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Now displaying: September, 2015
Sep 26, 2015

This week on Hack Naked TV Beau talks iOS malware, Kaspersky vulnerabilities in their AV engine and more. Links to all stories are below.


Android Screen Lock Bypass - http://sites.utexas.edu/iso/2015/09/15/android-5-lockscreen-bypass/

iOS malware - https://isc.sans.edu/forums/diary/Detecting+XCodeGhost+Activity/20171/

Zerodium Million Dollar Bug Bounty - https://threatpost.com/zerodium-hosts-million-dollar-ios-9-bug-bounty/114736/

Kaspersky Vulns - http://googleprojectzero.blogspot.co.uk/2015/09/kaspersky-mo-unpackers-mo-problems.html


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Sep 24, 2015

Today in the news we discuss an Apple iOS directory traversal vulnerability in AirDrop. Also in Security News is the Facebook 'Dislike' button. Not to be confused with with a downvote, more along the line of sympathy or empathy. Do you ever wish you could remotely detonate resistors? Well now you can (kind of).

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Sep 18, 2015

This week interview Josh Pyorre from OpenDNS on honeypots and malware. Josh  is a security analyst with OpenDNS. Josh has presented at Defcon, multiple Bsides across the USA and Source Boston.

In this interview, we find Josh's secret weapon against attackers and why he goes second in ass-grabby-grabby.

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Sep 16, 2015

Jack goes full-rant on Windows 10 touch screen changes. If you are still using Yahoo! messenger, you should stop. Also, vote for McAfee bumper stickers and t-shirts will likely surface after his announcement to run for the presidency in 2016.

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Sep 15, 2015

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This week Aaron talks about the Ubiquity email scam, the Excellus BCBS breach, Netflix dumping antivirus, McAfee for President, and more.

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Sep 14, 2015

In our feature interview SANS instructor Micah Hoffman discusses everything from bug bounty programs to better security for your SaaS. Micah is an active member in the NoVAHackers community, writes Recon-ng modules and enjoys tackling issues with the Python scripting language.

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Sep 12, 2015

Welcome to another episode of Hack Naked TV recorded September 11th 2015. We’ll talk more about the Ashley Madison password dump, responsible disclosure to FireEye, and shiny new Android Ransomware. Also as promised on last week's episode, a quick demo of Powershell Empire.

Sep 9, 2015

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This week Aaron talks about the OPM breach, Windows 10 data collection being back-ported, HP no longer sponsoring Pwn2Own, and vulnerabilities in FireEye's products being sold.

 

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Sep 8, 2015

This week Larry and Jack join Paul in studio, Carlos is on via Skype without a shirt and none other than Google-Image-Search-John-Strand joins us...from his car none the less! 

Jack recently gave a talk at B-Sides Cleveland and was approached by a listener on how exactly you should talk to high-level execs about security, the DBIR and more. Then, well, tangents...

 

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Sep 5, 2015

Jack gets into full rant mode in this segment, where we cover some more news about the epic Ashley Madison breach, Smart fridge that gets hacked, and more!

 

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Sep 4, 2015

This week, we talk about a recent article describing how to crack the passwords resulting from the Ashley Madison breach. Paul's prediction of UPnP being used for evil is in the news, this time the bad guys will turn all of your routers into a botnet, a bigger, better, faster botnet.

 

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Sep 4, 2015

No seriously, Jack was in rare form: Uplifting, sympathetic, offering help, and dare I say trying to be positive! After 45 minutes of this, we just wanted the old Jack back...

 

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Sep 3, 2015

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This week Aaron talks about the Ubiquity email scam, the resignation of the Ashley Madison CEO, the NSA’s bulk collection extension, NSA backdooring encryption and MORE!

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