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Revision as of 15:24, 6 February 2020
Recorded February 6, 2020 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
- 1 Episode Audio
- 2 Announcements
- 3 Interview: Katelyn Bowden, BADASS (Battling against Demeaning and Abusive Selfie Sharing) - 6:00-6:45PM
- 4 Tech Segment: - 6:45PM-7:30PM
- 5 Security News - 7:30-8:30PM
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Interview: Katelyn Bowden, BADASS (Battling against Demeaning and Abusive Selfie Sharing) - 6:00-6:45PM
After finding her own intimate photos online without her consent, Katelyn Bowden discovered that there weren’t many resources for those who find themselves victims of this sort of abuse. In response, she started B.A.D.A.S.S., a nonprofit dedicated to fighting image abuse through victim empowerment and awareness. In their 2 year existence, BADASS has accomplished a lot- from legislation to education, and there’s so much more on the way.
We are going to discuss BADASS, and it’s role in the cybersecurity community. What security means to us, and ways that users can protect their most intimate data
Tech Segment: - 6:45PM-7:30PM
Security News - 7:30-8:30PM
- Kali Linux 2020.1 released: New tools, Kali NetHunter rootless, and more! - Help Net Security
- How to better control access to your Windows network
- Coronavirus claims new victim: 'DEF CON cancelled' joke cancelled after DEF CON China actually cancelled
- Rings selling my email address to spammers? Thats the least of its problems
- Wawa card breach: 30 million card records for sale in the dark web
- 97% of airports showing signs of weak cybersecurity
- Enterprise Hardware Still Vulnerable to Memory Lane Attacks
- Check Point detailed two flaws in Microsoft Azure that could have allowed taking over cloud servers
- Securing Containers with Zero Trust
- Sudo bug lets non-privileged Linux and MacOS users run commands as root CVE-2019-18634 affects Sudo 1,8.26 and earlier - stack based buffer overflow - patches in MacOS 10.13,6, 10.14.6, 10.15.2 and Sudo 1.8.30
- Ashley Madison Breach data now being used for Extortion Scam targets hundreds of users, demanding .1188 BTC.
- Twitter fixes API bug Bug in API that could be used to reveal users by matching names and phone numberes, if they have the "let people who have your phone number find you on Twitter" setting on.
- Microsoft patches flaws in Azure stack CVE-2019-1372, a high risk vulnerability as it allows RCE as system & CFE-201-1234, a low risk vulnerability.
- 8 cities that have been crippled by Cyberattacks and what they did to fight them Here is how attacks on Atlanta, Baltimore, St. Lucie, New Bedford, New Orleans, Greenville, Pensicola, and Wilmer handled them.