Ed Skoudis, Counter Hack Challenge – Paul’s Security Weekly #586

Ed Skoudis, Founder of the Counter Hack Challenge and Kringle Con 2018, joins us on the show to talk about this years challenge and what’s in store! “Welcome to Counter Hack Challenges, an organization devoted to creating educational, interactive challenges and competitions to help identify people with information security interest, potential, skills, and experience. We […]
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Don Murdoch, Regent University Cyber Range – Paul’s Security Weekly #586

Don Murdoch is the Assistant Director at Regent University Cyber Range. Don discusses his book “Blue Team Handbook Incident Response Edition”. Full Show NotesFollow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Hosts
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Taylor Swift, KringleCon, & 3D Head – Paul’s Security Weekly #586

How Taylor Swift used Facial Recognition to Thwart Stalkers, unlocking android phones with a 3D printed head, Ticketmaster fails to take responsibility for malware, and it’s December of 2018, To Hell with it, Just patch your stuff already! Paul’s Stories Taylor Swift Used Facial Recognition to Thwart Stalkers – According to Rolling Stone, a facial-recognition camera was […]
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Marriott Breach, Lame Printer Hack, and Docker – Paul’s Security Weekly #585

This week, how Docker containers can be exploited to mine for cryptocurrency, WordPress sites attacking other WordPress sites, why the Marriott Breach is a valuable IT lesson, malicious Chrome extensions, why hospitals are the next frontier of cybersecurity, and how someone is claiming to sell a Mass Printer Hijacking service! Paul’s Stories Top 5 New […]
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SilentTrinity: Marcello Salvati, BHIS – Paul’s Security Weekly #585

Marcello Salvati is a security consultant at BHIS, and is giving a technical segment on SilentTrinity. Marcello will solve the red team tradecraft problem of gaining dynamic access to the .net api without going through powershell. To learn more about Black Hills Information Security, go to: https://www.blackhillsinfosec.com/PSW Full Show NotesFollow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Hosts
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Lenny Zeltser, Minerva Labs – Paul’s Security Weekly #585

Lenny Zeltser the VP of Products at Minerva, will be giving a technical segment on Evasion Tactics in Malware from the Inside Out. He will explain the tactics malware authors use to evade detection and analysis and find out how analysts examine these aspects of malicious code with a disassembler and a debugger. To learn […]
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“Dunkin” Donuts, Microsoft, & Marijuana – Paul’s Security Weekly #584

Hackers breach Dunkin Donuts, how insiders are serious threats to security in an organization, the return of email flooding, Microsoft helps police shut down fake tech support in India, and how Las Vegas police are cracking down on Black Market marijuana sales! Paul’s Stories Insiders Are Serious Threats to Cybersecurity in an Organization – Workforce – No […]
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Wietse Venema & Dan Farmer, SATAN – Paul’s Security Weekly #584

Wietse Venema and Dan Farmer, the Developers of Security Administrator Tool for Analyzing Networks (SATAN), talk about their experience as developers, their journey to creating SATAN and their decision to keep SATAN a open source tool. Full Show Notes Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Hosts
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Sven Morgenroth, Netsparker – Paul’s Security Weekly #584

Sven will talk about PHP Object injection vulnerabilities and explain the dangers of PHP’s unserialize function. He will show the format of serialized PHP Objects, explain PHP’s magic methods and how to write an exploit for a PHP Object Injection vulnerability during his technical demo. Full Show NotesFollow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Hosts
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John Moran, DFLabs – Paul’s Security Weekly #583

John is a Senior Product Manager at DFLabs, where he performs a wide variety of tasks from product management to content development and partner management. John Moran talks about IncMan SOAR and how DFLabs Automation & Response platform helps automate, orchestrate, and measure CSIRTs and SOCs. To learn more about DFLabs, go to: www.dflabs.com/securityweekly Full […]
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