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Information Security, Threat Intelligence, and all the Cybers - With Javvad Malik and Scot Terban.@J4vv4D@krypt3ia

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Information Security, Threat Intelligence, and all the Cybers - With Javvad Malik and Scot Terban.@J4vv4D@krypt3ia

    The Iranian Backlash

    The Iranian Backlash

    Iran says Israel killed military nuclear scientist remotely

    'I don't see any way around it': Former Navy SEAL McRaven says retaliation for assassination of top Iranian nuclear scientist all but certain

    The Carole Baskin story we mentioned

    Twitter names famed hacker 'Mudge' as head of security
    Another Alex Stamos situation?

    Dodgy Zoom invite brings down $75m hedge fund

    Microsoft productivity score feature criticised as workplace surveillance

    Accused email scammers busted in Nigeria for alleged fraud against 50,000 victims 

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Back from the pocket universe

    Back from the pocket universe

    The good doctors are back to discuss the most pressing issues. 

    Stories in this episode (in addition to the usual banter)

    Has Biden actually won the election?
    Or was it stolen? Who will drag Trump out kicking and screaming and what damage will he do in the meantime? 
    How did the million MAGA march go? https://www.npr.org/2020/11/15/935181031/a-march-without-millions-is-still-a-worrying-sign-of-a-nation-divided
    Fake news is here to stay
    And the networks that protect them https://www.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN27S35P 

    Muslim pro, ain’t very pro muslim
    The U.S. military is buying the granular movement data of people around the world, harvested from innocuous-seeming apps, Motherboard has learned. The most popular app among a group Motherboard analyzed connected to this sort of data sale is a Muslim prayer and Quran app that has more than 98 million downloads worldwide. Others include a Muslim dating app, a popular Craigslist app, an app for following storms, and a "level" app that can be used to help, for example, install shelves in a bedroom.

    • 42 min
    Tikity Tok

    Tikity Tok

    We discuss Tik Tok, China, other social medias.

    And Scot depresses us all. 

    • 42 min
    Everything is burning

    Everything is burning

    In a more-depressing-than-usual episode, we try to talk about APT's (well, they're password spraying so there's nothing advanced about it).

    Chat a bit about the VDBIR.

    Inevitably we go down the dark dark hole where everything is burning. 

    • 49 min
    Season 2 | Lockdown

    Season 2 | Lockdown

    We return after a seasonal break to a very different world which has thrown us off balance. 

    So, there is a lot of pontification. Talk about COVID19, phishing scams, what organisations can do in this time to beef up their security, what organised criminals are doing, and of course, the most important issue of all... Tiger King! 

    • 52 min
    The Iranian Cyberdogs of War

    The Iranian Cyberdogs of War

    CYBER!: Iran’s Military Response May Be ‘Concluded,’ but Cyberwarfare Threat Grows

    Cybersecurity experts are seeing malicious activity from pro-Iranian forces, and warning that Iran has the capacity to do real damage to American computer systems.


    CYBER CYBER CYBERRRR!: DISINFORMATION: The Middle East Was Already a Powder Keg of Misinformation. Trump Just Lit the Match.
    Thousands of shady social media accounts have been pumping out a crossfire of propaganda and misinformation across the Middle East.

    The Weaponization of Nostalgia: How Afghan Miniskirts Became the Latest Salvo in the War on Terror

    In the 1979 – at the end of Afghanistan’s “Golden Age“ – only 18% of Afghans were literate – and average life expectancy was only just above 40, meaning that half of Afghans died before that age.

    The average Afghan was certainly not wearing miniskirts and attending Kabul University, nor were they taking fashionably-dressed vacations to the mountains in imported cars. This was a very small urban elite and middle-class segment of society shown in the pictures of Kabul in the 1970s, and one that did not reflect the conditions of the majority of Afghans.

    CYBERING INTENSIFIES!: How Iran Can Still Use Cyber and Drone Technology to Attack the U.S.

    What are precision-guided weapons such as ballistic missiles and drones capable of?



    CYBERRRRRR!: Texas Says Attempted Cyber Infiltration Surges: Iran Update

    Texas Reports Surge in Cyber Interference (10:18 p.m.) ERMEGERD A PING SWEEEEP!


    Zomg cyber graffiti! A government website was ‘defaced’ with pro-Iran messaging and an image of a bloodied Trump. Hackers claimed responsibility.
    Blood runs in rivulets down President Trump’s chin as a fist punches his left cheek. Two golden missiles, each emblazoned with the Iranian flag, shoot across the bottom of the illustration.
    “This is message from Islamic Republic Of Iran,” reads text in English.


    A happy hotel with a sad ending


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    • 50 min

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