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Risky Business is a weekly information security podcast featuring news and in-depth interviews with industry luminaries. Launched in February 2007, Risky Business is a must-listen digest for information security pros. With a running time of approximately 50-60 minutes, Risky Business is pacy; a security podcast without the waffle.
 
The Fragmented Podcast is a podcast for Software Developers hosted by Donn Felker and Kaushik Gopal. Our goal is to help you become a better Software Developer. We chat about topics such as Testing, Dependency Injection, Patterns and Practices, useful libraries, and much more. We will also be interviewing some of the top developers out there. Subscribe now and join us on the journey of being a Software Developer.
 
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This month we chat about Contracts, Conferences and colonies, CLion and const (east), and a round-up the Russian Coat Check Algorithm, ReSharper-C++, return types and ridding C++ of macros. Links from this episode: C++ Annotated - March 2021 - If you prefer the same material in blog form Improving Print Logging with Line Pos Info & Modern C++ CLion…
 
In this episode, Donn talks about the best way to learn a new technology from the ground up. Want to learn something new? This episode is for you. You'll learn Donn's proven 5-step methodology for learning new technology. This is the same method Donn has used for over 2 decades of learning new technology. We hope it helps you. Shownotes The 5 Steps…
 
Your browser does not support the audio element. Download In this episode, Donn talks about the best way to learn a new technology from the ground up. Want to learn something new? This episode is for you. You’ll learn Donn’s proven 5-step methodology for learning new technology. This is the same method Donn has used for over 2 decades of learning n…
 
Your browser does not support the audio element. Download In this episode, Donn talks about the best way to learn a new technology from the ground up. Want to learn something new? This episode is for you. You’ll learn Donn’s proven 5-step methodology for learning new technology. This is the same method Donn has used for over 2 decades of learning n…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: Ubiquiti insider blows whistle on breach Cyber insurer ransomwared Project Zero burned a Western counterterrorism operation Australian parliament, media, politicians all under attack Executive Order would require vendors to notify US government of inciden…
 
In this episode, Donn returns for a solo episode to talk about his thoughts on Quality over Quantity and why it's important to software development and productivity in general. Shownotes What is being "in Flow"? - Learn more Contact @fragmentedcast or our Youtube channel @donnfelker and donnfelker (on Instagram) Consulting for Mobile Developers (Do…
 
Your browser does not support the audio element. Download In this episode, Donn returns for a solo episode to talk about his thoughts on Quality over Quantity and why it’s important to software development and productivity in general. Shownotes What is being “in Flow”? – Learn more Contact @fragmentedcast or our Youtube channel @donnfelker and donn…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: REvil demands US$50m from Acer in ransomware attack Shell added to Accellion victim list Governments banding together to tackle ransomware BEC theft hits $1.8bn in 2021: FBI Exchange tyre fire is, surprisingly, almost under control MORE Remediant’s Paul L…
 
This is a wholly sponsored podcast brought to you by Okta. In this interview we chat with Marc Rogers, the executive director of Cybersecurity at Okta. The question that we’re exploring in this interview is whether or not we’ve managed to move the infosec needle since the Chinese government hacked Google back during the Operation Aurora attacks of …
 
Migrating AMD modules to ES Modules and TypeScript is not a small task for a large codebase. Rene Rubalcava from the ArcGIS team shares their experience of upgrading thousands of lines of code and publishing raw ESM without stopping feature work. We also touch on how some of our “new” build tools are coming full […] The post Episode 59 – Modules, M…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: The latest on the Exchange tyre fire Lawmakers in the USA have had enough of Microsoft’s ridiculous licensing tiers White House mulls software security rating system Joseph Cox’s SMS adventures Things didn’t quite work out for APT6920 Arson Cats Much, muc…
 
In this month's round-up we cover the latest C++ committee plenary session, what's been approved to go into the C++23 standard, other proposals being worked on, news about Concepts and Modules, Clang Power Tools, Postfix completions in CLion and the C & C++ browser Search Extension Links from this episode: C++ Annotated - February - If you prefer t…
 
This podcast was made possible thanks to the support of the Hewlett Foundation’s Cyber Initiative. They’ve provided us with grant funding so we can do feature podcasts that will be of interest to people working in policy roles. The idea is educate people working in policy about issues that they’re in a position to do something about. In this interv…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: All the Exchange boxes on the planet have pretty much been owned lol See above Someone’s hacking Russian crime forums The Accellion scandal keeps on truckin’ Dependency confusion attacks are going berserk in the wild Gab got owned. Again. John McAfee is i…
 
In this episode, we talk to acclaimed Android developer Joaquim Verges. He recently embarked on a journey of making is laptop not burn like a furnace when using Android Studio. He landed up on this unknown effort by Jetbrains called Projector and seems to have found programmer Nirvana. Listen to his adventures. Shownotes How to Run Android Studio o…
 
Your browser does not support the audio element. Download In this episode, we talk to acclaimed Android developer Joaquim Verges. He recently embarked on a journey of making is laptop not burn like a furnace when using Android Studio. He landed up on this unknown effort by Jetbrains called Projector and seems to have found programmer Nirvana. Liste…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: Chinese APT crew goes berserk with Exchange 0day Russia hacks Ukraine and USA, India hacks China, China hacks India The NYTimes got something big wrong again (shock horror) CANVAS exploit pack leaks, including their sweet, sweet Spectre exploit Atlantic C…
 
This is a sponsored podcast featuring ExtraHop’s co-founder and CTO Jesse Rothstein. ExtraHop is a Network Detection and Response (NDR) vendor that started out offering network health and monitoring tools before being pulled into the security space by its own customers. Jesse joined host Patrick Gray to talk about the SolarWinds compromise from a N…
 
