It’s time to fix CVE

The late, great, John Lewis is well known for a quote about getting into trouble. Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble. It’s time to start some good trouble. Anyone who knows me, reads this blog, or follows me on Twitter, is well aware I have beenContinue reading “It’s time to fix CVE”

Episode 263 – GitHub pulls exploits, LinuxFoundation sign all the things

Josh and Kurt talk about how terrible daylight savings is. GitHub yanking some exploit code. And the Linux Foundation new project to sign all the things. Show Notes Researcher Publishes Code to Exploit Microsoft Exchange Vulnerabilities on Github GitHub content restrictions Reproducing the Microsoft Exchange Proxylogon Exploit Chain

Episode 215 – Real security is boring

Josh and Kurt talk about attacking open source. How serious is the threat of developers being targeted or a git repo being watched for secret security fixes? The reality of it all is there are many layers in a security journey, the most important things you can do are also the least exciting. Show NotesContinue reading “Episode 215 – Real security is boring”