Security 42 – Android Permissions

Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt have plagued us over the last week with an article that shows how bad Facebook’s messenger program is. However, nobody actually took a second to think why those permissions were being asked. Remember android asks for permissions up front, while iOS asks at time of use. Show Notes: Original Article: CBS […]

inThirty 139 – A Misaligned Menagerie of News

Seriously, nothing happened in the last week. We have a few stories, but nothing major. The show must go on, so we found a bunch of stories that hopefully will make for a good show. Show Notes: Aaron Swartz – The Internet’s Own Boy Facebook’s Developer Conference F8  | Mashable Apple PR | MacBook Air […]

Security 55 – Facebook Encrypts

While the title is misleading, it isn’t all that incorrect. First we tackle follow up on LastPass. We then talk about a coalition to SSL all the websites. We finish talking about how WhatsApp, a Facebook company, just went all encryption crazy. http://media.blubrry.com/inthirty/p/inthirty.net/podcasts/Security-55-Facebook-Encrypts.mp3

inThirty 129 – Whats App Again

Nothing special here, just talking once again about WhatsApp, a scrappy little startup that just sold for 19 Billion, with a B, to Facebook.  What does that mean for the rest of us.  Will we have to figure out another way to communicate, or will it coexist with Facebook. Show Notes: Four Numbers That Explained […]

inThrity 86 – Facebook Home

Facebook’s big announcement brings your identity to your Android phone with Facebook home. Your fearless cohosts invite Kelly Guimont to help dust off our Facebook accounts and see if this is enough to respark our love affair with the socialiest of social networks. Show Notes Kelly Guimont on Twitter | Kelly Guimont on App.net “HTC […]