Security 69- Rapid Fire

Nothing major happened this week, but we do have a bunch of little stories. We give Tom four minutes each story, and let him explain to us what is going on. Moxie Marlinspike | PGP Ars Technica | Hillary ran her own webserver Journalism Tools for Privacy WSJ | SIM Card Theft Ars Technica | […]

Security 37 – More News

Once again, news hit as we were doing our pre show in that Avast security says that wiping your phone will not actually wipe it. We ask Tom if that is true, and he responds with a well researched Ars Technica article. After we talk about how someone is suing the TOR network because he […]

Security 32 – Google’s Don’t Be Evil Moment

First Up Updates: Nothing… Big Fat nothing on truecrypt We then tackle Google’s business model of making money through advertisements. They created Gmail to harvest data, but it is impressive that they created a chrome extension (End to End) to encrypt messages between people. Tom explains why this is good, how it works, and will […]

Security – 31 – TrueCrypt?

On today’s episode we talk about what is going on with TrueCrypt. The website takes us to a sourceforge page and directions to move to BitLocker. That is all we know. Well Tom, read a lot more than I do, so we let him explain. Show Notes: Steve Gibson 1 Steve Gibson 2 GitHub […]

Security 23 – Email and Follow Up

First off, sorry about skipping last week. Both of us were under the weather. You can still hear it in our voices. We first have followup about an omission that we said on the email show about Mailvelope. Yes, Mailvelope opens a separate window outside of your webmail that will paste the encrypted message back. […]