In today’s CyberWire, we hear about a terror attack in Iran that has heightened tensions among adversaries: expect a heightened cyber optempo. A JET vulnerability in Microsoft products is publicly disclosed as Microsoft misses the Zero Day Initiative’s 120-day deadline. France will open-source its secure operating system. UK, US attitudes continue to stiffen towards Russia in cyberspace. Russian elections are surprising, by Russian standards. Notes on some current scams. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS on a ruling on warrantless GPS tracking at the U.S. border.
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