23 Burst results for "Steve Gibson"

The WiFi Frag Attacks - DarkSide

Security Now

01:57 min | 2 months ago

The WiFi Frag Attacks - DarkSide

"It is getting crazy out there but there is nobody better report. That than mr. Steve gibson the host of security now. Hi steve yolande. Oh what's up. Great to be with you again. well The the big news at the issues like a week ago. was the announcement of some new attacks on wifi. So i thought okay. That's where we're gonna talk about but then we just kept getting more news at as our last week's episode was titled from the dark side. So we're going to follow up on last week's news from the dark side with a surprising amount of the happenings including the dark webs rejection of further ransomware we look at bitcoin analytics which are used to follow the dark money as it moves around We've got mixed signals now coming from the dark side group themselves and something is really interesting. I when i was digging around. I found a live list of more than two thousand ransomware tax during the just the past two years that is posted and maintained on the dark web We're also going to cover last week's patch tuesday because this is the third tuesday of the month. We don't want to miss that We've got a bit miscellany Including leo view sauce. A sixty minutes from sunday the second of this of the three segments that sixty minutes always does do three per per sunday was on the unidentified aerial phenomena task force which is actually a thing.

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Out With The Old - SolarWinds Smoking Gun, Signal Influx of WhatsApp Users, Male Chastity Cage

Security Now

03:07 min | 7 months ago

Out With The Old - SolarWinds Smoking Gun, Signal Influx of WhatsApp Users, Male Chastity Cage

"It's time for security now the show we cover your security online your privacy. How things work out bad. It's getting how good it's getting all that stuff with this guy right here. Live long and prosper steve gibson. I got put the thumb outright. That's the key bomb out can't do do i have a show for today. What's the topic This well the title is with the old which was inspired after i got back into spin. Right sixes source code and realized how much crap was in there to deal with that the things that we were having to deal with back in the nineteen eighties and nineties at the beginning of the pc era. And so i. It was just going to be kind of like you know. I've just mentioned it. But i just think our listeners will really find that interesting. Old-timers will be going on. I remember when dos had a thirty three and a half megabyte partition size limit. Believe it or not and and you know younger viewers are gonna be like what so anyway. We've got so much talk about. We have critical updates for fire. Fox and all of the chromium based browsers and a potentially unwelcome but reversible. Change coming to fire fox We're going to look at an another new tactic. Being employed by the ransomware gangs or at least one of them an update on ransomware profitability. A bogus seeming announcement from intel. The which was made yesterday during their cas announcement of the eleventh gen. core processors. I i well. I did dig in to see if there is anything to it and bow. Oh i gotta be left with no question about how i feel and we have the i use on this. Podcast of the term tele dildo onyx. Tell donna deal. Get it right until donald bill tell anybody knows ask that we have some residual solar wins news the formation of a security screw up crisis management group news of the inevitable attacks on zych sell users the mass exodus from what's app following their plans to force all meta data sharing for users of their platform at quick sifi note about the expanse and then as i said inspired by the amazing amount of old code. I have rediscovered inside spin right. I'm gonna take our listeners back to the roaring eighties with a look. At how far we've come from dos. Three point three. So oh and we do have a picture of the week for the ages so good it came without caption cheeto.

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Sunburst & Supernova - Ransomware Task Force, Chrome 87, Firefox Caches

Security Now

02:45 min | 7 months ago

Sunburst & Supernova - Ransomware Task Force, Chrome 87, Firefox Caches

"It's time for security now. The last show of twenty twenty. Yes we have a brand new life show with this guy. Right here steve gibson. Grc everybody is unified in saying good riddance to twenty twenty head or riddick year. I can't remember a worse year. Just awful but it's too bad. Because i like the number. It's all round and nice and clear sight twenty twenty year. It should have been. Yeah so we're going to look this week at a bunch of stuff. We do have a lot of news. Because of the last week's best of i went back all two weeks from now looking for everything that had happened since and not surprisingly a bunch of stuff happened. chrome is backing away from an a security initiative of theirs for an interesting reasons. A fire fox is moving to further thwart tracking using again a really interesting cool technology All of the browsers are collectively once again saying no to kazakhstan the we have the formation of a new industry wide ransomware task force which is just good to see happening because of the scourge. That's been this year We have of course. The weeks widespread wordpress security disaster The return of treks insecure embedded tcp ip stack and. yes finally the long awaited announcement of the release of the read speed benchmark that i've been working on Basically for six months. Ever since i finished working on the usb boot prep stuff so basically here. We have this year's work product ready for release and of course it serves as a test bed improve of operation for the next generation of spin right. And then we're going to conclude by looking at everything more that has come to light three weeks downstream from the first revelations of these solar winds based massively widespread network intrusion compromise so this security now episode seven ninety nine perfectly numbered for the end of the year is sunburst and supernova. And i think another great podcast for though even have a. You're probably gonna just say the also the bonus of it being a free commercial free you

