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03:57 min | 1 year ago

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"Paying attention into the office three sixty five security a._p.'s everything that's happening through. Them is a really really valid control to have regardless of whether you have to fail in place or not. We're still seeing tons of real time fishing. That's capable of grabbing the second factor especially if that second factor isn't something like a hardware key and we're still we're still seeing at the same time time quite a lot of those things like shared mailboxes which are extraordinarily difficult to two fe being used especially at better defended organizations stations as the initial point of compromise attacker and once they're there. There's all kinds of other options for them so it is extremely useful to have kind of belt-and-braces approach there. How well how easy is it to detect this stuff from your point of view right like i mean. I know that you've got i._p._o. Is security tools security tools like you might be able to detect when a mailboxes popped but like how reliable the mile filtering companies yours included in terms of spotting something like head like thread hijacking jacking when people are using valid validly signed in mailboxes. It's a really good question. I think one of the things that we've had to stop. Stop using reputation so much on the the detection side of things so you have to be just as skeptical about even an internal email sent from two people on the same domain which historically we haven't inspected at all. I'm just just think of yourself right now. Not calling this zero trust approach to mail filtering a lot of people out there have a- and i sadly will not join them. Well not join them but either way you're you're. You're basically trust. You're basically treating everything as as if you need to inspect it every possible way <hes> regardless of whether it comes from a trusted business partner regardless of whether you have a conversation history with that person regardless of whether the email is internal at at the same time though once the attackers are logging in. I should the three sixty five. A._p._i.'s give you some really good information so as long as you understand attacker infrastructure what these attacks look like when you can actually see the signs of a password spray coming across a bunch of different i._p.'s in a bunch of different places really really quickly and then logging again from say china or nigeria or exit note or any of these things that should obviously not be places you log in from that's actually pretty detectable <hes> and shockingly in in a fair majority actually of the cases i've seen the the attacker is not all that clever in terms of what the initial compromise looks like you'll be able to trace it back to a phishing email. You'll be able to see that password spray attack. You won't see just in <hes>. Although that does happen a fair amount of the time when the the password has been lost in another way like to our infection and this is actually the other part of the threat landscape. I wanted to touch on the number one hour. Payload now is not ransomware banking trojans the classic things we always saw but what we would call a steeler basically something that's capable of grabbing all kinds of interesting things from an endpoint including a credential including including obviously things like cookies learning more about that system and then relaying that back to the attacker and of course it's modular enough to get another second stage payload on it. If a bit say sold onto somebody who wants to ransomware an entire organization. That's really really fascinating. I think and is a huge shift from what we were seeing even twelve months ago. The security side of things is pretty new for you guys. Isn't it <hes> yeah. It's about colored eighteen months two years in and it's it's been it's been interesting right because the cloud access security broker whatever that space <hes> called this week <hes> his is one that started with shadow i._t. Basically hook up to the proxy and tell me all of the terrible terrible. Cloud applications of my users are using so i can go yell at them. That use case died a long time ago. I think it's still useful supposed to be aware of but you have to actually do something about that. You have to be able to either prevent sensitive data from going there or prevent..

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03:40 min | 1 year ago

"waf r." Discussed on Risky Business

"Us about a few things things firstly per point drop some research a little while ago about a sophisticated malware crew hitting u._s. utilities but the attribution pot wasn't even hinted at let's kick off this interview here as ryan kalemba explains why that was it was the sort of thing that even with the what i think are some divest red thread thread intel analysts in the world. We couldn't get beyond low confidence attribution <hes> and that was because of a couple of factors <hes> one we saw basically really interesting macro and for the record macro continue to be the number one abused exploit technique in our entire data set <hes> power. Shell is number two. Oh and straight up credit card fish is number three by volume <hes> really really interesting macro been used at least once before in <hes> an a._p._d. Ten campaign about a year ago targeting japanese organizations now this is that i be ten of courses of cloud haba time the chinese m._s._s. yes of cloud hopper and d._o._j. Indictment fame and and there was some interesting stuff. I point people to the blog post for the details but they were basically impersonating open source components used by notepad plus plus which is a relatively common better software <hes> in in a way hey that mirrored the previous campaign which was high confidence attribution by fireeye to a._p._d. Ten in this case we didn't get code reuse. We didn't get infrastructure structure reused but we saw that same macro technique again and those same open source components being impersonated but it was being used in an entirely different way to target three effectively municipal utilities in the united states so well it was also being used after it had been written up right so that could have been someone seeing reports on a p._t. Ten techniques and going oh that looks good. I'm gonna use that exactly and that's the thing that from our perspective. It's impossible to tell thread. Hijacking is also on the is that right absolutely and it was the more officers sixty five accounts that are out there and compromised and we see it actually in about forty five percent of our customers that they have compromised officer office three sixty five accounts just because of the legacy protocols the password spraying attacks plus obviously credential fishing and our is capable of grabbing crowds <hes> that is then being leveraged by the actors basically reply to everything in the inbox with a fish or with our <hes> and that sort of thread hijacking of real threads and <hes> is this sort of thing that is extremely difficult to train your people tonight actually end up clicking on this is one of those situations. Isn't it where it's like the obvious solution in two zero three six five but you can't really do that because of legacy protocols. I'm guessing this must be getting pretty frustrating. Few at this point. I mean there's a lot of sos so he's listening to this. Would you say that getting rid of those legacy mail protocols so that you can roll to if i i mean that in my mind that that should be kind of a high priority project z so but what do you think that's absolutely ideal but sadly not everybody lives in that world i mean at this point we are still seeing in in enterprise about fifty percent to faith penetration <hes> which everyone thinks should be shockingly low in two thousand nineteen but that's just reality. It's expensive. It's hard to roll out you have contractors third parties shared mailboxes all these things that are sort of long tail soft underbelly things that the attackers love <hes> and while it's unrealistic to get get to maybe a hundred percent m._f._a. Coverage certainly the front door office three sixty five is a high priority project <hes> i'd also say that detection paying.

