When I started the Technology podcast in March of 2006, I intended for it to be an all round podcast from Security news, demos on software, blindness related stuff and much more. In about 2016 or so, maybe later, I noticed more breaches and vulnerability disclosures in my feeds than anything else, and the tech podcast took a huge break as I was covering the same things all the time.
Someone approached me and wanted to do a tech and security program, and that 2018 show didn't last very long. The show only lasted 5 episodes. While I saw potential, I felt that this show just wasn't cutting the mustard of my standards! Meanwhile, I continued to do tech podcasts sporadically, but I knew the security field needed to be covered.
In 2020, I approached Herbie, the main owner of 986 the mix, KKMX International and asked if there was room to do a show about security. While we have a full-time tech and music show, mine was specificly going to cover the landscape which seems to be my life, and I have hosted it since July of that year.
The Security box is a weekly show that covers the security landscape, and may contain some tunes. We take anywhere from 3 to 4 hours, and there are a few longer ones, but the typical show is somewhere in that neighborhood. Some may be shorter.
The show may contain some adult language in discussion, please keep this in mind when listening.
Want to listen live? You can through the independent channel of the mix usually Wednesdays at 11 am PT, 1 PM CT. If we change it, it'll be announced through the mix on our listeners list and social media. The section of the page before the podcast directory will also list the change as well, check it to see when our next show is scheduled to air live. The TSB list will also be notified. The link to the mix's site is above. If I know in advance, its also announced on that week's show as well.
Besides the mix, there are two other networks who carry our show. The show is broadcasted Friday mornings at 8 CT, 6 PT on Blue Streak Radio.
We are also being picked up on International Friends Radio Network Mondays at 2 PM Central time. There is a web player on the page that you can use, or contact them for direct listen links. You can also find a listen link on the tech blog under blogroll that will say International Friends Radio Network.
There may be breaks for the holidays, similar to other podcasts that might do such practices, it'll be announced if a break is coming.
In the following table, find the complete archive of TSB by podcast number, date of first broadcast and description. The description, otherwise known as show notes, will be annotated; please find full show notes on the technology blog. Look for the podcast category where all podcasts are listed. If the show notes are short enough, the entire show notes will be given.
The numbers in parenthesis will be the file size for your convenience. For example, podcast 1 (150mb) means that you're on podcast 1, and its 150mb in size. The podcast number will be a link for easy download or listening!
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The next scheduled TSB program is February 28, 2024. Fixed one month wrong entry while here. Also fixed punctuation issues in one of the dates.
|Date of broadcast
|Annotated Show notes
|podcast 180 (170.3mb)
|February 21, 2024
|Hello everyone, welcome to the security box, podcast 180. On this podcast, Phishlabs will guide us through something I don't think we have ever seen. It talks about a service that is a web host service, but it is a completely different type of web host. They didn't classify it as bulletproof hosting, but something called phishing as a service. Two different companies are mentioned. Besides that, we've got news, notes, the landscape and your thoughts. Thanks so much for listening!
|podcast 179 (209.2mb)
|February 14, 2024
|Hello folks, welcome to the security box. This is program 179. This time, we'll venture off the path a bit and talk a little bit about romance scams. Instead of using the article as a guide, we'll talk about it in more general terms. Did you know that Valentines Day is one of the biggest times for this type of scam? Besides that, we'll have news, notes and the landscape as we always do. Thanks for listening and make it a great day!
|podcast 178 (218.3mb)
|February 7, 2024
|Hello everyone! Welcome to the security box, podcast 178. On this podcast, we're going to talk about the landscape, the news, and the crazy. We are also going to talk about the threats of Social Engineering as well. We give you the best blog posts of the week as well. We hope you enjoy the program, and make it a great day! The best blog posts will be on the blog copy of these notes.
|January 31, 2024
|Welcome to podcast 177 of the Security Box. On this podcast, we seem to be on a password discussion, as lots of articles have come out in regards to the subject. Our topic even will include talking about passwords. We'll also have things to ponder, possibly some morons, and a great time as always! The show notes are extensive, including links to some of what we talk about. Consensus indicates they're a good thing.
|podcast 176 (178.3mb)
|January 24, 2024
|Hello folks, welcome to the security box, podcast 176. This podcast is mainly going to be an open forum, but we will have some topics coming. We might have some morons, some things to ponder, and whatever is on the minds of those that come on live.
|podcast 175 (166.7mb)
|January 17, 2024
|Hello folks, welcome to the security box, podcast 175. I've been out sick, and now we're back to bring you what we wanted to bring you this past week. We've got news, notes, the landscape, two morons, things to ponder and a topic dealing with dark web threats targeting the airline industry. Thanks so much for listening and make it a great day!
|podcast 174 (127.7mb)
|January 3, 2024
|Welcome to podcast 174. On this podcast, we're just traversing the landscape and some of our longer posts and things that caught our attention. In most ways, this isn't complete, but just some. Terry, Nick and I take you along for the ride. Enjoy!
|podcast 173 (165.8mb)
|December 13, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to podcast 173. This is going to be the last podcast of the year as it comes to live programming. Don't worry, we'll continue to blog things of importance, and I'll look through our podcast notations for some good things and put out a final podcast of the year. Our next live program will be on January 3, 2024. On this edition of the program, we'll have our news and notes segments, the moron, two things to ponder which are extended versions and of course our topic dealing with the HHS and their fine on an agency who got breached.
|podcast 172 (156.5mb)
|December 6, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to the Security Box, podcast 172. On this podcast, we've got two different morons, a look at the landscape, a few things to ponder and our topic dealing with the Q3 report on the landscape which includes QBot and other variants out there causing havoc.
|podcast 171 (197.4mb)
|November 29, 2023
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 171. We hope that each and every one of you have had a happy Thanksgiving and have recharged your batteries. On this edition, we're making it official and am bringing back the things to ponder. We'll explain what we're going to do and we put it in practice last podcast. If these things to ponder have blog posts, we'll link them from right within the program's show notes so you can read what we're talking about. We'll also have news, notes, any moron of the podcast and our topic talking about URL shorteners and a recent trend with them. We hope you enjoy the show as much as we have bringing the show for you!
|podcast 170 (78.3mb)
|Hello folks, welcome to the podcast. We're talking about password managers in a big way today. Links to the major managers are given. Its not a complete list, and there may be others I'm not aware of that may be trusted or we don't know much about. We bring back things to ponder in a different way and you'll get a taste of this in this podcast. I hope you enjoy the program as much as we have bringing it together for you. Happy holidays from all of us at the JRN!
|podcast 169 (193.3mb (193.3mb)
|November 15, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to TSB podcast 169. On this program, we're going to talk about Generation Z and an article I found that delbt with their privacy concerns. We may also have a moron, news, notes and more.
|podcast 168 (175.5mb)
|November 8, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to the security box, podcast 168. On this program, we'll see if we've got any morons, a service that is a phishing service, news, notes and more.
|podcast 167 (204.2mb)
|November 1, 2023
|A bunch of things to close out NCSAM. Caller ID spoofing, companies not following COPPA, and more.
|podcast 166 (146.3mb)
|October 25, 2023
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 166. On this program, news, notes, the landscape and our thoughts on updating software. Check the blog for all of the latest news we've blogged and remember to subscribe to TSB's email list to get direct articles and comment on things.
|podcast 165 (147.3mb
|October 18, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 165. We've definitely got at least one stupid moron award, that could be taken in two different ways. Next moron, Twitter, in an interesting move on charging non-paying users for access to twitter $1 a year according to their own twitter notification I saw. The topic this week is going to be on Credit cards, debit cards, online VS offline shopping and what we can do.
|podcast 164 (126.1mb)
|October 11, 2023
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 164. Today, we catch up on some erata we did not get to last time in regards to passwords. We've also got the topic of domains and talk a little bit about the different type of domains and their purpose. We also talk about the guide we published on the blog which will also be linked herein. We have stupid moron awards with links to blogs and much more. This is the program that aired live on October 11, 2023. Thanks for listening!
|podcast 163 (162.5mb)
|October 4, 2023
| Hello folks, welcome to the Security Box, podcast 163. On this episode, we go through the news, talk about a very interesting interview and then tackle our first topic of NCSA
|podcast 162 (148.3mb)
|September 27, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 162. On this edition of the podcast, we'll run through the blog and list, anything else on audience insights and more. This is week 2 of the open forum. Hope you enjoy the program!
