35 Burst results for "9%"

Jalen Hurts, DeVonta Smith and Eagles' defense dominate Commanders

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Jalen Hurts, DeVonta Smith and Eagles' defense dominate Commanders

"Jalen hurts through for 340 yards and three touchdowns while the eagles defense sack Carson Wentz 9 times as Philadelphia moves to three and zero on the year with a 24 8 win over the commanders Hertz had three different receivers with scoring strikes including devonta Smith who caught 8 balls for a 169 yards He says it's a good receiving core The trust that Jalen has and all the receivers It's eyeball nobody balls So just being there with him just being able to make sure that if we don't come down we didn't know about calm down with it The commanders fall to one and two and were held at just 240 yards of total offense Craig heist land over Maryland

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Liberty University’s Dave Brat Breaks Down the State of the Economy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 2 d ago

Liberty University’s Dave Brat Breaks Down the State of the Economy

"There is a tremendous amount of economic confusion today, actually just going on generally, to help unpack that is a brilliant economic mind, Dave brat, from Liberty University, Dave, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie, thank you. Patriot mobile is great, by the way. I was just up with her team at D.C., your spot on. They're really great. They're doing a good job. They're actually solving the cell phone crisis via conservative approach patriot mobile dot com slash Charlie just to remind everybody. So let's just start with the top line news. There's so much happening here, Dave, the Dow is down 600 points below 30,000 bear market, the economy is all over the place. We have these contra indicators, how would you rate you're a doctor, not a medical doctor, but you'll pretend to be a medical doctor. How would you rate the health of the American economy right now? Oh, seriously, I mean, the economy, right? Which is different than the stock market. That's econ one O one. The economy is a corpse laying on a table. And we've been shoving blood through it in the form of fiscal stimulus spending through the federal government. And 9 trillion on the Federal Reserve balance sheet. So 31 trillion in debt on the federal government side, 9 trade to keep it alive and it's still in a recession for the last 6 months growing at zero. So the economy is a one or a two and then the markets follow, right? So earnings are going to go down, profits are going to go down. We're going into a recession, the fed has said we're going to force a recession to get the wage wage price spiral down, right? Inflation is bad enough, but if inflation makes its way into the wage rates, that becomes what they call an economics sticky. Stinky prices would stay around for years. And so the fed has to end that. So they're engineering a recession and you had it right. We're about ready to find probably another 10% or maybe even 20% down in the markets.

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Mets beat Athletics 9-2 to extend division lead over Braves

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

Mets beat Athletics 9-2 to extend division lead over Braves

"Chris Bassett returned to Oakland and helped the mets crush the a's 9 to two giving New York a two and a half game lead over the braves atop the NL east Bassett worked a season high 8 innings allowing two runs and 6 hits I really like this ballpark just in the aspect that I feel like a lot of guys don't Around the league and if you don't like being in a spot I think it's kind of a big advantage if I do like being there It was backed by a three run second and a 5 run 5th that was highlighted by Eduardo Escobar's Grand Slam Brandon nimmo and Mark vientos each had two rubies in the Met's 7th win in 8 games I'm Dave ferry

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Rhys Hoskins homers as Nola, Phillies beat Braves 9-1

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 d ago

Rhys Hoskins homers as Nola, Phillies beat Braves 9-1

"First baseman Reese Hoskins drove in four runs to lead the Phillies to a 9 one win over the braves Hoskins two run double kept the four one outburst by Philadelphia in the bottom of the second inning He then built on a true run home run in the bottom of the fourth the home run was his 29th of the season Nice to jump on them early We obviously everybody knows that they're a good team So better sign that we didn't stop And continue to add on like a good team like that That's when you can bury teams Aaron nola about four hits he struck out 8 the pick up the winner's tenth Jake odorizzi took the loss for Atlanta Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Roger Federer's last match is doubles loss with Rafael Nadal

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

Roger Federer's last match is doubles loss with Rafael Nadal

"To the sound of Coldplay's when I rule the world one of the greatest sporting careers has drawn to a close the tears were flowing from Roger Federer his retirement has now begun I felt that was actually able to handle the situation pretty well I felt overall I did okay even though yes sure I was crying too It wasn't quite the fairytale ending He and Rafa Nadal lost his final match to Jack sock and Francis tiafoe but it was an incredible match for 6 7 6 11 9 the packed O2 arena in London rose as one to bid farewell to Roger Federer at the lever cap Craig Gabriel London

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Joe Biden's Latest Addition to the Sound of Moronics

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 3 d ago

Joe Biden's Latest Addition to the Sound of Moronics

"And so he will be added to a list of cat 9 go There's a lot more Republicans out there taking credit for the new bridges and those bugs that are concoction Then actually voted for it What are they going to find in the gold strike Because when they just get the withdraw it bringing U.S. home troops from home And You need somebody Wait finally and I'd say that Of A budget But resist we much We must and we will much about that be committed I'm a warrior I mean they said that Look the lives are him I didn't If we you know We can walk and shoot We owe these truths to be self evident All men and women created by go you know you know the thing Sure international pressure Been impeached for inciting the erection Donald John Donald John Trump incited the erection insurrection And what am I doing here I'm going to lose track here And to confidence in the context Private private economic part of the Some of you to some of the leadership of

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Jill Wine-Banks on Trump and the Special Master Fiasco

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:56 min | 3 d ago

Jill Wine-Banks on Trump and the Special Master Fiasco

"Explain legally, what he is, he shot himself in the foot again, hasn't he? He's the one that demanded a special master. The judge granted this ridiculous request. Now the special master is saying, okay, prove it, that you declassified these documents and explain to us legally what's happening. Well, legally, I can't explain it because it's inexplicable legally. It has no merit. First of all, there should have never been a special master appointed because there's no factual or legal grounds for it. But your point about how bad his lawyers are, that they got him into this that they let him, as you said, shoot himself in the foot because he makes a request and then it's granted and it's exactly what he doesn't need or want. In order to defend what he asked for, he's going to have to do that and otherwise judge deary, who is the special master, and is a former, I guess he's a senior status judge, so he's still a sitting judge. Can say, you're denied this. If you don't prove to me, these are declassified, but I would go even further and say, even if you were able to make this argument, which is ridiculous that he magically declassified things without any formal process. Even declassified these documents are a threat to our national security. And therefore it is illegal for him to possess them in the same way as if they were classified. Secondly, President Biden can reclassify them. He has the power to do that. So it doesn't matter if he declassified him all Biden has to do is say they're classified. They threaten our national security. So it's all ridiculous. And it was bad lawyering. It's sort of like, in lawyers, you have to play chess. You have to see two steps ahead of yourself. You can't just do what's right in front of you. And he doesn't. He just does whatever his emotions say to do.

