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In this extended interview, CyberWire Daily Podcast host Dave Bittner sits down with members of the FBI's Baltimore field office: Special Agent in Charge, Tom Sobocinski, and Supervisory Special Agent for Cyber, Tom Breeden. As part of the FBI's cybersecurity awareness campaign, they discuss what the FBI can do to enhance and amplify cyber efforts in ways unlike any other public or private organization. This interview from August 30, 2022 originally aired as a shortened version on the CyberWire Daily Podcast.
In this extended interview, CyberWire Daily Podcast host Dave Bittner sits down with Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Director Jen Easterly to discuss her time at CISA and the work of her team. This interview from July 15, 2022 originally aired as a shortened version on the CyberWire Daily Podcast.
At the Hack the Port 2022 event, the CyberWire held a CyberWire Live event. CyberWire Daily Podcast host Dave Bittner was joined by Roya Gordon, OT/IoT Security Research Evangelist at Nozomi Networks, and Christian Lees, CTO at Resecurity. During this fireside chat format session, Dave and our guests discussed ICS, OT cybersecurity, the role of security research and demos, supply chain compromise, and IT/OT security trends among other things. Thanks to the team at MISI/DreamPort for this opportunity.
In this “Rick the Toolman” episode, Rick interviews Steve Winterfeld, from Akamai, on the current state and future of the Mitre ATT&CK Framework. For a complete reading list and even more information, check out Rick’s more detailed essay on the topic.
The IT Army of Ukraine claims responsibility for DDoS against a Russian bank. North Korea exploits an Internet Explorer vulnerability. A new variant of Babuk ransomware has been reported. Blind spots in air-gapped networks. Rob Boyce from Accenture has insights on the most recent ransomware trends. Our guest is Nathan Howe from Zscaler with the latest on Zero Trust. And the hacking of cats and dogs. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/234 Selected reading. IT Army of Ukraine Hit Russian Banking Giant with Crippling DDoS Attack (HackRead)  Internet Explorer 0-day exploited by North Korean actor APT37 (Google) Morphisec Discovers Brand New Babuk Ransomware Variant in Major Attack (PRWeb) Bypassing air-gapped networks via DNS (Pentera)  What to Know About an Unlikely Vector for Cyber Threats: Household Pets (Insurance Journal)
A Chinese cyberespionage campaign is believed to be active in the Middle East. Poor quality control turns ransomware into a wiper, and a typo crashes a cryptojacker. A large DDoS attack is reported to have hit a Russian state-owned bank. Privateers compromise Western infrastructure to stage cyberattacks. Cyber operations against national morale. A look at the Vice Society. Ben Yelin on the growing concerns over TicTok. Ann Johnson from Afternoon Cyber Tea speaks with Charles Blauner about the evolution of the CISO role. And CISA has added an entry to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/232 Selected reading. BackdoorDiplomacy Wields New Tools in Fresh Middle East Campaign (Bitdefender Labs)  The Story of a Ransomware Turning into an Accidental Wiper | FortiGuard Labs (Fortinet Blog)  Syntax errors are the doom of us all, including botnet authors (Ars Technica)  Russia's No. 2 bank VTB suffers largest DDoS in history (Computing)  Russia compromises major UK and US organisations to attack Ukraine (Lupovis)  Russia’s online attacks target Ukrainians’ feelings (POLITICO)  Vice Society: Profiling a Persistent Threat to the Education Sector (Unit 42) CISA Adds One Known Exploited Vulnerability to Catalog (CISA)
Wiper malware hits Russian targets. Microsoft sees an intensification of Russian cyber operations against Ukraine. State policy, privateering, or an APT side-hustle? The US Cyber Safety Review Board will investigate the Lapsu$ Group. Rackspace works to remediate a security incident. The Schoolyard Bully Trojan harvests credentials. Grayson Milbourne of OpenText Security Solutions on attacks on common open source dev libraries. Rick Howard looks at CISO career paths. And trends in ransomware: cybercrime succeeds when the gang runs like a business. