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Clearing the FOG: Speaking truth to expose the forces of greed on WeAct Radio, 1480 am, out of Anacostia, Washington, DC. The ruling FOG (Forces of Greed) spin news stories in their favor and keep the masses distracted with celebrity gossip and reality shows. Each week we feature guests who are working to expose the truth and offer real solutions to the current crises faced by our nation and the world. Knowledge is power, and with this knowledge you will be empowered to act to shift power to ...
 
We created this podcast in recognition that there are a number of podcasts for the American “left,” but many of them focus heavily on the organizing of social democrats, progressives, and liberal democrats. Aside from that, on the left we are always fighting a war of ideas and if we do not continue to build platforms to share those ideas and the stories of their implementation from a leftist perspective, they will continue to be ignored, misrepresented, and dismissed by the capitalist media ...
 
Peace is the way. The Revolution is in between Your Ears. Re-Contextualizing History... One Episode at a Time. Peace Revolution is a self-study curriculum produced by Tragedy and Hope dot com and funded by the Subscribers to the Tragedy and Hope Online Research and Development Community. Supporting T&H allows Peace Revolution to remain free of commercials and advertisements. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! Since 2006, we have created over 500+ hours of educational information in audio and video ...
 
My purpose is to help people live a Happy and Healthy life. I am an expert personal trainer and coach. I am the creator and owner of the now famous gym called Breaking Bars Training Center. In my pod cast, I interview people from all walks of life to learn about their experiences in success as well as what they have learned from their failures. I have had great talks with so many wonderful people on this pod cast. I have interviewed NFL Hall of Fame Defensive Back Brian Dawkins, World Class ...
 
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America’s NSA reviews twenty-five vulnerabilities under active exploitation by Chinese intelligence services. The UK’s NCSC accuses the GRU of more international cyberattacks. The US Justice Department brings its long-expected anti-trust suit against Google. Ben Yelin examines overly invasive company Zoom policies. Our guest is Jessica Gulick from …
 
Last October following the re-election of indigenous president Evo Morales in Bolivia, the United States backed a coup that successfully forced him out of power. The coup regime reversed many of the gains made under Morales and waged violent and austerity policies against the people. A new presidential election was held this past weekend largely be…
 
This is a quick special report. In this episode we interview TeleSUR English presenter and Kawsachun News co-founder Camila Escalante. Camila shares with us the latest news coming out of Bolivia today October 19th, after the Movement Toward Socialism seemingly had a resounding victory at the polls yesterday October 18th, returning to power just a y…
 
Updates on influence ops and campaign hacking show that the opposition has its troubles, too. TrickBot operators seem to have returned to business. Schools’ remote learning programs are providing attractive targets for cybercriminals. Iranian news outlets say ports were the targets of last week’s cyberattacks. David Dufour explains how phishing cam…
 
This episode of Boss Talk features Rebecca Dankewich. Rebecca is a single mother of three boys. Rebecca is a very high level content creator on Tic Tok. She has a massive following. She's closing in on 100,000 followers and a million likes. Rebecca and I talk about her life and her struggles with trauma, divorce, and the daily grind of being a sing…
 
Senior VP of Cyber Operations at KnowBe4, Rosa Smothers, talks about her career as an early cybersecurity professional in what she describes as the Wild, Wild West to her path through government intelligence work. Rosa shares how she always knew she wanted to be involved with computers and how being a big Star Trek nerd and fan particularly of Spoc…
 
Bitdefender researchers recently uncovered a sophisticated APT-style attack targeting an international architectural and video production company. The attack shows signs of industrial espionage, similar to another of Bitdefender’s recent investigations of the StrongPity APT group. The real-estate industry is highly competitive, and information exfi…
 
Phishing through redirector domains. Content moderation, influence operations, and Section 230. A Twitter outage is due to an error, not an attack. QQAAZZ money-laundering gang members indicted. Johannes Ullrich tracks Mirai Bots going after Amanda backups. Our guest is Richard Hummel from Netscout with research on cybersecurity trends and forecast…
 
