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Jon and Eric have worked in the security space as developers, architects and leaders for more years than they care to count. From commentary on current events to random musings, they chat (mostly) about security and technology topics. However, life is more than just the day job. From beekeeping adventures to hiking mountains to favorite shows, there's always something fun to wrap up the show.

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Jan 17, 2020

Back from Texas, and presumably done with brisket for a while. What to look for in a tractor (repairability). A billion medical images can't be wrong, lax cookies, and Super Patch Tuesday. Eric's fun is an AI Dungeon, and Jon points to a LoTR blog by Ian McKellen.


Jan 10, 2020

Live, frome Plano, Texas! It's Mostly Security! Much brisket is consumed and Raj Samani joins the show. What happens to your digital life once you or a loved one has passed on? Is the public ready to embrace security as a marketing feature? Raj tells a joke, Eric shares admin thoughts, and Jon reminisces about old...


Jan 4, 2020

Eric and Jon discuss the holiday; an exposed elastic search instance, and a Wawa-winner of the gas station Visa article. What is a Quine, anyway? Restaurant chain Landry's breached from loyalty systems, data cars collect, and how to perform a reverse image search. For fun we have creative ways to exit VI, the oldest...


Dec 26, 2019

Happy Holidays! Ring still has issues, and now they've really irritated Eric. Jon digs into ToTok (not to be confused with TikTok). Facebook can't catch a break and millions are tracked everywhere you might not want tracking. Jon has some scientific fun and Eric notes a playdate (but not with cats).

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Dec 21, 2019

Both Eric and Jon have seen Jumanji; Nebraska farmers like Right to Repair. Visa says gas stations are vulnerable, Unicode is (both?) evil and awesome, and we discuss the state of Ransomware in 2019. For fun, we have a nuclear impact map application (??) and Kotlin vs. Java. Also some ancient blog references.

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