In this week's feature interview we're chatting with Wired journalist Kim Zetter about her fantastic book Stuxnet: Countdown to Zero Day. As it turns out, the assumption that US and Israeli intelligence agencies had "boots on ground" intelligence to design the malicious code could very well be bunkum!
This week's show is brought to you by Tenable Network Security, so in this week's sponsor interview we're chatting with Tenable's very own Marcus Ranum about attribution.
No, not just the North Korea angle... we cover off what sort of focus the average enterprise needs to put on attributing attacks. Does it even matter?
Adam Boileau, as always, joins the show to discuss the week's security news.
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Prosecutors Trace $13.4M in Bitcoins From the Silk Road to Ulbricht's Laptop | WIRED
A Heroin Dealer Tells the Silk Road Jury What It Was Like to Sell Drugs Online | WIRED
Here's the Secret Silk Road Journal From the Laptop of Ross Ulbricht | WIRED
Silk Road paid off hackers to keep site running - CNET
No, Department of Justice, 80 Percent of Tor Traffic Is Not Child Porn | WIRED
Bitcoin Exchange Operator Sentenced to 4 Years for Silk Road Transactions | WIRED
Aspiring Singer Arrested in Israel on Suspicion of Hacking Madonna | WIRED
Barrett Brown Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison in Connection to Stratfor Hack | WIRED
Dutch judge allows alleged "sophisticated" Russian hacker to be sent to US | Ars Technica
New Rules in China Upset Western Tech Companies - NYTimes.com
FCC Warns Businesses WiFi Blocking is Illegal | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
Snowden reveals LEVITATION technique of Canada's spies \u2022 The Register
Researcher says Aussie spooks help code Five Eyes mega malware \u2022 The Register
Oz spooks hack, wreck Middle East 'cooling system': report \u2022 The Register
Australia launches cyber-weapons in global counter-terrorist operations
Facebook: Oi, Lizard Squad - we can take down our own site, ta \u2022 The Register
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Google drops three OS X 0days on Apple | Ars Technica
iTunes Connect bug logs developers in to other developers' accounts at random | Ars Technica
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Critical "GHOST" Vulnerability Released | Sucuri Blog
Thunderstrike Patch Slated for Inclusion in New OS X Build | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
Bug in ultra secure BlackPhone let attackers decrypt texts, stalk users | Ars Technica
Chrome 40 Patches 62 Security Vulnerabilities | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
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