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The Ryan & Roel Show Episode 9

Categories: Podcasts, Vulnerabilities

Adobe vs. Microsoft on Security Response – Fri, March 6, 2009

Ryan and Roel discuss the latest zero-day vulnerabilities (and attacks) affecting Adobe and Microsoft customers and compare the response from the two software vendors.


The Ryan & Roel Show Episode 6

Categories: Government, Malware, Podcasts

USB Malware Mess – Fri, November 28, 2008

The boys explain the latest news around Lenovo distributing a malware-infected driver software and the network worm that forced the U.S. military to ban the use of USB drives and other forms of removable media.


The Ryan & Roel Show Episode 5

Categories: Podcasts, Vulnerabilities

Explaining AMTSO principles – Fri, November 21, 2008

Ryan grills Roel on the latest “principles” document coming out of the AMTSO (Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organizing) and the two spar over the value of such a massive effort.


The Ryan & Roel Show Episode 4

Categories: Podcasts, Vulnerabilities

In-the-wild worm attacks exploitation – Fri, November 7 2008

In this special episode, Ryan and Roel get to the bottom of the new in-the-wild worm attacks exploiting the Microsoft MS08-067 vulnerability. Listen as Roel provides a blow-by-blow of the two different Trojans now targeting Chinese-language versions of Windows.


The Ryan & Roel Show Episode 2

Clickjacking: Ryan and Roel tackle browser-threat hype – Tue, October 21, 2008

The cross-browser clickjacking threat, malware on new Asus EEE machines, phishing and the elections/financial crisis, the iPhone security mess, Microsoft Patch Tuesday and the exploding fraudware/rogueware problems.


The Ryan & Roel Show Episode 1

Categories: Malware, Podcasts, Web Security

Welcome to the Show – Mon, October 20 2008

In this show, we introduce ourselves and recap the Virus Bulletin 2008 conference. We talk about the MBR Trojan (bootkit), the controversy surrounding anti-virus testing standards, information on the blackmarket for online gaming passwords and some data from Microsoft’s malicious software removal tool (MSRT).