= Announcements & Shameless Plugs =
PaulDotCom Security Weekly - Episode 268 for Thursday December 1st, 2011.
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= Guest Interview: Scott Moulton=
6:00 PM EDT
#[http://news.hitb.org/content/us-police-use-radio-encryption-stop-iphone-eavesdropping Encrypted wireless for Law enforcement] - [Larry] - Ok, claims that criminals are using fixed radios with remote access via smartphones to monitor law enforcement radio comms. Ok, cool, so law enforcement says that they will encrypt communications. I wonder if they will attempt to use P-25, or something else. Of course this becomes interesting if they are using public radio space…
#[http://rss.computerworld.com/~r/computerworld/s/feed/topic/17/~3/E9tF86-neck/Enterprises_struggle_to_update_browser_plug_ins Update broswer plugins?] - [Larry] - So, we've done a better job of updating our OSes (arguably), a little bit better job of updating third party apps (marginally), and a decent job of updating our browsers (as a part of the OS, irony much?), but how about those browser plugins? (Shockwave, Adobe, etc.), yeah, we don't have a real great insight into browser plugins and maintenance. In many cases, we can;t restrict our users from what they install, let alone if they use a different browser. What are we to do?
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