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The CyberWire Daily Podcast 3.18.16

More on Buhtrap and its sophisticated spearphishing of Russian banks. There are more reasons (as if they were needed) not to jailbreak your iPhones and iPads. Also, stay away from "adult" apps on your Android. And we hear from the University of Maryland's Ben Yelin, who brings us up to date on the lingering fallout of the Snowden leaks.

In today's Daily Podcast we listen to more news on Russian cyber gangs' online bank heists. Stagefright and Rowhammer raise fresh worries. AceDeceiver, for now, threatens mostly the dopey and the reckless, but that could change over the next few months. Did Anonymous jump its April 1 gun in entering US Presidential politics?

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