KRACK attacks. Iran's growing capability in cyberspace. Swedish and Polish targets probed by state-directed cyber ops. QR code security issues. Russia to introduce official cryptocurrency.
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In today's podcast, we hear about how KRACK attacks get past secure wi-fi protocols. Probes and distributed denial-of-service incidents in Poland and Sweden have the look of state operations. East Asian threat actors moving on from cyber espionage to supply chain attacks. Iran blamed for June's hack of UK Parliamentary email. QR codes may pose security issues. Do FSB social media trolls really train against US targets by watching House of Cards? Johannes Ullrich from SANS Technology Institute and the ISC Stormcast podcast on scammers taking advantage of disaster. And can the CryptoRuble really complete with VopperCoin? Investors want to know.
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