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"jack reciter" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

04:12 min | Last month

"jack reciter" Discussed on The CyberWire

"It's bocom to the cyber wires career notes podcast brought to you by recorded future. Delivering. Advanced security intelligence to disrupt adversaries. My Name Is Jack reciter and I'm currently the host of the podcast dark net diaries. But before that I was a network security engineer for ten years at a fortune five, hundred company. I don't know how. But my grandma guides apple two e. when we're young. Dos. Hadn't even come out yet like dos was just coming out and she's buying computers before doses even here like who buys. Is that for their home but she did So I was playing games and I was I was actually coding and like basic at the time and doing stuff and it wasn't until I. Think all came around and I got connected to the Internet and that just Kinda was amazing like that I think is what made me say Okay Hey let me pursue a career in this and I think my dad wanted me to be like a VCR retirement is what I think is hopes were. Which I'm glad. It didn't take him up on that. So we got enrolled in the university, and I started going to classes to do some formal training. I was kind of young and naive and I felt like, okay. Once I have a bachelor's degree in computer engineering companies will just be clamoring for me. You know they'll be they'll be knocking on my door ten at a time by had a really tough time finding anything technical to do after I got my degree, which is so strange now that I look back at it because the opportunities were endless by I just didn't know where to look and I I was a little too I. Don't know on my high horse. I was playing a lot of video games right before this too and I thought let's make this video game. Let me see if I can gain experience points in and just focus on this like okay. The the current mission is to accomplish the certificate. What do I need to do to get this mission complete like I had it in kind of gamification kind of mentality to to get these sorts And thinking with a new fresh certificate degree that should be able to lend me a job and it sure did right away like pretty much the first place a call said, Oh yeah we'll take you right away and that was a knock network operation center handling incidents for clients that. Their network would go down or or there would be some sort of fault in in the network I would see that alert and then engage the person who needed to be engaged. Once I got my cesium pew that knock was Kinda. Like okay. You're ready for the big league. So they somebody found place for me in the in the engineering team and it was actually the security engineering team needed another engineer, and so they said, do you WanNa do it and I said, yes, and I didn't really know exactly what security was at the time because I wasn't into it that much. I just was a little bit comfortable but when I got over There and I was a troubleshooting all kinds of things I was realizing how important it was to know a little bit about thing because insecurity you get this one weird problem that you only remember from college days studying that one time. Right so it was it was such a great thing to have all of my wide experiences come together into a focus insecurity and I think it was a perfect match for me and so that's when I actually fell in love with security. That's when I started a blog called tunnel stop dot com, and the blog was really when I would have problems with the firewall or some device and I googled it in the answers weren't there in Google or they were so deep in the Cisco Documentation that it was like, oh my gosh, it took me an hour just to find this one thing. So. It's really trying to break down these really complicated topics to you know in in an easy to understand way and I think that kind of pave the way for.

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"jack reciter" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

08:15 min | 6 months ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on Code Story

