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PaulDotCom Security Weekly - Episode 266 for Thursday November 3d, 2011.

Guest Interview: Jeff Moss

6:00 PM EDT

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Black Hat Founder and Director Jeff Moss has spent almost 2 decades as founder and director of Black Hat and DefCon, two of the most important security conferences in the world. In 2009 Moss was appointed to the Homeland Security Advisory Council to provide advice and recommendations to the Secretary on matters related to homeland security. Jeff has also worked for Ernst & Young, LLP in their Information System Security division and is currently CSO of ICANN.

PaulDotCom rapid fire questions round (TM):

  1. What 3 letter acronym scares you the most?
  2. If APT were a drink, what would it taste like?
  3. Android, iOS or Blackberry?
  4. Sneakers or Wargames?
  5. 3 words you use to describe CISSPs...
  6. Describe DefCon planning in two words.

Guest Tech Segment: Jon McCoy

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Jon McCoy is a .NET Software Engineer who focuses on security and forensics. He has worked on a number of Open Source projects ranging from hacking tools to software for the paralyzed. With a deep knowledge of programming under the .NET Framework he has released new attacks on live applications and the .NET Framework itself.

Jon's web page

Jon's presentations

Stories For Discussion

Paul's Stories

Jack's Stories

Larry's Stories

Darren's Stories

  1. 1:60 FaceBook posts are malicious and 1:100 tweets are malicious - Inconceivable that malicious activity happens on these social sites… 14 percent of linked-in users felt un-secure using the site. wonder what the next target will be.
  2. China Did it - Apparently we can blame China for everything… China the NEW APT… how long before vendors actually says that they keep china out of your network?
  3. Chemical Industry under attack and ITS CHINA AGIAN!! - See….
  4. US observation satellites hacked by China - will the insanity ever stop?
  5. even Mr. Kapersky himself is in the China CYBER terrorism camp - Who is going to stop the great Chineese menace?
  6. VIM turns 20! - 20 years ago VIM was released I know a lot of us use it.

John's Stories