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/231 Selected reading. CryWiper: fake ransomware (Kaspersky). CryWiper data wiper targets Russian courts and mayors' offices (Computing) Never-before-seen malware is nuking data in Russia’s courts and mayors’ offices (Ars Technica) Russian regions attacked by new wiper posing as ransomware (Cybernews) Preparing for a Russian cyber offensive against Ukraine this winter (Microsoft On the Issues) Russia coordinating Ukraine hacks with missiles, could increasingly target European allies, Microsoft warns (POLITICO) Russia Is Boosting Its Cyber Attacks on Ukraine, Allies, Microsoft Says (Bloomberg.com)  Hackers linked to Chinese government stole millions in Covid benefits (NBC News) Cyber Safety Review Board to Conduct Second Review on Lapsus$ (US Department of Homeland Security) Rackspace: Ongoing Exchange outage caused by security incident (BleepingComputer)  Schoolyard Bully Trojan Facebook Credential Stealer (Zimperium) The Professionalization of Ransomware: How Gangs Are Becoming Like Businesses (LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Inc.)
Cuba ransomware pulls in $60 million. CISA releases three ICS advisories. DDoSing the Vatican. Andrea Little Limbago from Interos on the implications of Albania cutting off diplomatic ties with Iran. Our space correspondent Maria Varmazis speaks with Brandon Bailey about Space Attack Research and Tactic Analysis matrix. And how Google supports Ukrainian startups in wartime. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/230 Selected reading. Alert (AA22-335A) #StopRansomware: Cuba Ransomware (CISA) Novel News on Cuba Ransomware: Greetings From Tropical Scorpius (Palo Alto Networks Unit 42) New ways we're supporting Ukraine (Google) 25 new startup recipients of the Ukraine Support Fund (Google) Vatican shuts down its website amid hacking attempts (Cybernews)
A new backdoor, courtesy of the DPRK. The Medibank breach is all over but the shouting (or, all over but the suing and the arresting). Risks and opportunities in telecom’s shift to cloud. Cyber risk in healthcare. An assessment of Russian cyber warfare. Robert M. Lee from Dragos assesses the growing value of the ICS security market. Our guest is Cecilia Seiden of TransUnion to discuss their 2022 Consumer Holiday Shopping Report. And it’s December, which means…predictions. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/229 Selected reading. Who’s swimming in South Korean waters? Meet ScarCruft’s Dolphin (ESET) Medibank hackers announce ‘case closed’ and dump huge data file on dark web (the Guardian)  New details on commercial spyware vendor Variston (Google) Risks and opportunities in telecom’s shift to cloud. (CyberWire) Moody’s discusses cyber risk in healthcare. (CyberWire) 'Do something:' Ukraine works to heal soldiers' mental scars (AP NEWS) Reformed Russian Cybercriminal Warns That Hatred Spreads Hacktivism (Wall Street Journal) Cybersecurity predictions for 2023. (CyberWire)
Has LockBit 3.0 been reverse engineered? A COVID lure contains a Punisher hook. A Chinese cyberespionage campaign uses compromised USB drives. Lilac Wolverine exploits personal connections for BEC. Killnet claims to have counted coup against the White House. Tim Starks from the Washington Post has the FCC’s Huawei restrictions and ponders what congress might get done before the year end. Our guest is Tom Eston from Bishop Fox with a look Inside the Minds & Methods of Modern Adversaries. And, of course, scams, hacks, and other badness surrounding the World Cup. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/228 Selected reading. LockBit 3.0 ‘Black’ attacks and leaks reveal wormable capabilities and tooling (Sophos News) Punisher Ransomware Spreading Through Fake COVID Site (Cyble) Always Another Secret: Lifting the Haze on China-nexus Espionage in Southeast Asia (Mandiant) BEC Group Compromises Personal Accounts and Pulls Heartstrings to Launch Mass Gift Card Attacks (Abnormal Security) Killnet Claims Attacks Against Starlink, Whitehouse.gov, and United Kingdom Websites (Trustwave) Scammers on the pitch: Group-IB identifies online threats to fans at FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (Group-IB)
