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Jon and Eric have worked in the security space as developers, architects and leaders for more years than they care to count. From commentary on current events to random musings, they chat (mostly) about security and technology topics. However, life is more than just the day job. From beekeeping adventures to hiking mountains to favorite shows, there's always something fun to wrap up the show.
 
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Eric and Jon "discuss" cooking with fire. Jon buys an oboe. Eric reminisces about a childhood home now in the news while Jon offers Captain Fantastic. Google Argentina sighs "Whoops!" and a Ransomware Gang yells "Stonks!" Jon drops RotaJakiro and CIA Malware. Eric shares thoughts about left-handed booksellers while Jon watches Ted Lasso and admires…
 
Eric uses Actual Fire while Jon uses Fake Fire, evidently. There will be posts. Vulnerable Energy Production seeks Cybersecurity Defense Solutions. Devices in the UK will need to display how long they'll get security updates (including phones). More supply chain attacks, and the hacked hacks back. Ingenuity has its test flight, Windows embraces Lin…
 
Eric paints a nebula, Jon weighs some bees. Notes about Contact Form Malware and more Exchange webshells. Eric likes Bloom Filters and Jon likes Nuclear Fusion with a side of Kiss the Ground. 0:00 - Intro 14:32 - Contact Form Malware 22:25 - FBI & Web Shells 27:14 - CISA Note 31:51 - Bloom Filters 33:49 - Nuclear Fusion 40:35 - Kiss the Ground…
 
[Had to use backup audio for part of this, sorry!] It's spring -- that means sprinklers and dandelions. Jon talks way too much about bees. More about LoRa, how people are mining on GitHub's dime, the Oracle v. Google suit is ruled, Microsoft is building Java now, and ransomware at the vehicle inspection stations. For fun we have mutant rabbits and …
 
"Bees use Tools?" Jon wonders. "I'm tired of driving." Eric muses. LoRa attacks outlined and the Mystery of the Eagles is solved. Apple patches, PHP Hacks and Ubiquity Oopsies, oh my! Classic video game inception and there's something alien at the core of the Earth. 0:00 - Intro 6:38 - Bees with Tools? 16:35 - LoRaWAN Attacks 22:27 - Eagle Mystery …
 
Eric's on another road trip, and Jon's just back from camping (and plumbing). Exchange followup with 'indiscriminate' deployment of Black Kingdom ransomware, Hobby Lobby's exposed S3 bucket, Revenge Plot has real world consequences, more zero days used by an advanced group, and a walk through a TikTok RCE. For fun we have Space Probes, a Container …
 
Jon is swimming in eggs and Eric is learning German. CryptoKitties are back in the form of NFTs and SMS hijacking just got easier. Using unregistered domain names in your code isn't awesome and more SolarWinds/Exchange disclosures. Eric watches a show in German while Jon discovers a Greek Computer. 0:00 - Intro 10:47 - Not Nifty NFTs 16:02 - Easy S…
 
Eric finds a drone and stinky garbage. Jon orders pizza and builds garden beds. Logos, Space and Spectre followup. People can't get into their cars without keys and Exchange can't deliver mail without a 0 day. SpaceX SN10 lands upright-ish until it doesn't and Eric suggests Talking to Strangers. Jon notes a cat identifier and SPACE HURRICANES. 0:00…
 
Jon talks too much bees (and hornets) and Eric plans deck changes and lockpicking. For followup the Nursery Cam "loophole" is disclosed and the Jamaica story gets worse. California DMV users exposed in data breach, a Washington State audit of unemployment fraud results in a huge breach, and Apple releases their platform security guide. For fun we h…
 
Enjoying the cold... No snow day, but a "No Power Day". Space Helicopters, Nursery Cam Oopsies, Super Cookies, Jamaican Exposure and French Cyber Things. Eric shares a FIDO2 Kickstarter note and Jon reminisces about the origins of the Mozilla logo and Eric sneaks in a plug for folklore.org. 0:00 - Intro 11:27 - Space Helicopters 14:28 - Nursery Cam…
 
