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SpiderLabs Radio: June 12, 2014

In this episode: Oleg Pliss has been captured The first real Android ransomware "Red Button" Attack on Smart TVs MS Patch Tuesday round up 2 Teens Responsibly Hack an ATM TW SpiderLab's own Oren Hafif finds a Gmail bug Links...

SpiderLabs Radio: June 5, 2014

In this episode I talk about some odd ransom ware targeting Apple iDevices and I go over the vulnerabilities affecting a popular Wordpress plugin as well as the new vulnerabilities discovered in OpenSSL. We'd love to hear what you think...

SpiderLabs Radio: May 30, 2014

In this episode I talk about: New vulnerabilities in Chip and Pin cards A new 0day IE vulnerability Outlook for Android doesn't encrypt email Truecrypt sets the rumor mill ablaze with a vague shutdown and multiple vulnerabilities discovered in LEA...

SpiderLabs Radio: May 15, 2014

In this episode: I review the Microsoft and Adobe patch release Another online cryptocurrency hack Ransomware finally hits Android Researchers disclose methods to evade android malware scanners A US Navy sailor might also be the leader of hacking group Team...

SpiderLabs Radio: May 8, 2014

In this episode: Wannabe Facebook hackers hack themselves John McAfee helps launch a new secure messaging app Some new vulnerabilities and disclosures surrounding iPhone Symantec claims that Antivirus is dead A vulnerabilitiy in Dropbox exposes shared links 4chan hacked and...

SpiderLabs Radio: April 24, 2014

In this episode: The Darknet gets its very own search engine AOL accounts hacked to send spam Google refunds fake anti-virus app Patched backdoor in Wi-Fi routers can be reopened Apple releases patches for iOS and OS X Researcher claims...

SpiderLabs Radio: April 17, 2014

In this episode: A researcher shows how to locate and unlock a Tesla Model S Weev is freed, but for an odd reason Lavabit is not so lucky with their appeal We learn (again) why biometric authentication is not a...

SpiderLabs Radio: April 10, 2014

In this episode I bid a fond farewell to Windows XP; Microsoft patches that RTF 0-day vulnerability, Some Ransomware authors get a lesson in crypto, A new do-nothing security app that literally did nothing, and the vulnerability giving everyone heartburn,...

SpiderLabs Radio: April 3, 2014

In this episode I talk about GMail making HTTPS mandatory, a move some people don't like; Microsoft announces a 0-day exploit targeting the RTF parser in Word and Outlook; and Ploutus, ATM malware that's making the news. I also interview...

SpiderLabs Radio: March 20, 2014

In this episode we talk about the Windigo malware campaign, how a well-intentioned hacker brought down the Google Play Store twice, Trustwave acquires Cenzic, vulnerability disclosure mailing list Full Disclosure shuts down, the final results of the Pwn2Own competition and...

SpiderLabs Radio: February 27, 2014

In this episode we talk about the Apple "gotofail" SSL vulnerability, SEA is still around and hasn't stopped hacking, the source code from some Android malware gets leaked publicly, a student gets caught mining Dogecoins on university computers, Bitcoin exchange...

SpiderLabs Radio: February 20, 2014

In this episode we look at the new Linksys worm dubbed TheMoon, two new exploits target a 0 day vulnerability in Internet Explorer, a new Zeus variant hides using stegonagraphy, and I talk to Trustwave Spiderlabs' Ziv Mador and Ryan...

SpiderLabs Radio: February 13, 2014

In this episode we look at Facebook's open-sourcing of the Android crypto API "Conceal", more POS malware in JackPOS, Microsoft retires MD5, hacking cars, the biggest DDoS to date, mobile security and APT campaign "the Mask" is revealed. links from...

SpiderLabs Radio: January 30, 2014

In this episode we look at a rash of gas pump credit card skimmers, the Syrian Electronic Army keeps itself in the headlines, Guccifer has been arrested and the FBI issues a warning about POS Malware. I also continue my...

SpiderLabs Radio: January 23, 2014

In this episode I sit down with Grayson Lenik, a forensic expert for Trustwave SpiderLabs. We talk about Point-of-Sale malware, including common attack vectors as well as remediation steps to help protect businesses using POS systems. Listen to SpiderLabs radio...

SpiderLabs Radio: January 16, 2014

In this episode: Updates, updates, updates! With Oracle's Quarterly Critical Patch Update coinciding with Patch Tuesday we have updates galore including for Java, Adobe, and Microsoft. In other stories, 7,000 unencrypted patient records were accidentally thrown away, malware was discovered...

SpiderLabs Radio: January 3, 2014

Welcome to the SpiderLabs Radio Reboot! As we bid our old host, Space Rogue, a fond farewell, we welcome our new host, Karl Sigler. In this week's podcast we will revisit some of the biggest security stories of 2013. So...