Off The Hook

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Off The Hook a podcast from 2600: The Hacker Quarterly. It discusses the hacker's view of the emerging technology, and the threats posed by an increasingly Orwellian society. Hear updates on security flaws from the hacker perspective, as well as the latest news from within the hacker community. Follow us on Twitter @HackerRadioShow and Mastodon

The death of NYC payphones has been greatly exaggerated, LinkNYC kiosks and anonymity, HOPE update, Supreme Court temporarily blocks Texas's social media moderation law.


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HOPE update, Elan Musk may be getting cold feet, NY Governor Hochul proposing a series of measures to combat domestic terrorism, Congress holds hearing on UAPs, eavesdropping on 6G wireless signals, millions of Teslas vulnerable to hacking, Russian hackers attempted to disrupt Eurovision voting.
It's illegal to demonstrate outside a Supreme Court justice's house, Russian state TV and financial companies hacked, Russian hackers target ventilators in British hospitals, HOPE update, Google Docs bug crashes documents, Elan Musk would reverse Trump's Twitter ban, controversial Texas social media law allowed to take effect by appeals court.
Skype problems, Supreme Court draft opinion on abortion case leaks, data broker was selling location data of people who visit abortion clinics, Elon Musk wants to buy Twitter, US attempting to extradite British citizen over cryptocurrency conference.
Testing positive for COVID, Florida judge overturns CDC travel mask mandate, Brazilian judge fines Apple for not including charger with new phones, listener emails, an update on Virgil Griffith, warnings of an APT threat to the energy sector.
Virgil Griffith sentenced to five years in federal prison and fined $100,000 for speaking at a North Korean cryptocurrency conference.
Skyrocketing rents are driving out smaller independent NYC businesses, Russian Federal Air Transport Agency suffers cyberattack, Russia threatens to fine Wikipedia over misinformation, retro computer museum in Mariupol destroyed in bombing, listener emails, HOPE 2022 updates, roadside message boards hacked, Russian hackers target NATO.
Listener emails, Microsoft and Okta reportedly hacked, Karina Shedrofsky - Head of Research at the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project joins the panel to discuss their public database of oligarch assets.
Meta platforms change hate speech policy, Anonymous helping to spread information to Russian citizens, Emma Best from Distributed Denial of Secrets joins the panel to discuss the leak of Russian government censorship data.
Hacking Russian satellites, Anonymous attacks against Russia, Conti ransomware group chat logs leaked, Russia could disconnect itself from the internet, the Ukrainian shortwave interval signal, support for Ukraine comes in many forms, collapse of Russia's secure comms network, BBC resurrects shortwave broadcasts to Russia.
Nearly all of the cryptocurrency that was stolen from Poly network has been returned, Taliban seizes US military biometrics devices, Will Byrne - Director of the Human Rights First Innovation Lab - joins the panel to discuss this issue, millions of cellphone subscribers affected by multiple data breaches.
Mask trauma, spreading misinformation, mandates and bans, a nationwide EAS test occurred today, Apple to search iPhones for child porn.
NYC requires proof of vaccination for some indoor activities, Alexa "upgrade" woes, Australian payphone calls are now free, lost audio archives at , 2600 meetings are this Friday.
A late start, Ethereum developer and hacker Virgil Griffith back in jail for allegedly violating his bail terms, Raphael Satter from Reuters joins the panel this week to discuss the NSO Group and their Pegasus spyware.
Complaints to the FCC about SNL, calls for military action in response to ransomware attacks, video game hacks, hacker risks criminal charges by turning in college employee for child porn.
Redhackt joins the panel, the NYC 2600 meeting happened last week, feeling like things are getting back to normal, Donald Trump sues social media companies, federal judge blocks Florida's social media law, social media platform Gettr hacked, Biden supports right-to-repair.
2600 meetings return this Friday, foreign hacking groups in the news, OMNY: MTA's new payment method, vote count errors in NYC mayoral race, interesting phone numbers, smart meters spilling secrets about Texas snowstorm.
2600 meetings start back up in July, in-home vaccination, Connecticut makes all prison calls free, ranked choice voting, 12-year-old's Playstation account hacked and held for ransom, Colonial Pipeline updates.
"OTH Overtime" reported to YouTube for "medical misinformation", Extra Hope won't happen this year, 2600 meetings will resume soon, Reality Winner released from prison, the FBI had a good week.
Emmanuel gets Twitter-verified, unintended consequences of social media algorithms, Trump's blog abandoned after less than a month, Florida teen arrested and expelled after hacking school network, listener emails.