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Traction obviously and with the with the mainstream press for the hacking angle but it does sound like rob like she just logged in with the credentials that you abreu's but was now not authorized because the relationship had ended yet but she and her defense is like well. My ex partner was terrible with money insure. She had enough in the account so it was a divorce dispute for god's sakes and everyone's acting like a space hacking. Hey we live to give so gary. Let's do it. Let's just call it space second and that is it for the week's news. You are off on your opulent company retreat next next week so you will not be with us alex. Thomas is going to fill in for you again but it's been great to have you back conduct this weekend. That will chat you into yeah ain't going to kick back. Take it easy loosen. Listen computer hacking and then <hes> yeah. Maybe a couple of time we can talk about old terrible things once again that was insomnia securities adam boiler there with a look at the week's security news headlines and keep in mind too that adam and his colleagues at insomnia run one of the best penetration testing red teaming companies out there <hes> and i'm sure regular listeners would are kind of knows what he's doing. Sorry i just something to keep in mind. Okay a couple of quick announcements now. Taurean is is security engineering company based out of the united states and they are doing a whole bunch of hiring in in both washington d._c. And austin. They're looking for something like fifteen people. They work on everything from typical pen tests <hes> through the specialists work for crypto currency currency exchanges work on space telescopes autonomous vehicles and i._c._s. and o._t. Staff both building and breaking so if you're in the austin or washington d._c. Areas head to this week's show notes to check out the details on those positions and one more announcement this week and i'm particularly.

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03:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Services dynamic discovery so some weird you you know a protocol that apparently you can use data tax. This is one story. I didn't read but i'm gonna guess. It's a reflection attack yeah. This is essentially just the classic ninety s murph attack back. <hes> you know about for a new generation. The service and question is like a multi kost u._d._p. Like soap yippee service. That's used by you know things like cameras imprint imprint and whatever else to facilitate discovery on the local network because its u._d._p. And generates a big response it's a perfect sort of place to <hes> spoof the source saying <unk> boxes get a big response going back khanna traffic amplification attacks. It's kinda made easier by the fact that is you know you'd ep on a funny port and a lot. The people don't have into enrage ability on the network anymore. <hes> but basics gonna fix that plus <hes> by a great candidate for that <hes> that sort of attack. 'em people i mean anything that traffic amps like this. This is going to eventually get used and people are using it yeah so apparently six hundred thirty thousand devices online using it but i mean that's the beautiful thing about amplification attacks right is when you when someone discovers scholars that oh you can do this with like n t you know what i mean like foster response to go where you want to and the responses thousand times larger than the request like you know happy days so that's why i didn't read this one because it is literally every u._d._p. Service yeah bicycling from which talks about an indictment against eighty fraud suspects who are conducting fraud like mostly business email compromise and stuff what i find interesting about this right is there alleging defraud victims out out of six million dollars and attempted to steal another forty million dollars and that's great but you think about the resources that would have gone into this investigation and then think about what forty million dollars attempted tempted theft six million successful looks like in the grand scheme of business email compromise four eighty not even scratching the surface. It's not even scratching through the top coat of paint yeah. It is unfortunate that you know that it is such a small operation by comparison how big this whole thing is. I think that's just because there's so many people doing right right. <hes> and i mean what's what's interesting here. I thought well this one is that they went off to the people who are operating the service that made bank accounts for people to move the money around rob people during the actual chill fraud or the people kinda <hes> mula these were the brokers that matched up people who had bank accounts meal with the people doing the extra four and then they taking account in the middle which is interesting. It's a good example of attacking the business model anywhere that works <hes> and they pick up these people because those are the ones that they can go after them can tie that to everybody else so just goes to show you can go anywhere along that chain of of money handling yeah yeah. I think they're going to be busy if they're gonna try. Try to make a meaningful impact. That's all i'm getting at now. You remember a few weeks ago. We spoke about this plan by khazakstan to force every person in the country to basically install i certificate in retrieve store and they browsers that would enable the government to men in the middle basically everything they do online browser micheals have pushed back on that and they're basically just going to blacklist whatever governments they pump out which is great that we've actually got the browser. Mike is just stopping it dead yeah yeah which even it's nice to see the browser manufacturers putting their foot down on the other hand. It's not a particularly big place and if someone else was doing it you know i kind of wonder if would would do the same thing and of course i'm not going to stand for some you know mozilla software hippies telling them what to do that is going to if they're mandating. Everyone stolen sola browser the twins stolen..

