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@jrimer2008

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Technology podcast 308: Satelites, Ground Zero closing, and more

3/12/2019
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On this podcast, Ground Zero is closing. Why? Hear why in a segment. Satelites, can they be hacked? An article is very interesting, yet its not common. Michael in Indiana has an update on Vorail. Equifax is back in the news, and its not good. Finally, the 2018 trends from Trend Micro and their findings, something caught my attention about them. I hope you enjoy the program.

Duration:00:50:42

Technology podcast 307 for March 7, 2019

3/7/2019
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Hello folks, we've got braille transcription for assignment 10, Philmore productions in the news again, and some news notes. Hope you enjoy the program.

Duration:00:51:10

Tech podcast 306: lots of stuff here

2/23/2019
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On this podcast, we've got braille transcription, talk on articles of varying degrees, and does anyone have any common sense?

Duration:01:17:16

The Technology podcast: podcast 305: DNS, Pure Nature, and Ralphs

1/29/2019
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Hello everyone, welcome to podcast 305 of the tech series. On this podcast, I talk about the domain name system in the first segment. There is a very interesting issue that was recently disclosed, however, it isn't so bad unless you give your credentials out to someone you don't trust. Alert (AA19-024A) was posted to the blog which links directly to the advisory. Other news articles also talk about this as well as Security Now's Steve Gibson. Pure Nature and the Ralphs Supermarket app ...

Duration:01:36:06

Technology podcast 304 for January 21, 2019

1/21/2019
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Welcome to podcast 304 of the technology blog and podcast series. Philmore Productions is back in the spotlight, this time, a very interesting voice mail saying that he's getting a T1 update, but yet, you tell me if he's describing voice ovr ip. I got a very interesting phone call, this happened in the middle of my blog post typing, so i stopped to answer the phone. The phone call didn't identify itself from a company, but yet, went on to talk about the fact I was due 0 percent APR if I...

Duration:01:14:56

Tech podcast 303: swatting, a braille question, and blindfold games interview

1/14/2019
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Hello folks, welcome to podcast 303 of the technology blog and podcast series. I'd like to start the podcast with something that came across my desk. This first segment deals with Swatting, and its a very interesting topic as now we've got a very interesting story that has a happy ending. Facebook cybersecurity exec victim of swatting call is the name of the article that sparked this discussion. When I retweeted this article, I got some likes and a conversation from someone who has been...

Duration:01:16:51

The Technology blog and podcast, podcast 302: Live wire, BevMo gets Hacked, Skype, and more

1/11/2019
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Hello everyone, welcome to podcast 302 of Jared's technology blog and podcast series. How many of you know about Live Wire and its sister system Ground Zero? If you don't, I have a short segment in regards to both, and include Live Wire's web site for you to go peruse its offerings. Next, BevMo payment breach affects thousands, with researchers pointing to Magecart is talked about, but yet, BevMo did the best they could. Next, Skype has some changes, and a potential bug that happened to me...

Duration:01:14:23

Tech podcast 301: news, notes, San Diego School District, and more

1/1/2019
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On this extended edition, the podcast has some lengthy segments. We ask you what we should cover. Question, are you keeping up with your finances? News notes, what else did we miss? The San Diego school District got breached, the tech blog links to the breach via an article. Finally, our predictions and how things have changed through the years. Contact information is available at the end of the podcast, and the podcast is extended running an hour and 40 minutes (100 minutes) long. Thanks...

Duration:01:40:38

tech podcast 300: braille transcription, DDOS and bomb threats get you in trouble, and more

12/16/2018
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Meet a bomb threat person who also does Denial of Service attacks as the first segment talks about an article entitled Bomb Threat Hoaxer, DDos Boss Gets 3 Years which comes from Krebs on Security. We also have a braille transcription update in regards to my grade on lesson 7. I also have a landscape for the podcast, recapping the last several years, how things haven't changed, but yet, we must press on talking about the things that must get out including breaches, and my thoughts on those...

Duration:01:18:47

tech podcast 299: braille transcription, the weather, FTP, and breaches

12/7/2018
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This episode has FTP going away for web browsers, two segments on assignments 5 and 6 of the transcription course, and breaches updates for this time.

Duration:01:09:53

Technology podcast 298: a cautionary tale, braille transcription overview, and blind alive

11/26/2018
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On this podcast, a cautionary tale in regards to a credit card situation, the braille transcription course is talked about in a multi part series, and blind alive news.

