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Application Security Weekly #0

Recorded January 5, 2018 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!

Episode Audio

Hosts

  • Paul Asadoorian
    Embedded device security researcher, security podcaster, and CEO of Active Countermeasures .
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    Topic: Rise of Application Security

    A Brief History of Application Security

    The History of Application Security Testing (Part 1)

    The History of Application Security Testing (Part 2)

    A Brief History of Software, Security, and Software Security

    Learning & Tools

    Hacksplaining

    Burp Vulners Scanner

    SANS Secure DevOps Tool Chain (POSTER)

    News

    Impatient (technology) Employers are Designing Their Own Courses

    IOHIDeos MacOS 0day

    Missing nmap plugin released

    A Simple Explanation of the Differences Between Meltdown and Spectre

    Google Project Zero writeup on Spectre and Meltdown CPU vulnerabilities

    Official Logo-emblazoned CPU vulnerabilities page

    Google Security Blog: What you need to know about the CPU vulnerabilities

    Intel CPU Design Flaw leaks Kernel Memory AMD Processors not effected

    Measurable CPU differences in AWS from Intel CPU vulnerabilities

    AWS Official statement RE: CPU vulnerabilities

    Negative results testing the Intel CPU Design

    PostgreSQL: Fix for intel hardware vulnerability will lead to performance regressions

    Chrome recommended remediations against CPU vulnerabilities

    Quick (temporary) remediation instructions for Google Chrome RE: Meltdown vulnerability

    Mozilla Firefox patches being pushed to mitigate vulnerabilities from the Intel vulnerabilities

    Intel CEO Just Sold a Lot of Stock

    Starbucks Wi-Fi mines Monero via CoinHive

    'CoffeeMiner' PoC as a result of Starbucks Wi-Fi compromise

    Docker your Command & Control (C2)

    The 100x Engineer

    Millions of American Households Exposed Online


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