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Best Spoof podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Spoof podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Interviews with people who have transitioned and got jobs in #infosec and #cybersecurity so you can learn and be inspired from their experience. There is no linear path into the field of Information Security, so the hope is that you will resonate with at least one of the guests. Some of my guests were teachers, paralegals, librarians, military vets, developers, and IT help desk techs (to name a few) before transitioning. Also featuring "spoof" ads poking fun at the industry.
 
My name is John David Booter. I am not a podcaster. In fact, I've never made a podcast. I am an award winning documentary filmmaker from Davistown, Pennsylvania who has never made a film. Done Disappeared is an investigative podcast made entirely by me, John David Booter and hosted by me, John David Booter. Follow us on twitter @DoneDisappeared or find us on Facebook- facebook.com/donedisappeared. Perhaps you'll support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/donedisappeared Send inquiries an ...
 
WhiskeyBoy Radio is a #comedy / variety show, broadcasting out of Fort Worth #Texas. Playing local music and talking about current events, #news, #entertainment, and more. We are a podcast with an outrageous cast, edgy topics and we feature the best in new unsigned artists! We have regular comedy bits, prank calls, local music, bizarre news from around the globe and solutions to our listeners' problems! Call in at 972-853-1359 or visit our site at www.whiskeyboyradio.com
 
Welcome to brainED comedy, the home of the edu-comedy podcast. We've taken everything that's funny about the world of education and put it into an easy-to-listen-to podcast. Listen to the brand spanking new sketch show: Edu-Land. Or hear our very first podcast, spoof professional development series 'Heading for Headship' - including the 'HFH special reports'. Enjoy our #15MinuteFunny edu-comedy sitcom 'The Staff Room'. Discover our ever-expanding series of satirical shorts: 'Inside the DfE'. ...
 
The story of the world's most secret agents...the backups. For the first time in his career, Special Agent Chet Phillips has discovered that he can choose NOT to accept a mission! That means there's no choice but to send in the "B Team": A nervous pencil pusher promoted to the field, a computer hacker working off her sentence, a fading former sitcom star and a recently reassigned White House intern. A full cast comedy audio adventure with a new episode debuting each month!
 
American Comedy Horror Story is a self-contained audio (comedy) drama. This season, grab some hot cocoa and a creepy doll as we follow mediums, Claire and Olivia, on their journey through "Orphanage." Will they survive? What happens during Sunshine Time? Exactly how many consumption jokes can two people make? All of the questions you're *dying* to ask shall be answered. Warning: There are multiple deaths throughout the season...some may or may not involve children and/or religious figures.
 
A humorous video podcast from CartoonSmart.com. Topics will include: iOS / tvOS game development with Xcode, Swift and Sprite Kit, plus anything to do with illustration, character design, animation, or Adobe software (Flash / Animate in particular). These are a bit of a spoof on our usual material (okay, very much a spoof), but we dare you NOT to learn at least something in these videos tutorials. Videos range from 30mb to 50mb (relatively small).
 
Lurksquad Films have been making sketch comedy videos for the past decade and have recently been getting recognition for their work. They just had their MTV Scarred Spoof recently featured on Nick Cannon's Short Circuitz on MTV and have had videos featured on The9 at Yahoo and Myspace. Lurksquad consists of Nick Spears, Chris Marquis, Adam Marquis, Garrett Lynn, and Mark Magid. All videos are written, directed, and produced by Lurksquad Films. Laugh it up.
 
From the silky-smooth vocal cords of GrumpyFILMS comes SKETCH POD...riding out of the West to rescue your ears (and the rest of you, if you're willing to come along) from the drudgery of work-a-day podcasting. A frothy mélange of sketch, storytelling, and chit-chat (with a tasty, audio-only center), allow us to marginally occupy your attention for these all-too-brief fifteen minutes!
 
An 1883 tongue-in-cheek spoof of manners and mannerisms of “society”. ‘the “Open Sesame” to that jealously-guarded realm,—good society,—in which you aspire to circulate freely and shine with becoming luster…. And I, the author of this code of warnings, as truly say unto you, that a contemptuous disregard of the same will be likely to lead you into mortification and embarrassment, if not into being incontinently kicked out of doors…. It will be, in truth, a bosom companion in the happiest sen ...
 
Short stories and skits of varying lengths and writing styles are narrated, performed and dramatized by skilled actors. Either choose them at random, or select your favorite literary genre according to your mood. Crime Without Grime may be lighthearted or murder most foul; The Spouse Trap covers marital discord which may be funny or may be dark; Life In The Slow Lane offers anecdotal stories from suburbia that may make you laugh – or cry, while Wannarbee Bond is a pulp fiction spoof with ove ...
 
