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Now displaying: July, 2015
Jul 31, 2015

Defcon is just around the corner and there is a lot happening in the news. For this special segment, we talk about our plans for Defcon in addition to top stories this week including the self aiming rifle and Windows 10.

Jul 28, 2015

This week on HackNakedTV we talk about StageFright, The Hacking Team and OPM breaches and more.

Jul 18, 2015
This week for stories, we discuss authentication bypass in Siemens SICAM MIC, Adobe patches yet another zero-day, and are you ready for forced automatic updates? We are looking at you, Microsoft.
Jul 18, 2015
This week, we interview Matt Duren who is a technical recruiter for Tenable Network Security. Always looking for talented security engineers, C/C++ engineers, front-end / back-end devs, and security sales folks. If you dig JavaScript, PHP, Linux, or low-level programming, then he wants to hear from you.
Jul 15, 2015
Host Aaron Lyons talks about "Hacker Summer Camp" aka Blackhat, BsidesLV and Defcon conferences, HackingTeam and Adobe Flash.
Jul 12, 2015
This week in news we talk about Hacking team hacked, Adobe patches a zero-day, and new OpenSSL certificate chain vulnerability.
Jul 12, 2015
This week on Paul's Security Weekly, we interview Andrew Hay. Andrew is the Director of Research at OpenDNS where he leads the research efforts for the company.
Jul 4, 2015
For this week in cyber news, we are joined by Apollo Clark in studio mixing drinks. We discuss WiFi sense on Windows 10, why CyberUL is a bad idea (drink), and is Amazon replacing the current TLS library?
Jul 4, 2015
On this week's discussion, we talk about the top 10 reasons to dive into Information Security as a career.
Jul 4, 2015

This week, we interview Shay Chen. He currently runs several large-scale researches, published annually:
1) The WAVSEP vulnerability scanner comparison test-bed and annual benchmark, covering 64 web application vulnerability scanners engines, and currently in its fifth year.
2) The RvR attack-vector classification project (tecapi.com), which aims to compare features of diverse types of infosec products.
3) The upcoming WAFEP test-bed for web application firewalls, already used in upcoming corresponding comparisons.

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