Best Miscreant podcasts we could find (Updated July 2019)
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Bullpen Therapy is a Podcast hosted by comedians and life long degenerates Brian Barganier and Sean Hennessey as they sit down with fellow degenerates scoundrels and miscreants to find out what has landed them in handcuffs and holding cells
 
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Larger Than Life
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In 1960s Los Angeles, after the catastrophic Watts riots, an outsized character emerged — one who found an unexpected way to unite people across race and class. Odds are you’ve never heard of him. From LA Times Studios, the team behind “Dirty John” and “Man in the Window,” comes “Larger Than Life,” a docu-series about Big Willie Robinson, a 6-foot-6, muscle-bound street racer who preached peace a quarter-mile at a time. Cops and criminals, movie stars and miscreants, even Crips and Bloods — ...
 
A podcast that's full of agenda driven nonsense from assorted miscreants and fanzine sorts, by Wigan Athletic fans, for Wigan Athletic fans and any one else we can get hold of.Listen as we take a semi regular journey through the minds of fans for who them men on the pitch are, more often than not, a secondary consideration in their "Matchday experience" and are as likely to be found sourcing craft ales and artisan dried meats than chasing transfer rumours.WARNING: At least some of the footba ...
 
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The CyberWire
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More signal, less noise—we distill the day’s critical cyber security news into a concise daily briefing.
 
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Arts & Seizures
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Arts & Seizures is Heritage Radio’s rogue child, a rambunctious, unfiltered talk and variety show featuring a wide range of high-minded miscreants and rock’n’roll outlaws. Guests include dipsomaniac journalists and James Beard-award winners, comedians, art stars, pro wrestlers, punk rockers, and rule breakers of every stripe. Hosted by notorious author, X-rated raconteur, and internationally known provocateur Mike Edison, Arts & Seizures is indeed the “Fastest Half-Hour on the Internet Today.”
 
Crazy Train of Thought is a weekly show with raucous rants regarding video games, movies, and pop culture by a rotating multitude of misfits and miscreants. JOIN US for the funny side of pop culture. And facepalms. Lots of facepalms.
 
Enjoy what the game developers at Miscreant Studios talk about in their free time.
 
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Pinot Noir
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Private eye (and public nuisance) Spotty Johnson is known for piercing deductions and questionable decision making. Pinot Noir is a scripted mystery podcast . . . performed very, very drunk. Glug glug glug glug.@pinotpodcast
 
Furious Sound is the newest one-stop shop for Hardcore and Punk Rock on Radio Free Satan! Join Citizen Matt as he explores 40 plus years of over and underground music for the perpetually infuriated. Angst. Energy. Chaos. This is Furious Sound!
 
This is Miscast Entertainment, with your hosts, William Davis Moore, Greg, and JJ! Together, this menagerie of miscast miscreants have a combined 30+ years of experience as film critics, movie app creators, book publishers, and cinematographers. Every week, these misfits will make it their mission (should they choose to accept it) to bring you irreverent entertainment reviews, entertainment news, gaming videos, film inspired food and drinks, fun facts, and more! Now get your ass over to YouT ...
 
Stumble into the dark imagination of Dar Qwynd with these quirky shorts that thrill, chill, and mildly titillate-if you are in that sort of mood, of course. The bites and bits of oddity include: "The Sitter" - An obnoxious suburban princess is called by the darkness that bulges beyond the world to claim her terrible birthright. Does she answer the call? "Blankie" - A delightfully morbid tale of a boy-child and his favorite blankie from the void that would drive grown men mad. "The Bayou" - A ...
 
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Blacksite Podcast
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Bring your bug-out-bag and join us - it's a brave new Trump-world and we're here to talk about our sensitive millennial feelings, interview politicos, and organize some liberal uprisings!! Mwahaha!
 
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Hacker Dialogues
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Hacker Dialogues is podcast where pentesters, hackers, blue teamers, and other miscreants join together to chat about breaking things, tell tales from the road, or bring up anything else that might spark an interest. It is hosted by Beau Bullock (@dafthack) and Derek Banks (@0xderuke). There are no scripts, no schedule, and will hopefully not be a complete waste of your time.
 
Welcome to the podcast series called "A DJ's Life" by DJ Sly Bri. Throughout this series, I will play for you the songs and share with you the mixes that defined my long DJ career in the Philly area. And, between the mixes, I will tell you some stories about my life as a DJ and a miscreant in South Philly. The mixes are perfect, no trainwrecks here! Download them all and listen over time. You'll be glad you did.Send me an e-mail at slybri102@yahoo.com with questions, comments, requests, or t ...
 
