TechSNAP OGG

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An in-depth analysis of tech issues and topics. Hosted by Chris Fisher and Allan Jude, with over 20+ years in the technology industry. Tune in and get engaged by deep critical analysis and conversation around technologies’ milestones.

Preventing data at rest from rotting, Microsoft puts out the warning signal on RC4, and the International Space Station gets infected by malware. Plus a fantastic batch of your questions, our answers, and much much more!
Striking a balance between performance and reliability can be a challenge, we’ll share our thoughts. Hackers figure out how to take over twitter account they want, while Adobe stores your private data in reversible encryption. Plus your questions, our an
That Adobe breach we told you about? It’s about 10x worse than originally reported, we’ll share the details. Plus PHP.net gets compromised, howto future proof your storage, and much much more! On this week’s TechSNAP!
Experian gets caught selling your records to identity thieves, hacking a router with a single UDP Packet, the cloud storage service that deletes your files… And a huge batch of your questions, our answers!
It’s never been easy to break a D-Link Router, we’ll share the details about the built in backdoor. Plus a huge batch of Java fixes land, a look at iMessage security, and much much more! On this week’s TechSNAP
Adobe blows it. A treasure trove of customer information and source code has been found, we’ll share the details. The DNS hijacking hijinks continue, after several big sites are brought offline. Then its a huge batch of your questions, our answers, and m
We’ll look back at 10 years of Patch Tuesday, then the shutdown of Lavabit and Silkroad. Plus a big batch of your questions, our answers, and much much more!
Big changes could be coming to the WHOIS database in the name of privacy, but security experts have major concerns. Plus our suggestions for rolling your own server, a huge batch of questions, and much much more! On this week’s TechSNAP.
A zero day flaw has Microsoft scrambling, and the banking hack that only requires a nice jacket. Then it’s a great big batch of your questions, our answers, and much much more! On this week’s TechSNAP.
A mobile provider is hacked, customer records are breached, and the authorities suspect it was an inside job, we’ll share the details. Then we’ll discuss the NSA induced crisis of trust we now collectively share, plus your questions, our answers, and muc
RAM Prices are getting hot, we’ll tell you why. Plus the router flaw you need to know about, a pfSense disaster, your questions our answers, and much much more. On this week’s TechSNAP!
DNS Hijacking takes down the New York Times, Twitter, and more. We’ll explain what happened. Plus researchers bypass Dropbox’s authentication, a big batch of your questions our answers, and much much more! On this week’s TechSNAP.
It all started with a simple phishing attack, we’ll share the story about a small bank that had a major compromise, plus the Washington Post gets hacked… A great batch of questions, our answers, and much much more!
Encryption might be less secure than originally thought, EasyDNS suffers an attack and comes up with a clever solution… Plus the big story for Windows users, a batch of your questions, our answers, and much more! On this week’s TechSNAP!
We’ll have a frank discussion about the encryption Arms race underway, the side channel attack against gpg research have found, headlines from Back Hat… And then an epic batch of your questions, our answers!
A BGP hack reroutes the traffic of banks, Amazon and many others. We’ll explain how this can happen, and why we don’t see it more often. Plus an Interview with Brendan Gregg author of a new book that focuses on Systems Performance in the Enterprise and t
A huge amount of SIM cards are susceptible to an Over the Air attack, Allan’s got the details, Apple’s hacker outs himself, and the trouble with the Ubuntu forums! Plus a batch of your questions, and much much more!
The business of selling 0day exploits is booming, we’ll explain how this shady market works, and how a couple guys turned a Verizon Network Extender into a spy listening post. A huge batch of your questions… And much much more, on This week’s TechSNAP!
We'll cover Dropbox’s two-factor authentication flaw, how “Team Telecom” forced fibre providers to enable surveillance, the FBI’s warning about phishing attacks. A great big batch of your questions our answers, and much much more!
Extending your office LAN for remote office workers, monitoring the monitoring service, and Zynga’s embarrassing Apache error. Plus a HUGE batch of your questions, our answers, and much much more!