Episode 16 – Cat and mouse

Josh and Kurt talk about cybercrime and regulation. Show Notes Avalanche Global Fraud Ring Spam King Rosendale Speed Trap Attacking Broadband Routers Spreadsheet of VPN providers DNSSEC Root Signing Ceremony Chicago Tylenol Murders Psychoactive Substances Act 2016 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Calvinball CIH Virus Author Firefox 0day Comment on Twitter

Episode 12 – Security Trebuchet

Josh and special guest host Dave Sirrine talk about feedback, OpenSSL, OAuth2, Let’s Encrypt, disclosure, and locks. Show Notes coh’s feedback OpenSSL security advisory Red Hat CLI security API Shovel Knight Pumpkin OAuth2 bug Let’s Encrypt Half of all Chrome connections use https Google’s Windows Bug RichSec (Richmond VA Information Security Users Group) RVASec (Yearly conference inContinue reading “Episode 12 – Security Trebuchet”

Episode 11 – The Poison Candy Episode

Josh and special guest host Dave Sirrine talk about Halloween, passwords, hardware timing attacks, chip and pin, security economics, SSL/TLS, and Mozilla enabling TLS 1.3 by default. Show Notes Risky Candy XKCD Password Strength Diceware Haswell Timing Attack Rowhammer on Android Eavesdropping keystrokes via VOIP SSL/TLS Timeline Comment on Twitter

Episode 9 – Are bug bounties measuring the wrong things?

Kurt and Josh discuss responsible disclosure, irresponsible disclosure, bug bounties, measuring security, usability AND security, as well as quality of life. Show Notes Responsible Disclosure OpenSSL Security Policy Rain Forest Puppy Policy ISO 29147 Facebook Bug Bounty Security Spending Security AND Usability Comment on Twitter

Episode 8 – The primality of prime numbers

Kurt and Josh discuss prime numbers (probably getting a lot of it wrong), Samsung, passwords, National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and bathroom scales. Show Notes New Prime Number Research Randomness testing Kurt’s Repo of Primes DNSSEC Signing Ceremony Magento Skimmer XKCD Wrench Comic Firesheep National Cyber Security Awareness Month Stop Trying to Fix the UserContinue reading “Episode 8 – The primality of prime numbers”

Episode 7 – More Powerful than root!

Kurt and Josh discuss the ORWL computer, crashing systemd with one line, NIST, and a security journal. Show Notes Physically secure open source computer Ancient Linux fax machine firmware systemd one liner crash Open security journal Let’s Encrypt Random Numbers in Go DRAFT Vulnerability Description Ontology Comment on Twitter