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Does the Galaxy S10 fingerprint sensor work with screen protectors?

This Week In Google

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Does the Galaxy S10 fingerprint sensor work with screen protectors?

"We kind of glanced over the the whole face unlock with is open closed whatever but I thought it was Jordan I'm I'm not sure if you guys talked about last week whether it was news then or not that these Samsung Galaxy S. ten cheer about this one that the finger Prince Censor in display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor there's a British couple that realized you know this this woman set up the phone learning it learned her right thumb on it then she ended up by accident using her left thumb on on the sensor and it led her inch crap that's weird new and then she gives it to her husband birth husbands thumbs work on it and she gives it to someone else it turns out the screen protector that she ordered on E. Bay's like three dollars screen protector uh-huh Samsung saying don't use any screen protectors that aren't ours because okay so talk about me I know how that is it just is it making the resolution more or less granular or is it just making it not work so Samson was saying certain silicone based screen protectors which we're talking about it a little bit in in the after show of all last night like I was thinking it was just like certain you know flat screen protectors that you put on and then you know get the like air bubbles out and everything like that victor who was who's the TD see for that show was like what if it's more like the you know the tacky kind gosh I'm I'm suddenly blanking on the name of it Zag zags invisible shield us maybe it's something like that because from what Steve Gibson unsecurity now is saying yesterday is that has something to do with like the the the layers so you've got the cat camera shooting through the glass so that's one layer and then you have this like sticky silicone layer into the glass protector into the fingerprint and there's something in those layers that's that's like imprinting a pattern into the fingerprint sensor and you learn that supersedes the layer that your fingerprint is actually learning long Derek exactly exactly so many touched on it and it automatically recognizes that there's the thumb there and the pound a couple banks have now disabled thumbprint location yeah those phones yeah right they're not gonNA mess around with that so soon and Samsung's like why don't you buy are all you gotta do is by our quick-fix exact devs involved just just buy a new screen protector from us so it turns out by metrics or not

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Firefox Web Browser

This Week In Google

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Firefox Web Browser

"Wanted to private browser but I think fire Fox is really really on the forefront. Now there's including <hes> the ability to use start page in the search bar as it searched default search engine <hes>. It's very easy to configure if you're GONNA START PAGE DOT COM and you've got fire Fox and there's one other thing I want to mention. Steve Gibson's been talking a lot. What about <hes> D._N._S. over H._T._T._p._s. the ferry bottom of the network settings in general settings of <hes> Fire Fox? If you enable D. H. D. S. over H._T._T._p._S. and use cloudflare. What'll happen is it'll use cloudflare's D._N._S.? Not Your I._S._P.'S D._N._S. Your I._S._p.. Every time you use you know go out and you know look up a site. Your is getting information about what sites you visit and many I._S._P.'s sell that information to marketers and other people and maybe that's something they don't deserve so <hes> they don't like it in fact the British Internet society or whatever said the Mozilla was the enemy of the year. They nominated them because they were enabling D._N._S. over H._T._T._p._S. Security N._S.. Because it would make it hard for the British authorities to filter sites another good reason to use it <hes> i. I'm starting to really feel like Mozilla with its sync with its features with its privacy. <hes> is is my choice choice for a browser. If you WANNA block trackers cookies crypto miners and finger printers <hes> all the features that <hes> that a privacy advocate would want her in here and <hes> and I'm starting to think what brave with its with its crypto currency and and some of the things it's doing maybe I maybe WanNa go with somebody who really has no axe to grind and that is of course a fire Fox Fire Fox plus start page. That's my new default for searching the interface start page in his searching the Internet start page each dot com.

