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An AI chatbot is causing a stir - both impressing and terrifying users in equal measure. A security researcher discovers that a "smart" cam that doesn't use the internet is err.. using the internet. And university students revolt over under-the-belt surveillance. All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Host Unknown's Thom Langford.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:While anticipation builds for GPT-4, OpenAI quietly releases GPT-3.5 - TechCrunch.OpenAI upgrades GPT-3, stunning with rhyming poetry and lyrics - Ars Technica.GPT-3.5 finds a security vulnerability - Twitter.Mind-Blowing examples of OpenAI ChatGPT for Security, Infosec & Hacking - YouTube.OpenAI's new ChatGPT bot: 10 dangerous things it's capable of - Bleeping Computer.What GPT-3.5 really thinks about us humans - Twitter.We asked GPT-3.5 to write a story about the “Smashing Security” hosts - Twitter.GPT-Chat - OpenAI.Researcher Paul Moore questions Eufy about its privacy - Twitter.Eufy’s “local storage” cameras can be streamed from anywhere, unencrypted - Ars Technica.Eufy privacy statement - Eufy.‘NO’: Grad Students Analyze, Hack, and Remove Under-Desk Surveillance Devices Designed to Track Them - Vice. Max Von Himmel Twitter Feed - Twitter. It’s Not Science, Just Surveillance (and it's Under Your Desk) - TWC newsletter. Northeastern University - Northeastern University homepage. 
Why deleting your Twitter account may be a very bad idea, how the police unravelled the iSpoof fraud gang, and a trip into outer space (or at least interplanetary file systems).All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by original show co-host Vanja Švajcer.What an amazing 6 years of bickering it has been… thanks to all of you who have tuned in, appeared on the show, or supported us! 🙏Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:Smashing Security #001: “One cup, two hotel guests” - YouTube.Whoopi Goldberg Quitting Twitter: “As Of Tonight I’m Done” - Deadline.Stephen Fry Joins Celebrity Twitter Exodus, Says “Goodbye” With Scrabble Message - Deadline.Twitter Users Warned Not To Delete Their Accounts - Here’s Why - ForbesHow to deactivate your account - Twitter.InterPlanetary File System - Wikipedia.Cyber Criminal Adoption of IPFS for Phishing, Malware Campaigns - Cisco Talos.Decentralized IPFS networks forming the 'hotbed of phishing' - The Register.UK police arrest 120 in largest-ever cyber fraud crackdown - Computer Weekly. Grote spoofingdienst uit de lucht gehaald door internationale samenwerking - Politie.nl.Received a text from the Metropolitan Police about iSpoof? - Cel solicitors.iSpoof' service dismantled, main operator and 145 users arrested - Bleeping Computer.iSpoof: What is iSpoof and how did police take down scam call site linked to 200,000 victims? - The Scotman.Listen to the...
Deepfake shenanigans strike users of troubled crypto firm FTX, the perils of charging your electric vehicle, and is Microsoft's takeover of Activision good news for video game fanatics.All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by John Hawes of AMTSO.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:Larry David promotes FTX in Superbowl ad - YouTube.Crypto giant FTX collapses into bankruptcy - BBC News.FTX's new CEO: "Never in my career have I seen such a complete failure" - CBS News.Tom Brady, Giselle Bündchen, Larry David & Steph Curry Caught In FTX Crypto Fallout With Class Action Suit - Deadline.Bankman-Fried's FTX, senior staff, parents bought Bahamas property worth $300 milion - Reuters.Tweet showing Sam Bankman-Fried deepfake scam - Twitter.FTX Founder Deepfake Offers Refund to Victims in Verified Twitter Account Scam - Vice.Crypto.com CEO admits company accidentally sent 320,000 ETH ($416 million) to another crypto exchange a few weeks prior - Web3 is going great.Sandia studies vulnerabilities of electric vehicle charging infrastructure - Sandia Labs.Review of Electric Vehicle Charger Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities, Potential Impacts, and Defenses - MDPI.Shocker: EV charging infrastructure is seriously insecure - The Register.Microsoft to acquire Activision Blizzard to bring the joy and community of gaming to everyone, across every device - Microsoft.Gaming for everyone, everywhere: our view on the Activision Blizzard acquisition - Microsoft.
