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Gas prices dip just below $4 for the first time in 5 months

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 hrs ago

Gas prices dip just below $4 for the first time in 5 months

"Gas prices are falling at the pump just in time for that last surge of vacation travel before kids head back to school Triple-A says the national average for a gallon of regular gas has fallen to $3 and 99 cents and the shopping app gas buddy cited an average of three 98 That's down more than a dollar from mid June and the first time it's gone below $4 in 5 months motorists in some western states are still paying more Oil prices have dropped on concerns about slowing economic growth around the world and the U.S. benchmark for crude oil recently dipped close to $90 a barrel Republicans are blaming President Biden for high gas prices while Biden has been sparring with oil companies accusing them of posting huge profits while not producing as much oil and gas as they could be Jennifer King Washington

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Is It Time for a Refresh at the FBI? Matt Whitaker Weighs In

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:04 min | 1 d ago

Is It Time for a Refresh at the FBI? Matt Whitaker Weighs In

"This as well as the vast majority of FBI DoJ is 99%. I mean, they're tired of this. I think, you know, I've talked to them, and I know you have, well, they're just tired of this. You're right. Do we go back? Because you were sitting at the top of the ladder there. You saw some of this play out, you've known some of these players, is it time just for, I mean, down to some deputy level, it's time for a refresh at the FBI, probably at DoJ as well. And how do we make how can we encourage that to happen? Because this has gotten singing grain. Yeah. It is. I think it's also time for Congress quite frankly to exert its really one lever that it has. And that is funding. There needs to, you know, the FBI has, I think, maybe 30 agents dedicated to lobbying Congress. They are very effective at building these relationships, explaining their mission, explaining how important their mission is and how they do their mission. But when you're priorities are taking people off of violent crime, international terrorism, you know, listen, we've had 50 people in terrorist watch list try to enter our country in the last year on the southern border. You know, all of these issues, Doug. I think it's time to start having a conversation legitimate conversation about funding for the FBI and their priorities because they always come and then they ask for more money. I supported, for example, them plussing up their cyber capabilities seemed important seems sort of forward leaning. But you know, what I think they're using those resources for instead of doing the issues I just described and so many other important issues, you know, child sex trafficking and just there's a million issues, as you know, that the FBI investigates. I think they're spending way too much time on these political cases. For example, this one against Donald Trump,

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Pres. Trump: The Corrupt Establishment Wants to Keep Its Power

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Pres. Trump: The Corrupt Establishment Wants to Keep Its Power

"But listen to what Trump said about the beast as I call it, the media, the Democrats, the machine, including Liz Cheney and the January 6th committee doing everything it can to stop him. Never forget everything that's corrupt establishment is doing to me is all about preserving their power and control over the American people. They want to damage me in any form so that I can no longer represent the hardworking citizens of our country so that I will no longer get a 99% approval rating from cpac. 99% approval rating from cpac.

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Beyonce's New Album Is Causing Controversy

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:45 min | Last week

Beyonce's New Album Is Causing Controversy

"Her latest album is called renaissance. It's the first one she's released since lemonade. Remember that hoopla 6 years ago? It's causing quite a stir in the business. Remember she's saying in the Super Bowl? Oh my God. A lot of shit in the business now because of this album. A couple of singles were secretly released. I don't believe that for a second. I'm sure it was coordinated without her consent. Yeah, sure. She knew what was going on. Another pop star, kelis, and the police, my milkshake brings all the boys to the yard and they're like, it's better than yours, right? That's kelis. Kelis went on Instagram to give Beyoncé some shit. 'cause her album has 16 tracks and it pays homage to dance music and she samples some iconic hits from Donna Summer and Robin S, Robin S recently said she was thrilled to have a work included. But now everybody's thrilled. Apparently, kelis is not thrilled because milkshake was incorporated to Beyoncé's album on the 5th track called energy. So now she's speaking out to claim that the song was used without her permission. And without getting too in the weeds, let me just say the production duo of Pharrell Williams because I'm happy and if you feel all right, Pharrell Williams and his partner Chad Hugo, they're known as the neptunes. They're listed as two riders of milkshake, which was released back in 2003, and kelis is credited as a sole performer. So she and the neptunes have a long and complicated history. We don't need to know that. They worked on a first three albums in 99, 2001, 2003. Who even knew, kelis has three albums. I didn't know. But either way, it's not my world. But according to new track credits for energy that you see on Spotify and Apple music, both Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo are listed among the numerous co writers on the song while kelis goes on mentioned. And despite not being listed in the song's credits, her involvement in renaissance was teased earlier last week after Beyoncé released an official track list naming the artists set to be sampled in each song and as a fan account on Instagram that put up the list, she repulsed the list of Beyoncé put out. And that got a response from kelis, who said that this was the first time she'd heard that her work was being used on Beyoncé's album. And she wrote in response to this fan, it's not a collaboration. It's theft. So right away, shots fired. And kelis went on to say, my mind is blown because the level of disrespect and utter ignorance of all three parties involved is astounding.

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We Are 99 Days Away From the Midterm Elections...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:02 min | Last week

We Are 99 Days Away From the Midterm Elections...

"Are 99 days away from the midterm elections, and I am here today to warn you to tell you what not what you want to hear, but what you need to hear. I've said many times on the Charlie Kirk show podcast, we are not hopium dealers, hope and opium feels good, but it's awfully bad for you. I'm going to tell you bluntly and plainly what is happening in real time. What I'm going to tell you happening is that Republicans are messing up the inevitable red wave and tsunami with gas prices inflation, open border, CRT war on kids, pedophilia widespread, vaccine mandates, the lying and the deceit of the unpopular president, all of that is true, but guess what? Democrats are adjusting and Republicans are asleep. Despite all of this, we right now are living through a moment where Republicans are already measuring the drapes of the speaker's office, they are trying to find out what offices they'll get if they take back the Senate there is work to be done, everybody, and the numbers are not good.

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Northwestern US heat wave could have hottest day on Tuesday

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Northwestern US heat wave could have hottest day on Tuesday

"The Pacific Northwest part of the United States rarely see scorching weather but that has not been the case the past few days temperatures in Portland Oregon could top 100° today that would make it the hottest day of a week long heat wave for the region Forecasters have issued an excessive heat warning for parts of Oregon and Washington state Seattle could hit the 90s and in eastern parts of Oregon and Washington 110° as temperatures in the northwest heat up is expected to cool a bit in the northeast in the coming days where it was 99° in Philadelphia on Sunday and at least 100° for 5 consecutive days in Newark New Jersey I'm Donna water

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90% of U.S. Gun Owners Own to Protect Their Families

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

90% of U.S. Gun Owners Own to Protect Their Families

"Not a good Samaritan, this guy elisha dickon is a great Samaritan. And he illustrated a very important point that the left would prefer you not know. That by and large, overwhelmingly, 99% of law abiding gun owners in America. Only own a gun to protect themselves and their families. They may be hunters, they may be marksmen, but primarily people own guns to protect their families, and thank God that Indiana's concealed carry law went into effect otherwise we would have been talking about a massacre. And given more ammo for the left to go after an all out gun grab. Which is apparently coming possibly as early as this week.