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03:03 min | 1 year ago

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"Seven is going to drop out of support in january the next year we are nowhere near ready for this same as how we were nowhere near ready for expediter to sort of drop off. This story points out that people on e. Five microsoft microsoft e five fancy licenses still going to get their patches and then i think they can pay like fifty bucks to receive updates for a second year and then yeah one hundred the bucks per device for a third year but there's just going to be a lot of unpacked win seven. I don't know how many people are on the five licensing. It's just it's everywhere. I mean even this story points out that something like <hes> where is it thirty. Seven percent of all desktop consumer and enterprise computer still run win seven well you see it really everywhere and i think the era it's gonna end up with a lotta win seven. That's not getting patched although the thing about these kinds of programs where they provide ongoing support for you know alam operating systems i gotta there's now the correct plight timothy elem <hes> is it really bad happens. You know that just going to release it for everybody like they've done in the past last right with <hes> with <hes> operations that were into fly from. They're like well. You know we were making the patches for windows two thousand nine posititions are we may as well ship them breaks peo- yeah so if we get a wannacry grade bog again now they'll ship the patches for free chickens but you've got to wonder if the type of people who are still running win seven at that point of the type of people who run pass right off the water right now speaking of pardon to is due you to end of life real soon and this has prompted the n._c._a._a. The national cybersecurity center in the united kingdom to issue a warning saying stop using using it for goodness sakes because this has potential to be the next struts. What are they wanting here. Evan disagree with them in the sense that you know it is going to live in clearly you shouldn't use end of life software in our kind of comparing it to strut so comparing to this convention in dubai. Tom cats and the sorts intellect windows. I don't quite in the same category. I think there's a lot of pies and there's a lot of things written in python but it's not quite at the same thing you know in terms of the tax just because of the white pipe and gets used you know the sorts of applications get built with that. I think are less likely to be mass owned in the way that stuff running. Thanks droughts is trying to make they wanna make a comparison. Make it real for people with a real example and and i mean there is a bit of friction moving from them to took three just because of the some of the language changes and things there are automated tools to help developers do that but you know most people changing a piece of software that you've been using detainees is a scary prospect speakers. You mean you even have the the source lying around python deployed by card without the corresponding sauce as there's a lot of reasons why people are reluctant to and there is a a lot of python embedded in system management stuff like i'm thinking package manages and bits inside lennox destroys <hes> do some of the housekeeping <hes> sorry sorry tale the i.

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03:32 min | 1 year ago

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"The more you read about this story the more you the more. I'm convinced that she needs a hospital. Not a jail cell like just seems people have passed around all sorts of in fire. You know various public foreign poorest forest since staff and social media stuff front page thompson and i don't think she's healthy right and this is. This is a pretty dire situation. Yes it does does not really make you feel great about his sitting in jail cell and u._s. Prisons obviously not super friendly and super great with people who have got extra circumstances does that make it difficult when she's clearly bean suicide points and that's <hes> you know how they're going to get better in a in a prison and yeah you can't help but really feel that the maybe more compassionate ways to deal with us but on the other hand you have to punch things so yeah i just said i have a feeling that if this if this was this had happened outside of the united states they would be hap- slightly different response given that it doesn't appear these types. We haven't seen anything to suggest that page. Thompsons activities were mired of aided by financial gain or a desire to cause destruction. Just seems kind of bizarre. Idiotic is i'm accents and those as people i tend to have an easier run people who do just stupid stuff without like hardcore criminal intent tend to have an easy around certainly in australia at least yeah yeah i mean obviously there's been plenty of hackers that do it out of nosiness or out of boasting or out of reasons that <hes> you know in the end you know kind of character flaws but not not malicious and yeah i think we have taken a more lenient line on those sort of people elsewhere in the world and maybe compassionate the thing that the u._s. could do it lately yep so we'll see how that pans out. We've got one here from tom brewster over at four orbs rotting up some research from pen test partners which is like mccain but in this case it looks like the portal that one of these security companies set up for owners to log into various things like they did a terrible job with that so so apparently you should like you can like zero off just like turn off twenty five thousand cows once yeah. This is a company called global matrix that make an immobilized legalized product by remote controlled cower mobilizes and yet turns out. There was just no off on whatever a._p._i. Way baby. I call you make to trigger them. Say you presumably the caa. <hes> you know the the individual devices sequentially indefinable somewhere to figure out what you pick them individual and yeah you just go ahead and make requests and the mobilized people's house house which doesn't seem ideal and it does underscore the extent to which products which are meant to be doing security stuff. You know very really are also themselves secure. You know people don't really either on dog for getting this. How can i be a cop. Telematics company is not <hes> necessarily known for being upwards of are they do say since the scott report it to them now. Fixed all vulnerabilities with their products are fantastic shame but i i guess look. This is an stop presses sorta story but i think the reason it's interesting interesting is because there are just got to be so many more like it. If that makes sense like we just headed to that world where there's just there's going to be hundreds. Maybe a thousand in companies offering similar products and garbage exactly right one of them's garbage until proved otherwise fifteen times exactly exactly now looks exp staying on a similar theme apparently cloning a tesla key fob like this was a problem in the past. They kind of fixed it. They changed the fob now now..