Elon Musk is still causing chaos at Twitter (and it's beginning to impact users), are scammers selling your house without your permission, and Google gets stung with a record-breaking fine.All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by The Cyberwire's Dave Bittner.Plus don't miss our featured interview with Pentera's Shakel Ahmed talking about automating continuous cyber defence validation.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:Graham offers Dave Bittner some advice on “Welcome Datacomp”... in 1995! - Usenet.Elon Musk apologises to users for Twitter being slow - Twitter.Former Twitter employee doesn’t think Elon Musk knows what he’s talking about - Twitter.Eric Frohnhoefer says Elon Musk is wrong - Twitter.Twitter engineer calls out Elon Musk for technical BS in unusual career move - The Register.Elon Musk says that he is turning off microservices “bloatware” - Twitter.Twitter’s SMS Two-Factor Authentication Is Melting Down - Wired.Elon only trusts Elon - Platformer.Elon’s paranoid purge - Platformer.Google to pay nearly $400 million over deceptive location tracking practices - The Record.Follow Smashing Security on Mastodon.South Bay Man Pleads Guilty to Participating in a Multimillion-Dollar Real Estate Scam Involving Fake Open Houses at Not-for-Sale Homes - Justice.gov.A South Bay man accepted hundreds of offers from open houses. But the homes weren’t for sale - LA Times. The typing of the Regex.Fesshole - Twitter.If Books Could Kill -...
Graham offers some security and privacy advice for those exodusing Twitter to Mastodon, and Carole slams the door shut on a notorious scammer with a huge Instagram following.All this and more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, who aren't joined by a guest this week.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, some snorting, and rude language.Episode links:Mastodon: What you need to know for your security and privacy - Graham Cluley.Follow Graham Cluley on Mastodon.Hushpuppi: Notorious Nigerian fraudster jailed for 11 years in US - BBC. Influencer involved in $1.1 million Qatar school financing scam jailed - Alarabiya. Influencer ‘Ray Hushpuppi’ jailed over plan to launder $300m - The Guardian. Hushpuppi’s wife, Imams write judge as US court sentences fraudster today - Premium Times.Living trailer - YouTube.Kleo - Netflix. Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)Sponsored by:Kolide – the SaaS app that sends employees important, timely, and relevant security recommendations concerning their Mac, Windows, and Linux devices, right inside Slack.Bitwarden – Password security you can trust. Bitwarden is an open source password manager trusted by millions of individuals, teams, and organizations worldwide for secure password storage and sharing.Sealit - Zero Trust Data Protection: protect, share, and monitor confidential emails and files - without passwords. Integrated with Gmail, Outlook, and file systems. Learn more and take advantage of Sealit's special offer to "Smashing Security" listeners.Support the show:You can help the podcast by telling your friends and colleagues about “Smashing Security”, and leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser.Become a
Twitter has a new chief twit in the form of Elon Musk and he's causing problems, scientists say artificial intelligence may help us communicate with animals, and is the office of the future set in the metaverse?All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Mark Stockley.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, dolphin noises, and rude language.Episode links:Twitter employees are sleeping on the office floor to meet Elon Musk’s deadlines - The Verge.Elon Musk shows what being Chief Twit is all about across weird weekend - The Register.Pranksters pretending to be laid-off Twitter employees leave San Francisco HQ - YouTube.Twitter Limits Content-Enforcement Work as US Election Looms - Bloomberg.Twitter’s Yoel Roth comments on the firm’s trust and safety staff having their access to moderation and enforcement tools frozen - Twitter. Paul Pelosi Conspiracy Theory Trends on Twitter After Elon Musk Pushes It - Rolling Stone.Yoel Roth describes how Twitter will warn users of misleading information - Twitter.Yoel Roth describes “surge in hateful conduct on Twitter” - Twitter.The Demise of Digg: How an Online Giant Lost Control of the Digital Crowd - Harvard.Follow Graham on Mastodon.How tech is helping us talk to animals - Vox.“The Sounds of Life: How Digital Technology Is Bringing Us Closer to the Worlds of Animals and Plants” - Book by Karen Bakker.Project CETI - The Cetacean Translation Initiative. Not to be mixed-up with Project SETI.The Dark Side Of VR - The Intercept. a...
What is slushygate and how does it link to sextortion in the States? What is the most impersonated brand when it comes to delivering phishing emails?  And what the flip is nano-targeting?All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by fan favourite Maria Varmazis.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.No contortionists were hurt during the making of this episode.Episode links:Memorandum of sentencing of Bryan Wilson - United States District Court Western District Court of Kentucky at Louisville.Accurint for Law Enforcement - LexisNexis.LexisNexis illegally collected and sold people's personal data, lawsuit alleges - CBS News.Ex-cop abused police tool in Snapshot sextortion plot that stole sexually explicit photos and videos - Bitdefender.Congress should consider enhancing protections around scores used to rank consumers (PDF) - Government Accountability Office. Online Shoppers Beware: Scammers Most Likely to Impersonate DHL - Check Point.Why Am I Seeing That Political Ad? Check Your ‘Trump Resistance’ Score  - New York Times.I Got Access to My Secret Consumer Score. Now You Can Get Yours, Too - New York Times.Mixed Idioms.Apollo Remastered.Cosmic Background.Death of an Artist - Pushkin podcasts.Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)Sponsored by:Kolide – the SaaS app that sends employees important, timely, and relevant security recommendations concerning their Mac, Windows, and Linux devices, right inside Slack.Bitwarden – Password security you can trust. Bitwarden is an open source password manager trusted
