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Grid hacking in Ukraine. Cellebrite breached. WhatsApp encryption issue. EyePyramid notes. Sharing SIGINT. IG looks at FBI. Guccifer 2.0 and the ShadowBrokers take their bows.Jan 13, 2017 Listen
Grid hacks and influence operations. Propaganda sauce spread liberally over geese and ganders. Peace sign hacks? Hamas catphishes the IDF.Jan 12, 2017 Listen
Shamoon is back, now with credentials for virtual desktops. Ukraine believes it was hacked again. Ransomware updates. Elections, investigations, and influence operations. The Pokemon threat?Jan 11, 2017 Listen
Witch hunts and yard sales. See relationships, not dox. Rebrandings, mergers, acquisitions, and executive moves. Building anti-witch capabilities.Jan 10, 2017 Listen
Election hacking, influence operations, and official reports. EU hacking concerns. Lawsuit over email's invention. Twitter frowns on unrequited love. Billy Bass, meet Alexa.  Jan 09, 2017 Listen
Spearphishing in industrial espionage. Ransomware gets more widespread, ruthless, and perfidious. The US Intelligence Community assures the Senate that the Russians hacked the DNC.Jan 06, 2017 Listen
Indiscriminate IOCs erode confidence in attributions. Official leaks erode trust in information sharing. Exploit updates.Jan 05, 2017 Listen
Hacktivists claim to perform a public service. Once and Recorded Future ransomware. Attribution controversies. Disturbing toys.Jan 04, 2017 Listen
Attribution issues: one story fizzles; another looks disappointingly circumstantial. Great powers jostle in cyberspace. Hacktivists resurface online. So, alas, do terrorists.Jan 03, 2017 Listen
Best of: Daniel EnnisDec 30, 2016 Listen
Buying Cyber Security - A CyberWire Special EditionDec 30, 2016 Listen
Best of: Tom CoaleDec 29, 2016 Listen
Best of: Tom WingfieldDec 28, 2016 Listen
Best of: Abby Smith RumseyDec 27, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Gunnery hacking. Influence operations and a proportionate response thereto? Yahoo breach post mortems. NIST issues Special Publication 800-184: "Guide for Cybersecurity Event Recovery."Dec 23, 2016 Listen
Daily: ISIS offers Christmas inspiration (and it's got nothing to do with peace or good will). Fancy Bear makes a battlefield appearance. Blogging services under attack.Dec 22, 2016 Listen
Daily: Grid hacking in Ukraine? German terror investigations. Airliner vulnerability dispute. NIST wants post-quantum crypto standards. Project Wycheproof. Wassenaar update.Dec 21, 2016 Listen
Daily: Another Ukrainian power grid outage may have cyber causes. ShadowBrokers may have got Equation Group code from a rogue insider. WordPress brute-forcing. Evading volumetric detection. Methbot ad fraud. Wassenaar remains controversial. Dec 20, 2016 Listen
Daily: ShadowBrokers update. More consequences of the Yahoo! breach. Other sites suffer data compromises. US investigations of, plans for retaliation against, Russian influence operations proceed.Dec 19, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: US Election Assistance Commission hacked. US, Russia, swap hard words over influence operations. Ransomware updates. More on the effects of the Yahoo! breach. Autonomous vehicles approaching.Dec 16, 2016 Listen
Daily: Yahoo's big breach—industry reactions. Spyware circulates in the wild. Investigation of election hacking continues. Hacktivism and "faketivism." The ShadowBrokers are back.Dec 15, 2016 Listen
Daily: Nation-state hacking (and nation-state victims of hacking). Loyalty program breaches, and a new Android Trojan strain.Dec 14, 2016 Listen
Daily: SWIFT issues new fraud warnings. US investigates Russian influence operations. Patch news. Wages of sin are in-game purchases?Dec 13, 2016 Listen
Daily: Stressor, booter shoppers arrested. Small DDoS against Russian banks. Botnets and home routers. Popcorn Time ransomware. US investigates Russian influence operations.Dec 12, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Korean cyber alert amid a presidential impeachment. Germany calls out Fancy Bear for influence ops. Georgia—the Dixie one, not the one in the Caucasus—demands a cyber explanation. Holiday phishing, the enduring DDoS threat, andDec 09, 2016 Listen
