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Rabbit Ears TV Pod
Don't Trust the B in Apt. 23

Rabbit Ears TV Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 69:54


A discussion of 2012's Don't Trust the B in Apt. 23

Where is This Going?
Episode 54: Off The Gr1d 3.0

Where is This Going?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 51:49


Bruce and Alex are back! And so are you, thank you for joining us for another episode. This week we have our friends from Off The Gr1d back to talk about their Black Friday sales menu and the Holiday Food Drive that Off The Gr1d is joining Feeding America West Michigan in facilitating. You can find more info at their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Offthegr1dd and their Instagram account: @OffTheGr1dd Don't forget to check out their Black Friday sales this Friday 11/26 from 7AM-8PM! That's right! The store is opening early for you on Black Friday for all of the deals you won't want to miss! Our sponsors! : Off The Gr1d @offthegr1dd 2863 West Shore Dr. Apt. 114 Holland, MI MON-SAT 10AM-8PM SUN: Noon-5PM . Produced by: Jackie Kalmink(@further.closer) and Preston Locklear (@bear_nubs) Description by: Ben Bradshaw (@thebradbenshaw --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hunter-miles/support

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil
Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil: The DJ...The Backbone of Hip Hop

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 146:19


For this week's ep of my podcast Apt. 5B I'm chopping it up with Porsha, DJ Wreck 1, Rell and Snips saluting the most important part of the hip hop culture...the DJ! We're chopping it up about the first time we saw or heard a hip hop DJ, our top 5 hip hop DJ's ever, why the DJ got pushed to the back, how the X Men & the Invisible Scratch Picklez brought the art of turntablism to the forefront, how DJ Wreck & DJ Snips feel about Serato coming into play & these wack ass celebrity DJ's and if we ever think the DJ will come back to the forefront! Just another DOOOOOOOOOOOOPE ep ya'll and don't forget to subscribe to our You Tube channel & you can also check us out wherever you listen to your fave podcast at!@Kil889www.willmakebeatsforfood.com

Linux Action News
Linux Action News 216

Linux Action News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 17:18


Just how severe is this DNS cache poisoning attack revealed this week? We'll break it down and explain why Linux is affected. Plus, the feature now removed from APT, more performance patches in the Kernel, and a big batch of project updates.

Linux Action News
Linux Action News 216

Linux Action News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 17:18


Just how severe is this DNS cache poisoning attack revealed this week? We'll break it down and explain why Linux is affected. Plus, the feature now removed from APT, more performance patches in the Kernel, and a big batch of project updates.

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Just how severe is this DNS cache poisoning attack revealed this week? We'll break it down and explain why Linux is affected. Plus, the feature now removed from APT, more performance patches in the Kernel, and a big batch of project updates.

This Week in Linux
176: OBS vs Streamlabs, APT Patched, Steam for Linux, Retro Gaming, Mesa | This Week in Linux

This Week in Linux

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 31:01


On this episode of This Week in Linux, OBS Vs Streamlabs, APT 2.3.12 Released (“LTT Patch”), Steam for Linux Client Updated, Lakka 3.6 Released, Mesa 21.3 3D Library Released, Ubuntu Touch OTA-20 Released, Canonical's New Approach to Documentation, KDE Plasma Getting Overview in 5.24, Google GNews & Drama. All that and much more on Your […]

Cyber Security Headlines
November 19, 2021

Cyber Security Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 7:42


PerSwaysion phishing campaign still ongoing, and pervasive FBI: FatPipe VPN zero-day exploited by APT for 6 months RedCurl corporate espionage hackers resume attacks with updated tools Thanks to our episode sponsor, Vulcan Cyber The fact that CISA felt the need to release the massive “Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog” recently says everything we need to know about the state of our collective cyber debt. Attend the Vulcan Cyber virtual summit on December 9th and learn how your peers are working to take on cyber risk and mitigate known vulnerabilities at scale. Go to vulcan.io and click the button at the top of the screen to register for the event. For the stories behind the headlines, head to CISOseries.com.  