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Rep. John Yarmuth: Trump Deserves to Be Convicted for His Crimes

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:15 min | 3 d ago

Rep. John Yarmuth: Trump Deserves to Be Convicted for His Crimes

"Let's talk about speaking of justice. Greg sergeant tweeted the new DoJ filing implicates Trump more directly in the theft and concealment of classified documents than anything yet if the info was right he can't blame the theft on others or claim unawareness of it and he brought it all on himself and you said this isn't just a smoking gun. It's a nuclear mushroom cloud visible evidence of criminality lock him up. Oh, look at you. Lock him up. John yarmouth. Lots of Adam zero F's left to give. I really don't. I really don't want to see him locked up. You know, I think that would be the harshest form of punishment for those who, with whom he would be incarcerated. I think that would be very difficult to do. But I think he deserves to be convicted. And obviously, if he were convicted, then he could not run for any other office. So yeah, there's no question to commit a crime. And Merrick Garland said as much. I think the obstructed justice for one thing and obviously having the documents making them taking class about documents, taking any documents and not returning them. All of these are crimes. Some of them don't have penalties, but they're all crimes.

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Rep. John Yarmuth on Lindsey Graham's Trampling of States' Rights

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:17 min | 3 d ago

Rep. John Yarmuth on Lindsey Graham's Trampling of States' Rights

"You just said, so the state's right things was bull all along. Surprise, surprise you tweeted. But I mean, it is kind of astounding that Lindsey Graham has blown up their entire state's rights. Mantra for years and years and years on women's right to choose, right? Absolutely. This is one of those jaw dropping moments that I think both parties were. Again, both parties had their jaws dropped because nobody could understand why in the world he would do it. It flies in the face of Republican doctrine. It undermines their monitor. I guess their biggest election strategies and now it's given Democrats something to just run with because it's clear that there are those Republican Party who want to ban abortion on a national basis. And we already saw the impact we've seen the impact that this is going to have on electoral politics and special elections and certainly in the referendum in Kansas. And it polling that we've seen and not just polling, but also the amount of new registrations disproportionately women who are registering to vote on this issue. So it's given us a real shot in the arm and Lindsey helped us.

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 Russians strike Ukraine as Kremlin-staged votes continue

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Russians strike Ukraine as Kremlin-staged votes continue

"As Russian president Vladimir Putin calls up reservists and orchestrates referendums his army continues to shell Ukraine Ukraine's presidential office says at least ten civilians were killed and dozens wounded by the shelling in a 9 Ukrainian regions over the last 24 hour period adding fighting has continued in the Russia held southern cursor region despite the voting but Ukrainian forces have meted out 280 attacks on Russian command posts and munition depots heavy fighting has also continued in the Donetsk region where Russian attacks targeted Tourette's and sloviansk as well as several smaller towns Russian shelling in and

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Will Sidney Powell Get Away With Being a Grand Jury No Show?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:06 min | 3 d ago

Will Sidney Powell Get Away With Being a Grand Jury No Show?

"How does city Powell get out of speaking of which skipping her grand jury appearance in Georgia? Which, by the way, that's another whole, another whole part of the Georgia thing, the grand jury wants to ask her about an involvement in an incident in South Georgia, the more video shows people being led into the county elections office to download elections data from voting machines and an election server. State investigators call it criminal behavior, Sidney Powell paid for all of that. And she just doesn't show up. So Sidney Powell, we got a runner, you know? And she's slow though. She'll never she won't get far. Running through, you know, swamps tracking down the crack and I mean, this has all the makings of a holiday. It's a Hollywood blockbuster. Is there someone gonna say she won't get far on foot? Yeah, we got a runner. Yeah, she won't get far. So I suspect they're gonna say, oh, there was some confusion about the date and chill up here. She didn't want to be running from the Georgia law enforcement authorities that will be signed to lock her up for failing to appear before the grand jury.

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Glenn Kirschner Explains Trump's Colossal Miscalculation

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:56 sec | 3 d ago

Glenn Kirschner Explains Trump's Colossal Miscalculation

"We're just in a good mood, right? Because it's been a good week for justice. So where do we even start? So this is a legal term, but judge Derry has had enough of Donald Trump's bull at this point. It seems, is that legally am I saying that correctly? Yeah, what a colossal miscalculation of Donald Trump to recommend judge deary to oversee the review of the documents he stole from the federal government because, you know, the adults are back in the room when it comes to the federal judges that are now presiding both the 11th circuit Court of Appeals and in New York judge dear they are now presiding over Donald Trump's crimes and I'll tell you, Donald Trump is in deep trouble. Judge deary told him put up or shut up when it comes to these ridiculous claims that the FBI planted classify documents at Mar-a-Lago. So we are now on a very good track in this litigation.

