Florida Water Supply Hack, Android App Hijack, US Capitol Riot Phone Tracking

In episode 160: An attacker tried to poison a Florida city’s water supply, a popular Android app was hacked to display malicious ads, and how smartphone location data was used to track the US Capitol rioters.

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A Hacker Tried to Poison a Florida City’s Water Supply, Officials Say

With one update, this malicious Android app hijacked millions of devices

They Stormed the Capitol. Their Apps Tracked Them.

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