Eric whines about 3D printing tools. John puts bees in his fridge and gets graded on his pruning skills. Eric then whines about Big Sur and TouchID issues. Jon mentions a few notes on SUPERNOVA, sudo on macOS and AIX (of all things) and iCloud Passwords beyond Safari. Eric fails to whine about how iOS 14 Messages work under the covers and Jon does …
 
Eric fixes his leaky faucet and gains an electrical problem, Jon "repairs" his Jetta. New Crypto-miner for QNAP, more iOS zero days, a decade old Sudo vulnerability, and an international Emotet takedown. For fun we have a password shanty, a cookie monster rock, seesaws at the border, and the whole GameStop situation. Oh, and bonus: Eric's written a…
 
Eric's got another side project and Jon has a cow. A little Sunburst followup, a few Chrome 88 notes and DNSpooq has a logo. Oregon State discovers the first new Blue in 200 years and Dire Wolf DNA derived from planes, trains and automobiles. Finally, go watch Amanda Gorman. Really. 0:00 - Intro 15:31 - Sunburst Followup 19:55 - Chrome 88 25:20 - D…
 
Jon and Eric are both frustrated by water issues; Jon loses two bee colonies. Hope on the right-to-repair front from Europe, a side channel attack on hardware security keys, and evaluation of the Sunspot implant. For fun we have a Neal Stephenson novel 'Zodiac' and info about the James Webb Space Telescope that should launch in 2021. 0:00 - Intro 3…
 
Eric gets new windows and watches a movie. Jon watches a show, fences some things and continues his flood watch. A look back 3 years at Spectre/Meltdown, Nissan leaks some code, Zyxel has backdoors and finally, SMB for your Browser! Jon pitches project pyodide and Eric mentions five axis printing and floating point video gaming. 0:00 - Ortni 11:01 …
 
Final episode of 2020. Eric and Jon talk holidays. Solarwind actors potentially using resellers as intrusion vector into cloud accounts. Physical security keys, ransomware against plastic surgeons, and taking down three bulletproof VPN providers. For fun we have dancing robots and an Alaskan Native rights activist. 0:00 - Intro 16:13 - Credential A…
 
Eric complains about Apple and Jon chimes in. More SolarWinds and Sunburst notes. Farmers get their own Cybersecurity talking to and Journalist Phone Security is discussed. Happy Virtual Holidays, all! If you like choral music, check out the Oregon Chorale. Jon mentions the Great Conjunction and Science Events to watch for in 2021. 0:00 - Intro 15:…
 
Eric drives slow and safe, Jon is late for Christmas. CRISPR for sickle cell looks amazingly promising. A Trillion Dollar problem, exfil data by turning your memory into a wifi card, and the Big Hack. Solarwinds supply chain attack disclosed and fallout continues. For fun we have a grazing goat math problem, listening to a whale heart, and macroeco…
 
Tangents galore in the intro. Drone footage of Arecibo collapse. The Death of Flash (for realsies this time). The Next Apple Chips (already?) and some Public Transportation Ransomware, eh. Can you say "Socially Steganographic" with a straight face? Finish up with a glass of Quine Tweet and a stien of Kaggle Survey. 0:00 - Intro 17:04 - Arecibo coll…
 
Post Thanksgiving Link Extravaganza. Donate to Wikipedia! Monolith, LoRa (sidewalk??), and iOS followup; Ransomware Days instead of snow days, M1 shines with Windows and Tensorflow, and AWS announces a Mac service. And an enormous iOS radio proximity zero click attack. For fun the Star Wars scroll creator, the Arecibo collapse (not fun), ice age pa…
 
Jon and Eric talk about a book and forget to mention the name (Rhythm of War, btw). Running Office on Apple Silicon times 3. More Ragnar Locker followup just so we can say Ragnarlok again. cPanel 2FA oops and a MobileIron RCE (along with a Password Manager Detour). Finally, booting from vinyl, a mysterious obelisk in the middle of Southern Utah, an…
 
