The Naked Security podcast reveals how long you can expect to go unnoticed online [01’25”], explains why we still have applications where every bit matters [13’05”], and comes up with a new vocabulary for “data loss” on the scale of MySpace’s music file implosion [17’07”].
With Anna Brading, Paul Ducklin, Matthew Boddy and Benedict Jones.
This week’s links:
- Knock and don’t run: the tale of the relentless hackerbots
- IoT surprises – the problem with UPnP
- Serious Security: GPS week rollover and the other sort of “zero day”
- Myspace songs come back from the dead
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If you want to know more about the honeypot research we discussed in this episode, here’s the full report:
Thanks to Purple Planet for the opening and closing music.