"Interviews with tech visionaries who share in the critical moment. So what it takes to change and industry and build and lead a team. That has your back. I'm your host no allow part and today how. Jack reciter scratched his entrepreneur which by building the world's most popular INFOSEC podcast. All this and more on coats story. Today's guest is going to be a little different than our normal tech founder. But by no means any less accomplished Jack. Reciter is a veteran of the security world. He likes to explore whether it be through St cycling looking through a dozen buildings alleyways or just plain getting outdoors. He grew up with conspiracy theories but found himself drawn more to the truthful scandal over the former having watched some of the biggest events in our history come and go such as the dot com bubble bitcoin boom etc he felt the increasing presence of an entrepreneurial itch in the early days he built some blogs and websites using well known web technology and he cultivated a love of podcasting in great storytelling not able to find a great storytelling podcast. In the INFOSEC THE SECOND RENA. He decided to give it a shot in his own fast forward today. His podcast dark net. Diaries is one of the most well. Known podcast available topping the charts with its weekly released of hacking true stories. I mean it's very much inspired by this American life. So that's rich in sound design and interviews narration and writing and then the the story is always about hacking or cybercrime. The tagline is true stories from the dark side of the Internet right. So all the stuff that's like going on secretly on the Internet is in my lens of possibility. Here it's true. Crime meets CYBERCRIME and it's all very heavily research. I mean I've really tried to find the human element in it as well. A lot of times here okay. We'll hackers broke into this bank and stole a million dollars. Okay we'll there. Was the human element here who got hurt. Who pulled the trigger like all these things that we've totally skipped over then so it's also kind of a slow news kind of podcast right like if there's something that happened ten years ago but we didn't know who did it until like two years later and then they couldn't catch him until five years later and then they didn't get sentenced until seven years later like all these things and then the fallout is ten years later? Okay well now. Ten years later I have a great story on my hands that I can go back and do from the beginning all the way to the end and I really love that and that that kind of thing I think was the thing I was warning. The most is. Give me a full update on this hacking story. Don't give me the latest news and then pepper it like every day for the next three months with little updates. I want the full story from the beginning to the end all laid out for me and one big long chunk. Yeah that just wasn't happening in the podcast world. So that's why I made darkness. Dyers sister is to have those kind of stories that I could listen to. This is going to be interesting to ask you this question because normally you interview. Cto's in product which you have built a product but tell me about the MVP. Tell me about how long it took you to build. Let's dive into the that first episode and maybe even the first four episodes. What sort of tools did you use to build it whether that be digital tools or knowledge based tools? And how did you go about that process? I mean like I said I was really into podcast. I had been listening to podcasts. Probably like two hours a day for like a year or two or three years before that so I really understood. Podcast like that was my space. I understood how they sounded like. Is There Intro? Is there as interim music is? What's the out tro sound like? We're the ads at with a cold open. Like so I I was really familiar with like all the different elements of it and and what I was trying to do is take all of my favorite podcasts. And Pretty I'm going to say I'll copy the exact things that I loved out of them so if somebody had like a really cool. I don't know accent I would try the accent. 'cause I if they had like a timbre or or a cadence. I wouldn't try that so I was. I was doing all these like experiments and was kind of the thing I landed on. Was this kind of INSOMNIAC voice which is Kinda like Rummy Malik in in Mister robot or or the narrator in fight club whereas just really like hasn't had sleep for five days and he's just sounds totally like giving up on everything. I really wanted that voice or so. I practiced by like staying up late at night. Like four five o'clock in the morning and then recording some stuff but that was really didn't work out the way I wanted so some extra dateable. I really really tried to copy at like exactly but it never was exactly ever which made it my own kind of flavor of if I'm grabbing inspiration and copying inspiration from fifty different places and then putting it all in a pot and having my own version of it. That's really in my opinion more inspirational than it is copying. I am just picking up. Flavors cues and hints and colors from all these places but then my way of doing it is different. So there's this aspect of it that you know I had to learn my voice and I had to learn how I was going to present this entire show. Like what does it sound like? And there's this gap in your head between when it's all done in recorded in what it actually sounds like. There's this huge gap between what I wanted to be. What it is and the goal is to like. Close that gap with practice over time. So yeah I mean that was kind of like one of the early things I was struggling with is. Just what is it? Sound like an wide. Isn't it sounding like I wanted to all this stuff? Basically I scrounged up a microphone. Which is the same Mike? I'm using right now. Us Strangely enough. It's A. It's a blue snowball and I had this Had this Mike which is just a cheap USB Mike for years I want there to be limits on my creativity and if I have just like a a cheap usb Mike and a computer that's my limits right and I tried to even use free software to see what I could do it debt but if I have an unlimited budget and all the best year in a sound studio now have unlimited things and that kind of fizzles out my creativity but when I'm limited I kinda get that extra. I don't know I feel like a fighter like a upcoming fighter like I can't do it just what I have so I just grabbed whatever I could the cheap. Yes be Mike ahead in a drawer for for years and I used some free software for episode. Wine just started writing. I think it was even in like Google docs that. I wrote the whole story in and called up some people that was kind of exciting to do my first interview to right so I called up a bunch of people to interview. I think I called like ten or emailed Tan and like one or two got back to me and I was like okay I got I got one Like so excited. He was on the other side of the world. And so I'd wake up at like four. Am to like get the interview and all this and so nervous and excited but it worked out and Yeah I mean I started putting all the parts together and doing a bunch of research in the Land Tracts and get music in there and really struggling to get it all compiled like. I didn't understand what needed to be. I like do I write the story first or do the interview first or do I do the research first? And what's second link? It was just such a confusing thing. But when you just try just gonNA start putting stuff down on paper right putting stuff down the audio tracks then you start seeing things. Come together okay. I guess I should go back and do this. And you start learning. What what it is. And you don't really get in that group for like another ten episodes or so at the beginning you just gotTa Start Making. Something doesn't matter if it's the right way or the wrong way. Just start making it and you'll learn what the right way is over. Time does Kinda just method on so many things. I don't know if this is the right way but I'm just gonNA start making.

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"jack reciter" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"That he had them to try and stop them from beating up people. All that they're going to remember is that he had to place. We have been for last eight years to this day. Oh my God and plays if nothing else plays plays part people still after eight years. One employing him because they escaped. He's going to heck them. Hey He's not gonNA lose his family to hack. I don't eat if my kids ever want to get into activism. I if I have to lock them up in a room for ten years. I will do that because I refuse to let that happen. We have been harmless. We have been hungry. We've had e- he's been off the job after job you know that he's supposed to stop the following week. The gets cancelled the Friday before officer. One hundred twenty five thousand dollars like Jack. We have been harmless to the point that a putz phrase we had wholesome like it was hosting. It was horrible. I will never ever recommend hacktivism to anyone. If you WANNA make a point if you want to change the world in Juneau put yourself at risk because at the end of the day what if you go trying to rectify as not going to be rectified? All that's GONNA end up. Is it yoga any prison? And they're not criticizing AC pot. You got cheese in prison ten years in prison. That's easy pop. Because for the rest of your life you agree to be turned down for employment. People are going to be scared that you're gonNA hack and it's going to ruin so many aspects of your life and I I I cannot tell you struggle even after eight years hacktivism East. Not Worth exploring another outlet. Find a better way to do some because the only big you're GonNa Change is the fact that you will the rest of your life and Kylie are still together today after eight years of marriage or six years. I WanNa see it in that time. They've had two kids together. And despite all the separations and reunions and struggles doing pretty good now a big. Thank you to our guests. This episode Hedge Kylie. I didn't know I was getting into a love story when I started this. But here it is happily ever after all that the show was created by me kid. Nineteen Jack reciter. Miss Episode was produced by the resilience. Jake mortga sound design by the fine tuned. Andhra meriwether and editing help from the sparkling Damian a theme music is by the writing brake master cylinder and even though when I show my password to other people say it's very strong. I still sometimes get hacked. This is darkness dyers..

