Risky Business #373 -- Hacking Team gets owned. Quite a lot.

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09 Jul 2015 » Risky Business

Obviously the Hacking Team breach is the big story of the week and we'll be jumping right into that.

It's a jam packed podcast this week -- we check in with Dave Aitel of Immunity to talk about the impending Wassenaar Arrangement disaster about to hit America. We're also joined by Claudio Guarnieri.

Claudio has spent years tracking Hacking Team's malware to the darkest regions of the planet. For a long time he's been claiming Hacking Team were up to no good, now we know he was right. We get him on to the show for a well-earned gloat.

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Adam Boileau, as usual, joins us to discuss the week's security news.

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Show notes

Hacking Team Breach Shows a Global Spying Firm Run Amok | WIRED

Despite Hacking Team's poor opsec, CEO came from early days of PGP | Ars Technica

Hacking Team responds to data breach, issues public threats and denials | CSO Online

Days after Hacking Team breach, nobody fired, no customers lost | Ars Technica

Hacking Team Flash Zero Day Weaponized in Exploit Kits | Threatpost | The first stop for security news

Hacking Team Couldn't Hack Your iPhone | Threatpost | The first stop for security news

Dutch MEP whacks Hacking Team over embargo-busting \u2022 The Register

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