TechSNAP OGG

by Jupiter Broadcasting · · · · 90 subscribers

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.

How the NSA might be breaking Crypto, fresh zero day exploit against Flash with a twist & Keylogging before computers. Plus a great batch of your questions, a rocking round-up & much more!
Debug mode exposes sensitive data, Cisco’s Talos group exposes the Angler exploit kit & how a Microsoft exposed Conficker with an egg hunt. Plus some great feedback, a huge round up & much, much more!
D-Link publishes its private code signing keys, exploiting Windows Symbolic Links & why encryption is not sufficient protection. Plus some great questions, our answers, a rockin roundup & much, much more!
Let’s Encrypt hits a major milestone, F-Secure publishes their investigation into “The Dukes” & we dig into Tarsnap’s email confirmation bypass. Plus a great batch of your questions, a rocking round up & much, much more!
How Groupon made the switch to FreeBSD & why. Researches extract keys from a hardware module & Intel’s new CPU backed malware protection. Plus your questions, a great roundup & more!
Red Hat highlights how leaky many open source RSA implementations are, Netflix releases Sleepy Puppy & the Mac is definitely under attack. Plus some quick feedback, a rockin' roundup & much, much more!
Rooting your Android device might be more dangerous than you realize, why the insurance industry will take over InfoSec & the NSA prepares for Quantum encryption. Plus some great questions, a fantastic roundup & more!
The real fallout from the Ashley Madison hack gets personal. The Android StageFright patch that doesn’t cover all of the holes, and turning a KVM into a spying appliance. Plus a great batch of questions, our answers, a rocking round up & more!
Lenovo & HP are caught injecting malware even after you format the drive, Ubiquiti Networks is socially engineered out of 46 million & are we entering the era of Security Research Prohibition? We debate. Plus your questions, the roundup & much, much more!
Oracle really doesn’t want you to reverse engineer their products but they may have just released the Kraken, we’ll explain. A massive drop of 35 fixes in one day, great feedback and follow up, a rockin roundup & much, much more!
Adobe is making changes to Flash to mitigate 0day exploits, with help from Google. Chrysler recalls 1.4M vehicles due to a software flaw, we go inside the “Business Club” cyber crime gang. Plus a great batch of questions, the roundup & more!
SourceForge sees downtime, and we examine their infrastructure, a new pervasive hackgroup has been exposed and their track record is fascinating. Plus a Hacking Team Round up, a wide variety of audience questions, our answers & much, much more!
The Backronym vulnerability hits MySQL right in the SSL protection, we’ll share the details. The hacker Group that hit Apple & Microsoft intensifies their attacks, a survey shows many core Linux tools are at risk & much, much more!
The Hacking Team fallout continues with more zero day patches you need to install, a new attack against RC4 might finally kill it & how to save yourself from a DDoS attack. Plus a great batch of your questions, our answers & much, much more!
From hacking to hacked, hacking team gets owned & what gets leaked is the best part, we’ll share the details. Plus, a new OpenSSL vulnerability revealed, Apple tweaks their two factor authentication.. Your questions, our answers & much much more!
Amazon has a new TLS implementation & the details look great, we’ll share them with you. The technology that powers the NSA’s XKEYSCORE you could have deployed yourself. Some fantastic questions, a big round up & much, much more!
Google’s datacenter secrets are finally being revealed & we’ll share the best bits. Why The US Government is in no position to teach anyone about Cyber Security, how you can still get hacked offline, Great questions, a huge round up & much, much more!
Kaspersky labs has been hacked, we’ll tell you why it looks like a nation state was the attacker, why OPM data is too valuable sell & the real situation with LastPass. Plus some great questions, our answers & a rocking round up.
This week, how hard lessons learned in 1982 could be apply to 2015’s security breaches, hacking for hire goes big & a savage sentient car that needs better programming. Plus some fantastic questions, a rocking round-up & much more!
The sad state of SMTP encryption, a new huge round of flaws has been found in consumer routers & the reviews of Intel’s new Broadwell desktop processors are in! Plus some great questions, a huge round-up & much, much more!