Where is This Going?
Episode 53: Loren Johnson

Where is This Going?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 54:59


‘Where Is This Going?' is back with the very talented, Loren Johnson (IG: @lojajoh)! Loren is a photographer, videographer, and musician. Her dad was in the coast guard growing up, so she moved around a lot and ended up settling in Grand Haven in 2007. She didn't like to comb her hair and refers to herself as a bit of an “oddball kid”. Loren graduated from Grand Valley State University with a degree in geography. She works as a graphic designer during the day, but her true passion is taking people's pictures. She explains how she feels the “weight” of capturing people's portraits. “Trusting your own skills is huge”, she says. Loren also plays the guitar and has a new live single out that you can stream on Spotify called, “Stay Close to Me”. She's in the process of getting demos and videos together for her new album dropping soon, so be sure to follow her @lojajoh to stay updated on when those are being released! Like her photography page on Facebook as well (Loren Johnson). Thanks for listening and catch you next time! . Our sponsors! : Off The Gr1d @offthegr1dd 2863 West Shore Dr. Apt. 114 Holland, MI MON-SAT 10AM-8PM SUN: Noon-5PM . Produced by: Jackie Kalmink(@further.closer) and Preston Locklear (@bear_nubs) Description by: Ben Bradshaw (@thebradbenshaw) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hunter-miles/support

America's Past Time
S1E106: Talking some Tigers with @DataBaseHit

America's Past Time

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 68:30


@DataBaseHit joins APT to discuss the signing of Eduardo Rodriguez, the Tigers 2021 season, Carlos Correa, and expectations for the rest of the offseason and beyond. Beforehand, the guys will take you through all of the recent news including the Mets finally finding their GM, the ROTY awards, free agent signings and rumors, and the passing of a Red Sox postseason hero. Make sure to head over to Spotify and answer our Poll Like, Subscribe, Rate, Review, Follow! Follow us on Twitter @apt_pod Follow us on Instagram @apt_pod_ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aptpod/support

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil
Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil: What's Hip Hop's Dopest Sophomore Album?!?!

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 139:55


For this week's ep of my podcast Apt. 5B I'm chopping it up with Porsha, DJ Wreck 1, Rell, JR, Tray Lee & Kelv about what's hip hop and R&B's dopest sophomore albums as well as slept on sophomore albums! Just another DOOOOOOOOPE ep ya'll and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel and you can also check us out wherever you listen to your fave podcasts at!@Kil889www.willmakebeatsforfood.com

The By Land Podcast
EP 133 The American Perimeter Trail with Rue McKenrick

The By Land Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 110:17


Rue McKenrick is no doubt one of the most prolific long-distance hikers today, but he doesn't know how many miles he's hiked because he doesn't care about that. It's not what defines him, but if you need to know then let's just start with his Triple Crown over a decade ago, the many long trails all over the US and abroad, and most recently a 12,000-mile route spanning the perimeter of the contiguous United States. Rue is a hiker, yes, but he's also the Executive Director and founder of the American Perimeter Trail Conference. In the words of the organization itself, “the vision of the American Perimeter Trail Conference is to create a protected corridor of land and natural resources available for recreational use roughly tracing the contiguous United States. The American Perimeter Trail seeks to connect the land, resources, people, and communities. It strives to encourage conservation efforts through recreation, allowing all people and generations to experience the diversity of the contiguous United States.”It's no doubt a gigantic undertaking, but it's one Rue is dedicated to.This conversation touches on a number of topics from where Rue came from, why he hikes, what conservation is so important, what's wrong with the “industry” today, and finally, why he thinks backpackers will save the world.Rue believes in community and sincerely wants to connect us together to form bonds strong enough to heal both ourselves and those around us. Emory, By LandBy Land LinksLEARN HOW TO BACKPACK https://www.learnhowtobackpack.com/YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChSSISEgIfwYz2cc0aHQj3gFACEBOOK GROUP https://www.facebook.com/groups/1192723304224313/INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/byland.co DONATE: https://byland.co/donateShow Notes and LinksIntroductionsIs backpacking gaining in popularity?Getting to know Rue's backgroundWhy the American Perimeter TrailThe mission of the APTThe inherent nature of building trails What will happen because of trails The APT as a conservation organizationThe APT's approach to conservationWildlife corridors On supporting companies that support conservationThoughts on hiking for a causeThe need to start having open and honest conversationsWhat Rue gets out of backpacking https://americanperimetertrail.org/