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"jack reciter" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

10:18 min | 7 months ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Grumpy old geeks a weekly talk show hosted by Brian Shulami Stern Jason Phillip. Discussing the finer points of what went wrong on the Internet. And WHO's to blame? Welcome to grumpy GEEKS AND JASON TO FILIPO. I think and I'm Brian Shaw Meister and I don't know what day it is or what year it is anything anymore. Time has no meaning yellow. It'll just like the old days when we work from home. Yeah well except from the old days time had meaning for everyone else. We just kind of struggled to figure it out now. Time has meaning for no one. That's true except for you stupid states. That are still just going about business as usual. Thanks a lot for that fuckers. Thanks thanks Bros. Yeah So yeah the goalposts. Keep getting move. Don't they because of these sorts of things But you know what it's it's management skills WANNA one? I'm not surprised by this. If you've got to get bad news. You try to mitigate it you don't tell people you're going to be endorsed for three months you say two weeks and then when you're getting near the end of that two weeks ago another do weeks and another two weeks ago by the way another another two weeks. So yeah that's That's kind of what's going on here. You know schools of officially said that they're not reopening at all this year. Our mayor here in Los Angeles said we're looking at two months probably three From now and I've already done more than a month as you have so. That's a quarter of the year gone. Yeah how are you passing the time Brian? Well you know. I have a kid walking dead at this point I did do to virtual happy hours this weekend because I finally decided I should do it. I have some thoughts about these The first one I did was With a friend of the show Mike and a bunch of his buddies from from his local. So there's like fourteen people on it I found myself not really enjoying that one because there were too many people. Okay and it's all it was all over the map and I didn't know a lot of them leave probably new three to four them really so The second one I did was Just a couple of close friends. My Buddy Greg from Australia friend of the show. Gamsby and one of their close friends that one was far more enjoyable so I highly recommend keeping your virtual happy hours two very small groups that seemed to be a much better experience. I was thinking about that. Because we're talking. We're still trying to figure out what platform to use for the one that we were going to do. And I'm thinking man. Do we really need fifty people in a room because that's just sounds like a nightmares. Just cacophony I we might as well just do a live show then. Yeah I mean it's just live show where everybody has a microphone and it's like yeah well you know. We can mute them. We'll have God status. Of course we'd better seven check in different ones out. What was on the east of US Blue Jeans? I did one on blue jeans and I did one on zoom with a password as we're not stupid. Yeah I found one yesterday. Jack reciter from dark net. Diaries through this went out called Gypsy. It's an open source platform. They have have a website where you can just go and start a start a room and invite people in which is nice. Because I'm not about to spin up my own server gesture that look if we're going to do anything we're gonNA build a gopher site. We HAVE PRIORITIES. Exactly exactly so Yeah we're still checking that out so yeah it might just be a thing where like me. A couple of our friends do it. And then just open it up for spectators if they want to come in and they can. I think that that might be a good way to do it now. Just a couple of US chatting and you know some some of our friends of the shows and if people wanna come in and listen and me they can type some stuff out us or something like that. I think that that might be the way to do it. We're not in any rush. We've got plenty of time. Yeah true so I don't know about how your social circles due and I lost three people so far in our household so sorry man I actually have not lost anyone yet so I I do want to. I'm I'm really sorry to hear that. I WANNA give a shout out to my sister in law. My sister-in-law is a As a respiratory Tech Oh man. Oh yes and she just got called to the front lines She was she's been. She's officially working in the cove. Nineteen wards hospitals in Toronto. Now so man. We're a little worried for her. Obviously obviously no yeah so to The WE'VE had a couple people on our twitter that are doubting there's still doubting thomases about this to fuck yourself yourself. Sorry yeah now it's It's been fairly somber this week around here so yeah. I'm really sorry to hear that man. Yeah thanks it sucks it. Definitely sucks. Ended is fucking real so everybody thinks it's not fire and yesterday. I actually had to leave the house for the first time in a couple of weeks. I had to take my car over the Ford dealer because why because I've had the car for fourteen months and I've only driven at twenty three hundred miles but it was saying. Didn't you need to get an oil change now and I was having a hard time starting it and I'm like okay. You know what? There's not going to be anybody there. I can just go and drop it off. And then they'll do the thing and pick it up and I posted on twitter the other day about. Hey everybody remembered. Go Out and start your car every now and again so. The battery doesn't die. Not because mind like when I if I had to just go in and drive it around tell that it was going down and sure enough. I pull it into I pulled into the Ford dealership I you know we do the eight feet apart type of thing. And I don't get oil change Blah Blah Blah and. It wouldn't start to go here at least at the right place for that. It was totally dead so I found this one over at ars Technica. I was only saying you know. Take a couple minutes but you basically want to do it for about twenty minutes a week. Just drive around the neighborhood juice it up. Get the alternator spun up and get the juices flow and you want to get the oil and transmission fluid and all that stuff really moving around so there say about twenty minutes. There's some other tips into that. Pretty good that'll be linked in the show notes. Yeah what I've done is You know obviously I live right here by the beach and and basically on the weekends we go and drive up Malibu and back just for shits and giggles over sanity car running for Sanity Sanity. Run on other thing. I've been doing to pass the time as I am taking comedy business. School by Scott Dickers- the founder of the onion. It's pretty fun. It's pretty fun so far. There's not a Lotta Lotta yuks in it. It's basically teaching people were kind of personality. You need to have to make it in comedy and tips on that and depressive Monroe Savannah no more about how on the professional side and it's actually a really good primer for anybody that wants to break into entertainment period. It's I just noticed that all the tips is giving you know things just from working so closely with the movie business for so many years. It's like it's it's a really good for that. It's like how to be a douchebag probably at work and not be you know needy and always ask for things like always give value instead of asking for it because people remember that kind of thing that kind of tips. But I'm only I'm only halfway through it so far so I'm guessing I'm getting to the other part but His his How to write funny? Podcast is really good too. If you WANNA get some really solid tips on how to write comedy he's got some. You know basically great formulas on how to write jokes. That are you know you're not sitting around laughing it up but you actually use the scientific method almost to write comedy. It's really really interesting. Stuff very cool very cool. Well hope you get funnier? I told him that if I can get ten percent for this show the problem. Is We do this at eight in the morning. I'm not feel is hard to be funny. That's early in the morning. Do Right now. It's probably better than the evenings though because I find that As as I see more and more news as the day goes on I get less and less happy. We gotta find maybe nude. I'm thinking about noon. Leeann light lunch light lunch bloody Mary. So I don't know if you've noticed but I I'm still following the music industry a lot and there were a bunch of albums that were scheduled to be pushed outs. In this time period and All of them are being pushed back. You'd think that this would be a great time to release music. New Music People at home need people need to be entertained. Thanks streaming media. The reason that these albums aren't being released is. There's no point in putting out an album if you don't have a tour to follow it because that's the only way musicians make money. Now you can tell me all the stats. You want about the big payments that spotify in Bandra and other streaming media are giving the artists. Now they don't mean shit yet. This is exactly why no album is being released. There's no point in it whatsoever. The only point of an album release anymore is to promote your tour in. There are no tours. So we're getting no albums. Thanks and speaking of that. I was thinking about this last night because as you know I I missed my sports ball. And most media companies almost every media company in the world right now is giving limited or full access to their content in this time and yeah of course it's a brazen hope that you're going to get hooked on it and subscribe to them later Sirius. Xm is open everything up for free for a month. Whoa when Disney gives things away for free you know. Shit's Real Disney is giving shit away for Free Right now sports not the MLB the NHL The NFL the NBA. None of them have opened up their archives in their APPs like every other media company has get the fuck on the ball ball players. I wonder if it has to do with contracts with they own everything I guess the end of the day they own everything they are the arbiters of the balls. They have so come on. I mean I happily go back and watch the astros cheat against the dodgers in the world series if I had access to the Melby right now just to just to say the cheater cheater in the news..

