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"dragos" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"Dot org and if you want to hear more from us which is highly unlikely at this point but if you want to. You can find us on the interwebs on twitter on instagram on facebook. Echo is at echo charles. I am out jaakko willink. Now if you wanna talk to drago he's not on those platforms and his his free. Speech has been suppressed. But don't worry. He's on the underground. He's making things happen. You can check him out at connect zing dot com. I'm also on there now too because well if drug was there and he's hanging out And i'm going to be hanging out to echo. You got any final thoughts. No that's it and then good to see you again. We met briefly downtown nightclub days with my good friend. Jeremy and he He introduced me to bat longtime ago. Like almost twenty years like longtime go say hi to him this great guy and Yeah amana. I remember drug house. Like he seems very nice but he probably get not so good to see thank you again and that it was great to be here drug already any other closing thoughts man. I see maybe smoking making small prey on our mind for those guys who are no longer with us. The maybe a few seconds of silence one of them. Yeah i don't know when this podcast is is actually coming out but Today is is march twentieth. Today is is mark lee's birthday and i mean just an incredible incredible incredible seal incredible husband incredible son and miss him and the rest of the boys every day. So happy birthday to mark and drago man. Thanks for your service. Thanks for your service to the teams. Thanks for your service to the navy..
"dragos" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"She she so policies up so then i find out now. She's air force academy graduate So as a damn this wreck make it the. how many. How many years did you chop off your age when you initiate this relationship. I think five. Because god i did. Because we're not talking to you later. She had that. I had of women if somebody contacted. Debt limit yeah. She just disappear so forty forty-five was how the seven she was thirty. Seven thirty six. So you brought yourself down to clean forty. Yes like maybe thirty nine so strong. I was still she can by when she sees me she will like me. So so I guess keep writing me eventually. So you look google we will. Actually i think of these letters. What you can do right now is kind of based and you can just make any letter you want. Does the copy and paste so like worry about the but saying okay yeah. I'm evelyn later. So she wrote me email. And i'm trying to make some things out and then go out because senate letter click. She disappeared from the later is that she read the letter. And the caesar's have. France had into conclusion either on drugs drunk so that they were better safe than saudi. So she left was like so. I'd like the guys look so you did for them. Just so i like damn okay to start over again and then she shows up again. Well she shows because raffaele. They offered her thirty three thirty more free days. Like a freebie so somebody else. So she say i'll shoot. Okay i'm sorry about that last drago we apologize. Here's your money back and you get thirty more days to find a normal human being. I guess you know something shows up. I was pretty desperate at the time like a loved. We talk for hours of letters. I mean my team. That so So then she didn't the response as just just county just just county had talked before. No just she was. She's very proper she decided. I'm going to talk to you. I know even don't give you my phone number on thing but eventually got caught cutting to colleen. Had you told her your life story. Had you told her that you had come from poland or you tell him that you were of freaking hedge fund manager new yorkers something i just told him the navy Doing wild and you know just just to be very vague about it. And i think that's maybe i should like it either but the china to because i'm seon just came back from iraq may be crazy so i try to stay out of it but anyway the guys did really good job. If they stay with me they could continue. I think i have no problems whatsoever. But anyway i created a letter k miles a drug. Your some drunk person and she just. I don't mess with that so i finally get her to county and say look. This is me this blah blah. I told about myself quiet. Second say oh you just don't speak english very well. It's not drink and drugs right like that. Don't do any than drink. On on occasions maybe wind sometimes so we started talking about and they're finally she agreed to come visit me. Ouster lean love and yup. We are married now but those those big thing that the she thought then. Maybe i'm not quite right in my head. I was not but yeah we have. We have two children now and the together gown parv assault and a ten years. Eleven years old boy. So how'd you wrap up your your navy career. I wrote about it so when they met here. I went to master chief and feelings through at the time. I was in buds. I say look. I don't have any family that have this right here are if i go a war. Deploy scared up to out the looser. I've been to so many times so long time. Maybe you can find me some post that i can just get married. I just wanted to get married to secure this ago. and so i They said okay. What can i do help you drag. But let the from commodity. I mean well for that position with somebody who is really polished and who speaks english. Well and regulars neither. I seen this. They'll show to me. So i say fuck. I'm reading this way. But eventually i was able to win. They all that they send me to ohio. The and tab we got married of course and i retired from that and those kind of. I'm glad it happened this way. Because the transition kind of brent brought me back to reality there's another budgets killing people and beating them up. It is more also about the leading society being productive member of society so So that turn those good transition period of for me. That i could actually relax the join. The society began and a good person and and the ad domesticated now so the nice nice ragu and their and their lives guth My wife she's She has master's degree by engineering. She's about the pga and I'm here to support. Who were doing well. And i just means the team's definitely you're always going to miss the teams and by the way you're you. You may have felt like a villa in some way. But i can tell you bro you never villain to me. You're always always frigging. They're always there every single time On the goodguys side. So when you retired what did you do. What did you do once you retired. What year did you retire. Two thousand eleven okay so before retirement. I was told. I need to do this into this to that You know when you come back from war. I think some issues linked with you and it's like bad inlet care about doing that tab meetings about the. I just wanted to go to tire and move on with my life. I did not want. They really know what i'm going to do. But that was good in the programming and the software development and my website. Like the inputs. You need to do is your resume here and the start looking for the job so finally i said okay. I don't have the formality. Ceo at the right software. Accuse people so i. I need to do something soon. Say no no no. No you have experience you pay the a lot and the she wrote she company right. The resume time was resume essay. My good lock yet. There's somebody will call me back then days later to say. Hey look we have a position here. Would you like to come and talk to us. So like shoot i absolutely. Is i up there and get the job that i retired. I have a job. I think in two weeks before retirement. I got the job so started yet until my but my on my life. I was working. So my my retirement. And and that's all day in and they're just getting more and more expedient that a little more and more from the guys From the software engineers working with me and So my life is what it is right now. I'm actually I i ended up developing quite few programs. One of them is connecting with..
