Episode 0x1D — Oops, We Did It Again
Sometimes, breaches happen to the nicest folks
A PSA on TFA!
TFA is addictive, a year ago I started using it at work and then I began using it at home on my webmail. I didn’t tell my wife about it for a while because I thought that it would bring up the whole ‘if you love me you’ll share you password’ argument again. My TFA use began to spread to other cloud services and soon I was trying to get other people to start using it as well.
Now I do TFA everywhere, whenever I have a quiet moment to access a cloud service. Sometimes I’ll even use it on the train when I go to work, I don’t care who sees me key in my OTP because I know TFA will keep me safe; it’s a good feeling.
- Upcoming this week…
- Lots of News
- The SCADAs/ICS and Cyber
- finishing it off with DERPs/Mailbag and
- Our new weekly Briefs – no arguing or discussion allowed
And if you’ve got commentary, please sent it to firstname.lastname@example.org for us to check out.
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 5 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:
- News and Commentary
- Bug Bounties! Pwn2own 2013 looking good
- Kimdotcom is back – Mega and encryption is haardddddd
- Another Java vuln confirmed
- the brits do some identity outsourcing
- Red October (Be very careful not to shoot the nuclear missiles)
- Student expelled for finding flaws in edu-software
- Blue Coat Caught Up In Global Surveillance Storm Again
- Canadian report on ethical hacking sidestepped
- Liquidmatrix branches out into Viagra…apparently
- DHS to regulate medical device security
- More releases from the SCADA Strangelove folks
- Canada has a bad case of the Cybers
- Singapore Cybers You Back
- Endgame Systems is going to Bonesaw you
- US succumbs to sneakernet. Time to glue up your USB ports
Where did you guys get the term “Narcasistic vulnerability pimps”?
- Like garfield without garfield, it’s Risk Unicorns without Alex Hutton!!!
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- Mikko gives you video tips on banking online
- Condoms and Castles
- Google Authenticator for WordPress. Just sayin.
- HackDesign – good for your eyeballs
- Record number of British schoolkids participate in National Cypher Challenge (h/t to my Mom, seriously)
- TSA ends contract with Rapiscan, maker of full-body scanner
- Your Mac Keeps A Log Of All Your Downloads
- iGotYa leads to arrest
- The Security Conference Library
- Contribute to the Strategic Defense Execution Standard (#SDES) and you’ll be Doing Infosec Right in no time.
- If you’re interested in helping out with openCERT.ca, drop a line to info@openCERT.ca
- Upcoming Appearances: James and Dave at RSA e10+, also attending Shmoocon but not speaking
- We’re thinking about doing a live podcast with audience participation – drop us a tweet or a line if you’re interested
- Movie Review Mikko was on stage with Eugene at DLD 2013… did it get weird?
- Security Blogger Awards 2013…ah hem (not like we’re pandering for votes or anything, we only do that for ISC2 board seats)
- everyday is CTF! go set up a team
- Signing up for a SANS course? Be sure to use the code “Liquidmatrix_150″ and save $150 off the course fee!
- Seacrest Says: “Al Roker pooped his pants. Seacrest Out!” http://www.vulture.com/2013/01/al-roker-pooped-his-pants-the-remix.html
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