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Noise Annoys Podcast
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Weekly radio show and podcast focusing on punk, hardcore, metal, reggae, ska and other forms of music for miscreants. Available on iTunes (download), Soundcloud (stream), and Facebook. Like my shitty music? Check out WISHC 99.9FM https://soundcloud.com/999fm
 
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Jerks.
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Jerks never die! They just keep coming back! Ryan and Chris are original members of a long dead podcast called Jerks bringing the beast back to life. Chris has also recruited a new gang of miscreants to create a second show. Releases on Mondays and Fridays.
 
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Noise Sector
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The Noise Sector is a gathering of outstanding hobbyists and miscreants totally devoted to having fun; rolling dice, creating bizarre paint schemes - and causing a rumbling ruckus down-under! Operating out of The House of War (the southern hemispheres biggest tabletop war gaming centre) -- they have become notorious for healthy competition expressed through *MAXIMUM VOLUME*. The Noise Sector is prepared to pledge its allegiance to Warlord Games in order to deliver high impact, high insanity ...
 
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Damn Near Killed 'em
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Comedian and Mistake Enthusiast Rob Speer interviews soldiers, drug dealers, people he's been in a psych ward with, his ex-wife, assorted other miscreants and a man to be known only as Gloryhole Paul.New episodes Thursdays, 9am on RiversEdgePGH.com then posted the next day on iTunes, SoundCloud, and Google Play.Give feedback on Twitter at @rob_speerSupport the show at: PayPal.Me/DamnNearKilledEm
 
Native San Franciscan author and humorist, SK Morton runs the lousiest walking tour in the City. Now he's turned his attention to annoying people on a scale befitting the world wide web. Take a listen and try to guess when SK is lying, telling the truth or just disinterested.
 
Native San Franciscan author and humorist, SK Morton runs the lousiest walking tour in the City. Now he's turned his attention to annoying people on a scale befitting the world wide web. Take a listen and try to guess when SK is lying, telling the truth or just disinterested.
 
Native San Franciscan author and humorist, SK Morton runs the lousiest walking tour in the City. Now he's turned his attention to annoying people on a scale befitting the world wide web. Take a listen and try to guess when SK is lying, telling the truth or just disinterested.
 
Native San Franciscan author and humorist, SK Morton runs the lousiest walking tour in the City. Now he's turned his attention to annoying people on a scale befitting the world wide web. Take a listen and try to guess when SK is lying, telling the truth or just disinterested.
 
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A contractor for Russia’s FSB security agency was apparently breached. NSO Group says its Pegasus software can now obtain access to private messages held in major cloud services. Iranian cyber operations are said to be spiking, and Tehran is paying particular attention to LinkedIn. Colleges and universities are experiencing ERP issues, and a mi ...…
 
Our guest today is Richard A. Clarke, former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection and Counter-terrorism for the United States. Under President George W. Bush he was appointed Special Advisor to the President on cybersecurity. He’s currently Chairman of Good Harbor Consulting. He’s the author or coauthor of several books, ...…
 
Researchers at Guardicore Labs have been tracking an unusual cryptominer that seems to be based in China and is targeting Windows MS-SQL and phpMyAdmin servers. Some elements of the exploit make use of sophisticated components previously associated with nation-state actors. Ophir Harpaz and Daniel Goldberg are members of the Guardicore Labs tea ...…
 
K3chang is out, about, and more evasive than ever. Data breached at Bulgaria’s National Revenue Agency has turned up online in at least one hacker forum. Facebook’s planned Libra cryptocurrency received close scrutiny and a tepid reception on Capitol Hill this week. Emsisoft offers some common-sense reflections on why local governments are attr ...…
 
TrickBot gets some new tricks, and they’re being called Trickbooster. Poisoning the advertising supply chain. Hessian schools will shy away from American cloud services. A novel phishing campaign is technically savvy but gives itself away with broken English phishbait. Congress would like to see Presidential cyberwar instructions. Microsoft war ...…
 
More "Summer Night" chat (geddit?) from the podcast that is best described as "Like a butt dialled answer machine message from 5 blokes getting drunk in the pub". Except there were only four of us as Jimmy, Alan, Chris and Neil pick up where we left them, in Wigan Central and several pints of 6% IPA deep into talking nonsense. Could count as a ...…
 
