Dennis Fisher talks wi[img_assist|nid=2486|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=100|height=100]th Rich Mogull, founder of Securosis, about the behind-the-scenes effort by the Honeynet Project and others to identify Conficker-infected PCs, as well as the hype surrounding the DLP market and the level of DLP adoption.
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Dennis Fisher talks with Ori Eisen, founder of 41st Parameter, about the roots of online fraud, how the credit card companies and banks could have done better and whether we need to start from scratch with a new Internet.
Digital Underground podcast with Dennis Fisher
In this episode, Dennis Fisher talks with Dino Dai Zovi, a security researcher and co-author of “The Mac Hacker’s Handbook,” about the ease of exploiting Mac OS X, the value of vulnerability research and his “no more free bugs” campaign.
In the debut episode of the Digital Underground Podcast, Dennis Fisher talks to Paul Judge, founder and CTO of Purewire, about the security of cloud computing services, reputation systems and the growing threat of social networks.
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 Kido Worm Attack – Fri, Jan. 23 2009
Ryan and Roel discuss the propagation techniques behind the Kido/Conficker worm attack and make important recommendations around protection and mitigation.
Emergency IE Patch – Fri, January 9, 2009
Ryan and Roel dissect the latest wave of malware attacks against Microsoft Internet Explorer browser and discuss the company’s plans to ship an emergency out-of-band update.
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.
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.
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.