You may have heard of “technical debt”, but have you heard of “security debt”? In this episode, Jay and Joao will tell you all about it and why it’s a major issue for organizations.
Through a joint effort, the FBI as well as NCA struck a major blow to the Lockbit ransomware group. In this episode, Jay and Joao will discuss this story as well as the state of Linux in the enterprise/open-source landscape.
When a threat actor breaks into a router and adds firewall rules that the owner didn’t approve of, that’s considered hacking. But when the FBI does it… …it isn’t?! In this episode Jay and Joao discuss a recent story where the FBI did exactly that, and they’ll also discuss how Microsoft has become the biggest “face palm” discussed on the podcast so far.
In this episode, Jay and Joao will discuss an update on the GTA source code theft, how much threat actors are making from ransomware, and more!
The Mirai botnet brought the entirety of the internet to its breaking point back in 2016, taking down many prominent web sites. Now, an article from Wired has emerged that reveals the full story behind the scenes – how the threat actors got started, how the events played out, as well as what they’re up to these days. Join Jay and Joao as they discuss this very interesting story!
In this episode, Jay and Joao catch up on recent stories. Among the topics they’ll discuss another version of CentOS going end of life (and why upgrading isn’t so straight-forward), the recent curl vulnerability, and more!
We’ve talked about Supply Chain Attacks on this podcast before, and in this episode Jay and Joao discuss another form of this popular attack vector – RepoJacking! RepoJacking occurs when a repository (such as one hosted on Github) changes information, and due to a link between the old repository info and the new – threat actors can take advantage of this. Join Jay and Joao for a discussion on this attack vector.
There’s a multitude of ways you can lose money in Las Vegas, but this time it’s not from gambling. In this episode, Jay and Joao will discuss a recent and still developing story where MGM was the target of what appears to be a ransomware attack.