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This Week In Google
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on This Week In Google
"One zero zero zero 6 and a certain busty picture. That just says hi. Yeah. On my web. Interface. I don't even get that. I just get high. So on a web interface, I report it because I want to be a good citizen to Twitter. To try to report it on the mobile interface, my God, they want you to hire lawyers and start a trial. It's ridiculous. I'm impressed that you're reported. Honestly, if I get this call a lot on the radio show, somebody asked me this weekend. Should I report this? And I said, there's no point. That phone number will never be used again. You can't block that phone number. That phone number is not real. Reporting it does nothing. Why did I do a DM? Yeah, I guess on Twitter. Twitter because you're going to get the account taken down. But that makes sense. Those are always spoofs. I do worry though. One of the problems with being a police officer is you see the worst of humanity and pretty much colors your perception of the world. Has that happened to you? Yeah. I mean, I have my entire career has been dealing with people. Cause harm. How did you how did you start on this? I'm eager for that kind of. Yeah. So I started in the 80s when my Santa Claus brought me a Commodore 64. When I was believed I was 7 or 8 years old and a 300 baud modem. And so I did a lot of stuff as a kid and teenager that for which the statute of limitations has run out. You're happy to say, I might add. Yeah. And then, but I was fortunate, I went to a nice group of Sacramento, the Midwest of California, which means I can both key and duck hunt. That's how you can tell. A nice public high school in Sacramento was able to go to Cal. Did electrical engineering studied under Dave Patterson kind of famous guy who did some incredible work and then was able to get a career doing legit stuff. So I had the economic opportunities and the educational opportunities that if I was growing up in Poland or in ex Soviet state at the same time would not have had. You'd be in a ransomware gang. I'd be wearing Adidas track suits. I see that so much. And maybe it's your generation, maybe the younger generation won't be like this, but I think if people like Kevin mitnick, who took a career as a hacker and made a career as a security professional, that seems to be the usual career path. Well, it's a fun one because you can go and actually hack stuff all day and they get paid not to jail. You can go home at night and have a family and real life and not live. That lives day to day thinking again. What is it that attracts though your mind to that? Penetrating systems. I mean, it's just fun to break things, right? It's fun to I like doing security both attack and defense. I really enjoy doing instant response when it's not my incident. I really enjoy it as a consultant. It's less fun when you're a forensics. It's like you're the guy who comes in. There's a murder scene. You got to solve it. Right, yeah, I mean, I bet if you ask cops, they could never say this. Publicly, but privately, I kind of like being a murder detective. It sucks. That somebody died. But they enjoy the work. So fortunately, nobody generally, people aren't dying when we're talking about it. Something bad's happened and you get to investigate and understand and you unlike other forms of engineering, you have an adversary, right? So you build the Golden Gate Bridge. Your adversary is earthquakes and corrosion and wind, right? Non intelligent things. That you figure out how you build the bridge, and you're like, okay, we're done, right? You never build a bridge in security. You're playing chess. And whatever you do, you can't just read a bunch of books and play the perfect chess game. Your opponents always get better. And so I always found that from attacker and defender perspective, it's a lot of fun to be planning against real people. That's how close. The cuckoo's egg. That was what that whole book was about. We talked to Bill cheswick, same thing. He was just an innocent engineer who had to solve a problem built the first honey pot. And that's how you get into it. Yeah, yeah. But I bet because the human mind loves solving problems. These are some of the best, most interesting problems. Because it's a human adversary. Right. We're growing up in classical Rome. You'd have to be a philosopher or solve math or a philosopher or whatever they called scientists. But if you grew up in the latter 20th, early 21st century and you want to pull things apart and figure out how they work, hack into pretty good ways. These days. You're also hacking into the human brain. Yes, right? Yeah. And I've always liked Matt cutts, our friend Matt cod, dealing with the spam, you think he'd be just a growly, nasty, miserable person, and he's the nicest person that I practically know. And how does it affect because your version both the engineering part of it, but also the human part of it and seeing this part of humanity always trying to be a step ahead of you. Is it, does it ever get you down? Yeah. The change I made in my career, so when I joined before I joined Yahoo, I was just pure InfoSec,
This Week In Google
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Traditionally, the best paper on this is by one of my Stanford colleagues as part of her PhD dissertation, Jen pan who explored this whole thing. And it's changing decent amounts since her time since she wrote that because now their ability in English is much improved. And so you've seen that effort for them to invest in not just trolling in a variety of Chinese dialects, but able to troll in English. And so that is going on. But I think we can't really tie the spam to that. I think the spam just demonstrates that Twitter's falling apart. Because what happens is if you have a hashtag, that's a big deal. The spammers flock to that hashtag regardless. It's not politics. It might even be automated, right? It might not even be making decision. And so the fact that we're in day three or four of, if you look up these cities, I was looking at whoopsie just one Chinese city in Chinese characters. It's completely dominated by the spam. You can't see anything legitimate. And so no matter what, there's a breakdown at Twitter and clearly whether or not it's an intentional thing, which again, I can't say it's not, but I also can't say there's evidence that it is. In either way, it demonstrates a real failure there. Things are kind of really coming off. The wheels are coming off with Twitter because they don't have people who can have basic control over this kind of stuff. I want to dominate this interview. So I want to encourage and Jeff to get in. This is not triangulation. This is a panel conversation. Go ahead. But like I said, we could do 18 hours with my trap here. There's no bathroom, Alex. I do worry though. One of the problems with being a police officer is you see the worst of humanity and pretty much colors your perception of the world. Has that happened to you? Yeah. I mean, I have my entire career has been dealing with people. Cause harm. How did you start on this? I'm eager for that kind of so I started in the 80s when my Santa Claus brought me a Commodore 64 when I was 7 or 8 years old and a 300 baud modem. And so I did a lot of stuff as a kid and teenager that for which the statute of limitations has run out. You're happy to say I might end. Yeah. And then, but I was fortunate, I went to a nice group in Sacramento, the Midwest of California, which means I can both key and duck hunt, right? That's how you can tell. A nice public high school in Sacramento was able to go to Cal. Did electrical engineering studied under Dave Patterson kind of famous guy who did some incredible work and then was able to get a career doing legit stuff. So I had the economic opportunities and the educational opportunities that if I was growing up in Poland or an