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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.

Opinions are their own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of their employer, friends, neighbors, monkeys at the zoo, or even each other.

 

Dec 29, 2018

Christmas Skiing, Drone Crashing, and Fake Glitter Bombs. Eric rants (politely) about passwords (again) and Jon talks Hot Tubs and Cryptocurrencies... (What?) Play a game and learn VIM at the same time - and, just FYI, IPv6 is a lot of address space.


Dec 20, 2018

Jon (maybe?) saves his bees, Beaverton schools on lockdown, glitter bombs, and cryptojacking on the rise. SMS is weak 2FA, FaceId on Android easily fooled, steganography is real, CenturyLink behaves unethically, and Microsoft adds a Windows sandbox. Eric likes terrible maps and Jon watches more YouTube.

  • Intro


Dec 15, 2018

Eric's office nears completion, and Jon experiments with yogurt. Followup about the crypto crash and the Marriott breach. An Android trojan that skirts 2FA, malware on the high seas, and the biggest data breaches of 2018. Eric likes Amazon's honey packages (no bees included), and Jon likes a "unique" assembler...


Dec 7, 2018

Where, O Where, have my Cryptocurrencies gone? Are they hidden in what IBM is dumping? Are they sneaking into Microsoft's new OS? Maybe they are lost in the Marriott/Starwood Data Breach? Where ever they've gone, we don't know. But Microsoft is publishing more of their Minstrel Song as Open Source and the Apple Bards...


Nov 30, 2018

Eric fixes a leaky faucet, Jon manages to avoid salad. After some 2 for 1 followup, Stallman wants in on the digital currency scene, Jon <3 AWS re:Invent and Eric gets to make fun of JavaScript (again). To finish up, We are all about that Space (about that Space...)