WSL transforms the python projects can be developed on Windows. Better support for WSL on PyCharm, and the IntelliJ platform in general is highly anticipated, but it seems like there are some blockers on the way. So, in this episode, we sit down with the people behind WSL and Remote Interpreters to understand why this problem is not as easy as it s…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: USA floats new sanctions against Russia TikTok, WeChat get stay of execution Dependency confusion is ugh US indicts Lazarus crypto-thieves France ties Sandworm crew to Centreon intrusion MORE This week’s show is brought to you by Thinkst Canary. Thinkst’s…
 
Have you ever considered IDE Typescript support? On this month’s podcast Anthony and Sam interview special guest Andrey Starovoyt from JetBrains on what Typescript support an IDE can offer, integrating Typescript with Webstorm, and…Diet Coke sponsorship? Join us on this typetacular adventure! The post Episode 58 – The IDEas of JetBrains appeared fi…
 
Recent attacks by SVR against US targets have mostly been written up under the moniker of the “SolarWinds campaign”. In our view, that’s inaccurate. The defining characteristic of this campaign wasn’t the SolarWinds supply chain stuff, it’s was the abuse of Microsoft cloud services. My understanding of how contemporary cloud services work isn’t act…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: The latest on the attempted Florida water poisoning incident How to abuse Google Sync services for great victory Why Signal’s TLS proxies for Iranians are probably a bad idea OG username brokers targeted by social media legal army Much, much more This wee…
 
Another round-up of community and committee news from the start of a new year. Links from this episode: C++ Annotated - January - If you prefer the same material in blog form Faster C++ Iteration Builds - From the Microsoft Blog Global Data Flow Analysis - From the EAP announcement on the CLion Blog P0447 - std::colony - Introduction of std::colony…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: Emotet is… gone? Accellion FTAs were owned everywhere, not just in ANZ US courts air-gap sensitive filings in wake of Holiday Bear attacks iOS 14 brings iMessage security improvements Much, much more Proofpoint’s Sherrod DeGrippo is this week’s sponsor gu…
 
Your browser does not support the audio element. Download Anvil is a Kotlin compiler plugin that makes your life a tad bit easier when using Dagger 2. In this episode we talk to Ralf Wondratschek from Square who created the library and open sourced it for all of us. After touching on some of the basics, Ralf dives into the thinking behind Anvil and…
 
Your browser does not support the audio element. Download Anvil is a Kotlin compiler plugin that makes your life a tad bit easier when using Dagger 2. In this episode we talk to Ralf Wondratschek from Square who created the library and open sourced it for all of us. After touching on some of the basics, Ralf dives into the thinking behind Anvil and…
 
Anvil is a Kotlin compiler plugin that makes your life a tad bit easier when using Dagger 2. In this episode we talk to Ralf Wondratschek from Square who created the library and open sourced it for all of us. After touching on some of the basics, Ralf dives into the thinking behind Anvil and how it evolved into the tool it is today. It's filled wit…
 
These Soap Box editions of the show are wholly sponsored, which means everyone you hear in one of these editions, paid to be here. This edition of the show is brought to you by Material Security. Basically what they do is lock up your cloud-based email. They use Google and Microsoft’s APIs to redact sensitive information from your mail spool – or e…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: DPRK offers free 0day to researchers, with a pretty significant catch SonicWall gets owned because it runs SonicWall gear. Big mistake. Chinese trains didn’t stop running because Flash died :( Dominion to sue Rudy Giuliani for $1.3bn over insecurity claim…
 
On this week’s show Dmitri Alperovitch, Sherrod DeGrippo and Joe Slowik join host Patrick Gray to talk through the week’s news: MalwareBytes the latest victim in the increasingly poorly-named “SolarWinds campaign” FireEye issues helpful guidance, tools, to help orgs detect “golden SAML” and related techniques Rob Joyce, Anne Neuberger, Michael Sulm…
 
Joe Slowik and Katie Nickels are guest co-hosts in this week’s edition of the show. They join Patrick Gray to talk about: Mimecast having some stolen certificate, errr, “problems” The confusing reports about JetBrains Analysis of the malware used in the SolarWinds campaign Australian man arrested in Germany and charged with running DarkMarket The G…
 
These Soap Box editions of the show are wholly sponsored. If that’s not your thing and you’re looking for the weekly news edition of the show, just scroll one show back in your feed. This soap box edition is brought to you by AttackIQ. They make a Breach and Attack Simulation platform that’s designed to test the effectiveness of your security contr…
 
On this week’s show, Patrick Gray talks to Joe Slowik and Dmitri Alperovitch about the APT campaign that impacted the US government and FireEye via SolarWinds’ supply chain. Alex Stamos also joins the show to chime in more generally on supply chain interference before discussing some other news, like: Apple losing (most of) its case against Corelli…
 
This month we talk about more news from around the C++ community - with a distinctly 20s theme. You can watch the show on YouTube, listen to it as a podcast, or read it as a C++ Annotated post on the CLion blog.You can even subscribe to the text format as the C++ Annotated newsletter. Links from this episode: 20 years of LLVM - LLVM started 20 year…
 
On this week’s show Patrick and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: FireEye’s Very Bad Week Russian bears all up in your VMwares Chris Krebs sues Trump campaign Foxconn ransomware So much more Proofpoint’s Ryan Kalember is this week’s sponsor guest. He joins the show to talk about their rather different approach to DLP and ins…
 
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