"dragos" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"Not sooner than we just crossed the door of this bay. We just get beat up taped up. Hang up the fucking chains while these guys are blinking throwing the insults and ask. Hey stuff say they have to be. Fair was in lower as down the stick this tube our mouths from the ragged just pulled the dragged into that building the dreger bag and just squeezed as you words so by the time. Eli giving so much that you didn't you say as long as they move you overnight hanging and it didn't happen so so now i realize that this is not to just have to say to fraternize with the all seals. We just for amusement as a new guys meet fucking new guy. So that's there was working to the teams. But that's that's the way to go so i don't have a problem with that and then i was waiting for them is not getting beat up here and there and then that was fine. Then we're city at. Sat pretty much pretty straightforward four with me. There was those me and the other guy has scotty lynton great. Guile this guy here. The teams later so those two of is there were different. I remember when rusty everything went that problem with my english. Because i still haven't translate everything all the commands you should move and the you know you communicate so going to translate in my head and polish dan and be fast enough to do it and act so was okay so when were eventually we came to the crypto and the radio communication quick man in the class and went to clip the and the wheel sitting there by the time we. We're about to take a test from this as two more days. So today was the last class. You use the graphic equipment how to you all that stuff and so that the next day supposed to be i think final exam and then there's the move to the next section of st so this cat comes in one of the truth comes in like do you have clarence the know what it is so most likely you don't have it. You have a clans and scott like well. I'm not even. Us citizen can with me. You know so. We went up there and so like look at us ever say anybody you went through this class. You just don't say nothing does say anything. You never sit in that class. Okay you guys get your colossus. Then go do it and so so. Yeah we'll just see that so next day. We'll see our guys watching to the field. You know that quick setting. I've been doing the crypto staff and as a watching any of those that shit i mean. There's not the difficult with positive tests. Now scientists were the throw this class and there was a big deal. But i guess they want us didn't want anybody to know that we sat with glass not getting the secret clearance and And so i got my clarence. So i went to the shag upstairs in this team to pass the test a scuttling eventual gatty citizenship. So we all went out there because he was in the platin- by this time and he got his staff to move down so that my first platoon this house. Member mature bixler good. think it. this guy didn't have a heart attack yet. I think my hair will have it because of me because my english skills so there was really that good so everything we you know whatever you do you know who have to communicate. Kate fast. Very effectively and i just was lacking english skills at the time. The funniest of things are funny. I made it through this plotted on. So i was not anymore. Fucking new guy who was not an more meat. And we i remember so when you come back from presper tune or mike from platoon from deployment yours at this school. I'm going to sniper school and went to this school. The school said. Hey what's called the juge. just we're going to do them english wirelessly. Their next door is fucking the navy. And so i spent the next three months doing actually english classes. There was not bad because actually it helped me in my career in the future. So basically they've legit sent you english school. Yes yes saved my career. You know these guys were apparently they seen something in me. Say well you know. He buttered english language companies. Were you having a hard time. Like communicate like going through the house instead of trying to communicate especially the communication going through the house and communicate so at the time i was still had to still had to. I didn't tell them there. But i translate from what i hear to my polish. Thank then had to think of the solution. Translate english and sate so i managed that. But there's so much easier later on. When i is good so that's just flow but instead i have to be fast fast. What was your. What was your position in that between sixty sixty galleria putting people tunes as just a big kid thing you easy to loud. Because you don't have to worry about this this little piece magazines. Just put the in good to go. Where's your first. Deployment was it to europe Yeah it was. In europe there was at the time. actually deployed to San vito in italy and Those o'grady got shut down actual. Were looking at him. And you know this has become brings to my mind. Two in seal team's you do every day you do something they can kill you. I didn't think about it but it does. I remember flying over the arctic sea. Where we're actually on. Look out for this for this pilot Linda he was sitting in there and there was a sniper. So he's seeing that and the fucking with these guys and we'll look at it and i think will be white say park the say nothing. He's hold bell just dropped off so sitting on the ledge of. I think it was scotty. Yes scotty so the ramp is open. He's sleeping on the ramp telling with his son. He's called bow gun so he just i think it was. I think it was just like snowboarding. Just crap he's asking poking me inside a dude you're almost out of that shit because those clips easy to come on. It's not something that say safe that they will state calls on you. So that was the thing and this comes to my mind is always. There's something some situation you can get cute. And if you look at the statistics i think from the before the war. I think working like two guys in training every year the average. I think when. I'm working with this guy died. This guy was killed in training. This train like two guys every year for sure. Now's there's definitely you're doing stuff every day whether parachuting diving shooting. You're always doing something that that can give you a bad day or make you fall out of a helicopter. 'cause your belt came off. So did you guys. Did you ever do any work down. In a in bosnia yes went to those in other plateau. We went to bosnia yugoslavia. We spend time. I was pretty good time. She will like it was just get. There was only not much to do at the time but just walk out and get big so that was good platoon. Actually that this is what. I meant a strongest guy and i think the team side. I think i can think of chris. S i don't know if i can bring his name asking so just to be on the safe side. But he knows who he is and what a went to france france. I mean this guy was leaving five plates. The bench bench press so when we went to france. We just got the french equipment. Just bent that shit out of the there that the fiber house when he picked up this bribe pry bar the the bar band and those weights for up falling off. Sold these french guys. They stop working with us. They're just like whenever we rolled into the jim. They just sit down of the we have so that they that was actually funny but yeah there was big letter. I remember it so there was entire platoon. Think over two hundred twenty pounds. I i think there's one guy may be was not but that all of us were over two hundred twenty pounds. Of course chris was way much more And yeah that's i remember for me. I want. I need to join us..
"dragos" Discussed on The TWIML AI Podcast
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"dragos" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"That and that was focus on the on the banking regulation in in Europe where we are building that and yet it was called single Was there anything about it? That was particularly difficult or you just decided to get that was a better option? I mean like technically there were all the challenges there and all the things that were easier. I think technically security was was very important point in that time as we were moving real money. So we seem to know that we have a lot of we think a lot about that. How to make electric service and and how we can communicate to us, even if we are a new company and and that's I mean that's that's part of our DNA when how we build products how we do things. So that was one side. The other side is that I mean the company failed because we run out of money that fell to to fundraise and one very important learning that we had in that Prime is that is very hard to do the beauty to see fintech product without enough funding so long that was something that that we learned later and we had opportunity to rebuild it from scratch after we ghost but but we got more excited about the problems home. Or facing also with how we were working. That was something that was was always in our mind. So we we decide to to to work on that out of I I mean, I personally supervise the product like the the project that we do it was super user perform myself personally. So I think that's the thing that I miss the most is the product itself to use it not really building that, but the smaller using Interesting. So you guys were you were users of your own product? Yeah. Yeah, that's always helps right? But when you have the paint that from your uses that's super helpful off cool. Well anything else you guys want to add about get duct. I mean, I think like one cool thing is not really super relevant. But as we didn't are not seen anywhere else, but it's it's nice out super nice opportunities you invite us to to mentioned like how fundraise we have just pulls our seed round with General populace with notation Capital gradient. The choice is fun Y combinator and other so we are super proud of the buttons and this I think for us the way that we think about that is Just ads help us to do this this service that can be trusted by developers and companies and right to have the support of these people with us. It's shows up here. If we are really serious about what we are building and using a secure service to help you better collaborate and that's just the beginning of it. That's just the early days. It's I think that even if they do ask us the same questions and one year two years from now, it's going to be completely different answers as we as we learn as we generated we grow a lot of things that are they able to to how we do things right now and we think a lot about this how it can be very efficient with the size that we are and change as we grow and change the product as we grow into rates and not having like each other friend now for right now, it's just like what the perfect product for this exact moment and I think that's it's awful lot of your own building products and and giving the company Okay guys, well, thank you for coming up so it's been great talking. Thank you. That was a pleasure. Thank you very much, Jeff. Ashura announced.