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'He's been unbelievable': Outsiders underestimated Cleveland Browns' Jacoby Brissett | Opinion

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 d ago

'He's been unbelievable': Outsiders underestimated Cleveland Browns' Jacoby Brissett | Opinion

"Nick Chubb runs for a 113 yards and a touchdown to lead the browns past the Steelers 29 17 Chubb paste a browns rushing attack which tallied a 171 yards and helped Cleveland proved a two in one Jacoby Brissette saw touchdown passes the tight end David and Joe Ku and wide receiver Amari Cooper Oh I thought it was a great team win I think we obviously on offense started out slow And then I think we settled in and then we just started to get things going Mitchell trubisky threw for 207 yards but couldn't keep the offense moving consistently as the Steelers converted on just one of their 9 third down attempts I'm Denny cap

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Wander Franco drives in 3 as Rays beat Blue Jays 10-5

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 d ago

Wander Franco drives in 3 as Rays beat Blue Jays 10-5

"The rays doubled up the Blue Jays tend to 5 to pull within one game of Toronto for the first AL wild card Randy or rosarina had three hits collected to RBIs and stole his 32nd base for the rays who tagged Jose barrios for 6 runs and 7 hits over two winnings Wander Franco had three RBIs and Jonathan Aranda homeward for a Tampa Bay team that scored just twice while being swept by the Astros this week The rays have a magic number of 9 for clinching a playoff birth while Toronto's remained 7 Whit merrifield Homer twice and Tasker Hernandez also went deep for Toronto I'm Dave ferry

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How Did This USDA-Title IX Story Slip Through the Cracks?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | 4 d ago

How Did This USDA-Title IX Story Slip Through the Cracks?

"USDA back in June, remember back in June, they announced that the national school lunch program offered to low income students will no longer be provided to schools who do not allow men to go into women's bathrooms. So they were literally not there were no longer going to offer school lunch assistance if a school said actually only men are allowed in men's bathrooms, boys and boys bathrooms girls and girls patterns. And this should have been a bombshell story. Biden regime, withhold school lunch, if you do not adopt their radical anti scientific gender ideology. Let's just refresh ourselves on the story, play cut 95. Reporting finds the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the national school lunch program for low income students would not be available to schools who do not adopt the Biden administration's interpretation of title 9. Under the new plan, schools that do not allow students to identify as a different gender than their biological sex, to use their preferred bathrooms, would not qualify for the funding, which in part is used to fund those school lunches. This story sold totally slipped through the cracks and any influence all of you have on social media, any that you have through lawmakers, let's get this message out. The fact that the Biden regime is actively withholding school lunch money. How was this ever acceptable? And it's look, there's a lot of tyranny. There are a lot of cockroaches out there. There's a lot of nonsense happening. But the fact that Biden regime is starving children, not totally starving, but they're potentially saying we can't give you lunch, assistance for kids. That's a form of starvation.

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Donovan's grand slam carries Cardinals over Padres 5-4

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Donovan's grand slam carries Cardinals over Padres 5-4

"Brendan Donovan 7th inning Grand Slam gave the Saint Louis Cardinals a 5 to four win over the San Diego Padres ending a three game losing streak Donovan's blast came just at the right time for a cardinal's offense that scored just one run in its prior 33 innings looking something just trying to fly ball to the big part of the field trying to get one across and cut the lead a little bit And it just kind of ran into my barrel a little bit more Jack flaherty went 6 innings for St. Louis allowing three runs on four hits striking out 9 and earning his first win of the season Joe musgrove starting for the Padres went 5 innings allowing just a run on 5 hits in a no decision Philip gone San Diego

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Rodríguez leaves with back tightness, Mariners beat A’s 9-5

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

Rodríguez leaves with back tightness, Mariners beat A’s 9-5

"The Mariners avoided a three game sweep by scoring the last 6 runs in a 9 5 downing of the a's But Mariners outfielder Julio Rodriguez left the game with lower back tightness after doubling and scoring in the first inning Jared kalmyk moved from left to center and provided a Homer and a double in his first game since being recalled from triple-A Tacoma Adam Frazier was two for four with two RBIs for the Mariners who began the day four games ahead of the Orioles for the final AL wild card Ace catcher Steven vogt had a basis load of triple hours after announcing he retired after the season I'm Dave fairy

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Did You Know John Fetterman Is the Chairman of State Board of Pardons?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | 4 d ago

Did You Know John Fetterman Is the Chairman of State Board of Pardons?

"John Solomon's just the news had a big article about the Democrat candidates who are now nervously and frantically flip flopping on all of their radical positions, trying to walk back how radical they are in time for the midterm election in 47 days. This race in Pennsylvania, while what a doozy, this John fetterman, and Doctor Oz, that race, fetterman, I love the fact that you know that John fetterman, the guy with the hoodie and the tattoos, he's the lieutenant governor, you knew that, right? Did you know he's chairman of the state's board of pardons? No wonder Philly is in so much trouble. No wonder they're struggling in Pittsburgh with crime. Fetterman's letting them all out. How'd you like him to be the director of the state's board of pardons? Does he wear his hoodie? At a parole hearing? Talk about a star chamber from hell. John Federer, yeah, go. You killed, you slaughtered 9 people and you buried him in the backyard. Be free. You were misunderstood as a child. Social justice reform.

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"9%" Discussed on SECTION 9 Cyber Security

SECTION 9 Cyber Security

05:30 min | 7 months ago

"9%" Discussed on SECTION 9 Cyber Security

"When we talk about IT and information security, I'm Damian hall. And I'm Dorothy. And today we're going to be doing a mini security audit and this is where we kind of go over some of the things we're doing in security and just sort of double checking in for a fine. We want to know if these things are good for us or not. Now let's remind ourselves of what we're trying to do here. So a couple episodes ago, I came up with a short list of things that we're going to try to do here at section 9 to improve overall security. And on that list I have patching to FA application allow listing and system on for better windows login. Now we're doing the first three, we're going to save cis man for a separate episode because there's a lot that goes on in that. So we're going to be looking at patching two FA and application allow listing. Now, to give people a better understanding of what we're doing here at section 9, I want to talk about our environment because it's one thing to talk about security in a lab environment. But what does it look like when you drag it out of the lab or out of a book or a video and apply that to the real world? So we're tiny. There's just two of us. But we have Microsoft 360 five, we're using Azure AD and intune, and we have Windows 10 systems that are joined to Azure AD, and they're sort of partially managed out of intune. Whenever we want to apply settings, we're going to be doing that through intune. And this is an environment which can be applied to a business. So if we had, let's say, a hundred employees, we could use this environment in that situation. And it would work perfectly. So I'm trying to create that scenario where, instead of doing security in a lab, we're doing security in the real world. One that you can take with you and you can apply to a business environment, which you can do that, because we're doing it..