ex Soviet state at the same time would not have had. You'd be in a ransomware gang. I'd be wearing Adidas track suits. I see that so much. And maybe it's your generation, maybe the younger generation won't be like this, but I think that people like Kevin mitnick who took a career as a hacker and made a career as a security professional. That seems to be the usual career path. Well, it's a fun one because you can go and actually hack stuff all day and then get paid not to jail. You can go home tonight and have a family and real life and not live. That lives day to day thinking again. What is it that attracts though your mind to that? Penetrating systems. It's just fun to break things, right? It's fun to I like doing security both attack and defense. I really enjoy doing instant response when it's not my incident. I really enjoy it as a consultant. It's less fun when you're seeing forensics. It's like you're the guy who comes in. There's a murder scene. You got to solve it. Right, yeah, I mean, I bet if you ask cops, they could never say this. Publicly, but privately, I kind of like being a murder detective. It sucks. Yeah. That somebody died. But they enjoy the work. So fortunately, nobody generally, people aren't dying when we're talking about it. Something bad's happened and you get to investigate and understand and unlike other forms of engineering, you have an adversary, right? So you build a Golden Gate Bridge. Your adversary is earthquakes and corrosion and wind, right? Non intelligent things. That you figure out how, and you build the bridge, and then you're like, okay, we're done, right? You never build a bridge in security. You're playing chess. And whatever you do, you can't just read a bunch of books and play the perfect chess game. Your opponents always get better. And so I always found that from attacker and defender perspective. It's a lot of fun to be planning against real people. That's how close. And the cuckoo zig. That was what that whole book was about. We talked to Bill cheswick, same thing. He was just an innocent engineer who had to solve a problem built the first honeypot. And that's how you get into it. Yeah, yeah. But I bet because the human mind loves solving problems. These are some of the best, most interesting problems. Because it's a human adversary. Right, right. We're growing up in classical Rome. You'd have to be a philosopher or solve math or a philosopher or whatever. They called scientists. But if you grew up in the latter 20th or early 21st century and you want to pull things apart and figure out how they work, hack into pretty good ways. These days, but you're also hacking into the human brain. Yes, right? And I've always psychology. Matt cutts our friend Matt cutts dealing with spam. You think he'd be just a growling, nasty, miserable person, and he's the nicest person I practically know. And how does it affect because in both the engineering part of it, but also the human part of it and seeing this part of humanity always trying to be a step ahead of you. Is it does it ever get you down? Yeah. That's the change I made in my career, so when I joined before I joined Yahoo, I was just pure InfoSec, right? So I was a professional hacker. I worked as a consultant.
Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"And I think that the initial, some of the comments that were made, she's basically trying to hone his hacking skills. Was part of the reason for him doing this. He said that the teenager even posted an explicit image on an internal information page meant for employees and put up messages demanding higher pay for drivers. Yeah, doing it for the man. First of all, this is an 18 year old. So he could be prosecuted as an adult. You'd better be careful, yes. I will say that and they're probably will be legal ramifications if he did damage. So as far as being able to do this, this is a really, really poor effort on Uber's part to the fact that this guy was able to do this means they don't have the safeguards in place they should. In theory, that's what audits are for, but I don't know. This says a lot about how they run their company. Right. And which worries me. Yeah. And again, which is my apprehension to get. I was a competitor, right? There's another company, okay? And that would be lift. And I've actually heard Lyft drivers say that the lift corporate that they're better on their drivers. But. I was just going to say, but you know, it's like Uber is just everywhere. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I mean, they have deals, they run a promo every month with American Express where I get the first ride I get like $10 off or something like that. So but here's where I really think, you know, obviously having a technology background, I would always point to companies that just couldn't justify spending the months on a funds on tech. You know, that they just didn't think it was worth it. On the sales team, you weren't making money for the company, right? And I get that. But the alternative is very, very risky in this example. We see that. Right. And so this hearkens back in a lot of ways, Jay, and I don't know if you know who this is. There's a guy by the name of Kevin mitnick. Have you ever heard that name? Kevin mittens. It's sounds familiar, but why it sounds familiar. I do not know. All right. So Kevin mitnick in the 90s and 2000s was kind of an elitist hacker before hacking became cool. There you go. And he later went on to do some ethical hacking, but Kevin mitnick had a famous event where he hacked Motorola. And in that event, he got access to source code for the star tech flip phone, which is essentially like that back then in the 90s was the iPhone of today. It was the coolest, most popular in a lot of ways. It was, it was awesome. And you know how Kevin got access to that information? The same way that this 18 year old got into Uber. He made a couple phone calls to people in the company and convinced them to give him a password. Because he was bob right, bob and engineering down the hall or bob from IT or whatever. Trick someone into thinking that he was someone there.
Game of Crimes
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Well, yeah, come on. You actually got to tap Michael Francis, did you, did you and him go to church afterwards? And did he give you his religious spiel? No, we did need him though down at the Southern California game conference, so we interesting a guy and needless to say very disappointed in him because he's totally reinvented himself. I mean, but isn't that what isn't that what everybody does? Isn't that the whole thing is you can go through and I'm not going to pick on Michael. I'm going to talk about anybody. But you go through your whole life being a shithead, but you go to rehab, you come out of rehab and go, I'm a new guy. Now I want to tell you my story about being a shit hit. And now I want to make a bunch of money on it. It's kind of like, what happened to the good old people who work their ass off all those years and didn't become a shithead and don't get to know their story. Thank you. I said that all the time. You hear about people saying, oh, you know, they want to be patted on the back because they buy their kids formula and diapers and spend the weekends. That's what you're supposed to do. A parent is supposed to take care of their child, period. You shouldn't get an applause for doing that. It's what you're supposed to do. But the same thing with people, supposed to live a good, honest life. It isn't like you said, and all of a sudden, decide to change. And now we're supposed to applaud and build you up. I don't think so. Well, I'm going to take one more divergence and give you a real big story about that because I work with some of the FBI guys in training, but they were a couple of the guys that brought down the first hacker to ever be put on the FBI top ten list, a guy named Kevin mitnick. Now I ended up running to Kevin years later.
DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY
"Make themselves so I want to present. When my daughter told me that, I thought, okay, this is the end of the world for me. I won't be able to live for me personally with like hell I mean I couldn't even get an idea of what would I do there? It was terrible. And how long did they keep you there? Well, I was 8 months in prison. I was released because my lawyer appealed what the side and the relation was in my favor. They didn't find any justification to have me there waiting for the rest of the process. But I was granted the freedom after paid a bail of $10,000. At that point I realized that fuck justice is a fucking lie. So if you have money to pay a bill, you can get out of this house. And if you are pure and don't have access to that, you have to stay in this house, just because you're pure. Fuck justice is a beautiful world, a beautiful concept, but in the world, in the real world, shaft is not succeed. I mean, justice is depends on how much money you have, how much power you are, who you are. Some pure people are unfortunately already sentenced to be in prison just because where they were born, their context. That's very made me open my mind and realize that this fucking world in this fucking system is all a lie and everything that's wrong and I was really open in my eyes and seeing the world in a different way where I was angry with the system with what I thought was something that was working correctly that the society was perfectly working. No, the society is allowing the things that happen involves corruption, abuse of power, so many things that people are not aware of and it's all a big life, what we hear and see all the news that what really goes on, that's a big lie and for me was like, okay, from now on, I won't believe anything. That was a great learning from my experience that I was able to open my mind and realize that they were not what it looks like. And I should do something to change that, I can do something. He said from based on your experience, you know, working on improving the legislation with respect to computer laws in Uruguay. That's correct. That's correct. I contact many people from the Congress. A few of them answer me telling that they were really interested in doing that. Nothing was eventually done. So that was not a successful. So I decided to take another approach because here, all the press knew about my case, but all of the most important journalists I talked to and they all knew my case because unfortunately, I didn't want it, but I became famous. No, I'm not crazy. Not always the world, but basically I was like, wow. Nobody told me it's a criminal. I mean, there are so many heroes. Wow, this guy was able to do this. The government of hiring him, they sent him to prison. That's crazy. That only happens here in this banner republic. It's stupid, but the people that take the decisions and it's still there are ignorant. The lack of any language of competence to do the things that they do, and unfortunately the life of the people is in their hands. When you send somebody to prison, you are basically destroyed the life of a person because that person normally loses his job, his family gets destroyed, that he gets out and he's unable to find any shelf. So the life of a person is basically destroyed completely and that decision is taken by people that are stupid. Ignorant, that's very sad. In my case, those effects were fortunately when it comes to aka. If you go to prison, that's something that gives you value instead of costing receptor in society. I got so many shop offers after bees at the prison. It's like, okay, everybody was interested on having me. That's something unique. It no other crime that I am aware of. Anyone wants to please them for any other kind of situation. They've subject like this. I mean, everybody goes to prison and then they get out and to get in society again and get a decent job. It's hard. It's almost impossible because all the doors are closed. The discrimination is terrible. Yeah. I know this happens a lot. I remember reading Kevin mitnick's autobiography called the ghost in the wires and he said one time they accused him of having launched goods to nuclear arsenal and yeah, basically he was sent to solitary confinement, which means being alone in a room in a cell for 23 hours a day that drives anybody crazy that's proven that cost a trauma irreverent single in any human being that something that is brutal and he was in there because they said that he has the power to use a telephone to launch a nuclear attack. That's not funny, but that's a big exaggeration. Yeah, but that shows how they learn and the people that is learned see the image of a character. They see that we have certain power, but they do not know exactly the scope that if they were going to do this just here. Okay, these guys can do magic and it costs fear for them because they consider dangerous because the same thing happened to pay with me..
This Week in Tech
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"It's really interesting. Of course there are people lots of people were making money through various bug bounty programs or pwned to own, which is a bug bounty program or these companies like Cerrone. But if you've got a really good zero click zero day on an iPhone, and you do this for a living, you know, there's a place you can go and make the most possible money. And that's NSO group, right? Well, that's what made this imperium story so interesting when it first came out. You had a research company that had an Android exploit that was a non click exploit. It you send it and the phone is exploited. This was worth millions, millions upon millions of dollars if they had just sat on it and developed it. But they released it under a bug bounty. They got nothing except publicity. Now, it was a feel good story, but the underground was looking at this going well, that's just stupid. You'll get your 150 K bug bounty and actually no, they took $1337. That was it. And that was it. It was gone. And it turned out to be an anti responsibility campaign because people said, don't be as imperium. Don't be an idiot. Don't sell the $10 million exploit for a thousand. That feel good story was a hairy. So look, hey guys, I'm giving this one away for free that it ended up. And then now everybody knows who did it so you call that guy being yellow mic. What you're doing this weekend. You know, I come to work and you know what I'm saying? That's your credo this is that you can do it, you know, like manigo stacked in quarters on top of the backboards at the basketball courts in Brooklyn. And then they became the legend. So now everybody was after him, prior to that, nobody NBA wanted to, you know, draft him because they didn't go to college. Back then that wasn't a thing, right? So yeah, maybe that's the story. Maybe now they're looking for the guy who did it and trying to bring them in. I feel like there's so much going on that we don't really know about. It's all behind the scenes, mysterious. There's a couple of discords for that. Yeah. Exactly. You've always had a little bit of that black hat thing going on for other Robert. I dipped a tower too. Which is funny because you're a priest. But my peeps. I guess, you know, there's the angel on your shoulder. There's the devil on your shoulder. Dresses in black. Probably wears a black hat sometimes. There's a little professionalism. I actually, I had a very long and civil message chain with a group that actually exploited a network here in the Vatican. And wow, he let me know how they did it. So, I mean, I appreciate it. And that was important because you're the guy who had to fix it. Or talk to the guys who had to fix it. Why did they talk to you? Why did they tell you? Did they decide it probably was imprudent to hack the Vatican? We had met