Episode 9 — No Need For Syncizationhron
So we find ourselves again again Mattless. We skipped out last week cause of bad hair, bad mojo, conflu and bad karma — and $19.95 hotel internet (we have no budget and Canadian telcoâ€™s suck for roaming. )Also, this episode is a week late. The blame lies entirely with Ben’s computer/ISP issues. Either that or Ben is a closet Cylon and doesn’t want us to know.
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DISCLAIMER: It’s not that explicit, but you may want to use headphones if you’re at work.
ADDITIONAL DISCLAIMER: In case it is unclear, this is the story of 4 opinionated infosec pros who have sufficient opinions of their own they don’t need to speak for anyone except themselves. Ok? Good.
In this episode:
- Getting nailed via iCloud
- Canadian double agent out does the whole wikileaks scandal
- Matasano gets sold
- NIST release Common Misuse Scoring System (pdf link)
- Blackberry gives up any sense of decency and agrees to hand over crypto keys (or not)
- Yahoo sued for breach
- An intro to BH/DC
- being a goon / donâ€™t be a douche
- DEF CON Comedy Jam V, V for Vendetta (The FAIL Panel)
- Misogyny Networks
- hacking all of the jukeboxes
- suitcase sword & rocket launcher
- pentest failures
- 3 minutes of me talking about labour mobility
- Hacker Pyramid — The usual fun-ness plus $1436 raised
- Ninja-Tel — one of the coolest things going
- Diving in further – great talks
- Arsenal — Smartphone Pentest Framework
- Sexydefense – maximizing the home field advantage
- Exploiting The Jemalloc Memory Allocator: Owning Firefoxâ€™s Heap
Gr33tz & Lulz LM crew
Whatâ€™s your take on this whole vuln selling thing?
Some guy, The Internet
- BH12 talks are out
- Next week weâ€™ll be launching a new section called Infosec at the movies – Matt will critique all the bad hacking in the movie he went to see the previous weekend
- and Seacrest goes for the gold! (thatâ€™s an olympics reference)
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