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Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 13

3/30/2018
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Episode 13 of the Security TL;DR podcast (3/29/2018), hosted by Drew Green and Sam Blevins, sponsored by G-Factor Security (formerly TJTSec). They discuss the latest developments regarding the vulnerabilities in AMD processor products, a bug with Microsoft's Meltdown and Spectre patches, and the ongoing privacy concerns surrounding Facebook. Articles Referenced: https://community.amd.com/community/amd-corporate/blog/2018/03/21/initial-amd-technical-assessment-of-cts-labs-research...

Duration:00:56:56

Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 11

3/10/2018
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Episode 11 of the Security TL;DR podcast (3/10/2018), hosted by Drew Green, sponsored by G-Factor Security (formerly TJTSec). He discusses the latest news on updates from Intel regarding the Spectre bug affecting all recent Intel CPUs, a SNAFU by a certificate reseller (and a dive into what certificates are and how they are involved with [...]

Duration:00:37:27

Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 10

2/23/2018
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Episode 10 of the Security TL;DR podcast (2/23/2018), hosted by Drew Green and Sam Blevins, sponsored by TJTSec. They discuss the latest bug affecting nearly all Apple devices, an interesting way a piece of malware hid in infected devices and communicated with the controlling attackers, the latest in "IRS Tax Scams", and a bug in [...]

Duration:00:48:05

Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 9

2/16/2018
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This is the ninth episode of the Security TL;DR podcast, hosted by Drew Green and Sam Blevins, sponsored by TJTSec. They discuss the leak of iPhone source code from Apple, a Microsoft bug in Skype, and hardware encrypted flash drives. Articles Referenced: https://www.engadget.com/2018/02/08/crucial-iphone-source-code-posted-in-unprecedented-leak/?sr_source=Facebook https://www.zdnet.com/article/skype-cannot-fix-security-bug-without-a-massive-code-rewrite/

Duration:00:39:35

Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 8

2/9/2018
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This is the eigth episode of the Security TL;DR podcast, hosted by Drew Green and Sam Blevins, sponsored by TJTSec. They discuss the non-technical ramifications of Uber's data breach from 2016, privacy surrounding the influx of IoT devices in homes, and a new IoT framework the Mozilla organization is developing to standardize the way smart [...]

Duration:00:39:50

Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 7

2/5/2018
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This is the seventh episode of the Security TL;DR podcast, hosted by Drew Green and Sam Blevins, sponsored by TJTSec. They discuss a vulnerability in a popular online dating app, some newly discovered vulnerabilities by a friend of Drew, and the security of IoT devices. Articles Referenced: https://threatpost.com/app-flaws-allow-snoops-to-spy-on-tinder-users-researchers-say/129625/ http://www.zdnet.com/article/5-nightmarish-attacks-that-show-the-risks-of-iot-security/...

Duration:00:38:37

Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 6

1/26/2018
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This is the sixth episode of the Security TL;DR podcast, hosted by Drew Green and Sam Blevins, sponsored by TJTSec. They discuss malware identified by the EFF and Lookout Security that has been embedded within fake communications apps, the current state of patching systems to defend against Meltdown & Spectre, an enterprise's impressive recovery after [...]

Duration:00:54:59

Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 5

1/17/2018
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This is the fifth episode of the Security TL;DR podcast, hosted by Drew Green and Sam Blevins, sponsored by TJTSec. They discuss a tool to determine whether your system is patched against Meltdown and Spectre, the state of online privacy and ways to protect yourself from tracking, and a cool way an online service provider [...]

Duration:00:52:57

Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 4 (Meltdown & Spectre)

1/12/2018
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This is the fourth episode of the Security TL;DR podcast, hosted by Drew Green and Sam Blevins. They discuss Meltdown and Spectre, the vulnerabilities affecting CPUs across the world, in one of the most notable security disclosures of modern history. Articles Referenced: https://gizmodo.com/report-all-intel-processors-made-in-the-last-decade-mi-1821728240?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow...

Duration:00:46:29

Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 3

12/27/2017
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This is the third episode of the Security TL;DR podcast, hosted by Drew Green and Sam Blevins. They discuss password management company Keeper filing a lawsuit against a journalist who wrote about a security vulnerability, a security researcher's unsuccessful attempt to collect a bug bounty from Uber, and a new free open source app for [...]

Duration:00:23:13

Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 2

12/20/2017
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This is the second episode of the Security TL;DR podcast, hosted by Drew Green and Sam Blevins. They discuss concerns about not having HTTPS on all pages of a web site, a recent security snafu by Mozilla with their Firefox browser, North Korea's involvement with the WannaCry malware from earlier in 2017, and more. Articles [...]

Duration:00:58:39

Security TL;DR Podcast – Episode 1

12/13/2017
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This is the first episode of the Security TL;DR podcast, hosted by Drew Green (TJTSec) and Sam Blevins. They discuss security, hacking, and current events related to technology.

Duration:00:52:19

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