PSWEpisode638

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Recorded February 6, 2020 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!

Episode Audio

Hosts

  • Paul Asadoorian
    Embedded device security researcher, security podcaster, and CEO of Active Countermeasures .
  • Jeff Man
    Cryptanalyst
    Infosec analyst
    Pioneering ex-NSA pen tester
    PCI specialist
    Tribe of Hackers
    InfoSec Curmudgeon
    Currently a Sr. InfoSec Consultant for Online Business Systems.
  • Lee Neely
    is a Sr. Cyber Analyst at LLNL,SANS Analyst, SANS NewsBites Editor
  • Patrick Laverty
    is a Pentester for Rapid7
  • Tyler Robinson
    Managing Director of Network Operations at Nisos, Inc .
  • Joff Thyer
    SANS Instructor, penetration tester, and Security Researcher at Black Hills Information Security.


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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.

    Segment Topic:
    BADASS

    Segment Description:
    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

    Segment Resources:


    Tech Segment: Adventures In AWS Computing - 6:45PM-7:30PM

    Security News - 7:30-8:30PM

    Paul's Stories

    1. Ghost in the shell: Investigating web shell attacks - Microsoft Security
    2. I Sabotaged My Boss With Ransomware From the Dark Web - I hope this person knew what they were doing. First concern is permission. Second concern is, even with permission, what if something bad happens? Also, how did you verify and validate the malicious code you got on the dark web? Much of the software has backdoors...
    3. Expert released PoC exploit code for unpatched backdoor in HiSilicon chips
    4. Tesla, Mobileye Autopilots Duped By Phantom Images
    5. Google Shared Private Videos With Wrong Users | SecurityWeek.Com
    6. Department of Energy Adds Attivo Decoys for Critical Infrastructure Security
    7. LCD pwn System: How to modulate screen brightness to covertly transmit data from an air-gapped computer... slowly
    8. Hacking Wi-Fi networks by exploiting a flaw in Philips Smart Light Bulbs
    9. cdpwn Millions of devices at risk due to flaws in implementations of Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
    10. How your network could be hacked through a Philips Hue smart bulb
    11. DLL Hijacking Vulnerability Found in Realtek HD Audio Driver | SecurityWeek.Com
    12. Buggy Iowa Caucus App Is Buggy, Security Experts Say
    13. Russian disinformation 'ongoing problem' says FBI chief
    14. Iranian Hackers Target Journalists in New Phishing Campaign | SecurityWeek.Com

    Patrick's Stories

    1. No way! The Iowa election results web app is hackable! Who could have guessed? While there is no evidence hackers intercepted or tampered with the results, Veracode found that the app lacks key safeguards.

    Jeff's Stories

    1. Ransomware Attack on Hospital Shows New Risk for Muni-Bond Issuers
    2. Critical Cisco ‘CDPwn’ Flaws Break Network Segmentation
    3. Facebook urged to halt encryption push over child abuse concerns

    Lee's Stories

    1. 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
    2. Ashley Madison Breach data now being used for Extortion Scam targets hundreds of users, demanding .1188 BTC.
    3. 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.
    4. 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.
    5. 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, Pensacola, and Wilmer were handled.
    6. Hackers Can Hijack Your House Through Your Lightbulb, Researchers Warn ZigBee flaw permits Philips Hue lightbulb takeover. Low risk, CVE-2020-6007 patch available from Phillips. Report from Check Point
    7. 5 router settings to keep hackers off your cameras, smart speakers and network Some basic settings that help raise the bar on home network security.
    8. Reaearcher finds over 60 vulnerabilities in Physical Security systems Researcher Joachim Kerschbaumer identified 60 vulnerabilities across 20 physical security products, including flaws that allow takeover.

    Tyler's Stories

    1. Hacking Air Gapped Computers
    2. The 2020 Disinformation War
    3. Charming Kitten Hackers Impersonate Journalist in Phishing Attacks
    4. Community Housing Non-Profit BEC Scam
    5. Adversary Exposed How One Criminal Attempted to Sell an Msp on the Dark WEb
    6. Hack WhatsApp
    7. Facebook Gets Patent to Track Users' Television Viewing
    8. Hackers took over Twitter accounts for the NFL and a bunch of teams, including Super Bowl contenders 49ers and Chiefs
    9. Hacking Leads to Fake Story Claiming US Soldier in Lithuania Has CoronaVirus
    10. Google Photos Privacy Breach Takeout Data Video Strangers
    11. Iowa Precinct Chair Reports Stuggles with Caucus Phone App
    12. Twitter Says an Attacker Used its API to Match Usernames to Phone Numbers
    13. Ex-CIA Engineer Goes on Trial for Massive Leak
    14. Ex-CIA Engineer Goes on Trial for Massive Leak
    15. Graduation Day Cyber Threat Intelligence Intelligence
    16. There's No Evidence Saudis Hacked Jeff
    17. Ashley Madison Breach from 2015 Being Used in Sextortion Scams
    18. Where Computing is Headed Beyond Quantum
    19. 5 Zero-day Vunlerabiliteis in Cisco Discovery Protocol Impacting Tens of Millions of Devices

    Joff's Stories


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