Where is This Going?
Episode 52:Devante Barnes

Where is This Going?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 59:11


Been a second, but ‘Where is This Going?” returns with the great, Devante Barnes! Devante is a Grand Rapids based artist. If you live in the GR area, you've probably seen a couple murals he's worked on. One on the Four Star Theatre and the other in Grandville. Devante started creating art at a young age and recalls stealing Sharpie markers from the art classroom in middle school. He explains that much of his early work consisted of cars and that evolved to drawing people, more specifically people's nudes. “It beats asking for ‘em”, he jokes. Devante describes his style as cartoonish and incorporates a lot of hands and flowers into his work. He enjoys drawing hands because, “They're difficult and from your own POV, they're what you see in constant motion”. Devante and Hunter also reminisce about attending middle school together in Zealand and relate to pain being the authentic black experience. Keep your eyes peeled for future murals in town and be sure to like and follow Devante's work on social media @devadidit. Enjoy the episode! Our sponsors! : Off The Gr1d @offthegr1dd 2863 West Shore Dr. Apt. 114 Holland, MI MON-SAT 10AM-8PM SUN: Noon-5PM Produced by: Jackie Kalmink(@further.closer) and Preston Locklear (@bear_nubs) Description by: Ben Bradshaw (@thebradbenshaw) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hunter-miles/support

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil
Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil: Hip Hop What If's...The Battle Edition

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 135:14


For this week's ep of my podcast Apt. 5B I'm chopping it up with Vern, Eddie, Rell, JR and the good brothers of the That Time In Hip Hop Podcast Vegas and Tone about one of my fave topic hip hop "what if's" but this go 'round it's about hip hop battles! So what if...Shan beat KRS One in the Bridge Wars? What if Moe Dee beat LL? What if NWA beat Ice Cube? What if Jay Z beat Nas? Plus we're chopping it up about why in the 80's did we ALL agree on who won these battles where as in the last 90's to now it's a toss up? Another DOOOOOOOOOPE ep ya'll and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel and you can also check us out wherever you listen to your fave podcast at!@Kil889www.willmakebeatsforfood.com

Hip-Hop Now Podcast
Apt. 5B-TTIHH: "Drums Please"

Hip-Hop Now Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 152:33


**Explicit Content on this Episode** It's a collaboration between "That Time in Hip-Hop" and "The Apt. 5B Podcast"! For this week's ep of my podcast Apt. 5B I'm chopping it up with Vern, Eddie, Rell, Vegas, Tone from That Time In Hip Hop Podcast & Gadget from Scratch Magazine about the top 5 dopest hip hop songs with the hardest drums! We're also chopping it up about what producer has the hardest drums and which producer has the dopest drum programming AND what's REALLY good with this drumless hip hop fad that's going on?!?! Just another DOOOOOOOOOOPE ep ya'll and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel and you can check us out wherever you listen to your fave podcast at! Watch the video version here: https://youtu.be/9XpzrTX6nnQ **I don't own the rights to any of this music**

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil
Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil: Chi City

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 104:42


For this week's ep of my podcast Apt. 5B I'm chopping it up with Porsha, Eddie, Rell and Neltron saluting the city of Chicago with our tour guide Gawd! We're looking at when we first heard hip hop outta the Chi, our top 3 albums outta Chicago, the dopest MC & our favorite MC out the Chi and the dopest producer as well as Gawd "showing us around" on where you can get a cut in the Chi, cop some Jordans and where you gotta bust a grub at! Just ANOTHER dope ep ya'll and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel and  you can also check us out wherever you listen to your fave podcasts at!@Kil889www.willmakebeatsforfood.com

Appliance Alliance Podcast
Episode 31: GMB and Marketing

Appliance Alliance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 45:07


In this Episode Zach and EJ chat with Alex Tiberi from APT digital about marketing, Google My Business, and how to respond to customers. Let's tune in! https://aptdigital.io https://linktr.ee/theappliancealliance --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/appliance_alliance/support