The Third Person is an amusing spoof on spooking. The 'ghostly man about the house' in whom two increasingly competitive maiden ladies come to take a proprietary interest is as unlikely to inspire terror as the wraith in one of James's earliest tales. The anticlimactic crisis may need a footnote for younger readers: a Tauchnitz was an unauthorized continental paperback edition of a british or american book which, purely for copyright reasons, was not supposed to be brought back to England. T ...
 
Fascinating and brilliant at many levels, Huxley's spoof of Lady Ottoline Morrell's famous bohemian gatherings is difficult to categorize. The ironic tone and caricaturish rendering of some characters makes it partly entertaining satire, but intertwined with the irony are a very human love story and much poignant social commentary. Denis Stone (Huxley himself) is a young poet hopelessly enamored of the languid Anne Wimbush, who comes to Priscilla Wimbush's Crome estate for several weeks of i ...
 
"M-Towne: Where Murder Happens" is a narrative podcast companion series to the NBC summer comedy "Trial & Error: Lady, Killer." Hosted by podcast producer character Nina Rudolph, "M-Towne" parallels the on-air season, exploring juicy details in the murder case of Lavinia Peck-Foster, the honorary matriarch of the small Southern town of East Peck. Parodying podcasts like "Serial," "M-Towne: Where Murder Happens" pokes fun at all the tropes of the true crime podcast genre in this hilarious, ye ...
 
Part I. The Story of Rollo; Mr. Holliday knows all there is to know about raising children, or at least he thinks he does. His attempts to train his son, Rollo, "in the way he should go," are well-meant, but hilariously unsuccessful--or are they? I believe this is a sort of spoof of the “Rollo” series for children, that was written by Jacob Abbot in the mid 19th century. The characters have the same names and the chapters have a little Q&A at the end like the Abbot books, except these are de ...
 
NuzBox is the home of The Curmudgeons: Doc Normal and Jason Allen. The views, opinions and conclusions expressed in this show are those of the creator, organization or guests and not necessarily those of NuzBox, it’s staff or its officers and trustees. The show has not been reviewed or approved by NuzBox and the creator, organization or guests is solely responsible for its content. Any resemblance to persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental or is intended purely as a satire, parody ...
 
Culturama is a spoof arts and culture review show, exploring the often pretentious, often ludicrous world of the arts. Join Andrew Rhamsey and Robin McDumphrey as they take you on a journey through art, literature, film and theatre.Created, written and performed by Jack Buckley & Dan Bolland
 
BBC Radio 4 sitcom by Mark Evans broadcast in 30 episodes from 2007 to 2012. A spoof of Charles Dickens' novels and other well-known works, set in the Victorian world of ludicrously elaborate etiquette and unhelpful new inventions. Rollicking good fun performed with great gusto by Tom Allen, Anthony Head, Sarah Hadland, Celia Imrie, David Mitchell and others.
 
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Was Tropic Thunder the last great Mel Brooks style parody film? If we could rid this world of anything, what would it be? Are bees really endangered or is it a lie from Big Bee? Are deepfakes introducing a huge issue with the reliability of video evidence? What's the deal with OnlyFans? Why was Billy Mays such a perfect salesman? All this and more …
 
In December 2019, the GOLD VILLAGE threat group that operates the Maze ransomware created a public website to name and shame victims. The threat actors used the website to dump data they exfiltrated from victims' networks before they deployed the ransomware. Secureworks Counter Threat Unit (CTU) researchers have observed several ransomware operator…
 
Welcome to the show, friends... we've got a fun one for you this week!!! Today’s podcast is powered by Pod Decks! Use promo code “DJMATT” for 10% off at PodDecks.com Wassup? - Memorial Day weekend already - I’m exhausted... I keep staying up for 20+ hours. - So I did a charity telethon.. - TWO FACED PEOPLE. - Indiana Jones Films - Movies with your …
 
Indonesia’s election database has leaked, and PII is for sale in the dark web. Phishing campaigns abuse Firebase. The Shiny Hunters are selling Mathway user records. US agencies warn of COVID-19-themed criminal campaigns. Contact tracing technology hits a rough patch. Johannes Ullrich from SANS on phishing PDFs with incremental updates. Our guest i…
 
Here we are for episode 339! This time Mr Yeti is joined by Martin H from Round The Archives to discuss the big pop hits in the UK and USA way back in 1960 and 1961! We're full of Elvis chat and all manner of trivia back in a time before The Beatles! Ikk also has some important singing to do! Our next episode, #340 sees us exploring all manner of d…
 
Website defacements in Israel may be hacktivist work. Iranian cyberespionage against Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. The latest evolution of ZeuS. The Winnti Group is still hacking, and it still likes stealing in-game commodities. Contact tracing during the pandemic proves harder than many thought it would be. Economic trends for the security sector as it…
 
