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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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Dec 7, 2019

Eric sees multiple movies over Thanksgiving, while Jon ... does not. Two years to upgrade OS of emergency system in S.F., and Sprint's marketing firm has an open bucket. Eric has a mobile theme with both Android and iOS issues, and Jon details VPN issues and upcoming ARM instances in AWS. Eric enjoys his Pixel4...


Nov 30, 2019

Pre-Thanksgiving Show, Post-Thanksgiving Edit. Some Followup on the NSA Advisory. Eric chats about Google wiping a personal phone and airplane warning lights being hacked. Jon gives 32,768 reasons to update your HP SSD and another big data "exposure". The Google Product Cemetery and Extrasolar Objects round out the...


Nov 23, 2019

Been a busy week, and Eric's still fighting with his network. Not that Jon has one. Egregious terms of service at Ring and the cops confirm bluetooth scanners are in use. Also, it's Data Leak Day! (Every day is data leak day). There's some weird stuff going down in Shanghai, and you, you, everyone gets a preview!...


Nov 16, 2019

Eric hangs out in San Francisco while Jon makes a pen. There's a Facebook Bug, a Confluence Bug and an NSA Advisory, along with some more ransomware notes and something about zombies? Eric reminisces about museums and Jon nostalgizes about Mosaic. WASM!


Nov 9, 2019

Episode 100! This episode is Mostly Intro and Followup. Synology and QNAP; Pizza, Root beer, and Mead. Control your Echo with a laser, OpenSSH to support U2F, and beware insider threats. The Untitled Goose Game allows code injection; Fuzzing open source for fun and (no) profit. Could we decay nuclear waste with Ultra...