Someone's election-fiddling is uncovered with an Apple AirTag, a cyber scandal rocks Germany, and a swindler steals a fortune due to trains being delayed.All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by runZero's Chris Kitsch.Plus don't miss our featured interview with Akamai's Patrick Sullivan talking about how retailers can better thwart bots this holiday season.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:The rundown on becoming runZero: What I learned rebranding a company - Chris Kirsch on the runZero blog.Tweet by Melissa Shusterman - Twitter.Apple AirTag Used To Find Over 100 Stolen Democratic Campaign Signs, Police Say - Forbes.Wie eine russische Firma ungestört Deutschland hackt - ZDF Magazin Royale on YouTube.German cybersecurity chief investigated over Russia ties - AP News.German cybersecurity chief sacked following reports of Russia ties - The Guardian. Fraudster swindled Virgin Trains out of £116,000 in 'sophisticated' scam - MSN. Virgin Trains worker, 37, swindled rail firm out of £116,000 in 'delay and repay' compensation scam by photoshopping tickets to exploit flaw in system - Daily Mail. Train delays:How to claim if it's late or cancelled - Money Saving Expert.How many trains arrive on time - Gov.uk.Employee swindled Virgin Trains out of £116,000 in delay and repay compensation scam - Birmingham Mail. Fat Bear Week 2022.‘Fat Bear Week’ Hit By Voter-Fraud Attempt - Rolling Stone.PimEyes - Face search engine.a...
A couple unexpectedly find $10.5 million in their cryptocurrency account, and in Cambodia people are being forced to commit scams.All this and more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, who are flying solo again this week.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:DeFi bug accidentally gives $90 million to users, founder begs them to return it - CNBC.Compound boss begs users to return $90 million worth of cryptocurrency they were accidentally gifted - Robert Leshner on Twitter.Couple mistakenly given $10.5m from Crypto.com thought they had won contest, court hears - The Guardian.Mother accused of spending spree after mistakenly receiving $10 million in crypto bungle heads to trial - 9 News.Sold to gangs, forced to run online scams: inside Cambodia’s cybercrime crisis - The Guardian.ZÈRTZ game.ZÈRTZ - Wikipedia.GIPF project - Wikipedia.The Capture - BBC iPlayer.Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)Sponsored by:Kolide – the SaaS app that sends employees important, timely, and relevant security recommendations concerning their Mac, Windows, and Linux devices, right inside Slack.Bitwarden – Password security you can trust. Bitwarden is an open source password manager trusted by millions of individuals, teams, and organizations worldwide for secure password storage and sharing.Support the show:You can help the podcast by telling your friends and colleagues about “Smashing Security”, and leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser.Become a Patreon supporter for ad-free episodes and our early-release...
Has new UK prime minister Liz Truss been careless with her mobile phone, and hear the most extraordinary story of corporate cyberstalking.All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by nobody for reasons that will become obvious.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:Prison for ex-eBay staff who aggressively cyberstalked company's critics with Craigslist sex party ads and funeral wreaths - Bitdefender.Two Former eBay Executives Sentenced to Prison for Cyberstalking - US Department of Justice.Jonathan Pie: Welcome to Britain. Everything is Terrible -  NYT Opinion.UK Supermarket’s Loans-for-Groceries Offer Attracts Huge Take Up - Bloomberg.Liz Truss' mobile number is being sold online for £6.49 - Daily Mail.How to Cook a Soft Boiled Egg Perfectly Every Time - YouTube.11 Best Twitter Bots to Follow to Boost Productivity - Gadgetshouse.Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)Sponsored by:Kolide – the SaaS app that sends employees important, timely, and relevant security recommendations concerning their Mac, Windows, and Linux devices, right inside Slack.Bitwarden – Password security you can trust. Bitwarden is an open source password manager trusted by millions of individuals, teams, and organizations worldwide for secure password storage and sharing.Akamai - Make the most of Cybersecurity Awareness Month by connecting with Akamai’s experts on how you can achieve unmatched security. Where else can you take advantage of insights from 7 trillion DNS queries per day?Support the show:You can help the podcast by telling your friends and colleagues about “Smashing Security”, and leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser.Become a
