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 / 21:30 UTC.

More about Coin, an update on CryptoLocker, a look at a high profile patent troll case, and more.
431 SN 431: What is RADIUS? Nov. 20, 2013
Security news, the coin wallet idea, why does proXPN allow only twelve characters, Steve explains RADIUS, and more.
Microsoft TIFF 0-day flaw, lots of Bitcoin happenings, your questions, and more.
429 SN 429: Monkey Was 26th Nov. 6, 2013
TrueCrypt Audit, Google versus the NSA, LastPass update, and much more news.
Firefox 25, LinkedIn Intro, CryptoLocker, SQRL, your questions, and more.
427 SN 427: A Newsy Week Oct. 23, 2013
Google's “Project Shield”, CryptoSeal, CryptoLocker, Shumway, and more.
Two new valuable features of SQRL, Internet Governance Project, Lavabit, and more.
425 SN 425: SQRL and Q & A #176 Oct. 9, 2013
Secure QR Login followup, Lavabit defied the FBI, Microsoft's second Tuesday, your questions, and more.
424 SN 424: SQRL Oct. 2, 2013
Fingerprints are usernames, BitTorrent Chat, Steve's practical replacement for website usernames and passwords, and more.
423 SN 423: Fingerprint Biometrics Sept. 25, 2013
NSA-influenced code and backdoors, iOS7 flaws, TouchID, and more.
Social media monitoring at school, unpatchable Java 6 exploits, IPv6 subversion, and more.
421 SN 421: The Perfect Accusation Sept. 11, 2013
LastPass and the NSA, MyOpenID, Patch Tuesday, NSA versus encryption, and more.
420 SN 420: BitMessage Sept. 4, 2013
NSA and USA in the doghouse, New Zealand bans software patents, more JAVA trouble, and more.
Kim Dotcom's secure email solution, Wickr, Cackle, Hemlis, your questions, and more.
418 SN 418: Considering PGP Aug. 22, 2013
Steve and Leo cover the consequences of the Snowden leaks and, with that in mind, they examine the Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) system for encrypting email and attachments.
Lavabit, Silent Circle, Android and BitCoin, your questions, and more.
Firefox 23, Twitter multi-factor auth improvements, NSA Director's bad time at Black Hat, and more.
XKeyscore, SkyDrive looking for a new name, Megamos Crypto, your questions, and more.
414 SN 414: Inflection Points July 24, 2013
Department of Homeland Security overreaction, Feds want master encryption keys, Apple's dev site hacked, and more.
413 SN 413: How Much Tinfoil? July 17, 2013
Microsoft handing NSA encrypted messages, Feds disinvited to Def Con, and more.