Episode 301 kicks off with a story exposing the recent Volt Typhoon Hack, a menacing cyber-attack which poses a severe threat to critical infrastructure in the United States. With a specific focus on Guam’s power grid control systems, this breach underscores the vulnerability and potential ramifications of such targeted attacks.
Moving to the next story in New York county where they are still dealing with ransomware eight months after attack. After that, prepare for a fascinating journey down the Australian motorway as we explore an intriguing story about sex-dolls and motorways (no, it’s not what you think.)
To wrap up, the team discuss the implications around allowing ChatGPT to be your legal defense. One lawyer decided to try it, but how did it end?
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- China Hacks US Critical Networks in Guam, Raising Cyberwar Fears
- New York county still dealing with ransomware eight months after attack
- ‘This has never happened’: Something is odd about these Aussie motorway ‘passengers’
- A lawyer used ChatGPT for legal filing. The chatbot cited nonexistent cases it just made up