ALL ABOARD for Crazy Train of Thought brought to you by The Idiot Savants, the podcast with the best and stupidest rants on the internet! Ryan Wolf is joined LIVE from Savant Studios by Nintendo Switch gospel preacher Rev. Oscar “DJ Nintendieso” Guerrero and the internet’s only source for hot anime takes and 5K survival tips rolled into one hum ...…
 
Sprint warns of data breach. Eclypsium announces discovery of server firmware supply chain problems. Bluetooth Low Energy may be less secure than thought. Congress hears about US census cybersecurity. Ransomware and continuity of operations. The FBI offers help decrypting GandCrab-affected files. Venafi on why financial services are especially ...…
 
We're BACK! And we have a special episode for you guys today! We talk to 1/2 of the Irish Goodbye Podcast on GaS Digital the always hilarious Mike Feeney! We talk to Mike about being Juvenile Delinquents, about having Cops in your family and about a real D*ck on the Long Island Expressway! Then Sean and Brian keep the conversation going and it ...…
 
The retirement of GandCrab’s hoods may have been exaggerated. Video conferencing tools RingCentral and Zhumu may have picked up Zoom’s issues in the tech they licensed. Broadcom’s projected acquisition of Symantec is on hold, at least for now. One Silicon Valley executive calls another company “treasonous.” The US FCC wants to reign in robo-cal ...…
 
Big Willie Robinson has a surprising career turn in the entertainment industry, working as an actor, rubbing shoulders with A-listers and appearing in some iconic 1970s films. He even has connections to the “The Fast and the Furious” and “Star Wars” film franchises. Learn more about the story, sign up for new episode alerts and go behind the sc ...…
 
Upgraded voting machines may not be as secure, or as upgraded, as election officials seem to think. Criminals continue to exploit routers in Brazil. A Japanese cryptocurrency exchange shuts down while it investigates a multimillion dollar theft. The Federal Trade Commission fines Facebook $5 billion over privacy issues. Weekend power outages se ...…
 
This week we listen to Varukers, Rated X, 7Seconds, Drazic, The Kreutzer Sonata, Rained In, SPOTS, and more! Since we are hiding from the summer sun anyways, may as well put out an episode of Furious Sound!By Radio Free Satan.
 
Researchers at Netscout's ASERT Team have been tracking the growth of botnets originating in Egypt and targeting routers in South Africa. The payload is a variant of the Hakai DDoS bot. Richard Hummel is threat intelligence manager at Netscout, and he joins us to share their findings. The original research is here: https://www.netscout.com/blog ...…
 
Buhtrap moves from financial crime to cyber espionage. There may have been as many as three distinct US cyber operations against Iran late last month. The US legislative and executive branches continue to try to sort out Constitutional issues surrounding cyber conflict. The US Intelligence Community tell Congress that there are “active threats” ...…
 
GDPR fines and their implications. A reminder about Magecart, and some notes on its recent interest in scanning for unprotected AWS S-3 buckets. Agent Smith (of Guangzhou, not the Matrix) is infesting Android stores with evil twins of legitimate apps. FinSpy is out and about in the wild again. “Daniel Drunz” is the catphish face of a gang that ...…
 
Banned from street racing in L.A. in the early 1970s, Big Willie Robinson becomes fixated with building a racetrack for the Brotherhood of Street Racers. He wants a place where all are welcome — even cops and criminals — but can he pull it off? Learn more about the story, sign up for new episode alerts and go behind the scenes at latimes.com/LTL…
 
Zoom agrees to change what it still sort of regards as a feature and not a bug. Industrial control system vulnerabilities are reported and patched. Microsoft issues seventy-seven fixes on Patch Tuesday. Adobe has a relatively light month for patches. Marriott is hit with a large fine from the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office. An investiga ...…
 
Zoom user security appears to have been sacrificed on the altar of user experience. The fileless Astaroth Trojan is again in circulation, mostly, for now, in Brazil. Torrents are distributing the GoBot2 backdoor. The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office clobbers British Airways with a record fine under GDPR, probably to encourage all the rest ...…
 
In the five years after the 1965 Watts riots, Big Willie Robinson meets the love of his life, gets the car of his dreams, forges ties with the LAPD and starts the Brotherhood of Street Racers. Learn more about the story, sign up for new episode alerts and go behind the scenes at latimes.com/LTL
 
L.A. street racing legend Big Willie Robinson uses cars to heal a city torn apart by racial violence. His larger-than-life exploits touch Hollywood, the Southland’s most notorious gangs and even the Los Angeles Times. Learn more about the story, sign up for new episode alerts and go behind the scenes at latimes.com/LTL…
 
