Wed, 20 December 2006
I figured I owed everyone a podcast, and while it's short and lacking on details, it'll give you a little idea of why I've been so little in evidence lately. Basically, it's to stop me from saying something I shouldn't while stressed at work. This should all be resolved or close to it by the next show, which by the way will be January 2nd, 2007. I'll be travelling the day after Christmas, so unless I surprise myself and do a car cast, there probably won't be a show next week.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 55, December 19, 2006
Time: really short
Wed, 6 December 2006
I'm back to my old format of discussing a number of interesting security issues from the last week in tonight's show. My voice is still recovering from my illness over the Thanksgiving week. I'm also working on the move to the new colo server and Wordpress in the next week or two. Hopefully I'll be able to coordinate with Michael Farnum to join me on the podcast next week.
Dave Slusher at the Evil Genius Chronicles is sick
Larry Pesce from Pauldotcom Security Weekly has a new book out, Wireshark and Ethereal. Okay, he didn't write it, but he contributed.
IHOP asks for customer's drivers licenses and they give them
Is this a major break in the ATM system? I don't think so.
CJ Kelly thinks the DDoS attack is dead, but Michael Farnum and I disagree. And the evidence is in our favor.
Adam sides with the Seahawks fans, but Rich thinks a pat down is just the price you have to pay to go to a safe game.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 54, December 28, 2006
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