Daily: IP theft in Germany. "Sledgehammer" looks like DDoS by Turkish patriotic hacktivists. Floki Bot and Dridex in the wild. Competition for cyber talent in a tight labor market.Dec 08, 2016 Listen
Daily: Ransomware updates. IP camera vulnerabilities. Steganography makes a comeback. Controlling content, with or without Internet autarky. Zo replaces Tay? Dec 07, 2016 Listen
Daily: State-directed cyberattacks in the 2017 forecast. Tenable's Cybersecurity Assurance Report Card. DDoS and ransomware notes. Content filtering in social media. Connected toys too curious.Dec 06, 2016 Listen
Presidential Commission on Cybersecurity offers its recommendations to the next President. Russia says its financial system is under cyber threat. Cybercrime notes, and a scorecard.Dec 05, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Europol and its partners say they've got the head of the Avalanche snake. DDoS and IoT botnet updates. Android vulnerability. New rules for warrants and insider threats.Dec 02, 2016 Listen
Daily: Shamoon and Fancy Bear are back. Mirai never left. San Francisco Muni saved by good backups. New Android Trojan found. Firefox patches threat to Tor anonymity. Surveillance policy, ISIS investigations in Germany. Dec 01, 2016 Listen
Daily: Mirai remains a threat; experts expect more IoT-driven DDoS. ISIS, online radicalization, and terror attacks in the US. Snooper's Charter and its alternatives. Gooligan Android malware.Nov 30, 2016 Listen
Daily: ISIS online sympathizers (but not ISIS itself, which is lying a bit low) claim Ohio State attacker. German security agencies warn of possible Russian disruption of elections. Mirai strikes again. San Francisco's Muni shrugs off ransomware. A look aNov 29, 2016 Listen
Securing a Deal - Cyber Security Venture Capitalists on what they look for. A CyberWire Special Edition.Nov 29, 2016 Listen
Daily: Military, law enforcement cooperation take a toll of ISIS operators. DDoS investigations. Mirai botnet can be rented on the black market. Beware ATM skimmers. Ransomware hits San Francisco light rail. Bogus news of cable show hacking.Nov 28, 2016 Listen
Daily: ISIS shows a slightly different face in cyberspace. BITAG issues advice to the IoT industry. Jackpotting and carding investigated.Nov 23, 2016 Listen
Daily: Banks are vulnerable to more than carding and transfer fraud. Ransomware updates. Lessons for users from the Three Mobile hack. Biometrics (with hedgehog). Election hacking retrospective.Nov 22, 2016 Listen
Daily: More of the customary cybercrime, but with additional warnings of new ransomware vectors. Dodgy apps and holiday shopping. Credential abuse. No pardon for Snowden, for now, anyway.Nov 21, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: US DNI Clapper says Russia "curtailed" election hacking after being named. Three Mobile breached. Android and iOS issues. Good news on ransomware. Start-up rundown. China calls its Internet controls "wisdom."Nov 18, 2016 Listen
Daily: Social media aren't automatically on the right side of history, it seems. More on the Adups backdoor. Holiday shopping cyber-safety and security.Nov 17, 2016 Listen
Daily: An insider threat deadline approaches. Lawful intercept tools from Italy. Carbanak moves to new targets. Security policy in Germany and the US. A guilty plea in the TalkTalk hack.Nov 16, 2016 Listen
Daily: It walks, it talks, it reports to Shanghai. Locky takes a run at US Army Cyber Command. CrySis decrypted. SpamTorte 2.0 is out. Adults should be warned off by "adult."Nov 15, 2016 Listen
Daily: Russian banks suffer IoT botnet DDoS. Fancy Bear's still phishing. Lessons from Tesco fraud. Third-party risk hits Michael Page. Casino Rama data breach. Adult website loses data for 339 million accounts. FTC litigation. Moscow anti-trust case.Nov 14, 2016 Listen
Daily: Yahoo! warns Verizon deal may be at risk. More OPM-themed ransomware phishing. Cyber policy advice for, and speculation about, the next US Administration.Nov 10, 2016 Listen
US elections proceeded undisrupted by hacking. Patch Tuesday review. Banking Trojans, Android trigger-malware, and thermostats gone wild.Nov 09, 2016 Listen
