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Tracking Pegasus. OilRig spearphishing. IP theft from universities. Peekaboo bug in surveillance cameras. WannaMine won't be EternalBlue's last ride. Preventing data abuse.
In today's podcast, we hear about a Citizen Lab report on the global use of Pegasus lawful intercept tools. OilRig seems to be spearphishing in Bahrain. University IP theft by Iran seems widespread, but it also doesn't look very lucrative. Peekaboo vulnerability affects security cameras. WannaMine is the latest campaign to exploit the stubborn EternalBlue vulnerability. Data firms work toward guidelines to prevent political data abuse. David Dufour from Webroot with a primer on quantum computing. Guest is Sam Bisbee from Threat Stack on public cloud breaches. For links to all of today's stories check our our CyberWire daily news brief: https://thecyberwire.com/issues/issues2018/September/CyberWire_2018_09_18.html
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Brendan Walsh Interview - January 19, 2019
Brendan Walsh talks about his LeComte contender Plus Que Parfait and Mexican trainer Fausto Gutierrez looks ahead to next weekend's Pegasus World Cup with his Triple Crown winner Kukulkan
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Rotexy Trojan gets worse. Bad apps in Google Play. Backdoor for crypto-wallets. Facebook goes before Parliament. Pegasus spyware versus journalists. Russian hybrid war. Too-smart devices.
In today’s podcast we hear that the Rotexy Trojan has evolved into phishing and ransomware. Bad apps found in Google Play. An open source library used in cryptocurrency wallets had a wide-open backdoor. Facebook goes before Parliament, which seems in a pretty feisty mood. Pegasus spyware found to have been deployed against journalists in Mexico and elsewhere. Russia escalates its hybrid war against Ukraine. Do people care if their smart speakers eavesdrop? How about their smart lightbulbs? Johannes Ullrich from SANs and the ISC Stormcast podcast on DNS over HTTPS and network visibility. Guest is Shaun Bierweiler from Hortonworks on the use of open source software in the federal space. For links to all of today's stories check our our CyberWire daily news brief: https://thecyberwire.com/issues/issues2018/November/CyberWire_2018_11_27.html Support our show