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It looks like Windows 10 Home can now defer updates for 35 days - Ars Technica

Windows Weekly

01:27 min | 2 years ago

It looks like Windows 10 Home can now defer updates for 35 days - Ars Technica

"Microsoft says, and I quote, it is now able to remove this is a big deal. Steve Gibson spent some time on this yesterday. Faulty windows updates without user intervention. I'm going to rant on this one. Yeah. I get the gong ball. Microsoft throws a support article out there saying, hey, we're going to be able to remove updates including drivers and security fixes. We're not sure if it also includes feature updates when somebody has a boot failure. We're we can just do it and restore your machine to configuration that should work correctly. Right. And then we'll block the update for thirty days. Okay. Guys there where does this come from like they just throw this out there? There's no announcement. No one in the insider program tested this right? And they told me today they told me today it's going to be in one thousand nine hundred one. Okay. Let me let me circle this back this because this is this kind of an interesting coincidence here. Leo earlier mentioned when does me when his millennium addition, right, which is one of the more reviled versions of windows. But what people do forget about that version windows that it actually was the first I went as a head many features that later became famous because they were also windows XP. Right. But they allot of these things debuted.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

"The show we cover your security and privacy explain it all in debt thanks to this guy right here steve gibson of the grc corporation eleven how you turn around look at me leo you're right behind me your shoulder and if i look around i don't see your salute gotta have the vulcan whatever it is the loot the ancient yiddish salute yeah so as we expected when i added an extra t to start tt l s and it's actually just start t l s for star st could be stuttering start to the ls there's a lot of t's in there as i can't can't count them all as expected we have a lot of interesting fund stuff but nothing dramatic that pushed back my intention as i mentioned last week to talk about the latest eff initiative start t l s everywhere which should remind us of https everywhere and there are a lot of overlaps in similarities but of course some differences this is the effort to push e e mail encryption further towards well let's just say usefulness because it isn't very right now and this is not pgp or s mime or you know you encrypt it then you send it this is hope that this is an attempt to shore up sort of this weird intermediate solution which has actually kind of already been abandoned but as with everything on the internet if it kinda works then it's really hard to kill so rather than trying to kill it they're trying to fix it so we're going to talk about what we're going to end the podcast talking about that sort of understand where we are with not additional encryption which of course an end user can always decide they want to employ which would give you true end to end protection as a consequence of the way email works this doesn't he even in the best of times with this you don't get end to end encryption even i mean even we using the latest so the latest solutions and systems because e mail is a multi point hop system store and forward by design and so essentially any servers along the way our men in the middle's who get your unencrypted email again when everything is working perfectly so this is why i've never been super excited about the prospects of encrypting email unless an individual goes to extremes but anyway we're going to wrap up with that i we're going to talk about another new and emerging worrisome trend in mauer yet another fitness tracking mapping incident and mistake something to warn our friends and family to ignore if it happens to them the value of periodically auditing previously granted web app permissions and some mala wear bit has actually become picky about which machines it infects and what it does depending upon what it finds we have another kinda will meaning coin hive service which didn't take long to get abused the we're going to look at the implications of d link having lost control of its code signing sirte which did happen some good news about android apps we will talk as you did on the previous podcast leo about last night's ios update to version eleven point four point one which among other things introduced something new that the user has control over known as a usb restricted mode and whether it actually is or at least something to be aware of as a wrinkle in the way it works we we have a public service reminder about the need to wipe old thumb drives and memory cards i mean wipe them proactively before you leave you let them out of your control and what a team in the uk discovered when they just bought a bunch also the picture of the week just just i got a i got a kick out of this and our listeners will it turns out that free usb powered fans were handed out at the recent north korea us summit where our fearless leader met there's and of course it really upset the security mavens who were like wait a minute folks those were made in china please don't plug them into your phones without you know it's like what is this one that just happened in the one with trump earlier the one it was the fourteenth fourteenth paige was was out there talking to them last week right right this is the this was the first one the first one i could then we some i could see you know can't you just see donald junior picking this up on this great this.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

