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For hackers, by hackers. Have a computer security question? Stuck on a pentest? Call the Hacker Helpline by sending an audio email to podcast@symbolcrash.com

For hackers, by hackers. Have a computer security question? Stuck on a pentest? Call the Hacker Helpline by sending an audio email to podcast@symbolcrash.com

Location:

United States

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For hackers, by hackers. Have a computer security question? Stuck on a pentest? Call the Hacker Helpline by sending an audio email to podcast@symbolcrash.com

Language:

English

Contact:

206-486-6272


Episodes

Interview with Vi Grey

1/6/2021
In this episode of the Hack the Planet Podcast: We meet with Vi Grey who answers all the questions we’ve had about the Nintendo Entertainment System since we were kids but were too afraid to ask. A prolific developer of homebrew NES ROMs, Vi Grey helps us understand the present and future of innovation on … Continue reading "Interview with Vi Grey"

Duration:02:49:39

Swarm Intelligence with Pongolyn

12/15/2020
In this episode of the Hack the Planet Podcast: We have a chat with Pongolyn, a community organizer and strategist for the Pacific Northwest Englightend, one of the largest teams in the augemented reality game Ingress. We discuss the key elements needed to develop swarm intelligence and how they were applied to continent-spanning efforts. Pongo … Continue reading "Swarm Intelligence with Pongolyn"

Duration:01:38:51

Threat Modeling: None of Your Security Tools Help me Get More Money for my Security Program

10/27/2020
In this episode of the Hack the Planet Podcast: For too long, the confusion caused by the Adam Shostack/MS threat modeling “methodology” has prevented security teams from doing any productive risk analysis. That ends now. We clear up the confusion around what a threat model is, what it’s for, how best to go about developing … Continue reading "Threat Modeling: None of Your Security Tools Help me Get More Money for my Security Program"

Duration:02:45:40

Golang Offensive Tools with C-Sto and capnspacehook

8/24/2020
In this episode of the Hack the Planet Podcast: We talk with some of the most prolific developers of Golang offensive tools, from opposite points on the globe, about why they use Go, what they’ve been working on, how to work around some of Go’s challenges for red teams, and where things are going in … Continue reading "Golang Offensive Tools with C-Sto and capnspacehook"

Duration:02:49:38

Interview with Josh Pitts

7/17/2020
In this episode of the Hack the Planet Podcast: We talk with Josh Pitts, creator of The Backdoor Factory, ebowla, and SigThief, about the backstory of some of these tools and the offensive open-source tools debate. Featuring Vyrus and fast Dan. Pitts...

Duration:02:19:27

Protesters and Technology feat. Will Scott and Vyrus

6/29/2020
In this episode of the Hack the Planet Podcast: We are joined in the studio by Vyrus and privacy researcher Will Scott to talk about the dual-edged sword of technology in the context of protests. We dive deep on technical innovations from the Black Lives Matter protests, especially in the areas of software defined radio … Continue reading "Protesters and Technology feat. Will Scott and Vyrus"

Duration:02:20:26

Interview with mubix

5/25/2020
In this episode of the Hack the Planet Podcast: We chat with mubix about the infamous QuickCreds script, writing games in your boot sector, Hak5, and the joys of teaching … and cheating at video games. https://www.amazon.com/Programming-Sector-Games-Toledo-Gutierrez/dp/0359816312 Be a guest on the show! We want your hacker rants! Give us a call on the Hacker … Continue reading "Interview with mubix"

Duration:01:54:09

I Can Do This Real Quick: A DMA Special

5/16/2020
In this episode of the Hack the Planet Podcast: Our panel reacts to the hype around recent Thunderbolt attacks and dives deep into bypassing disk encryption with Direct Memory Access. We also show off our side projects: a newly invented musical instrument, a rewrite of The Backdoor Factory, and how to maximize your Folding@Home performance … Continue reading "I Can Do This Real Quick: A DMA Special"

Duration:02:07:08

Interview with Craig Smith, author of The Car Hacker’s Handbook

4/13/2020
In this episode of the Hack the Planet Podcast: We talk to Craig Smith, author of The Car Hacker’s Handbook, about DRM, car hacking, and the future of virtual conferences. https://github.com/zombieCraig/ICSim http://opengarages.org https://www.carhackingvillage.com https://www.cybertruckchallenge.org https://www.grimm-co.com/grimmcon Be a guest on the show! We want your hacker rants! Give us a call on the Hacker Helpline: PSTN … Continue reading "Interview with Craig Smith, author of The Car...

Duration:01:19:24

Fold, Baby, Fold

4/5/2020
In this episode of the Hack the Planet Podcast: In the first installment of the Hack the Planet quarantine series, our panel discusses a vital question of our time: to pants or not to pants? We discuss our collective contribution to the world’s largest supercomputer and how you can get involved. Port Knocking Code: https://github.com/mitchellharper12/web-port-knock … Continue reading "Fold, Baby, Fold"

Duration:01:33:46

Weaponizing Side Effects Of Consciousness

1/29/2020
Our panel returns with more rants on Citrix, how nobody really understands ECC, Moxie Marlinspike’s talk at 36c3, and the debate about sharing open source attack tools. Try to guess who was drunk. Talks we mention in this episode: Surveillance of Assange: https://media.ccc.de/v/36c3-11247-technical_aspects_of_the_surveillance_in_and_around_the_ecuadorian_embassy_in_london Unpublished Moxie Marlinspike talk: https://peertube.co.uk/videos/watch/12be5396-2a25-4ec8-a92a-674b1cb6b270 Boeing 737...

Duration:01:32:08

Intraplanetary Hacker Interviews at 36c3

1/16/2020
A series of fascinating interviews on the differences and similarities in hacker culture around the globe, on location at 36c3, the Chaos Computer Club’s 36th annual congress in Leipzig, Germany. mc.fly and b9punk’s seminal talk from Notacon 3 on the differences between American and German hacker culture’s can be found here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edu8nTWzu08 Give us a call … Continue reading "Intraplanetary Hacker Interviews at 36c3"

Duration:00:42:23

Interview with Bill Pollock of No Starch Press at 36c3

1/9/2020
In this episode, we interview Bill Pollock, publisher of No Starch Press, at 36c3, the Chaos Computer Club’s 36th annual congress in Leipzig, Germany. We talk about the new No Starch Press Foundation, micro-grants for hackers, bourbon, and much more. Get involved at https://nostarchfoundation.org/ Give us a call on the Hacker Helpline: PSTN 206-486-NARC (6272), or … Continue reading "Interview with Bill Pollock of No Starch Press at 36c3"

Duration:00:54:34

The Removal of a Layer of Abstraction

12/12/2019
Includes a detailed report of the 2019 Platform Security Summit in Redmond, WA. More helpful tips for hackers young and old. We also take our first call from the Hacker Helpline: PSTN 206-486-NARC (6272), or send an audio email to podcast@symbolcrash.com. PSEC 2019 Videos: https://www.platformsecuritysummit.com/2019/videos/ Plugs: Monthly hardware hacking meetup (4th Friday of the month): … Continue reading "The Removal of a Layer of Abstraction"

Duration:01:20:46

End-Stage Capitalism

10/23/2019
Five hackers rant about the security industry and the general decline in human progress. But as not all is lost, we then provide useful tips to hackers both old and new. Symbol Crash also introduces the Hacker Helpline at PSTN 206-486-NARC (6272), or send an audio email to podcast@symbolcrash.com Plugs: Building the Andromeda Strain Post-Exploitation … Continue reading "End-Stage Capitalism"

Duration:00:55:35