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(get all the laughter out)


Theme Music, Episode 21 for March 30, 2006

"Welcome to Security Weekly, Episode 21 for March 30, 2006"

From the PSW studios

“Welcome to this edition of Security Weekly, I am your host Paul Asadoorian, “and I’m your co-host Larry Pesce”. Here in the studio (my house) “Twitchy” is with us.

Sponsors:

This episode is sponsored by Syngress Publishing, Where you can learn about 0wning and penetrating without going to jail!

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Announcements: We are now a proud member of Friends In Tech (FiT), friendsintech.com

Announcements: Open Show was just recorded, thanks to all who participated

Announcements: Correction, Jay Beale and Beetle are two different people, oops! So Jay wrote chapters in the stealing the network series and beetle is the Schmoo member, beetle, beale, same difference :)

Announcements: Larry has successfully passed part one of his GAWN. Wish him luck on part two, and a paper proposal (involving lots of wireless APs and about a dozen laptops) for the Gold certification.

Announcements: Got some free techno music? Please send it along! We'll play it on the show!


On to listener feedback!

TMUP Promo - Josh Sweeper

I would like to thank everyone who put a pin on the Frappr map! 125 people! Ben Roberts from Fall River (MA) writes "wicked awesome show"


Audio feedback from George Starcher regarding power cycling access points.


Jim writes in:

I'm having an issue with installing Cain & Abel on my corporate laptop. My company requires that I run with Symantec Antivirus. I got no problem with that BUT every time I install Cain & Abel Symantec quarantines and deletes it. Any ideas? And remember:

"In /dev/null no one can hear you scream"


Jon writes in:

I have one question regarding the suggested router setup (http://securityweekly.com/linksysrouter.png ). After listening to SecurityNow, I was under the impression that if there are any malicious users on the open wireless access point (the first router), then they can preform active attacks on the network such as a man-in-the-middle attack on the WAN port of the protected access point. So basically you wouldn't want any malicious user on the routers beneath you right?

NOTE: This will be the major part of this week's video podcast. It is much better to explain with visuals!


"Angry Tech" writes in:

Looks like the link to "Free VPN using XP" from this page is broken:

http://securityweekly.com/wiki/index.php/Episode20

The link ends in a hyphen, which breaks it.

Love the show! AT



[Music] Story Time With Twitchy

Twitchy tells us a hacking story about something...

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ITT Prison Promo - Gleaming

News

Episode21 Show Notes


Phone Sweeper

Syngress question of the week: In a Master File Table (MFT) for an NTFS partition, what is the hex offset and length of the C Time (File creation time) field in the $STANDARD_INFORMATION Attributes

Core discount code impactbsg

Thank you for listening, psw@securityweekly.com, http://securityweekly.com

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