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== Larry's Stories ==
== Larry's Stories ==
== Lee's Stories ==
== Lee's Stories ==
Revision as of 19:47, 15 August 2019
Recorded August 15, 2019 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: Tony Punturiero, Offensive Security - 6:00-7:00PM
TJ is also one of the Founding members/Lead moderators of NetSecFocus--an online Information Security community consisting of 5700+ members that has partnered with other infosec organizations such as Hackthebox, Wizard Labs, and Hackmethod. Other then having a passion for cybersecurity TJ enjoys hiking, traveling, going to breweries, and playing video games.
The journey of turning from a blue teamer to a red teamer. Kickstarting an Infosec Community and much more!
Discussing about my adventure transferring from being on the blue side to becoming a pentester/red teamer full time. Created an infosec community to help each people in the infosec field come together to learn from one another.
Security News - 6:30 - 7:30PM
- Researchers find security flaws in 40 kernel drivers from 20 vendors | ZDNet
- What a security researcher learned from monitoring traffic at Defcon
- Gamers Beware: Zero-Day in Steam Client Affects All Windows Users
- We checked and yup, it's no longer 2001. And yet you can pwn a Windows box via Notepad.exe
- Hack in the box: Hacking into companies with warshipping
- New Bluetooth Vulnerability Lets Attackers Spy On Encrypted Connections
- A compendium of container escapes - Help Net Security
- NULL license plate gets security researcher $12K in tickets
- Serious flaws in six printer brands discovered, fixed
- Should You Upgrade to Wi-Fi 6?
- Intel Patches High-Severity Flaws in Tools, NUC Firmware | SecurityWeek.Com
- The Flaw in Vulnerability Management: It's Time to Get Real
- New Research Finds More Struts Vulnerabilities
- the Huawei shenanigans get deeper and more broad. - This is why I have issues with supply chain.
- CapitalOne hacker may have stolen from 30 more companies
- DEFCON 27 badge hacking for beginners
- Anti-surveilance techniques make you look like a….car. - Related, I really need to set up the open source license plate recognition software in front of my house...
- New, CRITICAL, workable RDP attack
- Why choosing and making a list of good VPN services is hard. - I also like the DIY option of Streisand, which I'd never heard of before.
- Malware lingers in SMBs for an average of 800 days before discovery SMBs are often understaffed, or lack staff and infrastructure to detect and respond to Malware.
- Update to iOS 12.4 to Block New Vulnerabilities 13% of five year old or less iOS devices are not even running iOS 12.
- AirDrop and Password sharing can reveal passwords Bug in AirDrop can be used to reveal device information including a cryptographic hash that can be decoded to the device phone number.
- CafePress changes password policy after 23m pwned accounts CafePress was storing passwords insecurely, having users change their passwords fixes that. They aren't really acknowledging the breach.
- Equifax Settlement Phishing Surprise, there are phishing emails for the Equifax settlement. Use the FTC Site or go directly to Equifax Settlement site.
- New flaws in Qualcomm Chips expose Android Devices to Hacking Critical vulnerabilities dubbed "QualPwn" could allow devices to be exploited via WLAN firmware weakness. Devices with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and 435 chips vulnerable.
BT Village and SE Village Interviews - 7:30 - 8:30PM
- O'Shea Bowens, Null Hat Security
- Tyler Robinson, Nisos, Inc.
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