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May 10, 2016

Do you want to know the inside scoop of Netsparker? Watch us interview Ferruh Mavituna who is in the security industry for well over a decade and his ambition to ease the process of automatically detecting web application vulnerabilities led him to build Netsparker, and pursued it to the point of commercial reality. Ferruh is also the Netsparker’s Product Architect.

May 9, 2016

Our guest on the show will be Sean Metcalf! Sean Metcalf is a Microsoft Certified Master/Microsoft Certified Solutions Master in Directory Services which is an elite group of Active Directory experts. As of 2016, he is also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).

May 9, 2016

Want to find the dirt on Amazon and how they manage security? Apollo Clark discusses user access and how to adhere to the best practices of security.

May 6, 2016

Wonder how safe your comments really are? A 10 year old boy discovers vulnerability in Instagram comments. We have Paul, Apollo, Larry, Joff, and Santarcangelo on the show to debate some sensual topics and about Security!

May 2, 2016

Paul chats with Joff, Carlos, and NotKevin about In the Press: Redmond Magazine published an article on PowerShell security quoting my post on Detecting Offensive PowerShell Attack Tools. They also talk about IT World Canada, and Active Directory attack and defense.

Apr 23, 2016

This week Jeff comes on the show and hosts Jeff's Round Table. He talks about Google Play Music, Jedi Conference, vulnerability management venders, and integrations into asset discovery. All that and more, here on Security Weekly!

Apr 22, 2016

Paul, Jeff, Santarcangelo, and Joff tell bad jokes! They tell about throwing out advice, but having lack of planning. They also talk about breaching and penetration testing.

Apr 21, 2016

Aaron Lyons will be covering the recent sentencing of some malicious insiders, and the creators of the the SpyEye botnet creator.

Apr 17, 2016

This Stories of the week episode 'CyberUL' Launched For IoT, ZDNet, Ars Technica, and Hack the World. All that and more, here on Security Weekly.

Apr 16, 2016

Lee Holmes is the lead security architect of Microsoft's Enterprise Cloud Group, covering Windows Server, Azure Stack, System Center, and Operations Management Suite. He is author of the Windows PowerShell Cookbook, and an original member of the PowerShell development team.

Apr 15, 2016

This Tech Segment is performed, by our own Joff Thyer.

Apr 15, 2016

This week, Beau Bullock discusses in depth about Badlock, WordPress Encryption, WhatsApp End to End Encryption, and AllPorts.Exposed. Stay tuned for more stories from Beau, here on Hack Naked TV.

Apr 14, 2016

This week on Hack Naked TV, Aaron Lyons talks about Badlock, Ransomware, Russian Prison for Hackers, and Ransomware. Check out Beau Bullock's Hack Naked for more in depth detail on Badlock.

Apr 12, 2016

Welcome to another episode of Hack Naked TV recorded April 8th 2016. Aaron covers the Panama Papers, Cyber-Insurance, Ransomware, Hacking Team, and the Pentagon's bug bounty program.

Apr 10, 2016

Paul, Larry, and Apollo talk about their stories about security hacks in China's firewall, malware for your car, and much more!

Apr 9, 2016

This Tech Segment is presented by Apollo Clark. He gives tips on teaching material, the VPN, researching, and self-training. Stay alive for more on Security Weekly!

Apr 8, 2016

We interview James Lyne from SANS. He comes from a background in cryptography but over the years has worked in a wide variety of security problem domains including anti-malware and hacking. James spent many years as a hands-on analyst dealing with deep technical issues and is a self-professed "massive geek".

Apr 7, 2016

This week Paul takes the place of Aaron Lyons who is busy fighting Ninja Lamas. Paul discusses Car future Malware, Ubuntu Patches Kernel Vulnerabilities, OSVDB Shuts Down For Good, Flash zero-day in the wild to be fixed by Adobe, and FBI: $2.3 Billion Lost to CEO Email Scams. Check out the Security Weekly Wiki for more information!

Apr 3, 2016

This week on Stories of the week Paul and Jack Daniels, talk about Live Journal Hit with Angler exploit kit, and FBI investigates hacks against U.S. law firm. They talk about a lot more. Stay tuned to find out, here on Security Weekly.

Apr 2, 2016

This week we talk with Alex Horan from Onapsis. He is a security focused IT professional with strong experience leading and motivating IT teams and departments.

Apr 1, 2016

This week on Hack Naked TV Aaron Lyons talks about FBI vs Apple, the new Android bug, Cisco Firepower/Snort IDS, and ransomware.

Mar 31, 2016

This week on Security Weekly, we talk with Ferruh from Netsparker. He explains how he can scan 1,000 websites simultaneously and what he does with the information he collects from the websites. Ferruh gives advice on threat modeling and how to understand the surface.

Mar 30, 2016

Security Weekly covers the topics of Internet privacy, bugs in CCTV software, a TP-Link firmware block, and much more! Stay tuned.

Mar 29, 2016

On this Tech Segment, Paul talks about Scanning websites with Nmap.

Mar 25, 2016

This week on Hack Naked TV, Aaron Lyons give you the update on Apple vs FBI, iMessage Encryption, FBI's cyber most wanted updated, and Badlock the newest named logo vulnerability.

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