From Paul's Security Weekly
Recorded January 24, 2019 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: Chris Morales, Vectra - 6:00-6:30PM
Topics - 6:30 - 7:30PM
- How did you get your start in information security?
- What is the most challenging part of your security career today? In the past?
- What devices and software make common appearances in your lab?
- If you built a brand new Raspberry PI, what would you do with it?
- What is the number one thing you would do, or exploit, to compromise the security of an organization?
- What is your most favorite piece of technology in your home? What are the security ramifications of using it?
- What qualities would you look for if you had to hire 1 security person for an organization?
- What is the most influential software developed for the security industry?
- Who is the most influential person in security today?
- What would you say to today’s youth about hacking and security?
- What is your favorite hacking movie? TV show?
Security News - 7:30PM-8:30PM
- The 51 Things Most Homeowners Arent Doing But Need To
- Critical, Unpatched Cisco Flaw Leaves Small Business Networks Wide Open
- Hacker threatened a family using a Nest Camera to broadcast a fake missile attack alert
- PHP PEAR official site hacked, tainted package manager distributed for 6 months
- Twitter warns that private tweets were public for years
- Researchers discover state actors mobile malware efforts because of YOLO OPSEC
- Two more Windows zero-days get temporary patches | ZDNet
- SD-WAN admin? Your number came up in Cisco's latest bug list
- AWS Provides Secure Access to Internal Assets With Amazon WorkLink | SecurityWeek.Com
- Database of 24 Million Mortgage, Loan Records Left Exposed Online
- If someone is calling from Scam Likely... Cellular carriers are implementing services to identify cell scam leveraging STIR, SHAKEN standards and other techniques to identify these callers.
- New Android Malware uses motion sensor to avoid detection. The malware assumes a real device if motion sensor input is detected, to then download a fake android update which includes the Anubis banking trojan.
- Linux Malware disables security software to mine cryptocurrency Discovered by Palo Alto Unit 42 finds malware uses flaws in Apache Struts 2, Oracle WebLogic, and Adobe ColdFusion.