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Sesame Place Accused of Having Racist Muppets

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Sesame Place Accused of Having Racist Muppets

"Let me talk to the parents for a second. Guys, I know I've been telling you not to go to any of Disney's theme parks or see their movies and I know that's hard for parents with kids because Disney is just huge if you're a kid. I get it. So Disney finally is off the hook today. Now there's a new company in the bullseye of Sesame Street. And it's actually one of the bulls I have canceled culture because it's a place called sesame place to take off on Sesame Street. And again, in all kinds of trouble because of what a character named rosita data couple Q to a couple of cute black children. It happened. It was so quick, but boy, are they making a stick? So they made a statement about this. I remember one of them there believes that equity and inclusion and never intends to hurt any child's feelings, you know, the rosita character walk down the parade route and didn't give a high 5 to two little black kids and they're going crazy. And they said, look, look, sometimes the people who play these characters can't see every one sometimes. It's plus a heavy furry thing on their head. I mean, you know how hard it is to walk around with your 6 foot Muppet in this 99° heat or higher, think about that for a

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Stocks sweep higher on Wall Street as profit reports roll in

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Stocks sweep higher on Wall Street as profit reports roll in

"Its best day in three weeks as more reports pour in on how much profit companies made during the spring The S&P 500 rose 2.8% after a powerful tide carried 99% of the stocks in the index upward The Dow added 2.4% and the NASDAQ rose 3.1% Small company stocks rose even more pushing the Russell 2000 index up 3.5% Banks dominated the earliest part of the reporting season but now more types of companies are reporting earnings Halliburton and Hasbro both rose after reporting stronger profits than analysts expected I'm Lisa

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Should We Be Concerned With the Monkeypox?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Should We Be Concerned With the Monkeypox?

"Last hour, if you will, were not on board, spoke about monkeypox, world health organization reported 99% of those who get it, are male. The vast majority of them, this is World Health Organization. Are those who engage in male to male sexual activity. But we don't know exactly why. We knew why in the case of heterosexual, excuse me, in case of aids, why it was overwhelmingly gay men. An intravenous drug users on their partners. But apparently we don't yet know why it is true for male to male. Sexual intimacy, but given the healthcare in the west, you don't have really don't have to worry about dying from monkeypox.

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Why Are People Still Wearing COVID Masks?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Are People Still Wearing COVID Masks?

"So I mentioned the masks the other day. And this is a really smart question. So this is from Oliver. It's more of a comment, but I'm going to turn it into kind of a reaction to it. Charlie, you spoke the other day about young people being scared of COVID because you saw them voluntarily wearing masks. It's not fear of COVID. It's fear of not being seen as conforming. Young people don't want to stand out anymore, or they want to be seen as being a good Democrat. I also think they like covering their face as they are most likely to be very self conscious. That's exactly right. It's super smart. I say this as a millennial who does not use social media, or I guess it could be that they're all so dumb, they think cloth masks work. Oliver. I do want to expand on this, though, is that there are people that actually find comfort and having to cover up their face. Is there's people that find comfort in having to be not having to converse and having to show facial emotions. I am not a fan of masks for the same reason I'm not a fan of the Muslim veil. I think that it's dehumanizing. I think the lord gave us a face for a reason. And especially for young children to be able to develop the necessary social cues. They say that 99% of communication is actually not in regards to the audible. It's also in regards to the facial, let's just say responses and the intricacies of how we communicate visually and not just verbally. And the fact that most young people are wearing most of the people wearing masks are young people. I think it's very telling. For a generation that has been unnecessarily told to comply under the dogma and the regime of fear, but I think the self conscious thing is very, very true.

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Emmett Till accuser, in memoir, denies wanting teen killed

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Emmett Till accuser, in memoir, denies wanting teen killed

"The white woman who accused black teenager Emmett Till of making improper advances before he was lynched in Mississippi in 1955 says she neither identified him to The Killers nor watered him murdered I Norman hall in an unpublished memoir obtained by The Associated Press Carolyn Bryant donham says she was unaware of what would happen to the 14 year old Emmett Till till was abducted killed and tossed in a river now 87 donum was 21 at the time her then husband Roy Bryant and his half brother JW milam were acquitted of murder charges but later confessed in a magazine interview copy of her 99 page manuscript I am more than a wolf whistle was obtained by historian Timothy Tyson Her autobiography should be taken with a good sized shovel full of salt Until relative says the memoir is proof of involvement a racially discovered kidnapping warrant issued for Donna was never served I Norman

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Joe Biden: 'Read the Polls, Jack!'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | Last month

Joe Biden: 'Read the Polls, Jack!'

"Here is an exchange. He got real feisty. Now, all of us want to be old. I do. I want to live to be 99 years old. I just don't think I ought to be president of the United States. Here's cut 13. Listen to this reporter, who's pointing out the disastrous poll numbers he has. And he gets in the reporter's face. He liked menacingly comes towards the reporter. And it's one of those honest to goodness. One of those old men stay out of my lawn. Get out of my get out of here. You kids you rascals, you young whippersnappers make a lot of noise. I'm not gonna put up with this racket, you scoundrel you. I mean, it's like, that's what it's like. You could see him. He's so old and he comes walking menacingly and the two nervous Secret Service agents are on either side of him. And they're looking at him like, oh, please, mister president, can you not do this? What are you doing? You've got to hear and see this. Mister president, what's your message to Democrats who don't want you to run again? They want me to ride. Two thirds of the pole. Through the pose, Jack. You guys are all the same. That pull showed that 92% of Democrats if I ran would vote for me. A majority of Democrats say they don't want you to run again in 2024. 92% said if I did, they'd vote for it. Read the polls, Jack. Stop playing that rock and roll in that that devil music, your little whippersnapper. No pop that gum around me.

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The Left Has Destroyed the Young

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:59 min | Last month

The Left Has Destroyed the Young

"I am so interested in getting people married. That when I said Wednesday, I saw the word we D in my brain. And I'll give you one more example of how committed I am to that. I do a fireside chat every week for PragerU. It comes out on Thursdays. You've got many, many hundreds of thousands of years each week. And it's quite popular. I know it because of it's the first thing most people mention when they see me at airports are in restaurants. And each week I feature a question, a video question from someone who watches, 99% of the time it's a young person. Because most of the viewers of my fireside chat are young people. So yesterday there was older than usual, she was 31. And she was obviously very bright. And her mode of presentation of the question was very classy. And she was very attractive, a young woman. And I, in my answer to her, said, I don't know if you're married, but if you're not, I may have a guy for you. Can you imagine how shocked she's gonna be? When she sees my response, she lives in she lives in the New York, the New York City area. Oh my Friends, my Friends, when I think of young people, I can cry, I know that's a cliche. The reason things become cliches is something because they're often true. And this is a true instance. Young people, what the left has done to them, the damage is incalculable.

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The Economy Is What's Driving Voters to the Polls

The Officer Tatum Show

02:03 min | Last month

The Economy Is What's Driving Voters to the Polls

"Right now as it stands, Donald Trump is the FrontRunner in my mind. He's the front ready for president. I'm sick of the drama that surrounds Donald Trump because of these leftist dickies. He can't stand them. I'm sick of them crying every day about him. But at the end of the day, I still want him to be the president. Now I will say that there's people that I've talked to in the lounge and people that are Democrats and never trumpers and they said that they'll vote for desantis and they wouldn't vote for Donald Trump. I want to know what you guys think about that. We posed this question on the show before, but I really want to know what you guys think if you want to call in and give some insight. We did a poll on my YouTube channel. And I'm going to look it up so I can get the accurate and accurate number of how many people actually participated in the poll, let me see community tab, look at the poll. We did a poll, it says, who do you want? To be the chosen Republican candidate to run for president in 2024. We had a 127,000 people participate in the poll. Obviously, 100%, maybe 99% of these people are conservative. But 55% of people said they wanted Donald Trump. 40% said they wanted Ron DeSantis. We did another. We did a few other polls on here. Just so you guys could be aware of what the people are thinking, especially on the YouTube channel. And these are significant amount of people on a poll. I mean, all of these are over 100,000 people polled. One of the things was, and I know some of you guys may have comments about this. What issue do you think would drive voters to the poll most in this year's midterm election? Gun laws, apportioned economy, social issues, other. 90% of people said that the economy, inflation gas prices and stocks. 90% out of a 153,000 people, they voted that the biggest thing that's going to make them turn out in the midterms is the economy.