each other a long time ago, and he did not know that that network was connected to me. And so he respected you. Correct? Oh. Robert for years, you've gone to black hat and DEFCON and kind of hobnobbed with his community. See, this is why it's going to conferences. Maybe. Yeah. You just came up with it. No one's going to discuss this over a Zoom call, but they will, if you give them enough tequila, they'll discuss it in a back room somewhere. Interesting. So I think it's important in a way as well because one thing that a lot of the guys who had the skills they went into is they went in to help it out, you know, a law enforcement for a kidnapping cases and things like that. Some girls that are here did a really good documentary on trafficking coming from Cambodia where they're originally from. And it was a group of hackers that sort of help get the ring shut down and I was pretty impressed with the story when you hear it. So I think, you know, we do need some guys that are kind of keeping going on both sides in order to help solve this stuff. And there's a really good one right now about a fellow who is helping this catch this cameras by he works in the center. And then when he sees them about to get somebody really bad, like he'll secretly call them and be like, hey, you're talking to this dude right now. He's telling you to do this yet. And they're like, oh, yeah, yeah, and he goes, don't do that to this guy's full of crap. Just hang up or see if you can merge the call in with police at the same time. And so what he works in the call center in Calcutta and he's stopping this. The one that's obviously he stopped his lady from transmitting like a $150,000 on the social security administration fraud type thing. It's crazy. If I can find a story I'll send it to you, but it's pretty impressive. I'm not up to date on how people become hackers. In my day, the hackers I knew people like John Draper was they had a fascination for this stuff. Often started with phone freaking with the phone system because at the time, that was the most complicated network in the world. And you would dig through dumpsters out behind network operations centers and try to find manuals you would learn about this stuff. And you would hack it. It was fun. It was speed lumping. It was exploration. Later, as they became coders, they might start doing the same thing with computer operating systems and computer software. And at the time, it was just kind of fun. Some people, and again, I'm familiar with the older generation, the old school hackers, but some people like Kevin Paulson and Kevin mitnick, would sometimes mitnick had these interests and skills and then kind of turned him a little bit to the dark side as a way to make money..
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on WTVN
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The Social-Engineer Podcast
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on The Social-Engineer Podcast
"And remember radio shack rest in radio shack and buy kits from that start putting them together And then i want college in studied electrical engineering with a sort of sub focus on computer engineer. How do you put computers together. You know as part of electrical engineering. How do you do simulations. And things like that went to grad school and focused on information networking Which is just. How can computers talk to each other. And how can we build distributed applications on them. So i kind of made a move from hardware into more software and then i got my first job working for bell. Communications research bellcore. So if you look really carefully we used to say that the people who work at but we have a bell shaped head and their head. There i was. You know really fortunate. Because i got on the security team there so my work there started with. How are the phone. Companies getting hacked Both from the telephony side of it so you know a lot of stuff associated with kevin pollack and and kevin mitnick and all that kind of stuff and then also from the sort of nations ip networks that they had How are they getting hacked there. So i did a lot of incident response digital forensics analysis of how the phone companies are getting hacked. And then they're like well. Gee maybe to stop us from getting hacked. We should have these people who know how we get hacked. Hack us so that kind of made my move into penetration testing and I did it for the phone companies. That i did that for five or six years. Then i moved on and started doing it for various government agencies and military groups and then from there i started forming a companies with my friends..
Off The Hook
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on Off The Hook
"Six hundred dot com webpage at eight o'clock and that way you can call us You can listen to other things that we might have to talk about But for the remainder of this hour we have a few interesting stories including remember a couple of weeks ago The the subway was completely. Shut down now okay I should clarify because it's happened a few times I don't mean i don't even ida came in and basically turned it into a water park. No I mean before that when it just mysteriously all the sudden Train stopped and people have no idea what was going on. People thought the system was hacked. You know it's always every action the go-to reaction is something's broken and must have been hacked where it was. Kevin mitnick know basically anything having to do with technology. It's our fault okay. Well it wasn't. It wasn't The recent power outage that disrupted half of new york city subway system for several hours stranded. Hundreds of passengers was likely caused by someone accidentally pressing in emergency power off button. Yeah and you know. I've noticed this over the years That usually these catastrophes. These these mishaps are caused by similar amounts of human error Data loss more data loss is caused by somebody dropping a hard drive then by Somebody getting into it and doing all kinds of of damage The outside investigators. Who are looking into the disruption. I it took place august. Twenty ninth said. There was a strong possibility that the button was accidentally pressed since the plastic guard. Stay with me here. You know how these buttons look. The plastic guard designed to prevent accidental activation. Was missing a. Why do we have a dramatic sting right now. We so yeah the that plastic a plastic guard for the emergency Off button is missing. If you have seen it or you know where it might be. Please contact us. Why not The unprecedented breakdown affected more than eighty trains giving a black eye to a sprawling transit system that has since been hit with flooding from the remnants of hurricane. Item governor huckle Ordered a full review of operation control centers across the metropolitan transportation authority to identify and fix potential weaknesses and missing. Plastic coverings are on top of that list. Hopeful said new yorkers deserve absolute confidence in fully-functioning subway system and it is our job to restore that confidence The breakdown affected the subway systems. Numbered lines plus the l. train for several hours beginning shortly after nine pm that sunday interesting the number lies meaning iot and the l. I'm not sure why the l. train was able to piggyback onto that or why there's a power switch that will only affect number trains. I'm sure all kinds of reasons. And i'm sure our listeners write to us and if you are one of those listeners at twenty six hundred dot com is our email address but Restoration of service was delayed. And here's how here's how we blame you the public for this The history of the service was delayed because passengers onto of the trains walked out onto the tracks by themselves rather than waiting for rescuers. Yeah bad than that resulted in a much longer delay now..
