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What a start to the year...

It's been a crazy couple days on a couple fronts, but the most material front has certainly been Spectre and Meltdown. There are lots of sources, and the trick is that while distinctly the root cause lies in the CPU domain and with the CPU manufacturers- the impact touches nearly everything. It's been keeping the team here busy for a while. For Dell customers - here's the main place for aggregation of the latest official information and updates - for everything from clients, storage, network,…


I'm The Hammer - Startup Security Weekly #68

This week, Bam Azizi of NoPassword joins us for an interview! In the article discussion, we talk about why not to brainstorm in groups, the real reasons companies are so focused on short term, and how to break bad business habits! In the news, we discuss Barracuda Networks acquiring PhishLine for an undisclosed amount, and more on this episode of Startup Security Weekly! Full Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/SSWEpisode68 Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/ssw for all the latest…


Where's My Starbucks - Application Security Weekly #00

Paul Asadoorian and Keith Hoodlet bring you our brand new show, Application Security Weekly! On our first episode, Paul and Keith will discuss the history of application security and software security! In the news, what you need to know about CPU vulnerabilities, negative results testing Intel CPU design, Mozilla Firefox patches, and Starbucks Wi-Fi mines Monero via CoinHive! All that and more, on the first episode of Application Security Weekly!   Full Show Notes:…


Snowmageddon - Paul's Security Weekly #542

Marcello Salvati of Coalfire Labs joins us for our featured interview. John Strand delivers another killer Tech Segment about the new mimikatz event log clearing feature. Then in the security news, 10 things in cybersecurity that you might have missed in 2017, a flaw in major browsers, a critical flaw in phpMyAdmin, beware of a VMWare VDP remote root issue, how to protect your home router, Meltdown and Spectre explain how chip hacks work, and Intel is in the security Hot Seat over a serious CPU…