In this episode we talk about a new Russian rootkit called Uroburos, another bitcoin exchange closes doors due to hacking, a serious vulnerability is discovered in a common open source encryption library, The Russia/Ukraine conflict spills over to the Internet and Trustwave Spiderlab's own Neal Hindocha develops a new attack vector affecting touchscreen mobile devices.
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