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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast we hear that Rubella hits the shelves of the criminal black market—it's the crimeware kit, not the German measles. Necurs gets shifty by going retro. iPhone unlocking specialists endure an apparently minor breach. The sad story of structural extremism on the Internet. Finland says the Russians are coming there, too. Snooper's Charter setback. Proposed bill would make it easier for DHS to clean US Federal networks. Crypto Wars modus vivendi said to be just key escrow. Dr. Charles Clancy from VA Tech Hume Center on the 5G mobile network rollout. Guest is Merike Kaeo from Farsight Security, discussing DNS data as an early warning system for cyber threats.

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