Another ransomware victim pays up. Privilege escalation comes to ransomware. Vendor impersonation scams hit cities, and government impersonation scams hit citizens: be wary of both. Former NSA contractor Hal Martin will be sentenced later this month, with suspected connections with the ShadowBrokers still unresolved. An exploit supply chain is ...…
 
We're BACK!! And it's a B*tchfest! That's right the bullpen boys are back and they are airing grievances.... then that devolves into an all-out b*tchfest about Comedy! There's a lot of inside baseball and a lot of discussion of comedy in smaller markets but most of all we talk about a growing problem in comedy. Make sure you subscribe and revie ...…
 
ALL ABOARD for Crazy Train of Thought brought to you by The Idiot Savants, the only video game podcast starring an actual pirate! Host Ryan Wolf is joined LIVE from Savant Studios by Dark Souls apologist and believer in false open-world games Sammy J Romero! Check a look below at this week’s topics: Sam tells us about camp Sam reacts to Dragon ...…
 
US Cyber Command warns that an Outlook vulnerability is being actively exploited in the wild. Other sources see a connection with Iran. GPS signals are being jammed near Tel Aviv, and Russian electronic activity in Syria is suspected as the cause. A look at the consequences of satellite cyber vulnerabilities. The TA505 gang changes some of its ...…
 
Emily Hase and Nadia Mahallati join us for our special Fourth of July Podcast where we dust off our high school Spanish skills to recap the first democratic debate!
 
Tensions between the US and Iran are likely to find further expression in cyberspace. OceanLotus’s Ratsnif kit isn’t up to the threat actors normally high standards of coding, but it’s plenty good enough. Cyberattacks in the states of Florida and Georgia. Utilities are urged to go lower tech where possible. Magecart skimmer “Inter” is being haw ...…
 
How do you keep The Pie at Night under an hour? We're sure that there used to be an answer to that but, on a warm summer's day in Wigan, with Jimmy, Alan, Chris and Neil retiring to Wigan Central for a "quick chat", there's no effing chance of us remembering what it was. Contains some football chance, but essentially is more about four blokes s ...…
 
This is the true story of a street racer who united Los Angeles — but left behind a tangle of questions. Reported, written and hosted by Daniel Miller from the Los Angeles Times. Premieres July 9.
 
Huawei gets to buy some products from US companies, again. CISA reiterates warnings about the risk of cyberattack from Iran. Considerations about power grid security. Cryptocurrencies draw criminals, and some of the scammers are looking ahead. Australia and New Zealand will conduct a simulation to study ways of removing “abhorrent content” from ...…
 
Synopsys recently published the 2019 edition of their Open Source Security and Risk Analysis (OSSRA) Report, providing an in-depth look at the state of open source security, compliance, and code quality risk in commercial software. Tim Mackey is principal security strategist within the Synopsys Cyber Research Center, and he joins us to share th ...…
 
Yandex says it was hacked with Regin spyware. The Golang cryptominer is spreading, again. And the ShadowGate ransomware crew is newly active with a dangerous drive-by. Three data exposures are reported. London’s Metropolitan Police are in trouble with the Information Commissioner’s Office. A look as tracker behavior. The Verified Badge as a phi ...…
 
We're BACK!!! That's right bitches The Bullpen Boys are back and we have one hell of an episode for you Sean is fresh back from Skankfest and it was WILD!! Brian talks about a hell gig plus we catch up with the boys after a 2-month hiatus! You don't want to miss this episode! Make sure you subscribe and review, Keep up with all things Bullpen a ...…
 
The US cyberattack against Iranian targets remains only indistinctly visible in the information fog of cyberwar. Iran’s APT33 seems to have altered its tactics after its operations against Saudi targets were described by Symantec at the end of March. An insurer and provider of vision and dental benefits investigates a “data incident.” Skids-on- ...…
 
ALL ABOARD for a special episode of Crazy Train of Thought brought to you by The Idiot Savants, the only video game podcast hosted by someone that might not like the Zelda franchise! Host Ryan Wolf is joined LIVE from Savant Studios by Malcolm “Lawn Mower Man” Wilson! Check a look below at this week’s topics: Malcolm tells us the joys of being ...…
 
Sources name a Shi’ite militia aligned with Iran as one target of last week’s US cyberattacks. Myanmar shuts down mobile networks in its Rakhine province, where the Buddhist insurgents of the Arakan Army have been using Facebook for coordination and inspiration. A major spam campaign is distributing LokiBot and NanoCore. Finite State finds bugs ...…
 
