We’re joined by a special guest to discuss the failures of campaign security, the disastrous consequences of a mismanaged firewall, and the suspicious case of Speck.
Plus the latest vulnerabilities in Wireshark and OpenSSH, the new forensic hotness from Netflix, and some great introductions to cryptography.
- I’m teaching email security to Democratic campaigns. It’s as bad as 2016.
- Botched CIA Communications System Helped Blow Cover of Chinese Agents
- NSA-Designed Speck Algorithm to Be Removed From Linux 4.20
- Vulnerability Affects All OpenSSH Versions Released in the Past Two Decades
- Wireshark can be crashed via malicious packet trace files
- Service provider story about tracking down TCP RSTs
- The case of the 500-mile email
- Diffy: A cloud-centric triage tool for digital forensics and incident response
- An intensive introduction to Cryptography
- The Manga Guide to Cryptography | No Starch Press