On this episode, we talk about scanning the internet, android vulnerabilities, mini UPNPD vulnerabilities, hackers and heroine to Brian Krebs. Much much more, on Paul's Security Weekly!
This week on Security News, Paul and friends talk about the Top story of the week where HG Moore is leaving Rapid7 and threatbutt! They also discuss threat intelligence and passwords.
This week on Hack Naked TV, Aaron will be talking about Norse Co., Java, Cyber Terrorism, and Safe Harbor.
This week Aaron Lyons talks about Trustwave being sued over Incident Response, HD Moore leaving Rapid 7, Safe Harbor deadline looms, Kali rolling distro released, and Sony Entertainment and Sony Playstation merge.
Beau talks about Backdoor in AMX, Linux Kernel Vuln, Apple Sharing Cookies, Hot Potato, Backhat 2016 Course, BSides Orlando.
Organizations tend to fall somewhere on a scale of 0 through 100 (with 100 being the best) when it comes to the maturity of their vulnerability management program. Starting at 0 for those who don't do any type of vulnerability management or scanning, to those higher up on the scale integrating 3rd party products and producing business-based metrics. Find out all the different levels, some of the pitfalls, and most importantly how go from 0 to hero in your vulnerability management program.
This week we interview Chris Domas. Chris is a researcher interested in reverse engineering and exploitation. He joins us to talk about visualizing binaries, accessing ring -2 and making reversers sad.
This week Paul, Larry, John, Joff and special guest star Adrien talk
about Juniper backdoors, the "biggest" security threats for 2016, axing
Internet Explorer and Uber fines for data breaches.
This week we interview Adrien de Beaupre, a SANS instructor and
Internet Storm Center handler. Adrien has been researching the security
of HTTP/2 and even does a live demo! We put out a call to action for the
security community to become more pro-active in researching this protocol.
This week Beau talks about malicious Google Play apps, Comcast home security systems, attacking ICS and MS15-132