In this 2010 throwback, Paul chats with Bruce Potter, one of the organizers of the annual Washington, DC based hacker convention Shmoocon.
In this throwback, we hearken all the way back to 2011 to our interview with Raphael Mudge. Raphael developed Armitage, a graphical cyber attack management tool that visualizes targets, recommends exploits, and exposes Metasploit’s advanced capabilities.
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Craig Heffner is an interesting specimen. Not only is he skilled in analyzing wireless and embedded systems, but has skin that is bioluminescent at 200 meters below sea level (according to the show notes, at least). Before his interview, however, what kind of show would Security Weekly be without Paul ribbing on Jack?
Brian spent his first 20 years at NSA performing and directing research that developed cryptographic components and secure systems. He retired in 2006 and is now a Security Consultant and Ethics Advisor. Paul and Jack discuss his career and opinions on current events in this week’s throwback!
HD Moore founded the Metasploit Project in the summer of 2003 with the goal of becoming a public resource for exploit code research and development. In this throwback segment, Paul and the gang pick his brain about the inception of the project – once Paul gets his soundboard working.
Photo Credit: Ethan Prater Many people ask me how I keep up with the security news. Its really not a huge secret, okay maybe some things are secret. I will share a couple of items with the Security Weekly Tribe: I’ve been using an RSS reader since the begining. The software I choose to use […]
Let’s talk about marketing! In this week’s Throwback, Aaron Crawford explains the importance of properly packaging your products to increase sales and consumer happiness. Originally recorded May 12, 2012.
Careers are filled with ups, downs, twists and turns. When I take a moment to look back on my career so far, its certainly been a fun journey. This particular crossroads in my career is special for a whole lot of reasons as it marks the end of an awesome chapter and brings new and […]
Sharon Goldberg joins us to talk about her research into NTP, BGP and DNS protocol security. Sharon has deep knowledge of these protocols, networking and crypto and I promise you are going to love this interview! http://traffic.libsyn.com/securityweeklytv/Security_Weekly_445_Sharon_Goldberg_Interview__HDVideo_converted.mp3
John Strand answers Paul’s 5 tough questions on penetration testing. With Larry Pesce and Jeff Man. http://traffic.libsyn.com/securityweeklytv/psw-444-johnstrand-pentesting.mp3