Cyber spies steal prototype missile data. Others hack into South Asian telecoms, and still others go after easyJet passengers’ travel data. Cyberattacks, misinformation, and cyber fraud continue to follow the COVID-19 pandemic. Joe Carrigan weighs in on the Thunderspy vulnerability. Our guest is James Dawson with insights on DMARK threats and why i…
 
Here we are for episode 338! This time on the show we go "almost" LIVE and this time we have two very special guests - Andrew and Lisa from Round The Archives join us for May's LIVE edition. We cover all the usual business and do a special science-y quiz. Ikk receives a thank you note from our good pal Adam from Foul Monkeys and Cromitty and Yeti U…
 
Foreign intelligence services attribute a recent cyberattack on an Iranian port to Israeli operators. EasyJet discloses a breach of passenger information. Verizon’s annual Data Breach Report is out, and it finds more errors than it does exploits. A look at the Dark Web during the pandemic. US authorities warn local law enforcement to watch for misi…
 
European supercomputers were hacked by cryptominers. UK electrical power distributor recovers from its cyberattack. A database containing personal data related to the EU Parliament is found exposed. REvil says it’s got the celebrity goods, but has yet to show its hand. The US and China move into a new round of trade and security conflict. Justin Ha…
 
Section 52, CyberX’s threat intelligence team, has uncovered an ongoing industrial cyberespionage campaign targeting hundreds of manufacturing and other industrial firms primarily located in South Korea. CyberX has identified more than 200 compromised systems from this campaign, including one belonging to a multi-billion dollar Korean conglomerate …
 
Here we are for episode 337! This time Paul and Nick discuss some of their favourite books - not to mention a couple that they wrote themselves! Please note: This episode was recorded over Skype during quarantine and there are a number of slight glitches in the sound - but otherwise it is unaffected and perfectly listenable. Our next episode, #338 …
 
Welcome to the show today, peeps... we’ve got some changes and lots of fun!! Today’s podcast is powered by Pod Decks! Use promo code “DJMATT” for 10% off at PodDecks.com TOPICS: Podcasts we listen to. Buying a house. Nostalgic movies from childhood. What do you miss from childhood? Grilling out. Listener Emails. Pod decks. Go visit our website at W…
 
More malware designed for air-gapped systems. A British utility sustains a ransomware attack. The US Cyberspace Solarium Commission sees lessons in the pandemic for cybersecurity. Contact-tracing technologies take a step back,maybe a step or two forward. Rob Lee from Dragos comparing the state of ICS security around the world, our guest is Ian Pitt…
 
ARCHER goes offline after a security incident. Scammers smish victims with bogus contact-tracing messages. Ramsay malware goes after air-gapped systems. Ako ransomware now places a surcharge on deletion of stolen data. Google boots creepware apps with the help of the CreepRank algorithm. Johannes Ullrich explains that when it comes to malicious bin…
 
Here we are for episode 336! This time on the show Toppie Smellie arrives for a friendly visit only to find that Yeti Uncle John is considering quitting magic. As if this wasn't enough the other regulars are convinced that Paul might be a robot and Ikk wants everybody to take a peep into his space-age device which allows them to see Bettina and Aun…
 
Hello! Wanted to let you know I'm creating daily (almost) videos on YouTube called Getting Into Infosec BITES: https://www.youtube.com/c/gettingintoinfosec Please like, subscribe, and spread the word. The best thing you can do to support this media is to spread the word and let others know. Thanks! Links: Site: http://gettingintoinfosec.com/ Book: …
 
Ransomware continues to steal personal information. Notes on Patch Tuesday--and please, by all means patch. The FBI says it’s investigating cyberespionage directed against COVID-19 researchers (and US officials see direct data corruption in espionage). And the AI doesn’t really know what to make of us any more. Joe Carrigan from JHU ISI on Twitter’…
 
Unattributed cyberattacks in an Iranian port prompt speculation that a broader cyberwar in the Middle East may be in the offing. CISA releases malware analysis reports on North Korea’s Hidden Cobra. Astaroth malware grows more evasive (and it was already pretty good at hiding). Texas courts sustain a ransomware attack. COVID-19 espionage warnings a…
 
A cyberattack with kinetic effect. Shiny Hunters post more stolen wares online. Thunderspy and evil maids. Some developing background to the US bulk power state-of-emergency Executive Order. Contact tracing apps: reliability, privacy, security, familiarity, and rates of adoption all raise questions. The economic consequences of the pandemic emergen…
 
Here we are for episode 335! This time Nick and Paul catch up and also dabble in some rather obscure 80s music trivia! All this and Paul hands over the middle of the show to Nick who introduces us to an old friend, Georgina who steers him through a some of her favourite martial arts films! Thanks to Aly G who you may also hear in the background dur…
 
Multiple media reports have indicated that the United States’ (U.S.) 2020 general election could be targeted by foreign and domestic actors after the successful cyber and misinformation attacks during the 2016 general election. The responsibility of secure and ethical online campaigning has become a central issue in the 2020 election. In some cases…
 