"dragos" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Yup definitely thought on, we think he eventually probably going to switch the tweet I. Mean Right now it was much easier to build a web up and just that. Yes I, think one thing it's all about speed writes in his early days we optimize a lot by by on on how we can. She thinks as fast as we can. and. Just by having the allow us to tweet ric esther. But as soon as we have or have some time, we going definitely do that because this does does opportunity to to do other things have access for the things the group products. That eventually. Do you guys test. Get Duck. By using it. Yeah like right to. Rake. Yeah right now, we don't have like a lot of automated testing in place mainly because our stage and our our duration. Definitely, we are going to work on that once be we're more stable but yeah, right now, the main dusting strategies is yourselves allowed to talk to the users and listen when they complain. Yeah that's mostly. Like we, we are the users of the product, right? So the benefit of. Using the product everyday and using insist the basic. Beast of your operation communications that are every time that you get frustrated with Something fails we have the power to to fix it but soul that's a privilege mark Venus. Redick series the as a user and. As the bugles off the tool to something that we are proud of that when we are using, we are delighted about it and we are happy to be used in Seoul and yeah at the conditional listening to people. That's that's S. You say that there is a number of users that it starts to cap out or starts to have too many users and there starts to be problems. Yeah it's actually can support up to twenty people what we we infested with more people but definitely. Should with that people. I, mean usually shouldn't be like the escape. Well, we've we've. Heard. Live streamers. But. Right now, we are not focusing on them that much. So yeah. Looks like a good amount of people sport. Also depends on the use case because if you are working like. Elaborating with your team. Of. There is a normal size of a team that people are usually having the working together, but the fewest sacks who and that's that's what we are mainly pouring right now. But if you're start to think about people learning to Code Online boot camps in basic things like that down the the context changes a little bit. The new cycle have more people live. And yet they are using the product for them as we are focused more on the. Small Teams Love Rating. What's your deployment? Model Forget Yes. So we can basically be with us HAP- for code repository and we have like guitar actions that that listen to. Well, it's actually a mental. Step. Trigger the Guitar Backtra Mentally, and that triggers the extension bills each extension. For each platform, it'd be it also bills. Core Binary for each rating system and else deploys the servers to Guga from. Yeah I mean we have just a automated. Let's week, right? Yeah. I actually used to be mental. We. started to be painful and every time it was like longer and longer and and the chances of mistake were higher. So we recently automated that. Yeah. So the deployment unit, is it a VM? Is it a container? Yeah well, actually run containers in in Jk Okay. So you're mostly on Google cloud. Yes. Any reasoning behind Google cloud aws. We had more experience with with the Google cloud and we like the the Ui and the. Experience better. Tips the main reason. I guess you guys don't have much intensive database requirements. I probably don't need to ask about databases. Yeah, not not really at least not for now like we've been exploring the use case of recording a meeting. To basically like, you can briefly did what you have typed right so that would need to be stored in a database right now we don't have. Yeah definitely we don't need much database basically just pretty user profiles. And what's your pricing model? Are you charging people yet? So people can use for free and there are some myths if you have. A Pre people and they are something known how long session can can. Be. And but the fall fourteen for Saas for companies we have like obeyed or model that leads a twenty dollars per user per month. Where we give. More features, better control. The team that a management. Ever seen. That's how. That's how we are wondering. What was the Fintech product you guys were working on before get duck. It was due to big bank help people save money the monthly. So we are raising new wing Bank time that people are buying something with their car were reading their bank transactions calculating the spare change and trump spring that money with extra charge that the car So they safe that the the. Spare change or the roofs that basically the more Russo like say like I want to save emphasis of my. Team. Depend by things like that. And that was focused on the on the banking revelation you. Where we'll do that. and. Yet, it was all single. was there anything about it was particularly difficult or you just decided to get a better option? I mean like that quickly, there were all the challenges they are in all the things that were easier Technically. Security. was a very important point in that time as we were moving real money. So we C- down we have a lot of. A lot of. Spur service in how we can. Communicate. Trusts even if we are a new company and that's As to buy it's it's all Ginowan how we view. Run. That's how we do things. So that was one side. The other side is that I mean debt company failed because we have money we fill to to on raise and one very. Often learning that we have that prime is that it's very hard to do you to seek feedback from we've out in funding. So while that was. Something that. That, we learn later and we had the opportunity to rebuild it from scratch after the goes. But with like more excited about the problems we're facing also with the we working that was something that I was always mind. So we we'd sites who. WHO WERE COMBAT ALTHOUGH I? I personally see the front like the brother can that we do super useful. Myself are so I think that's the thing that they the most is New Brunswick self. To use it not really a building often but this. Using. Interesting. So you guys were you were users of your own product, the Yep. That's always helps ride home. You have the pain that the on your users. That's. Definitely. Cool, anything else you want to add about get duck. One thing it's not really super relevant, but as we didn't. See anywhere else we could say it's a super nice up between two you invites us to to mention the. Like a fundraiser, we have just food are all seat round with general capitalise with notation capital break into the google voice. On. Why culminate in there? So we are super. I think for us we think about that this. Just adds helpless So this that trust by. Developers in companies. To have this is. Equal fuzzed. Shows that we're. Really serious about what have you seen you secure services to help. Flop. and. That's just the beginning. That's just the early days it's. ING that the even if you ask us in questions in one year two years now it's Different. Answers as we as we learn as we as we grow. Are. Available to to how we things right now in about this. Hour can be very patient with the size that we are in changes. We grew enchaine because the rates having defining product brandon out right now it's just like but both the Braga four this exact moment. That saw. Off Laws of young dealing products and company. Okay. Guys. Well, thank you for come on shows from great talking. Thank you pleasure. Thank you very much Jeff. Shoora announced.