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"jack reciter" Discussed on Malicious Life

Malicious Life

02:31 min | 8 months ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on Malicious Life

"MOZELL. That sounds like a good place to start the story. Mozell is an ancient city in Iraq. Like we're talking. People have lived there in the area of Mosel since like two thousand B C. It's right next to the Tigris river and it's grown to a population of cheese over a million and a half people it's Iraq's second largest city on June tenth two thousand fourteen. A new chapter in Muslim history was written a group of armed fighters basically an army just rated the place. Isis infiltrated Moselle. They shot it up. Set stuff on fire and they were targeting all Iraqi police and military and security in just a few days. They took over the whole city of Mozell. The whole city of a million people people began fleeing the city in huge droves hundreds of thousands of people left or or kill. Mozell was now under control of Isis the Islamic state in extremist group. A group that the US believes is made up of violent jihadist terrorists that same month isis declared a caliphate and Mozell Isis which stands for the Islamic state in Iraq and Syria says now it will simply be known as the Islamic state and declared all areas. It's overtaken Syria and Iraq to be a caliphate or Islamic state a significant move as far as I understand declaring caliphate means that they are establishing that the city of Mozell is the Islamic state. Like it's sort of their own nation. It's a place to go live and practice their beliefs. Anyone who's affiliated with Isis can come live there an isis had their own police patrolling the city their own soldiers defending in their own leadership and everything. This was a huge victory for the terrorists to take over the second largest city in Iraq and kill thousands of their enemies. This is what put Isis on the map. This is why the era common household name here in the US because since they took over mozell their number sword and their attacks rained on the world. These are true stories from the dark side of the Internet. And I'm Jack reciter. This is darkness..

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"jack reciter" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"A quick warning right here at the beginning this episode does contain some swear words and some bad language. If that's an issue for you well maybe skipped us one fates Jack hosted the show one of the reasons I like making this show is to smash the stereotype of what a hacker looks like in. Today's guest definitely does that. I don't know I'm trying to food. Understand get a picture of your here. You're almost like You almost look like eminem not quite but you know. What do you call it? What would you characterize yourself actually used to take a lot of pride in the fact that I don't like the average actor I guess what you what most people would say. I was was doomed. The term wigger. Yeah W. H. I. G. G. R. White Guys that dressed like black guys. Listen to rap music and stuff like that but first time in prison and up until that point I guess that's technically what most people would see me as like were baggy clothes. Saggy pants backwards hat and everything like that got tattoos. Pain is both from a job rule song on the back of my head. I got The laugh now and cry later. Faces these tattoos. He got while in prison. So am I right by set by put Over tribal looking space that Saddam was smiling. It said laugh now and then on my left side I had a face that was crying and it said cry later. Federal prison in federal prison. We all have prison numbers. And the last three digits of your numbers show where you were arrested and my number was three eight one. Four one dash zero eight three zero eight threes eastern district of Virginia P-. This is Dougie and his story. Perplexes me because of Stuffy says like October Eighteenth. Two thousand a team. I was paid a hundred and sixty thousand dollars in that one day. So what did he do to make a hundred and sixty thousand dollars in one day well? He's a hacker these true stories from the dark side of the Internet. I'm Jack reciter. This is dark. Diaries.

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"jack reciter" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Hey before we get started check out the episode right before this one it's called shadow brokers it kind of sets you up for this one this this is the story of not pet young and it took place in the spring of two thousand seventeen there was some tension between the US and russia during that time donald trump was president of the US and it's widely no no the russians use the internet to meddle with the election i mean the FBI has indicted twelve hackers who are working with the russian government that allegedly hacked the DNC and clinton's email servers vers- which had a critical role in two thousand sixteen election the relationship between trump and putin is weird and mysterious a ton of allegation there floating around that a lot of backchannel support is given to trump from russia but what is clear is that russia likes to quarrel with ukraine they've been fighting over things for a long time but in the last eight years things have really heated up russia decided to take a territory of land from ukraine called crimea and besides that russia has been deploying troops into ukraine pretty much which occupying the area like stuff going on in the dunbar region it's just crazy this made tensions between russia and ukraine even more elevated and now for like the last six years russian troops are still occupying places of ukraine this was the most blatant land grab in europe since world war two and it all happened in the last half decade but taking over a large region of ukraine and occupying them troops was not the extent of what russia did ukraine they're so much more terrifying and scariest stuff that russia has done to ukraine lean over the internet in fact in this rare case i'll even go so far as to say this is a cyber war these true stories from the dark side of the internet i'm jack reciter this is dark diaries.

