Episode 30 – I’m not an expert but I’ve been yelled at by experts

Josh and Kurt discuss security automation. Machine learning, AI, and a bunch of moral and philosophical boundaries that new future will bring. You’ve been warned. Show Notes XKCD Is It Worth the Time? Larry Wall Google Translate AI invents its own language to translate with Black Mirror Social Media Episode St. Louis Public Library Ransomware Join ourContinue reading “Episode 30 – I’m not an expert but I’ve been yelled at by experts”

Episode 28 – RSA Conference 2017

Josh and Kurt discuss their involvement in the upcoming 2017 RSA conference: Open Source, CVEs, and Open Source CVE. Of course IoT and encryption manage to come up as topics. Show Notes Kurt’s talk – Saving CVE wtih open source Josh’s P2P session – Managing Your Open Source Join our Facebook Group Comment on Twitter with theContinue reading “Episode 28 – RSA Conference 2017”

Episode 27 – Prove to me you are human

Josh and Kurt discuss NTP, authentication issues, network security, airplane security, AI, and Minecraft. Show Notes NTP “Attack” U2F Tokens Paying ransoms with iTunes giftcards Cloudflare Porcupine Google Security Design Overview Drone collides with a plane Israeli Security Harvest.ai Minecraft Mod installer Skyblock Join our Facebook Group Comment on Twitter with the #osspodcast hashtag

Episode 26 – Tell your sister, Stallman was right

Josh and Kurt end up discussing video game speed running, which is really just hacking. We also end up discussing the pitfalls of the modern world where you don’t own your software or services. Stallman was right! Show Notes Games Done Quick Super Mario Brother Speedrun Super Mario Brother Minus World Explanation speedrun.com Legend of Zelda GhostContinue reading “Episode 26 – Tell your sister, Stallman was right”

Episode 24 – The 2016 prediction edition! (yeah, that’s right, 2016)

Josh and Kurt discuss 2016 predictions in 2017, what they got right, what they got wrong, and a bunch of other random things. Show Notes CSO Online – Top 15 security predictions for 2016 Gartner 2016 predictions Trend Micro 2016 predictions Dark Reading 2016 predictions Comment on Twitter with the #osspodcast hashtag

Episode 23 – We can’t patch people

Josh and Kurt talk about scareware, malware, and how hard this stuff is to stop, and how the answer isn’t fixing people. Show Notes Bitsquatting Typosquatting L.A. Phishing Uber Email IDS Infomercial subreddit (Where did the soda go?) Super Mario Run Malware Booba Methbot Sumitomo copper affair Comment on Twitter with the #osspodcast hashtag

Episode 22 – IoT Wild West

Josh and Kurt talk about planned obsolescence and IoT devices. Should manufacturers brick devices? We also have a crazy discussion about the ethics of hacking back. Show Notes First Uses of Coffee Did coffee cause the enlightenment? Nest bricks Revolv devices Phoebus Cartel Verizon will brick the Note 7 Trolley Problem Toaster toasts the weather 80% ofContinue reading “Episode 22 – IoT Wild West”

Episode 21 – CVE 10K Extravaganza

Josh and Kurt talk about CVE 10K. CVE IDs have finally crossed the line, we need 5 digits to display them. This has never happened before now. Show Notes OpenSSH CVE10K assignments CVE-2016-10005 CVE syntax change CVE Numbering Authorities OpenSSH Security Advisory C to HDL Reboot Boeing Dreamliner One person writes most Linux video camera drivers DonaldContinue reading “Episode 21 – CVE 10K Extravaganza”