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03:08 min | 1 year ago

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"And you're thinking about how things are going to work it doesn't it isn't necessarily obviously that this is a thing that's not desirable or is is a thing that you have to think about you know the details win. This is being used for loud scou- county government protests is is just different than when you're designing a piece of software and dry think through the use case or whatever <hes> so yeah good example of you know really small. Perhaps even not a bag like telegrams confused about whether or not it's a you know what i'm saying that this is kind of designed behavior but maybe change the mind. I'm not sure that the channels else should be able to disable that behavior or maybe some sort of setting in the client. <hes> you know you can disable that that behavior. I don't know it would just be. They're going to need to do something thing about this. I think there was already a client side saying that says you know who can share your number than it did say that people group chats will be able to see when you selected. Nobody bought uh-huh and that's just not the impact is not clear to people until after they need their privacy and you know if you're if you're pushing an app that is meant to be previously preserving then you know the owners is kind of on you to make sure that either it works exactly like you say oh. You're very clear about the limitations over to the end users so they can make their own risk choices. Yeah retrospective upset never works out well as we all day before he needed his when you need it. We got all this story is just bonkers right attack in drama hacker drama. These one is legit interesting right because we got this russian security researcher who found a bug in the steam client from valve and it was a local priv- ask they reported valves hacker one program hackery program and of course valve vowed came back and said this is out of scope because we don't care about local now. That's fair enough right. It says you know this is out of skype. Whatever but then this guy starts getting pressured not to to publicly disclose it right in my mind. That's like you cannot have. It both ways right like if you're gonna put something out of skype. You don't get to decide what people do when they find something. That's out of skype. It's it's just it's as simple as that so of course in response this guy did publish <hes> the details of the bug then he got kicked band out of the out of the bug bounty program so of course he found another one and published that one as well and now valve is apologizing or whatever it is a big body miss but amiss entirely of they're making in my view based on what's reported. It just looks like they clearly in the wrong here. Yeah i was a little unclear from the reporting which parts of the decision making about the scoping and the response were hackel one uh-huh triaging per the rules by alvin they contract and how much was valve <hes> about either way lopez is clearly a thing that people care about them and i think in general you shouldn't install same thing that you don't expect to get because i mean games in general introduced so much a tax service possible the drivers and whatever else in general you shouldn't be relying on a box with steam gaming book at all to provide ribs but that said <hes> in local purpose people care about him valve. I think now saying that they could op- thank the terms of the program to include some local previous..

