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More signal, less noise—we distill the day’s critical cyber security news into a concise daily podcast. Building upon our popular Daily Briefing, our daily podcast includes interviews with a wide spectrum of experts from industry, academia, and research organizations all over the world. We publish each weekday afternoon (in time for US East Coast drive-time.)

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Episode 826 — 4.22.19
Sri Lanka’s social media clamp-down, and investigation of Easter massacres. CIA said to have details on Huawei’s relationship with China’s security services. Marcus Hutchins pleads guilty.
Episode 825 — 4.19.19
Observations on the Mueller Report. Doxing Iranian intelligence. Insecure messaging. Old Excel macros. Wipro hack and gift cards.
Episode 824 — 4.18.19
Mueller Report is out. Sea Turtle DNS-manipulation campaign. Over-privileged and under-honest apps kicked out of Google Play. Facebook has another privacy incident. Fraud and destruction.
Episode 823 — 4.17.19
Spearphishing from “Luhansk.” Pro-Assange hacktivism. Another undercover private eye? Pirated Game of Thrones episodes carry malware.
Episode 822 — 4.16.19
Fraud will follow fire, alas. Wipro compromise. DDoS in Ecuador. Brazil’s hacker underground. Selling a keylogger. Facebook and data. EU copyright law. Huawei’s prospects. Fact-checkin’, fer real.
Episode 821 — 4.15.19
ISIS inspiration in exile. Facebook’s Sunday outage. A Microsoft IE bug, and a web-mail breach. Issues with VPNs. Last minute tax scams. Oculus Easter eggs.
Episode 820 — 4.12.19
Mr. Assange’s courthouse future(s). Dragonblood Wi-Fi vulnerabilities. Tax fraud and identity theft dark web souks.
Episode 819 — 4.11.19
Julian Assange is out of the embassy and in custody. Pyongyang’s HOPLIGHT. Operations SneakyPastes. Incident response planning blues. High school jam.
Episode 818 — 4.10.19
The Triton actor seems to be back. Project TajMahal is after diplomatic secrets. California’s motor-voter program and a DMV hack.
Episode 817 — 4.9.19
GossipGirl, the supra threat actor. LockerGoga’s destructive functionality. More hacking allegations out of Caracas. Revolutionary Guard now a designated terrorist group. Creepy crime.
Episode 816 — 4.8.19
US DHS Secretary Nielsen resigns. Credential stuffing campaigns. Cryptojacking disrupts a business. A duty of care, online. Tax season scams.
Episode 815 — 4.5.19
Crooks use Facebook, too. Congress asks FEMA for an explanation. Card skimmers in Mexico.
Episode 814 — 4.4.19
Keeping Winnti out of the goods while keeping an eye on them. GlitchPOS malware. What do apps want? Third-party Facebook data exposure. Digital hygiene. A scareware scam.
Episode 813 — 4.3.19
For OceanLotus, a picture is worth a thousand words (or at least a few lines of loader code). Georgia Tech breached. Mounties raid offices associated with Orcus RAT.
Episode 812 — 4.2.19
Ransomware deletes dupes. Exodus scandal grows in Italy. Election reports from Ukraine and Israel.
Episode 811 — 4.1.19
Patch Magento soon. Toyota hacked again. Exodus spyware hits app stores. Moscow seeks to corral VPN providers. Facebook wants regulation. Swatting sentence. Phishing tackle in Nigeria.
Episode 810 — 3.29.19
Russian information operations, and lessons on election security from the Near Abroad. Magneto proof-of-concept exploit. Huawei, security, and bugs. Training AI. Labor market news.
Episode 809 — 3.28.19
Gustuff is out and after Android devices. Microsoft takes down Phosphorus. Elfin is working for Tehran. Russian cyber troops come to help Venezuela’s Chavistas. Guilty plea expected in Martin case.
Episode 808 — 3.27.19
State cyber-espionage. Influence operations and coordinated inauthenticity. Add Lucky Elephant to the menagerie. ASUS supply chain updates. Notes on Norsk Hydro’s recovery. Reactions to the Mueller Report.
Episode 807 — 3.26.19
More on ASUS supply chain backdoor. FEMA data mishandling. LockerGoga ransomware. Mueller report responses.