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Is the Economy More Important Than Abortion and Gay Marriage?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:26 min | Last month

Is the Economy More Important Than Abortion and Gay Marriage?

"Now my guy Nick that does my videos, he's in the background, and he's saying that the economy is more important than people worrying about abortions. AKA genocide, a poll was done, and this article came from breitbart, it says that a poll was done. It was about a thousand respondents and you know how I think about polls. I don't know if there's a thousand responders or impartial in the first place. However, this poll was done in 66.2% of the respondents said that the economy is more important than abortion rights. I did a survey on my YouTube channel of close to 2 million people and what was the numbers 92% said that the economy is more important than abortion rights. Now, 99% of the people that follow me probably are conservative or at least conservative leaning. So my polls are biased and it's probably going to be about a 100,000 people that participate in that poll, but like I said, it's biased. Now the question for you, ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, is if clarence Thomas and the Supreme Court Justice overrule the protections quote unquote of gay marriage, meaning that the states will begin to make the decision of whether or not gay marriage is acceptable. Do you think that the numbers will be just as important or just as staggering, meaning that more people would care and vote based on the economy than vote based on gay marriage?

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Why the Uvalde Police Couldn't Have Prevented School Shooting

The Officer Tatum Show

01:03 min | Last month

Why the Uvalde Police Couldn't Have Prevented School Shooting

"If a person with an AR-15 is in a room of children, these children are not blocked by any kind of ballistic barrier. More than likely they're huddled in a corner as they're trained in one portion of the room. He standing and shooting hundreds of rounds into teachers and children in two classrooms, unobstructed. This has occurred before police ever arrived at the door or the hallway. I'm not the smartest man in the world. But there's a possibility and I'll tell you why the investigation believes this as well, that there's a possibility that no matter what the police responds was, at least 99% of the children that were in the room could have been completely murdered before cops ever showed up to the scene.

Sebastian Welcomes Gordon Chang of 'The Great US-China Tech War'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:37 min | Last month

Sebastian Welcomes Gordon Chang of 'The Great US-China Tech War'

"He is the author of numerous works. You have to check out the most recent being the great U.S. China tech war. He is, of course, Gordon G Chang Gordon. Welcome back to America first. Thank you so much, doctor G. Gordon, let's start. Can I start with a kind of very prosaic kind of layman's question? We'll get into all the very technical and deep national security issues. But in the summer of 2022, did you expect for a nanosecond that we'd be where we are today in terms of China and America after the last two years? It seems as if just one issue. It seems as if culpability for COVID is not an issue anymore. Yes, this is astounding, because we don't know a 100% where SARS CoV-2 came from. 99% it came from a lab, but that's not a hundred. But there is something that we know 100%. And that is that Xi Jinping, the Chinese ruler, made decisions to deliberately spread this disease beyond China's borders. Now, for at least 5 weeks and maybe longer, they lied about contagiousness. They knew that this was highly transmissible human to human, but the told the world it was not. And then they pressured other countries to not protect themselves while they were locking down their own country. You put those two things together, it shows that they definitely wanted this disease beyond

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"99" Discussed on 99 problems

99 problems

02:03 min | 10 months ago

"99" Discussed on 99 problems

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99 problems

04:43 min | 10 months ago

"99" Discussed on 99 problems

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"99" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

04:18 min | 11 months ago

"99" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

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"99" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

03:25 min | 11 months ago

"99" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

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"99" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

05:09 min | 11 months ago

"99" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

"To rambunctious bombastic newscast aka off be and the voice nets brought to you by an hit by ribbon. Wet of the wild since to you. Yes yes yes you know. I think that i find peace in life. I think i think unlike in my life unfolded aware that mike capacity. I think that for some reason instructors which are available to us as human beings so and karachi of hindsight project against things..

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"99" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

08:26 min | 11 months ago

"99" Discussed on 99% Invisible

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Twelve different countries who spoke different languages different cultures and economies all using the same paper money. Nobody was sure if it would work and yet despite the risk there were some really good reasons to try this. Is jacob goldstein. The author of money the true story of a made up thing. Jacob hiram so let's talk about the euro specifically were going to talk about the design of the paper money. But let's start with the idea of the euro itself yet. You can start that story with the fall of the berlin wall. How do you measure such an astonishing moment in history. The east german government's said tonight they were going to make more openings in the wall. At least a dozen more put bulldozers right through the wall so that more people could cross to the west east germany and west. Germany had been separate countries since the end of world war two and in nineteen ninety. Germany was about to become one country again which was in many ways a joyous moment. You know the fall of this repressive regime in east germany the reunification of families and communities but in the postwar era west germany have become an economic powerhouse and europeans. Were afraid that a united germany might be a little too strong which you know. They had some really grounded historical reasons to be worried about this kind of thing. So the president of france francois mitterrand came up with a plan. He proposed this deal with the german chancellor he said we will support a reunified germany. If you germany agree to give up your national currency and join with your neighbors in this new shared money basically. He wanted to put germany in this big european bear hook and germany said yes because who doesn't love a bear hug sure especially at european bear hug in green in the euro involved all kinds of decisions like. How do you replace all the money and the atm machines. And what is the exchange rate between the old differences and the new one and there was this one seemingly small question that took up a lot of attention. What was the new money gonna look like. That's my favorite dilemma. It's a very you question. It's a very hard question because paper. Money had been this kind of nationalistic thing. The place where a country would put pictures of their heroes and their landmarks but the point of the euro was to transcend nationalism to build this single unified europe. So if you put say the reichstag on the hundred euro note and the eiffel tower. On the fifty. The french would be like how come the germans got the hundred and we only got the fifty and then the dutch would be like at least you got the fifty. We didn't get anything on any bill. So when the architects of the euro announced a contest to design the new banknotes they added a rule no national heroes or national symbols or national landmarks. Which doesn't leave a lot of options still designers from fourteen different european central banks submitted ideas and on december thirteenth nineteen ninety-six. The head of the european monetary institute had a press conference to announce the winner. We wanted first to inform the heads of state and government About this choice because this is a choice is clearly for symbolic major symbolic significance. The winner he said was an austrian banknote designer named robert kalina. In the kalina designs there was no eiffel tower. No famous author or general or queen instead. Kalina chose the most inoffensive symbols imaginable. The design emphasizes remain architectural elements windows gateways and bridges the metaphors right themselves. You know openness connection exactly what you want at this moment. When a big chunk of europe was joining together to use a single kind of money for the first time since the roman empire and for the metaphors to work they had to make sure these inoffensive symbols didn't represent a particular country. So the pictures on the bills weren't actual windows and gateways and bridges. They were pretend. Bridges imaginary gateways. The images on the paper money were supposed to exude european-ness but not spanish nece or frenchness or german das. Everything went fine with the windows and gateways. The problem was the bridges. The person who figured out that the problem was the bridges was a bridge. Loving british journalist named russ swan. He was the editor of a magazine. Called bridge design and engineering. I talked to him recently and he told me that of course. He was delighted to learn that. Pretend bridges we're going to feature prominently on europe's new money. We are the rich people and using our thing that thing and you know. That's so russ figured he would do a little story for his magazine about the paper money. He requested a press pack with pictures of the bills. This was the mid nineties you know the web was just getting going and the euro people send him pictures the bridges on the bills. Go in chronological order. So the oldest bridges are on the smallest bills. It's like a little tour through architectural history. And as russ's looking at these pictures the first thing that catches his eye is the five hundred euro note. Which is the biggest bill and the most modern bridge. The five hundred euro has a cable stayed bridge. It's a modern style bridge where there these straight cables holding up most of the structure. It's graphically very striking and lovely again. This is supposed to be a generic example of abridge not a real landmark but russ notice something wrong with this supposedly fake bridge. It looked like a grid had been to visit six seven weeks earlier in in northern france. It's called the the pond nominee normandy bridge. And i thought i i. I think that's the normandy. I think that's i think that's not the fictitious structure that the european union have said it was so there are a lot of cable stayed bridges and they all kind of look like this. But i don't eat the bridge at the science are these pillars. And there's this one spot where you'd expect to see a pillar but there is no pillar and it's drew upon normandy and it's also true.

