We share our technical knowledge and advice in plain English, in a style that is entertaining yet serious, with plenty of expert advice you can use both at work and at home.
Fun fact: Series 3 intro and outro music by Edith Mudge (https://www.edithmudge.com).
New episode every Thursday, plus bonus splinter podcasts and minisodes as special surprises!
S3 Ep95: Slack leak, Github onslaught, and post-quantum crypto
Episode date: Thursday 2022-08-11
S3 Ep94: This sort of crypto, and the other sort of crypto
Episode date: Thursday 2022-08-04
S3 Ep93: Office security, data breach costs, and leisurely patches
Episode date: Thursday 2022-07-28
S3 Ep92: Log4Shell4Ever, summer tips, and scammer timing
Episode date: Thursday 2022-07-21
S3 Ep91: Code Red, OpenSSL, Java bugs and Office macros
Episode date: Thursday 2022-07-14
S3 Ep90: Chrome 0-day again, True Cybercrime, and a 2FA bypass
Episode date: Thursday 2022-07-07
S3 Ep89: Sextortion, blockchain blunder, and an OpenSSL bugfix
Episode date: Thursday 2022-06-30
S3 Ep88: Phone scammers, hacking bust, and data breach fines
Episode date: Thursday 2022-06-23
S3 Ep87: Follina, AirTags, ID theft and the Law of Big Numbers
Episode date: Thursday 2022-06-16
S3 Ep86: The crooks were in our network for HOW long?!
Episode date: Thursday 2022-06-09
S3 Ep85: Now THAT’S what I call a Microsoft Office exploit!
Why calling a computer after a famous scientist doesn’t always help. The wacky but dangerous 0-day hole in Windows. Supply chain attacks and the crooks who orchestrate them. Smishing revisited. And why saying what you really mean makes you better at cybersecurity.
Episode date: Thursday 2022-06-02
S3 Ep84: Government demand, Mozilla velocity, and Clearview fine
How network comms caught a murderer back in in 1845. Why the US government said, “Patch, or else!” How Mozilla got a double code-execution bug fixed in 48 hours. And why controversial face-matching company Clearview AI got fined $10m.
Episode date: Thursday 2022-05-26
S3 Ep83: Cracking passwords, patching Firefox, and Apple vulns
What does the word “non-commensurate” mean? When is cracking passwords legal? Why did Firefox get patched? Which computer needed dropping onto the desk? Why wasn’t this 0-day listed in every Apple update? Did Duck get spammed, or was it actually a troll?
Episode date: Thursday 2022-05-19
S3 Ep82: Bugs, bugs, bugs (and Colonial Pipeline again)
Where does the word “radio” come from? RubyGems supply chain rip-and-replace bug. A weird, weird, weird, weird, weird GoogleDocs bug. Colonial Pipeline back in the cybersecurity news. What about built-in password managers?
Episode date: Thursday 2022-05-12
S3 Ep81: Passwords (still with us!), Github, Firefox at 100, and network worms
Episode date: Thursday 2022-05-05
S3 Ep80: Ransomware news, phishing woes, NAS bugs, and a giant hole in Java
Episode date: Thursday 2022-04-28
For a full listing of episodes, including this and all previous series, please visit Naked Security on Soundcloud.