|podcast 161 (148.1mb)
|September 20, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 161. On this podcast, we're covering a few notations of the recently released IOS 17, tons of articles from the blog, and having ourselves an open forum. We hope that you enjoy the program as much as we did putting it together for you.
|podcast 160 (107.4mb)
|September 13, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to podcast 160. On this week's edition, we'll reveal the sudden absence of TSB, we'll have news and notes from around the landscape that folks may have read, and aa very interesting topic that deals with Freenom and the phishing landscape. Apparently, Facebook is in this too. Of course, we'll have any questions answered that people have too. Thanks for your support of TSB and thanks so much for listening!
|podcast 159 (151.9mb)
|August 30, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 159. On this podcast, we're going to have a two-part article discussion dealing with fraudulent activity when it comes to retail and the dark web. This came to us via Phishlabs. Besides that, we may have some stupid morons to talk about, the landscape as usual, and your comments and questions if any.
|podcast 158 (149.3mb)
|August 23, 2023
|Welcome to podcast 158 of the Security Box. On today's podcast, we've got at least one moron, we've got an interesting topic that deals with Facebook getting fined, again, and of course we'll cover the landscape and what has been read and blogged as of late.
|podcast 157 (146.4mb)
|August 16, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 157. This week, we ay be talking about a very interesting topic coming out of connecticut which might or might be a moron. We'll talk about other news and notes from the landscape, and yes, today's topic is on ransomware groups and one which says you should pay the money to charity instead of the group itself.
|podcast 156 (132.5mb)
|August 9, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to the Security Box. This is program number 156. On this episode of the program, we're going to talk about a very interesting article that was published back in April on what we've learned about stopping Russia's hackers since the war has started. Also, this program will have news, notes, the landscape and much more.
|Podcast 155 (167.2mb)
|August 2, 2023
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 155. On this program, we've got an update to Age Verification which we've not seen any update since. This Verge article may be something that could be of interest if it turns out to be true. We'll also talk about the news and notes from the landscape and much more.
|Podcast 154 (138mb)
|July 26, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to program 154. On this edition of the program, come with us for some news and notes, a recollection of someone who can change after making mistakes, and a topic talking about DDoS for hire services that have been shut down within recent times which could be a good thing.
|podcast 153 (206.3mb)
|July 19, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to the Security box. This is program 153 and on this edition of th program, we're going to talk about a potential new threat that we might need to learn about. We'll also have potential morons that has crossed our desk, news and notes from around the landscape and more.
|podcast 152 (186.5mb) ,
|July 13, 2023
|On this edition of the program, we've got an open forum of topics. Lots of them have been covered through the years while others have been covered on the blog or TSB's email list. We hope that you enjoy the program as much as we put this together for you. See you next time!
|podcast 151 (148.6mb)
|July 6, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 151. I hope that each and every one of you have had a great July 4th holiday. On today's podcast, we're going to have an updated discussion on BEC which stands for Business Email Compromise. On top of that, we'll see what else the landscape has to offer. We hope you enjoy the program and thanks for listening!
|podcast 150 (180.4mb)
|June 28, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to the Security Box, podcast 150. We're made it! On this podcast, we're going to talk about Ransomware gangs and the fact they're now using zero days. We may or may not have a moron, we'll cover the news and we'll see what else people have to say as the program progresses. Some Strong Language.
|podcast 149 (112.5mb)
|June 21, 2023
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 149. On this podcast, we may or may not have a moron, we'll definitely have news, notes and the landscape and a topic talking about a threat we thought was long gone. That threat? Emotet. Its back.
|podcast 148 (133.3mb)
|June 14, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 148. On this podcast, I may have a complete moron with a company, we'll have news, notes and more. The topic deals with passwords and it isn't looking that great.
|podcast 147 (152.8mb)
|June 7, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 147. On this edition of the program, I believe I have a very interesting but true story that must be told with the names being changed to protect the innocent, or is it guilty? We've got a very interesting article talking about the structure of ransomware groups, and no, we're not talking about specific named groups, just something that probably wouldn't surprise someone who reads this type of news. We'll see what else the landscape has to offer with news, notes, questions and more.
|podcast 146 (206.4mb)
|May 31, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 146. On this podcast, we may have multiple morons; one is a definite, news, notes and a very interesting topic about the proxy services and what they're up to.
|podcast 145 (176.6mb)
|May 24, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 145. On this podcast, we're going to talk about anothr Ransomware group that is out there that may be of value because while they may ot be targeting the states yet, they're attacking and we must be aware of what's happening.
|podcast 144 (171.2mb)
|May 17, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 144. This show is an open forum. We had no particular topic in mind, but we talk about books, the landscape and more. The show may contain some adult themes, but it is very light at all. This may contain language or other situations. Please be aware of it. Thanks for participating and make it a great day!
|podcast 143 (157.4mb)
|May 10, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 143. Today, we're going to have a very interesting discussion about the Relationship between Ransomware and Phishing. We know of at least one moron of the podcast, and there is possibly going to be one more. Of course, we'll have news, notes and any questions from the Clubhouse audience.
|podcast 142 (200.8mb)
|May 3, 2023
|Welcome to the Security box. This is program number 142 of the series and this time, we've got a topic which hasn't been covered before at least on our podcast. The topic covers a very interesting endeavor by the government to deal with Cybersecurity. Besides this, we'll see who gets a moron, we'll cover the landscape, and we'll see what else is of value. Hope you enjoy the program!
|podcast 141A (47.4mb)
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 141A. On this podcast, we're going to provide you with a video. This video comes from the BBC, and it does leave some very interesting questions. Contact info is given at the end.
|podcast 141 (207mb)
|April 26, 2023
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 141. On this podcast, Cyberscoop is along to help us diagnose yet another ransomware group. They actually start by attacking Israeli schools, but will it stop there? News, notes and much more.
|podcast 140 (222.91mb)
|April 20, 2023
|Welcome to podcast 140 of the Security box. On this edition of the podcast, we've got two morons at least and a great topic that may still be relevant even though the SVB fiasco is now past us. We'll also have the landscape from people who found things of interest as well. We hope you enjoy the show!
|podcast 139 (217mb)
|April 12, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to program 139 of the security box. On this episode, let us talk about email for a bit. Yes, the thing you use to receive announcements about this podcast, maybe other programs you are interested across the network and other places and a way for businesses to communicate with you. According to an article, this method is still the best way to get ransomware and other things on your device. Why is that? We're going to have news and notes as well, maybe we'll find out as we post things between now and show time if there are morons, and we'll also see what the landscape brings.
|podcast 138 (217.5mb)
|April 5, 2023
|Welcome to program 138 of the Security box. We've got a very interesting musings piece which we've blogged as well as another threat we need to talk about.
|podcast 137 (177.6mb)
|March 29, 2023
|Welcome to the Security box. This is podcast 137 of the program and we're not slowing down. At least, not yet. On this edition of the program, we've got at least one moron of the podcast, we've got a very interesting update on Sandworm and of course we're going to have some great news items as well as anything else from the audience.
|podcast 136 (170.6mb)
|March 22, 2023
|Hello everyone, welcome to podcast 136 of the security box. On this edition of the program, we're going to talk about a group that has quite a bit up its sleve. We also have a bunch of news from around the landscape, a familiar foe that could in theory get the moron of the podcast yet again and much more. We hope that you enjoy the program and thanks for listening!
|podcast 135 (104.1mb)
|March 15, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to podcast 135 of the security box. On this podcast, we're going to talk about the court system allowing the lawsuit to continue against one of the most proliferated companies who continue to claim they don't do anything wrong and their software that is used by law enforcement to solve crimes. Who is that group? The NSO group out of Israel. We'll also have news, notes, at least one moron of the podcast, but rumor has it that we have a few, and much more.
|Podcast 134 (117.7mb)
|March 8, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to the Security box, podcast 134. This podcast is going to talk about PBKDF2, an encryption algorithm that is used in certain situations. We'll also have a moron of the week, maybe two, maybe more! We'll also dip our toes in the landscape and see what is on other folks minds.
|podcast 133 (162.5mb)
|March 1, 2023
|Domains, schemes, scams, tiktok, the landscape and much much more on this open forum of the program. Hope you all enjoy the program!