The Shared Security Show
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on The Shared Security Show
"Right. But i am hard pressed to think that it is worthwhile to listen to kevin mitnick when he expounds on any top because here is a person who broke the law and we discuss whether he was a hacker associates near the world's best. I don't care. Right i really. Don't i throw gregory evans. Who you mentioned in your podcast with robin. I giggled quite a bit too right. I think it's reasonable for me. To say you know what. Kevin mitnick has proven time and time again that he is in the business to make himself money. Not make anybody else right. He doesn't care about the make other people. So i think it's okay in my opinion to say i'm not gonna listen to anything and anybody else who says to me here is what kevin said and you should be listening to it because commitments genius. I can immediately disregard what they said because saying transgender. Probably i agree with the idea that there are people. What was the guy's name. He was really popular in infosec and then it came out that he was sexually assaulting people apple which won several of those twitter with somebody. Doing something that i find so disgusting. I'm not okay with them doing it. I'm okay with me saying anybody who supports them. I don't wanna deal. I'm okay with that if you come out and you start comparing betzeen requirements to being the holocaust. I'm okay immediately disregarding everything you say. I understand though that that ability for somebody to dog pile on somebody right it. It's very easy on twitter. To say thomasson said this thing and it was atrocious and horrible and everybody should report him in in that that starts to become probably becomes way too easy to turn into swatting doc. Saying so i don't know where the lions but i am okay with disregarding people because of who they hang out i think ignoring his i. Yeah look guilty by association thing. It's not it's it's it's guilty by supporting outright supporting. I'm with humanity between I think mike mike mike. A little guy. Greg evans kevin era probably. That's why mitt. Charlie charlatans. Is that the nick. Not not the word not yeah. I think that's the word right. I think that's has been is the right word now. No i don't think it is. And the reason i say i don't think it is one and love attrition dot org chart yes. How's this nice talking about i. i'm. I'm very upset and happy that the latest addition was added but I think the charlatan implies that everything this person says it's fake or wrong or aurelie or whatever and let's back to my example. Kevin mitnick their time. Enlisted kevin mitnick in the things he's talking about are accurate the it's the rest of him as a scumbag ness so i don't like there's no reason for me to pick pearls from this swine right because i can get those pearls from better people and so charlatan i don't i maybe you're right word but worthless i think is like i mean. Do you know why generally mad though he's mad because people will say you would look like kevin mitnick That doesn't make me mad at all. You look at munich all you want. 'cause i love the fact that i have signed at least one hundred of his books. I don't know what i've got. I've signed a ton of his books. Because raff you may not know this but a lot of people have told me. I looked like him. I don't see it. But i know it's true. From a perspective of regularly. People will bring me a copy of his book. Sign it and so. I do but i signed it. Kevin johnson is so yeah. I think there has to be a level of. Maybe we just need go..
Cyber Security Weekly Podcast
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast
"Am i suppose also through these strange cybersecurity strategy in the cold for an uptaking skills as a number of grants. I don't know if you got one of the recent grounds intensive training and upscaling as well but attack take it. That's driving the demand here so it must be looking good for the next couple of years laced seth. Stephanie anticipation is it will grow week. We didn't actually get much in the way in funding for those particular programs partly because we've actually already acceded on rescue caps. We haven't jason undergraduate certificates as a new pathway into cyber so particularly targeting those who meet our entry ath- why for typical entrance undergraduate courses and allows them to get a flavor to the signs security hosts because we find a lot of particularly high school. Leavers are not really aware of what cybersecurity is. They know computer science but the the cybersecurity demand is lacking in role models and something. I've talked about many times previously that you talk to parents. And they know. Jeff bezos and other key players in the computing denying. But when you talk about cybersecurity they might hurt a snowden and associates. They'd probably not heard kevin mitnick but that would happen again. There any of the hack is in the in the gaza the been arrested or Stories yeah but you must have a few macy's renowned for cybersecurity and again you've got a good pedigree there and and with students around the world as well not just within the pacific region. We have so seventy. We have a global network of current students. And i sent a global network of alumni. And we're actually looking to build on that profile at the moment so volva recess linton group to connect with existing future and past students and that has actually really wanted to take off now with job opportunities now being pushed by our alumni back to our graduating students successful. But we're looking to build the the profiles of allographs particularly those in senior positions. And i'm hoping over the next six to twelve months that will be really pushing the career opportunities. And the successes of some grants to showcase walk craze and signed by actually look like as opposed to the hollywood model unfortunately represented by the sauk city. Today i do appreciate the lines and isn't great time to go get mine. Yeah lights all. I could say you got the tell us platform in the background but you also pounded with So tell us with cisco's isn't it wasn't with our size will tallahassee. tell us from. I'm trying to think yeah actually have to go to remember that obviously the pew maps behind me are the off the shelf once and we are continuing to talk with various partners about utilizing various software platforms parker teaching because we have now got unit in the area of security operations and one of the partners in particular we're looking at is microsoft so the sentinel platform is an example is one that there's a lot of demand for with wwl of government agencies looking at so we're going to china expose more of ask jeeves to those as well as the other sock insane based platforms.
