On this week's show we'll be checking in with Richard Forno on the fallout from the OPM breach. Richard has been kicking around in DC infosec circles for a long time now and he let's us know what the mood is like inside the beltway.
In this week's sponsor interview we chat with Chris Gatford of HackLabs! HackLabs is an Australia-based pentesting and consulting firm and we're speaking to Chris about the changing nature of security consultancies.
Adam Boileau, as usual, joins the show to discuss the week's news, which has been dominated by calls for the axing of the Flash plugin and the continued fallout from the Hacking Team breach.
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Flash. Must. Die. | WIRED
Microsoft nixes A-V updates for XP, exposes 180 MEEELLION luddites \u2022 The Register
Ubuntu PC maker System76 abandons Flash, says it's too dangerous | Ars Technica
Firefox blacklists Flash player due to unpatched 0-day vulnerabilities | Ars Technica
Adobe: We REALLY are taking Flash security seriously - honest \u2022 The Register
Once again, Adobe releases emergency Flash patch for Hacking Team 0-days | Ars Technica
Hacking Team's Flash 0-day: Potent enough to infect actual Chrome user | Ars Technica
Hacking Team Used Spammer Tricks to Resurrect Spy Network - Krebs on Security
Hacking Team spyware rootkit: Even a new HARD DRIVE wouldn't get rid of it \u2022 The Register
How a Russian hacker made $45,000 selling a 0-day Flash exploit to Hacking Team | Ars Technica
Hacking Team's snoopware 'spied on anti-communist activists in Vietnam' \u2022 The Register
Hacking Team touts new spyware suite, calls leaks now "obsolete" | Ars Technica
Critical OpenSSL bug allows attackers to impersonate any trusted server | Ars Technica
Dozens Nabbed in Takedown of Cybercrime Forum Darkode | WIRED
As Predicted, OPM Director Resigns in Wake of Epic Hack | WIRED
New Bill Would Grant Lifetime Credit Monitoring to OPM Victims | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
A $200 privacy device has been killed, and no one knows why | Ars Technica
ProxyGambit - anonymize net over GSM or PTP link
Sixty-five THOUSAND Range Rovers recalled over DOOR software glitch \u2022 The Register
Hackers sell 79,267 Cloudminr accounts for ONE Bitcoin \u2022 The Register
DEA agent slugged a MEELLION dollars for Silk Road snipe \u2022 The Register
Papa don't breach: Wannabe singer jailed for hacking Madonna \u2022 The Register
Wow, another NSA leak: Network security code appears on GitHub \u2022 The Register
New RC4 Attack Dramatically Reduces Plaintext Recovery Time | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
Oracle Patches Java Zero Day | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
New PHP Releases Fix BACRONYM MySQL Flaw | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
Firefox 39 Out With Patches for Four Critical Vulnerabilities | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
MS kills critical IE 11 bug after exploit was shopped to Hacking Team | Ars Technica
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS15-058 - Important
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS15-068 - Critical
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS15-067 - Critical
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