Naikon has returned from four years in the shadows to snoop around the shores of the South China Sea. Tencent trains censorship algorithms on WeChat. Snake ransomware is back, making its way through the healthcare sector. Seeing Charming Kitten's pawprints in World Health Organization networks. Voting security during (or even after) a pandemic. Mal…
 
A new Monero miner is out and about. Hidden Cobra is pushing a RAT through a Trojanized two-factor authentication app. The rise and fall of a botnet. Markets, criminal and legitimate, react to the pandemic. Ransomware hits Taiwan. Remcos is resurgent. Michael Sechrist from BAH on where things are headed with ransomware, our guest is Rachael Stockto…
 
The Last of Us: Part 2 had a massive leak and we can't not talk about it. (Don't worry. No spoilers.) Also, Kim Jong Un survived?!? Are Orcs in fantasy supposed to be black people? A spirited debate about diversity in media and what games, movies, etc did representation without talking down to their audiences. Is Assassin's Creed getting better or …
 
Facebook reports on the coordinated inauthenticity it took down in April. Investigations into COVID-19’s origins continue, as does medical espionage. Contact tracing’s challenges. Joe Carrigan from JHU ISI on recent flaws in antivirus products, our guests are Laura Deimling and Courtney Wandeloski from Down To Staff on interviewing tips for employe…
 
A pretty Fancy Bear hunt in Germany. A new IoT botnet surfaces. Cryptojackers exploit a Salt bug. Bribing an insider as a way to get personal data. The UK’s NCSC and the US CISA issue a joint warning about campaigns directed against institutions working on a response to COVID-19. Britain’s contact tracing app starts its trial on the Isle of Wight. …
 
Here we are for episode 334! This time Bettina is in hospital and receives visitors - Yeti Uncle John visits Tallulah Twinklehorn and eats her out of house and home - and Ikk gets his tentacles out to help Paul clear his blocked lug-holes! We have a special guest in this edition and would like to thank him very much - he knows who he is! We also ha…
 
A US Executive Order on Securing the United States Bulk-Power System declares a state of emergency in electricity generation and distribution. China’s disinformation about COVID-19 may have begun in the earliest stages of the pandemic. Someone’s hacking for information on British biomedical research. Xiaomi seems very interested in users of its pho…
 
Passwords are the traditional authentication methods for computers and networks. But passwords can be stolen. Biometric authentication seems the perfect solution for that problem. Our guest today is Craig Williams, director of Talos outreach at Cisco. He'll be discussing and providing insights into their report which shows that fingerprints are goo…
 
Tensions between China and its neighbors. ICS incursions are troubling. The US intelligence community comments on COVID 19 disinformation. The FBI tracks increased cybercrime activity during the pandemic. Johannes Ullrich explains Excel 4 Macro vulnerabilities. Our guest is Tina C. Williams-Koroma, from TCecure on the importance of strong, effectiv…
 
We've got a LIVE one for ya today folks... Matt and Chrys discuss the topics de jour and have some crazy laughs! The show is WAY too full of masturbation and penis references, but sometimes that's just how life is! We have jokes, news, cussing kids, really bad 90s Christian rock, a Frat Party, music, and so much more! Music from Krash Rover & Movin…
 
Ransomware not only encrypts and steals data, but establishes persistence as well. Apple and Google roll out their exposure notification API. GCHQ will help secure Britain’s centralized contact tracing system. A conspiracy-minded motive for doxing. Criminal markets and criminal enterprises continue to mimic legitimate ones. And a new wrinkle in mob…
 
Here we are for episode 333! Please note: the events were recorded before the recent sighting of Dameus at the airport - and also long before lock-down! This time Bettina asks Paul to read a newly written poem at a charity event; part-sponsored by Control Incorporated! Meanwhile, The Regulars have all been receiving curious messages from Dameus - b…
 
Kim Jong Un is Kim Jong Underground?!? What does that mean for the universe? Jeff Goldblum cancelled over reasonable question at a drag show? Alinity finally suspended from Twitch after dodging consequences for months? What are the most overrated games? Injecting bleach and disinfectant to stop Corona? Dream amnesia? How Call of Duty infected the F…
 
Researchers see a coming shift in tactics used by Chinese “content farmers.” Amplifying disinformation through influencers and other agents of influence. PhantomLance is a quiet and selective Vietnamese cyber espionage campaign. Lawful intercept and contact tracing apps. And the black market for malware is surprisingly open, cheap, and attentive to…
 
Shade ransomware operators close down, or so they say. A US pharmaceutical company is the victim of CLOP ransomware, and a Chinese medical research firm is breached by cyber criminals. Centralized versus decentralized approaches to contact tracing. A GDPR assistance site proves leaky. Disinformation breeds misinformation which breeds folly that bri…
 
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