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"99" Discussed on The Hedge

The Hedge

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"99" Discussed on The Hedge

"Could i do that better myself. Probably not and i think that's the risk calculation most organizations are doing and they still come out in a lotta ways ahead and so you know and then also de dos attacks. Alban already brought up. He's a huge like they just can't financially support the infrastructure to protect against it. So it's i mean it's a complex problem in. There are all kinds of things driving it. So i think it's an interesting conversation but i understand why we're here and the challenges of I don't. I don't know how we're not here. I think i think it's about. How do we protect resiliency. And understand the interdependencies better. So that one service doesn't kill another one and again we're back to talking about failure. Domains right blast radiuses. Those things we talked about for years and years is just a different context. I think though that part of this is driven like what you're talking about. Their yvonne is part of this is driven out of complexity. And like i was just talking to somebody who's going to start up. And they said our idea of our startup is we're going to do network. We're gonna do network on a campus without all the complexity of routing protocol. And i didn't say anything but of course i was like Yeah we'll see how that turns out because kuba needs actually started with the same mindset to write that we're going to get rid of routing protocols to make things simpler and in the end what they built was so hard to deal with that people are now starting to put routing protocols back in the communities because it's simpler but this this drives back to the whole concept of being the trash can of the internet all the stuff we just throw things out there and make things so complex for ourselves and then we wind because things are complex. Well i like this this idea. And the article about The concept of using public cloud is inseparable from trusting your cloud provider. I think it shows the you basically have to do those things at the same time. You have to trust them if you're going to use them and that comes back to the economies of scale conversation that we're having if you have one thing that works then you just keep using that one thing that works and then as it gets as it gets bigger it gets apparently better at solving your problem and then i think that as things consolidate than we we come into now where we have all these dependencies as seems like a sort of inexorable thing that's going to happen just wonder if there's a way to break it apart or it's this is just how just just how it works and is it possible to have multiple failure to mainz in this environment or they just intertwined. I think the gogo article that. Tom just reference is very critical. Because as you said you know you you convoy this. Because internet consolidation centralization has its benefits it is useful and striped on cost and is actually saver full for love small businesses as well but It's just that when we use these kinds of launch scout network. We also have to maintain this kind of skepticism towards them. Because i i my problem. Is that when..

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"99" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"99" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Wish on anyone big thing. He's to ego or n. J. for sharing this crazy story with us. If you found this episode interesting you might wanna check out ronin. Farrow's podcast called the catch and kill in fact episode. One of that podcast is the story. You just heard. From ronin farrell's perspective it even has j. are an ego as the guests in it either is who brought me this story though. I only heard the podcast. After i did my interviews with them anyway after episode one of the catch and kill podcast goes in all the harvey weinstein stuff which is a different path. And where we're going we're going to be hearing directly into the ns. Oh group in the next episode. Do you get mad when you're all caught up on new episodes and a half to wait two weeks for the next one. Look if that's the case it obviously means you really like the show and should consider donating to it to help it along. Donations to independent creators. Really go along way at helping get new content out to you. So please visit patriotic dot com slash darkness. Diaries and consider supporting the show. Or you can subscribe to darken diaries. Plus on apple podcasts. Thank you this show is made by me. The secret squirrel. Jack reciter sound design. This episode was done by the sound of silence. Angel meriwether editing helped this episode by the feline supernova damian and our theme music is by the three d. waffle brake master cylinder and even though they never caught the hacker. Why well because he ran somewhere. This is dark diaries war..

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"99" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"99" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"I just wanted to shake off and just shake johnson's guys. You did a great job. I happened to be there. They thought it was amazing. And you guys are also have been reading about you. Among your biggest fed you guys are basically guys and ferric have delayed the meeting so at some point they just message messenger rafael and they started talking to him. I i send them some pictures from the day so he knew that that was really there. He introduced me to jess sar and they said we should all hang out sometime. Have dinner new york and at some point we we. We arrange the do that. It's a remarkable thing when you were in a situation like that. Not very many. But this one was stressful. And i feel like. I remember most to the moments from it better than many things have happened in my life. This was a very sort of intense experience for me and of course i had spent hours hours and hours trying to think about the opposition trying to figure out what and put myself in the mind of whoever was planning on the by cube side. Whoever was doing the organizing and the thinking who might be responsible for that and I had another sense of a person outside of the hotel Who when we left and did a regroup Who kind of monitored austin and was very attentive to us. And i remembered his clothing really well. That turned out to be eager. And so during the conversation i had with gor. There was kind of a moment where i was like. Were you wearing this. I remember you talking to the doorman. Yes yes and set the stage emotionally like. This was a thing right. It's a lot of time trying to figure out who is on the other side and what they might have been thinking and to not only get an opportunity to meet one of them but One of them had done a righteous in good thing. By turning whistleblower Was a profound experience for me. had deep respect for eager in his choice determine whistleblower when he realized that this was really bad so Meaning him was in some ways. Like a beautiful coda to what had been an attempt to try to subvert My work and that of my colleague and the ability of the victims that we support to get just an turns out. I i pick up a friend on the process. Oh no complaints. Yeah so.

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"99" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"99" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Dress interested.