DDoS as a holiday-season threat to e-commerce. A TikTok challenge spreads malware. Meta's GDPR fine. Mr. Security Answer Person John Pescatore has thoughts on phishing resistant MFA. Joe Carrigan describes Intel’s latest efforts to thwart deepfakes. And US Cyber Command describes support for Ukraine's cyber defense. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/227 Selected reading. Holiday DDoS Cyberattacks Can Hurt E-Commerce, Lack Legal Remedy (Bloomberg Law) TikTok ‘Invisible Body’ challenge exploited to push malware (BleepingComputer)  $275M Fine for Meta After Facebook Data Scrape (Dark Reading)  Before the Invasion: Hunt Forward Operations in Ukraine (U.S. Cyber Command)
Another pentesting tool may soon be abused by threat actors. Cyberattack disrupts Guadeloupe. Ducktail evolves and expands. Warning of the potential disruption cyberattacks might work against European ports. CISA releases eight industrial control system advisories. Patrick Tiquet, VP of Security and Architecture at Keeper Security, talks about the FedRAMP authorization process. Bryan Vorndran of the FBI Cyber Division with reflections on ransomware. And stay safe on Black Friday (and Cyber Monday, and Panic Saturday, and…you get the picture. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/225 Selected reading. Nighthawk: An Up-and-Coming Pentest Tool Likely to Gain Threat Actor Notice (Proofpoint) Making Cobalt Strike harder for threat actors to abuse (Google Cloud Blog) Guadeloupe government fights 'large-scale' cyberattack (AP NEWS) Vietnam-Based Ducktail Cybercrime Operation Evolving, Expanding (SecurityWeek) Cyber as important as missile defences - ex-NATO general (Reuters) CISA Releases Eight Industrial Control Systems Advisories (CISA)  Black Friday and Cyber Monday risks. (CyberWire)
Daixin Team claims ransomware attack against AirAsia. DraftKings users suffer credential harvesting and paycard theft. Assessing cyber risk in the US pharmaceutical industry. Killnet claims successes few others can discern. In Ukraine, kinetic attacks on IT infrastructure eclipse cyberattacks. Carole Theriault on digital echo chambers and what's in it for us. Nancy Wang from Forta's Alert Logic discusses how she is helping more young women get into the STEM field and leadership positions. Google seeks to render Cobalt Strike less useful to threat actors. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/224 Selected reading. Daixin Team claims AirAsia ransomware attack with five million customer records leaked (Tech Monitor) Daixin Ransomware Gang Steals 5 Million AirAsia Passengers' and Employees' Data (The Hacker News) DraftKings Users Hacked, Money In Account "Cashed Out" (Action Network) DraftKings says no evidence systems were breached following report of a hack (CNBC) Assessing cyber risk in the US pharmaceutical industry. (CyberWire) Killnet DDoS hacktivists target Royal Family and others (ComputerWeekly.com)  Ukraine Data Centers Became Physical Targets When Cyber Attacks Failed (Meritalk) Making Cobalt Strike harder for threat actors to abuse (Google Cloud Blog) Google seeks to make Cobalt Strike useless to attackers (Help Net Security)  Google Releases YARA Rules to Disrupt Cobalt Strike Abuse (Dark Reading) Google releases 165 YARA rules to detect Cobalt Strike attacks (BleepingComputer)
Luna Moth's callback phishing offers an unpleasant and less familiar form of social engineering. New activity by China's Mustang Panda is reported. DEV0569 is using malvertising to distribute Royal ransomware. US indicts 10 in a business email compromise case. Developing a cyber auxiliary. Dave Bittner sits down with AJ Nash from ZeroFox to discuss holiday scams. Our own Rick Howard speaks with us about cloud security. And beware of Black Friday scams. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/223 Selected reading. Threat Assessment: Luna Moth Callback Phishing Campaign (Unit 42)  DEV-0569 finds new ways to deliver Royal ransomware, various payloads (Microsoft Security)  Earth Preta Spear-Phishing Governments Worldwide (Trend Micro)  EXCLUSIVE: Rounding up a cyber posse for Ukraine (The Record by Recorded Future)  Tech for good: How the IT industry is helping Ukraine (Computing)  10 Charged in Business Email Compromise and Money Laundering Schemes Targeting Medicare, Medicaid, and Other Victims (US Department of Justice)  Black Friday and Cyber Monday risks. (CyberWire)