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03:46 min | 1 year ago

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"They're the same computer networks that are managing the right like that's how they divvy it up in the u._s. It does look like authorities. Zeroing in on this is a serious issue but i agree with you and i actually did recently come into someone that people traditionally wear a about the c- in the eye and not so much the and and availability is one hundred percent what they need to be concerned about here particularly this story draws attention in particular to the registration systems and making sure they're available in the lead up to the election but you only have to invalidate the results from a few booths by ransom wearing a few computers and you know. I'm not talking about real ransomware. I'm talking about like essentially really. It's a daughter destruction attack. That's pretending to be ransomware. You hit a few counties with that and in the titus sites it starts making things pretty pretty tricky in the all in the savai'i yeah and of course the perception aspects of an evening of it is only kinda ransomware and couple of bits and pieces you can really if you've got also a campaign to kind of make sure that's frost up in the media media really kind of undermined the confidence in the processes and the accuracy of results even if he didn't actually affect it sorry i mean there's lots of ways to skin that particular cat unfortunately absolutely now apple has re patched that colonel wagner on the i find that allowed for a whole bunch of jailbreaks sorry but jeez that would be. I'm guessing you and i both know people who are. I'm guessing. We don't need to rub it in too much but like you can imagine it would have been pretty this whole thing would have been pretty embarrassing. Yeah i can imagine there was quite a bit of face head slapping going on around the around the you know the infinite loop as they figured out exactly what what happened then. I'm sure whoever did in fact cox probably not flavor of the month over there at the moment about the they've applied the patch reapplied the patches now and of course there's also a bunch of people were quite happy because you know jail. Breakable modern is ferns actually quite useful thing to have so we might we might have taken the opportunity to fix couple of tastes devices careful. You don't get sued <hes> allegedly allegedly allegedly speaking of allegedly you. Gotta love the headline here on this story. <hes> alleged snake oil cryptography sues are the booze at black hat. Now this is of course you know that company time i yeah i got heckled a black hat and you know dan guido who got thrown out his. I'm as mad as hell and i'm not gonna take this anymore. The companies tend around this suing <music> black hat for like not enforcing the card of conduct for ten days and allowing people to burgum also like suing ten john people oh for brewing and like it's the streisand effect is gonna kick in. I don't think this is going to do anything to help. Them look less ridiculous. What's your take on this. Yeah i mean i think if anything comes out of this. It'll make you know black cat go. Oh you know selling talks. Lots to sponsors does come with some risks perhaps and this this is exactly what they what they should have been thinking about when they take on anyone who got a bit of money and wants to promote they rubbish because as someone who sells talks lots for a living yeah i can tell you there you gotta you gotta put in a bit of work back to make sure this sort of thing it's bad for you as well as you know for the audience and vergara end for the people to buy slots as well but in your reputation blackheath breath reputation is what's on the line right so they need to think more carefully about who they take money from perhaps <hes> and i'm sure this case will go no because it is kind of a bit stupid stupid but maybe think twice about what the interesting story here the protesters in hong kong.

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04:00 min | 1 year ago

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"I couple of topics. He'll tell us why proof point didn't attribute. I recent malware campaign targeting u._s. utilities to i._p._t. Ten despite there being some pretty a ten like tradecraft tradecraft used in that particular campaign they published some research on that campaign but the whole attribution thing was conspicuously absent. He'll talk about that. <hes> he'll also talk a bit about how thread hijacking is really popular with attacks at the moment and also at giant pain in the ass. That's where attack is takeover mile box and then just jump in with replies to existing mile threads and detecting that is hard because it's internal mile and the users are indicated so yeah it's a nice little mixed bag of topics there that is this sponsor interview with ron kalemba coming up after the news with that umbrella which starts now and adam first up this weak- we're gonna story from z._d. Net from kevin connor talking about those flaws in the whitman like admin web thing for knicks boxes alex and i spoke about the floor last week. That's being exported in the world as a bugs in some fairly popular corporate like s._s._l. V._p._n.'s from the likes of fortunate and pulse secure yeah fun stuff. Yes we are seeing an overall trained back toward server exploitation. You know we were doing doing surveys. Protection in the ninety s that difficult when we invaded far wools then onwards to browsers and now we're heading back towards set aside exploitation and this kind of bug you know in the you know in appliances and the v._p._n.'s and off wear been you know using a lot of web hosting and panels and things like that they are a really great target and i've always been a great dog we kinda got into the whole browser glenside phase of security and you know people these kinds of bugs the ones that nasa's a._b._n.'s drop the back at a lot of attention <hes> and seeing these getting getting taxes you know what we all expected <hes> having your network security controls and controls controls <hes> on compromised as always going to be a real bad day and you know for security companies selling security products that just is not good enough compounding things. A little bit is the fact that one of these fortinet bugs looks a little bit like a backdoor pass and measuring to it and receive credits in the process. That's the magic strings in in that sort of kid. I think the feature was normally for like resetting apostle when you forgotten the password which is a thing wheels backdoor dog. I mean the fact that there's a magic valley. The venue literally cold magic. Yes can pass that. Lets you get in without all like that's. What are you doing. Yes what are you doing so i've linked through to a couple of stories on that and the slide deck from black hat guys in more detail on those v._p._n. Flaws we're going to see it from a technical which basically just i round up of. The supply chain was facing open source projects. This is from dan. I'm good. I mean it's all stuff we've covered on the show but it's a little bit sobering to read all of this in the one article. Isn't it yeah people. Have i think you know there's always been attacks against open-source software software supply chain. I mean going in the sauce. Ford's was getting earned people back during stop them and that was the case you know fifteen years ago but because of the way the modern software system is kind of going on back to really using open source software after a period where there was a bit less of that you know people are sort of relearning what that means and yet when you see it all lined up like dance done in this piece you all of the different ruby gems resumed back on the python libraries. We've seen backdoor way men. Obviously <hes> you know was itself a supply chain backdoor into the built environment and you know all sorts of other things when you see a really lined up about it does make it quite clear in how much of a thing this is and you know when we dynamically composing everything into you know dog containers runtime. The supply chain is more more rapid than those kind of spy..

