Artwork for podcast It's 5:05! Daily cybersecurity and open source briefing
Episode #241: Fake Bitwarden Website Serving Malware to Windows Users; SpyGPT; AI Election Disinformation; This Day in Tech History
Episode 2412nd October 2023 • It's 5:05! Daily cybersecurity and open source briefing • Contributors from Around the World
00:00:00 00:08:23


🎙️ Free, ungated access to all 235+ episodes of “It’s 5:05!” on your favorite podcast platforms: ♻️ You’re welcome to 𝗿𝗲𝗽𝗼𝘀𝘁 if your followers will find this of value.

Marcel Brown:  October 1st, 1982. The first commercial compact disc player, the Sony CDP-101, goes on sale in Japan. At a list price of 168,000 yen, this would have been approximately 730 US dollars. It was later introduced worldwide in March of 1983.

Edwin Kwan: A fake Bitwarden password manager lookalike site is distributing malware to unsuspecting visitors. The Bitwarden password manager has increased in popularity lately and with a growing user base, the software and its users are becoming a popular target for cybercriminals. 

Katy Craig:  Is your privacy at risk?  Intelligence agencies are diving headfirst into the world of open-source data and it's stirring up some serious concerns. 

Hillary Coover: Can artificial intelligence rig elections? The sooner we anticipate and prepare for these challenges, the better equipped we'll be to safeguard the integrity of elections worldwide.

From Sourced Network Productions in Washington, DC, it's 5:05. I'm Hillary Coover. Today is Monday, October 2nd, 2023. Here's the full story behind today's cyber security and open-source headlines.



More from YouTube