT. A new infostealer targets the oil and gas sector. A cyberattack cripples a major US healthcare provider...


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