"dragos" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Building an electron app? Yeah, definitely thought and we think eventually probably going to switch the trade but I mean right now it like was much easier to build a web up and just iterate and that yeah, I think one thing that it's all about speed right so long and disorderly days, we optimize a lot by back on how we can ship things as fast as we can and just by having the web-based product allow us to swim faster. But as soon as we have or have some time we are going to go to do that because this just give us opportunity to to do all the cool things have access for the things that we can prove the product. Yep. Yep. Yep. That's eventually How do you guys test to get duck by using it? Yeah, like trying to break it. Yeah, right. Now we don't have like a lot of automated testing in place mainly because of our stage and our our reservation. Definitely we're going to work on that once we we are more stable. But yeah, right now the main testing strategies is use it ourselves a lot talk to the officers and listen when they complain. Yeah, that's mostly I mean like we are the main users of the product, right? So the benefit of using the product ever again and using test the basic piece of your collaboration Communications that every time that you get frustrated with it and every time that there's something fails we have the power to to fix it right off that a privilege more opinions. So we take it very seriously as a user in and as the Builders of the product to to do something that we are proud of and that when we are using birth Are delighted about it and we are happy to be using it. So and yeah that condition of just listening to people that's that's how we tested. Did you say that there is a number of users that it starts to cap out it or it starts to have too many users and there starts to be problems. Yeah, it's it's actually can support up to twenty people but we didn't test it with more people but it definitely should work. Well with that people, I mean usually shouldn't be like a use case. Well, we've heard the request of like live streamers, but right now we are not focusing on them that much so yeah looks like quite a matter of people support. Also depends on the use case because if you are working like if you're collaborating with your team, there is a normal size of a team that people are usually having that they are working together. But if you start to end that's that's what we are mainly calling right now, but if you are start to think about people learning to code online boot camps in versatile things off at the end that the the context changes a little bit and decided to have more people live and yeah, they are using the product. Although it's not really perfect for them yet as we are focused more on the on and off but small teams collaborating remotely. What's your deployment model forget Duck? Yeah, so we we have basically get with use GitHub for code repository and we have like GitHub actions that that listen to what was actually a manual step. We triggered the GitHub action mentally and that triggers the each extension. It builds each extension for each platform. It it also builds the get that core off binaries for each operating system. And and it also deploys the the servers to Google Cloud platform. Yeah. I mean we have just automated this last week. Yeah actually used to be manual. We just automated that because started to be a painful and every time it was like longer and longer and and and off the chances of of doing a mistake were higher so we recently automated that yeah. So the deployment unit. Is it a VM? Is it a container Yeah, we actually run containers in in Jackie g k e g k. Okay, so you will see on Google Cloud. Yeah, any reasoning behind Google Cloud over AWS. We have more experience with with Google cloud and we we felt like the the UI of the vehicle experience better touch the main reason. I guess you guys don't have much intensive database requirements. I probably don't need to ask about databases. Yeah, not not really at least not for now. Like we've been exploring the use case of recording often meeting. So basically like you can we play the what you have typed right? So that that would need to be stored in a database right now. We we don't have yeah, definitely. We don't need it much database basically just for the user profiles. And what's your pricing model? Are you charging people yet? Yeah, so people can use it for free and there are some some limits if you have like a up to three people and there are some limits on how long the session can can be and but yeah 414 for startups for companies. We have like a paid model that basically it's $20 per per user per month where we give off more features better control of the of the team where management of of everything. That's that's how we that's how we are monetizing. What was the fintech product you guys were working on before get duct? It was due to pick Bank to help people save money automatically. So we are basically doing Bank Reading. So every time that people are buying something with their depth car. We were reading their Bank transactions off calculating the spare change and and transferring that money with extra charge that that the card so they can save that that vehicle spare change or other rules that box had more rules like say like I once to save 10% of my favorite thing that I'm buying things like.
"dragos" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"dragos" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Teams are facing those issues as well and we'd sizable while we thought we honestly thought that was so much more interesting problem much bigger being to to work on and we'd start to to stop developing the. The South Food and and. Stop to food. tweak acknowledges that we be reversely to work or. The livestream capability of programming is that something that you could see get duct being used for? Yes an exit these finding that the because that was the previous of the product we had like streaming and actually it's Live what's just he? He did. We see that a lot of people are doing livestream US specialty on these days on Youtube. So we had Sean Hannity, what we decide with the reason that we decided to change the focus phone livestream to arrive at meetings is was just because we learned that we ourselves were using a different way and also we discovered the other do so were using it in the in the while. Basically, we learned that people, for example, are doing meeting with Google hangout in the streaming with oviously their their their screen to our our team e servers all so they could see. Live meeting took, but while using the loose to do that so we settled on those seem. Actually that was very interesting and we decided to build on new product of scratch focus on the real time collaboration, and we literally built everything from scratch. We we have kind of two products rather one is we are not. Front of people anymore, but it's it's working are use it or use before recording goes for before or the US and the other one is the real liberation with Ram. Gotcha and when you say you built everything from scratch. Is there anything that you built from scratch that you could have taken off the shelf. I'll definitely I think that video that we make sure that explained before it it's a good example of that. So when we built the live streaming. Belfer Abuse Derision of all. We built the video stream acknowledge ourselves. And it was was fun. We learned a lot but the that we are facing that we were spending a lot of time thinking on the basic things will make it work video and not too much time on the things that make us. So, when we decided to start building a the new real in collaboration for other. One of the first thing that we fought yet the video must be working with we. Just need to worry about use. Let's just for WHO's on the on the the peace right like how people can share the cold and pull up the de programming very simply. Ken To people work on get duck. Parallel to each other or do all the all the participants have to be kind of serialized. Will. You can like even more people free people walk people can be working in Barlow. One is always the host. So he's the one that this sharing the files fool everybody participate liberate, but then people can be. Eighty things environmental were defiles different parts of the same file, whatever they people it's more productive for them, and then what's happening is that all the changes are applied to one person to vote by Soviet the that's when the committee later that things all the changes made by.
