The CyberWire Daily Podcast 6.8.23
Ep 1840 | 6.8.23

ChatGPT continues to become more human, this time through hallucinations. Following Cl0p. Instagram works against CSAM. And data protection advice from an expert in attacking it.

Show Notes

ChatGPT takes an unexpectedly human turn in having its own version of hallucinations. Updates on Cl0p’s ransom note, background, and recent promises. Researchers look at Instagram’s role in promoting CSAM. A look at KillNet's reboot. Andrea Little Limbago from Interos shares insight on cyber’s human element. Our guest is Aleksandr Yampolskiy from SecurityScorecard on how CISOs can effectively communicate cyber risk to their board. And a hacktivist auxiliary’s stellar advice for protecting your data.

Selected reading.

Can you trust ChatGPT’s package recommendations? (Vulcan)

Ransomware group Clop issues extortion notice to ‘hundreds’ of victims (The Record)

MOVEit cyber attack: Cl0p sparks speculation that it’s lost control of hack (ITpro)

Responding to the Critical MOVEit Transfer Vulnerability (CVE-2023-34362) (Kroll)

MOVEit Transfer Critical Vulnerability (May 2023) (Progress)

Cybergang behind N.S. breach says it erased stolen data, but experts urge caution (CBC Canada)

Most SMBs admit to paying ransomware demands - here's why (TechRadar)

Instagram Connects Vast Pedophile Network (Wall Street Journal)

Addressing the distribution of illicit sexual content by minors online (Stanford University)

Rebooting Killnet, a New World Order and the End of the Tesla Botnet (Radware)