Anti-porn "shameware" apps take a privacy pounding, is your image already being used by AI, and deepfake danger continues to deepen.All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Host Unknown's Thom Langford.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:The Ungodly Surveillance of Anti-Porn ‘Shameware’ Apps - WIRED.Covenant Eyes.Sick and tired of trying to quit porn? You’re not alone - Covenant Eyes promotional video.Fortify.AI Is Probably Using Your Images and It's Not Easy to Opt Out - Vice.ISIS Executions and Non-Consensual Porn Are Powering AI Art - Vice.Have I been trained?The Deepfake Danger: When It Wasn’t You On That Zoom Call - CSO Online.Deepfake Audio Has A Tell – Researchers Use Fluid Dynamics To Spot Artificial Imposter Voices - The Conversation. Deephy: On Deepfake Phylogeny - Cornell University.On The Horizon: Interactive And Compositional Deepfakes - Microsoft. Detect DeepFakes: How to counteract misinformation created by AI - MIT University. New Deepfake Threats Loom, Says Microsoft’s Chief Science Officer - Venture Beat.The Joy of Sets - BBC Archive.Steam Deck.Am I Being Unreasonable? - BBC iPlayer.Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)Sponsored by:Kolide – the SaaS app that sends
Researchers reveal how your eyeglasses could be leaking secrets when you're on video conferencing calls, we take a look at the recent data breaches involving Uber and Grand Theft Auto 6, and we cast an eye at what threats may be around the corner...All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by The Register's Iain Thomson.Plus - don't miss our featured interview with Sal Aurigemma, the faculty director of the Master of Science in Cyber Security program at the University of Tulsa.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:“Iain Exotic”, Iain Thomson’s dress-up homage to Joe Exotic, the Tiger King - Twitter.“Private Eye: On the Limits of Textual Screen Peeking via Eyeglass Reflections in Video Conferencing” - Research paper by Yan Long, Chen Yan, Shilin Xiao, Shivan Prasad, Wenyuan Xu, and Kevin Fu.“We saved you a seat in chat” - Rather large text on the Twitch website.Stalker zoomed in on Japanese idol’s eyes to find out where she lived - Graham Cluley.Uber is looking for more security staff - Twitter.Uber explains how it was pwned this month, points finger at Lapsus$ gang - The Register.Uber’s hacker *irritated* his way into its network, stole internal documents - Graham Cluley.Security update - Uber.Grand Theft Auto 6 maker confirms source code, vids stolen in cyber-heist - The Register.Cybersecurity Awareness Month - CISA. The scary future of the internet: How the tech of tomorrow will pose even bigger cybersecurity threats - ZDNet.U.S. Government Spending Billions on Cybersecurity - Hacker News.The Mitchells vs The Machines trailer - YouTube.The Mitchells vs The Machines - Netflix.a...
How could your inkjet printer finally help you make some money, why is it so hard to share our health data even if we want to, and what result do you want to see from the Elon Musk vs Twitter bunfight?All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Rory Cellan-Jones.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:Dynamic Cartridge Security - disable please - Angry customers complain on HP support forum.Update now! Many HP printers affected by three critical security vulnerabilities - MalwareBytes.HP will pay customers for blocking non-HP ink cartridges in EU - Bleeping Computer.HP and Euroconsumers settle on Dynamic Security - Euroconsumers.Ink cartridges are a scam - YouTube.Why printer ink is so expensive - Insider.Trying to print something - YouTube.UK Biobank - why won't GPs share data? - Rory’s Always On Newsletter.Another data sharing fiasco - Rory's Always On Newsletter.Tweet by Kate Bingham - Twitter.The Twitter Whistleblower Needs You to Trust Him - Time.Twitter denies whistleblower payout violates Musk’s takeover deal - MSN.Elon Musk earns a split decision in Delaware court - The New York Times.Twitter’s whistleblower has pitched up at a very inconvenient moment - The Guardian.Damning claims about Twitter’s bots...
