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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear that Adobe has patched a Flash vulnerability. InvisiMole is a discrete, selective cyber espionage tool. A Facebook glitch inadvertently changed users' default privacy settings. Leidos exits the commercial cyber market. China is back at IP theft, and some conventional cyber espionage, too. Congress wants explanations of data-sharing with Huawei and ZTE, and it wants those companies investigated as security risks. Feds Facebook friend felons. Rick Howard from Palo Alto Networks with the winners from this year’s Cyber Security Canon gala. Guest is Corey Petty from BAH, host of the BitCoin podcast, discussing blockchain.

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