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Security Endeavors is geared for people looking to learn about, or get involved with, the field of Computer Information Security. Originally offered as a series of interviews offering real-life insight to help the curious find or make their own path, the format now includes weekly headlines. As time permits we'll include conversations with professionals to learn what holds their interest and pursuing the work they're passionate about.

Security Endeavors is geared for people looking to learn about, or get involved with, the field of Computer Information Security. Originally offered as a series of interviews offering real-life insight to help the curious find or make their own path, the format now includes weekly headlines. As time permits we'll include conversations with professionals to learn what holds their interest and pursuing the work they're passionate about.
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United States

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Security Endeavors is geared for people looking to learn about, or get involved with, the field of Computer Information Security. Originally offered as a series of interviews offering real-life insight to help the curious find or make their own path, the format now includes weekly headlines. As time permits we'll include conversations with professionals to learn what holds their interest and pursuing the work they're passionate about.

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@SEndeavors

Language:

English

Contact:

210-693-0470


Episodes

SEHL-wk6of2019

2/11/2019
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Show notes for Security Endeavors Headlines for Week 5 of 2019 Check out our subreddit to discuss this week's headlines!​ InfoSec Week 6, 2019 (link to original Malgregator.com posting) The Zurich American Insurance Company says to Mondelez, a maker of consumer packaged goods, that the NotPetya ransomware attack was considered an act of cyber war and therefore not covered by their policy. According to Mondelez, its cyber insurance policy with Zurich specifically covered “all risks of...

Duration:00:18:46

SEHL-2019-Week05

2/3/2019
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Show notes for Security Endeavors Headlines for Week 4 of 2019 Check out our subreddit to discuss this week's headlines! Now also available on SoundCloud InfoSec Week 5, 2019 (link to original Malgregator.com posting) According to a Reuters investigation, United Arab Emirates used former U.S. intelligence operatives to hack into the iPhones of activists, diplomats and foreign politicians using so-called Karma spyware. It’s described as a tool that could remotely grant access to iPhones...

Duration:00:15:21

SEHL-2019-Wk04

1/27/2019
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Show notes for Security Endeavors Headlines for Week 4 of 2019 Check out our subreddit to discuss this week's headlines! InfoSec Week 4, 2019 (link to original Malgregator.com posting) Microsoft's mobile Edge browser on both iOS and Android begins issuing fake news warnings. Previously only available as a desktop plugin, it’s powered by news rating company NewsGuard. The feature can be toggled on via the app’s settings under "news rating." The description boasts that it's "evaluated news...

Duration:00:14:59

SEHL-2019-Week03

1/20/2019
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Show notes for Security Endeavors Headlines for Week 3 of 2019 Check out our subreddit to discuss this week's headlines! InfoSec Week 3, 2019 (Link to Original Malgregator.com posting) A 35-year-old vulnerability has been discovered in the Secure Copy Program (or SCP) file transfer utility. Many scp clients fail to verify if the objects returned by the scp server match those it asked for. This issue dates back to 1983 and remote copy program (rcp), on which scp is based. A separate flaw...

Duration:00:17:01

SEHL-2019-Week02

1/14/2019
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Show note for Headlines from Week 02 of 2019 Check out our subreddit to discuss this weeks headlines at https://www.reddit.com/r/SEHL/comments/afsouz/headlines_for_week_02_of_2019/ ​Police arrested a 20-year-old suspect in central Hesse connected to the December data breach of hundreds of politicians. https://www.thelocal.de/20190108/suspect-20-arrested-over-massive-german-politician-data-hack Qualys has sent out a security advisory describing three stack-overrun vulnerabilities in...

Duration:00:17:48

SEHL-2019wk01

1/10/2019
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Show notes also available from SecurityEndeavors.com/SEHL Discuss the headlines at reddit.com/r/sehl InfoSec Week 1, 2019 Let's Encrypt recapitulated the last year in the operation of their ACME based certification authority, and summarized the challenges that they will work on in 2019. They intend to deploy multi-perspective validation, checking multiple distinct Autonomous Systems for domain validation, preventing potential BGP hijacks. They also plan to run own Certificate...

Duration:00:05:44

SEHL2018wk52

1/1/2019
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Security Endeavors Headlines (SEHL): Hello World! -- This is the new format for the weekly episodes of the show - There may still be interviews going forward, just when they are able to be published. I got my start in media recording 'news' for my school on Public Access. When looking for a project to contribute to, it identifying a space that doesn't seem to get good coverage seems a decent place to start. Information Security news gets tons of airplay, but haven't really found a podcast...

Duration:00:09:29

SEe09-SolderGuyAtDC25

7/27/2017
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Recorded in a Chillout space at DEFCON 25, we get to discover SolderGuy. I ran into him adding demonstrating a badge with a touch tone keypad, a micro controller that replicates phone phreaking blue and red boxes. Turns out this was part of a contest to win a coveted black badge. Pictures of this artful mod are in the 'show notes on the SecurityEndeavors web site. He talks about what it takes to get into electronics engineering and the importance of being a lifelong learner.

Duration:01:14:59

SEe06_StaceyBanks_96k

1/5/2016
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Duration:00:34:42

SEe03_JackDaniel

3/4/2015
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Duration:01:01:22