August 9th, 2019 | 39 mins 14 secs
ad-blocking, adblock plus, advertising, amiunique, apple, bleee, bluetooth, bluetooth le, browser fingerprinting, canvas, chrome, devops, encryption, encryption debate, facebook, firefox, ghostery, google, incognito, ios, iphone, jupiter broadcasting, mozilla, openvpn, panopticlick, privacy, privacy badger, private browsing, security, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, ublock, ublock origin, vpn, webgl, whatsapp, wireguard
We examine why it's so difficult to protect your privacy online and discuss browser fingerprinting, when to use a VPN, and the limits of private browsing.
June 23rd, 2019 | 43 mins 33 secs
backdoor, crypto, cryptocurrency, device removal, devops, dram, ecc, encryption, firefox, freebsd, linux, memory, mozilla, mss, networking, openzfs, ping of death, ram, rambleed, raw send, rowhammer, sack panic, sandbox, sandbox escape, security, ssd, targeted attack, tcp, techsnap, trim, zero day, zfs
A new vulnerability may be the next 'Ping of Death'; we explore the details of SACK Panic and break down what you need to know.
January 20th, 2019 | 33 mins 21 secs
acme, acme v2, apache, automation, bgp, caddy, certbot, csr, devops, dns, domain verification, dovecot, dv, eff, encryption, ev, exim, extended verification, http, https, ietf, isrg, let’s encrypt, mail server, mozilla, networking, nginx, postfix, public key cryptography. x.509, security, ssl, ssl certificates, startssl, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, tls, tls certificates, tls-sni-01, traefik
We welcome Jim to the show, and he and Wes dive deep into all things Let’s Encrypt.
September 13th, 2018 | 51 mins 48 secs
TechSNAP progenitor and special guest Allan Jude joins us to talk mobile security, hand out some SSH tips and tricks, and discuss why security shaming works so well.
August 29th, 2018 | 23 mins 53 secs
advanced local procedure call, apache, cloudflare, cloudflare resolver, cve-2018-11776, dns over https, doh, mozilla, netdata, sandboxescaper, struts, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, windows 10, zero-day
To make DNS more secure, we must move it to the cloud! At least that’s what Mozilla and Google suggest. We breakdown DNS-over-HTTPS, why it requires a “cloud” component, and the advantages it has over traditional DNS.