Taking time off for Thanksgiving? Staying inside to avoid the coming winter weather (ANZ excluded)? Why not download our latest Sophos podcasts and catch up on all that news you’ve been too busy to look into.
Going Christmas shopping? Feel the same way as I do about the mall and crowds? Grab that iPod and listen to Sophos Security Chet Chat 35. Michael Argast is my guest and we dig down into the latest on mobile security (Android, Apple, RIM, and Microsoft), the recent arrests in Moldova and Wisconsin of more Zeus criminals, and Stuxnets P2P encryption meeting FIPS 140-2 standards.
(17 November 2010, duration 13:23 minutes, size 9.2MBytes)
This week in Sophos Security Chet Chat 36 Michael and I start out by encouraging you to donate to Movember. Movember is an international fund raising campaign to research curing prostate cancer. Please donate to Michael’s efforts to help stop prostate cancer in its tracks. We also discussed whether China really hijacked the internet, iOS 4.2/Safari 5.0.3, Adobe Reader X, a virus that infects HTML files and whether SHA1 is truly busted.
(23 November 2010, duration 14:51 minutes, size 10.7MBytes)