Security Now (MP3)

by Leo Laporte · · · CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 · 23 subscribers

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 / 20:30 UTC.

495 SN 495: HTTP/2 Feb. 18, 2015
Google compromises a bit on its "Project Zero" idealogy
Is your Samsung TV spying on you?
Steve Gibson analyzes TOR and how it may not be as anonymous as you think.
Apple will allow China to run security audits on its products sold in China.
Steve Gibson explains the technology and security behind cryptographic backdoors.
490 SN 490: The Enigma Jan. 14, 2015
Steve Gibson talks about how the Enigma Machine works and how it was cracked.
Inflight Internet provider "Gogo" was caught spoofing Google certificates.
Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte review the security news of 2014.
487 SN 487: Steve Introduces SQRL Dec. 23, 2014
Revolutionizing Website Login and Authentication with SQRL
Google proposes to begin marking "HTTP" as "Non-Secure" in 2015.
485 SN 485: Expensive Lessons Dec. 10, 2014
Steve Gibson looks closely into the consequences of the lax security measures of Target and Sony.
What is the safest way for a student to report a vulnerability?
483 SN 483: Let's Encrypt Nov. 26, 2014
Steve Gibson looks in depth at new Certificate Authority "Let's Encrypt".
AT&T; has (temporarily) ended using perma-cookies.
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday revealed a significant vulnerability affecting Windows servers.
Is your new internet-connected TV spying on you?
Your Wi-Fi lightbulbs are leaking security!
Is there a TNO cloud storage solution?
The return of Open Wireless?
Steve Gibson explains reasons to standardize and implement Authenticated Encryption.