Names erased: How Indigenous people are reclaiming what was lost
"You don't have to look very far to find Examples York region Ontario was named after your can the UK Regina is named after Queen Victoria Regina being the Latin for Queen and well British Columbia obviously. For Christina. Gray reclaiming those place names is vital and it's personal. The Simpson and Denny lawyer is one of two researchers behind reclaiming indigenous place names. The policy report was released in October of two thousand nineteen by the Yellow had institute at Ryerson University in Toronto. I've reached her at her home in Prince Rupert BBC. Welcome to unreserved thanks for having me. So you are a CO researcher with Daniel Ruck and you looked into naming practices and the erasure of indigenous place names. What did you find? We really wanted to do a cross section of the history of settler colonial renaming practices from indigenous place names to places that are an English or in French, or there's also note anglicised version as well and none look at what is the practice of reclaiming indigenous place names that is happening in various places are ranging from like the Northwest Territories, Quebec B. C. Saskatchewan Manitoba to give. People a different idea of what's going on across these places and territories, and so how do original place names get changed? You know from from the original indigenous words into you know the things that they become how does that happen? Basically what's happening as a result of mostly white people or settlers who were? Changing the names to suit their whims, our desires or values when places were being changed from indigenous place names, saedtler place names like we have to remember the population of Canada at that time was a lot lower than it is now yes. There were indigenous peoples on these lands and territories, but there is also a different perspective by settlers at that time as well, and so they I think they wanted the the places to reflect. What was going on in their life for different ideas that were important to them. I can think that Greek in Vancouver I was looking into the two sisters, which is now called the lions and a lot of people go heikal lions in in Vancouver, and they kind of overlook how sound and you can see them pretty much any point in Vancouver. But before they were called the lions, they recalled the two sisters and it relates to an oral history. Of The squamish nation and it's an oral history that also relates to northerners like myself because the oral history it's it's about making peace offerings between the northern and the southern people's. used to war with each other and so that has much significance to me as a simpson person who used to live in Vancouver the two sisters in Vancouver is definitely one that I've heard about Are there any other striking examples of renamed places that you found y'all like almost makes me want to cry actually there's a place that was called Lake Squat Kit. It's like near Kenmore, but the word squad specifically, Drago Tori term to refer to indigenous women and. Terrible. Stereotypes associated with it as well, and those are based off of how some settlers song about indigenous. and so you can just think about like it's a Grayson, deeply misogynistic but. People like had such a personal connection to the place name of squash it and like didn't want it to be renamed and. But like that I think has such a affect the way that you call places. And think about there are so many missing murdered indigenous woman in Canada and how you referred to that something that. So awfully in calling squad like those have affects real-life affects on people it's not just about placing. And is renaming more. Can it be more than just a symbolic gesture you know on how is renaming more than just a symbolic gesture i? Guess I think we always hope that naming practices or the revitalization of indigenous place names will go beyond just symbolic gestures who also have substantial effects as well and sue. Enrich policy really wanted to also look at like what are some of the mechanisms. In which indigenous people are. Using policy and Law to revitalize indigenous place names and so we looked up land use planning conservation co-management. Events and also modern day treaties and self government agreements in which indigenous peoples are using these different mechanisms available to on to re attribute and revitalize indigenous placing you know this work is being done by indigenous people. So think it's really important to attribute that recognition to them.
Coronavirus may be detectable before symptoms start, report suggests
"From Axios this morning coronavirus may be quote at the brink of a global pandemic by lane Drago over Riley writes the corona virus outbreak may be quote at the brink of a global pandemic Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases tells actually else the major concern is that people without symptoms can affect other people that is why they fear a pandemic the virus has killed more than two thousand infected more than seventy five thousand mostly in mainland China five deaths in more than a hundred factions have been confirmed and eight other nations and territories countries are furiously racing to contain the virus by sharing travel restriction more than eighty percent the other people catch the infection experience mild symptoms fourteen percent of severe disease like pneumonia the shortness of breath five percent come down with a critical disease like sepsis multi organ failure and respiratory failure so five percent below get this one's going to be in the millions have a serious serious problem and as I said yesterday to percent die thus far it's older people but thought she said I would strongly suspect that a symptomatic people are transmitting the infection but I don't think that's a major driver he adds it's too early to determine the death rate is there's not enough data
"dragos" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Let Canberra no what they found in all cases. The report says the findings were negative. They had not been hacked. The Islamic State Isis which has for some time been hidden from view has resurfaced online with messages urging adherence to establish new bases aces of operation in Southeast Asia and howling for any lone wolves who might be listening to do whatever they can to free isis detainees from whatever jails prisons ends or camps that are holding them and finally in the midst of other Edward Snowden News. That's come out this week. As the bad boy of the SYS admin world talks to people about his forthcoming memoir. Is this nugget the A. P. Says Ed snowden would rather receive asylum in France then Russia well we would to if it came down to it but silom in France number Ed and now a word from our sponsor dragos the leaders in industrial cybersecurity technology threats to electric infrastructure are progressing passing in both frequency and sophistication in their latest white paper and Webinar Dragos re analyzes the two thousand sixteen Ukraine Cyberattack to reveal previously unknown information about the crash override malware its intentions and why it has far more serious and complex implications for the electric community than originally reassessed learn more about crash override and what defenses to take to combat future sophisticated cyber attacks by reading the White Paper at dragos dot com mm slash white dash papers or watching their Webinar at Dragos dot com slash webinars to learn more about Drago's intelligence driven approach to industrial cybersecurity register for a free thirty day trial of their ICS threatened elegance at dragos dot com slash worldview and we thank Dragos for sponsoring our show.
