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ep201 Monkey Trial!
This week’s episode is Leland and Mitch’s official episode 200. So listen in as Wes, Chris and Ben discuss the fact that they’re both missing. They talk about monkey murder gangs, Luke Perry and Kenny Chesney’s sex appeal and of course Chris’ Bangladesh story again. So crawl into those safe space and grab your monkey...
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ExileRAT versus Tibet. SpeakUp backdoors Linux. Facebook bans Myanmar militias. Norway sees a threat in Huawei. Westminster gets hacked? Bangladesh Bank sues over SWIFT caper.
In today’s podcast, we hear that ExileRAT is targeting Tibet’s government-in-exile. The SpeakUp backdoor afflicts many varieties of Linux systems. Facebook bans ethnic militias in Myanmar from its platform. Norway’s PST intelligence service says that Huawei constitutes a security risk, and China says that’s nonsense. Someone seems to be hacking contact lists belonging to UK Members of Parliament. Bangladesh Bank is suing to recover the $81 million missing from its 2016 SWIFT heist. Joe Carrigan from JHU ISI on Facebook’s password flexibility on mobile devices. Guest is Joseph Williamson from EclecticIQ on cyber espionage and nation state threats. For links to all of today's stories check our our CyberWire daily news brief: https://thecyberwire.com/issues/issues2019/February/CyberWire_2019_02_05.html Support our show
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Flying stop: Boeing
Following a second fatal crash of Boeing’s 737-MAX, China was quick to ground its fleet of the newish airliner. What does this mean for the world’s largest planemaker? In Russia, protests have broken out against President Vladimir Putin’s attempt to isolate and control the country’s internet. His bid to regain Russians’ full attention may come too late. And, we look at why so many women are getting divorced in Bangladesh. Additional audio from Anton Scherbakov
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