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

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"Studios in Buckhead. It's eighty degrees WAFS Atlanta. WF. S. H FM HD three Athens. News this hour townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda roster. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says that President Trump is not concerned about the recent North Korean missile tests. We know that the activities at no point that took place over the last several weeks have been a threat to the United States or our allies and we're gonna continue pushing forward to the ultimate goal, and that's denuclearization of the peninsula genders told NBC's meet the press the president remains convinced North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN will move toward denuclearization. The national weather service says a tornado touchdown in the tosa, Oklahoma area overnight, damaging structures uprooting trees and toppling power lines officials had confirmed a tornado caused damage in the Tulsa suburb of Sepulchre and surrounding areas, Saturday, the tornado spawned by powerful storm system that had rolled through the state and occurred, not long after another tornado killed two people and injured twenty nine others in El Reno. It's about twenty five miles west of Oklahoma City, El Reno. Mayor Matt white said right now. It's a difficult time for. For people dealing with all the destruction pray for the families. People have absolutely lost everything. You're not gonna believe devastation things from the pitchers of those poor families that were in that try to house overseas car maker Fiat Chrysler is proposing a fifty fifty merger with Francis Renaud amid carmaker consolidation push Greek Prime minister Alex sippers calling for early national elections. In his country following the defeat of his party at the European parliament elections, sippers credited, his government for pulling the country out of the austerity imposed by Greece's creditors and said voting for Sunday's winner. The conservative new democracy would be turning back to the quote darkness of steady the darkness of crisis. The oligarchs and the International Monetary Fund news and analysis at townhall dot com. Maybe you'd.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

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"The day and streaming live. It's the news you need twenty four seven biz eleven ninety dot com. Strauss y always right on the money biz eleven nine whether a summary field the forecast for the next several days overnight, fair to partly cloudy sky, low around sixty mostly sunny warmer, Monday, I low eighties. We'll be pushing the upper eighties lot sunshine on Tuesday becoming humid as well. From the Weather Channel here in Atlanta. I'm thrust toddler live from the online dot com studios in Buckhead. It's seventy degrees. WAFS Atlanta WF S H FM HD three Athens. News this hour, townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rockstar. Vice President Mike Pence says Indiana and America will never forget, the leadership and service of former longtime Senator Richard Lugar, Richard Lugar's, political career began with the seat of the Indianapolis school board in the early nineteen sixty two it's close twenty twelve ending thirty six years in the US Senate during that time Lugar, concentrated on foreign policy and national security, including a program under which the US paid to dismantle insecure thousands of nuclear warheads and missiles in the former Soviet states Lugar could be critical of both democratic and Republican presidents telling the George W Bush administration in June of two thousand seven it had bungled efforts in Iraq. We have said goals that are unrealistic, and we have inadequate. He's factored in the broader regional consequences of our actions Luger left office after losing twenty twelve Republican primary to a tea party back candidate. He died Sunday at the age of eighty seven. Tim McGuire Washington Saturday shooting at a southern California synagogue was on the list of things to talk about on the Sunday news shows national security adviser, John Bolton told Fox News Sunday. It was a despicable act and don't.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

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"L WAFS Atlanta. S H FM HD three Athens, biz eleven ninety. Let's start twenty to hurt them next electoral cycle. TSA says they've acknowledging that is an increase in the number of employees have been calling in sick during the shutdown, but they're not giving out any numbers. TSA employees are expected to work without pay because their jobs are considered essential National Park Service reached deals with more than sixty partner groups, concessionaires and states to handle trash removal, restroom, cleanup and other basic tasks more than forty parks. The first democrat planning a run at the to the White House traveling to massive traveling Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren testing waters in Iowa Senator Warren talked about her plans for the country which include investing in education, healthcare and housing. We should dream big fight hard and take back our country. But the first audience question was about Warren's DNA tests and President Trump. I can't stop Donald Trump. From. What he's gonna do then she pivoted back to her message. What twenty twenty it's going to be about? It's not about my family. It's about the tens of millions of families across this country. Julie Walker reporting this is townhall dot com. Thinking about life insurance. What if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from nearly a dozen highly-rated price-competitive companies? Well, that's exactly what happens when you call selectquote life. For example, George is forty he was getting sky-high quotes from other companies because he takes meds to control his blood pressure..