"dragos" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Thank Dragos for sponsoring our show. And I'm pleased to be joined once again, by David before he's the vice president of engineering in cyber security at Webroot, David. It's always great to have you back. You recently spent some time over at Infosec Europe. And you brought back some interesting things to compare Europe versus the US and what you're seeing when it comes to threats and collaboration. That's exactly right. Great to be back. David, always loved to talk about these topics. And I think, you know, maybe some of your listeners don't we have a very big presence in Europe as well as the United States in, I think those of us in the US always just presume that everyone thinks about the same type of issues or think about things in the same way that we do here in the states, but you're past some different things that are concerning them, none of which will be a surprise. I just think that the level of concern that maybe isn't here in the states anymore that they have for certain things is pretty interesting. Take us through some of the things you learned we're gonna sing the same old. Song of ransomware and phishing. But here in the in the US, I think I don't wanna say ransomware is under control, but people are more familiar with it. We know how it works. We spend a lot of time understanding how to prevent it how to get rid of it. And we've all had the debate should you pay should you not pay. I think that debate in those discussions are just now really coming to the forefront in Europe. And I don't know you know, credit card scams were predominantly US-based for a while. And now they're becoming global. I don't know if you take advantage of the US, first because that's where the money is. And then you start propagating elsewhere that could be happening. There's a lot of discussion and you see a lot of concern about ransomware. Yeah. It's interesting to me that seems like there are some basic cultural differences, that inform these things, I think the big one is privacy where we have GDP are. And European seemed to have a different approach to privacy than we do here in the US. That is a fact. And again, I'm going to bring that jump to GDP. Are you know that is number one? In their minds has been for several years. And to be fair, they had, this huge regulation coming down from the EU, whether depending on you think it's good or bad. I'm not gonna make that discussion. But they had to focus so much of their energy on the GDP our effort over the last several years, they haven't been paying as much attention to ransomware phishing machine learning. So what are your recommendations for folks who are looking to do business in Europe, any sensitivities, they should have when the reaching out, for sure the number one thing is GDP are, it's still top of mind? Everyone really focuses on that data protection is key, because people are worried about getting sued or things of that nature. But in general, I think it's the same idea of how are you protecting the points? How are you protecting the customers focusing on fishing in ransomware? Right now is something that they really are looking at kind of what we talk about here. But just to get the bundling GDP are. I mean it sounds like we've. Got more in common than than we don't. But there are some important nuances to take note of as well. That's exactly right. And you know, the, the cycles are a little bit different over there. I think we all end up at the same place. We just might take different trains to get there. All right. Well, David defer, thanks for joining us. Great being here. David. And that's the cyber wire. Thanks to all of our sponsors for making the cyber wire possible, especially.
"dragos" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Escape. Bleak. Reminder of the fact that we're all gonna die and the John Travolta play John God, go for a walk around the building at Dragos mean Jean. Yeah. Had to get checked into a nursing home at this wife, you know, four days ago. I'm like, oh my God. I want wanna go out that way, so tasing sometimes I have to talk to my friend. Then I have to give you the bad news details. Okay. I'll I'll shield you from them when we're talking. This is why immerse myself in children's movies. When I go home, nothing bad happens in those. I just watch furniture. Oh, it's real good. John seen it as the voice of a bowl. Yeah. It's good. I'm stuck on sing right now. That's that's really. Oh, man. Talks to me BUSTER, Mon John, John CENA place, Ferdinand the bull. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's like a little is in the marine because that's a classic film. Johnson has grown a lot since the marine. Yeah. True. What was the train wreck with Amy Schumer? He was fabulous in that movie. Yeah. Blockers you see that? Oh that was a doozy. I'm just too busy watching John Travolta gangster movies, by the way. So I guess the zero percent on rotten tomatoes. There's only a handful of films that have ever gotten that ever. It is it is regarded as one of the worst films of all time. I feel like emoji movie was at zero for a while. Holmes and Watson right now also has a zero percent, which joins very small group of terrible. But it was not. I mean, those bad bad. But it wasn't like I watched the end of it the Ron tomato. It's a movement that people were there over Travolta, Quin tarintino. He's opponent back in something. He really does that Charles Manson movie that he's filming he needs to needs to put Mr. Travolta in there to grab a live low. Yeah. Coming down on you will be disrespectful to another Tampa Bay legend, Mr. Mr. Randy puff. Oh, yeah. Pieces. Well in seminal said very very disrespectful died after suffering cardiac arrest and then crashing his car expired. He passed gotta when you look at the list of like old school wrestlers, like they're all like, they're very few left very very few. I mean, HOGAN and flare really the last two big ones alive. Stinks things alive. Yeah. He's alive. What about Barry Windham? He's he's with us lex Luger, man. He's a shell of himself. It would blow your mind to see what lex Luger looks like today. I'm just saying I need something ninety something Don Bundy still alive. He's still hanging in. Yes. That guy it was like four hundred eighty pounds. Yeah. He's a big boy. He's still alive. Yup. King Kong Bundy. Yeah. I saw him wrestling a bingo hall not that long ago. Actually, come on not that long. I mean within the past ten years that's impressive because he's got to be in his seventies. Right. He is a really funny if he was like if he had heard out is just a frail looking guy King Kong Bundy back in the day the paycheck seventy seven five seven nine hundred to five to grab a live sixty one who. Not the same age one. Okay. Are you a kid? Yes. Well, go ahead real quick kid. What can we do for him? So I figured out how to solve your problem. All right. Go ahead. All right. Thank you. Appreciate that. You'll get some homework done or something. I know it's break, but get yourself ready to go back to keep listening. Ten years or so listen to. Hello. Hello. Hello. John. Jon heyman. Wendy things is gonna come out of the closet. He never got married. I told it called it told it I called I believe that Johnston is a heterosexual man who find love. I have an ax to grind with him because of an incident that took place when I worked for the Orlando Magic. And I will say my Gaidar, which is usually ninety nine point nine percent on did not even register with John CENA. He I don't get that vibe from him at all. All right. What he's he is an interesting doodo like he is very like they've they show him on the reality shows and he lives in this big fine home. 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Belize Brunetti Johnson And David Jennings discussed on Patti Vasquez with Andrea Darlas
"It's David Jennings. Dragos moving in the right direction that from Belize Brunetti Johnson today saying that the preliminary numbers show a hundred fewer homicides in twenty eight t then in
Here's how 'Creed II' is a direct sequel to 'Rocky IV' (spoilers!)
