In today’s podcast, we hear that Bleeding Bit flaws leave Wi-Fi access points open to war drivers and other malefactors within a hundred meters of your equipment. US Cyber Command continues its attempts to dissuade foreign influence operations against midterm elections. Social networks have difficulty identifying who’s buying ads. Canada’s data privacy law takes effect today. GandCrab crooks take a million-dollar bath. And if you go to Soulmates in Google Play, you’re looking for love in all the wrong places. Johannes Ullrich from the ISC Stormcast podcast on hiding malware in benign files. Guest is Tara Combs from Alfresco on coming US cyber regulations.
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