In today’s podcast, we hear about online reactions and hacks in response to the Charlottesville rioting and homicide. Operation #LeakTheAnalyst releases another, smaller, set of documents. The ShadowBrokers get some poor customer reviews for their Exploit-of-the-Month Club. Reputation matters in the dark web souks. More HBO leaks (but no new messages). Google ejects SonicSpy-infected apps from the Playstore. Oxford researchers describe Android library collusion attacks. Robert M. Lee from Dragos on recent incursions into the Irish and UK power grids. And fellow security researchers can’t believe Marcus Hutchins would wittingly do what the Feds accuse him of.
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