"Here's your box office preview. It's a weekend of sequels and remakes starting with creed to follow up to twenty fifteen original and eight filmed in the Rockies series. Michael Jordan returns is Donna's creed who thirty-three years after Russian fighter Ivan Drago killed his father in the ring tries to avenge that loss and invite withdraw goes son, so Vesta Stallone returns, his rocky Balboa and Tessa Thompson dolph Lundgren would harass and Felicia Rashad also star in this sports drama
'Creed II' is a direct sequel to 'Rocky IV'
"Director Steven cable junior to talk about the sequel to Ryan Koukoulas twenty fifteen installment in the rocky franchise creed to is about Donna's creed. Now a championship boxer and his mental rocky Balboa, but it's also about Rockies nemesis from rocky four Ivan Drago and Ivan son, Victor, it's a movie about fathers and sons legacy. And what happens when you're no longer the underdog. I talked to cable junior about what he learned from Sylvester Stallone how to rebuild the drug with storyline and making his own way in a complicated. Franchise. Your Stephen cable junior. I'm joined today by Stephen capable junior. Steven thanks for coming in. Thanks for having me, man. Stephen you directed creed to how did this happen for you a question. No, we I was writing my own script in. I was working on TV show called Greenwich. When I got the call. You know, what I mean, I I did not have greed to went on on a slate or anything like that it just kind of came out of nowhere. And how it happened was a guest MGM has saw my feature film the land in Ryan coup has suggested that a look into because he was don't buy Panthera time and got a call. These guys are spotted sly has oughta peace Michael Jordan has everybody felt comfortable and good about it and didn't necessarily have to pitch myself interesting. So you don't have to come in and say, here's my vigil. I definitely did say here's a vision. I have because I got the script Innis from sly in sly had wrote a draft that had a basic foundation of everything, but he felt like. He wanted to dive deeper into Donald his life, and he wanted to Tesla's, and then we're still playing with the draw goes. And so when I got the script it was like, our has some ideas, you know, when I pitched it to them, they're like while the these work, and it's the stuff that you'll see a lot in a film when I'll spoiling it because I don't know when this comes out doors, we won't be so. Yeah. But so tell me a little bit about your relationship to the rocky franchise where you were you all in as a kid, or is it something that was sort of new to get started doing? No, not at all. I don't know who has not seen entire rocky franchises. Like once in a while here. Somebody says they haven't and I'm might complete shock like you haven't seen rocky. What I was a kid as a kid. I I guess I'm considering young. But I saw the first one I saw was rocky five. Oh, wow. That was the first one thousand first one I saw that's not a great place to start. Everyone keeps the today. Right. Everybody keeps saying that in. And again, I I understand why I guess as a filmmaker. And you know, being who I am now where I'm at. But when you're like six years old watching like rocky five and you see Tommy gun in boxing and people industries. That thing was cool. I mean, it was just cool to me then when I went back backwards. So now start to go to first one then second now that stuff and then when I did I played sports. I was basketball player. So obviously sex is huge sports connection growing up. So throwing my teenage years. It was just about like motivation. I love to underdog story, but around seventeen eighteen, you know, nineteen starting to go to college starting to look into film taken more seriously. That's when I started appreciate a four. What it is. Are you thought sly and what they rocky one which is my favorite one was fascinating man thought it was bowl. They try some really cool things in there. And I was like, wow, you know, a flawed character. Who's not like put here pushback super suave? He stuttering he's doing this. He felt human, you know, and I'm like, oh, that's why I felt so connected to this character, you know. So I thought that was really cool you had this unusual burden with this movie where you have the legacy of the rocky franchise, and then you also have the burden of creed.
'Creed II': Michael B. Jordan risks it all for Creed-Drago Round 2 in new trailer
"Were just watching Brian. The creed will not the trailer, but they have this sort of side by side because it's a, it's it's creed, son, yes. Donna's Adana fighting play by Michael Jordan Geragos leave. His name is Victor Drago played by Michael Jordan right that that would be a hell of an acting feet. The plot is I understand it from the creed to trailer, which I think was released today is that a donnas creed, the son of a Pollock creed will be fighting and trained by naturally rocky Balboa fighting Victor Drago the son of the site under on Drago who killed in what was supposed to be exhibition match. Just an exhibition, right? Apollo because rocky did not tell. Well. Did you turns out and you're right, Andy, the trailer did just come out today. So when have in right. I. They have is top and bottom sort of side by side comparison of rocky in a moment, staring down Drago in the new movie and rocky staring down Drago in the old movie and rocky four, which was eighty six. I think it's eighty six and and I was just remarking how dolph Lundgren kind of looks pretty good and looks like he's had less worked on than than rocky who. And if you look at the clip from rocky four still on it already started getting work done. I face the face. Rocky four is not the face that he hasn't raw just standard of looking like you've had less work than Stallone like that's not a high Bartik visible. Basically in less your Mickey Rourke, you're gonna pass. I'm just saying, doll flyer looks pretty
"dragos" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Joining me once again is robert m lee he's the ceo at dragos robert welcome back you own recently published some information about electric take us through what y'all found so electra's the activity groups the threat associated with the crash override our that was deployed against the korean kim substation in two thousand sixteen was the first piece of ours specifically designed to disrupt the electric power and what was interesting to me about this case besides sort of the significance of it and and diving into the capability and understanding all the things that did i'm but what was interesting is the group so active sir this activity group if you will still going out and targeting other locations we haven't seen any attacks to follow we haven't seen you know supreme positioning of a crash override like tape ability but we've seen them absolutely target and breach other providers other providers outside of ukraine including some water sites as well and and i think this is you know reoccurring continuing lesson in the community that it is a natural tendency of of defenders to think about a big report getting disclosed or big attack happening in the report comes out in the sort of have this idea that and we're done lowy we know now in other reports were finished and that's on that's not the case i'm his adversaries still obviously stay active find that report is not necessarily even deterring to them of course but it just started getting the message out to people to take a look for this and what i really like about industrial controls specifically in these type of breads tract here is it highlights that just focusing on things like ten glynn dictators are not going to be sufficient the electron targeting of one power site versus other and the capability they ultimately deploy so the specific industrial controls that site are going to be pretty specific to the sites a lot of changes if we're distracting ip addresses in hashes and things like that it's not going to be sufficient but when we try to track this higher level analysis like electron as this activity group we instead track their behaviors and their trade craft their methods and the styles and patterns of infrastructure twice citizens thousand patterns of dems and we moved from the technical to the trade craft that's where we can actually absolutely make this scalable in terms of detection and focus and insight and that's pretty empowering as under now is it that trade craft that a is that one of the elements that allows you to track them to know that you're dealing with the same group at absolutely so every every time in adversary does something that generally leaves kind of a human fingerprint behind the way they do it the way they configure their malware the way they developed a village is the way they choose infrastructure on you know it's like if i i were to go through and make a persona and and start registering domains maybe the way that i registered remains with the type of who is information that i put in it maybe that would have a pattern and and i would position that unlikely does because humans are creatures of patterns and effectively you try to follow those patterns and tradecraft and look for largely those methods versus just technical components that are much easier to change now in terms of misdirection when folks are intentionally trying to throw you off the path have have we reached a point where bit misdirection can usually be spotted is it is it obvious or is it still tricky tricky thing as a misdirection and then service sister discussion of like all swags they're absolutely a tricky thing but they're they're much more tricky thing for attribution than they are defense if if i really wanna know who did the attack then i very much have to factor in the idea that there might be some misdirection or even a false flag nature to this if i'm trying to defend the cast attack if they use a hundred overlap with trade draft one hundred overlap with methods do everything that would really make it seem like it's it's misdirection false flag it's still doesn't matter because they still do the attack and they're still using the methods and drake from tracking and and i'm still doing defense so the the how versus the who changes the difficulty of the questions were asking and this case false flag operations from a defense perspective are no different it is only in the who that that begins to really matter robert lee thanks for joining us.
