In today’s podcast, we hear that Amazon has offered customers a modified, limited hangout on some kind of data exposure. The online retailer says everything’s OK, but it hasn’t said much else. Facebook is back online—yesterday’s outage attributed to a server misconfiguration. Shoppers and retailers prepare for Cyber Weekend. Tessa88, the dark web data hawker, may have been identified. Cyber espionage continues. And there’s been another breach in what we’ve curiously agreed to call an “adult” site. David Dufour from Webroot on the pros and cons of open source code. Guest is Andrew Kling from Schneider Electric with an update on Triton malware.
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