On this week's show we'll be taking a look at the disclosure of security vulnerabilities in Web applications.
An interesting blog has recently popped up here. If you visit (at your own risk), what you'll see there is basically nothing but screen caps of owned Web applications. They're big targets, too.
We're talking about Facebook, RBS WorldPay, that sort of thing. Browsing through that blog is a very diverting 20 minutes.
Is owning sites and posting the results like this unethical? We thought we'd ask our guest Adam Pointon. He's a CSO for a financial services company that operates a very complicated web application for tens of thousands of users.
We'll also be chatting with our sponsor guest Paul Asadoorian this week. Paul is the co-host of the PaulDotCom Security Weekly podcast. When he's not in front of a microphone, Paul's out there being Tenable Network Security's evangelist. This week we're chatting with him about some interesting research the SANS Institute has released which revealed which weaknesses in corporate security are actually doing the most damage.
This week's special news guest is Munir Kotadia.
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