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In this episode of Storm⚡️Watch, we delve into a variety of pressing cybersecurity topics, starting with a light-hearted roundtable discussion on our dream locations for the next DEFCON conference. We then move on to applaud Cloudflare for their exemplary response to a recent security breach, highlighting the importance of transparency and swift action in the face of cyber threats. The episode also covers the AnyDesk breach, shedding light on the incident and the company's response, underscoring the ever-present need for robust security measures.

The conversation takes a serious turn as we discuss the CISA directive for Ivanti, mandating the shutdown of systems to mitigate vulnerabilities, a move that emphasizes the critical nature of software security in maintaining national cybersecurity. The episode also explores the alarming rise of deepfake technology, illustrated by a recent scam that defrauded a company of $25 million, and the clandestine world of fake ID creation by AI neural networks on the site OnlyFake.

We delve into the technical with a look at the ICANN .internal proposal, a significant development that could impact the structure of the internet's domain name system. The episode also highlights recent vulnerabilities in Jenkins reported by Censys, providing listeners with crucial information to protect their systems.

GreyNoise's contributions to the cybersecurity community are showcased through discussions on our latest blog posts, an open forum event, and a joint webcast with Centripetal, offering insights and opportunities for engagement with cybersecurity experts.

The episode wraps up with a look at recent tags and active campaigns on the GreyNoise platform, providing a snapshot of the current cybersecurity landscape.

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