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Paul's Security Weekly - Episode 445 - 6:00PM

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Intro, Sponsors & Announcements

Paul: This week, Sharon Goldberg joins us to talk about BGP and NTP

Larry: Broadcasting live from G Unit Studios in Rhode Island, the show where exploits run wild, packets aren’t the only things getting sniffed, systems aren't the only things getting penetrated, functions are the only things getting wrapped, bits aren't the only things getting banged and the cocktails flow steady its Paul’s Security Weekly!


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Larry: Here's your host, a man who can dream about you, if he can't hold you tonight, Paul Asadoorian!

Paul: Hello everyone and welcome to Paul's Security Weekly - Episode 445 for Thursday, December 17th 2015


Interview: Sharon Goldberg - 6:05PM-7:00PM

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Stories of the Week - 7:00PM-8:00PM

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Paul's Stories

  1. Advent tip #17: “Reply All” is probably not what you want
  2. Attacks Ramp Up Against Joomla Zero Day
  3. It was Shodan easy! MacKeeper user database left wide open
  4. IoT startup Afero goes end to end for security
  5. "Got A Drone? It's Registration Time
  6. Google's Project Zero Uncovers FireEye Vulnerability
  7. "Windows 10: Microsoft now offers users two choices - ""upgrade now"" or ""upgrade tonight"""
  8. Over 680TB of data exposed in MongoDB databases
  9. Press Backspace 28 times to own unlucky Grub-by Linux boxes
  10. Boiled passports leave a bad taste in the mouth of authorities
  11. Congress Slips CISA Into A Budget Bill That's Sure To Pass
  12. The Programming Languages That Spawn The Most Software Vulnerabilities

Larry's Stories

Michael's Stories

Joff's Stories

Kevin's Stories

  1. Presidential Canidate Ted Cruz using firm that harvested data on millions of unwitting Facebook users
  2. Brazil Suspended WhatsApp, Violating Net Neutrality and Common Sense
  3. In debate, Republicans call on tech sector to aid terrorism fight
  4. Congress Slips CISA Into a Budget Bill That’s Sure to Pass
  5. EPIC Urges FTC to Protect Consumers Amid Surge in Cross-Device Tracking
  6. A secret catalogue of Government gear for spying on your cellphone
  7. Over 650 Tb of Data Up For Grabs From Publicly Exposed Mongodb Database

Jeff's Stories

Breaches of the week

  1. Credit Card breach an Landrys Restaurants
  2. Credit Card skimmers found in Safeways in CO and CA
  3. 13 Million MacKeep customer records exposed