Students learn a valuable lesson when it comes to AI detecting guns on campus, SIM swappers are surprisingly stupid, and romance scammers get scammed by someone (or some thing?) calling themselves Chiquita Banana.All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Mark Stockley.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:‘The least safe day’: rollout of gun-detecting AI scanners in schools has been a ‘cluster,’ emails show - Motherboard.Gun detection AI the latest tech to make schools less safe - TechDirt.The unproven, invasive surveillance technology schools are using to monitor students - ProPublica. NYC Mayor considering a subway security system that can’t differentiate between a laptop and a handgun - Motherboard.Violence-as-a-Service: Brickings, Firebombings & Shootings for Hire - Brian Krebs.USA vs Patrick McGovern-Allen (PDF) - Court Listener.Reports of romance scams hit record highs in 2021 - FTC.Meeting you was a fake: Investigating the increase in romance fraud during COVID-19 - Academic Research.This dating app fought scammers with bots… hilarity ensued - TechCrunch.She was 69. He Was Young, Hunky,,, and a Fraud - The Daily Beast.Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis trailer  – YouTube.Watch Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis - Netflix.The Ocean Cleanup.We flooded our dating app with bots… to scam scammers  -...
We're back from our summer break as we ask how did a cryptomining campaign stay unspotted for years, quiz special guest and infosec rockstar Mikko Hyppönen about his book, and ponder what spiders teach us about misinformation.All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Episode links:The 20 Funniest Finnish Expressions (and How To Use Them) - Matador Network.Sophos punts anti-virus for Klingon - The Register.Helsinki named Klingon-speaking capital of the world – Naked Security.Check Point Research detects Crypto Miner malware disguised as Google translate desktop and other legitimate applications - Check Point Research.If It's Smart It's Vulnerable - Book by Mikko Hyppönen.Psychological inoculation improves resilience against misinformation on social media -Science Advances.Let’s flatten the infodemic curve - WHO.The global spread of misinformation on spiders - Current Biology.A Journey Into Misinformation on Social Media - The New York Times.Google Looks to Vaccination to Combat Misinformation In Searches - The New York Times.Spiders Are Caught in a Global Web of Misinformation - The New York Times.The rock-paper-scissors/tortilla wrap game.DEF CON: The Documentary.Smashing Security Painting competition – Carole.wtf.Open Exhibition, Summer 2022 - Oxford Art Society.Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)Sponsored by:
Pornhub has a problem, the UK's Co-op supermarket is accused of big brother tactics, and we take a look at a security researcher's attempt to reveal the true identify of hackers.All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Maria Varmazis.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Theme tune: "Vinyl Memories" by Mikael Manvelyan.Assorted sound effects: AudioBlocks.Episode links:On security researcher's newsletter, exposing cybercriminals behind ransomware — CyberScoop.‘Imma Make U Dig Ur Own Grave’: He Doxes Ransomware Hackers and Gets Death Threats in Return — Vice.Intrusion Truth - Five Years of Naming and Shaming China’s Spies — Kim Zetter.Who Is 'Intrusion Truth,' Group Exposing Alleged Chinese Hackers? — Daily Dot.The Leopards Eating People's Faces Party meme — Know Your Meme.Tweet by Bill Ackman.Judge Refuses Visa’s Request to Escape Pornhub-Related Lawsuit — The New York Times.How to Prevent and Handle Robberies and Theft in Retail — Vend Retail Blog.Abuse of shopworkers is on the rise – coronavirus brought it to our attention and now we need to act — The Conversation.‘Tackling violence and abuse in retail must be one of the industry’s highest priorities’ — Retail Week.Convenience store spy cameras face legal challenge — BBC News.Looking back at the career of Bernard Cribbins — YouTube.Tribute to David Warner — YouTube.Webb Compare — John Christensen.Support Maria Varmazis on the Pan-Mass Challenge.
Uber may not face prosecution over its handling of a 2016 data breach - but its former chief security head does; how to defend your digital devices' data while on vacation, and how to change your accent with artificial intelligence.All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Naked Security's Paul Ducklin.Plus don't miss our featured interview with Ian Farquhar of Gigamon.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Theme tune: "Vinyl Memories" by Mikael Manvelyan.Assorted sound effects: AudioBlocks.Episode links:Uber Enters Non-Prosecution Agreement Related to 2016 Data Breach — US Department of Justice.Former Uber Security Chief Joe Sullivan Must Face Driver Fraud Charges — Bloomberg.Uber to pay $148 million in data breach settlement — TechCrunch.Uber paid hackers $100,000 to keep data breach quiet — Graham Cluley.Uber CISO's trial underscores the importance of truth, transparency, and trust — CSO Online.7 cybersecurity tips for your summer vacation! — Naked Security.Sanas demo.Sanas Raises $32M for Breakthrough AI Technology for Real-Time Accent Translation — Sanas press release.This 6-Million-Dollar AI Changes Accents as You Speak — IEEE Spectrum.Call centre workers can use AI to mimic your accent on the phone — New Scientist.A little less accent, a little more customer service — ComputerWorld.What Is Accent Reduction? — Accent Advisor.Compound pejoratives on Reddit – from 'buttface' to 'wankpuffin' — Colin Morris.Melissa computer virus — Wikipedia.a...