Eric doesn't hike Mt St Helens, instead finds mold growing in the bathroom. Jon goes to the coast and puts a wifi switch in his shop. Honest Criminals, Play Store "Malware", Liquor Ransomware, and 3 little iOS 0days. Eric throws a Jeopardy tribute and Jon does XSS and bioconductive ink. 0:00 - Intro 12:25 - Mt St Helens Hike 2020 13:28 - Honest Cri…
 
Jon does yard work, Eric muses about holiday light displays. Mutant Bacterial Enzyme followup and Election Phishing (is the election over yet)? Details on potential ransomware attacks on US Health Care infrastructure. Eric chats about a very expensive rock and faster than light travel, Jon mentions murder hornets and fills us in on Lise Meitner. 0:…
 
Everyone go Vote! Winter (rain) is coming to Oregon, gotta get those chores done. Venice dodges the flood again, and Dickeys is breached. Chrome has a zero day, Google kills Nest Secure (and many other products), and phishing and exfiltration using legit services. For fun, did we mention you should vote? Also an uncrushable beetle and an Asteroid S…
 
Some Covid Phishing and Microsoft takes TrickBot to court. McAfee releases details on an Azure bug bounty and donates the proceeds to charity. Eric votes for David Attenborough and Jon votes for Generative Adversarial Network Art. #VOTE 0:00 - Intro 12:19 - Venice - 24 hours later 13:43 - FinFisher Raid 15:42 - Phishing the President's Covid 18:47 …
 
Jon Paints and Eric Hikes. Calories anyone? Typosquatting followup, zerologon is multiplatform, and who doesn't like SPACE! Four! Point! Oh! Please Vote, and were you aware IAM is difficult? For fun we have Venice barriers, punk Astley, Twinkie Fungi, Nobel Prizes, and gene splicing. Please leave us a review! 0:00 - Intro 1:39 - Painting 6:15 - Elk…
 
Jon patches his QNAP, Eric follows coffee maker firmware shenanigans. There's a 9-1-1 outage and a deconstructed Mac Spyware app. Ring makes a camera drone to fly around the inside of your house and Civilization is on the Subscription Bandwagon. 0:00 - Intro 7:26 - Meatless Mark Rober 13:43 - QNAP Ransomware 17:32 - Coffee Maker Ransomware 25:09 - …
 
No Mt. St. Helens for Eric, but bonus honey for Jon. GitHub drops passwords for cloning, Jon remembers a two year old underwater datacenter. More reminders about Disinformation and "Game Over" if you don't patch your servers. Eric's something fun isn't all that fun, then he stomps on Jon's fun. Jon gets excited about Library of Congress tech. 0:00 …
 
Wildfires are consuming the west coast -- including Oregon; Eric repurposes railing for a fence, Hartford schools and Pakistan's largest power company hit by ransomware. For fun Eric has a FrozenBird and Mario Cart Live, and Jon brings the board game Karmaka. 0:00 - Intro 11:23 - Building A Fence 14:57 - School Ransomware 18:01 - Pakistan Ransomwar…
 
Warning: This episode is rife with cliches. Eric's getting a new deck. Jon weeds and fences. Googling GitHub is now a thing. Apple notarizes a bad app. "Good" email names are more trouble than they're worth, and MoFi gets a 6 out of 10. Eric steals his something fun and Jon 1-ups that with a new 3d printer and an Umbrella Academy. 0:00 - Intro 12:0…
 
Jon harvests honey and Eric's on another road trip. "A Nevada Company" is Tesla, US Gov warns of the "BeagleBoyz", Bridgefy isn't secure, and an Ad Click Stealer. For fun Eric likes the Microsoft Flight Simulator (and the glitches), and Jon recommends an old fashioned (and fantastic) blog: honeybeesuite.com. 0:00 - Intro 3:43 - Honey Harvest 8:41 -…
 