Daily: Election Day cyber updates. Mirai goes to pieces. Five Eyes and Europol take down dark web souks. Turkey and clamps down on their Internet.Nov 08, 2016 Listen
Daily: Election Eve cyber threat roundup. Retail bank Tesco stops online banking after wave of fraud.Nov 07, 2016 Listen
Mirai, "Botnet #14," hits Liberian networks. Anonymous doesn't much care for either jihad or the Man. A new security company forms with acquisition of Cryptzone, Catbird, Easy Solutions, and Brainspace. Election hacking updates.Nov 04, 2016 Listen
Daily: Sources say FBI is confident foreign intelligence services penetrated former Secretary of State's private email server. WikiLeaks says it's not a Russian tool. Notes on industry; notes on cybercrime.Nov 03, 2016 Listen
Daily: To disclose or not to disclose…in public. A look into the dark web. Chrome and Firefox disallow shaky certificates. Anonymous gets an incomplete. The Shadow Brokers are still after the Wealthy Elite.Nov 02, 2016 Listen
Daily: The Shadow Brokers say trick or treat to the Amerikanski. Are free elections like free beer? Google wants faster patching. The state of Mirai.Nov 01, 2016 Listen
Daily: Halloween special: mummies, lycanthropes, vampires, villagers with pitchforks, and virtual stakes through virtual hearts.Oct 31, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Not all experts agree you should resign yourself to being hacked. The state of fraud, 2016. Ransomware and DDoS updates. The Kremlin gets doxed.Oct 28, 2016 Listen
Special Edition: Exploring Cyber Security EducationOct 28, 2016 Listen
Daily: DDoS concerns mount—not just Mirai botnets, but LDAP exploitation. Ukrainian hacktivists release emails they say belong to one of Putin's closest advisors. (Moscow says they're fake. Moscow's on its own.)Oct 27, 2016 Listen
Daily: Youth and cyber make a bad-news-good-news story (it's complicated). Mirai DDoS may be the work of skids. ISIS adjusts its messaging.Oct 26, 2016 Listen
Daily: The Mirai botnet DDoS attack, its consequences and attribution, with commentary from various observers.Oct 25, 2016 Listen
Daily: Recovering from Friday's IoT-botnet driven Internet outages. Industry notes and news of cyber conflict in East Asia and the Middle East. And US-Russian tension in cyberspace remains high.Oct 24, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Bear again, and WikiLeaks (also again). Chinese hackers return, now after infrastructure companies. Debit card hacking epidemic in India.Oct 21, 2016 Listen
Daily: CyberMaryland updates. Great power cyber conflict (and organized cyber crime on the side). Vote hacking, agents of influence, and information operations. IoT botnets continue to romp.Oct 20, 2016 Listen
Daily: Blockchains at a brewery. Ecuador says it cut Assange's Internet connection. US retaliation against Russian cyber ops may aim at embarrassment. Ransomware in London's City.Oct 19, 2016 Listen
Daily: Assange still has asylum, but not so much connectivity. RT's banking woes. US-Russian cyber relations continue to worsen. General (ret.) Cartwright pleads guilty to lying about Stuxnet leaks. Email server controversy gutters on.Oct 18, 2016 Listen
Daily: Pakistan phishes Indian Army. US election hacks continue as the US investigates and mulls its response. New ransomware strains. More IoT botnet infestations. ISIS struggles to explain loss of Dabiq.Oct 17, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Political hacks: email, Twitter, and iCloud. Calls mount for tough US response to Russian cyber operations. Two Android vulnerabilities and one threat revealed. Verizon calls Yahoo! breach "material."Oct 14, 2016 Listen
Daily: Patriotic hacktivism in South Asia? US, Russia cyber stare-down continues. IoT devices exploited as proxies. Cyber sector sees market volatility. Cartels launder money through games.Oct 13, 2016 Listen
Daily: Australia confirms foreign intelligence service hacked Bureau of Meteorology. TV5Monde and its false-flag hack. Trojan hitting SWIFT. Patch Tuesday notes. US-Russian cyber showdown.Oct 12, 2016 Listen