CISA and its partners issue a Joint Advisory on the Hive ransomware-as-a-service operation. Ransomware continues to trouble governments, internationally and at all levels. The US Defense Department may see enhanced authority to conduct offensive cyber operations. Russian attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure remain kinetic, as missiles show up, but cyberattacks don’t. Kevin Magee from Microsoft about leveraging cybersecurity apprentices. Our guest is Paul Giorgi from XM Cyber describing creative attack path in enterprise networks.And, hey, glupost’ [GLUE-post]–don’t mess with Google’s lawyers. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/222 Selected reading. CISA Alert AA22-321A – #StopRansomware: Hive Ransomware. (CyberWire) #StopRansomware: Hive Ransomware (CISA) Vanuatu: Hackers strand Pacific island government for over a week (BBC News) Ransom attack cripples Vanuatu government systems, forces staff to use pen and paper (The Sydney Morning Herald) Ransomware incidents now make up majority of British government’s crisis management COBRA meetings (The Record by Recorded Future) Suffolk County, N.Y., Hack Shows Ransomware Threat to Municipalities (Wall Street Journal)  Biden set to approve expansive authorities for Pentagon to carry out cyber operations (CyberScoop) Red Lion Crimson (CISA) Cradlepoint IBR600 (CISA) A ruling in our legal case against the Glupteba botnet (Google)
Meta employees, contractors compromised customer accounts. Nemesis Kitten found in US Government network. Unpatched Magento instances hit with "TrojanOrders." Emotet has returned after three quiet months. DDoS attacks in game servers by RapperBot. Carole Theriault looks at long term lessons learned from the 2019 Capital One breach. FBI Cyber Division AD Bryan Vorndran updates us on cyber threats. And an alleged "Zeus" cybercrime boss has been arrested in Switzerland. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/221 Selected reading. Meta Employees, Security Guards Fired for Hijacking User Accounts (Wall Street Journal) CISA Alert AA22-320A – Iranian government-sponsored APT actors compromise federal network, deploy crypto miner, credential harvester. (CyberWire) Iranian Government-Sponsored APT Actors Compromise Federal Network, Deploy Crypto Miner, Credential Harvester (CISA) Iranian government-linked hackers got into Merit Systems Protection Board’s network (Washington Post) Iranian hackers compromise US government network in cryptocurrency generating scheme, officials say (CNN) Magento stores targeted in massive surge of TrojanOrders attacks (BleepingComputer)  A Comprehensive Look at Emotet’s Fall 2022 Return (Proofpoint)  Notorious Emotet botnet returns after a few months off (Register)  Updated RapperBot malware targets game servers in DDoS attacks (BleepingComputer)  Russia’s cyber forces ‘underperformed expectations’ in Ukraine: senior US official (The Hill) Suspected Zeus cybercrime ring leader ‘Tank’ arrested by Swiss police (BleepingComputer)
Blockchains and cryptocurrency exchanges, and the risks they present. Vulnerabilities in Amazon RDS may expose PII. A study of the language of fraud. Tim Starks from Washington Post's Cybersecurity 202 on a lagging DHS cyber doomsday report. Our guest is Ashif Samnani of Cenovus Energy with insights from the world of OT cyber. And President Zelenskyy offers the benefit of Ukraine's experience with cyber warfare to the "G19”. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/220 Selected reading. Cryptocurrency sector vulnerabilities. (CyberWire) Oops, I Leaked It Again — How Mitiga Found PII in Exposed Amazon RDS Snapshots (Mitiga) Amazon RDS may expose PII. (CyberWire) The specious language of fraud. (CyberWire) Zelensky offers G20 leaders to use Ukrainian experience in cyber defense (Ukrinform)  Ukraine at D+265: A missile campaign punctuates diplomacy. (CyberWire)
Fangxiao works ad scams enroute to other compromises. Killnet claims to have defaced a US FBI site. CISA registers another Known Exploited Vulnerability. Difficulties with Twitter's SMS 2FA system. Zendesk vulnerability discovered. Joe Carrigan explains registration bombing for email addresses. Our guest is Miles Hutchinson from Jumio with insights on defense against sophisticated ransomware attackers. And Billbug romps through Asian government agencies. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/219 Selected reading. Fangxiao: a Chinese threat actor (Cyjax) Fangxiao: A Phishing Threat Actor (Tripwire)  Russian hackers claim cyber attack on FBI website (Newsweek)  CISA Has Added One Known Exploited Vulnerability to Catalog (CISA) Twitter’s SMS Two-Factor Authentication Is Melting Down (WIRED) Varonis Threat Labs Discovers SQLi and Access Flaws in Zendesk (Varonis) Billbug: State-sponsored Actor Targets Cert Authority, Government Agencies in Multiple Asian Countries (Symantec) Chinese hackers target government agencies and defense orgs (BleepingComputer)  Researchers Say China State-backed Hackers Breached a Digital Certificate Authority (The Hacker News)