Duration:01:09:50

tech podcast 297: lots of newsy things of interest

11/19/2018
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Hello everyone, my name is Jared, and I want to take this opportunity to welcome each and every one of you to my technology podcast. On this edition of the podcast, I have lots of news type items including domain registration news, Aira, of course a braille transcription course update, and other newsy types of things. The following are links to various items that I thought should be linked for you to read at your own time. That Domain You Forgot to Renew? Yeah, it’s Now Stealing Credit Cards...

Duration:01:04:06

technology podcast 296: braille transcription in a different form, and news items

11/10/2018
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On this edition of the podcast, braille transcription takes a different turn, where I discuss my struggles and show you what was going on. Talk about work arounds, and other things of interest. One of the things that I talk about is the information about the program I chose, Braille 2000 which is done in such a way, where it could be considered true WYSIWYG. I talk about other programs, but since I don't know much about one, and have used little of the other, I do mention them by name. I...

Duration:01:10:49

Tech podcast 295: Trick bot is back, Philmore Productions, and more

11/6/2018
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Hello folks, welcome to podcast 295 of the Technology blog and podcast series, I'm Jared Rimer. We're packed with a wide variety of stuff. We've also got several articles that complement the podcast content for you. blog post from the tech blog Trickbot Shows Off New Trick: Password Grabber Module 30 years ago, the world's first cyberattack set the stage for modern cybersecurity challenges This Stuck in traffic video from last month This blog post This blog post SMS Phishing + Cardless ATM =...

Duration:01:16:34

Tech podcast 294: braille transcription, Yahoo, and Rutgers

11/1/2018
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Hello everyone. Welcome to podcast number 294 of the technology blog and podcast series. We're packed with two braille transcription segments, one talking about Unified English Braille changes that I'm learning as part of taking the braille transcription course. The 2nd file that talks about the transcription aspect of things talk about my report for lesson 3, something that may actually happen to anything, including some oversite issues. Between the two files, we've got Yahoo! having to pay...

Duration:01:08:13

Tech podcast 293: braille transcription, bounty hunting, and the supply chain issues

10/25/2018
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Welcome to podcast 293. On this podcast, I continue the braille transcription course coverage by talking about my thoughts on lesson 2's report. Each report is going to be different, but I talk about moine and how I can understand what they want us to do. Since that taping, I've talked to a transcriber, and they also gave me some tips, but definitely getting the braille version of the book I need will be more helpful than the braille formatted files for the note taker. I'll be working on...

Duration:01:24:22

Technology podcast 292: braille transcription, security researchers turn cybercriminal, drones and w

10/22/2018
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We have a lot for you. Here are the show notes for each and every one of you. Welcome to podcast 292 of the technology blog and podcast series. We've got a bunch of stuff for you, and i hope you enjoy the program as much as I have bringing it to you. The program is 83 minutes in length. When Security Researchers Pose as Cybercrooks, Who Can Tell the Difference? drones verses the california wildfires Winamp's web site Voice Phishing Scams Are Getting More Clever voice phishing page on...

Duration:01:25:13

tech podcast 291, facebook, braille transcription, chips and implants, and more

10/15/2018
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On this podcast, we welcome a new podcast provider, welcome aboard! I briefly describe what the podcast is. Then, we start the program talking about facebook's bug. After that, two files dealing with braille transcription, chips with implants, or do I have it backwards, microsoft's big time error for windows update, and vorail making a change. When we have more info on vorail's change, we'll post it on the blog and make sure the podcast is updated. Thanks for listening and make it a great...

Duration:01:21:53

tech podcast 290: IOS 12 coverage and are Internet telephone companies viable

9/27/2018
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Hello everyone, welcome to podcast 290 of the technology podcast series. IOS 12 with screen time, notifications, comments on the beta cycle process, and SIRI and shortcuts are discussed as part of the first 4 segments. Finally, are systems like Net By Phone and Internet Speech's Net Echo viable in today's internet? In the final segment, I talk about the net past, and the net today. I also talk about something still ongoing with one company's response to questions and concerns. Contact...

Duration:01:14:27

technology podcast 289: the end of the scammy behavior, transit app, and IOS 12

9/18/2018
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Hello everyone, welcome to podcast 289. Jared reveals who has been the culprite of the scammy behavior. Apple releases version 12 of IOS. Transit app has put back a feature, but after the podcast segment, I got a chance to look and connecting lines is not accessible. Finally, I invite Jennifer on board to discuss the revelation of Julia's behavior, and I use Jennifer as a blocking mechanism to show how easy it is to do that no matter the situation. Contact information is on the blog, and at...

Duration:01:01:09