06:28 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

"The help of our explainer in chief mr steve gibson of the grc gibson research corporation grc doug leo with you again as always horse of course and today we have a fabulous show lined up for you i shall only be interrupting at three times i'm gonna let you just take it over this is the pre fourth of july episode of security now number six hundred seventy and it was announced at the beginning of the year and the bet this was going to happen and then early last week it finally did but these are not my favorite people as we all know this is the wi fi alliance and we've often said that they haven't yet gotten everything right yet it's one of the most important protocols arguably wi fi security probably like increasing in importance fast and it's just been a an a lesson in how not to develop really important protocols whereas the the fundamental architecture of the internet was all done academically in full view mean there there's like this amazing trail of of public discourse where where problems were resolved unfortunately this wi fi alliance is a closed group nothing in public i i was excited this morning as i began digging into the details of w p a three where there were links to the specification as like oh my goodness you know like they've changed a turns out after filling out a form telling them who i am where i am what's going on in oh i mean basically just just like here you know all of my contact information please please please let me have the specification i get like this seven page header with nothing in it we wouldn't want him to know how it works steve and i mean it had the mean the wpa three spec has to be a thousand pages or you know hundreds and then i thought oh well okay and then then there was one on opportunistic encryption specification i thought okay maybe i'll be do better so i immediately went back at got the same form so they didn't like remember me after i just you know ban over so i did it again like okay this offer us steve thank you really i really want this so did it all again click the link seven pages you know basically an abbreviated table of contents and some acronyms defined as like so anyway same story but the good news is if if we give them a lot of benefit of the doubt what they're saying about wpa three is all good i mean i'm i'm bullish about the promise unfortunately there's no ability whatsoever to like verify any of this but we're going to talk about what it is that they say they've done and but doesn't affect us yet either because there is it's expected late twentieth nineteen so okay because of course everything has got it's got trademarks on everything and certified everything and it's all locked down and they're in control and they're going to split their wpa wi fi alliance stamp on everything and i'll take time you know to make those stamps so someday wpa two which has been broken and i'll remind people about that later with the crack attack and of course everything else earlier is badly broken someday we're going to have an improvement and it's good so in the meantime we've got the an interesting case of of a virus total upload mistake or was it newly discovered and reported problems with our current four g l t e cellular system worse even than we knew and we knew already knew that was a problem and even apparently what follows it the five g system the f f has launched another encryption initiative a detailed look into which will probably be the topic for next week because it's big and i wanted to adjust as but we'll talk about it we've got some troubles with spector and meltdown in as it exists now in browsers post mitigation of those problems the the sort of predictable but sure enough things that get predicted often happen evolution of attacks leveraging the universal plug and play features of today as so prevalent routers an unpackaged wordpress vulnerability that got a lot of press last week but doesn't appear to be worrying the wordpress devs because they've known about it since last november and then we'll talk about the wpa what we can of the wpa three standard at least the hope and the.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Lists that we've seen so far of affected routers are incomplete you just don't know if you router is is affected and it's probably safe to ssume that the russians are continuing to expand its reach remember the f b i saying a couple of weeks ago everybody rebuilt your routers you'll be fine we found the command and control center was a couple of images on photo bucket and then a site called to know all dot com we've got those this report you'll be fine wrong of course it wasn't that easy so our security guy steve gibson noted at that time well yeah except that there's still even if you reboot the router they've modified the firmware of the radyr as well so that there's a little code that's beginning we don't know why it's beginning but but beginning says saying it saying hey i'm here i'm here hey we don't know why it's beginning but you can presume the reason router would continue to do that is to say come back and hack me come back and hack me so we're seeing these routers that you rebooted packed again the only real solution to this and you can do this with your se thirty two hundred which by the way is not i don't think he's on the list but it's a prudent for everybody just assume that you're at is going to be on those there's two things to look for and i'll i'll tell you the first thing you can do on any router is go out and reinstall the current firmware that will race the firmware that's on there which could presumably have the fancy bear code and replace it with good code that's the that's the immediate fix it will stop speaking it won't redound load the mall where it won't get reinfected now the good thing about acis is they keep their software up today that one of the reasons i recommended this router is it's based on open source redder software called dwi rt which a seuss uses they modify but you can thirdparty dwi not compatible firmware on it if you're feeling like ach not keeping up to date but they are i bet.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"His a computer that's much slowed down because the operating systems trying to read the sectors eventually it does so it works but it takes time and i have to try three times to read every sector that means you're going to get slower and slower and slower so that's the first symptom maybe even notice that a year ago or so that the computer seem slower for some reason and then the next symptom is exactly what you're seeing which is i've got bad sectors i i know i have bad sectors and it can't correct them so whenever you see this kind of thing happening first thing to do is make sure you have a good backup and that's an easy thing to do you just go to the store and you get an ex little external usb drive of some kind could even be thumb drive depends on which data you haven't just copier data over to it don't use a backups program kazan you'll get a blob you can't look into just literally drag it over and then check it make sure everything got over there so once you've got everything on that external hard drive you've got it backed up you have a couple of choices you can try to save the existing heart and that would mean generally racing everything deleting the partitions re partitioning reformatting and sometimes that's enough just to refresh the sectors and everything's fine there are programs like my friend steve gibson's program spin right i you know it's hard to recommend nowadays because hardright are so cheap but spin right for ninety dollars will do exactly that will go through every sector on the drive see if it can be read easily if it can't it will keep reading it lo try harder than the operating system really just keeps going.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