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"jack reciter" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

05:03 min | 11 months ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Sometimes you read the news and the story sticks with you forever. One such news story I saw was some security news. I heard an all always remember Britt was when I first saw a presentation about the. Nsa A. N. T. Cadillac. Have you seen this. It's mind-bending okay. Here's what happened. Someone with access to documents took the A. N. T. Catalog and gave it to journalist at their Spiegel and then they published it at first we thought it was Snowden who leaked documents. But we're not sure if it was him or second leaker. I asked Snowden on twitter if it was him but he didn't respond. So what's NSA's antique catalog ant stands for advanced network technology and in this catalogue or list of hacks exploits and cyber surveillance devices that the NSA can use for certain missions if you work at the NSA and you need an exploit you look through the catalog and the request to get one of these devices or pieces of software and when you look through it it looks like the work of science fiction but these are all real devices. Let me point out a few to you. NSA has created a device vice code-named cotton mouse. It looks like a typical USB plugs. One you'd see on a mouse or keyboard but it's actually capturing all the data going through it and wisely transmitting transmitting data. It listens for mouse clicks keyboard strokes or any other data going through it now. The receiver has to be close by. I don't know twenty feet. Maybe with a strong antenna and nothing in the way could transmit much further so someone can be listening. Maybe in the room next door to everything that you're USB connector is seeing. This is some next level technology that the NSA developed in two thousand eight which still isn't even available commercially today and the catalog even list the price for this the twenty thousand dollars per USB implant. Jeez that's why the NSA antique catalog has loads of other hacks and implants there's dropout jeep which is a piece of software that if you can get it onto an iphone it'll give you all the text messages contacts voicemail hot mic or open the video camera and get a Geo location of that phone. There's fire walk which is a pretty amazing network sniffer and there's jet plow which is a firmware that gives the NSA back door access to a CISCO FIREWALL ERA wall. Then there's DVD bounce which has implant that goes onto a Dell server which can get them back door access to that. One of my favorites is called rage. Master this is is a little device that taps into any VGA port. This is the connector that goes from your computer to your monitor and with this can wear isley transmit everything that VGA connector sees essentially cloning that monitor to be seen by someone else at a distance. So let's imagine how these hacks might take place the. NSA might intercept a a cisco firewall being delivered somewhere. And they'll open the box carefully. Put their firmware on it and then sealed box backup and this will give them permanent back door or access into that firewall whenever they want or if they know their target is going to stay at a hotel room next door to their target break into their targets room install cotton mouth or rage master. And then listen in the other room for the wireless signal to see everything. That person was typing and seeing even if that person wasn't connect to the wireless or any network at all this is possible in. It's insanely impressive. And yes fifty items in this catalogue or leaked to the public in two thousand thirteen but we only saw descriptions of these devices. No actual devices were seen now upon closer inspection. We see that these items uh-huh were intended to be used by T. A. O.. T. A. O.. Stands for tailored access operations Tau and it's a unit within an essay that has a primary very objective to gather intelligence on computer systems. The people within Tau have access to the most sophisticated hacking tools ever created. They have the budget and ability to spend years on research and development to make insane tools and then use them whenever they need Tau is. NSA's elite hacking force and they've actually actually changed their name to computer network operations now but for this story. I'm GonNa just keep calling them. Tau no-win security companies research hacking campaigns. They can't tell for sure who we did it. So they give hackers a unique codename. Fancy bear is what's given to the Russian. Hackers charming kitten is given to Iran and so out but security companies have investigated gated certain malware. That's come from the NSA so hacking name was given to the NSA. The name they were given is the equation Group Rube and it's believed that whoever's doing work for the Equation Group is specifically Tau within the. Nsa Uh these true stories from the dark side of the Internet. I'm Jack reciter. This is Dr. Diaries.

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"jack reciter" Discussed on Hackable?

Hackable?

15:42 min | 1 year ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on Hackable?