Off The Hook
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on Off The Hook
"There's a crime here. It's that and i know they're a lotta questions and people are welcome to write into us. O t h at twenty dot com. Ask the questions or call us do overtime. Out at eight o'clock on youtube and We'll we'll talk directly. But i just wanted to make sure that story got out there. Because you know it's it's like kevin mitnick all over again except worse because Virtual didn't even think for a second that he was doing something that Would would arouse the ire of the powers-that-be so much and has always appeared where he was supposed to be has followed all the rules and It's tragic it's tragic. What's happening here. One of the great minds of Of the hacker world being silenced. Like this you know sure. He made mistakes sure he. He did a couple of things that he shouldn't have done. Not the least of which was talk to the fbi without a lawyer but we need to We do everything we can to make. Sure this This doesn't end. Tragically and september is a trial. He's imprisoned right now. He needs to get out of prison. He didn't do anything wrong. And that's all. I'm going to say on the subject right now. I'm sorry for taking up a half hour of the show. And i wanna talk about the The pegasus spyware for that. We have our special guest from From the reuters news agency joining us and Run thank you very much Rafael saffir For for joining us here in. wbai some of us have heard about Pegasus for the first time but It's actually been known about for about five years or so. Can you give us a basic outline of of What the pegasus spyware is and who the nso group is. Yeah that's my pleasure and thank you for having me i I i caught pegasus. Twenty sixteen when citizen lab Which is a research group. That based at the university of toronto was of no had found a phone Belonging to an emirati dissident and They along with another security company called lookout Started digging into this phone and they discovered this extraordinarily stealthy very powerful piece of spyware that was planted on it and And that was the world's first glimpse of nso's capabilities A man and you're right. That was about five years since then. citizen lab has come out with report after report after report and And there is a big section of the cybersecurity community that has followed the report. Those reports were closely and citizen. Lab has has outlined a kind of the global spread of this malware particularly in mexico in the middle east. And it's shown over the past few years how this spyware has been turned against reporters and Human rights workers and in the case of mexico for example even academics and people who are campaigning for a soda tax and that picture that they've painted is is completely at odds with what. Nso says it does which is that. They said that they saw hacking tools. Government on to fight the worst of the worst so terrorists child molesters that kind of thing and And that brings us to. I guess the past two weeks where all the sudden we have seen a cascade of new revelations about how nso's how nso spyware is actually used and and it has not been particularly flattering as far as the israeli company is concerned In fact it's been so unflattering that they announced I believe it was the middle of last week that they would no longer be taking any questions from the press Which was the first one for me. I've never heard a company that says publicly. That's it no more questions we're outta here especially couple facing a scandal like this. You know you'd think you'd be eager to get on. Excuse me you think you'd be eager to get your point of view cross and and all the enough that hasn't really happened So yeah i mean it's been a for those of us who follow pegasus from the beginning This has been extraordinary story. But even for those of us who are just kind of waking up to it now in the past couple of weeks It has been a you know it's been full of revelations heads estate targeted by spyware right. A prime ministers a cabinet ministers ambassadors military figures intelligence failures On top of your usual bevy of human rights workers journalists. So it's been it's been fascinating and i'm looking at how it gets installed into phones It used to be that you had to Connect you get sms message and you'd be tricked into clicking on something but now apparently you can have this installed on your phone by doing nothing by simply having. I don't even know if they have to call you or for just somehow gets installed. You know how simple it's gotten at this point terrifying. Simple right I think that all of us have been habituated especially in the hack community. You know you you sort of think that if somebody gets hacked. They made the steak somewhere right. They clicked on something that they weren't supposed to click on. They opened a file that they that they shouldn't have trusted. And what makes the pegasus revelations. So terrifying is that. This technology doesn't require any kind of interaction from the end user. You're just walking down the street in new york or in mexico city or on vacation or wherever you are as long as your phone is on and they know your phone number you were vulnerable so you got two choices right you either. Throw the phone in the lake Not or you make it or you don't get your phone number out to anybody But you know sort of defeats the purpose of the phone. I suppose yeah. Yeah i mean it is a I think that's the scariest part of this. This no click interaction where you will never know that you've been targeted. You'd never you'll never know that you've been hacked and And the only the only hint that something might be wrong is when you get thrown into prison by some dictatorship somewhere or when somebody approaches you and knows a lot more about your life than they should have. So that's that's it's scary stuff. I had a question about the traceability sort of related. I know there are some efforts to figure out where. And what What types and who may or may not have it fa- forensic way and part of that is actually that the software once it's Loaded and the capabilities of your phone or sort of at its disposal. it can then disappear in in that it is installing in memory. Like a Something that would Be erased upon like a reboot That was something else. Do you know anything more about that. Yes so that's the nature of the implant has changed over the years When i first spoke to mike murray at lookout about this back in two thousand sixteen i remember his description of pegasus at the time..
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on Malicious Life
"Hi welcome back to saba reasons militias life. I'm ran living a few weeks ago after we released the second part of the albert gonzalez's series by came across this interesting tweet from one of our listeners. In clearly allman wrote quote. Greatest hacker in the world soup. Nazi was a lot of things calling him. That is ignorant. He wasn't even the brightest hacker in his own circle of friends in reply sherry davidoff. Our guest in the series wrote quote agreed that he wasn't super technical but as prosecutors said he was quote unparalleled in that he didn't just get heck done. He got a heck done. He got the exfiltration of the data done he got the laundering of the funds done. He was a five tool player and later replied with rebuttal of his own. But the reason why i mentioned the short conversation has nothing to do with. How good of a hacker gonzalez was. I mean there's no hecker rating system that we can use to figure out who was the best hacker ever peck in basketball. We have real bonafide statistics shots. Mrs whatever and my daughter and her friends still can't agree on who was the best. Nba player ever michael jordan or lebron james but almost tweet got me thinking about the relationship between a hacker and the technological environment. He or she operates. Take for example. Kevin mitnick who did most of his hacking in the early ninety s the technological landscape back then was very different from our current one. The internet for example was still pretty young if we could magically transport young mitnick to our current time would he still be as successful as he was back. Then by the way kevin. If you're listening to this. I'd love to hear your thoughts about this question..