Software supply chain risk. Cyber risk across sectors. CISA releases Stakeholder Specific Vulnerability Categorization (SSVC). Sandworm is back in Russia's hybrid war. Another wiper campaign from a Russian cyber auxiliary. Malek Ben Salem from Accenture shares thoughts on future-proofing cloud security. Rick Howard previews the latest CSO Perspectives show. And the Australian Federal Police say they know who hacked Medibank. (and the AFP says they have a good track record getting international criminals). For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/218 Selected reading. Exclusive: Russian software disguised as American finds its way into U.S. Army, CDC apps (Reuters)  Industries boost cyber defenses against growing number of attacks (Moodys)  CISA Releases SSVC Methodology to Prioritize Vulnerabilities (CISA) Transforming the Vulnerability Management Landscape (CISA) Russian Sandworm hackers deployed malware in Ukraine and Poland (Washington Post) New “Prestige” ransomware impacts organizations in Ukraine and Poland (Microsoft) Microsoft links Russia’s military to cyberattacks in Poland and Ukraine (Ars Technica) Microsoft attributes ‘Prestige’ ransomware attacks on Ukraine and Poland to Russian group (The Record by Recorded Future) Wipe it or exfiltrate? How Russia exploits edge infrastructure to disrupt and spy during wartime (SC Media) Russia’s New Cyberwarfare in Ukraine Is Fast, Dirty, and Relentless (WIRED) Russian military hackers linked to ransomware attacks in Ukraine (BleepingComputer)  Information on cyberattacks of the group UAC-0118 (FRwL) using the Somnia malware (CERT-UA#5185) (CERT-UA) Ukraine says Russian hacktivists use new Somnia ransomware (BleepingComputer)  Russian hacktivists hit Ukrainian orgs with ransomware - but no ransom demands (Help Net Security) Development of the Ukrainian Cyber Counter-Offensive (Trustwave)  Australian Federal Police say cybercriminals in Russia behind Medibank hack (The Record by Recorded Future) Australia tells Medibank hackers: 'We know who you are' (TechCrunch)
There’s no sign that cyberattacks affected US vote counts. NATO meets to discuss the Atlantic Alliance’s Cyber Defense Pledge. A new APT41 subgroup has been identified. FSB phishing impersonates Ukraine's SSCIP. A look at Cozy Bear's use of credential roaming. Caleb Barlow shares tips on removing implicit bias from your hiring process. Our guests are Valerie Abend and Lisa O'Connor from Accenture with a look at the difference in how women and men pursue the top cyber leadership roles. And an update on Phishing trends and API threats. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/217 Selected reading. Statement from CISA Director Easterly on the Security of the 2022 Elections (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency): No ‘Specific or Credible’ Cyber Threats Affected Integrity of Midterms, CISA Says (Nextgov.com) U.S. vote counting unaffected by cyberattacks, officials say (PBS NewsHour)  What's 'Putin's chef' cooking up with talk on US meddling? (AP NEWS) NATO’s 2022 Cyber Defense Pledge Conference - United States Department of State (United States Department of State) Japan joins NATO cyber defense centre (Telecoms Tech News) China casts wary eye as Japan signs up for Nato cybersecurity platform (South China Morning Post)  Hack the Real Box: APT41’s New Subgroup Earth Longzhi (Trend Micro) New hacking group uses custom 'Symatic' Cobalt Strike loaders (BleepingComputer) They See Me Roaming: Following APT29 by Taking a Deeper Look at Windows Credential Roaming (Mandiant) APT29 Exploited a Windows Feature to Compromise European Diplomatic Entity Network (The Hacker News) CAUTION‼️ russian hackers are sending emails with malicious links from the SSSCIP (State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection of Ukraine)  Russian hackers send out emails under the name of Ukraine's State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection (Yahoo) Research Report | The State of Email Security 2022 (Tessian)  DevOps Tools & Infrastructure Under Attack (Wallarm)
Comments (25)