"Casts hosted by the Super Talented Jack reciter and the episode we really wanted to play for you one we heard a couple of weeks ago on the show called Project Raven it is a super move but it's the pace is significantly faster so so instead of going through you know a twelve week course to learn how how how it all sort of so you go to that spot in the back of the application layer and then you move back down to sort of exploitation layer and and you know the off they go they packed up everything they needed said by the family and moved the UAE which is right in the Middle East and the name of the hacking unit was assigned for the first thirty days to sixty you're actually living in a hotel well I mean it's it was just I mean there are so many red flags when you first get over there you should not yourself I shouldn't be doing this who what were some of them Well fact that you have two different folders that explain different information that should be one of them like this is what we've told you're going to be doing in this is where you're actually going we doing when a new person would show up at project raven they would get to back to back meetings I was the purple meeting in this purple meaning given a folder with information and it says you're here strictly to carry out defensive measures within the cybersecurity discipline such as deploying firewalls intrusion action systems and other defensive measures but as soon as that purple meeting was over new employees were told that's just a front it's a cover story you can tell your family or anyone who pushes you to ask what you're doing then immediately you're given the black meeting with a new folder breath and this black meeting you're told a very different story here you're told you're going to be helping NISSA conduct offensive cyber operations this meeting further explain that Nissan was the secret part of the UAE government which is similar to the NSA and that you're going to be helping them conduct chronic exploitation and collect information from specific targets. Yeah for you and me seeing these two back to back meetings like this would be red flag for sure but for someone who's used to a lot of secrets coming out of the military in the NSA this is actually sort of common thing to experience cover confronts for what your actual official duties are yeah that happens so it wasn't an immediate flag David so the location we work out of was Salihi Avila a converted villa so our spouses were not relieving supposed to know whether below was at even ridiculous could some people spouses off so let's talk about this villa he worked out I saw a floor plan to this let me describe it it was a big mansion and it was just converted into like an office banks that these contractors work out I think that was there to sort of blend in hide out I mean a mansion is typically private and secluded and quiet it's a great place setup spy agency this villa is where project raven was to take place the villa was two stories in it consisted of a server room a management office conference room room and operation center data processing room a couple of kitchens and some security guards hanging now dozens of people either worked there were had business there and would come and go I'm guessing around thirty people worked in this villa and the operation would go down like death I and order a mission was related to the management office and managers would then work with those in the targeting room to probably identify targets then the team who worked in infrastructure room would get busy they would use fake identities and Bitcoin to a non missile rent server space around the world and this is a precaution that in case the target figures out there being spied on and they try to track it down it doesn't come all the way back to this villa doc there's this anonymous trackable gap then the targeting team would get to work scouring the targets social media and trying to learn as much as they can about the target to strategize on a way to get into the victims computers and phones once they knew a method of attacking the target team would figure out what attacks us or create an expert it from scratch the target.

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"jack reciter" Discussed on Hackable?

Hackable?

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on Hackable?

"Hello Jeff here and this week while we're hard at work on the very next episode of Haka Bowl we thought shavings up a bit and play for you an episode of one of our favorite podcasts dark net diaries and if you like Hackel Bowl and you don't already listen to darkness diaries I am positive that you're gonNa love it just as much as I do it is a fascinating story about an ex NSA agent goes to work for a super secret hacking group and it looks at how someone becomes a cyber mercenary and just what happens if you push them mercenary let me look this up okay there are two main definitions one is a soldier hired to do work for another army and the second is a person who works purely because as of monetary gains I'm GONNA guess that they don't have allegiance other than whoever's paying them their hirelings the get paid to do a job and to get it done and they're not supposed to ask why mercenaries are people and people are complex or filled with emotions and they actually do have allegiance even if they're into forget about that and if you pay a mercenary to do something that goes over their moral line they've got internally conflict happens everything falls apart these are true stories from the dark side of the Internet I'm Jack Reciter this is dark net diaries.

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"jack reciter" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"It's naive to think that nations aren't spying on each other like deploying secret agents in each other's countries but in the modern times we live in when nations rely so heavily on computers to store communications and data spying is now done online governments trained people to become become elite hackers to break into networks of other countries and snoop on their emails and databases you see in cyberspace. The rules are unclear on what one nation you can do to another the geographical boundaries are unseen new tax go undetected and even if you see an attack. It's almost impossible to know who did it. nation-states Asian states cyber-attacks intent on spying are covert and silent the more they use can be sitting inside the network of targeted industries and organizations for years before they're found out and that's if there ever found at all in that time collecting data spying on their targets before quietly leaving with their surveillance gear intact or at least that's what's supposed to happen Um. This is the story about one of the most advanced malware tool kits ever found in how one country used it to break into a global telecom provider. It's a story that attackers didn't ever want you to know about this attack and the malware and mission and required a ton of resources to carry out resources that only a nation state could provide such as a team of extremely talented hackers access to exploit that no one else had and the motivation to infiltrate a company to steal secret information. This is the story of Operation Socialist These are true stories from the dark side of the Internet I'm Jack reciter. This is dark net diaries.

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"jack reciter" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on podnews

"Spotify has added sleep timers to its Android app. They've been present on for some time in other news daily drive feature. A mix of news music feel commute will have little radio like jingles to here is one of the generic ones. And now time for the news. And if you live in LA, Donna, San Francisco, Philadelphia, or this place you get your own more customized ones. Welcome to your daily drive, a mix of music, and Chicago's latest news. Thank you to my Spotify ideas for spotting those lips in plans to launch a new advertising platform created specifically for podcasters and is looking to expand its business outside the US according to their quarterly investor phone call. If only we knew of a newsletter and podcast enjoyed by so many podcasters overseas that they could help support in possibly related news. Lipson say they'll be a special app, only episode of their, the feed podcast tomorrow with an exciting announcement, and at least two people called rope in it a free service, which apparently uses machine learning feed podcast transcribe with an MP, three file, and it'll transcribe it for you within ten minutes for free. We fed. At a previous episode of this podcast, and it took less than a minute to transcribe it pretty well. And I'll Paul cost features an aloof British accent, which can throw automated voice to text software, particularly if we pronounce the word aluminium correctly. It's a Monday, so opinion and analysis is here. Respected analysts Andriessen Horovitz has written a long and useful paper about investing in podcasting in two thousand nineteen of note, they say that podcasts monetize it just a cent per listener, our which is ten times less than radio, Jack reciter also writes about venture capital, funding and acquisitions in podcast land helpfully pulling together all of the activity in this space. Miranda Sawyer from the guardian notes rather exasperatingly the differences between radio and podcasting. And how weekly podcast review, she says I sometimes wonder what BBC audio produces a thinking when they make big shows. They must listen to the same great. Podcast as we do. She says company here are the best ones cut out all the extraneous chatter. Stop explaining stop setting up stop patronizing us Janine Percival right from simple cast rights. Why your podcast needs a trademark and how to podcast some music work together? A write up of a panel at music, allies sandbox summit conference in New York. We linked to that today from our episode notes and our newsletter in new podcasts. We talk about inside Star Wars from wondering, which launches on Wednesday and a very fatal murder his back from the Unan and get a great review in the