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"9%" Discussed on SECTION 9 Cyber Security

SECTION 9 Cyber Security

04:11 min | 8 months ago

"9%" Discussed on SECTION 9 Cyber Security

"Welcome to section 9. We talk about IT and information security. I'm Damien hull. An M Dorothy. And today we're going to be talking about app locker and intune. I had some other things I wanted to talk about. But we now have application allow listing applied to our Windows 10 laptops. So this is awesome. Before we get into anything else, I want to remind people what we're trying to do here. We're trying to improve the overall security for section 9. And we have a short list of things that we want to do in order to pull that off. We're going to do patching, two factor authentication, application allow listing, and then sysmon for better windows logging. And that leads us into detection. We were doing our still doing patching with auto mox. We have two factor authentication. We use the Windows app for that for 360 five, and then we also have dual four LastPass, and now, which is really awesome. We're doing Apple allow listing with intune and app locker. And this is pretty cool. So the idea here is with app locker, we're allowing applications to run from specific directories. We specify what those are. And I'll talk about that in a minute. Anything that is outside of those specific directories that we are specifying within app locker. Won't run. Now, we talked about how attackers get in last episode, and one of the ways they do that is by tricking the end user to click a link, downloads the malware, and then it's game over. In this case, if we're tricked to clicking the link, most likely that application is going to be downloaded or the malware is going to be downloaded into the downloads folder. And is it going to run from that location? No, because that's not one of the allowed directories. So when you try to run an application from the downloads folder, you get this big warning message saying it's not allowed to run. That's awesome. Now, getting there was a bit tricky. So let's talk about app locker because first what you have to have are the settings for getting app locker to work. So I created a test system in our VMware environment, join that to Azure AD, not trying to do that, but I did that. And then I went into the local group policy editor, GP edit. And I looked for.

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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"9%" Discussed on SECTION 9 Cyber Security

"What application allow listing does is it says, you're not able to run, right? Because most likely what's going to happen is if I'm on a browser and I click something, it downloads some software. That malware is going to live in the downloads folder. Application allow listing says this is not an application that is allowed because it's not in the list that we have for our users. Well, we're going to do something super simple. In this case, the malware is in the downloads folder. We're going to specify with app locker, what directories are allowed to run applications. And since this malware is in the downloads folder, it's in a directory we don't approve running applications from. So when that application gets downloaded and tries to execute, application allows us to say, deny, we're going to deny applications in the downloads folder from actually running. Now, some people are going to say, but there's ways around that. There are ways around that. But it's an extra step and a pen testers have said that when application allow listing is applied, it makes it very hard to get in, because how do you bypass that allow listing, right? So if your malware ends up in the downloads folder and does an execute, how do you bypass that? I have no idea. I don't know about those kind of things. It can be done, but now you've made it so hard for that attacker to get into your system because now the malware is just not going to run. It's not going to, so this is going to prevent a lot of malware from ever happening or ever being installed and running on your systems because it is really hard to bypass application allow listing. And it is super effective in preventing these things from getting into your network and your systems. Because it just doesn't run. And if you combine all of the prevention stuff that we're doing patching, two factor authentication, application allow listing. That's a lot like you're really making it harder for the attacker to get in. Because they have to deal with all the things that you're doing. And these are really, really, really effective at making it really, really hard for the attacker to try to get into your systems. I guess if I was a hacker and I tried to get in in those three different ways and I come with that kind of resistance, my thought would be, well, if they have on the basics, there's much in place. They probably have other stuff in place for the rest of the network, so I will move on to the next target. It's not about that. It's about the fact that these things are so effective that it's going to make it so hard for them to get in, that only the best are going to get in. Only the ones that are super dedicated to try to get in are going to get in. So your average attacker that may not have the necessary skills to bypass things like application allow listing. So you reducing the hacker pull, is that what you're saying? Exactly. You're making it so hard, like these things are so effective at making it hard for that via attacker to get in, that most of them just won't be able to do.

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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

05:11 min | 8 months ago

"9%" Discussed on SECTION 9 Cyber Security

"I don't think you can do much beyond that. I don't think you can attach more documentation to it. Maybe in the paid version you can do that, or maybe that's hiding someplace. I haven't been yet. So we'll have to take a look at that. But overall, I really like rumble in the way that it works and how simple it is. Because in a short amount of time, I was able to get it to do a scan and discover devices on the network. The challenging part for us when we do our scans is that we have multiple subnets. And rumble doesn't auto detect subnets, not in the free version. So what that means is I have to have a list of all our subnets, and then I have to be careful about where I place the agent because the system I put it on has to have access to all of the subnets that otherwise they won't see it. Got it. Exactly. So when I did my initial scan for our current location, it found everything, because I put the two sub nights in, got it all. When I tried to scan the lab environment where we have our VMware server, a bunch of other stuff, it missed a couple of subnets. Now I took the time to go look at our network diagram, pull up all the subnets. I went in and looked at our fournette firewalls and our Wi-Fi and all of that to make sure that I had all of our subnets listed so that I can punch those into rumble and do the scan. And of course, the first few times I did it, I missed a few subnets. So when I did it after looking at all the necessary documentation and the devices and all of that, all the correct subnets are in there, but they don't all show up. Because I'm in location a, scanning across the VPN in location B and I don't have access to all the subnets. So some of the subnets don't show up. But why don't you have access to all the subnets? Because from our current location, we don't have routes to those other subnets. So I can't reach them. Oh. So if you don't have all those things set up properly, it's not going to make it. And that's okay. Because maybe I don't want to have access from location a all the way over to location B on that other subnet. Maybe there's a reason we have it configured that way. And so I may have to set up another agent inside of our lab and I was going to do this on our VMware server is a VM, and that way we have an agent in the lab that has access to all the subnets in that location. And then when I do the scan using that agent, it will work just fine. I guess I just thought if you go through the VPN, this thing can go and do this or through the VPN. Access to all subnets is not guaranteed, unless you configure it that way. So there's a bit of a routing situation here where you have to configure that. So there are some things because there are network is so complicated. We have multiple subnets, we have routing issues, we have a VPN connection, multiple locations, we think about these kind of things. But if we summarize here and we look at.