Daily: US attributes DNC hacking to Russian government, promises to protect itself. Russia dismisses attribution as "rubbish." WikiLeaks posts Clinton campaign emails.Oct 11, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Skepticism concerning Guccifer 2.0's claimed hack of the Clinton Foundation. NSA contractor arrest. Mirai botnet exploits. Security fatigue.Oct 07, 2016 Listen
Daily: NSA contract worker arrested with classified material. TalkTalk gets a record data breach fine. Yahoo! surveillance story's still murky. Thoughts from AUSA on cyber innovation and information warfare.Oct 06, 2016 Listen
Daily: Guccifer 2.0 claims (to general skepticism) a Clinton Foundation hack. Information operations versus voting. Yahoo! and surveillance of customers. Insulin pump vulnerability reported.Oct 05, 2016 Listen
Daily: AUSA update. Mirai botnet shows risks of default IoT passwords. US-Russian tensions rise over imposition of costs.Oct 04, 2016 Listen
Daily: Hackers said to "probe" US voting systems. IoT botnet source code released. "DressCode" malware afflicts Android devices. Industry notes. SEC urged to make an example of Yahoo!Oct 03, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Election hacking, journalist hacking, and the rise of TbpS DDoS. More reflections on the Yahoo! breach. Ransomware and other forms of extortion.Sep 30, 2016 Listen
Daily: Yahoo! hackers seem to have been crooks (who sold to other crooks, and to government(s)). Toxic data and credential problems. Election hacking.Sep 29, 2016 Listen
Daily: Alleged Russian hacking & info ops, under investigation by US. IoT botnets continue to exact a DDoS toll. Yahoo! security practices.Sep 28, 2016 Listen
Daily: Yahoo!'s Verizon deal still on. Mac trojan hits aerospace. Facebook poked by German privacy laws.Sep 27, 2016 Listen
Daily: Yahoo! breach fallout, Krebs back online, election hack concerns.Sep 26, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Yahoo! breach, infected torrents, insider threats.Sep 23, 2016 Listen
Daily: Record breaking DDoS, record breaking account info theft.Sep 22, 2016 Listen
Daily: Russian hackers hit German targets. New ransomware. DPRK domains revealed.Sep 21, 2016 Listen
Daily: FBI hunts Russian bears, election hacking, chat bot warnings.Sep 20, 2016 Listen
Daily: New York area bombings, ISIS defacements, Snowden pardon debate.Sep 19, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: VIPs scrub email, cyber war vs cold war, industry news and more.Sep 16, 2016 Listen
Daily: Does Fancy Bear care if it's caught? Retaliation, vulnerabilities, litigation, and more.Sep 15, 2016 Listen
Daily: Pentesting meets the gig economy. Stingrays, machine learning, and more.Sep 14, 2016 Listen
Daily: Lessons from recent incidents. Russia says, it's not us, it's you, and more.Sep 13, 2016 Listen
Daily: Zero-days, industry notes, the Intelligence & National Security Summit, and more.Sep 12, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Malware mines Monero. That sad OPM breach, Crackas cracked, and more.Sep 09, 2016 Listen
Daily: US voting security, cyber M&A action, OPM breach post mortem, Pokémon, and more.Sep 08, 2016 Listen
Daily: Election hacking (again). Also key sharing risks, and more.Sep 07, 2016 Listen
Daily: Slap leather, Vlad. If cyberspace is the "Wild West," here's the best showdown since Blazing Saddles, and more.Sep 06, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Election hacking, OS X patched, cyber saber-rattling, finding security talent, and more.Sep 02, 2016 Listen
Daily: Russia's cyber long game, SWIFT fraud, hack physics (not metaphors), and more.Sep 01, 2016 Listen
Daily: The compleat hacker: wading pool, laptop, MiG 21; no hoodie, no problem, and more.Aug 31, 2016 Listen
Special Edition: Fundraising and Cyber StartupsAug 31, 2016 Listen
Daily: Bug hunters turn shorts. Cyber frame-ups, election fraud, spearphishing, whalephishing, and more.Aug 30, 2016 Listen
Daily: Bug bounty? Nah, just short the stock. Pegasus, cyber arms control, and more.Aug 29, 2016 Listen
Daily & Week in Review: Sorry, kids, it's back-to-school. What you should know, fellow youths, and more.Aug 26, 2016 Listen
Daily: Info ops drive hacks. Cryptowar resurgence in Europe, and more.Aug 25, 2016 Listen
Daily: "It walks, it talks, it reports back to Moscow. (Other news, too, gamers.)Aug 24, 2016 Listen