SHEwhoSHINES

I've been hard at it all night trying to trace how this happened but I fear I'm only gonna make the problem worse due to my inexperienced

Jul 16th
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SHEwhoSHINES

any chance yell could help me

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Gabriel Plume

I sure hope he had a great time contributing to innocent Palestinian deaths!

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Vince Fitzpatrick

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Sep 21st
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Allison

Re: Ransom DDoS episode... not only did that dude mispronounce technology names (indicating lack of technical knowledge), he used the phrase “or their [law enforcement counterparts] in other civilized countries”. In saying this, he effectively implies that hackers who write in broken English are savages from uncivilized countries. The implicit racial connotations in making a statement like that are seriously offensive (equating being ‘civilized’ with speaking English well). Really surprising and disappointing.

Sep 5th
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Debra Dukes

✌Deb.

Jun 13th
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Debra Dukes

Great Podcast, Thank you for sharing Deb.✌

Jun 13th
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Debra Dukes

Excellent Podcast and I'm shocked at this time and point we should have this covered by now.So enjoyed Deb.

Jun 13th
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Debra Dukes

Awesome, Podcast Thanks so much for sharing Deb👍🏼✌

Jun 11th
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Debra Dukes

Larry , Dave I really appreciate all the work and information it's about time that they finally get something done about this.Really enjoyed Deb👌✌

Jun 1st
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Nathan Smith

Bollocks means balls as in testicles. It is a slang term for as you say someone talking nonsense / hogwash Just came across the podcast good stuff 👍👍

Feb 14th
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elrey741

12:07: make sure you are updated to chrome 77

Nov 14th
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Jef Cesar

Ahahaa! Verry well tought off!

Nov 4th
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Міла Тарнопольська

it made my morning! 😊

Nov 4th
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Michael Ford

I have been bingeing this podcast and recommending this to everyone. especially the non tech folks since they are more target prone.

Oct 25th
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s smith

I couldn't help notice how pro-israel the host is over the last few shows

May 16th
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Raju Ghorai

good

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Tim Debisz

;D <3

Oct 31st
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Argha Bhattacharya

Awesome episode. Ryan Olson spoke so well. Made things simple to understand even for someone who is new to "cryptojacking"

Oct 6th
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Glen Nile

Awesome book list! I'm set for the summer.

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