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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

04:17 min | 8 months ago

"9%" Discussed on SECTION 9 Cyber Security

"What we call a authenticated scan, meaning it would log into devices. So you could have it log in to like a Cisco switch. You could have it log in to a firewall. And it would then be able to pick out some things about these different devices that an outside scan on authenticated scan just can't get. So I think if you get the paid version of rumble, you might be able to do authenticated scans. I'm not entirely sure if that's correct, 'cause I haven't seen the paid version and I haven't asked them questions about how the paid version actually works. So that's something else I may want to take a look at. But the fact that it's finding these devices, putting them in a listing, we can query that listing. We can search it for different things. That's awesome. So if we go to lessons learned, overall, I think that this particular piece of software is awesome. And just having the free version is awesome. And because it's found devices that I forgot to put on our inventory. And then it organizes that data into something useful, right? Again, I can query that data. I can search it for information and it's already saved as in the cloud. Is there any guidance of what kind of things you can query for? I haven't looked into that yet. So I'm in the beginning stages. So overall, I think that this is, you know, if I had to pick between end map and rumble, I would go with rumble. And the fact that you get 200 and some devices for free, that's awesome because there was a lot of smaller organizations that may not have 200 and some devices. They have less than that, so you could even just use the free one. Now, if I were doing this for a business, I may want to get the paid version and use some of the other fancier features. Overall, it's not that expensive. I think on the low end, it was something like 800 for the year or something along those lines would be maybe That's not too bad if you get extra features that are going to help you manage your inventory of devices. That's kind of awesome. Because some other tools out there. In fact, I think the one that we had for the MSP, it did more, but it also cost a lot more. So what's the difference in the cost that people can? I don't remember what the cost was for the other one. And that's not really that important..

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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

04:39 min | 8 months ago

"9%" Discussed on SECTION 9 Cyber Security

"Because another one of the goals we have is we're looking at the security piece and we're also looking at the management piece. So because these are our devices, this is our network. We want to manage all of that. And then on the security side, you want to make sure that you have the right kinds of configurations and all your devices, and you have when you go to patch them, you're patching all the devices, not just some of them. And you're not going to be, you're not going to know that you've patched all of them unless you know you have them, which is where your inventory comes into play. So there's a lot of moving parts to this. But when you're starting a new project like this, because somebody actually recommended this particular piece of software to me is rumble. And I wasn't sure what to make of it. I wasn't sure if we were going to use it because when you start a project like this, so in my mind, I have all these other ideas about inventory and all of that. But if we want to look at the goals for evaluating rumble, they're basic. I need to learn more about the application and what it does. I want to find out how much this thing costs because if it costs money, we may not be able to afford that. And then will it work for us? So if we look at something like net box, it's free, it open-source. There's lots of things it does. It would work well for us. Assuming we can make that complex software function the way it's supposed to. So when you're looking at getting a software for this purpose, are you keeping the critical security control, they're just having your inventory in mind for the needs or no. No. What I'm thinking about are the things I was talking about. Some of the security stuff's in there, but when you go to a valuate this, all I'm thinking about is how does the software function? What does it actually do? I want to keep it super basic. Because if I overcomplicate things, I'm never going to learn anything from this. Right, but I guess what I'm trying to do is when you're trying to plan your project and you sat down and you say, okay, I need to have a better software to track her inventory. What are the bids that are on your list in order to? Simple. What devices do we have on the network? That's the question you need to be asking yourself. What devices do I have on the network? And everybody's network has way more devices than people think. That's always the case. I don't care who you think you are. So that is the reason why you wanted to have something that shows you all of the network. I want to see the devices we have on the network. It's only about the devices on the network. What's actually there. Because far too often, what happens is people sit there and say, what did I install last week? What did I install the week before that? What about the week after before that one?.

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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

01:38 min | 9 months ago

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"So again, there's lots of little things that we can talk about that I should have done. Could have done, haven't done them yet, and now it's more of a challenge. And so that's one of the reasons why I want to see, okay, what are people looking for? What are my options here? And maybe I find something I really want and I try really hard to go get that. But I think it's going to take time for me to find something I want, especially with remote, and that's the other thing I wanted to point out. A remote position is a bit more challenging because while you may have other people on your team, you can't turn around and talk to somebody next to you because they're just not there, right? You have to get them on teams, maybe you've never met them before. You need help. Now I have done that and we're all kind of have this experience of working from home because of the way the world is now. And that has worked out for me in the past in my last job. Things kind of worked out with using things like teams and calling people on the phone. But still, a remote position is a bit more challenging than when you're going to, you know, you go on site, you have people you can just turn around and talk to and say, hey, I need help. So we'll see what happens. But yeah, I think that's it for now. If you have any comments or questions, you can email us at support. It's section 9 U.S.. You want to go to our show notes. You can do that. I will have links to Jason Blanchard's accounts online. You can take a look at that, then we'll have links to the class I'm going to be taking, so you can see what that's all about. So check those out. And if you haven't subscribed to our show, please do so, and thanks for listening. Thank you for.

