Cyber Security Brief: BlueKeep bug, ransomware “recovery” & GozNym network

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In this week’s Cyber Security Brief podcast, we discuss the government employee who was charged with using his work IT systems to mine cryptocurrency, how Google is scanning your emails to collect information about your purchases, and the proof of concept exploits that have been created for the BlueKeep bug. We also chat about ransomware “recovery” services that are just paying the ransom, the dismantling of the GozNym network, and how Intel CPUs have been impacted by new MDS side-channel attacks.

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