Tehran says this week’s cyberattacks are under investigation. Silent Librarian returns to campus for academic year 2020-2021. Crooks are posing as nation-state hackers. Domestic disinformation reported in Guinea and Ghana. Disinformation, content moderation, and the difficulties presented by both. US Cyber Command’s forward engagement campaign. Mik…
 
In this episode of the pod cast, I sat down with Brandon Lilly. This was a real and raw conversation. Brandon is mostly known throughout the world as one of the most fierce and competitive power lifters on the planet during his prime. Brandon has traveled the world and was once a part of Westside Barbell. These days Brandon spends his time living h…
 
Reports of cyberattacks against Iranian government and, possibly, economic targets, are circulating, but details are sparse. Norway accuses Russia of hacking parliamentary emails. A cybercriminal gang’s secret is volume. A social engineering campaign singles out victims with US IP addresses. Joe Carrigan on a million dollar REvil recruitment offer.…
 
Trickbot gets hit by both US Cyber Command and an industry team led by Microsoft. CISA and the FBI warn that an unnamed threat actor is chaining vulnerabilities, including Zerologon, to gain access to infrastructure and government targets. Ben Yelin shares his thoughts on the US House’s report on monopoly status for some of tech's biggest players. …
 
The Global South is adversely impacted by the many crises that exist in this world - the climate crisis, pandemic, recession, war to name a few. Although the Global South is wealthy in terms of culture, biodiversity, knowledge and more, the way the Global North defines what is valuable contributes to economic inequality between the North and South …
 
I had a fun conversation today on the pod cast with James Sanders. James is an avid outdoors man, archer, bow hunter, and all around great guy. He loves to BBQ when he's not serving the country on active duty. Here are some things we talked about in this episode. -Family Life -Bow Hunting -Archery -Military experience -Cameron Hanes -Breaking the s…
 
Ben describes a decades-long global espionage campaign alleged to have been carried out by the CIA and NSA, Dave shares a story about the feds using cell phone location data for immigration enforcement, and later in the show our conversation with Drew Harwell from the Washington Post on his article on how Colleges are turning students’ phones into …
 
In this episode, I pod cast with Mr. Doug Gainey. Doug Gainey Promotions organizes an annual festival called Drift Jam. Drift Jam is a Non-Profit Organization that supports Operation HomeFront. "I take my job as a music promoter very seriously. I make your event, concert or show my priority to publicize and make sure it exceeds your wildest expecta…
 
Investigative journalist and author Geoff White talks about tracing a line through the dots of his career covering technology. Geoff shares that he has always been "quite geeky," but came to covering technology after several roles in the journalism industry. Newspapers, magazines and television were all media Geoff worked in before covering technol…
 
Containers offer speed, performance, and portability, but do they actually contain? While they try their best, the shared kernel is a disturbing attack surface: a mere kernel vulnerability may allow containerized processes to escape and compromise the host. This issue prompted a new wave of sandboxing tools that use either unikernels, lightweight V…
 
A Parliamentary committee issues a scathing report on Huawei’s connection to the Chinese government and the Communist Party of China. Facebook takes down coordinated inauthenticity with a domestic focus in four countries. Twitter goes after influence operators in four other countries. Betsy Carmelite addresses threats to telehealth platforms. Our g…
 
Add the Bahamut cyber mercenaries to the shadow armies for hire in cyberspace. Reports associate the SlothfulMedia RAT with Chinese intelligence services, and claim that it’s being used against India and China. The US takes down domains the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps uses to push disinformation. Trends in phishbait. Caleb Barlow rethinks a T…
 
Cyber ops accompany fighting in the Caucasus. Iranian threat group exploits Zerologon in the wild. The Kraken gets unleashed in Southeast Asia, of all places. Emotet is back, and it’s after state and local governments. The US House identifies the Four Horsemen of Silicon Valley. Monero gains criminal market share. The US Comptroller of the Currency…
 
This episode is powerful. Brian Mance and I talk about his fight to beat neurosarcoidosis. Neurosarcoidosis is a very rare disease that left him completely paralyzed within a matter of hours from first onset. We discuss Brian's life, his traumas, and his fight to defeat this rare disease. Brian is the lone survivor of his immediate family at only 3…
 