"99" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"99" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"To leave. He takes his car over the fire. Hydrogen he drives home to do his thing with his daughter as they walk into the hotel. There's a photo shoot with models and professional photographers equipment. People bringing costs in water looking like a real folder. Shoop right. it's in the lobby of the hotel. Hakin just gave out of the lobby of the hotel. He didn't say anything to me. And that i think to myself well. It's a professional full to shoot. This is not some kind of a secret folder. Shoot to catch the agent right because this is a real folded issue. I talked to the people who are for working at the photo shoot and they told me that they're working for the hotel. Maggots internal magazine for their guests. And they're making this photo shoot for that. I'm content because they're working with the hotel management. The i do a little bit of amateur photography so i know that the equipment they're they're using it's it's it's you know they're using lenses that are not like telephoto lenses. They're they're they're basically houston lenses. That are for You know for the portrait lenses and the have a couple of wide-angle lenses i see that. They're used nice. Canon cameras sounds good to me. It's it's pro for the shoot nothing to do with me. I'm going upstairs to the bar. I get into the bar. I watched the stairs order some stuff and i'm watching the stairs and not we're passes by so now eager can't see jasar or michelle from the bar. He's just around the corner but he knows this place. Well knows that there's only one way in and out so he's watching the exit. He sees the people from the photo. Shoot downstairs come up and a drink. And he sits there stationed with his eyes on the doorway and within a couple of minutes of the conversation starting he was using like this weird offensive term to refer to the way that africans speak french. And trying to get me to like laugh. Law strangest conversational gambit. And i begin to feel at this point that this guy. Maybe wasn't sure how long he'd have me at that table. For how long does work as we wanted to get me saying something cups racist or offensive right away. Something that you know could be laughed about then. The conversation was hour of sort of like him semi boasting semi chatting trying to get graphical details on me talking about all the african leaders. He met the time he'd spent in africa various other things. But the strangest part of this whole conversation is that the guy had cue cards with him. Were like green and yellow and red pastel q. Big index cards and as the conversation going on the boring questions to me are like green cards and then around the one hour mark is the conversation starts getting a little bit more interesting as i recall it the yellow cards come out and then he's studying to like you know. Ask some sort of questions about like cities lab up until that point. He's been sort of preserving the ruse that.

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"99" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"99" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Weinstein story. Ronan farrow was doing a story on harvey weinstein. Who is accused of sexually harassing women in the hollywood movie industry. While his investigation uncovered that harvey weinstein had hired black cube to spy on his victims that he sexually assaulted to try to find information on them. And discredit them. Somehow weinstein discovered that ronan farrow was working on this story and hired black cube to also spy on pharaoh to try to discredit him too eager realized that he was wrapped up in all this and that yeah he was actually working for harvey weinstein. I felt very being sent to surveillance journalists. Because you know these publications that i respect the new yorker and the new york times i've ever eaten the new york so high school was very. It was a very important thing in my life. Like i enjoyed the. I thought it's very you know. It's a very good informative paper I always thought it's a cool motto. All the news. That's fit the print. So i felt uneasy and in my mind i was thinking to have to follow through with this. But i think what we're doing could potentially be a negative thing because i i was told that our job was to ascertain sources and they knew the for looking for sources of the different journalists into different publications. Either you know it's could be used to scoop them but it could also be probably used to basically killed a story or damage in some way already knew that we're working for a company. That's a little bit iffy kind of was on guard but they went through with an anyways and they said okay. whatever. I'll continue low problem week. We we continue to work together. We were doing other jobs for black and I tried to contact law enforcement with very little success. I tried to get advice from friends who knew people in law enforcement and like nothing panned out of it so at some point default. There was no outlet for me to go to to kind of expose this problem of private intelligence company following journalists for a rapist to be able to kill their story. And i decided to call ronan farrow. So i contacted the pharaoh and we met up and they said have been following georgia. Kantha was assigned to follow you. Wow to be assigned to spy on ronan farrow but then completely flip and actually call ronin to tell him that you're spying on him. That must've been some meeting. As the to talked. Ronin did confirm. He was receiving a lot of spam taxed and ego. Explain that's how they knew where he was so rolling fair. I thought i was gonna talk to him and say. Hey we followed you your hunches. Ride careful black. Cube seemed like bad people. Nice to meet you. good luck. Maybe next time. If i receive sign the book that you wrote what his book and he says i'm writing a book about this weinstein thing. You want to stay in touch and can help me. I said okay. i'll help you. Ucla seemed like a nice guy. He convinced me a little bit. Then i it's a very noble cause so this is how ebor sort of switched sides. One day doing dirty work for harvey weinstein and the next helping journalists like ronan farrow out after the after meeting with farrell. I'm talking to shapiro. The clinton i'm sharing information of what work on doing with hake for black cube. And i mean i'm sharing with him almost like immediately whenever i have something for black cube share with pharrell. He tries to figure out if this is relevant to him or something. He's working down or whatever. One day in january. I get in on with hakin. And hakin tells me that he has to cover a job for black cube but can't make it because he has plans with his daughter and i said hey you know i'm free i you know it's it's an evening job or whatever. It's a late after job. I said if you want the phillips for you know it's a very important job. I have to be there by selfish. We'll why don't you told klein. you'll go there with me and when you have to leave you go hang out with your daughter and i'll go and i'll stay in your place and we. We agree on this plan. We head into the city so the peninsula hotel and hakin tells be the agent will be there you already. He's the guy that you saw less. Somber that wears a golden plus. That's basically kind of how you described. Because they didn't use names they. They never told the names. There were very secret about that. And i said okay. I know that i've seen him multiple times. I said okay. Roman i recognize who you're talking about. Then he showed me a picture of john scotrail. -ten you said this is the so. This is who is going to be at the meeting. Who blood cuba start. Oh john scott rail raritan gs are is the target. That name is very familiar. Actually inducted episode. Seventy nine called dark basin. I interviewed john. Scott tend to hear about how a private intelligence company tried to hack and steal information from certain targets. John works for citizen lab and does investigative work to try to uncover hacking campaigns and of course when he published this work those companies he exposes probably get pretty mad for having their cover blown. Jason in citizen lab does amazing investigative. Work but still. I'm surprised that he's being targeted by black cube. Oh man this is just getting deeper. Well we've got a call j. Sr now to find out what happens what happened is one of my colleagues was usually pushed by somebody who claim to be interested in financial solutions in banking for refugees. Which is really important problem if you're refugee and you flee conflict you probably don't flee with access to your bank account and so this is a huge problem issues face. My colleague was extremely sympathetic to this issue agrees as to a meeting. Meese this guy and what the guy really wants to do is not talk about refugees in banking but to quiz my colleague on his background his family his family history and then ask questions about the citizen lab and my colleague. Rosa very thoughtful. Smart guy immediately recognized that something was amiss. Played it cool. And then as soon as he left for meeting called me up and said look something really strange is going on here. I think i was the target of some kind of an operation so immediately after this happened at the lab we began trying to figure out who did. Pardon me with was this guy. Didn't take long for us to determine the digital identity that the guy had created was almost paper thin there was like accommodation address somewhere in spain. Some company flame tag but it all looked fake and this gave us the impression that we were looking at some kind of an operative some kind of an agent again ask ourselves so who would. Who would do this and going through the questions that he asked the heart seemed like the main objective was learning about citizen labs work and then potentially finding something that could be used against the lab maybe to discredit our work as we were moving on with our medication. We got in touch with a reporter. And well you know we should really interesting story. Researchers working on nso targeted by this kind of like.

