ASW Episode01

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Application Security Weekly #1

Recorded January 12, 2018 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!

Episode Audio

Hosts

  • Paul Asadoorian
    Embedded device security researcher, security podcaster, and CEO of Active Countermeasures .
  • Annoucements

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    • Check out our DomainTools Webcast Pivoting Through Malicious Infrastructure. Hosted by Paul Asadoorian, Michael Santarcangelo, and Taylor Wilkes-Pierce. Join Michael and Paul as they explore, using domain names and DNS information in a candid discussion with Taylor Wilkes-Pierce from DomainTools. We’ll deep-dive into one of 2017's most notorious phishing attacks to show you how to use domain data and pivoting to profile threat actors and prevent future attacks.

    Topic: OWASP Top 10 (2017) Overview

    OWASP Top 10 (2017)

    Learning & Tools

    DevDocs.io (GitHub)

    News

    How malicious NPM packages could harvest credit card numbers and passwords from your site.

    Epic Games reports huge CPU usage spike after applying Meltdown patches on backend servers

    Epic Games blames Meltdown CPU performance issues for Fortnite downtime

    NVIDIA updates video drivers to help address CPU memory security (Meltdown / Spectre related)

    Oracle WebLogic Vulnerability Being Exploited by Bitcoin Miners

    Website Glitch Let Me Overstock My Coinbase

    AMD-PSP: Firmware Trusted Platform Module Remote Code Execution via crafted EK certificate

    Multiple Vulnerabilities in PHP Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution

    Multiple Vulnerabilities found in Western Digital My Cloud

    JSON Remote Procedure Call (RPC) allows malicious websites to execute Electrum wallet commands

    New 'Cybersecurity Office' Would Oversee Companies Like Equifax and Dole Out Fines for Slipshod Security

    Application fuzzing in the era of Machine Learning and AI


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