|podcast 132 (131.4mb)
|February 22, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 132. On this edition of the program, we're going to talk about a newcomer I think, one that might be and up and comer. We have a rumor that we might have at least one moron, but who knows how many. We'll have news, notes and other commentary as well. Rumor has it, we've got a surprise while making a phone call before last Saturday's security hour that someone who I thought wouldn't read books is reading the same book several of us are reading. Find out as you listen to the podcast edition of the program.
|podcast 131 (130.1mb)
|February 15, 2023
|Hello everyone. Welcome to program 131 of the Security box. I hope you'll enjoy what we have to offer you today. On this podcast, we have a rumor that indicates that we'll definitely have at least one moron of the podcast, maybe more. We'll also have the topic of the Q4 threat trends Report from Phishlabs as well as questions, comments and more. We hope you'll enjoy the program and thanks for listening!
|podcast 130A (44.6mb)
|Hello everyone. Welcome to podcast 130A. We're going to rebroadcast a podcast from Cyber Crime Magazine about the book Tracers in the Dark: The Global Hunt for the Crime Lords of Cryptocurrency which is also linked on our resources page. I found the program of interest, and this could in theory be my next book. I hope that everyone enjoys this interview about the book!
|podcast 130 (144.3mb)
|February 8, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 130. On this show, we're going to talk about a very interesting article that covers the fact that Coppa is out of date and congress hasn't done anything about it. We'll have news, notes, commentary and more. Who knows, will we have a bonehead award of the podcast? We'll have to see. Some Strong Language
|podcast 129 (144.8mb)
|February 1, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to the security box podcast 129. Last week, we talked about the government, but there's more to the story in which people may not be aware of. The article talks about how the government has more to do, yet they tell us to patch, update and the like. News, notes, bonehead awards and more are here. Some strong language.
|podcast 128 (127.4mb)
|January 25, 2023
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 128. On this podcast, we probably have two morons of the podcast, one of which should've gotten it before we came up with the idea. We also ask the question, What's going on over at CISA? This acronuym stands for Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. News, note and upcoming rooms are also discussed. Nick was on location, we're glad he called in. He gave his thoughts on upcoming rooms, the podcast in general and more. Enjoy!
|podcast 127 (106.9mb)
|January 18, 2023
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 127. This time, we're going to talk about something I don't think any podcast has ever covered. What that might be? That would be Bullet Proof Hosting. What is it? Why is it such a problem? How can you stay away from companies that allow such a thing? We talk about the Lastpass ordeal with a big time update, Norton Lifelock password Manager and more. Thanks so much for listening!
|podcast 126: (94.2mb)
|January 11, 2023
|Hello folks, welcome to the security box. On this edition of the program, we're going to talk about your security posture. We've got two bonehead of the day awards and plenty of discussion both in news and our main topic! Stay tuned for our next podcast, we'll be here again soon!
|podcast 125 (147.3mb)
|January 4, 2023
|Welcome to podcast 125 of the Security Box series. On this edition, let's talk about a new book we found during the break, one in which might be of interest since we're going to talk about security posture later. The book is titled The Ransomware Hunting Team: A Band of Misfits' Improbable Crusade to Save the World from Cybercrime by Renee Dudley and Daniel Golden. While it doesn't cover your posture per say, it does cover a team who is behind you in the fight and understands the struggles. You see, its not all your fault, we understand that. You could even do everything right, including having the right training. Then, we cover two articles after covering the news that covered year end trends and we discuss what might be seen based on these articles and the statistics they have.
|podcast 124 (166mb)
|December 14, 2022
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 124. On this podcast, we've got news coming out of Security Now about another root Certificate company that is no more. We've got news and notes from around the landscape, and Ransomware payments have hit at least a billion dollars. All this, including questions, comments and other miscellanious activity on today's show.
|podcast 123 )132.9mb)
|December 7, 2022
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 123. Today, we're going to cover the psychology of passwords 2022 report. We'll also have the news from around the landscape, maybe an asshole award of the podcast if one is warranted and much more. I hope you enjoy the program as much as I enjoy bringing it to you.
|podcast 122 (147.92mb)
|November 30, 2022
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 122. On this podcast, we will be covering some news that came out of Freshbooks on Wednesday, November 23, 2022. We'll also be covering Card Skimming and how it disproportionately is a disadvantage to people who use EBT cards. We'll also have plenty of news and notes from around the landscape and we'll also see what else people want to talk about as we return from our Thanksgiving break.
|podcast 121 (126.17mb)
|November 16, 2022
|On TSB 121, we're going to talk about whether it is a good idea to be using various services like 4square, facebook and other check in services to check in to places and post to social media. This started after someone complained on Facebook about how the auto checkin broke, and how they wanted to have it work so their friends on the other side of the world can be confident he made it OK. We'll also have news, notes and conversation about other things that people want to talk about as well. Thanks so much for listening!
|podcast 120 (156.64mb)
|November 9, 2022
|The Security box, podcast 120 has plenty in this program which is over 3 hours in length. We have at least one asshole of the podcast, possibly two, you judge. This podcast talks about the landscape and your money, talking about tools and techniques that you might be able to use to make sure you're as safe as possible. We talk about the podcast scheduling, what's coming up, and the scheduled breaks.
|podcast 119 (170.93mb)
|November 2, 2022
|On this podcast, we cover the launch of my newest project, then get in to social media and the intricacies of it. Hope you enjoy the show! I enjoyed doing this show, and this is one of those that may go over like this one did. Its not common, but it does happen. This is program 119 of this series. Thanks again for listening!
|podcast 118 (124.55mb)
|October 26, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 118 of the Security Box. On this show, we're going to talk about books. Not all books may be covered due to time constraints, but we'll list all of the ones here. Question is, what kind of books? These books are dealing with security in one way or another. News, notes are covered as well. 6 out of the 8 were covered in full, but all were covered when its all said and done. Two were covered in short order, summarizing where one left off and another began. This list, as well as any others that might come out in the future, are linked on our resources page of this web site.
|podcast 117 (137.32mb)
|October 19, 2022
|Hello folks, welcome to the Security Box. On today's program, besides talking about the beta of EMHS which is still in development, we finally touch on something I tried to cover in earlier podcasts. What is that, you say? That's DomainKeys Identified Mail otherwise known as DKIM. We've been needing to cover this for quite awhile, but I'm not familiar if whether we did, and while other topics we've covered on NCSAM this year we've covered in the past, this one I don't think we did. We also cover the news from the blog and other things on participents minds. I hope that you enjoy the program as much as I have bringing it together for you, and thanks so much for listening! We can't do the show without you.
|podcast 116 (91.75mb)
|October 12, 2022
|On this program, I'm alone today talking about SMS and its very interesting issues. I'm not saying its a bad thing, but there are things about it that can be of interest. The linked article may need work, but can be used to gain knowledge. Knowledge is power, and we don't cover it word for word. I hope you all enjoy the program as much as I have bringing it to you, and we'll be back next week.
|podcast 115 (197.22mb)
|October 6, 2022
|Welcome to program 115 of the Security box. Today, we talk about domains and SSL and plenty of news stuff too. The first hour and a half of the over 3 hour program is news related, check the blog for complete details on things or subscribe to the TSB list itself. Full show notes have links to resources and more.
|podcast 114 (182.31mb)
|September 28, 2022
|Welcome everyone to the Security box, podcast number 114 on the technology podcast series. On this podcast, we cover some of the news from around the landscape, and then we start NCSAM. What is NCSAM you ask? It stands for National Cyber Security Awareness month, and various countries call it something different, and may cover different things. On week 1, which officially starts on October 1, we talk about passwords. Besides learning about 10 passwords that you should probably not use, the artivle we take from takes this in to aidifferent demention, covering different categories like food and drink, curse words, sports and more. News, notes, commentary and more as well. Article to the Cybernews article on the blog.
|podcast 113 (135.15mb)
|September 21, 2022
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 113. On this episode of the program, the biggest topic is "Violence as a service" as it is being talked about on multiple podcasts. News, Notes and plenty more.
|podcast 112 (131.69mb)
|September 14, 2022
|Who Knew! Podcast 112 is going to talk about one time passcodes being a corporate liability to business, as actors or cybercriminals can take advantage of the common user to give up these codes so they can log in and take control of one account. How 1-Time Passcodes Became a Corporate Liability is the article we'll be referencing, and there is no wrong answer when giving your opinion on this one. This article comes from Brian Krebs, shortly after the fiasco that we didn't talk about last podcast which the article that finally got published covered, his blundering mistake which wasn't IMHO. With that said, we'll have news from around the landscape and we'll see what others within the club have to say about this or anything else on their mind.
