Episode 188 – Depressing news sucks, we’re talking about cheating in video games

Josh and Kurt talk about video games. Yeah, video games. Specifically about cheating in video games. There’s a lot of other security themes in the discussion. With the news being horrible these days, we needed to talk about something fun. Show Notes Penny Arcade Banned from Fortnite Apollo Robbins, world’s best pickpocket Comment on Twitter with theContinue reading “Episode 188 – Depressing news sucks, we’re talking about cheating in video games”

Episode 187 – Wireguard vs IPsec: the OK Boomer of security

Josh and Kurt talk about Wireguard. There have been a lot of recent conversations about it and if it’s better or worse than other VPN solutions. It’s safe to say in our modern age, less is usually more, especially when it comes to security. Wireguard has a lot going for it, it can’t be ignored. Show NotesContinue reading “Episode 187 – Wireguard vs IPsec: the OK Boomer of security”

Part 1: Is your security scanner running? You better go catch it!

This post is the first part in a series on automated security scanners. I explain some of the ideas and goals in the intro post, rather than rehashing that post as filler, just go read it, rehashing content isn’t exciting. There are different kinds of security scanners, but the problem with all of them isContinue reading “Part 1: Is your security scanner running? You better go catch it!”

Episode 186 – Endpoint security with Tony Meehan

Josh and Kurt talk to Tony Meehan from Elastic (formerly Endgame) about endpoint detection, response, protection, and even SIEM. Tony has a great history coming from the NSA and has a number of great stories to help understand the topics. Show Notes Tony Meehan Rob Joyce on Disrupting Nation State Hackers Bobby Filar living off the landContinue reading “Episode 186 – Endpoint security with Tony Meehan”

Episode 185 – Is it even possible to fix open source security?

Josh and Kurt talk about the Linux Foundation Census 2. There is a lot of talk around how to fix open source security, but the reality is we can’t fix it. We need to stop trying to fix what isn’t broken and engineering around the system we have, not the system we want. Show Notes Linux FoundationContinue reading “Episode 185 – Is it even possible to fix open source security?”

Episode 184 – It’s DNS. It’s always DNS

Josh and Kurt talk about the sale of the corp.com domain. Is it going to be the end of the world, or a non event? We disagree on what should happen with it. Josh hopes an evildoer buys it, Kurt hopes for Microsoft. We also briefly discuss the CIA owning Crypto AG. Show Notes corp.com is forContinue reading “Episode 184 – It’s DNS. It’s always DNS”