This week we discuss clever malware hiding its social media communications, the NSA documents the Russian election hacking two-factor authentication bypass, meanwhile, other Russian attackers leverage Google's own infrastructure to hide their spoofing, Tavis finds more problems in Microsoft's anti-malware protection, a cryptocurrency-stealing malware, more concerns over widespread Internet-connected camera design, malware found to be exploiting Intel's AMT motherboard features, the new danger of mouse cursor hovering, Apple's iCloud sync security claims, Azure changes their CA, a bunch of catch-up miscellany and a bit of closing the loop feedback from our listeners.
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