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil
Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil: Timbo the King

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 133:09


For this week's ep of my podcast Apt. 5B I'm chopping it up with Porsha, Eddie, JR, & JP about one of the dopest producers EVER Timbaland! We're chopping it up about when's the 1st time we heard Timbo, when the first time we knew he was gonna be a problem, our top 5 dopest Timbo produced bangers, our top 5 slept on Timbo bangers, Timbo's dopest produced album, is he a top 10 GOAT producer & what's his legacy in the game! Just another DOOOOOOOOPE ep ya'll and don't forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel and you can also check us out wherever you listen to your fave podcasts at!@Kil889www.willmakebeatsforfood.com

Come Out and Play
BUGC 1 – Pepper’s Ghost, Part One

Come Out and Play

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 42:05


Four vignettes over the course of one night, to set the stage for what is to come. An unusual audience. A professional rivalry. A restless night. An unexpected guest. The curtain rises. BUGC is set in the beautiful and original fantasy world of Adrian Tchaikovski's Shadows of the Apt, used by kind permission of the … Continue reading "BUGC 1 – Pepper’s Ghost, Part One"

Les Nuits de France Culture
Nuit Voyages en France (4/13) : "Pierres des chemins, paysages" : la vie d'autrefois dans les Alpes de Haute Provence

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 80:00


durée : 01:20:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - En 1993, les "Nuits magnétiques" consacraient une série en quatre volets à la vie d'autrefois dans les Alpes de Haute Provence. Le troisième volet raconte l'activité des colporteurs, étameurs, rempailleurs, facteurs, etc. et comment ils étaient impatiemment attendus par les villageois. Les cailloux, les arbres, les oratoires, les calvaires, mais aussi le son des cloches des églises, étaient autant de repères sur les chemins de Haute Provence pour les travailleurs itinérants qui passaient d'une vallée à l'autre, dans un pays enneigé sept mois de l'année. * Les colporteurs, les chaudronniers, les rempailleurs, les étameurs, étaient autrefois très attendus dans les villages des Alpes de Haute Provence. Dans une série de quatre documentaires, Catherine Soullard retraçait, en 1993, la vie d'autrefois dans les Alpes de Haute Provence. Dans le troisième volet, "Pierres des chemins, paysages" elle était allée poser et tendre son micro à Barcelonnette, dans la vallée de l'Ubaye, à Forcalquier, Saint-Michel-l'Observatoire, Reillanne, Banon, Apt...  Cette histoire du passé débute par le témoignage d'un villageois qui évoque l'époque où un forgeron exerçait encore à Saint-Michel-l'Observatoire. Dans les années 60, après la lente disparition des chevaux de trait, le métier des forgerons a évolué avec l'apparition des machines agricoles qu'il fallait entretenir. "Les chevaux qui subsistent sont des chevaux de promenade, ils n'ont rien à voir avec les chevaux de trait", nous explique-t-il.  Un autre villageois se souvient de ce personnage très important dans la vie du village, le colporteur : L'inventaire du colporteur était une espèce de caisse un peu comme une table de nuit avec de multiples tiroirs, il y avait les épingles, les rubans, les ciseaux. Il y avait des images, beaucoup d'images pieuses, et en-dessous des images un peu plus légères. Et puis il y avait des miroirs, des petits flacons de parfum. (...)  et de ses activités parfois surprenantes :  Certains colporteurs faisaient commerce de cheveux de femme. Ils achetaient les cheveux à des femmes du village, matière première pour alimenter le commerce des perruques. L'astuce du colporteur c'était le foulard qu'il leur donnait pour se couvrir la tête qui avait perdu leur chevelure largement coupée... Par Catherine Soullard  Réalisation : Isabelle Jeanneret Nuits magnétiques - Pierres des chemins, paysages (1ère diffusion : 14/10/1993) Indexation web : Sandrine England, Documentation Sonore de Radio France Archive Ina-Radio France

