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From Infamous Myspace Wormer to Open Source Advocate

Since becoming known for Myspace's infamous Samy worm, Samy Kamkar has set his sights on security research, with a specific focus on open source software.

Recent Podcasts
Episode 988
12.12.19

Flying false flags, and borrowing someone else’s attack tools as the mast you use to run them up. The Pensacola cyber attack has been identified as involving...

Episode 987
12.11.19

Iran says it’s stopped a cyber attack, and that an insider was responsible for a major paycard exposure. Trickbot is now working for the Lazarus Group.

Episode 986
12.10.19

The city of Pensacola is hit hard by an unspecified cyberattack. Ryuk ransomware decryptors may cause data loss. A new variant of Snatch ransomware evades...

Episode 985
12.9.19

Ocean Lotus puts down more roots in automobile manufacturing. Ransomware hits dentists’ IT providers as well as a Rhode Island town. The US is offering...

Targeting routers to hit gaming servers.

Researchers at Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 recently published research outlining attacks on home and small-business routers, taking advantage of known...

Episode 984
12.6.19

Facebook sues a company for ad fraud. Unix-based VPN traffic is vulnerable to tampering. Russian disinformation in Lithuania. Apple explains why new iPhones...

Episode 983
12.5.19

Data center operator CyrusOne sustains a ransomware attack. Another third-party breach involves a database inadvertently left exposed on an unprotected...

I really wanted that shed.
12.5.19

Joe shares the story of a woman losing her life savings to a scammer claiming to be from the FBI. Dave describes the $139 shed scam. The catch of the day...

Episode 982
12.4.19

North Korea’s Lazarus Group may have been looking for Indian reactor design information. A possible case of Russian influence operations, served up by...

Moving the needle in the federal space.
12.4.19

In this episode, "Moving the needle in the federal space," Ben describes US Senate Democrats' proposal for new privacy legislation. We have a story from...

Episode 981
12.3.19

Someone believes, or would like others to believe, that Britain’s National Health Service is for sale to the US. There’s no word on whether the US has...

Episode 980
12.2.19

France might go on the offensive against ransomware attackers. The UK’s NCSC has been helping an unnamed nuclear power company recover from a cyberattack.