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"99" Discussed on 99 Challenges

99 Challenges

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"99" Discussed on 99 Challenges

"Hello and welcome. I'm your host. Peter found the rough anywhere consulting in today's episode. We will talk about blockchain. We'll discuss how growing companies may approach blockchain. What they can get out from blockchain based technologies and how they can create meaningful products with blockchain to discuss the topic. I invited feted. Spencer from any volk analytics. Hey freddie. I'm glad you're with us today so i start. What led you to blockchain. So basically i studied computer science business and that's more than twenty years ago but the thing is why i mentioned is that i always like to work on the building bridges between different compartments. Are you know science studies. Whatever network as a project manager internet agency for almost two years as the head of project management than the internal consulting education and stuff like that so it was always like translating save agency. Translating the marketing requirements into developers Can prevent whatever and online shop or website. Or something like that. And i guess you could say that this is sort of an also too much in that the actual one was my co founder. Peter in twenty fifteen and told me auditorium and like this is a cryptocurrency is good made make fiat Obsolete ambience great vision and all on. I got interested. And i want a couple of coins and basically just seeing coats and do we got to find on rabbit hole as a say in the year and reading more learning more about it fascination grew and so this was eating out my my evenings and nights and everything in life was sort of like well you know can be. It can talk on something else and things like that eventually in two thousand eighteen. I did the jump and said okay gonna do full-time crypto. Always a great experience with making my hobby. My job right. So that's one of the dream come. True trump basically. If you can do what you love to do to pay it. So and that's what i did and taking the jump and basically what fascinates me about blockchain is again that is bridging a lot of different disciplines and means different things one. If people give the economic things could be speculation financial assets could be technology agrees society change be making the better place because the losing potential south is higher than the north. It's just i. I liked to compare to the internet and the ninety s is like what is the internet and back then. There was a difficult question. Maybe someone answer and you can have a website. Their emails of analogy no more against the giants of this world came out of it and having business models that nobody ever dreamed of potential marching. And that's basically making fascination thank you. That's an amazing journey. You have the skills to understand. High-profile technologies like blockchain. Because you have the background in set technologies but for those who didn't how would you explain and this is like the more general question that anyone can get. I guess what blockchain case and what it can do for you as a business so. The obvious answer is to answer the for blockages ledger technology. So alleger where facts are noted. Let's put it most journal way possible. And it is saved a lot of different places and all participants of this network agreed on this on the state of that information which means also that. It is always complete the orders. The same order which is in in bookkeeping accountants would be great and understanding blockchain's the always the sole disagreement network much like the internet servers. Talk to each other and then recording append only information so they can never be any deletion. What is occasions. So there has been consensus reached and this high-tech and there's different technologies. Actually there is not one much of many different blockchain's because it's a nascent technology and the standard as we know it it's on the internet is not there yet so racist open which one's gonna be the predominant standard and the two to come back to businesses. Is that like i said with the internet. The use cases are pretty much limitless. Or i think all the begin. Think about maori. Or i in the process of developing is just the tip of the iceberg. In sense of what. We're gonna be seeing next five years or so because Nyse music distribution basically also consuming music and this design marketing talks about that. You know high novel south yet

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"99" Discussed on 99 Challenges

99 Challenges

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"99" Discussed on 99 Challenges

"Hello and welcome. I'm your host. Peter bank founder offended or consulting in. Today's we will talk about email. Marketing and marketing automation as marketing. Tools are getting better and better. Much of the marketing activities can be able to meet it. But do we need to automate everything that we cannot meet if so how can we stop to discuss the best practices. I invite enjoy keller. Cto of friendly of brazzi friendly marketing automation company. Straight out of switzerland. Hey joey welcome to the show. It'll be third year awesome. So let's start with a big intro. What are you doing. What's what's your journey. How did you end up friendly and more importantly while the friendly do ideal. Short niger me. Let's put it this way. I did send a lot of emails. Allen's working for america marketing company. we're focusing on email marketing a lot so i learned a lot about emailing in boxing least managements and then back to work in euro ethnically. I didn't move. Because i'm the same place but i joined friendly last year. Actually today the at one years old soins manipulation Thank you. I am the cto friendly in responsible or infrastructure warning our clients and in general. I'm responsible for their success. Automation and also the assistant perfectly within the martic officers project monarchy's softer trendy. Automate is based on in france. First base price pricing tools. We also have the analytics which is a calculus picks competitor. I'm insane so we are focusing. Most up been sore so you can check out on sale also than company which means you can see how much we earn how much we spend. We nothing. We have nothing to what that i saw that on the website. It's is everything is super transparent. You do do share everything. Which is i think it's amazing. I only so this type of transparency. Approach i at with buffer where they share pretty much everything about their company on how they are doing and then he turned to most of the indie hackers. And the in this daca preneurs day. Also do sheriff thing and i just glad to see the friendliest part of that network to green jacket and you see conversation piece and how do you. So who are the decline of friendly. So how do you help them. Mostly small businesses are medium sized businesses. Why they're coming to you. So people are coming to s- clients coming to us because they realized that they need marketing automation. The funny thing is that most of these companies don't even know what marketing automation as point. Because it's a boss for everyone's talking. I wanted to as that than another text savvy. Startup companies do understand and use automation every day but business and medium size businesses who are not like super tech savvy. They don't really know. What is the marketing automation. In the general heard about divert of course because it's a buzzer But they don't know what they can out mate. Yes so marketing automation. Is beth. nissen so you're trying to have you are trying to deliver the right message at the right time to the right people. That's what marketing automation as most often is actually do it without knowing boy. Thank carbon colori process. Someone doesn't finish shopping abandoned. That's mitch or thursday. Happy birthday discount. It's an automation because each happening on certain time certain triggers. It is not a personal email. The exact opposite will be sending your newsletters although that's also part of the marketing automation tools. Because it's very important for people to understand with opening emails. And he's not so. I bet to question what he's marketing automation. I didn't start. We not what. He's not going to do when i first heard commissioner In quantum comes out and people are so. That's not what it is. It won't replace any traditional marketing tools. Enhance them. It won't try to at least make tools. Yes for them. We in fact we have a. We have a army switzerland that A great company needs ways doing that but aren't In the general marketing automation tool stone generate content medically and it. It was replaced human touch. Also when it comes to sales and especially customer service so you can fire your customers jobs agent just because you can young mission you can make your life easier. You can have better customer journey custom better. Customer experience more efficient more sales more of sales process. Soak what he does. Let's say let's divide yourselves. Girl says into tweet speak version. Activates ample storage so for pico version. You can do a bunch of things you can make them aware of your servants friendly ultimate also tracks your needs on the website. So we know what they do. And based on that we can create personas

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"99" Discussed on Ubuntu Security Podcast

