Drupal, Microsoft, & NSA – Paul’s Security Weekly #556

In the news, Microsoft built its own custom Linux OS to secure IoT devices, another critical flaw found in Drupal CorePatch your sites immediately, Facebook plans to build its own chips for hardware devices, NSA reveals how it beats 0-days, and more on this episode of Paul’s Security Weekly! Paul’s Stories Microsoft built its own […]
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Long Live Penetration Testing – Paul’s Security Weekly #556

We’ve spent time defining the value of penetration testing, how we can do them better and how organizations can make the most out of this activity. The question today is, “Do we still need penetration tests?”. If you are conducting penetration testing today or in the market for some testing, this segment is for you! […]
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Adrian Sanabria, Savage Security – Paul’s Security Weekly #556

Adrian is the Research Director and Co-Founder of Savage Security. He spent a decade building security programs and defending large financial firms. He also spent many years as a consultant, performing penetration tests, PCI audits and other security-related assessments. He joins Paul and the crew this week for an interview! Full Show Notes Subscribe to […]
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RTF Bugs, Attacking Accountants, & Trollcave – Paul’s Security Weekly #555

In the news, RTF bug finally gets patched, so many ways to bridge an air gap, attacking accountants, spoofing all the ports and Trollcave, and more on this episode of Paul’s Security Weekly! Paul’s Stories Trollcave: 1.2 ~ VulnHub Malicious IoT hackers have a new enemy Warranty void stickers ‘not valid’ in US Portspoof – […]
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Got Privs? Extract and Crack the Creds – Paul’s Security Weekly #555

In the bad old days we used to exploit LSASS memory to dump hashed credentials from memory. When dealing with a domain controller, and a large environment this is dangerous. This segment will address a safer way to extract hashed credentials from the environment for subsequent download, and cracking. Full Show Notes Subscribe to YouTube […]
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Ron Gula, Gula Tech Adventures – Paul’s Security Weekly #555

Ron is a Serial Cyber Security Entrepreneur. He founded Tenable Network Security and Network Security Wizards, and has 15+ years experience as CEO in cyber security industry. He joins Paul and the crew this week for an interview! Full Show Notes Subscribe to YouTube Channel
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Intel, Cisco, Facebook, & Twitter – Paul’s Security Weekly #554

In the news, Intel drops plans to develop Spectre microcode for ancient chips, Critical flaw leaves thousands of Cisco Switches vulnerable to remote hacking, VirusTotal launches ‘Droidy’ sandbox to detect malicious Android apps, Facebook and Twitter may be forced to identify bots, and more on this episode of Paul’s Security Weekly! Paul’s Stories Intel drops […]
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Masha Sedova, Elevate Security – Paul’s Security Weekly #554

Masha Sedova is an industry-recognized people-security expert, speaker and trainer focused on engaging people to be key elements of secure organizations. She is the co-founder of Elevate Security delivering the first human-centric security platform that leverages behavioral-science to transform employees into security superhumans. Full Show Notes Subscribe to YouTube Channel
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Katherine Teitler, MISTI – Paul’s Security Weekly #554

Katherine Teitler is the Director of Content for MISTI, where she is responsible for programming information security conferences, workshops, and summits. Katherine also writes on a variety of security topics for the company’s Infosec Insider, and contributes articles to third-party security media. She joins Paul and the crew this week for an interview! Full Show […]
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Apple, Meltdown, & Atlanta Hackers – Paul’s Security Weekly #553

In the news, Apple macOS Bug Reveals Passwords for APFS Encrypted Volumes in Plaintext, Windows 7 Meltdown patch opens worse vulnerability, Atlanta Hit by Ransomware Attack Impacting Multiple Services, and more on this episode of Paul’s Security Weekly! Full Show Notes Subscribe to YouTube Channel
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