|podcast 111 (142.71mb)
|September 7, 2022
|Hello everyone, welcome to the Security box, podcast 111. On podcast 111, hopefully we'll be on the cooldown past the 110-115 we've been feeling since last podcast, but yet, we have a topic dealing with the mobile carriors that is of interest. Seems as though they hold on to our geolocation way too long in my opinion. Article on the blog, but well worth the research. News, notes and more.
|podcast 110 (124.97mb)
|August 31, 2022
|Besides news notes for podcast 110, this program talks about an article we found on the Paypal invoicing issues that has arrisen. Seems as though legitimate accounts were used to send real invoices out, yet the invoices were not sent by the legitimate owner.
|podcast 109 (118.21mb)
|August 24, 2022
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 109. On this podcast, besides doing a recap of the news because of our tech problems, we're going to cover some court news that probably doesn't surprise some of us.
|podcast 108 (138.62mb)
|August 17, 2022
|On podcast 103 of the Security box, we talked about some proxy services that could have been deemed bad proxies. Now, in another two-part section, we learn that all of these proxies are now down. What happened to these proxies? News, notes and commentary throughout as well.
|podcast 107 (156.84mb)
|August 10, 2022
|Welcome to program 107 of the Security box series. On this edition, we're going to talk about something not too many people know about. Its called Gootkit Loader’s and they can be very dangerous. These can contain something called fileless malware which makes detecting them harder. Trend Micro has talked about fileless malware before, and you can put in fileless malware plus adding trend micro to find postings covering this topic.
|podcast 106 (186.13mb)
|August 3, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 106 of the Security Box. No, we're not covering animals, but there is a new term called Pig Butchering that is now out there. According to the article, it seems to be covering a lot of varying scams which may include Crypto, romance, and investment just to name a few. Don't let me tell you about it in the show notes, the article is titled Massive Losses Define Epidemic of ‘Pig Butchering’ and it comes from our buddy Brian Krebs. Besides that, we'll go through the blog, we'll see what other things participents want covered, and maybe we'll answer any questions that might come across. Thanks so much for listening and make it a great day!
|July 27, 2022
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 105. On this program, we're going to talk about GPS systems and something that may affect everyone who drives and uses a certain product. This is a Cyberscoop article titled Attackers can surveil, disrupt vehicles outfitted with popular GPS tracker, CISA warns which was quite interesting. I also spotted this being covered by Kim Komando and her staff. I blogged about it in this blog post for those who want to link to it. We also will have news from around the landscape and whatever else people want to cover that they have read. Hope you enjoy the show!
|podcast 104 (122.22mb)
|July 20, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 104 of the Security Box program. I hope that each and every one of you enjoyed our look back at the two year anniversary and what might have interested people during the past year. As I prepare for podcast 104, if you, the listener, want to contribute thoughts on what interested you from the past year or even since the show's inception, please contact me through the contact the DJ's page on 986themix.com or listen to the program for full contact details. On this edition of the program, we're going to talk about an older article titled DEA Investigating Breach of Law Enforcement Data Portal. Its a Krebs on Security article which was sent to the Security Box list in the month of May. The sad thing is, we've not heard anything since, and that may not necessarily be a good thing. Besides that, we'll check with listeners who have decided to join us on Clubhouse and other participants to see what has caught their attention through the landscape.
|podcast 103 (185.96)
|July 13, 2022
|Hello everyone, welcome to the Security bbox, podcast 103. With only one week missed due to commitments, we've reached the two year anniversary of this program on the mix. I hope that we can continue to provide plenty of material as this community still needs to learn what is out there to protect themselves. Nobody is perfect, even yours truly has made mistakes. The question is, do you learn from yours? As we reflect, podcast 52 which was on July 14th of last year, delbt with the water hacks which could have done some serious damage. While we overcame that and learned from that, we've got a bigger issue and that has been the war that Russia has been involved with as Ukraine was its first target and now they're going ahead and targeting other nations. We talked about this war and its potential impacts on this very program and other rooms on Clubhouse. Now, some of what you might see and discussed on this and other circles will be coming true as predicted. No expert said when it would happen and if, but it seems that it is. With that said, today's main topic is going to cover two articles and one man. Links to these articles and news notes and more along this podcast.
|podcast 102 (173.74mb)
|July 6, 2022
|Hello everyone! Welcome to podcast 102 of the podcast. On this edition of the podcast, we'll step through one of the best emails I've ever seen. I saw this at the end of June, and it woke me right up. It is the best email that would prompt an issue that may not be the case, if you actually stop, look and do your due dilligance.
|podcast 101 (127.53mb)
|June 29, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 101 of the Security Box Podcast series. On this podcast, we did find another "Asshole of the podcast" award. We also are going to talk about Google finding something very interesting in their research department. News, notes, commentary and more as well.
|podcast 100 (132.02mb)
|June 22, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 100 of the Security Box. I can't believe this series is already at 100, and its been growing strong with lots of discussion, and of course comments on things that people have found of interest. This starts the bonehead award of the podcast with an article, two topics with one of them dealing with privacy legislation, and of course those dreaded vehicle warranties that we know nothing about was also discussed. News notes and more as well. Thanks for reading, participating, and listening! I greatly appreciate your support.
|podcast 99 (111.60mb)
|June 15, 2022
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 99. We're excited to bring you another great show. First, in our chat section, we're going to talk about KrebsOnSecurity in New Netflix Series on Cybercrime which I've already bookmarked as I signed up for Netflicks. I also watched another movie titled Cyber Hell. (subscription required) Movies and documentaries like these are great to get out in the community, and the Cyber Hell movie I heard of somewhere, probably on clubhouse. There's more including one I talked about some time back, but this will get us started. We also have an article about protecting our own shield from all of the breach and other disasters we hear about. News notes commentary and more as well.
|podcast 98 (133.20mb)
|June 8, 2022
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 98. This is a bit of a technical difficulty show, starting with Clubhouse having some sort of trouble, and then the software too. Despite these, the show went on. We had a chat session that talked about social media and Paypal, see the blog for Paypal. The main topic is Chinese state media propaganda found in 88% of Google, Bing news searches which we step through. If you have any questions or comments, please reach out. Thanks so much for having an interest in our show, and we'll be back next week!
|podcast 97 (90.61mb)
|June 2, 2022
|Hello everyone. Breach Fatigue is probably on everyone's minds, and I think its time that we talk about it. Luckily, there's an article titled Combatting Breach Fatigue comes from Lastpass and I thought it should be talked about. News notes other commentary and more as well.
|podcast 96 (135.36mb)
|May 25, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 96 of the security box podcast series. We're going to bring back news notes for this program, and we've picked out some good stuff. Some may be on this blog, other may not be on this blog. Our main topic is going to talk about the Health Care Industry and whether it is as secure as possible. The reason why we're going to talk about it is plain and simple, there have apparently been two more attacks on the health care industry, yet, one of them is a non-profit. News notes and more from around the landscape too.
|podcast 95 (93.86mb)
|May 18, 2022
|Hello everyone, welcome to the security box, podcast 95. On this program, we're going to talk about one vulnerability that affects big internet appliances at a CVSS score of 9.8. News notes and anything else from the landscape coming up too.
|podcast 94 (99.28mb)
|May 10, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 94 of the security box. On this edition of the program, we're going to talk about emergency direct requests (EDR's) as there are now actors out there that will use Fake EDR's for getting what they want. News, notes and more from the community will also be heard.
|podcast 93 (157.76mb)
|May 4, 2022
|We have three topics on today's podcast. We talk about Amazon, a program that also has a VPN included and some very interesting research from Trend Micro. We'll also include news and notes from around the landscape as well as thoughts and comments.
|podcast 92 (153.51mb)
|April 27, 2022
|Hello everyone! Welcome to the security box, and this is program 92. On this program, we're going to talk about Conti, again. Bluestreak starts airing our program starting with this episode, news notes and more as well.
