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Today's podcast is inspired by the Dog Days Of Podcasting (#DDOP). It is a single focus recommendation on why I have NMAP in my security toolkit and why you should consider it.
EDITED on 8/2/2014
The most current podcast has been released Tech News Radio #373.
The following are items currently in the queue for being included in a future podcast (no ETA):
The following are currently items of interest but probably not something we will cover in the next podcast (they propobably will be posted on @technewsradio):
- The 'new' eXploit magazine is devoted to learning about and examining exploits. The first edition is focused on: Metasploit, PMI, WSDL, SOAP, DoS
- Wickr is a secure communications app for Apple iOS that has no central repository of msgs & includes a msg self-destruct option
- Path is a "social network" that limits your social circle to no more than 150 people (aka Dunbar's number)
- Pair is an mobile application that only allows for communication between just two people
The following items were recently posted on @technewsradio:
- USB hub allows simultaneous syncing of 49 iPads https://t.co/OO9H7HW
- DEFCON 19 Podcast Review #security #news #research #hacker #conference https://t.co/rbCr7hK
- SpokenWord.org gets about 1000 new programs every day & they are looking for curators of categories to make the content more organized
- BigBlueButton is a open source collaboration and training system that integrates a bunch of open source projects https://t.co/mEL5dDS
- PC World has more details on the recent news from Qualcomm about their planned updated Snapdragon mobile processor https://t.co/lQQO8y4
- YouTube has a great overview presentation on how "Prezi for iPad" works https://t.co/sHFJBSo
- Amazon EC2 is now supporting Virtual Machine (VM) Import to Amazon EC2 instances https://t.co/35n2UtJ
- IObit has announced a freeware version of Game Booster v2 for Windows that is geared for improving game performance https://t.co/Q0lWB4D
- Via Box.net ... you can get e-signatures features via DocuSign services integrated with documents stored on Box.net
- Getting started with project management? - "scope, time & "cost" - a good reference at Wikipedia https://t.co/oVIzQIX
- "Heroes of the Computer Revolution" original book looked at hackers & nerds from the late 1950s to the early 1980s https://t.co/H4Vz2kM
- arborjs.org - a graph visualization library using web workers and jQuery https://t.co/Zao0gyv
DEFCON 19 was in Las Vegas, NV from August 4-5, 2011. This yearly computer network security and hacker conference is full of cutting-edge research, detailed demos, awesome presentations, and a lot of partying. The podcast coverage was pretty good also. Here are my recommendations:
- Network Security Podcast
- Southern Fried Security Podcast: #59 Defcon Review
- Social-Engineer.Org: Live at Defcon 19
- PaulDotCom Security Weekly - Episode 254 Part 2 (08-11-2011) [wiki]
- Exotic Liability: #78 Con-dom
- Eruo-Trash Information Security Podcast
If you are interested in hearing my thoughts about DEFCON 19 then check out the PaulDotCom.com podcast (08-11-2011). I am the boring "IT Guy" trying to avoid the topic of "hot" women visiting the PaulDotCom.com booth. If you'd like to see a copy of my notes (13+ pages) then drop me a personal email to: "s h o l d e n @pobox.com."
- MacCast 2011-07-26: Review of Apple Mac OS X Lion Release (News, Tips & Tricks)
- Author Debriefing (August 16, 2011) - The Triple Agent: The al-Qaeda Mole Who Infiltrated the CIA
- Southern Fried Security Podcast: Interview with Andy Ellis @CSOAndy [#58] & Interview with Rich Mogull [#57]
- IT Pro Show by Same3Guys: Detailed look at OpenStack
- KPBS Midday Edition: Social Media - Can It Keep You From Getting A Job?
- This Week In Google (TWIG) #108: Excellent coverage of the Google & Motorola News
TECH NEWS RADIO PODCAST #372 | 2011-08-20 | Browser Phishing, National Cyber Range & Microphone Hijack
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Today's podcast examines three stories about computer network security:
- New browser tab and window phishing attack threats.
- Barry Rosenber at Federal Computer Week examines DARPA's National Cyber Range plans.
- Tim Wilson at DarkReading.com has coverage of new microphone hijacking attack options.
- Windows Weekly 221: Mango, Windows 7 security, Hotmail, etc.
- MobileTechRoundup 245: tablet news, new phones, latest mobile updates
- Security Now 313: How The Internet Works: ICMP & UDP
- Marketplace Tech Report: 911, eBooks, riots, fantasy footboll, Wikipedia
- Typical Mac User Podcast 237: Lion FDE, Dropbox, PadPivot And Denoising Audio
- Wall Street Journal Tech News Briefing: All the latest business tech news fro WSJ.com
It is a great listen with excellent production. I highly recommend listening with a good set of headphones if possible.
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Today's podcast examines portable audio recording options and some podcast production and distribution technologies. Links mentioned in this podcast include:
- Yahoo's Podcasters Mailing
- Zoom H4n
- Zoom H2
- Edirol R-09
- Zoom H1
- Marantz 660
- Apple iPad
- WordPress Audio Player
- Google Player
- Playtagger from Yahoo
- Amazon CloudFront
- Encoding's Apple & Amazon Streaming