"Now i have lost control head mike i'm pressing a button there we go yeah he's back ladies and gentlemen more steve gibson loops that's not you that's you like some fibonacci thing it was the serpent's ski triangle actually i'm learning how to you know i've been taking a coating course and this was an exercise in the coding course see this tiny recur sive function that's all it takes why it's almost as compact as a steve gibson assembly language program air cool now i'm stuck on it oh there we go okay back to you steve so when four months is not enough time to fix a bad bug back in little after the middle of january a researcher dimitri kaslow of tele space systems discovered a significant problem in microsoft's windows java script engine he responsibly disclosed it to trend micro 's zero day initiative to start the clock busy d i group dessert day initiative group responsibly notified microsoft on january twenty third and received a same day acknowledgement from microsoft then a week ago last tuesday may twenty ninth more than four months later zdi group decided to hold microsoft accountable for not patching this still unpacked serious remote code execution bug would exists in their java script engine they posted last tuesday their post was titled zero day microsoft windows java script error object use after free remote code execution vulnerability and we've talked about us after free problems the idea being that in languages which incorporate automatic garbage collection so that the programmer is not required to indicate when they're no longer using an object the system releases it but in some cases when mistakes are made you can still have a pointer to the object whose memory has been released and using that pointer the there are various ways to exploit that in order to get your own code to run which is what happened here they're they're posting says this vulnerability allows rem.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

"It's time for security now steve gibson is here lots to talk about today including how not to do a gdp our privacy email a more information about a bank hack called back swap that might be in your memory and of course the dietz even some information not reported elsewhere on vpn filter why did the f b i tell us to reboot are routers this week it's all coming up next on security now casts you from people you trust is bandwidth for security now is provided by cachefly at c a c h e f l y dot com this is security now with steve gibson episode six hundred sixty five recorded tuesday may twenty ninth two thousand eighteen vpn filter security now is brought to you by duo security give anytime anywhere access to applications based on the trustworthiness of users devices with duo beyond the zero trust security platform sign up for a free trial at duo dot com and by moog soft reduce it alerts and tickets by up to ninety nine percent visit moog soft dot com to learn more and sign up for demo and by eeeeno you're intelligent assistant from capital one shop online without using your credit card number for your favourite merchants sites for more information visit capital one dot com slash eeeeno slash virtual numbers it's time for security the show we talk about your security and privacy online with this guy right here miss the king the king of security mr steve gibson hello steve the oh great to be with you again or six six five one episode shy of the big six six six which of course puts it exactly twothirds through the entire life of this podcast lot's we run out of we run out of digits at nine nine yeah so we're now.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Joe in two thousand five wi fi was added to marry him webster's really gordon to the wi fi alliance van remember when intel was doing the unwired laptop commercials that was like two thousand five or two thousand four so wave back of the day i worked on a it's the office gonna cabinet until never released and it wasn't life i wasn't bluetooth it was what was always the intel crap where a remember this yeah so the idea was desktop because at the time any desktop computer there in the dan and this used whatever their version was on a tablet my office where you could sell the couch all beater the computer so did on the tablet would do it on the computer then it to the internet but yeah they they made a mistake didn't use wifi i'll tell you the the big complaint steve gibson makes us complain about wifi alliance is they keep all the protocols proprietary and closed so that people that's how they got in trouble with whip that people can't look at what what they're proposing except the people pay fifteen thousand dollars a year to be members of the y photo l does and yet we're talking about and eyeso i mean so that's when we're talking about but don't standards yeah i guess if it's a security stand i don't know i feel like this one steve gibson be better at talking about this than i but i'm not saying that it's the right thing to do i'm just saying it's not uncommon yeah no that makes sense but where you get into trouble because you soom oh we know how to do crypto and then they don't and then you put out a standard that is easily that i mean do you have.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