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Inside Star Wars launches this Week

podnews

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Inside Star Wars launches this Week

"Spotify has added sleep timers to its Android app. They've been present on for some time in other news daily drive feature. A mix of news music feel commute will have little radio like jingles to here is one of the generic ones. And now time for the news. And if you live in LA, Donna, San Francisco, Philadelphia, or this place you get your own more customized ones. Welcome to your daily drive, a mix of music, and Chicago's latest news. Thank you to my Spotify ideas for spotting those lips in plans to launch a new advertising platform created specifically for podcasters and is looking to expand its business outside the US according to their quarterly investor phone call. If only we knew of a newsletter and podcast enjoyed by so many podcasters overseas that they could help support in possibly related news. Lipson say they'll be a special app, only episode of their, the feed podcast tomorrow with an exciting announcement, and at least two people called rope in it a free service, which apparently uses machine learning feed podcast transcribe with an MP, three file, and it'll transcribe it for you within ten minutes for free. We fed. At a previous episode of this podcast, and it took less than a minute to transcribe it pretty well. And I'll Paul cost features an aloof British accent, which can throw automated voice to text software, particularly if we pronounce the word aluminium correctly. It's a Monday, so opinion and analysis is here. Respected analysts Andriessen Horovitz has written a long and useful paper about investing in podcasting in two thousand nineteen of note, they say that podcasts monetize it just a cent per listener, our which is ten times less than radio, Jack reciter also writes about venture capital, funding and acquisitions in podcast land helpfully pulling together all of the activity in this space. Miranda Sawyer from the guardian notes rather exasperatingly the differences between radio and podcasting. And how weekly podcast review, she says I sometimes wonder what BBC audio produces a thinking when they make big shows. They must listen to the same great. Podcast as we do. She says company here are the best ones cut out all the extraneous chatter. Stop explaining stop setting up stop patronizing us Janine Percival right from simple cast rights. Why your podcast needs a trademark and how to podcast some music work together? A write up of a panel at music, allies sandbox summit conference in New York. We linked to that today from our episode notes and our newsletter in new podcasts. We talk about inside Star Wars from wondering, which launches on Wednesday and a very fatal murder his back from the Unan and get a great review in the

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"jack reciter" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Podcast listeners usually find out about a new podcast in one of two ways. Either a friend recommends that podcast to them or the apple podcast charts. Rank that new podcast highly. The apple podcast charts are created using an algorithm that is not known to the public many people believe that the chart ranking of a podcast is based on the number of podcast subscribers or the number of podcast downloads or the reviews that are written about the podcast on itunes. Jack reciter is the host of dark net. Diaries, a podcast about the dark and strange elements of the internet dark net. Diaries is told in high quality narrative audio format Jack is a security engineer with a deep understanding of technology, and he's been blogging for a long time. So he's the perfect person to put together a podcast like the dark net diaries, which is phenomenal. And I cannot encourage enough for listeners of the show to check it out. As Jack has built a following with his podcast. He has spent more time looking at the I tunes podcast charts. He has seen the rank of dark net diaries increase. But he's seen the rank of other podcasts increase much faster. Some of these podcasts have low quality content. The audio quality's poor the host is unprepared. These are the kinds of podcasts that you would listen to once, but you would never subscribed to and yet numerous podcasts with low-quality were somehow able to game the rankings and make it to the top of the charts in episode twenty seven of dark net. Diaries, Jack investigated, the phenomenon of fraudulent podcast chart manipulation. This was one of my favorite podcast episodes ever. And this is coming from someone who has listened to a lot of podcasts. The investigation went to several unexpected places, but Jack did eventually solve the riddle of how low. Oh, quality podcasts climbed the I tunes charts. Jack joins software engineering daily to talk about the fraudulent world of podcast ratings, and the broader implications of the fake internet. Today's episode is a simple example of how easily internet platforms can be gamed for a deeper wider dive into the fake internet..

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"jack reciter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Podcast i've been listening to us become one of my favorites the host jack reciter thanks for coming onto camel ex hi thanks very much thank you for having me on it's an interesting concept dark darkness diaries where you look at some of the back stories of people that have done either hacking or or different things through the internet in your most recent one episode seventeen that came out just a few weeks ago was named finn i was interested in this one because it's a story of a high school kid who out of boredom or out of just seeing if he can do it had the challenge of trying to see how hard it would be to infiltrate his high school website or some of their social media accounts or even just the network itself and he was kinda surprised to find out there was very little security on the high school side and exploited it you find himself exploiting too much in then got himself down a pretty dark hole i wanted to talk to you a little bit about that because we're you surprised to find out that highschools have a pretty weak security standard when it comes to their websites in their networks no i think i think schools are kinda underfunded all around and so it's kind of expected that they'd have a week security walls and such to keep you know protect their their students information the teachers information that kind of thing but the thing that the thing that i think isn't talked about so much in the security community so much is when these young kids stu hacks and you kind of picture the hacker if you will as a dark hoodie and dark room doing their hag with multiple screens in this case fin actually hacked into his principles twitter account while sitting in fourth period in literature class on a tablet fifty dollars tablet and he was able to circumvent all the security checks and get into it all within literature class and that's what makes us story really really interesting to me is just the setting of it all and really wasn't that difficult for him and he was probably very surprised how easy it was to get access to everything he was looking for including was sounded like a lot of the private files of the principle which should have been much more secure yeah he was able to access social security numbers addresses of students addresses parents phone numbers of parents teachers information and he he was really bored and i think just frustrated with thority and school and everything and it was able to use the principles twitter account to post all this information publicly yeah schools are probably not the only type of industry or i only want to say business but in any type of network that has security issues there's probably a lot of security measures out there that are ignored by a lot of major areas that have not been discovered yet yeah there are i think another thing that was interesting here is that the students have email addresses and their passwords where there where the is like a four digit code that you get your lunch with and so this was also known to all the to the principle of you know what what is all the students lunch number because that's the same password as your email address so this kind of stuff was just stored also and yeah some of this stuff is just you know the school didn't follow best practices some of it i actually talked to some of the it there and they said that there was just some legacy stuff that was leftover from before there was wifi on the school so when you this student packed in through the public students public wifi and so you know some of these security checks where there before that public wifi was up and so they didn't think to go back and redo all their security after they gave the students wifi access jack recenter joins us here on campbell apps the podcast is dark net diaries true stories from the dark side of the internet why do you have an interest in the dark side of the internet i've had a deep background of security i got a bachelor's degree in computer engineering and for the last decade i've been doing infosec stuff look specifically looking for threats in the network and trying to detect them in stock them so so to me it's near and dear thing but i think i think the security stuff.

