Sep 09 2008
Rich is back after a week at the Democratic National Convention and a week of vacation with his wife. He’s been out of touch between being in Denver and being off the coast of Alaska. He’d also just arrived home a couple of hours before we started recording, so tonight’s show is short, sweet and to the point. Which is probably for the best, since there were privacy issues up for discussion; I was barely able to keep Captain Privacy at bay.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 119, September 9, 2008
- Law prof warns against the coming ISP privacy apocalypse – I don’t feel quite so paranoid any more.
- Attack code released for SCADA software vulnerability – Another industry is learning that security by obscurity doesn’t work.
- Another step to protect user privacy – And protect Google’s collective backside. But it’s still a win for privacy advocates.
- Coming to you soon: Live streaming NSP broadcasts, thanks to Rob Fuller and Hak5radio.com. Times and links to be revealed on Twitter soon
- Tonight’s music: Juniper’s Daughter with Having a Bad Day
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