Dennis Fisher talks with Paul Kocher of Cryptography Research about the details of the attack on RSA, what the attackers might have stolen and what the compromise of the seed file for the SecurID tokens would mean for customers.
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Dennis Fisher talks with Alex Lanstein of FireEye about this week’s takedown of the Rustock botnet, the important legal precedent it helped set with Microsoft’s lawsuit and the mechanics behind the operation and dismantling of large-scale botnets.
Dennis Fisher talks with Microsoft’s Katie Moussouris about the way that the Trustworthy Computing effort at Microsoft has changed, how the security community has evolved since she got involved in the 1990s and the challenges–and fun–of being a woman in security.
In the triumphant return of the Digital Underground podcast, Dennis Fisher talks with Alex Howard (@digiphile) of O’Reilly Media about the open government and open data movements, how they’re affecting security and the ways in which Internet freedom and privacy play into the current climate online.
Dennis Fisher talks with Gary McGraw of Cigital about the current climate of FUD and rhetoric surrounding cyber war and cyber espionage, the state of software security in the government and military and the potential need for a software Cash for Clunkers program.
Dennis Fisher talks with Anup Ghosh, founder and chief scientist of Invincea, about the rise of browser and PDF exploits, the company’s new virtualized PDF security product and whether the Reader X sandbox will make a difference in preventing widespread PDF attacks.
Dennis Fisher talks with Alex Hutton of Verizon Business about the company’s release of the VERIS Community Application and the need for better data in the security community on attacks and incidents.
Dennis Fisher and Paul Roberts discuss the controversy over the HTC G2 code modification, America’s supremacy in the rankings of bot-infested countries and the viability of the new Exploit Hub as a business.
Dennis Fisher talks with author Adam Shostack about the merits of the user-centric privacy model, why users don’t pay more attention to privacy and data collection and the need for smarter privacy regulations.
Threatpost editors Dennis Fisher and Paul Roberts talk about the revelation that Stuxnet included four previously unknown flaws, the padding oracle attack on ASP.NET Web apps and the return of unofficial patches for zero