On this week’s show Patrick and Adam discuss the week’s security news, including:
Netflix senior security engineer Scott Behrens also joins the show this week. This week’s episode if brought to you by Signal Sciences – which is now a part of Fastly – and they suggested we talk to Scott for their sponsor slot this week. So, Scott joins the show to talk through how Netflix handles appsec.Report: U.S. Cyber Command Behind Trickbot Tricks — Krebs on Security Persistently Engaging TrickBot: USCYBERCOM Takes on a Notorious Botnet - Lawfare (1) Ciaran Martin on Twitter: "Fascinating account from @BobbyChesney on new adaptation of persistent engagement: the hounds released against #ransomware. https://t.co/Dk5Spcjkmy" / Twitter Trickbot and the Context of Cyber Warfare – Stranded on Pylos TrickBot botnet survives takedown attempt, but Microsoft sets new legal precedent | ZDNet The Man Who Speaks Softly—and Commands a Big Cyber Army | WIRED FBI/DHS: Government election systems face threat from active Zerologon exploits | Ars Technica DHS warns that Emotet malware is one of the most prevalent threats today | Ars Technica Norway says Russian hackers carried out breach at parliament Russian-speaking hackers target Russian organizations with industrial spying tools Chinese hackers suspected in cyber-espionage operation against Russia, India 'Mercenary' hacker group runs rampant in Middle East, cybersecurity research shows | Reuters Lined up in the sights of Vietnamese hackers Five Eyes governments, India, and Japan make new call for encryption backdoors | ZDNet Cyber Command and Microsoft pile in on TrickBot - Risky Business Top reason to apply October, 2020’s Microsoft patches: Ping of Death Redux – Sophos News German tech giant Software AG down after ransomware attack | ZDNet Amid an Embarrassment of Riches, Ransom Gangs Increasingly Outsource Their Work — Krebs on Security Malware gangs love open source offensive hacking tools | ZDNet Researchers map threat actors’ use of open source offensive security tools | The Daily Swig Researchers Found 55 Flaws in Apple's Corporate Network | WIRED Swiss Post releases bug bounty safe harbor wording under Creative Commons license | The Daily Swig
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