Risky Business #51 -- Frozen RAM is a cool attack

Previously on Risky Business...
26 Feb 2008 » Risky Business

On this week's show we look at the James Bond-style attack on BitLocker involving frozen RAM. We also chat about Microsoft's "good worm" brainwave, the Australian Institute of Criminology's cyber-crime survey and more. This week's show is brought to you by Sophos and hosted by Vigabyte.

On this week's show:

  • ZDNet Australia's Liam Tung discusses the week's news with host Patrick Gray
  • "Homeless hacker" turned legit computer security consultant Adrian Lamo gives his take on the frozen RAM attack
  • Sophos' APAC head of technology, Paul Ducklin, talks good worms in this week's sponsor interview
  • The Australian Institute of Criminology's principal criminologist Dr. Russell Smith discusses Australia's largest every computer crime survey, which is coming soon!

This week's SoundFoundation track is Geek Manifesto by the Winnie Coopers.