Jason Blanchard U.S.
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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

05:14 min | 9 months ago

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"And one goal that I don't have listed is probably going to be getting my resume out there to as many places as possible. And what makes it a bit more difficult is that I would kind of like to look for a remote position where I can work from home that may be out of state because some of the jobs that they have in state while they may be okay ish, they're not really security positions, which is what I would like to get. There's no guarantee that I will get a security position. They're hard to get and one of the things I found in that when I'm looking at these things, a lot of them are senior, or there's lots of application security. And we'll talk about that in the lessons learned bit. But that's kind of what I'm seeing so far. But those are my goals. Now, on the tasks side, what I want to do is go back to Jason Blanchard. He works for black hills information security. He also has a Twitch channel that he runs, where he helps people find IT jobs. Or any job in general, but typically he's looking for IT jobs. All the stuff that he talks about can be used for any kind of a job. But what he does is he takes you step by step to the whole process and he does a live stream for that and usually helping somebody, not always, but every so often he will have somebody where they will say, hey, I'm looking for this kind of position. Can you help me find one? And then he will go through the process of helping that person find that particular job so they can go and apply for that. But he walks you through the process of building a resume, searching for a job. Where do you go to search? And all that stuff. And the way he does it is better than anything I've ever seen anywhere else. And it's just, I like the way he does that. So I want to go back and make sure that I have that sort of figured out at least a little bit so that when I do my resume and kick it out there, that I have something that's pretty good. So that's the first thing I want to do. And then what I want to do is.

Jason Blanchard
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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

05:55 min | 9 months ago

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"Guess for me, when I'm when I'm actually thinking about doing the project management, it would be like, okay, these are my goals. I'm learning this and then all of a sudden, whatever it is that in the class, I'm learning image trigger like, oh, I can also do this. So do you edit that that task at the time, or do you? Well, this is going to be a bit different because it's a class, right? So if it was an actual IT project, you're installing a server, you're doing some security stuff. They would be different. But in this case, we're just talking about a class. And so I'm not going to worry too much about that yet, because I have to go through the class and see what comes up and what changes. So I wouldn't worry too much about that in this case. We can look at project management and how we do that later on. But for this one, it's just basic stuff. Because I haven't seen the class yet. I haven't participated to digested the information yet. Haven't done the labs yet. So there's a lot of things I just don't know. Now, in the lessons learned piece here, what I'm going to talk about are the lessons I've learned from previous classes. And the things I've learned over the years by doing IT and security. And the big issue I have with security in general is that it's a broad topic. And what you're trying to do here is you're trying to secure all the things, right? It's not about securing a server. It's not about securing a workstation. It's not about securing a network. You're looking at securing all of that stuff, right? Because you're trying to keep the entire organization safe and secure. And that's where things get a bit weird because it's really hard for one person to try to learn server, workstation, Linux, windows, network, that's a lot. And so when you're thinking about these things, that's something you have to take into consideration. Now, in the real world, you're going to be working with a team of people..

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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

03:36 min | 9 months ago

"9%" Discussed on SECTION 9 Cyber Security

"Your homework ahead of time, especially if this is the first time you've ever done it. But even if you've done it a couple of times, but it's been a while. Do your homework, things may have changed, like in this case, the OCB and option that I normally would pay for, it's now free. That's awesome for us. Had I not paid attention, I would have missed one of my goals. I would have paid for The O.C. VPN option when we didn't need to pay for that. So total, I think it was going to be close to $600 or something like that with The O.C. VPN option. I didn't have to pay that because guess what? It's free, so I deleted that from the shopping cart and only paid for what I needed. So those are things that sometimes your vendor may not be able to help you with because at the end of the day, they can't see what you're doing. They can only they can only provide you with information that you have already given them, right? So based on the information you give them, they're going to try to help you. And in some cases, they may make mistakes, that's fine, but you need to do your part to make sure that your ducks are lined up in a row. So when you get information from the vendor, you can look at that and go, oh no, something's missing. Oh no, this is correct. But you're not going to know that unless you your homework. In a larger enterprise environment, hopefully you have somebody on your team who's done this before so that you don't have to be in that situation where you have a Palo Alto firewall that you can't use because the license is wrong. So again, I think overall, for this board in that project, it went really well. While there were some issues with the quote, me not understanding the thing about The O.C..

Palo Alto
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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"9%" Discussed on SECTION 9 Cyber Security

"For whatever it is you're doing. Now one of the things I want to point out here is that the steps I took to get the licensing is for Fortnite. When you're looking at this in terms of other devices, you need to do your homework and make sure you do homework that don't just jump into this and say, okay, I'm going to go purchase some licenses for these devices because I need them and we'll just get it done. Make sure you're doing your homework. I've talked about this before, the Florida net ones went well. Our Palo Alto firewall was a horrible disaster. Part of that was because I didn't do my homework. On the Palo Alto side, when you go to renew a license, there's a special renewal license you have to get. Well, I didn't know that. And I actually think it's kind of dumb that they have this because for Fortnite, you just buy a license. From Iraq you just buy license. And it extends the contract or the time that your device is licensed. With Palo Alto, there's a regular license you get when you purchase the device. And then there's a license you get as a renewal. Well, I didn't know that, and so when I went to go buy it, a mistake was made by the vendor and the vendor purchased a regular license that you would get when you first buy the device. And so when I tried to use that, it wouldn't work. Because you hadn't bought a new device, you already had the device. Exactly. So in that situation, I would say that some of the blame is on the vendor. Some of the blame is on me, and some of the blame is on Palo Alto because I really do believe that if Iraqi and Fortinet can both have a license that you purchase and apply to the device, why do you need to have, why do you need to have a renewal license? Something different. It makes no sense. When I don't understand is that why couldn't you just put your device number on the renewal license and have it recognize as having a bad new? On the new license, well, that's just the way they do it. So here's the thing. When you go to do these kinds of things, at the end of the day, you're it. You're the one that's responsible for making sure that that device gets.