"Network able so beautiful work and and again another piece of really nice engineering nice throw hammers a good name to right that's very important to have the right not have a good name and a good website yeah i i was looking at the email client using the mac mayo mate he said i was notified february tenth by massey green company and mitigated so i i you know so it's been out there for out there and the so one of the problems with that list that he if f has published in matthew published is that it's on older per piece pieces of the olivo visions of the software name including male made it's on december and he had fixed it by march so you should just so update your clients whether the clients have already mitigated at themselves he said at the time i didn't in put any real information in the update notes the release notes because i didn't want telegraph what was going on but i can tell you now that that was a mitigation for fail so one hopes that a lot of these clients have handled it by now otherwise just keep using you know it works it's good harmless yes mostly steve gibson is the guy in charge of this whole kettle of fish and we're glad he's here you can find more about steve ed grc dot com that's his website where you'll also find a spin right the world's best hard drive recovery and maintenance utility and all the free stuff tons of which is on the site you could spend days just browsing site but among other things you'll find this podcast they're not only audio but also transcriptions of every word beautifully carved into stone beloved lovingly transcribed so go to g r dot com the transcriptions mean you can also search there for anything in any of the previous six hundred some episodes of you hit six six six tweet did oh got three more for the six three of the beast all right coming coming soon to podcast near you.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

"It's time for security now steve gibson is here with all the week's news plus a couple of clever attacks once called cleverly named as well once called e fail and it really is an issue if you use pg p or s mime to encrypt your email the others called throw hammer and i'll let steve explain how that works it's all coming up next on security now casts you love from people you trust this is bandwidth for security now is provided by cachefly at c a c h e f l y dot com this is security now with steve gibson episode six hundred sixty three recorded tuesday may fifteenth twenty eighteen ultra clever attacks security now is brought to you by it pro tv flexible and entertaining training for your it career visit it pro dot tv slash security now and use the code s n thirty to get a free sevenday trial and thirty percent off a monthly membership for the lifetime of your active subscription and by ziprecruiter if you're hiring ziprecruiter has revolutionized how you do it their technology identifies people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job they find great candidates for you try it free today at ziprecruiter dot com slash security now it's time for security now the show recover your security and privacy online with this guy right here mr stephen gibson of the are lit up just exactly right today leo i'm i'm not too bright not too dim so have has been a problem in the past.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

"Put that on your site well it made it to the international space station so now it's in the vatican very nice so it made it into the hereafter and made it into the here yonder here that's perfect there you go thank you for telling us padre are folks we thank you for joining us of course father robert ballots that's steve gibson we we do the show every friday now normally it's with the oh the poor but i have the honour the privilege of doing it for the next two weeks including this week every two i'm sorry every every tuesday every tuesday's did i say wednesday yes every tuesday at thirteen thirty pacific time i'm not gonna do ut see because that's leo thing he's really good at now steve is always here to inject you with a healthy sense of paranoia folks it is still paranoia if they're out to get you but you know sometimes it makes you look better you can find all of our shows at twit dot tv slash security now including backups odes and a place where you could subscribe if you want to get your security goodness into your device of choice every week we've got an audio version of video version and a high definition video version as well as versions on i tuned stitcher and wherever find podcasts are found don't forget that you can also get high quality audio recordings at grc dot com which is the home of steve gibson where you'll also find his outstanding products like spin right shields up and coming soon squirrel steven vin writers now vatican.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on This Week In Google

"It's gonna be tough to sort this out in the world of consumer electronics however all these cushions and pillows i'm sick of it the mattress yeah way they don't remove penalty of law yes but that's not for you yeah that's only once you buy could do whatever you want it i don't like it one bit so motherboard which wrote about this said the ftc would not tell us what four companies six i mean companies but microsoft and sony perhaps because they they do that with xbox one and playstation four apple motherboard points out doesn't like stickers so that belong to that but the geniuses are instructed to look for signs of consumer meddling and will sometimes decline warranty service if the said they the companies that were involved quote market and sell automobiles siler devices and video gaming systems in the united states wonder who that could be video gaming systems not only should people be able to repair their devices no matter what that should be required class in high school i learned to repair in highschool it'd be zero used to be now that's a good point too i have this battery powered alarm clock i'd like to fix actually there was a great story steve gibson did there's a okay maybe another pelicans this really is but it's interesting so there was a dispute in europe between kosovo and serbia on the power stations they're both on the european grid and for six years they were running the power slightly under sixty hertz which meant that a lot of mechanical and electric clocks were off by about six minutes.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