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02:58 min | 2 years ago

"waf r." Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Virtue hours is to how will they right size? We have something else in common. We see come the latest business news where WAFS. WFAN FM HD three Athens division of Salem media group on the NASDAQ essay Yellen. Eleven ninety. This hour from townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda Rauscher. President Trump awarded the medal of honor to retired marine. John kenley for his bravery and heroism during the Vietnam war despite sustaining serious injuries. Very very serious injuries. He continued to face down the enemy with no thought for his own safety. Canley? Now, eighty years old is responsible for saving the lives of more than twenty fellow marines in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. The president says the US is asking Turkey for audio and video relating to missing Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi. If it exists. The president today calling Saudi Arabia an important ally, not gets important customer for US military exports. Turkish officials of Shoghi was murdered in the Saudis. Istanbul consulate which Saudi officials are denying. North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp tells cave. V L Y a staff member who helped gather names for a newspaper ad that identified some victims of sexual abuse without their permission is no longer with her campaign. One of the greatest dodgers of all time that that leaders do is they blame someone else. And and this was not I wasn't someone who personally monitored this ad, but my name was on the bottom, and I'm the responsible party. The incumbent Democrats campaign though denied to say whether the staffer was fired or resigned the ad that ran Sundays in several North Dakota. Newspapers was presented has an open letter to Kevin Kramer, her Republican opponent critical of Kavanagh's confirmation to supreme court. Vice President Mike Pence scheduled to help a long shot Republican candidate in Virginia. He'll be in Richmond Saturday campaigning for Republican Ryan mcadams. News and analysis at townhall dot com. Thinking about life insurance. What if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from nearly a dozen highly-rated price-competitive companies, or that's exactly what happens when you call selectquote life, for example, Georgia's forty he was getting sky-high quotes from other companies because he takes meds to control his blood pressure. But when I shopped around I found him a ten year five hundred thousand dollars policy for under twenty five dollars a month. I'm selectquote agent, Dan Savino, give me if selectquote isn't shopping for your life insurance, you're probably paying too much for your free quote. Call.

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

"waf r." Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"WAFS WFAN FM HD three Athens division of Salem media group on the NASDAQ guess essay Yellen. Eleven ninety. News this hour from townhall dot com. I'm Val deore vote on supreme court nominee break. Cavanaugh Thursday has been postponed after a woman accused Judge Kevin of sexual misconduct when they were in their teens. Instead the two will be questioned under oath on Monday. Meanwhile, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell did not want to postpone the confirmation vote on Cavanaugh, and he accused Democrats have eleven eleven our excuse me delaying tactics the coddled noting the Democrats failed to mention these allegations during dozens of meetings public hearings and even closed door session after Democrats have spent weeks and weeks searching for any possible reason that the nomination should be delayed. Now. Now, they choose to introduce this allegation and the majority leader backing efforts by judicial committee. Chairman Charles Grassley together more information, I have great confidence. In chairman Grassley on his ability to proceed through this process. Capitol hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes reporting. The Democrats have known of the accusation since July. It just brought it up last week drivers for the ride hailing company. Uber are frustrated over a glitch that keeps them from being paid immediately. San Francisco based Uber was still working to fix a problem. That was reported Friday spokesperson said the company has identified an issue with its instant pay feature and that drivers will be paid instant pay allows drivers to be paid immediately for rides. It's not known what caused the issue when it began or how many drivers were affected. Meanwhile, frustrated and angry drivers are taking to social media saying they don't like working for free. And that they need the instant payouts for gas. Keith Peters reporting. Russia's military says one of its aircraft with fourteen people on board has disappeared over Syria's Moreno Mediterranean Sea coast, the Russian defense ministry said in a statement Tuesday that the jet went off radar about twenty two miles from the coast late Monday on Wall Street Monday..

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

"waf r." Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"WAFS WFAN FM HD three division of Salem media group on the NASDAQ guess essay, Ellen. Eleven ninety Hour from townhall. Dot com I'm. Patrick fos Senate leaders appear unusually United, in questioning president transfer remarks. About Russia Senate. Majority leader Mitch McConnell says Russia has done many things to show it is not a friend of the US not to mention the indisputable evidence that they tried to impact the twenty. Sixteen election Senator McConnell was reacting to President Trump's remarks during his trip overseas in which he seemed to embrace. Russian President Vladimir Putin, minority leader Charles Schumer likewise condemned the, president's behavior but statements are. Not enough we need, action senators mulling over a number of legislative proposals including increased sanctions, against Russia, Linda Kenyon Capitol Hill President Trump is doing damage control after his Russia remarks back at the White House following his Helsinki summit the president sought to clarify. His public undermining of American intelligence agencies he said he had misspoken when he said he saw no reason to. Believe Russia had interfered, in the two thousand sixteen US election, it was a rare admission. Of error by Mr., Trump who also repeated his claim that, there was no collusion between, his campaign, and Russia What has correspondent Greg Clugston police say two gunman firing from opposite sides of the Philadelphia street unleashed a hail of bullets on four. Children including killing a fourteen year old boy the other three children were wounded Philadelphia police captain John Ryan told WT x f TD dead Anymore Still be killed in our, streets chief. Inspector Scott small, says it appears that the children who were shot were deliberately targeted found twenty spent shell casings on the street and on the. Sidewalk it appears that the shooter which firing and a southbound direction and that's where we found. Victims, oh possible.

