Nov 10 2009
It’s one of those glorious days we all look forward too; all of the regular hosts of the podcast are on the road and in most cases thousands of miles from home. Luckily we planned ahead and this week Martin is joined by Adrian Lane of Securosis instead of the usual cast of characters. We recorded a couple of days early so that we’d have a podcast out, even though we probably missed one or two breaking stories. Not that we’d know, since we’re all on the road and have limited access to our news feeds and Twitter.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 173, November 10, 2009
- Google Dashboard lifts curtain on stored data – Yawn. Give us something useful
- Analyst: PCI Security a Devil, ‘Like No Child Left Behind‘ – I want to talk to Josh Corman
- Cracking Passwords in the Cloud: Breaking PGP on EC2 with EDPR – Or How much is the password in the window?
- Cross-domain Cookie attacks – It’s all about trust. And why you shouldn’t.
- COFEE Forensic tool leaked to What.cd, admins ban it – It’s an interesting toy, but the open source community can do better.
- First iPhone worm spreads Rick Astley wallpaper – Rickrolled by a worm
- Tonight’s music: Sick and Tired by the Fn A Holes
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