"It's time for security now steve gibson's here it's time to talk all the latest security news and when we get to the end a review the finally the arrival of t l s one point three oh and if you're a drubel user you're gonna wanna stay tuned there's some very important news about droop will security coming up lots more to security now is next cass you love from people you trust tweet bandwidth for security now is provided by cachefly at c a c h e f l y dot com there's a security now with steve gibson episodes six hundred fifty six recorded tuesday march twenty seventh twenty eighteen l ls happens security now is brought to you by turbo tax live new from turbo tax now you can get a personal review of your tax return with a cpa or ea right on your screen talk live with a tax expert as often as you need for tax advice to help you file with confidence go to turbo tax live dot com slash security now and by coober netease engine on google cloud platform learn more at g dot co slash get g k e today and by wordpress reach more customers when you build your business website on wordpress dot com plans start at just four dollars a month get fifteen percent off any new plan purchase at wordpress dot com slash security now it's time for security now the show we cover your privacy and security online with the guy in charge at grc dot com the gibson research corporations head honcho mr st.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Hired yougofirst buddy my red card is we're going to delve into the championship for this one a my red card is steve gibson so steve gibson is the chairman of middlesborough and he has just sacked his coach gerry monk now that happens obviously but here's the lead open to what happen this is from the daily mail gary monk was sacked by middlesbrough chairman steve gibson despite the pair holding a meeting only on wednesday in which they made plans and identify targets for the january transfer window during the meeting the minutes were aboard gave no indication that the intended to relieve monk from his position among oversaw two one comeback victory at sheffield wednesday on saturday to lift middlesborough to within three points of the playoff paces however the manager was left devastated as he received a phone call upon arriving at his home near teesside shortly after it pay it pm so this was on christmas eve gary monk gets the sack now here's what's interesting 72 hours later enter the pew lists tony peerless is now the manager of middlesborough let me just give people who don't know much about steve gibson steve gibson is regarded as one of the best owner chairman in football in england and one of the reasons he's been considered at is because jiang new generally speaking he does give managers as much rope as possible as much time to build a kind of team that they want to build and to be a successful and if it doesn't work out a yeah of course he sacked managers in the past he's got rid of bryan robson people like that but the reason that he sacked at her karanko last season if you remember was that he they didn't like the style of football the karanko was playing and obviously the results weren't that good now you getting someone like gary monk who comes from this wansy school of passing the ball moving the ball you're clearly lending your football club to a certain style of football and you want that and the fans want that how then do you move from sacking at at or karanko because you didn't like the style of play install.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Hired yougofirst buddy my red card is we're going to delve into the championship for this one a my red card is steve gibson so steve gibson is the chairman of middlesborough and he has just sacked his coach gerry monk now that happens obviously but here's the lead open to what happen this is from the daily mail gary monk was sacked by middlesbrough chairman steve gibson despite the pair holding a meeting only on wednesday in which they made plans and identify targets for the january transfer window during the meeting the minutes were aboard gave no indication that the intended to relieve monk from his position among oversaw two one comeback victory at sheffield wednesday on saturday to lift middlesborough to within three points of the playoff paces however the manager was left devastated as he received a phone call upon arriving at his home near teesside shortly after it pay it pm so this was on christmas eve gary monk gets the sack now here's what's interesting 72 hours later enter the pew lists tony peerless is now the manager of middlesborough let me just give people who don't know much about steve gibson steve gibson is regarded as one of the best owner chairman in football in england and one of the reasons he's been considered at is because jiang new generally speaking he does give managers as much rope as possible as much time to build a kind of team that they want to build and to be a successful and if it doesn't work out a yeah of course he sacked managers in the past he's got rid of bryan robson people like that but the reason that he sacked at her karanko last season if you remember was that he they didn't like the style of football the karanko was playing and obviously the results weren't that good now you getting someone like gary monk who comes from this wansy school of passing the ball moving the ball you're clearly lending your football club to a certain style of football and you want that and the fans want that how then do you move from sacking at at or karanko because you didn't like the style of play install.