|podcast 91 (199.12mb)
|April 20, 2022
|Hello everyone, welcome to podcast 91. We're dealing with the teenage hacker in two different articles. As I've determined, there is only one article on the advanced persistent teenager which can also be labeled APT. One article leads to the other, as well as news notes and more.
|podcast 90 (117.47mb)
|April 13, 2022
|Hello everyone, welcome to podcast 90. On this edition of the podcast, we're going to have our main topic on Millions of Android users should delete these 11 apps after Google kicked them out of the Play Store which is an article talking about 11 different applications that we need to be aware of that may have been causing harm. I'd say that IOS users like myself should be aware of these in case these apps make it to the app store and we get messages from places to download them as well.
|podcast 89 (69.28mb)
|April 7, 2022
|Hello folks, on today's podcast, we're going to cover Explaining Spring4Shell: The Internet security disaster that wasn’t as our main topic. We will cover some of the other landscape as well as any other topics the public has to offer.
|podcast 88 (103.19mb)
|March 30, 2022
|The Internet is a complex thing. There are different types of internet connections, some are most common than others, but all are important. In a recent article I spotted, the connection known as Sattelite Internet was targeted apparently by Russia, but that is not confirmed. The article is titled A mysterious satellite hack has victims far beyond Ukraine. We'll also have other topics that might be of interest and we'll see what others have to say as well. Thanks so much for listening and enjoying the program!
|podcast 87 (191.01mb)
|March 24, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 86. On this podcast, we'll cover Windows Update. I only have one article now instead of the two, so we'll have to see how I can get the other back. Besides that, we'll have comments from the Clubhouse room and other topics they may want to bring up.
|podcast 86 (145.02mb)
|March 16, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 86. On this podcast, we'll cover Windows Update. I only have one article now instead of the two, so we'll have to see how I can get the other back. Besides that, we'll have comments from the Clubhouse room and other topics they may want to bring up.
|podcast 85 (199.21mb)
|March 9, 2022
|Today, the Security box takes a break from day to day activity although we've covered some scam type activities and even went through how I got started in this industry and how I think information can be given out successfully.
|podcast 84 (151.04mb)
|March 2, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 84 of the security box. This time, let's discuss Russia's involvement in pure problems. Now, they have decided to go to war, and its against Ukraine. They've been known to do DDOS attacks, ransomware attacks, spreading information that is not true or partially true or even completely false, denying many different things through the years like the 2016 and 2020 presidential campaigns, and even more may be in the pipeline. Within the full show notes within the blog, we link to all of Mark Russinovich's books as they do qualify as something that should be read. We also link to blog posts from around the landscape at that time.
|podcast 83 (155.91mb)
|February 23, 2022
|This podcast starts off with a discussion about Sim Swapping which started from a discussion I had several days back with someone who assists me at my home. There are several articles and a blog post of mine linking to T-Mobile's breach. We also have Trickbot updates as well. The public on Clubhouse got in to a Spam discussion with one talking about the spam messages they were getting. While educational, we did some good laughs in this program and we thank everyone for participating on clubhouse's platform. Tunes were also played during the program. We can't forget any news notes discussions as well.
|podcast 82 (139.66mb)
|February 16, 2022
|Hello everyone! Welcome to podcast 82 of the Security Box. This week, we'll catch up on Windows Update, and we will also cover a lot of other stuff from the blog as well. We'll also see what else the listenership and participents in Clubhouse want to talk about.
|podcast 81 (137.32mb)
|February 9, 2022
|Hello folks, welcome to podcast 81 of the Security Box! It seems like its time for an update on a very interesting character isn't it? Its time for another update on the fake investor we've covered since podcast 10. I know that I've linked somewhere on the blog all of the podcasts we've covered John Bernard, and this is going to be one of those podcasts. What has he done lately? This article titled Fake Investor John Bernard Sinks Norwegian Green Shipping Dreams from Krebs on Security has the entire details on what he has been up to now and a reminder of his past. Besides all of this, we'll step through the news that has been posted to the TSB list as well as on our blog.
|podcast 80 (148.38mb)
|February 2, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 80 of the Security box. On this edition, let's talk about Wordpress. While it is a good platform for people to use for web sites and even blogging as I do, it can come with risks we need to be aware of.
|podcast 79 (78.52mb)
|January 26, 2022
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 79. I probably am not surprised really about what we're going to talk about, and it was talked about on Throwback Saturday Night's security segment. Now, we're going to take our time on it, because I feel we need to. What are we talking about you might ask? Toronto lab finds security vulnerabilities, censorship framework in Olympic app is an article talking about the olympics and a new app the IOC basically says is completely safe to use. Researchers are saying differently, and one major problem that two of us see brings this to full circle. Thanksgoes out to DJ Terry of the Mix for bringing this article full circle!
|podcast 78 (93.57mb)
|January 19, 2022
|Welcome to podcast 78 of the Security Box. As we do typically on the podcast, we spend some time catching people up on what has been going on in Redmond, Washington with Windows Update. The biggest news from this update was a wormable flaw, and the article is linked within the show notes on the blog. Thanks so much for listening!
|podcast 77 (86.33mb)
|January 13, 2022
|Hello folks, welcome to the security box, podcast 77. Google fixes nightmare Android bug that stopped user from calling 911 is our main topic of today's program, but I also cover other tech and other odds and ends too. We did have one guest available to chat with us, and we thank them for coming. We hope you enjoy the program and the few tracks at the end, and thanks so much for listening!
|podcast 76 (64.55mb)
|January 5, 2022
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 76. On this podcast, we're going to talk about advertisers who are sucking up student data, even though legal action was taken. We'll also have comments and news items from the public if any, maybe some other topics if it turns in to one, and we'll see what else comes up.
|podcast 75 (80.82mb)
|December 22, 2021
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 75. On this edition of the podcast, come with me as we do a little predicting for 2022 with a Trend Micro article titled Pushing Forward: Key Takeaways From Trend Micro’s Security Predictions for 2022. We'll also have thoughts on recent news read, and its been decided that the full news notes segment will be no more in favor of topics that need discussion. This doesn't mean that we won't cover news, but we'll cover it a little differently.
|podcast 74 (107.84mb)
|December 15, 2021
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 74. On this podcast, something breaking this week called Log4j. We'll break down three different articles that talk about this. Instead of me doing news notes, we'll ask listeners if they have any thoughts on what they have read. There may be questions, comments and other topics not mentioned here for you to enjoy too.
|podcast 73 (127.22mb)
|December 8, 2021
|Hello folks, welcome to the security box, podcast 73. On this podcast, plenty of news notes and a very interesting topic dealing with AT&T and appliances that are made to bridge the gap between the ISP and the managing of phone calls, conference video systems and similar real-time applications. We hope that you'll enjoy the program and thanks for listening!
|podcast 72 (211.10mb)
|December 1, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 72. On this program, we're going to play with Linux a little bit as we discuss a vulnerability in the way it works as it can cause DNS cache poisoning. We'll also have news, notes, commentary and more if people have things they want to share.
|podcast 71 (143.50mb)
|November 24, 2021
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 71. On this podcast, we're going to cover things we did not cover last podcast including windows update and a very interesting report dealing with the threat trends for November 2021. We'll have news notes and plenty of it too. Hope you enjoy the show!
|podcast 70 (153.74mb)
|November 17, 2021
|Welcome to podcast 70 for the 17th. Its open forum today, hope you all enjoy it! Lots of different topics. Hope you enjoy!
|podcast 69 (153.60mb)
|November 10, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 69. On this edition of the podcast, we turn our attention to another story, bullying over the telephone lines. We have some news, notes and commentary as well, but the bulk of this program is to think about what might go on these lines whether it is one you are on now, or one you've been on. Thanks for listening!
|podcast 68 (146.76mb)
|November 3, 2021
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 68. On this edition of the program, let's talk about social media and phone line issues as it relates to cyberbullying and other related topics. We'll also have news, notes and more.
|podcast 67 (153.52mb)
|October 27, 2021
|Welcome to Week 4 of NCSAM. This week, we're going to cover protecting your children online. Notations are taken from a presentation I heard about the topic, and I've summarized it to tell possibly some stories that may be similar to something you've heard or seen. We'll also have news, notes and other comments as the program gets started.
|podcast 66 (148.31mb)
|October 20, 2021
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 66. Is 66 a lucky number? T-Mobile and Verizon are in the news with Spam messages, AT&T is in the mix as well in passing, Google is getting in the mix with two-factor authentication on more accounts, as well as news, notes and more.