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"jack reciter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"A link to everything on their jack reciter thank you for coming on explaining this i have a huge fascination and this i really enjoy it you're doing a great job thanks for coming onto overnight america thanks for having me it is really a good podcast i am a podcast fan he joins us on the quiver river electric gas line actually we did that via skype which was kinda neat cybersecurity is a crazy deal was speaking to a friend i wouldn't say a close friend really just what i met by he works at a giant company in town i won't say which one but just giant company in the security they go through to make sure that they're most sensitive materials are separate from anything that's hooked up to the internet they have to go through some pretty extreme lights china is actively actively hacking into so many different companies and they do it for a couple of different reasons they could do it to try to steal technology proprietary information they may do it as a way to learn some things that haven't gone to market yet tried to give them an advantage on their own technology they may do it for other reasons too sometimes if there's a company that is thinking about purchasing another company may be a big acquisition or merger and they wanna get research onto that company they want to know where they stand they wanna know what kind of projects they have in the works they wanna know if this'll be a good investment for them they want to know if it's gonna pay off what they're doing is trying to take out as many variables as possible and these hackers can get into these nooks and crannies into a system before you even know it they'll they'll be there for years and eventually they'll be found out and then one day they'll just be gone they got everything they needed in some of these major retail hacks they'll get onto these systems that process credit cards incentive formation back and.

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"jack reciter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Don't know fifteen years doing this as fulltime job so long time fifteen years is podcast dark net diaries jack reciter joins us here on overnight america how do you think the government handles hacking in general do you think that most politicians understand it or do you think the laws are little misplaced yes so going back to that finn story that was it was a fourteen year old kid who who hacked his principles twitter account and he was the first person to ever be tried for hacking in his county and the judge had never seen a hacking case before and so yeah we've had computers for over two decades now three decades more but still the the law isn't so clear on on exactly what to do there there are some laws in place but their antiquated in their kind of guidelines unless of laws and it's it's really i think it's going to take us maybe maybe another generation before we we know how to use this power in a in a very positive way and not really just flying by the seat of our pants it almost seems like certain ways because you know our our schools sometimes aren't prepared for kids who are smarter than the teachers when it comes to computers and our courts just aren't prepared for handling some of these cases either jack reciter his podcast is called dark net diaries it's one i've been really getting into he looks at cybersecurity and he also looks at stories of where systems have been hacked or infiltrated in the implications in the fall out because of it we continue our conversation with him coming.

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"jack reciter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"jack reciter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Overnight america we continue in about nine minutes from now we're gonna be joined by jack reciter he's got a podcast called dark net diaries i really enjoy i would say an up and comer podcast it's kind of a small one but i don't know how i got a hold of it or how i found it but i was listening to a few of them and i really liked it so i reached out to many said hey let's talk about your most recent one which is about how poorly secure networks are in schools in he tells the story of one kid by the name of finn who was able to get into his schools computer network in all the trouble that cost him legally all the trouble that caused in just really how insecure a lot of these old networks are in his mom you know i heard this clip let me play this this is his mom how do you as a parent in this time monitoring your kids yeah there's things out there circle that that you could put on different devices to try to monitor and look at those things but what if you have a kid like mine that is not enough to get past that then what do you do how do you as a parent monitor that because you didn't grow up in that eight yeah what do you do when your kids more proficient in computers than you and you can't stop him you can't get around monitoring that kid i mean so we're gonna talk to jack reciter about that coming up in about nine minutes here on chemo x there's another story i wanted to talk about this is kind of a fascinating one too i found this on fox eight this is in ohio and there's a bill that would require teachers to report children who may be transgender so the gop bill introduced in the ohio house would require teachers to report to parents and guardians if a child show signs that they may be transgender so this is how the bill is put out legislation was introduced by representative tom brinkman in may and he said parents have a fundamental right to decide what is best for their children it's interesting this is coming out of ohio you don't normally think of ohio as the most republican state but they are i mean a highly populated state they're always that swing state that politicians spend a lot of time in cincinnati they got cleveland they got columbus three major cities and then you have some more minor cities like toledo in dayton and akron in there so there are a ton of people in a lot of people from the outside looking in now lived in ohio for a long time there are a lot of republican parts because there's a lot of farmers you know an outside of even some of those big metro metropolitan areas there's a lot of people that are red and when i lived there you start to see some this like in the regional jim jordan was representative and he's now kind of a high profile member in congress he was just elected when i was living there in relatively unknown we used to see him all.

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