Palo Alto Florida Iraq
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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

04:59 min | 9 months ago

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"Welcome to section 9 when we talk about IT information security, I'm Damian hall. And I'm Dorothy. And today we're going to be talking about our firewall licensing. I have some updates for that. We talked about that last episode. And I want to talk about that last episode because I think I did a poor job of explaining things. And so for this one, I was thinking about how am I going to do a better job, making sure I cover everything that's important. So I came up with this kind of a framework for how I want to do the show. And it kind of follows the way we do our project management process. So we have goals, we have tasks, and we have lessons learned. So let's jump into this. We'll start off with the goals and I have two things here. Get licensed before the old ones expire. And then only pay for the features that we use. So those are the two goals I have for this particular project. Now the tasks are the things that we're going to do to achieve those goals. So I have inventory features, quote, purchase and apply licenses. On the inventory side, I want to know how many devices we have in our case, we have two, and then you have to get the model number and serial numbers. This is super important because when you go to purchase your licenses, you need to tell the vendor or something about your devices. What do you have? And then you want to make sure you're getting all the licenses for all your devices. You don't want to miss one. Now, when it comes to features, I have a bit of a problem here. Because I don't know what features I really want. There's one that I know for sure. But what I'm going to tell the vendor is that I want the basics. Whatever the basics are to keep this thing functional, I want that. Plus, I want The O.C. VPN option. And The O.C. VPN option is for the nets SD WAN option. SD WAN. Software defined wide area network. And what this does is it automatically builds your site to site VPN connections. So our site VPN is between two firewalls. We have one location and then another location with our data center. Those are the two locations. So typically what a site to site VPN will be used for is between offices. So let's say, for example, you have an office in Alaska, you have an office in Seattle, that would be connected by a site to site VPN connection, so that people in the different offices can access resources within those different offices. Across that VPN connection. You can build it manually,.

Damian hall Dorothy Alaska Seattle
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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

04:20 min | 10 months ago

"9%" Discussed on SECTION 9 Cyber Security

"Otherwise, none of that stuff is going to be routed across the VPN. So if we use the automatic cloud VPN piece, then we don't have to worry about that. And it's more like a Meraki kind of environment where Meraki handles all that stuff for you. You chuck them into the same network and all of those things automatically make a VPN connection. And you can specify a hub, but it's automatic, and that's how Ford and it works if you get this extra piece. I'm being told that that's something that is included, but I don't think so, because I think in the past, we had to pay for that. So I'm having them double check that. But let's talk about some of the features we have in these firewalls and which ones actually get used. So there's things like AV or antivirus, there's other features in there for security purposes, there's things like web filtering where you can block certain websites or think there may be categories. You can put in there and all that kind of stuff. Haven't really played around with that, but that's something you could use in there. And then they're also, they also have intrusion prevention and detection types of things in there. I haven't really messed with that. That's part of the package deal that we get. It maybe turned on by default, although again, I haven't really looked at that. Some of these features don't actually get used at all. Like AV. Antivirus is something that has to see the actual data or the file that may be a virus. And if all of the web traffic or most of the web traffic that we have today is encrypted, you know, it's SSL encrypted TLS TLS encrypted, it's not going to see the data inside of that because it can't. It's encrypted. So the AV on your workstation or laptop is the one that's going to see those things, which we do have. Now, paying extra for that on the firewall kind of makes no sense if you can never use that. Now you can do things like an SSL decrypt and all of that. I've looked into that. It's kind of complicated. It doesn't always work. So I thought, well, okay, how many of these advanced firewall features are we actually using? And a lot of the things that I paid for were things that I had plans to kind of go in there and test and never did. And some of the stuff that we have in there is just, again, we're not using it, and I think in our particular case, and even in smaller organizations, there are things that like AV, you can't use them unless you set it up and do all this extra work to do like an SSL decrypt. One of the things that I have a question because I did take firewall, a new generation firewall class, a long time ago,.

Meraki chuck Ford
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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

03:16 min | 10 months ago

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"Welcome to section 9 when we talk about IT and information security, I'm Damien hall. And I'm Dorothy. And today we're going to be talking about some projects I've been working on as sort of the last thing I do for this year and this is going to be our last episode. We talked about doing another one, but I think this is going to be it because we're not going to have time to do to do another show. For the last thing that I wanted to do, we kind of talked about that last episode. I talked about our Wi-Fi issue. And I was getting ready to do or install our Fortnite access point. And get rid of the ASUS Wi-Fi router that we're currently using. Unfortunately, I ran into another issue which I knew was coming up, but I haven't been paying attention to it enough, which is our firewall licensing. It's going to run out. And that needs to be renewed next month. So that's kind of like the first big thing we have to do next year is make sure we have licenses for a firewall. Otherwise, you're going to stop working. So what I was told by a third party because when you get licensing for a lot of things, you can't go direct to the company. So like if you get Cisco licensing, let's just go gear, you can't go to Cisco and buy that. You have to go through a third party to get the hardware and licensing. So same thing with Fortnite. Contacted them, well, first I contacted Fortnite to ask them what the best way to get licensing is and they said, you would need to go through a third party. I think there used to be a way to go to the website and through the.