|podcast 65 (171.40mb)
|October 13, 2021
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 65. On this podcast, let's discuss an article we read after the release of last week's program in regards to Twitch and their recent breach we were alerted to during the live taping of the program. After that, we're going to cover more NCSAM and even have some news notes. We'll do news notes the same as we did last week, as it turned in to a lively discussion. I hope you'll enjoy the program, and thanks so much for listening!
|podcast 64 (147.23mb)
|October 6, 2021
|NCSAM is now in full swing, this week, Are You Cyber Smart? A Checklist from Lastpass will be what you need to look at with 5 great tips and things that might be of interest to you. In my writeup of this, I talked about the Neiman Marcus breach and how people should be aware of it even if they aren't affected. We'll have news, notes and more. Hope you'll enjoy the show!
|podcast 63 (115.79mb)
|September 29, 2021
|Welcome to podcast number 63 of the Security Box series. On this podcast, come and learn about the password trends of 2021, thanks to lastpass's article. Next, a 5.9 million dollar ransomware paid by a farming co-op and a very interesting discussion I heard recently about this. We'll definitely have some news and notes from around the landscape, and even some commentary from any guests that participated through Clubhouse on the live program as well as anyone else through email, imessage and other contact points.
|podcast 62 (130.13mb)
|September 22, 2021
|Welcome to the Security box, program number 62. On this program, we're going to cover Windows Update as well as a very interesting article from Krebs about a new botnet that seems to have done quite a bit of damage. It is an IOT botnet called Meris. We'll also have news, notes and lots more.
|podcast 61 (125.16mb)
|September 15, 2021
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 61. On this podcast, let's discuss the updates on CSAM as it pertains to Apple. We'll have news, notes and more.
|podcast 60 (124.48)
|September 12, 2021
|What has changed on the security landscape? We learn about T-Mobile's recent failure, and even web sites are braught up as well as broadcasting software among other things. This turned out to be a very interesting show. What do you think has changed? What have we done wrong? What do you think it'll take to fix it if it can be fixed at all? No news notes this week, but they'll be back next week.
|podcast 59 (243.22mb)
|September 2, 2021
|Hello folks, welcome to the Security box, podcast 59. On this edition of the program we have two different prerecorded segments for you. First, we interview Scott Schober of Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Inc. He's written various books which we talk about, as well as some of what is going on in the security landscape. Next, we have a talk that was done by Phishlabs, who did the Quarter 2 Phishing Trends report. To top it all off, we'll have news and notes from around the landscape as well as questions and comments after each segment if any.
|podcast 58 (151.53mb)
|August 25, 2022
|Hello Everyone, welcome to the Security Box, podcast 58. Question: what the hell is going on with T-Mobile and their inconsistancies of containing breaches and lying about what they were going to do when they were granted the murger with Sprint? Who is ENISA and why are they saying that system failures are on the rise? Finally, what is the Chaos Ransomware and why could it have impacts beyond a proof of concept? We explore all of these topics, as well as news and notes from around the landscape on this edition of the podcast. Fasten your seatbelts!
|podcast 57 (115.38mb)
|August 18, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 57. We have three topics for you today, and I hope that you will enjoy them. The first topic for this podcast will be talking about the name game of the ransomware gangs we have out there. The second topic which was totally forgotten is of course Windows Update and what is happening with that operating system. Finally, probably the most contravercial topic we have to date, Apple and how they're handling the images that people may have that are backed up in to icloud that deal with children and the potential of abusive images of a sexual nature. We will also have news notes and commentary as well, buckle up as you don't know what'll happen with these topics! The program may contain adult content, and listener disgression is advised.
|podcast 56 (145.93mb)
|August 11, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 56. Two comments will start us off as someone commented on the replay of our show from last week. Both are good comments worth bringing up. Next, we've got a topic that might be of interest talking about the lifecycle of a breached database. Next, let's find out how the government is doing with their Cyber Security. What did the senate report find? Find out in our second topic. We'll have news notes and commentary as well.
|podcast 55 (111.84mb)
|August 4, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 55. On this edition of the podcast we've got two Sans News Bites headlines, topics including a very interesting story on someone named "PlugwalkJoe" I.E. Joseph O'Connor, a topic on a new ransomware gang called Black Matter, and we've also got several news items including one that isn't an article but intrigued me when listening to the TWIT network. All of this plus anyone who had questions, comments or took part in the discussion, as podcast 55 gets started.
|podcast 54 (120.10mb)
|July 28, 2021
|Remember, the number given does not belong to my box on livewire. Hello Everyone! Welcome to podcast 54 of the Security Box. On this edition of the program, learn about Windows 11, the latest Microsoft operating system and what scammers are doing to monitize even while this version is still in beta. Next, come with us and learn about the latest in the average ransomware payments as it looks like they are declining, for now. We'll have news, notes, hopefully calls with questions or discussion throughout. If you want to leave feedback and you're listening through the podcast, call 602-887-5198 or email, imessage, whats app, or text your thoughts. The lines of communication are given throughout and I welcome what you have to say.
|podcast 53 (184.06mb)
|July 21, 2021
|Hello everyone, welcome to the security box, podcast 53. On this edition, we'll be talking about some of the things that articles talk about in regards to Windows Update that came out the week of July 16, 2021. Seems like we had good success with last week where we opened the phone lines for others to participate in an open forum, so we'll do that again and see what happens and if people participate or not. You can always comment after the fact by calling our voice mail line at 602-887-5198 and letting me know you want your comments aired. We'll also have some news notes and maybe a discussion on those as well. Remember that the number listed here does not belong to my box on livewire any longer.
|podcast 52 (153.57mb)
|July 14, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 52. On this podcast, let's talk about the water supply hacks and the growing threat of them through the help of an interesting article by Last Pass. After that, we'll see if people partook in an open forum of topics they want to talk about, and of course, news, notes and highlights from the landscape that have been read.
|podcast 51 (82.07mb)
|July 7, 2021
|Hello folks, welcome to the security box, podcast 51. On this edition of the program, we continue with Phishlabs and their q1 Phishing and intellegence report talking about Top Level Domains and certificate abuse. Next, Michael in Tennessee sent me an article talking about one email which exposed hundreds of email addresses. We'll also have news and notes, people can call and comment as usual, and we'll see where the show takes us.
|podcast 50 (113.94mb)
|June 30, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 50. On the big 50th episode, we've got quite a bit of news notes to cover this week. Besides that, we're continuing with Phishlabs and their ongoing rundown of the Q1 Intelligence Report, this time, talking about free tools and their abuse. We hope that users find this of interest like I did. Of course, the lines of communication are always open whether on the show or podcast.
|podcast 49 (78.01mb)
|June 23, 2021
|Hello folks, welcome to the Security Box. We don't have news notes this week, however, we have two topics. We hope that news notes returns next week. This means that you, the listeners, might be giving us things you've read and your thoughts on it. We'll see if that comes to pass. The topics are: office 365 in Q1 having credentials taken and how does one get hired by a top cybercrime gang?
|podcast 48 (134.134.69mb)
|June 16, 2021
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 48. On this edition of the podcast, we've got two topics for you. The first is probably one you can file in the "I can't believe I read this crap" department, while the second deals with Windows Update and what we had to look forward to there. We've got news notes with quite a number of very interesting items, as well as taking your calls, voice messages and stories to boot.
|podcast 47 (89.14mb)
|June 9, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 47. On this podcast, we're going to talk about Security. A video which I found on Ted Talk's youtube channel will lead this discussion. We're also going to talk about an article from Lastpass talking about protecting your business from data breach trends. It talks about something we've talked about, supply chain attacks. Speaking of supply chain attacks, Jennifer talks about our top story from our show notes, and we'll address any concerns from that as well. We'll have news, notes, questions, comments and more. Thanks so much for listening!
|podcast 46 (146.42mb)
|June 2, 2021
|Welcome to podcast 46 of the Security Box. On this podcast, Michael in Indiana is along with an update about a company we talked about in News Notes on podcast 39. We've got a topic dealing with a company that has been able to take advantage of the dark marketplace as they dominated this space very quietly since 2018. We've got a topic also on Ransomware forcing a major speaker manufacturer you all may be aware of, Bose. We'll have news, notes, questions, comments and more. While I did get a new number at the new company, the phone number doesn't belong to me through livewire, and we later determined that it was not needed to have a voice mail line.
