The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today’s podcast, we hear that Australia is investigating an attempted hack of its Federal Parliament. The US Department of Homeland Security warns that spies are working through third parties to get to their targets. Spyware is bundled in a legitimate privacy app. Credit unions get spearphished. Mr. Bezos says, “No thanks, Mr. Pecker.” Apple will pay a FaceTime bug bounty. Microsoft says don’t use IE as a browser. And what they found in that seal scat. Justin Harvey from Accenture on credential stuffing. Guest is Sandi Roddy from Johns Hopkins APL on secure key management.

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