This was a cool episode to record. Adam and I talk about garage gyms, we do some quality reviews and comparisons on various pieces of equipment and the companies that create these pieces. We talk about the evolution of his concept from a side gig to a full blown business that he makes a living at doing it full time now. Some people that were mentio…
 
In this episode we interview Laura Whitehorn. Laura Whitehorn is a co-founder and organizer with the RAPP Campaign (Release Aging People in Prison). Whitehorn is a veteran organizer of numerous organizations, including Friends of SNCC, the Weathermen, Prairie Fire Organizing Committee, the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee, the May 19th Communist Orga…
 
Spyware version of Mirai detected in the wild. The People’s Liberation Army is told, by its government, to lighten up on US election stories. Centripetal wins a major patent lawsuit. Excel is not a big data tool. John McAfee is arrested on US tax charges. Our guest is Roger Barranco from Akamai on tracking increased DDoS attacks. Ben Yelin on a cas…
 
October 1, 2020, marked the twelfth anniversary of AFRICOM, the United States military's presence in Africa. An international day of action was organized to call for AFRICOM to be shut down and for the US to stop interfering in Africa. Ajamu Baraka, a human rights defender and the national organizer of the Black Alliance for Peace, which coordinate…
 
Attacks on maritime shipping organizations raise concerns about global supply chains. Someone’s pushing spyware through the firmware. Someone else is messing with the heads of Trickbot’s masters. A new ransomware strain, Egregor, shows again that a ransomware attack amounts to a data breach. Huawei may be losing ground in Europe. Mike Benjamin from…
 
In this episode, I do an in person pod cast with one of my best friends, Mr. Joe Patterson. Joe spent 13 years in SC prisons before being released 2 years ago. He is finally free of all paperwork and the watchful eyes of the SCDOC. Now he is facing some issues with PTSD. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a real thing. This episode is real, raw, and…
 
Commandant for the National Security Agency's National Cryptologic School Diane M. Janosek shares the story of her career going global Diane explains how she's always been drawn to doing things that could help and raise the nation. From a position as a law clerk during law school, to the role of a judicial clerk, and joining the White House Counsel…
 
In this episode, I pod cast with Nordine Taleb. Nordine is a professional mixed martial artist and 7 year veteran of the UFC. Nordine fought in the UFC 13 times over those 7 years. During this episode: We discuss -his early life and education in France -his fighting career -his experience on the Ultimate Fighter -BJ Penn -His goals in life and his …
 
Threat actors and cybercriminals that don’t have the ability to develop their own ransomware for malicious campaigns can turn to the Smaug Ransomware as a Service (RaaS) offering, which is available via a Dark Web Onion site. At least two threat actors are operating the site, providing ransomware that can be used to target Windows, macOS, and Linux…
 
SlothfulMedia is the new RAT in town. Emotet spam counts on political commitments. ESET describes two distinct spyware campaigns in the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Hackers are paying more attention than usual to the maritime sector. Awais Rashid from the University of Bristol on privacy concerns of contact tracing apps. Our guest is Krystle Por…
 
In this episode, I sit down with my long time friend Bert Sorin. Not only is Bert one of the coolest guys on the planet, he's a highly successful business man, a soundly articulate and sought after speaker in both the strength and conditioning world and the world of hunting. Bert travels the world to hunt and experience the great outdoors. You coul…
 
Two ransomware incidents now seem worse than originally believed. Hacking hospitals raises concerns for patient safety. It appears Fancy Bear was the group that hacked the US Federal agency CISA warned about recently. Chris Novak from Verizon considers whether investigations should be performed under attorney client privilege and if that privilege …
 
In this episode, I get to discuss Feminism in the legal profession and the History of Women's Rights with my friend Grace Van Dyke. Grace is 28 years old and has been a practicing attorney now for four years. Here are some topics we discuss during this episode. Please enjoy! -Grace's Experience as a practicing attorney -Discrimination in the Legal …
 
Ransomware gangs continue to look for an opportunistic payday. Another exposed database is found, and secured. Captchas and padlock icons have their place, but they’re not a guarantee of security. Microsoft explains how to reduce exposure to Zerologon. The US looks to reduce dependence on foreign microelectronics. Joe Carrigan has thoughts on Faceb…
 
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