|podcast 45 (92.47mb
|May 26, 2021
|Welcome to podcast 45 of the security box. We have three topics and some news notes for you on today's program. The first topic covers 4 vulnerabilities which gave full control to a device of the Android variety. The second comes from Cyberscoop which covers the government and cyber security. This time, Conti went after the U.S. healthcare industry. Finally, Irish authorities looked in to ransomware difficulties. We have news notes and more as well!
|podcast 44 (145.04mb)
|May 19, 2021
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 44. On this episode of the program, its time to make sure we're all caught up on Windows Update and what may be important to you. Next, we'll talk about a task force that hopes to disrupt ransomware payments. We're not done with Experian yet, and we'll have a things to ponder on this particular article I read about their API which is apparently disabled for at least one vendor. We'll also have news, notes, commentary and questions from listeners if any, and yes, even podcast listeners can join the fun. Podcast listeners can dial 623-263-8934 to leave a voice message, just follow the prompts. Email, Imessage, text and whatsapp are all given throughout the show. Note that the number given here no longer goes to me but was valid at the time of podcast. It was a livewire number which isn't valid.
|podcast 43 (96.08mb)
|May 12, 2022
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 43. On this edition of the podcast, we've got two topics. The first talks about a fake vaccine web site that is now shut down, thanks to the US Government. The second topic talks about the Exim 21 bug that recently hit headlines. We'll have news, notes, your questions comments and any catch up from any older podcasts.
|May 5, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 42. I think I've got two very interesting topics. One of these topics is the ongoing saga over at Experian. We know they had a big time breach, but do we really know what else is going on at the company? Brian has the entire details. Finally in the topic department, we know Ransomware has taken a big toll during the pandemic and there is no slowing down in that department. According to Cyberscoop, demands are higher by 43 percent so far in 2021. We'll talk about it. I'll also give you some news and notes, although it may be dated. Your questions and comments are always welcome, so please get in touch! I hope you enjoy the program as much as I have putting it together!
|podcast 41 (74.58mb)
|April 28, 2021
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 41. On this edition of the podcast, we're going to talk about Ubiquiti and their big time breach, as well as something I recently read from Park Mobile and their potential breach. We'll have news, notes and more.
|podcast 40 (96.72mb)
|April 21, 2021
|Welcome to podcast 40 of the Security Box. On this podcast, we're going to have our main topic that deals with the Windows Updates which you may have been prompted to install. Instead of news notes, I'll pick a few of the articles and we'll see what you think about them as I'll give my thoughts. No full news notes this week, but plenty of content to boot. We hope you enjoy the program, and thanks for listening!
|podcast 39 (105.94mb)
|April 14, 2021
|Welcome to podcast 39 of the Security Box. Looks like we've got commentary from the replay of broadcast 38's airing. We'll answer any questions from those comments if any, as well as talk about yet another story I read afterword in regards to Facebook and why it might be a good idea to remove your telephone number or use something like Google or Text Now as your number instead of your primary one. We'll have news, notes, commentary and more. We hope you enjoy the program as much as I have bringing it to you. Thanks for listening!
|podcast 38 (100.84mb)
|April 7, 2021
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 38. This week, we had planned to go back to DKIM and have a discussion on it, but we aren't going to do that. Why? It looks like news has gotten about Facebooks's 2019 breach and 535 million people whose information may now be out there on the free Internet as well as it already being sold to the dark web when the initial breach occurred. We'll have news, notes and more as well as your thoughts and comments to boot. Enjoy the program!
|podcast 37 (166.76mb)
|March 31, 2021
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 37. On this episode of the program, we're going to talk about something I don't think people know much about dealing with email, verification of domains in the process, the standards of what it is and how it came to be. We will also cover a very interesting webinar that I listened to by Trend Micro that delbt with the security predictions for 2021. We'll also have news, notes, questions, comments and more as the show progresses and the listeners choice on whether they have something to contribute. I hope you enjoy the show as much as I have bringing it together for you, and thanks so much for listening!
|podcast 36 (156.08mb)
|March 24, 2021
|Welcome to podcast 36 of the security box. On this edition of the program, we'll be talking about password managers. Herbie Allen is along with a Things to Ponder section talking about Scams, one in particular dealing with Amazon. We also have a webinar that will be of interest from F-secure. We'll have news, notes and more. Hope you'll enjoy the program!
|podcast 35 (91.35mb)
|March 17, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 35. We talk about Clubhouse, the security of audio apps like clubhouse and what experts are saying. We also have news, notes, questions, comments and more. Enjoy!
|podcast 34 (130.94mb)
|March 10, 2021
|Welcome to podcast 34 of the Security Box. On this edition, we'll pick up where we left off on the Key Logging aspect of our discussion and we'll have news, notes, commentary and more. We also have something from Michael in Tennessee who sent us a video of 12 Android apps you must get rid of. Some of these, are quite interesting. News notes include solar winds and their password, exchange server news, lastpass offering SMS and phone calling options for their two factor and more. Hope you enjoy the program as much as I am bringing it together for you.
|podcast 33 (140.88mb)
|February 24, 2021
|On this podcast, we continue where we left off with our Key Logging topic, and we'll also have news, notes, questions, comments and concerns. Hope you'll enjoy the program as much as we have putting it together for you.
|podcast 32 (141.06mb)
|February 17, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 32. On this edition of the program, we're going to talk about keystroke loggers. I found a Wikipedia article which is detailed and there could be a possibility that this goes in to multiple weeks. We'll also have news, notes, questions, comments and even a "things to ponder" segment to boot.
|podcast 31 (103.03mb)
|February 10, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 31. On this podcast, we're going to continue the discussion of domains with several different things that we couldn't get to from last week. Also, we'll have news, notes, questions, comments and more. I hope you enjoy the program as much as we have putting it together for you. Notes include the continuation fomains by talking about SSL certificates and how they're more valuable now thanks to Let's Encrypt. The notes are extensive, so check the blog for complete notes including more on Solar Winds which continues in to the new year.
|podcast 30 (162.57mb)
|February 3, 2021
|Welcome to podcast 30 of the Security Box. On this security box podcast, the goal is to talk about domains. We'll talk about what a domain is, how they work, a little bit about the IP system, and some recent news in regards to domains, registration companies, look-alike domains and more. We'll have news, notes, questions, comments and Michael in Tenessee with a segment to boot. The show notes for this podcast is lengthy and should be viewed on the blog as it coveres bullet points, aspects for highlighting and more. Besides that, we've got Michael in Tennessee on talking about why it is important to update phones. There's plenty more, hope you enjoy the show!
|January 27, 2021
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 29. On this episode of the podcast, what seems to be the problem with messaging applications such as Whatsapp, Signal and others when it comes to their security? What do you think of for cloud security for 2021 as the pandemic continues? We'll have news, notes, questions, comments and more including bits from Sans News bites, Trend Micro and more.
|podcast 28 (172.62mb)
|January 20, 2021
|Welcome to podcast 28 of the Security Box. On this podcast, a couple of year in review items, news, notes, something called teledildonics or "The Male Chasity Cage" from a recent Security Now podcast, news, notes, questions, comments and more.
|podcast 27 (169.67mb)
|January 9, 2021
|Hello folks, welcome to the security box, podcast 27. Trend Micro has a report they do each year talking about the trends of the next year and its worth talking about. Did you know about any of the breaches of the past year? We'll go through that thanks to Solutions Review, as well. We'll have news, notes, commentary and more and even a guest to boot if everything goes well. We even talk about Swatting in the things to ponder segment as it was discussed in podcast 800 of the Security Now program. Do you have your security covered? Thanks so much for listening, and make it a great day!
|podcast 26 (229.68mb)
|January 6, 2021
|Hello folks, welcome to the security box, podcast 26. Shaken and Stir from podcasts 21 and 23 will be concluded in this podcast, a things to ponder segment on spy applications, news notes and more!
|podcast 25 (148.90mb)
|December 25, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 25 of the security box. This podcast was compiled on Christmas day, but was released on the 30th of December. On it, we go through podcasts 341-357 of tech, playing a few segments which were also covered on this podcast like catphishing, some of the security items throughout the year from the blog, and even other highlights. Highlights the security box and some of what we covered in podcasts including two interviews. This podcast is 167 minutes and is the last of the two podcasts before we resume the first week in January. Hope everyone enjoys the lookback, and thanks for listening!
