Threatpost editors Ryan Naraine and Dennis Fisher discuss the botnet being controlled through Twitter, Obama and cybersecurity, as well as the new Linux kernel flaw.
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Dennis Fisher talks with Microsoft’s Adam Shostack about the Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium, the definition of privacy in today’s world and the role of technology in helping to enhance and protect that privacy.
[img_assist|nid=3727|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=100|height=100]Threatpost editors Ryan Naraine and Dennis Fisher discuss the DDoS
attacks against Twitter, Facebook and LiveJournal and delve into
Apple’s Mac OS X patch and Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday plans.
[img_assist|nid=8327|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=100|height=100]Dennis Fisher talks with researcher Moxie Marlinspike about the innovative research on attacking the inherent weaknesses in the SSL infrastructure that he presented at Black Hat, and the tools he has released to demonstrate the attacks, SSLSniff and SSLStrip.
Dennis Fisher talks with Joe Grand of Grand Idea Studio about the design for this year’s DEFCON badge, the secret feature he added that no one has uncovered yet and his research on hacking smart parking meters.
Threatpost editors Dennis Fisher and Ryan Naraine discuss the recent vulnerabilities in ActiveX controls, Microsoft’s slow response to the video control flaw and the slew of DDoS attacks against U.S. government and commercial sites.
Dennis Fisher talks with security researcher Dino Dai Zovi about his upcoming Black Hat talk on Mac OS X rootkits, exploiting the Mac and the value of hacking contests and internal code reviews.
Dennis Fisher talks with Robert “Rsnake” Hansen about his Slowloris tool, low-bandwidth DoS attacks and the law of unintended consequences.
Dennis Fisher talks with Jon Callas, CTO of PGP, about the history of cryptography, the evolution of PGP itself and the future of cloud security.
Dennis Fisher talks with Jeff Moss, the founder of DEFCON and Black Hat, about the history of the shows, the Michael Lynn-Cisco incident and the evolution of the hacker culture.