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SpiderLabs Radio: October 9, 2014

In this episode: BadUSB iWorm OS X botnet Tyupkin ATM malware Here are some of the links discussed in this week's show: BadAndroid v0.1 Phison BadUSB code We'd love to hear what you think or what you'd like to hear...

SpiderLabs Radio: October 2, 2014

In this episode: All things Shellshock DerbyCon was GREAT, thanks for asking Get well soon, Cap'n Crunch Here are some of the links discussed in this weeks show: Mubix's existing shellshock attack vectors and PoCs SpiderLabs: Shellshock a Week Later:...

SpiderLabs Radio: September 18, 2014

In this episode: Apple's new security features in iOS8 XSS bug reintroduced in Kindle Bleep, a new secure messaging app Android Browser Privacy Bug Updates for Adobe Reader/Acrobat We'd love to hear what you think or what you'd like to...

SpiderLabs Radio: September 11, 2014

In this episode I talk about the non-existent massive leak of 5 million Google email credentials and discuss the security aspects of Apple's newly announced Apple Pay payment system. We'd love to hear what you think or what you'd like...

SpiderLabs Radio: September 4, 2014

In this episode: All things iCloud and Naked Celebrity Leaks Plus tracking Criminals with VirusTotal Links mentioned in this podcast: VirusTotal tracking and analysis We'd love to hear what you think or what you'd like to hear in future episodes....

SpiderLabs Radio: August 28, 2014

In this episode: Synolocker cure from F-Secure Windows Update re-released Android App hack Sony PSN DDoS, bomb threat Backoff update Beeswarm New Netflix tools We'd love to hear what you think or what you'd like to hear in future episodes....

SpiderLabs Radio: August 21, 2014

In this episode: New Gameover Zeus Variant Synolocker Gang Calls It Quits Microsoft Pulls a Patch Hacking Traffic Lights Grabbing Audio From a Phone's Gyroscope Stealing GPG Keys By Touch Links mentioned in this episode: Speech From Gyroscope Study: http://crypto.stanford.edu/gyrophone/...

SpiderLabs Radio: August 14, 2014

In this episode: Trustwave's new live Global Security Report New Backoff PoS malware family The Magnitude Exploit Kit How hard is it to crack 625,000 passwords? Historical security trends You can see the new live GSR over here: https://gsr.trustwave.com. We'd...

SpiderLabs Radio: July 17, 2014

In this episode: Vulnerabilites in password managers New Gameover Zeus Malware Kronos Malware Tesla Model S Vulnerabilities Google's Project Zero Network Attacks during World Cup We'd love to hear what you think or what you'd like to hear in future...

SpiderLabs Radio: June 19, 2014

In this episode: Tweetdeck suffers from an XSS worm Even Hackers pick bad passwords MS releases an Emergency Patch SimpLocker Android Ransomware encryption bypassed Researchers find vulnerabilties in both Google Play and thousands of Apps New towelroot root exploit for...

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...