Month: November 2016

Hack Naked News #102 - November 29, 2016

WordPress security gets another black mark, free transit rides for all in San Francisco, routers are hacked again, NTP is vulnerable, why buy when you can rent....a botnet, that is, backdooring Android, and a popular porn site is the victim of a data breach. Stay tuned! Take the Security Weekly Survey: www.securityweekly.com/survey Full Show Notes: http://wiki.securityweekly.com/wiki/index.php/Hack_Naked_News_102_November_29_2016   Powered by WPeMatico


A new taxonomy: the Build to Buy continuum

Human beings are pattern detectors.   We seek to create order out of chaos, and our minds are always trying to create systems, rankings, lists, groupings of things that seem disconnected and random. It can go sideways – where our brains see patterns in randomness.    What do you see in this picture?  I see burnt toast. Other people see a pattern :-)  BTW – this is one of the strongest “pattern detection” algorithms in the human mind:…


Hack Naked News #101 - November 23, 2016

Rumors of a new director of national intelligence, ATMs spill money into the streets of China, real security requires a hedgehog, and Oracle buys a now famous DNS company, all that and more on Hack Naked News! Powered by WPeMatico


Startup Security Weekly #17 - Not Afraid To Make A Mistake

Tyler Shields of Signal Sciences joins us for an interview, we review some listener feedback, and discuss the startup news for the week. Stay tuned! Powered by WPeMatico