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"In the iphone 5 as apple went towards steve gibson called a crypto brick they made it incredibly secure but they started running into problems and this is the classic debate that after credit dave in for giving me simply to words originally i was like no security over everything they just make it more secure and dave stopped me said wait a minute for most human beings they're not worried about their photos being stolen a worried about losing their photos or losing access to their photos and we're not all under investigation by the fbi and no and so the changes here are entirely towards data preservation you can have failsafe where you can have failed secure apple previously everything was fail secure now they've made several specific things sale save so that you could there's a better chance to recover i was thinking that maybe i preferred like for example you can use past code to unlock your apple id and a elcomsoft was panicking saying that gives you the keys to everything but if you have physical access to somebody's iphone and their past code you can already go in access their email access their sms get tokens reset there but you could you have the keys to the kingdom so this is just a a a slightly more convenient way for people to do those reset and then i realized that i use a password instead of a passcode anyway so i don't even bother turning it off because no one's going to get my take the it's really hard to get a passcode asked the fbi in san bernardino but to get a strong password like gandhi was talking about a couple of weeks ago there's just unless the nation state is after you you're probably and so what went elcomsoft says it i think this is as great advice regardless is because now you're pass code is that single barrier make sure it's at least the sixdigit pass code and really we should all do what you do rene wishes to use a pass word of the province you've got to enter it and especially with face i d i found myself in her my passcode law yeah and.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Day so i literally ran down the hall and stuck my arm and the elevator door to keep from closing and then jumped in and you know he was stuck he adds tack to me and this guys you know multimillionaire is changed thousands of lives i'm a student i'm a nobody and is acting so flattered that i recognized them it was just a really special moment for me and you know he asked me if i'd be interested in meeting in his office in a couple of weeks was set up in appointments and i prepared literally for two weeks i just prepare to pitch a crisis over and over again the pitch was to convince him to let me come worked for him and i was going to help them i put together an idea of helping him expand his program from the philippines to latin america right grown up at the end of the civil pitch young he's smiling a nodding the whole time i'm thinking man of nailing this i might work at the end he disclosed davis i love how passionate you are about this but what i see in you is that you would be a fantastic entrepreneur and you should go start your own business in ten or twenty years down the road you can go find your own way making an impact in the world and so i left that office just beaming thinking no what steve gibson midal says that i will be a great entrepreneur the riadys looking back now i'm sure steve told that everybody but fell special declined for me so you know a few months later i started my first business and it's release that person steve gibson that really kind of help we see something to myself that maybe it wouldn't obscene otherwise you've made this connection between doing good with the mechanism of business was it the article that you read that put those two things together have you just kind of put those together over time just curious now i know it's great question i can't look back myself a try to think we know what was kind of the genesis of that concept than i don't fully no but i do know that when steve encouraged me to go do something i tested a bunch of different.

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"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"steve gibson" Discussed on Security Now

"It's time for security is your we cover your latest security woes always of the talk about with steve gibson of g c good to see you steve great to have you back leo all rested and relaxed and raring to go i sell robert eff father robert fulfilling in it's nice now he's on vacation ashton he's not allowed to talk on his vacation no in fact i cinnamon note to follow up on like hours after we finish recording last week just as a thanks for first for standing in and i got an auto reply saying i'm i'm like no longer receding email whoa your mean at how long he's going to be lease if the roberts he's on his the two months is as tertiary because tertiary ship two months while on this year who's gonna sign it a to stir generals going to sign this maybe this just in steve we've got an email from the national security agency and this is not a joke the it's been redacted see uh the nsa would like to import your security now show onto its intranet for general dissemination to our soot cybersecurity workforce have you be pro you're not surprised you obviously receive the same email steve or now but i buy i have a standing invitation from them to cut ally so they're the now they say well we believe under the creative comments license is permissible which it is there are elements within your websites term of use we cannot agree to and therefore precludes us from importing those show specifically parts of the disputes in indemnity section are inconsistent with federal law i think we just pacetin from some website so i'm not surprised uh we would like to execute a memorandum of understanding between the nsa and twit.

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