Josh and Kurt talk about the Google Project Zero blog post about 0day vulnerabilities in 2021. There were a lot more than ever before, but why? Part of the challenge is the whole industry is expanding while a lot of our security technologies are not. When the universe around you is expanding but you’re stayingContinue reading “Episode 321 – Relativistic Security: Project Zero on 0day”
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Episode 320 – Security Twitter is not the real world
Josh and Kurt talk about a survey about a TuxCare patch management and vulnerability detection. Sometimes our security bubble makes us forget what it’s like in the real world for the people who keep our infrastructure running. Patching isn’t always immediate, automation doesn’t fix everything, and accepting risk is very important. Show Notes State of Enterprise Vulnerability DetectionContinue reading “Episode 320 – Security Twitter is not the real world”
Episode 289 – Who left this 0day on the floor?
Josh and Kurt talk about an unusual number of really bad security updates. We even recorded this before the Azure OMIGOD vulnerability was disclosed. It’s certainly been a wild week with Apple and Chrome 0days, and a Travis CI secret leak. Maybe this is the new normal. Show Notes Matrix 4 trailer Travis CI issueContinue reading “Episode 289 – Who left this 0day on the floor?”
Episode 267 – Does 0day still mean 0day?
Josh and Kurt talk about 0day security vulnerabilities. What are they? What were they? And why the name has taken on a new meaning, and that’s OK. Show Notes Hacker History Podcast Chrome 0day NTFS Documentation
Episode 258 – Stop using C
Josh and Kurt talk about the Google Project Zero report titled “A Year in Review of 0-days Exploited In-The-Wild in 2020”. It’s a cool report but we don’t agree on the conclusion. The answer isn’t to security harder, it’s to stop using C. Show Notes Google Project Zero Year of 0-days Kurt’s CUPS tweet