Ubuntu Security Podcast

15:40 min | 1 year ago

"99" Discussed on Ubuntu Security Podcast

"Four long term support releases. These were usual sorts of memory corruption issues that we see in these see libraries All of these were potentially because canal service. If you're purchasing untrusted pediatric things look about potential remote code execution as well unfortunately as part of that update there was a regression. One of the fixes did introduce a failure for various applications that linked against popular. So we did back that out and that will hopefully be in a future update once a more stable fixture that has been devised my upstream. After that we had an update for thunderbird again in other email client. This is a quad popular. One thirteen different. Cd's were addressed this in the groovy gorilla. They went through twenty. Don't ten release this. Updating the latest upstream released seventy eight dot five dot zero and actually these in the process of being listed stable release update By the desktop team to to twenty four long support the focal flow and again being something that is a lot of untrusted input and brenda's heights developments like that actually has the usual sorts of web rendering taught vulnerabilities. So fix things. Donald service attacks The ability to obtain sensitive information across arjun arjun requested hacks the ability to bypass security restrictions. Phishing attacks across lot scripting attacks content policy restrictions. Dina's reminding or even arbitrary code execution with fixed an update similarly. We had an update for web. Kit gt k. The releases identified four and twentieth long support and the groovy gorilla five different. Cv's fixed here bit of data. We actually for the thunderbird released because again this updates to the latest upstream release for tdk and has the same sort vulnerabilities fixed both of these obsolete processing all of untrusted web content and connecting to potentially untrusted websites across lots grouping tax service services acts and arbitrary code execution fixed in that update as well for tdk after this. We update for the utilize package. This was for the winter releases. Sixty four eighteen o four twenty four long term support and the groovy gorilla. Another email related thing but in this case G utilize provides things like your l. handling in the desktop. And the like. So if you click a link in hdp culshaw slash whatever mail to cullen in this case. It then tries to launch your favorite team alkaline in the case of two you can potentially supply an attach parameter to that so that when in clark pops up then goes and touches the specified file as you can imagine this could allow a remote attacker to get you to at least create an email that has an attachment to that is something sensitive. Like maybe your gp private key or something like that. And if you're not paying careful attention and you then send that email off. Goes your private information. So this was fixed in sixty to utilize to standardize that the perimeter this has actually been fixed previously in upstream thunderbird as well and this was thunderbirds. Specific this vulnerability in utilize because it had special case handling ford thunderbird there but that has been fixed so if you are using honda bird and cooking random mile to your elle's your little siphon now there was not tight as well for free. Adp for the onto eighteen hundred fallen abort release. Thirteen different savings were rolled into this. And actually this is the equivalent uptight for one that. I talked about back in episode. Seventy four to six hundred hundred times support so if you wanna know more about that. Go check out. That episode q was updated as well for one to release six four zero four twenty four tenths of the the gorilla. This fixed various issues but in particular possible. Our host remote code execution from guest to incorrect handling of s t h the device installation. It should be noted that that is partially mitigated when you're using live vert with because we ship and profile for that so it does limit the attack surface exposed by that they were also other fix too so various issues with both usb and other devices mutation likely to be oh to be causing a crash in your hosts cwm you from the guest will fixed after that was an update four mice well for the twenty four long term support release and i wanna put a shout out to about community. Miss tom reynolds. Who raised this in the onto hardened channel Quite a while ago actually now and it went unfortunately unfixed in that release in particular was around this new mice. Kill exa plugging that was enabled in the twenty four long term support release. This is enabled and provides essentially another network socket interface. That is listening on by default for my sequel. Unfortunately that was then also bound to all interfaces and so you then if you had run sequel use interface was in exposed open on the internet so not a good thing so this update now changes that configuration to bind only to local hosts by default. So if you were using it and it was quickly acceptable and you need a debate accessible union going to have to go and change configuration option yourself. Unfortunately but it doesn't mean for all the users that were using. My sequel onto twenty long-term support and out didn't even know that this new protocols able of are now a bit safer so thanks again for that one that was an update before contain ity for the onto releases. Six hundred four hundred zero four twenty four the long term support releases there and twenty the groovy gorilla in this case. The container de api is exposed from an abstract unique socket on the host network namespace. And so if you are running containers insane nicknames face. They can connect to that up. It then tries to validate that. The effectiveness are the other. Connecting process is zero but doesn't do any other sort of access control what that means in any militias container that he's running on that host network nine space with the effective. He's already zero. But otherwise reduced privileges could then 'cause contain a to spawn new processes with full root privileges. So essentially allowed you to escape the confinement all of your contain a- and get code execution on the host upstream. It should be noted that they do advise against running containers in the host and it namespace because then you means they can't even access as api so that was fixed. Unfortunately steed tickle existing bog in dhaka in these releases or in that case doctor would stop when contain a d. was restarted so when you upgrade contain indeed in kentucky restart docker then stops and you have no more docker running not a great one so that can be fixed just by manually restarting doctor and the civil team are working on a fix for that so that future upgrades to contain a day. And the like. Don't cause you to stop running as a result of upgrading insanity. We didn't have updates for a bunch of other packages as well sniffer. Pair work zouk x server as well and finally the links kernels. I want us to talk about this on just to mention the most interesting. One here was a new speculative execution attack but this one is not against intel processors against ibm power nine processes. Wanna say thanks in particular daniel actions from ibm doing a lot of the heavy lifting with working with colonel team on this to provide backwards of the associated patches and the like but yeah like a lotta the specter attacks this could allow ambitious process to snoop on data from other processes in the one cash. So you could. Then read that. Through speculative execution attacks to fix this is very similar to what was done for the specter tax cuts to flush one cash when you're transitioning between privilege boundaries this does have a very minor performance impact. But it's almost in the noise so paranoid users should notice that hopefully but yeah so it was interesting just to see that that we're seeing. They sold savant abilities not just as in other processes with other architectures as well okay that was updated for the six hundred four colonel which is also the colonel fulton for extended maintenance as well as the anyone to twenty and again hardware and in the previous long-term support to the eight hundred four release and finally in the greek as well We did colonel team. Did roll into this. A bunch of other fixes to so if you want to know more about that links to the security notices in the show notes okay. So that takes us to the end of security up to this week. In community news The person i wanted to talk about this release this report that has been released. get hub. And it's their state of the october twenty twenty report and in particular the security report around this what they've done to kind of keep them good. Data to comment on security is to look at various packages in the different package. Ecosystems the popular particularly get hub. So that is the composer ecosystem for php packages maven for jarver npr for javascript. Newgate dot net poppy ifa python and ruby gyms for the ruby programming language. And what they found was that not surprisingly. I guess that ninety percent of projects on guitar rely on at least one open source component given the popularity of get harmed use for open source is not surprising really but something they did find when talking about security. Things is that In particular javascript packages have a median of nearly seven hundred transitive dependencies. So if you're trying to track all the various bits of software being used and you'll doing know. Jay s or other similar. Java script taught development. You've got a lot of things that you need to keep track of. Unfortunately compare this to python where they found on average that they haven't most nineteen transitive dependencies. That's really interesting. I guess from a package ecosystem. That the amount of work you need to do to track potential vulnerabilities in the cogil using can be a lot less depending on which language issues to develop in going on they found that seventy percent of advisories that they looked at essentially sample of about five hundred different advisories and seventy percent of those only were related to explicitly malicious behavior. And almost all of those were in mpm packages. so you'll probably recall in previous episodes. We've talked about things like packages that what type of squatting on others or that had been maliciously back doored when someone else had taken over. Maintain ship with the package similar begin. Yeah that's obviously quite endemic pm. And again i'm going to say that's related to that very high number of transitive dependencies do get in java scrip- packages because that allows these sort of thing to go unnoticed potentially more than others and that's maybe why that is a more popular target for that kind of thing but then found that if only seventeen percent are explicitly malicious the majority that would make eighty-three percent just from mistakes. That introducing vulnerabilities speaking vulnerabilities. They found that. In general vulnerabilities do go undetected for just over four years. Two hundred eighteen weeks to be specific before they are disclosed. Thankfully fixes don't take in your knee that long. They only about four weeks to come on average in about ten more weeks. She alert uses other sort of put out a security notice similar. So that is good. I guess that we are getting faster at being able to develop patches and fix things but obviously if things are going undetected for so long if you've got bad actors out there that are scanning for vulnerabilities and able to find them a longtime then. Those is zero days before they are publicly known so hopefully the static nelson and the like. It's being done by developers of this. Software is no worse than net which is being done by those who are going vulnerability hunting but something tells me that. Might not be the case found in into was that essentially any line of code written today is just as likely to contain a vulnerability today as would have for years ago. Back in two thousand and sixteen sent to the right of vulnerability is being introduced is not getting less when not getting more secure of time so even though we are deploying or know the ecosystem is deploying more static analysis tools or things like depend about hard. Which will tell you when your package. Dependencies are out of date and the like there are still vulnerabilities introduced just as quick. So i guess those who are going of own hunting have still got a lot stuff to go looking for and you know we have more work to do there as an ecosystem anyway. I found that quite enlightening. I'd show that using javascript and npr in particular. You've got a lot of work to do tracking vulnerabilities in oyo dependencies. But the if you want to know more a to that report in the shines moving on i wanted to just have a quick shout out to the launch team who put a blog post out just today about their recent work to migrate their key service that he used by launch pad for pd from the venerable ks Serve it to the more. Recent hockey puck server so escaping around a long time written cammo was originally part of a phd project. Actually and over time that's been found to have issues in particular and the ability to basically denial of service against the server or uses of that by inserting militias or bisi by adding are huge number of signatures to existing. As in the case of has meant that that has become essentially unwieldy to use over time. Hockey puck is a more recent survey. That's being developed with different properties. And there's a lot more resilient to those sorts of attacks to the features that it has. There's things that it can do that then. Conversely case has a lot of things that hockey puck can't do but for the launch pad developers and the way that is used in launch pad. They found that hockey kathy. Then it's quite well actually the main development hockey pucks now. I cannot go employees so that's always handy. Their blog post goes into a lot of detail about how they did that. And i thought that would be interesting to listeners. As well just want to do a quick release announcement for alabama so the dirt at one bug fix release for apollo was put out to the other day. The main highlight this feature. Is its support to the checkpoint restore capability that was added in nine colonels so you can restrict that or allow that as needed now in yup profiles but it doesn't contain a bunch of bug fixes as well and last of all. I just wanted to do a quick shout out to some positions that are open in your body security team so the last time i talked about over musicians was way back in episode. Sixty six at the start of march. That does seem a very long time ago now given this year so if you are keen on joining our team we are looking for an additional app. Security engineer to join the same. We're also looking for an engineering director. So if you want essentially lead. They want to security team in canonical. We would love to have you come join us. And we are looking for an engineering manager as well to director so our links to all of those are in the shiny and i urge you if you are interested in them or obviously..