Time behaves differently for Jon and Eric. More data leaked as ATMs give out "free" cash. A cruise line gets hit with ransomware and Jon explains Hooking (not that kind!) while Eric reviews shooting lasers at the moon and Jon clones keys from sound. 0:00 - Intro 16:02 - Insta, TikTok & YouTube 18:33 - ATM Banking Ooops 22:06 - Cruise Line Ransomwar…
 
Eric takes Stormlight on the road, Jon tries to change the oil, and the pickles are coming out just fine. Substack epitomizes irony by violating privacy in a privacy policy update, and a tiny bit more info in the Twitter breach. Nintendo game source leak exploration, GDPR complaints, and a PDF Shadow Attack. For fun, Eric brings another Pi project …
 
Intro segue goodness, and, how to phrase it, largely home ec pickle talk - because Jon eats sandwiches (a lot). Some twitter followup, a well documented Twilio breach and Apple tries to roll out its Security Research Device program to much rejoicing (that's a reference). Fast Chargers can be bad and a genealogy hack for lulz. Eric appreciates that …
 
Go see NEOWISE while you can! Eric's almost got his microscope built, and Jon can't pass a hardware store. An open source password manager, more dark web prices, and an Unc0ver followup. A bad vuln (SIGRed) in Windows DNS, a massive Twitter compromise, and an Indian social app (Chingari) lack-of-authentication. For fun Eric's going to build a Pi Sn…
 
Jon and Eric talk about their July 4th Activities. There's a Tsunami coming and not the billions of passwords on the dark web. Watch your DNS and BIG-IP. New Far Side, a CyberForge and a codec that makes Jon happy. 0:00 - Intro - 4th of July Events 14:44 - Tsunami Coming 16:50 - Billions Of Passwords 23:23 - Azure Takeovers 31:03 - BIG-IP 35:32 - T…
 
Eric goes to the beach for a change of scenery, while Jon shovels manure on his PTO. Local governments are hit with a MageCart attack, and a whole lot of discussion about Safari -- what isn't coming, what's been taken away, and what's new in the next version. A few other WWDC announcements like Apple Silicon. Eric's building his new 3D printer, and…
 
Father's Day ramblings, more magecart madness, and setup your MFA before the bad guys do it for you. Safe Browsing bug and printers exposing themselves. A rickroll, a basketball, and Smallville. 0:00 - Intro 8:15 - More Magecart Madness 12:58 - MFA Or Crooks Will 20:28 - Face ID for Safari 21:22 - Face ID and Touch ID WWDC Video 23:47 - Safe Browsi…
 
Jon breaks Big News on the Podcast. Eric Plays Video Games. Patch Tuesday says Super Size Me. Apple says Let's Help a Password Manager out. Honda says Hold Up a Minute. SGAxe says Hello (No relation to the body spray). Eric Doodles while Jon Noodles on his Network. Finally, Ty says Thank You, Germany... 0:00 - Intro 1:23 - Rocket League 4:59 - Big …
 
Rough week for so many people. #BlackLivesMatter. Talk to your kids. Protest. Donate [time|money|both]. In the security world, the iOS Jailbreak is patched, there's a big Thai cell provider leak, a vulnerability in Sign in with Apple is fixed, and one of the largest dark web hosting providers is taken offline. For fun this week, Eric brings an 8gb …
 
Eric logs another 1500 miles. Jon does more bee stuff and then can't print a microscope. There's a blue mockingbird with a juicy potato. A jailbreak is unc0vered and Alex Stamos starts with 0 and lists some levels of privacy protection. Eric tries some zsh aliases and marvels at 23 movies in chronological order... BY SCENE... Jon likes Cicada Prime…
 
Welcome to Blackberry talk. Hospitals need to fix things too, and how to decode a data breach. Signal proxies Giphy, unemployment fraud, chrome 83, and Tracked By Beer. St. Helens erupted 40 years ago this week, you can build your own microscope with a Pi and a 3d printer, plastic eating enzymes and massive migrating magma blobs! 0:00 - Intro - too…
 
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