Damien hall Dorothy Cisco
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SECTION 9 Cyber Security

04:34 min | 10 months ago

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"Some of the new classes I'm taking. So I did take the black hills, intro to security course with John strand, and I took that because the last time I took it, I was only able to see parts of the course, and I didn't actually get a chance to do labs. I was trying to do that alongside work, and I didn't have time off to really focus on that particular class. So the next class that I took is active defense and cyber deception. Now, this is, again, is taught by John strand. This is where you build on top of the intro to security. So intro to security is the kind of stuff we talk about. Using things like best practice, doing the basics and security, we talk about the CIS controls, doing the first 6, that's the kind of stuff that you learn in intro to security, which is great, because there was a lot of people in IT who don't understand how to do that. When you go into cyber deception, that's where you begin to build on top of that and you really get into some interesting things. Now, the basics kind of hard to do when you turn around and try to implement them, so it's going to be interesting to see how this course plays out when I try to take the course and then you have to begin to say to yourself, okay. How do I apply this in the real world? Works fine in the lab environment, but not want to turn around and apply that to stuff we have. And that's where things get a bit tricky. So want to plan for that. I'm going to have to review the intro to security course and kind of learn or go back over some of that stuff so that when I take the cyber deception course, I'm ready for that. And it's just kind of good to kind of go back and review things every so often anyway. But we also have the holidays coming up, so we're going to be busy doing Christmassy stuff. Not sure how much of this we're going to get to. And that's also why this particular episode is so short. And while we missed a couple episodes, busy with Thanksgiving holiday and other things and so we'll see how far we get. At the very least, I need to rip out that Wi-Fi access point or the ASUS Wi-Fi router and put in our Fortnite box. Or access point, and I think that's going to be pretty straightforward..

John strand CIS
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I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

07:12 min | 3 years ago

"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

"<hes> the opportunity for them. Being experienced can be lessened right so that question pops into my mind. Can you proactively prevent the source of negative energy that contributes to mint mental health issues from ever occurring. Now i know is this may be a fantasy world. You guys are probably thinking that right now. I'm living in a fantasy world but is it and again. We're on the career nine to five plane here right. Is it possible to identify before or you even like accept a job for example. Is it possible to gain insight into that. Company's culture are our values you think about it. Is i mean it's it's not funny <hes> but again i already understand ended. This is a fantasy world may be living in right now but you you think about reviews that you see for for movies or arrest warrants. <hes> you know it's easy to go to yelp or some other critic site and get reviews who's own movies are are restaurants right. Can the same research be done for a prospective job op that you're looking to to get our our respective company. I mean i can see myself and i've done it before. You know a couple of years ago when when i was seeking employment at find a job online whether it's indeed or lincoln in i'd find a job and i'd research the company i'd go find reviews glass door and see what people <hes> have to say about that company or that specific job title <hes> i mean it can be done. I mean because the the information is there. People give reviews on companies and jobs all the time right but just like movies and my wife and i have learned this or multiple occasions. Those reviews are just coming from those specific. People we all have different preferences in what that person who gave that bad review on that specific movie may like or dislike may be totally different from what i like and dislike so that kind of rules out the possibility of gaining insight on a company's values and culture. I think it can be done but at the same time i. I don't think it's something that you wanted depend too heavily on right. <hes> is it possible before you commit to a job to observe the climate se during an interview is is that even possible again just trying to think of ways that i are you or anybody could prevent themselves for getting involved with a company or a job bob. That's just gonna bring them misery. What can we do proactively to prevent this negative energy from coming into our lives on a daily basis. I can just i. I can see myself in the last interview that i had with a new company. You know you go in you meet h._r. Meet meet the hiring manager and everything seem so perfect right. Everybody seems so nice and and i mean hill that could be a front like i mentioned i've been management. I've had hire people before and i can tell you i've experienced you know interviewer's coming in and putting on their very best. You know to try and impress me in impressed h._r. Doing whatever they have to do to get the job right so the people put on masks to to answer my own question. I really don't see how what you can do proactively to prevent the negative energy that you experience in your your hated career nine to five unfortunately ultimately. There's there's no real way to know how you'll be affected by a nine to five until you're in that career situation. It's really we know where you'll know that the job that you're about to accept and about to commit to is going to become hated hated by yourself right but there are things that you can do to i think minimize the impact and that's where where it's important to have established a career goal. I've expressed the importance of career goal in multiple episodes of this show and i'll probably continue to do that because just think about it with that. Goal you understand the end result holt of your efforts right and just say you're in a position where <hes> you hate your your career nine to five but at the same time you know where you're going you you know where this path leads to therefore you know that this this that this negative energy that you're currently experiencing. You know that it's temporary whatever the title of this job dr. Your career may be at the at the moment. You know that it's temporary because you have a destination that you're trying to reach and that's the importance that's why it's so important to to have a career goal. In this case that career goal it almost has the effect of <hes> like a silver lining type of effect. I mean you know deep in your heart. You hate this career arena that you're currently engaged in but at the same time you see the goal. That's a bit of a positive that you can us to help you get through your your current situation now on the personal side good like i mentioned just like career nine to five we have we have personal nine to fives. Some of us are are our husbands. Some of you will wives some love you a mother's. Some of us are father's right..

bob yelp lincoln
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I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

"Had to deal with mental health issues myself fright at least that i know of <hes> so i don't know how easy it is for a person who's experiencing some of these early warning signs how easy it is for that person to identify that something is wrong. I don't know i i really don't <hes> and so again per the u._s. Department of human of human services and health eating or sleeping too much or too little as one of the top early warning signs pulling away from people and usual activities titties having low or no energy. What's another early warning. Signs feeling helpless hopeless yelling. L. ing are fighting with friends and family feeling unusually confused forgetting on edge angry upset worried or scared. Let's see what another early warning sign on the list that they give hearing voices are believing things that aren't true so i mean it's grief. It's some serious stuff here <hes> but again i don't know when i can't say with with with certainty that a person who experiences the stuff really knows that they're experiencing it. I mean you look at the first early warning sign that they give here eating or sleeping too much or too little. I mean hell. I would just think that i'm tired hired always hungry i. I don't know i'm definitely on the outside looking in here so i sympathize with those who there are really experiencing some of these issues but at the same time they may not know that they're experiencing these these issues a couple of the <hes> major illnesses mental health illnesses that i seem to run across her.