Actress Brigitte Nielsen, 54, reveals fifth pregnancy in Instagram pos
"Yorkers from dangerous drivers james flippin nbc news radio former president george h w bush appears to be talkative and in good spirits after being admitted to a main hospital a spokesman says bush's doing better but will need several more days of treatment the ninety three year old was taken to a hospital on sunday when he experienced low blood pressure and fatigue hours after attending a pancake breakfast at the american legion post in kennebunkport the country's first franchise network of housecall veterinarians is expanding its pawprint and the s pat care has just signed six franchise agreements in atlanta philadelphia and pittsburgh now the business model let's veterinarians either open their own housecall practice or expand an existing practice to include making house calls mvs just started offering the franchise opportunity three months ago at the end of the year they expect franchises to open up in florida nevada south carolina georgia texas and oregon elisa's e nbc news radio fifty four year old actress brigitte nielsen is pregnant so investor stallone's x posted a picture of her baby bump on instagram this week and it's gone viral nielsen has four boys already and they are all over the age of twenty three the actress who played ivan drago wife in rocky ford has been married to an italian born tv producer since two thousand six and this is their first child together brian shook nbc news radio the latest from koa newsradio colorado's newest supreme court justice is the judge who presided over the aurora theater shooting trial governor hickenlooper has appointed judge carlos some more junior to fill the seat vacated by retiring chief justice nancy rice judson more is known for his sharp judicial mind his open mindedness and his devotion to the rule of law the rule of law is one of the is one of the cornerstones of democracy and it's one of the things that distinguishes the united states from countries like china or russia so more came to colorado at age thirteen from his native el salvador his father had been a judge there and refuse to do the government's bidding they had the flee the country in colorado his father worked as a school bus driver to support the family moore is a graduate.
"dragos" Discussed on Tech News Today
"Thank you take care you too thank you the last week we heard that twitter had left all our passwords vulnerable by allowing access to them from someone at twitter while this was vaguely concerning our next guest is working for a company that's ensuring cyber security at a somewhat higher level for example our civilian critical infrastructure welcome back to the show selena larson anything so much for having me to be here so would we last spoke you were running for cnn now you were working for a company called drag owes that bills itself as a firm that hunts mel wear that can kill with sound scary like scifi movie what exactly are we talking about here yeah so we can get to our that can kill part in a little bit okay yasu i'm still writing just i no longer journalists but i am technical writer at dragos i'm part of the intelligence team a some so writing the time threat reports security advisories things like that but so a different type and drain as as an ics security company if you're not familiar with with what that means it's industrial control system so everything from the electric grid oil and gas chemical manufacturing even things like breeze basically we exist sort of safeguard protective systems as what we do is we take a human intelligence in couple with dripped hager analytics essentially hecker trade crafts and we put that into our products so we have dribs platform which is software for detecting and responding to ics threats to companies can have his ability they see him like we are behaviors on these two machines should be talking to each other let's go see with that is and then we have a threat operations center which is provides threatened teeing incidents responses.
"dragos" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Hey guys welcome back to the second hour on t y t it's your girl grace baldrige been awhile since i've been here welcome back to me joined by maitha alhassan and either a dragos may that this our first panel together it is excited little nervous you said my name perfect so yeah i do practice in the bathroom excuse myself to powder my nose in pro it's the first step with me all right so we have a wide variety of stories to get into off the top i think we should just jump in with a bit of breaking news from the kanye west front let's just talk about this and get this over with and then we're gonna be talking about a stormy daniels meek mill we're gonna be talking about charter schools a whole mess of it so with that said let's just jump jump right in kanye west stopped by tmz and he said number of controversial things one of them is that slavery he says quotas a choice we have a video from t m z let's take a look right now you hear about slavery for four hundred years for four hundred years that sound like a choice like he was there for four hundred years and it's all y'all you know like it's like we're we're mentally imprison i like to wear prison because slavery those two to direct to the idea of blacks is like slavery holocaust holocaust jews slavery is blacks so prison is something that unites us is one race blacks and whites being one race that we're one with the human race okay so before i toss over to the panel i want to apply a little bit more context because that was just kinda wests quote then sort of turns it over to the newsroom and tmz and van leith and who's a writer at tmz responded and this is what he said he says you're entitled to believe whatever you want but there is fact and real world real life consequence behind everything you just said and while you were making music and being an artist and living the life that you've earned by being genius the rest of us in society have.
"dragos" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
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"dragos" Discussed on The CyberWire
"We got a slightly unusual addition of cyber wire for you today we're going to do a quick rundown of some news but we're going to spend the main part of the show with robert emily founder and ceo of dragos the security company whose recently published report has been at the center of the crash override power grid mao wear i the news microsoft issued 96 patches yesterday and in an unusual move reached back to fix wannacry related issues in the beyond end of life windows xp also unusual is redman's warning to expect exploitation by statesponsored thread actors yesterday adobe also pushed out fixes for it's much updated much patched shockwave and flash products information operations continued to figure prominently in terrorist groups use of the internet which is why disruptive cyber attacks by states belonging to the civilized world have had such difficulty countering them another trend in terrorists use of cyberspace is emerging in financing crypto currencies are beginning to assume a more important role in bankrolling their operations bloomberg reports that russian probes of us electoral processes seemed to have been more extensive than feared cozy in fancy bear between them may have prospect at systems in as many as thirty nine states and they are expected to be back the probe seemed to involve reconnaissance but also attempts at voter registration data manipulation with respect to influence operations trend micro is warning that fake news as a service is now available in online black markets it's pricey but payoff could be high one service available for four hundred thousand dollars offers election manipulation how effective such services may be is so far anyone's guess.