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"kevin mitnick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"kevin mitnick" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma
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"kevin mitnick" Discussed on KGO 810
"Businesses were shattered and they said nothing or their cheer lead for it, and they fund raise for it, and they allowed it to happen in the greatest country in the world. Now, some have cited Some have cited the metaphor that the president let the flame will they let actual flames actual fires and time from out spire. There will be harder in the house. Gentlemen from Ohio. Do you wish to reserve your time Gentlemen from New York is recognized. Then the speaker. And now you have one minute to this thing was gentleman from California. Mr Swallow. The gentleman from California is recognized for one minute, East Bay Congressman packed before but not like this. On January, 6 Donald Trump incited thousands of radicalized terrorists. To attack the capital to stop a transition of power. Let that sink in. Our president incited our citizens to attack our capital, America was not attacked in the past sense. This president has inspired future plots. America is still under attack, and that's why Donald Trump must be impeached. I've read. Many of my GOP colleagues know what the president did was wrong but are afraid for their lives if they cross the president. I'm sorry that you're living in fear. But now is the time to some of your courage. The guide you way have all seen the images of the courageous officers who have risked their lives so that you could flee this floor and see your families. That was almost a week ago. Right now, officers engaged in hand to hand combat for hours with these terrorists. Capitol police were spit on beaten, stampeded and one of them lost their lives. I'm not asking you to summon the courage that they did. I'm just asking you to do your job. The gentleman's time has inspired The gentleman from New York preserves Madam Speaker Way with her then from Ohio was recognized. Yeah, we've had a speaker. We reserve the gentleman reserve. Such a woman from New York is recognized. Gentleman from New York is recognized. Then the speaker and now yield one minute two Distinguished gentleman from Texas. Mr Castro, The gentleman from Texas is recognized for one minute. Thank you, madam Speaker. Donald Trump. Is the most dangerous man. Ever occupy the Oval Office Congressman Joaquin Castro one week ago. Today. When people were barging through these doors. Breaking the windows. With weapons. Armed Pipe bombs. Coming here to harm all of you. Harm the speaker. Harm the Senate. Let me ask you a question. What do you think they would have done? If they had gotten in What do you think they would have done to you? And who do you think sent them here? The most dangerous man to ever occupy the Oval Office. Of inciting a deadly insurrection is not enough to get a president impeached. Then what is All of us must answer that question today. Constitution. Requires us to impeach and remove Donald John Trump elements time has expired. Helmet from New York who serves reserve the gentleman from all how is recognized, not a speaker. We reserve gentlemen, from all how resurfaces time. The gentleman from New York is recognized. Many speak right now. Yield. One minute to distinguish gentle lady from Pennsylvania, Miss Dean. The gentle lady from Pennsylvania is recognized for one minute. Madam Speaker one week ago Today I was trapped in this house chamber as the banging on the doors began Congresswoman for colleagues, reporters and staff. I feared for myself. The attack on the Capitol will never be for gotten the president and many in this chamber have shamelessly petal dangerous on truths about the election, despite the warnings of where those lives would lead. And last Wednesday those lies and dangers found themselves inside this capital. This hateful rhetoric is another deadly virus. It is time to remove it from its host to hell. We need accountability and truth that begins by acknowledging the president's dangerous lies and they're deadly consequences. Removing Donald Trump is the beginning of restoring decency and democracy. What happened last week will not be for gotten and what we do this week will long be remembered. Yes, on impeachment and I yield back Shall Lady yells back? The gentleman from New York reserves his time. The John that from oh, how it's recognized. Thank you, Madam Speaker. It's ah, my pleasure to yield one minute to the Republican leader. Gentleman from California Mr McCarthy, Gentlemen from California is recognized for one minute. Congressman Kevin Mitnick. Gentleman for yielding. Madam speaker. Let me be clear. Last week's violent attack on the capital. Was undemocratic. UN, American and criminal. Violence is never a legitimate form of protest. Freedom of speech and assembly under the Constitution is rooted in Nonviolence. Get the violent mob that descended upon this body was neither peaceful Nor Democratic. It acted to disrupt Congress's constitutional responsibility. It was also attack on the people who work in this institution. Members, staff and the hundreds who work behind the scenes so that we can serve the American people. The greatest statesmen in the history of our country understood that the most dangerous threat to freedom is lawlessness. A young lawyer named Abraham Lincoln famously said. There is no grievance. That is a fit object of redress. Mob law. Yet for several hours last week, mob law tried to interfere with constitutional law. Some say. Riots were caused by Antifa. There's absolutely no evidence of that. Conservative should be the first to say so. Conservatives also know that the only thing that stops mob violence is to meet it with force rooted in justice and backed by moral courage. And last week we saw mob violence met by courage, sacrifice and heroism from the brave men and women who protect this institution every day. But for the bay bravery of the Capitol police, the destruction and loss could have been much greater. We owe them a tremendous debt of gratitude. The loss of Officer Brian said Nick An officer Howard limit good is tragic and heartbreaking. We mourn their loss. Remember their lives. And continue to pray for their families and loved ones. The officers of the Capitol Police deserve our eternal thanks. We will never forget the dangers. They faced the determination they showed The sacrifices they made. Make no mistake. Those who are responsible for Wednesday's chaos will be brought to justice. Which brings me to today's debate. I believe impeaching the president in such a short time frame would be a mistake. No investigations have been completed. No hearings have been held. What's more, The Senate has confirmed that no trial will begin until after President elect Biden is sworn in. But here is what a vote to impeach would do. Vote to impeach would further divide this nation. Vote to impeach will further fanned the flames of partisan division. Most Americans want neither in action nor retribution. You want durable bipartisan justice? That path is still available. It is not the path we're on today. It doesn't mean the president is free from fault. The president bears responsibility for Wednesday's attack on Congress by mob rioters. He should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. These facts require immediate action. But President Trump Except to share responsibility. Well the brewing unrest and ensure President elect Biden is able to successfully begin his term. The president's immediate action also deserves congressional action. Which is why I think a fact finding commission and a censure resolution would be prudent. Unfortunately, that is not where we are today. Truly this past week was one of the most difficult for Congress and our nation. Of all the.