In this special edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast, computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault welcome back author and journalist Jamie Bartlett - host of "The Missing CryptoQueen" podcast.Jamie tells us about his new book, which shares more details about the disappearance of cryptocurrency scammer Dr Ruja Ignatova, and the subsequent hunt by law enforcement.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Theme tune: "Vinyl Memories" by Mikael Manvelyan.Assorted sound effects: AudioBlocks.Episode links:The Missing CryptoQueen podcast — BBC.The Missing CryptoQueen book — Penguin.Missing Cryptoqueen: FBI adds Ruja Ignatova to top ten most wanted — BBC News.Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)Sponsored by:Bitwarden – Password security you can trust. Bitwarden is an open source password manager trusted by millions of individuals, teams, and organizations worldwide for secure password storage and sharing.Drata – Put Security and Compliance on Autopilot. Build trust with your customers and scale securely with Drata, the smartest way to achieve continuous SOC 2, ISO 27001 & HIPAA compliance.Cyber Security Inside podcast -bringing you the most important and timely security topics as well as other industry experts for insightful conversations.Support the show:You can help the podcast by telling your friends and colleagues about “Smashing Security”, and leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser.Become a Patreon supporter for ad-free episodes and our early-release feed!Follow us:Follow the show on Twitter at @SmashinSecurity, or on the Smashing Security subreddit, or visit our website for more episodes.
A self-proclaimed "super hacker" causes problems in the Magic Kingdom, criminals regret trusting Anom phones, and lawsuits are filed against TikTok.All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Anna Brading.Plus don't miss our featured interview with Scott McCrady, the CEO of SolCyber Managed Security Services.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Theme tune: "Vinyl Memories" by Mikael Manvelyan.Assorted sound effects: AudioBlocks.Episode links:Official Disneyland Instagram Account Hacked This Morning! — The Disney blog.Disneyland social media accounts hacked, offensive messages posted — Hot for Security.We Got the Phone the FBI Secretly Sold to Criminals — Vice.Parents Sue TikTok, Saying Children Died After Viewing ‘Blackout Challenge’ — The New York Times.Lawmakers Want Social Media Companies to Stop Getting Kids Hooked — Wired.How Social Media Tricks Us Into Thinking We Are Paying Attention — Forbes.Facebook could be sued for addicting children under California bill — Ars Technica.Kids Are Using Social Media More Than Ever, Study Finds — New York Times.2021 Facebook leak — Wikipedia.California Parents Could Soon Sue for Social Media Addiction — Gizmodo.Absurd Trolley Problems.Weird or Confusing.Google Quick, Draw!Unfinished London — Jay Foreman on YouTube.Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)Sponsored by:a...
A hacked university might have made a profit after paying a cryptocurrency ransom, China suffers possibly the biggest data breach in history, and Reuters investigates digital mercenaries.All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by The Cyberwire's Dave Bittner.Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.Theme tune: "Vinyl Memories" by Mikael Manvelyan.Assorted sound effects: AudioBlocks.Episode links:Dutch university paid $220,000 ransom to hackers after Christmas attack — Graham Cluley.Remarkable development in investigation into Maastricht University cyberattack — Maastricht University.Dutch University profits from returned ransomware payment — The Register.Favorable exchange rate on a fake cryptoexchange — Kaspersky.Tweet from @cz_binance about mega-leak.Vast Cache of Chinese Police Files Offered for Sale in Alleged Hack — Wall Street Journal.How mercenary hackers sway litigation battles — Reuters.Countering hack-for-hire groups — Google.The business of hackers-for-hire threat actors — TechRepublic.Fransdita Muafidin on Instagram.Giant Cats Disturbing Civilization — Geeks are sexy.Watch Good Luck to You, Leo Grande — Hulu.Good luck to you Leo Grande (Trailer) — YouTube.This is Love podcast.Cain's Jawbone — Wikipedia.Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)Sponsored by:
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The classic mind games existed decades ago, who still remembers well now? I don't want to talk about their appeal but about the value, they bring to players. In addition to being highly entertaining, mind games also help us passively train our brains, and I think that's very helpful. One of those classic games is Sudoku, currently, sudoku is being collected by Sudoku 247 and is completely free for everyone. Why don't we try to experience and evaluate this game when the benefits it brings are undeniable?

