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July 5, 2020 9 min

In episode 128 for July 6th 2020: New TikTok privacy concerns, the rise of macOS ransomware, and details on new research about bad password choices. ** Links mentioned on the show ** Family Safety and Security with Andy Murphy from The Secure Dad Podcast https://sharedsecurity.net/2020/06/29/family-safety-and-security-with-andy-murphy-from-the-secure-dad-podcast EARN IT Act, Facial Recognition Fail, Can I Be Phished? […]

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In episode 101 of our June monthly show: Scott and Tom discuss the privacy concerns with the EARN IT Act, more stories of facial recognition fail, and Scott talks about his new podcast, Can I Be Phished? ** Links mentioned on the show ** PETITION: Nearly 500,000 say Congress shouldn’t ‘kill encryption’ with the EARN […]

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In episode 127 for June 29th 2020: Family safety and security with special guest Andy Murphy host of The Secure Dad podcast. I really enjoyed this interview with Andy! If you’re looking for a podcast about home and family security, self-defense, and more you should definitely subscribe to his show! ** Links mentioned on the […]

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In episode 126 for June 22nd 2020: Details on the largest Distributed Denial of Service attack ever recorded, new security features in Dropbox, and the latest on new North Korean targeted cyber-attacks. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Zoom will provide end-to-end encryption to all users https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/zoom-will-provide-end-to-end-encryption-to-all-users/ AWS said it mitigated […]

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In episode 125 for June 15th 2020: Our top 5 tips for staying private and secure during a protest. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Privacy And Security While Protesting https://silent-pocket.com/blogs/news/privacy-and-security-while-protesting You Have a First Amendment Right to Record the Police https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/06/you-have-first-amendment-right-record-police Protecting Your Privacy if Your Phone...

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In episode 124 for June 8th 2020: Details on how the Minneapolis Police website may have been hacked, Zoom’s plan to implement end-to-end encryption, and why eBay and other sites may be port scanning your computer. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** After Anonymous Promises Retribution for George Floyd’s Death, Minneapolis […]

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In episode 123 for June 1st 2020: The controversy continues over fact checking and First Amendment rights on Twitter, and why government mandated encryption backdoors are bad for everyone’s security. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Trump to sign executive order aimed at cracking down on Facebook and Twitter https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/28/trump-to-sign-executive-order-aimed-at-cracking-down-on-facebook-twitter.html...

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In episode 100 of our May monthly show we discuss the history of the podcast, some of the most interesting cybersecurity and privacy news and events over the years, and speak with former guest Rachel Tobac, CEO and Co-Founder of SocialProof Security, about what she’s been up to and of course the David Lynch daily […]

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In episode 122 for May 25th 2020: Apple and the US Government dispute over law enforcement backdoors in Apple products, secure messaging app Signal starts to move away from using phone numbers as user IDs, and details on the EasyJet data breach affecting 9 million customers. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show […]

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In episode 121 for May 18th 2020: A new Thunderbolt flaw could let hackers steal your data in under five minutes, new vulnerabilities in a popular WordPress plugin, and details on why the US Senate just rejected a plan to require a warrant to obtain Americans’ web browsing history. ** Show notes and links mentioned […]

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In episode 120 for May 11th 2020: The latest on the GoDaddy security incident affecting 28,000 customers, fake Microsoft Teams notification emails and Zoom downloaders, and details on new features to the Firefox built in password manager. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** GoDaddy notifies users of breached hosting accounts https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/godaddy-notifies-users-of-breached-hosting-accou...

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In episode 119 for May 4th 2020: The use of thermal cameras and other technology to monitor the workplace for COVID-19, more details about Apple and Google’s contact tracing framework, and are virtual security conferences the new normal? ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** A new era of workplace surveillance due […]

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April 26, 2020 21 min

In episode 118 for April 27th 2020: A discussion about the end of passwords and what the future may hold with special guest Andrew Shikiar executive director of the FIDO Alliance. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Find out more about the FIDO Alliance https://fidoalliance.org/ https://twitter.com/fidoalliance How FIDO works and eliminates […]

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In episode 99 of our April monthly show: Apple and Google’s controversial efforts to create contact tracing technology, fighting COVID-19 criminal activity, and what the new normal means for startup companies. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Apple and Google to build contact tracing technology https://www.rte.ie/news/business/2020/0410/1129902-apple-and-google-to-build-contact-tracing-technology/ COVID-19 Cyber Thr...

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In episode 117 for April 20th 2020: More problems for Zoom with tens of thousands of compromised credentials and zero-day exploits, the $5 million dollar reward for information on North Korean hackers, and why it might not be the best idea to post your senior year pictures on Facebook. ** Show notes and links mentioned […]

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In episode 116 for April 13th 2020: Privacy concerns with COVID-19 contact tracing apps, the FBI’s new warnings about business email compromise scams, and how to prevent unwanted and SPAM phone calls. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Help speed up contact tracing with TraceTogether https://www.gov.sg/article/help-speed-up-contact-tracing-with-tracetogether COVID-19 contact tracing: Canadian company […]

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In episode 115 for April 6th 2020: The latest on yet another Marriott data breach, what you need to know about Zoom-Bombing and other Zoom privacy concerns, and new warnings about US economic stimulus payment scams. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Marriott discloses another security breach that may impact over […]

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March 29, 2020 19 min

In episode 114 for March 30th 2020: Co-host Tom Eston is joined with frequent guest Kevin Johnson to discuss how to stay more secure when working from home. If you find yourself working from home because of COVID-19 this is one episode you don’t want to miss! ** Show notes and links mentioned on the […]

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In episode 98 of our monthly show co-host Scott Wright shows us a demo of Click Armor which is a gamified cybersecurity awareness platform, Tom presents the results of our listener survey, and we have a discussion about the privacy concerns with geofence warrants. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Take […]

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In episode 113 for March 23rd 2020: Israel passes an emergency law to use mobile data to track people infected with COVID-19, the latest coronavirus cyber-attacks to be aware of, and how governments world-wide could be putting backdoors into secure messaging apps. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Israel passes emergency […]

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