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A brand new episode of the "Smashing Security" podcast is out now. If you're looking for an irreverent look at the stories that don't matter that much from the world of cybersecurity, this could be it.

Meat supplier JBS probed after paying $11 million ransom to attackers. US Congress has a beef with those who pay ransoms to cybercriminals.

Criminals are caught in a encrypted chat trap, should you trust Apple’s repair team with your sexy snaps, and do you think the FBI should be able to tell who has been reading the USA Today website?

It's a brand new episode of the "Smashing Security" podcast!

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Smashing Security podcast episode 230: "Flash card f-up and energy pipe pilfering"

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On the latest "Smashing Security" podcast we're joined by special guests Paul F. Roberts and Javvad Malik of KnowBe4, as we serve up a delicious helping of cyber cheese for you.

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Had a great time with the BBC's Rory Cellan-Jones on the "Smashing Security" podcast this week, where he shared his views on cryptocurrency and the blockchain!

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Not a great advert for the Darkside gang.

Report: Colonial Pipeline paid ransomware attackers $5 million, but still had to rely on its own backups.

What's the dumbest thing your boss ever did? Hear my story in the latest "Smashing Security" podcast, with Carole Theriault and special guest Ray [REDACTED].

Join me, Carole Theriault, and special guest David McClelland on the latest episode of the "Smashing Security" podcast where we discuss all things crypto, NFTs, and rip-off ads.

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Signal says its Instagram ads were banned for being too honest. Ads revealed what Facebook knew about its users.

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