DPRK returns to bank robbery. Ransomware updates. Patches from Oracle, Lenovo, BlackBerry. Criminal coin miners.
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In today's podcast we hear that the Lazarus Group is back at it with SWIFT. Maniber ransomware hits South Korea. Researchers cast the first KRACK-related stone at IEEE. Oracle, BlackBerry, and Lenovo patch. A study finds criminals turning to cryptominers. Awais Rashid from Lancaster University on securing critical infrastructure. Aaron Higbee, CTO of PhishMe, on the human factors in phishing. And one cryptominer seems to be tugging on Superman's cape—OPSEC isn't their strong suit, to say the least.
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