ASW Episode46

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Recorded January 14, 2019 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!


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


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    Interview: Rey Bango, Microsoft

    Rey Bango
    is a security advocate at Microsoft.
    Rey is a security advocate at Microsoft focused on helping the community build secure systems & being a voice for researchers within MS. After a long career in software development, he developed a strong interest in cybersecurity 2 years ago & worked feverishly to transition into this new community.


    Bugs, Breaches, and More!

    1.) Another server security lapse at NASA exposed staff and project data

    2.) CRLF Injection Into PHP’s cURL Options

    3.) System Down: A systemd-journald exploit

    If you Build It, They Will Come

    1.) Google wins U.S. approval for new radar-based motion sensor

    2.) For Owners of Amazon’s Ring Security Cameras, Strangers May have been Watching too

    3.) Government shutdown: TLS certificates not renewed, many websites are down

    Learning & Tools

    1.) GitHub now gives free users unlimited private repositories

    2.) DVFaaS - Damn Vulnerable Functions as a Service

    3.) Distroless Docker Containers

    Food for Thought

    1.) People older than 65 share the most fake news, a new study finds

    2.) Twitter is Broken

    3.) CommitStrip: Coder Autonomy

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