Episode A — The Revolving Absence
No James this week. Apparently, he’s afraid of the Cylon^WBen invasion. Also, don’t forget to throw something in the old email for us (firstname.lastname@example.org), we’re getting lonely – don’t you still love us?
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:
- BeeF supports gmail phishing (great tool)
- Georgia tech announces Titan via securityweek
- Trapwire? whatâ€™s this? a secret government facial recognition program not run by the government
- Dorifel and Gauss zee dutch! via reddit
- FinFisher is everywhere!
- Check out the Summer of Breaches “Scorecard”
- Stanford hospital (again) – 2,500
- Nepal gov – nepal?
- Blizzard p0wned – ~2.4 million accountsand SRP is not going to save them – good analysis from opine.me
- Anti-malware versus .gov
nothing quality in the mailbag – still getting semi-naked pictures of Alex Hutton riding a risk fish in a banana hammock – while tasteful weâ€™d appreciate it if you sent us actual questions
BTW go check out risk fish
- and now for Mattâ€™s movie review
- get your CFP on – SECORE.info – great site
- shout out to HouSecCon
- 7 minutes of hell and the Seacrest Science Laboratory has landed on NBC crater
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