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Group photo masks underlying tension at G-7 summit

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02:37 min | 3 years ago

Group photo masks underlying tension at G-7 summit

"Suspects can expect life in prison if convicted dean reynolds cbs news chicago president trump flew to candidate today for the seven meeting the first of two high profile summits on his agenda this group photo mask the underlying tension over trade disputes and mr trump's call to invite russia back into the group we jiang is covering the summit in quebec creek prompt from canadian prime minister justin trudeau produced an all smiles photo of the g seven leaders earlier he welcomed president trump to the summit with a warm handshake but just hours before at the white house the president was not so friendly we are not going to live with the bills where they are european union says very unfairly canada very unfairly american allies are fuming over new us tariffs on steel and aluminum imports and over the president saying those tariffs will strengthen national security trudeau has called the claim insulting and waf able today he and president trump had a one on one meeting a made a joke about their differences justin has agreed to cut all sheriffs trade barriers between canada the united states so very happy i'd say nafta's in good shape my friend french president emmanuel macron also sat down with president trump and he said the results were positive all the signs find agreements and ever the crow has made clear if talks don't lead to compromise the other six leaders would be willing to sign a common communique by the end of the summit without the us president trump's focus maybe divided this morning he suggested russia should be allowed back into the group gradimir putin was kicked out in twenty fourteen for annexing crimea should let russia come back in because we should have russia at the negotiating and the president said he is still prepping for his summit with kim jong even during his trip to canada i have worked i have about fifteen bucks a war on the plane president trump got here to the g seven late and his taking off early departing tomorrow morning for singapore so he'll miss key talks about climate change the white house says the change in schedule is so he can get settled in and have meetings before sitting down with kim jong hoon jeff wages in quebec us tonight.

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"waf  r." Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

"waf r." Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"And dr gordon what won't want to review want me to reveal everything has to do with a that bad blood panel on but you certainly confront and information of if you ever are fortunate enough to work with them and we have a just a ton of information on all things traumatic brain injury and arm and on our website waf tbi dot org g o kyko so what were the some of the levels at you had that were low that you need to be corrected do you remember yeah i mean basically every hormone um that's produce in your body or or through the patou itary gland was affected because of damage to the hypothetical autonomous in the two itary land but testosterone growth hormone armed dhea craig need alone are what else lou nizing hormone liu nizing releasing hormone releasing hormone form a off of my head those were some major ones that were completely insufficient and do you get your levels checked regularly now to make sure they're still up to par yes so as with the the protocol that we prescriber subscribe to initially that first year you're going to do it every three months are ninety to one hundred twenty days and then you after you get into a pretty good spot hopefully after a year you switched to every six months so i i have mine reject routinely every six months okay so are you getting all these like um uh all all the hormones donna like one psyche how often do you i guess do you get the injections for them for the spurs appeals well et again everything is uniquely different based on the individuals physiological need so anything i tell you is only applicable to be in and me alone and it would be only applicable to eu based off your lab analysis and what your body is deficient in so i'll tell you this.

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"waf  r." Discussed on WGTK

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02:06 min | 4 years ago

"waf r." Discussed on WGTK

"Spokesman christopher coaster tells waf f tv that officials got reports of an active shooter on the base he has there are no confirm casualties television stations in the area are according to the hospital officials as saying they've heard of no incoming patients more than thirty thousand government employees work daily at redstone corresponded jeremy house the trump administration sounding the alarm over the possibility of another syrian chemical weapons attack un ambassador nikki haley notes a president has issued a stern warning to the assad regime not to do out believed that the goal is at this point on not just descend assad a message but descend russia and iran a message if this happens again we are putting you on notice and syria ally russia is dismissing those u s reports nother ransomware attack sweeping across europe with ukraine especially hard hit crane in prime minister volodymyr grossman says that the cyber attack affecting his country's unprecedented but vital systems haven't been the affected spotted zaria sharply in london the second largest drug maker here in the us confirming its manufactured by that cyber attack new jerseybased merck confirms its computer network has been compromised so major us veterans organizations among those voicing concern about the senate republican health care bill group play they're worried about the impact and rising insurance costs might have on military veterans and their worried that the va which has already underfunded won't be able to fill the coverage gap on wall street the dow down about eleven points the nasdaq off forty three and the s p trading five points lower more of these stories a town hall not cop too little tablets is all it takes to make your thinning hair feel and look thicker and polar guaranteed vivus gal is the number one drugfree hair grow supplement in the us with one box being sold every minute globally it's clinically research to promote existing hair growth for men and.

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