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"99" Discussed on 99 Best Marketing Ideas

99 Best Marketing Ideas

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"99" Discussed on 99 Best Marketing Ideas

"What what are you talking about here? And how do you help people who are terrible at executing executing things execute. This better is about ten years ago. I was using a a seminar system that sort of turned convention on the air instead. Dead of bribing someone with a chicken dinner. We would actually charge people to combine into a classroom in a university setting. Why a university setting because what we found? Is that people in a university. Saturday are not racing. Hartsdale the aid money to be there. They're simply to learn. They let down on their guard. They're more willing to trust you And then at the end of the day they're more likely to schedule an appointment with you to learn more what we found though that was the the basic seminar seminar system that we were using that word shoppers. Very very basic We have a lot of people come up to us at the end and say I enjoyed the workshop and it was really sort of investing one one on one. I wish it had been a little bit more advanced so I came up with the idea about six years ago to build a workshop around the concepts in the power of zero around the idea of the tax rates live Utah likely be dramatically higher than their today so we now have a workshop that is built exclusively around the prince. The powers We still teach a university workshop setting and so now. I'm in a position where I can wake up January. I have these events events scheduled at universities in areas around you know scattered around where my office is and I can actually back these workshops and know in in advance waking up January first. Roughly how much money I'M GONNA make. How many women help how many people are going to be able to talk to that year because it's such a predictable repeatable? Repeatable sustainable process. Let's talk about how people can engage with you so not only. Should they buy the book. which by the way? We're GONNA make sure that we have that in in the show notes. Actually before I asked that question I just want to to comet here. You know. Part of the idea of the ninety nine best marketing ideas brought to you by fest. Really really truly is giving you opportunities to not only find great ideas from existing advisers who are absolutely killing it from a marketing perspective but also bringing you things that are truly unique and different I to be honest you know. I've been doing this for for a long time David. I was unaware of of that. You had a system like this and in hearing how you explain it. It seems to me that if this is that level of turnkey it's so different than what everybody everybody else is talking about. And it has this urgency principle to which we knows a great way to influence. It can make a huge difference in how you're going to market in twenty twenty so so let's talk about that so somebody hears this podcast. And they're like. Oh my gosh this David Guys Great. I'm really super interested in what he has to offer. What's the best way for them to who to reach out to you? The best way really would be to go to our website. POWER ZERO DOT com. It's power zero DOT com. We have a video series there. It's a three part video series series opt into the video series and that's going to sort of lay the foundation for the entire philosophical approach our marketing program and then at the end of that market or at the end of the three actually at any point during the three video series. You can sign up for a strategy call with us with our team will go through and see if there's a territory available in your area see if you qualify if you qualify. Well we can proceed origin partnership where you'll be the instructor after you will be in the classroom. You'll be teaching the class of the differences you'll be using material that's fresh in updated at an edge in likely to really sort Elizabeth within your prospects and clients this urge to want to act into it off of it off the fence and start making some decisions to protect themselves from the back doc tax rates if you had one piece of advice since you have worked with financial services professionals for many years if you one piece of advice for new advisors or new agents what what would it be one piece of advice his you know if you WanNa get off the roller coaster You know my first Gosh. Ten Years in the career it was a roller coaster. Ride you would meet clients you do well and then you'd have a period of time where you.

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"99" Discussed on 99 Best Marketing Ideas

99 Best Marketing Ideas

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"99" Discussed on 99 Best Marketing Ideas

"Who utilize your system so they have access assessed to this movie they could do a client event and have people watch the movie. Yeah they can actually Through an organization called Tug Dot Org. That's G G. He Dot Org. They can actually Tuk Tuk his partner with movie theaters ninety five percent of the movie Theaters Avenue Agreement. With so you can go to tug data word her find the movie power of zero. Find Out if there is a movie theater in your community that would allow you to show it as long as you get eighty eighty people to buy tickets with actually as a financial adviser you could buy tickets to satisfy at minimum as long as eighty tickets were bought. That movie can be shown in both theatre Peter to your clients and prospects. We've had probably between one hundred fifty to two hundred advisers. Actually do that All across the country with a lot a lot of very positive results. How many things? So we'RE WE'RE GONNA turn this on on its head a little bit. What are some of the What are are some of the things that you have seen in the marketplace today that that advisors do from a marketing perspective? That you have seen not work well not work as well as the system that we're talking about right now I think it's really. I think that the dinner workshop where you're writing with chicken to to come in and Here in a presentation on either annuities or social security. I think that that's gotten sort of fresh ten years ago. I think now it's gotten pretty stale. I think that if somebody comes into your dinner workshop you're talking either about annuities or your social security. They can probably predict what the words are going to be before they ever come out of of your mouth So I think that might my whole approach is why default to something that's tired and stale which is reaching annuities or social security. Had Out of you know best. Draw out your social security. Why not present something? That is more on the cutting edge more relevant more. Are you up to date in terms of what we're experiencing the nation. I think there's no better way to get someone's attention then to bring some facts to bear that maybe they had previously considered namely that our country is on the brink of financial collapse. Ten years from now I would say you know. We interviewed someone for a movie. Tom McClintock talk a Republican Congressman Allen. California is on the Republican budget community. Says look eight years. We're going to be if we don't change or as a dramatic ways I instead of default into the old tired approaches. Why not adopt an approach is more relevant and more likely to get to grab the attention of the finer prospect we are all about systems here and processes and ways that advisers can execute this now under Lincoln profile? You have a question. I'M GONNA ask ask you this question because I think it's a great question by the way. You're narratives fantastic. Says what if there were a sale system designed to put you in front of consistent and predictable stream of motivated prospects rex eager to Adopt Zero Dax paradigm. So what is the sale system. What what are you talking about here? And how do you help people who are terrible at executing executing things execute. This better is about ten years ago. I was using a.