|podcast 24 (114.21mb)
|December 21, 2020
|Welcome to program 24 of the Security Box. While the program is not a live program, we're going to continue to give people up-to-date material that is of importance while we look back in the year in review. All news will be broken up, but we're only linking to stories in the sections, we are not going to comment on each one like we do for the live show. The tech blog may also have articles with more commentary. Hope you all enjoy the program as much as I have putting it together for you. The biggest news was Solar Winds for this podcast. There are tons of articles that came out in regards to this and the blog has all of those links. We even found some good news that is also linked to the blog as well. Thanks for listening!
|podcast 23 (193.60mb)
|December 16, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 23 of the security box. Picking up where we leave off, we continue with Shaken/Stir and its discussion from podcast 21. Besides that, we'll go ahead and talk about a company which doesn't really care about the security of its customers. The name has been mentioned in passing, but now its time to talk about some very serious stuff on a podcast. We'll have news, notes, and more.
|podcast 22 (167.09mb)
|December 9, 2020
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 22 picking up the podcast with business email compromise. Besides that, we talk about a couple of people who have been a problem in the phone world, tie it in to phone security, and find out if these guys would be capable of using such tech. Comments also came in about scams when looking for a place to live, and of course some tunes come along with it. Enjoy!
|podcast 21 (164.64mb)
|December 2, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 21 of the security box. This week, I thought it would be interesting to take you through the Shaken and Stir protocol. This protocol is supposed to go through and make sure we get adequate caller ID. Besides that, we've got news from around the landscape, questions if any, and commentary from prior podcasts if any.
|podcast 20 (206.47mb)
|November 25, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 20 of the security box. On this podcast, we pick up where we left off from podcast 19 and the credit card discussion. We'll go more in to detail about PCIDSS and I'll talk about the 12 steps we covered a bit of last week. We'll also talk about other stuff including news, notes, and more.
|podcast 19 )173.43mb)
|November 18, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 19 of the security box. This week, let's talk about credit cards, PCIDSS, and more.
|podcast 18 (191.52mb)
|November 11, 2020
|This week on the security box, its one week after the election and results may or may not be in, depending on what is happening. Let us recollect on some of the election coverage where security has played a part. We are still having problems with misinformation, misconfigured servers, and more.
|podcast 17 (171.57mb)
|November 4, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 17 of the technology series known as the security box. Michael in Tennessee is along for an open discussion on encryption or the lack there of from the government. Topics include House Call by Trend Micro, a subset of apps that have at least one vulnerability and the percentage of those apps were a whopping 76 percent! News notes and more as well.
|podcast 16 (171.38mb)
|October 27, 2020
|Welcome to broadcast 16 of the Security Box. Commentary from the prior podcast, web hosting and what is offered to you, the government not knowing what security really is, and of course news notes and more.
|podcast 15 (216.93mb)
|October 21, 2020
|Welcome to the Security box, podcast 15. It was mainly an open forum of privacy talk today. Michael in Tennessee and Michael in Indiana join me, Armando from Northern California joined me, and the program lasts about 4 hours in length in this open forum style discussion.
|podcast 14 (138.51mb)
|October 14, 2020
|The Security Box, podcast 14 must continue with the ongoing saga of John Bernard. We've got an article on that. What do you guys think of a passwordless future? Lastpass talks about it. News, notes, comments, and more.
|podcast 13 (179.89mb)
|October 7, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 13 of the technology blog and podcast series known as the Security Box. On this episode, we are going to cover NCSAM, week 1. The big thing now a days are your security and identity protection when it comes to your online safety. The first article Identity Fraud: How to Protect Your Identity Data, Accounts and Money During the Coronavirus Crisis is discussed in a taped segment. Speaking of identity, Preston from Pensylvania is going to be on with an interview that I did with him talking about experience, stories, and the like. We'll also cover some news if time allows. Please make sure that you tune in to the blog web site for all of the news, as NCSAM will be busy and lots of items will be posted. You may want to decide to subscribe so you don't miss anything. Thanks for listening!
|podcast 12 (176.43mb)
|September 30, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 12 of the tech podcast series known as the Security Box. On this podcast, we continue with a story that started on podcast 10, with a gentleman that claimed to be successful, but sure wasn't. Another company suffers a ransomware attack. ATWG says we shouldn't use SSL to determine whether a site is secure. We also have news notes as well.
|podcast 11 (136.19mb)
|September 23, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 11 of the Security Box. Topics include TikTok, Ransomware and much more.
|podcast 10 (199.97mb)
|September 16, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 10 of the security box. On this edition of the program, we're going to leave room for Michael in Indiana to talk to us about phone stuff. We'll also have some other stuff as well.
|podcast 9 (169.79mb)
|September 8, 2020
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 9. This week, I think we'll change gears a little bit and talk about the Internet in a different type of light. We'll also have news, notes, commentary, and I believe the fix to comments left by callers is solved with an app I already give info for. If you can use the dial in number, you may use it, but turns out, not everyone may be able to use it. The days of Voice Mail services may be over. Lets get started!
|podcast 8 (155.28mb)
|September 2, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 8 of the Security Box. As you'll see by the notes here, we're fully packed, the show should be that way. I hope you enjoy it as much as I am bringing it together for each and every one of you. We had quite a bit of commentary from one of our listeners. A topic which asks the question, what do you think of when you have your TV? Shaun Everis had issues with their stock exchange. We also cover TikTok. We also have news, notes and more.
|podcast 7 (134.14mb)
|August 26, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 7 of the Security Box. This week, let's peruse some topics, I'll link to some articles, and you can comment as usual. News, Notes, and much more. Topics include election officials finding out about typosquatting domains, 11.6 billion pieces of information out on the dark web, and plenty of news including Experian and an update about a CSO who was charged for the Uber breach that took place in 2016. Thanks for listening!
|podcast 6 (162.33mb)
|August 19, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 6 of the Security Box. On this show, we've got a topic, a very interesting news notes where two articles take center stage, and we'll open the lines for comments, questions, and other things. One of the topics deals with Epic Games and their decision to sideload their app because of some things Apple and Google didn't like. News notes cover COVID related material at the time. There's more including open forum!
|podcast 5: (194.14mb)
|August 12, 2020
|podcast 5 covered Phishing and its various forms. The main option we used was Wikipedia, but we also link to F-secure and a podcast talking about what this is. There is one aspect we did not cover which I think we should. Our things to ponder segment was a little adult in nature but appropriate in today's environment of social media and the things that are allowed and not.
|podcast 4: (179.35mb)
|August 5, 2020
|Welcome to podcast 4 of the Security Box. On this show, we've got one main topic, a very interesting talk by Shaun Everess about a big time breach which effects GPS, news, notes, and more!
|podcast 3: (169.26mb)
|July 29, 2020
|Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 3. We really only have one main topic here. We also include news, notes, and other things in passing. We talk about the CHildren's Online Privacy Protection Act which is the main topic. We also learn in this podcast that TikTok is not following this law which is known differently in different countries. Things to ponder, questions, comments and more are in this podcast as wll.
|podcast 2: (162.52mb
|July 22, 2020
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 2. On this podcast, Twitter takes center stage as it suffered a very interesting security problem they need to solve. People have said it was a big time breach, but as you'll soon find out, unless you read the tech blog, there is more to the breach. Yes, accounts got breached, but we know there is other info. Articles are listed here for you to review. Besides that, find out about a big time breach article which was a two year look at many different breaches within a two year period. Also, find out about a piece of malware making a huge return on how it can't! be trackable now a days and what the threat actors are up to.
|podcast 1: (166.30mb)
|July 15, 2020
|Welcome to the security box, podcast 1. While we're playing a wide variety of music, the music will not be part of the notations. We're only going to link to things talked about as part of the show itself. The show will be part of the Tech podcast series, but hosted through the independent channel of the suite of servers. I hope that you'll be enlightened by the discussion, and I encourage discussion. If listening through the podcast itself, contact me through my tech address used through the tech podcast. Mix listeners can contact me through the contact the DJ's page of the mix. On this first podcast, we talk about the Dark Web. We also talk about the comercialization of the target breach. There are more items, but these are two of them. Not everything will be linked, listen to the podcast for more! Thanks for listening!
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