How I Built It
Stop Losing Your Data with Brian Gill
"Thanks for coming on the show so I am I am interested in talking to you today because we really haven't had a guest talk about some of the topics that we're going to talk about today but why don't we start off a little bit with who you are and what you do yeah sure so without going into full back story. well I basically have surround myself with a bunch of really quality humans and together for the last sixteen years my primary mission has been to help the people out of data related disasters whether that's bad guys infiltrating network or data being stolen or a server crashing or making mistake and accidentally deleting all the pictures of their wedding or baby photos we are a bunch of Tech nerds who do everything we can to to help people out of those crises and also once they've kind of experienced those crises we help them either back up or sometimes they'll hire us as if they got hacked they'll hire us as we call it a part time see so or come in and do Kinda monthly risk assessments to help them prevent the next attack so you know it's just helping people out of Disasters Gotcha yeah well I mean as as somebody who has lost all of his photos and music for all of our music was in the cloud on a streaming service I can definitely level with that like after that happened to me I made sure to get an external hard drive live and of course today I have like a time machine on my Mac and back blaze and Nass and just like lots of things 'cause I I've been in that situation what I haven't been in is A well what my company or my clients knock on wood haven't really been involved in stuff like data-breach so it sounds like you do some of the more personal personal computing problems right data loss and recovery the recovery side of our business we founded back in two thousand four and we that's the data recovery company and that company it's a mix you know maybe forty percent of our clients are just normal people consumers who lost their personal data on a laptop or they dropped their phone toilet or you know that kind of stuff maybe thirty percent are small business owners with maybe one to fifty employees had a server crash or a chief executive ever accounting professional had a laptop hard drive crash or an SSD go bad and then the other third is large corporate America the government you know we've done recoveries for almost eighty percents of the Federal Bureau so it's pretty much everybody loses data on the data brief side of things we almost would I don't WanNa say never our average size client who got data breached is probably a hundred to five hundred employees may sometimes even larger for the for the micro sized businesses who get breached they're less likely to need an army of nerds to come in in an address that situation you know yeah yeah absolutely so so you you serve all sorts of people doing all sorts of things but I wanna get I wanna get back to the basics a little bit in your intro here so I also I have my degree in computer science I have a masters in software engineering and I went the web development path I when I was in college in Highschool I read like Kevin Mitnick's books and I thought man I really want to do that but ah I decided to go the other route what made you want to get into this particular field yeah I mean in general I got my computer science degree from University Wisconsin and that was like right before the first big tech bubble the first day web one point no and I jumped on a plane a and went out to the Silicon Valley and really wanted to play the startup game and joined a couple of startups one of them's still around that were you know involved with ECOMMERCE and that kind of stuff and you know I was primarily on the back end development style database design and things of that nature and a lot of back end programming I my four was not my forte was not the kind of user experience all of that's kind of changed over the years when that whole economy just imploded and all the valley was horrible place I mean I would say eighty percent of my friends were out of work I had a job but it wasn't star was in a bank so I had a job but it wasn't the type the job that I moved out there for so I kind of tucked my tail between my legs and say well I'm GonNa work at a bank I might as well do it in Wisconsin from from immoral my family is my brother had just had a couple of kids and I wanted to be there for that and I just wipe the three thousand dollars often read so I I talked tail between my legs Humpback Wisconsin and was just doing some consulting some really boring but wonderful companies like insurance companies and cheese manufacturers and all kinds of words and I really wanted to start a company right but the Donovan was in the crapper there was zero percent chance of getting any kind of bank loan so I knew I needed to do something that I could bootstrap uh with like the fifty grand that had saved up you know so whatever I was going to do I needed to be able to get to revenue within my within my budget right because it's just I wasn't going to get an angel financing I wasn't GonNa Fifty Thousand Dollars Angel Financing for a new idea they were going to take if your business back then it was just a horrible time to be an entrepreneur so my brother tyler younger brother Tyler was going to school at University Wisconsin ucf degree he's about nine years younger than me and he had a hard drive crash so he was trying to figure out how do I get my stuff back and he found two companies in the whole us that advertised for it and both of them wanted like three thousand dollars and that was like again exactly you know turns out it's pretty hard but we had the right circle of friends we had one of my buddies was an electrical engineer ear one of my buddies was a mechanical engineer I had the computer science and kind of ECOMMERCE background and we kind of had all the pieces of the the kind of academic puzzle so the next question is okay so there's very few competitors in the two that are out there that we could find were very prohibitively expensive so could we start a company for less than fifty grand learn enough about how to do this that we could serve underserved part of the market right and get it off the ground and and that's kind of where it came from and turns out we could that's fantastic I love that I have I have a similar story of how I got into web development you know essentially my church came to me and they said we want a website and I said I don't know how to do that and then we'll pay you and Mike are okay sweet money's yeah
Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure
Facebook: 50 million accounts directly affected by hack
"Ago earlier this afternoon. Note that Facebook came out and said, oh, by the way, we've been hacked and almost fifty million of you have been affected. What? Yes, indeed. A hacker gained access has business insider reports a hacker gaining access to nearly fifty million Facebook user accounts, they did. So by exploiting, a weakness and getting really into the weeds here, but a weakness basically in the social networks systems, the news of the attack which and they've had some issues lately, obviously, a Facebook, and what is and is not public knowledge and who's allowed into some of that info. But news sent shares of the company down roughly three percent in the middle of trading earlier today. CEO Mark Zuckerberg, he hosted a conference call with journalists shortly after the news was announced the underscored the severity of the situations Burke sang in a blog posted as well today. We do not yet know whether these accounts were misused, but we are continuing to look into this. And we'll update when we learn more trying to find some analysis on this this voice, you're about to hear is Kevin Mitnick. He is an internet. Securities expert. He's also expert on hacking, and he appeared on CNBC earlier today to talk about what exactly is the real world effect of this this hack, the security breach. Do we have a good sense about how many of the people whose information has been act are actually in some future way wounded injured hurt by the fact that data may have been compromised. In other words, they lose money. Do they do what happens? Ordinarily, the bad guys might sell their sell the data like equifax, for example on the dark web. And eventually those individuals will be defrauded. I don't know if there's a particular statistic of how many for example, equifax members were actually the frauded because of the compromise. But I can't tell you one thing there's a website called we leak info dot com and on this website. They have hundreds of databases of leaked passwords that were publicized on the dark web, for example. And what people can do is actually search their own username their own Email account and actually identify whether their information was leaked, and that's important because people tend to reuse passwords. What does it? Yeah. We we we leak info dot com. What you can see is if your password was leaked in some sort of data database breach. And. What the problem is? People tend to reuse passwords, so or the have a pattern that the always use that it's easy for the hacker to figure out and it's really important. You know, a password manager, for example. But also to check we leak info dot com, and there's others out there, of course, to see if your information's out again that was the voice of Kevin Mitnick CNBC earlier today an internet security expert, but we just put this out there. Maybe check out that website to see if yours your password information is also out there. Nevertheless, it has been a rough I'd say year, but even longer than that a rough go of it for Facebook for Zuckerberg and company, of course, dealing with hacking by Ford entities related to the election, and now, oh, by the way this. Yeah. It's really interesting. I mean, how often do you actually change your password? I know people always tell you to do that. Or do you just add an extra number? You get kind of lazy about it. I think after a while. And then you don't want to forget all your passwords because if you make it. On each and every one everything requires a password nowadays. So you kind of try to keep it simple. But then something like this happens, and then you kind of out there and a nice little public service reminder password. One two three four is never a good pass.