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On this week’s show Adam Boileau and Patrick Gray discuss the week’s news:
- The NSA isn’t that interested in phone metadata anymore
- More Chinese mass surveillance data leaks
- Chelsea Manning, David House subpoenaed over Wikileaks
- Quadriga cold wallets were actually empty at time of founder’s death
- NSA deployed “rm -rf / shark” at Internet Research Agency
- HackerOne follows Bugcrowd into pentesting
- NSA releases Ghidra
- Much, much more!
This week’s sponsor interview is with Chris Kennedy, AttackIQ’s CISO and VP of customer success. And we’ll be talking about a few things really, like about how continuous validation of security controls like monitoring is a good thing. Everyone uses software like Tenable to verify patching, why not do the same for your monitoring?
- The NSA has reportedly stopped data-mining Americans' phone and SMS records / Boing Boing
- House aide: NSA has shut down phone call record surveillance | Ars Technica
- China’s “democracy” includes mandatory apps, mass chat surveillance | Ars Technica
- China claims detained Canadians formed spy link
- As Trump and Kim Met, North Korean Hackers Hit Over 100 Targets in U.S. and Ally Nations - The New York Times
- Disclosing Subpoena for Testimony, Chelsea Manning Vows to Fight - The New York Times
- WikiLeaks Veteran: I ‘Cooperated’ With Feds ‘in Exchange for Immunity’
- Mystery as Quadriga crypto-cash goes missing - BBC News
- NSA’s top policy advisor: It’s time to start putting teeth in cyber deterrence | Ars Technica
- US wiped hard drives at Russia's 'troll factory' in last year's hack | ZDNet
- Vulnerability exposes location of thousands of malware C&C servers | ZDNet
- Former Hacking Team Members Are Now Spying on the Blockchain for Coinbase - Motherboard
- Coinbase Says Ex-Hacking Team Members Will ‘Transition Out’ After Users Protest - Motherboard
- HackerOne thinks its freelance hackers can conduct penetration tests better than actual pentesting companies
- New Software Helps to Mitigate Supply Chain Management Risk > National Security Agency | Central Security Service > Article View
- Hacker Fantastic on Twitter: "Ghidra opens up JDWP in debug mode listening on port 18001, you can use it to execute code remotely 🤦♂️.. to fix change line 150 of support/launch.sh from * to 127.0.0.1 https://t.co/J3E8q5edC7"
- Backstory: An Alphabet Moon Shot Wants to Store the Security Industry's Data | WIRED
- BlackBerry Cylance Delivers First Proactive Behavioral Analytics Solution with CylancePERSONA
- Martijn Grooten on Twitter: "Shamir is of course right in his criticism of strict US visa procedures, but to add a sobering perspective, we have had speakers who couldn't get a visa when we had our conference in the US, Canada and the EU. For most of the world, visas for the West are really hard.… https://t.co/HRXh1Vr5pt"
- W3C finalizes Web Authentication (WebAuthn) standard | ZDNet
- Hackers have started attacks on Cisco RV110, RV130, and RV215 routers | ZDNet
- Researchers uncover ring of GitHub accounts promoting 300+ backdoored apps | ZDNet
- Google Reveals "BuggyCow," a Rare MacOS Zero-Day Vulnerability | WIRED
- Adobe releases out-of-band update to patch ColdFusion zero-day | ZDNet
- PoC Buffer Overflow exploitation in the British Airways Entertainment System | LinkedIn
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