Security Now (MP3)

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Steve Gibson, the man who coined the term spyware and created the first anti- spyware program, creator of Spinrite and ShieldsUP, discusses the hot topics in security today with Leo Laporte. Records live every Tuesday at 4:30pm Eastern / 1:30pm Pacific / 21:30 UTC.

Is there a TNO cloud storage solution?
The return of Open Wireless?
Steve Gibson explains reasons to standardize and implement Authenticated Encryption.
Steve Gibson analyzes Google's "End-To-End" encryption.
458 SN 458: TrueCrypt: WTH? June 4, 2014
Steve Gibson tries to unravel the bizarre TrueCrypt mystery.
Discussing net neutrality with industry veteran and ISP Brett Glass.
456 SN 456: Harvesting Entropy May 21, 2014
Mozilla & Firefox supporting DRM, bypassing 2-factor authentication, Windows 8 banned in China, harvesting entropy, and more.
Microsoft's 2nd Tuesday patches, the Certificate Authority Security Council weighs in on Chrome's revocation solution, the appeal decision in Oracle vs. Google, and more!
OpenID and OAuth vulnerability rediscovered, US Gov begins testing Universal CyberID, certificate revocation part 2: how practice follows theory, and more!
OpenID and OAuth vulnerability rediscovered, US Gov begins testing Universal CyberID, certificate revocation part 2: how practice follows theory, and more!
453 SN 453: Certificate Revocation April 30, 2014
Internet Explorer 0-day flaw, a new look for Firefox v29, what do we do when good certificates go bad? And more!
453 SN 453: Certificate Revocation April 30, 2014
Internet Explorer 0-day flaw, a new look for Firefox v29, what do we do when good certificates go bad? And more!
Ladar Levinson's appeal ruling, Google could bring end-to-end encryption to the masses, Jailbreaking iOS and more!
Ladar Levinson's appeal ruling, Google could bring end-to-end encryption to the masses, Jailbreaking iOS and more!
The previous week consisted of nearly a single story: Heartbleed. It was only "nearly", though, because we also received the results from the first phase of the TrueCrypt audit.
The previous week consisted of nearly a single story: Heartbleed. It was only "nearly", though, because we also received the results from the first phase of the TrueCrypt audit.
450 SN 450: How the Heartbleeds April 8, 2014
The end of updates for Windows XP, AnyDVD, the Heart Bleed Bug, and more.
450 SN 450: How the Heartbleeds April 8, 2014
The end of updates for Windows XP, AnyDVD, the Heart Bleed Bug, and more.
The NSA / Dual_EC_DRBG flaw is worse than we knew, is Google's Always HTTPS for Gmail a bad thing? A quick WiFi password install for iPhones, and more.
The NSA / Dual_EC_DRBG flaw is worse than we knew, is Google's Always HTTPS for Gmail a bad thing? A quick WiFi password install for iPhones, and more.