Episode 335 – Bull*&$% security ideas

Josh and Kurt talk about a tweet from @kmcquade3 asking the question “What’s a concept in security that is generally accepted as true but is actually bull%$#*?” How many of the replies make sense? Most of them do. We go over some of the best replies as fast as we can. Show Notes The tweetContinue reading “Episode 335 – Bull*&$% security ideas”

Episode 308 – Welcome to the jungle – How to talk about open source security

Josh and Kurt talk about how to get attention for security problems. Recent research around Twitter credentials checked into GitHub showed us how to get a lot of attention when compared to a problem like Log4Shell which took years before anyone really picked up on the problem. It’s hard to talk about security sometimes. Show Notes Josh’s computerContinue reading “Episode 308 – Welcome to the jungle – How to talk about open source security”

Episode 207 – Weaponized attention

Josh and Kurt start this one by explaining how the Twitter hacker was just a dumb criminal (most criminals are dumb). We then discuss the new GPT-3 AI that can create text. How we create, and how social media is doing everything it can to weaponize our attention. It’s not a fight humanity is winning.Continue reading “Episode 207 – Weaponized attention”