7 Minute Security is a weekly information security podcast focusing on penetration testing, blue teaming and building a career in security. The podcast also features in-depth interviews with industry leaders who share their insights, tools, tips and tricks for being a successful security engineer.
7MS #463: DIY Pentest Dropbox Tips - Part 5
This episode continues our series on building DIY pentest dropboxes, and focuses specifically on how to automate the creation of a Win 10 pentesting VM.
7MS #462: Pentesting with the Hak5 Key Croc
Today we talk through our first engagement using Hak5 Key Croc to steal and exfil data.
7MS #461: Tales of Internal Network Pentest Pwnage - Part 26
OK I probably say this every time, but I'm gonna say it again: this tale of pwnage is my one of my favs - and not because of the tools/tradecraft, but because of why the company needed our help in the first place. I think I'd file this under the category of "rescue and recovery mission" more than a pentest, but it was a total blast.
I also cover a few tangents, including how COVID shot #2 gave me nightmares about leprechauns and indirectly caused me to de-pants in front of a large Webinar audience.
7MS #460: Why I'm Throwing My UniFi Gear Into the Ocean
Warning: this episode is ONLY a big, fat, crybaby whine-fest about how I'm ditching all my UniFi gear after loving it for years.
7MS #459: Cyber News - Microsoft Exchange Makes the World Cry Edition
Today's episode of cyber news covers the Microsoft Exchange server woes, SonicWall's zero-day, hacked water supplies and more!
7MS #458: Interview with Tanya Janca
Today's episode is a featured interview with appsec guru, author, musician, community builder and biz owner Tanya Janca!
I thought I knew a few things about being a windows admin until Brian showed me a new world. I was board with where I was now I want to move into security.
Become too political
I persisted through all the quirkiness of the podcast but Brian has recently saw fit to become political on his podcast. Not what I came here for. Bye!
The podcaster has too many pauses and doesn’t keep the momentum up when telling the story, reviews, etc. it’s like listening to someone telling a story while they are driving in traffic or taking a poop. content is entertaining.