MSP Dispatch (Audio)
MSP Dispatch (Audio)
BulletProftLink Takedown, U.S. Carbon Capture Milestone, Optus Hack Report Revealed 11/14

On this episode of MSP Dispatch, we delve into the Royal Malaysian Police’s takedown of the notorious BulletProftLink phishing network, the launch of America’s first commercial carbon capture plant by Heirloom Carbon Technologies, and Optus’s failed court bid to keep a revealing cyber-attack report secret.

Plus, we discuss Microsoft’s extension of Windows Server 2012 Extended Security Updates to October 2026, the latest moves by the hacker group ‘Lace Tempest’ now targeting ITSM platforms as reported by Microsoft, OpenAI’s confirmation of DDoS attacks causing ChatGPT outages, and Backblaze’s achievement of $100M in annual recurring revenue despite a slowdown in computer backup growth.

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0:00 Teaser

0:48 Intro Banter

2:21 Police Take Down BulletProftLink Large-Scale Phishing Provider

7:36 In a U.S. First, a Commercial Plant Starts Pulling Carbon From the Air

12:32 Optus Loses Court Bid To Keep Report Into Cause of 2022 Cyber-Attack Secret

Notable Mentions:

17:13 Microsoft Extends Windows Server 2012 ESUs to October 2026

18:03 Hacker Group Behind MOVEit Now Targeting ITSM Platform, Microsoft Says

18:47 OpenAI Confirms DDoS Attacks Behind Ongoing ChatGPT Outages

19:39 Backblaze Hits $100M ARR, but Computer Backup Stalls

20:43 Community Events

22:19 Sign-off

24:50 Outtakes