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.
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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
Dennis Fisher talks with HD Moore about the newly discovered DLL load vulnerability in Windows, which affects several dozen applications and can be used by attackers to silently compromise remote machines, as well as the guidance and workarounds that Microsoft is offering for users and developers
In the long-awaited return of the News Wrap podcast, Threatpost’s newest editor, Paul Roberts, makes his debut as he and Dennis Fisher discuss the Network Solutions parked domains hack, the troubling attacks emerging on smartphone platforms and the odd story of a Trojan-infected PC being linked to a 2008 airplane crash.
Dennis Fisher talks with Alex Hutton of the Verizon Business RISK team about the new Data Breach Investigations Report, the involvement of the Secret Service in this year’s report and the need for more and better data on attacks and successful defenses.
[img_assist|nid=5901|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=100|height=100]Dennis Fisher talks with Paul Judge and David Maynor of Barracuda about new research the pair will be presenting at BSides Las Vegas and Defcon this week on the start of a reputation system for Twitter accounts, how attackers use search engines to spread malware and what kinds of sites are most likely to be serving you SEO-related malware.
[img_assist|nid=5885|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=100|height=100]Dennis Fisher talks with independent security researcher Dino Dai Zovi about his upcoming Black Hat talk on return-oriented exploitation, the value of exploit mitigations such as DEP and ASLR, the new crop of vendor bug bounties and why we don’t have any good data on zero-day attacks.
[img_assist|nid=5747|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=95|height=95]Dennis Fisher talks with Caleb Sima of Armorize about the company’s scheduled talk at Black Hat on China’s cyber army being canceled under pressure from the governments of China and Taiwan.Talk on Chinese Cyber Army Pulled From Black Hat