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Mini Episode 1
Today I bring you all some small updates from Episode 2 (without Mother in this episode) Contact us: Email: Talkingmurderwithmymother@gmail.com Facebook: search for - Talking Murder with My Mother Podcast Instagram: talkingmurderwithmymother Twitter: @MurderTalking Hosted by Sonia Aliaga and Maggie Aliaga Edited by Andre Rivas PLEASE RATE AND REVIEW. THANKS FOR LISTENING!
Aired 10 months ago 57:10
Episode 2: Side Stories Of Murder From The Newspapers
Today I bring to Mother some small tales of murder and mayhem from the newspapers of old. When researching older murders I tend to come across some interesting little stories of murder that would never take up a full episode so why not put them all together and give you all episodes of some mini murder stories. Contact us: Email: Talkingmurderwithmymother@gmail.com Facebook: search for - Talking Murder with My Mother Podcast Instagram: talkingmurderwithmymother Twitter: @MurderTalking Hosted by Sonia Aliaga and Maggie Aliaga Edited by Andre Rivas PLEASE RATE AND REVIEW. THANKS FOR LISTENING!
Aired 1 year ago 23:57
Chinese supply-chain hack story gets vanishingly thin. Twitter downs pro-Saudi bots. SEO poisoning. OceanLotus evolves. Ransomware notes.
In today's podcast, we hear thatÂ no one butÂ Bloomberg seems to retain much faith in Bloomberg's story about Chinese supply-chain seeding attacks. Twitter blocks bots retailing coordinated Saudi talking points about the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Latvia says it blocked attempts to interfere with its October elections. SEO poisoning exploits interest in key words associated with US midterms.Â OceanLotusÂ shows some new trick. A Connecticut town pays ransom. Ransomware hoods take pity on a grieving father.Â We speak with our Johannes Ullrich from the SANS Institute who discusses DNSSEC root key rollover and Mike Horning from VirginiaÂ Tech, shares the results of a study on the implications of regulating social media. For links to all of today's stories, visitÂ https://thecyberwire.com/issues/issues2018/October/CyberWire_2018_10_19.html