Minicast Episode 2

This is the second episode of the CyDefe minicast. On this episode we are joined by Dave Kennedy and Ben Miller

On this episode we discuss Facebook being sued over privacy concerns, Facebook tracking non-users, and audio fingerprinting being used to track web users.

Minicast Episode 1

This is the first episode of the CyDefe minicast. We will be doing a lot of minicasts in-between our main podcast to keep delivering awesome content to our listeners.

On this episode we discuss the LinkedIn breach and its impact today.

From the show

krebs on security list



Episode 22 The one after the long break

On this weeks episode we discuss checking for malware in your firmware with Google's VirusTotal, Getting pwned by hearthstone hacking tools, Fake Flash Update Serves OS X Scareware, and the FBI trying to scrub its employees data off of the web. 



Episode 19 The one with Shannon Morse

On this weeks episode we are joined by Shannon Morse. We discuss hacking chip and pin cards, malware that replaces your browser, a FitBit danger, and the rise of OS X malware.


Shannon morse

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Rise of OS X malware report

FitBit attack example

Episode 11 Hacking Team fails and Mr.Robot giveaway

This week we talk about the Hacking Team hack and many of its implications. We also annouce the key for our Mr.Robot giveaway.

How to disable Adobe Flash Player

Google Chrome

1.Type "chrome://plugins" into a new browser tab and hit Enter or Return.

2. Click the Disable link under Adobe Flash Player.

Microsoft Internet Explorer

1. Click the gear icon at the top right of the browser window.

2. Scroll down to and click Manage add-ons.

3. Select Shockwave Flash Object.

4. Click Disable.

Mozilla Firefox

1. Click the stacks icon at the top right of the browser window. 

2. Scroll down to and click Add-ons.

3. Scroll down to Shockwave Flash and change the setting to Never Activate.

The Hacking Team Working Timeline

July 4th

-Attack began

July 5th

-400 GB of data were uploaded. Source codes uploaded to GitHub and audio recordings, emails, documentation, invoices, and source code spread via torrents

July 6th

-Hacking teams twitter was compromised with a tweet stating “help were being attacked” and the attackers continued to tweet for many hours after

Episode 9 The one without Micheil.

On this weeks episode we discuss the last pass hack, a Samsung smartphone flaw, exposed internet of things devices, and cyber crime can give attackers a 1,425% return on investment

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Decryption tools






Episode 8 The mystery of the missing data.

This week we cover Facebook privacy concerns, Chinese hackers stealing federal data, FireEye and visa create a pact, and SOHO Security finds more vulnerable routers.

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Security audit uncovers more than 60 flaws in 22 models:

Observa Telecom AW4062, RTA01N, Home Station BHS-RTA and VH4032N; Comtrend WAP-5813n, CT-5365, AR-5387un and 536+; Sagem LiveBox Pro 2 SP and Fast 1201; Huawei HG553 and HG556a; Amper Xavi 7968, 7968+ and ASL-26555; D-Link DSL-2750B and DIR-600; Belkin F5D7632-4; Linksys WRT54GL; Astoria ARV7510; Netgear CG3100D and Zyxel P 660HW-B1A.