Operation Soft Cell was low, slow, patient, and focused, and apparently run from China. Washington and Tehran are woofing at each other, with more exchanges in cyberspace expected. Cyber due diligence is taken increasingly seriously during mergers and acquisitions. Short-sighted design choices affect app security. The US security clearance proc ...…
 
The US is said to have conducted cyberattacks against Iranian targets related to recent Iranian moves in the Gulf. They cyber operations are also said to have been a covert alternative to conventional military strikes. The Atlantic Council describes “Secondary Infektion,” a Russian disinformation campaign that begins obscurely, then depends upo ...…
 
Researchers at Cloudflare have been examining HTTPS interception, a technique that weakens security, and have developed tools to help detect it. Nick Sullivan is head of cryptography at Cloudflare, and he joins to us share their findings. The research can be found here: https://blog.cloudflare.com/monsters-in-the-middleboxes/ The CyberWire's Re ...…
 
Tensions between the US and Iran over tanker attacks, nuclear ambitions, and the downing of a Global Hawk drone seem to be finding expression in cyberspace: Refined Kitten sees to be pawing for some American phish. Facebook tries friction as an alternative to content moderation in damping its abuse in fomenting South Asian violence. Cryptominin ...…
 
Call it Waterbug or call it Turla, the Russian cyber operation has been hijacking Iran’s OilRIg cyber espionage infrastructure. Other cyber campaigns also afflict Middle Eastern targets. A US panel convened by CISA has some recommendations for supply chain security. An ad agency inadvertently exposes sensitive personal data. A bankruptcy filing ...…
 
ALL ABOARD for our continued coverage of E3 2019! The dust has cleared. The smoke settled. Friendships made and broken… And here we come to drudge up all those feelings again! This post-mortem review of gaming’s biggest news event goes down in history as the podcast where The Idiot Savants almost split up. It’s like when The Beatles split up ex ...…
 
More advice to patch BlueKeep, already. Facebook announces its planned launch of a cryptocurrency, Libra, to the accompaniment of considerable acclaim and at least as much skepticism. Updates on alleged power grid cyber operations. Catphishing and the adaptation of traditional espionage craft in the digital age. And cheap sunglasses turn up as ...…
 
Investigation into Argentina’s power failure continues, with preliminary indications suggesting “operational and design errors were responsible for the outage. Russia reacts to reports that the US staged malware in its power grid. Iran says it stopped US cyberespionage. ISIS worries about its vulnerability to BlueKeep. A breach at EatStreet ill ...…
 
The New York Times reports that the US has staged malware in Russia’s power grid, presumably as deterrence against Russian cyberattacks against the US. South America has largely recovered from a large-scale power outage that seems, so far, to have been accidental. An EU report claims that Russian information operations against the EU are increa ...…
 
E3 2019 EXCLUSIVE! ALL ABOARD for our interview with members of Myridian Entertainment! Listen to Executive Producer and Audio Designer Ty Antonietto and Artist Ed Akiyama tell Troy and Ryan their influences for Myridian, their ideas for the game, and their experience working with the Unreal Engine. We played an alpha version of their upcoming ...…
 
Researchers at Zscaler have been tracking look-alike apps in third-party Android app stores that carry malicious code. Deepen Desai is VP of security research and operations and Zscaler, and he joins us to share their findings. The original research can be found here: https://www.zscaler.com/blogs/research/third-party-android-store-sms-trojan T ...…
 
Xenotime is detected snooping around the North American power grid. Hacking groups exploit the Return of the Wizard vulnerability in Exim servers. Hearings on the extradition of WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange have begun. Online gamers are being chased with credential stuffing attacks: they’re after your skins, your accounts, your credit cards. And s ...…
 
Telegram recovers from a distributed denial-of-service attack. No attribution yet, but all the circumstantial evidence points to the Chinese security services. Operation Fishwrap, conducted by parties unknown, is an influence campaign that substitutes olds for news. Aircraft component manufacturer ASCO’s production is hit by ransomware. Hacking ...…
 
The end is here, Miscreants! Join William, JJ, and very special guest Man of Recaps of the YouTube channel Man of Recaps, as they breakdown and explain Season 8 – The Final Season and the… Continue ReadingGAME OF THRONES: SEASON 8 BREAKDOWN | Special Guest MAN OF RECAPS! The post GAME OF THRONES: SEASON 8 BREAKDOWN | Special Guest MAN OF RECAPS ...…
 
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