SSCC 147 - Why Snapchat will have to tell you the truth about security now [PODCAST]

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Sophos Security Chet Chat - Episode 147 - May 14, 2014

News, opinion, advice and research!

Here's our latest security podcast, featuring Sophos experts and Naked Security writers Chester Wisniewski and Paul Ducklin.

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Stories covered in Chet Chat Episode 147

Note. In the podcast, we discuss the Siri lock screen bug. Then we wonder if Apple's public comments on this flaw (and on the recent OS X SSL bug) might indicate a softening of Apple's traditional "say nothing until it's done and dusted" approach to security. In fact, Apple's public comments were on the OS X SSL bug and a recently-discovered iOS encryption flaw, not the Siri lock screen hole. Sorry about that. We nevertheless still hope that Apple is showing signs of loosening up its attitude to security notifications!

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2 Responses to SSCC 147 - Why Snapchat will have to tell you the truth about security now [PODCAST]

  1. Anonymous · 104 days ago

    Why does the RSS feed ask for a update of SoundCloud be installed b4 the file will play?

    • Paul Ducklin · 104 days ago

      Errr, what operating system are you using here?

      When I open the podcast RSS feed, my feed reader shows me a link to listen to each podcast on Soundcloud, and a link to download each podcast as an MP3 to my computer/device.

      On Android, visiting the Soundcloud page produces a "would you like to install the Soundcloud app" (no thanks), so I just download the MP3 and listen off my mobile device. (I have the Apollo player.)

      On my laptop, visting the Soundcloud page just plays the podcast in my browser (with or without Flash activatde, from memory), as you might expect.

      Assuming that you're on a mobile device...what happens if you just download the MP3 and listen to it with your regular MP3 playing app?

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About the author

Paul Ducklin is a passionate security proselytiser. (That's like an evangelist, but more so!) He lives and breathes computer security, and would be happy for you to do so, too. Paul won the inaugural AusCERT Director's Award for Individual Excellence in Computer Security in 2009. Follow him on Twitter: @duckblog