Josh and Kurt talk about a listener provided question. Could SELinux have stopped the SolarWinds attack? Given what we know, the answer is technically yes, but practically no. SELinux is awesome, but it’s very difficult to sandbox something like a build system. Show Notes Gone in 60 milliseconds
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Episode 275 – What in the @#$% is going on with ransomware?
Josh and Kurt talk about why it seems like the world of ransomware has gotten out of control in the last few weeks. Every day there’s some new and more bizarre ransomware story than we had yesterday. Show Notes Spurious Correlations Ransom recovered Adam Shostack Ransomware is not the problem Latvian Woman charged for writingContinue reading “Episode 275 – What in the @#$% is going on with ransomware?”
Episode 268 – Can we trust any 3rd parties?
Josh and Kurt talk about what 3rd party means in the current world. From 5G suppliers, to the Codecov and Solarwinds breaches. Is there anyone we can trust? Show Notes Europe and 5G Codecov Codecov Reuters story Red Hat OpenSSH advisory
The Titanic of security
I listen to a lot of podcasts. A lot of podcasts. I was listening to the Dave and Gunnar Show podcast episode 212 with guest David A. Wheeler. The Titanic was used as an example of changing process after a security incident. This opened up a flood of thoughts to me, but not for theContinue reading “The Titanic of security”