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 35 – News of the Week

This week was another news week. We only got to three of the four stories listed below: Researchers Find and Decode the Spy Tools Governments Use to Hijack Phones Congress passes amendment to defund NSA ‘backdoor’ surveillance National Transparency Report Supreme Court bans warrantless cell phone searches, updates privacy laws http://media.blubrry.com/inthirty/p/inthirty.net/podcasts/Security-35-News-of-the-week.mp3

Security 12 – [Explicit] NSA Gets the iOS7 Treatment (Part 3 of Many)

We had a great show for you, but once again, news that couldn’t wait popped up. Once again we talk about what is going on with the NSA revelations. The big news is that iOS devices could potentially have malware that sends the data back to Utah. While only a physical attack, remote attacks ‘are […]

Security 03 – NSA (Part 1 of Many)

New information came out proving that Google and Yahoo were correct in their statement that they have not given or allowed the NSA to come in and parse user data. On today’s show we discuss how the NSA tapped Google and Yahoo at the weakest link. Show Notes: http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/nsa-infiltrates-links-to-yahoo-google-data-centers-worldwide-snowden-documents-say/2013/10/30/e51d661e-4166-11e3-8b74-d89d714ca4dd_story.html http://media.blubrry.com/inthirty/p/inthirty.net/podcasts/inSecurity-03-NSA-Part-1.mp3

Security 01 – Pilot

Welcome to our podcast on security. Our goal is to take complicated issues and break them down for the average person. On our first episode of inSecurity, we discuss what it means to have your buddy list and address book shared with the NSA. Next we tackle what is meant by Glen Greenwald with “The […]