Nov 13th
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Rob K

hahaha a "bit of a boneless chicken"

Oct 25th
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Matt Svensson

I cannot get enough of this show. I listen to a lot of podcasts. This is the only one that makes me smile when I see it pop up on my feed. Gotta go straight to it.

Jun 25th
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ID22035966

Why you beg for people to say something nice .... bad form! “NICE something” is now a troll

May 8th
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Matt Svensson

This is the highlight of my podcast week. Security talk, hilarious, and I end smiling. Not often you can say that with security talk.

Apr 28th
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Clinton Knight

Don't trust main stream media, period. I haven't seen actual news from any of them other than Op Ed garbage for years.

Dec 10th
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Seed Royal.

Informative show,keep it up.

Dec 10th
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Coffee Jeannie

The UK guy sounds like an @$$. Why is he even there? You can hear the leftist smuggy snarls & laughs. What a turn-off! Typical token lefty. 👎

Nov 19th
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Coffee Jeannie

I just ignore & ban the leftists turds.

Nov 19th
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Coffee Jeannie

Seriously, Americans don't want China censorship on free speech.it is as simple as that. Does not mean we are kicked off but yes, censoring, shadow banning, crap like that is against free speech, which is something they all said they were for. Facebootoot & Twatter lied and said they were a place for free speech and then lied. At least tell the truth, guys.

Nov 19th
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Seed Royal.

Added you on Instagram, you have been to my state Lagos, Nigeria.

Oct 30th
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Ian Thorne

Graham. Follow up Photographer 'devastated' by government-backed 'Fatima' dancer advert https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-54553828

Oct 15th
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Seed Royal.

Congrats.

Oct 9th
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Seed Royal.

Any smart car can be compromised,and could be a tragedy for consumers and Tesla should have given him a car.

Sep 18th
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Mutenchops

it would be nice to hear an episode that isn't political and actually deals with security related issues. But that would be a perfect world. Sad!!!!!

Jul 24th
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