Straight II Tape
S2T The Kane - KRS Verzuz Recap

Straight II Tape

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 102:05


Record Date: October 19th, 2021 #youfavoritepodcast welcomes Kil, the host of The Apt 5b podcast, & DaDome's Tony Hanes as we recap the legendary Verzuz battle between KRS-One and Big Daddy Kane Plus, we take a look at the passing of Colin Powell, William Shatner's space odyssey, & the concept of JesusWeen on the Headline Grab. You can catch S2T LIVE every Tuesdays at 8 pm EST on fb LIVE, You Tube, and Twitch! Follow Us!!! www.instagram.com/straightiitape/ twitter.com/S2Tontheair www.facebook.com/StraightIITape/ Music credits: The official Straight II Tape theme “The Turn” produced by Ryen David www.ryendavid.bandcamp.com/ What It Means To Me produced by Ryen David

The 443 - Security Simplified
VirusTotal Global Ransomware Report

The 443 - Security Simplified

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 25:04


This week on the podcast we cover VirusTotal's first ever global ransomware report which analyzes ransomware trends over the last year from the unique position of the world's largest malware intelligence platform. Before that though, we cover another APT group with a ridiculous name found exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in Windows.

Come Out and Play
BUGC 0 – Relaunch

Come Out and Play

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 3:43


Announcing the return of BUGC, an actual play game set in the world of Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Shadows of the Apt. After a long hiatus, we are relaunching with the entirety of BUGC Chapter One: Pepper’s Ghost, published weekly over the next six weeks, beginning this Friday. In the meantime, if this is your first time … Continue reading "BUGC 0 – Relaunch"

ShadowTalk by Digital Shadows
Weekly: FIN12 targets healthcare, Google Phishing, and Pentagon Official Resigns

ShadowTalk by Digital Shadows

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 50:00


ShadowTalk host Stefano alongside Adam, Kim, and Chris bring you the latest in threat intelligence. This week they cover: * FIN12 targets healthcare sector and make extensive use of IAB * Google alerts 14,000 users about being targets of APT phishing campaign * APT41 use COVID-19 lures in latest phishing attacks * US Official resign over US-Chinese AI & cybersecurity difference
 
Check out our latest Weekly Intelligence Summary: https://resources.digitalshadows.com/weekly-intelligence-summary/weekly-intelligence-summary-15th-oct ***Resources from this week's podcast*** NCSAM Week 2: Fight the Phish https://www.digitalshadows.com/blog-and-research/week-2-ncsam-fight-the-phish/
 Strategic Treat Intelligence and You: What Does It All Mean? https://www.digitalshadows.com/blog-and-research/strategic-threat-intelligence-and-you-what-does-it-all-mean/ Subscribe to our threat intelligence email: https://info.digitalshadows.com/SubscribetoEmail-Podcast_Reg.html  Also, don't forget to reach out to - shadowtalk@digitalshadows.com- if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for the next episodes.

The CyberWire
Cyber Espionage, again. Patched SolarWinds yet? Patch Tuesday. The international conference on ransomware has begun. Booter customers get a warning. A disgruntled insider alters aircraft records.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 29:39


A Chinese-speaking APT is distributing the MysterySnail RAT in what appears to be a cyberespionage campaign. Some users still haven't patched vulnerable SolarWinds instances. Notes on yesterday's Patch Tuesday. The US-convened international ransomware conference kicked off today, and Russia wasn't invited. Former users of a criminal booter service get a stern warning letter from the Dutch police. Caleb Barlow reacts to a recent ransomware tragedy. Our guest is Rob Gurzeev of CyCognito on the security issues with subsidiaries. And a Florida woman is charged with altering aircraft records. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/197

Artpop Talk
Cult and Camp in Halloween Horror

Artpop Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 57:34


Here on APT we've talked about fandom and we've talked about cults, so in this episode we're inviting you to... come up to our lab and see what's on the slab! This marks our second discussion in this year's Artloween series, and we are diving into Halloween cult and camp. What makes a film a cult classic and how some of our most cherished haunted films, have a certain campiness about them? From Rocky Horror, to Jennifer's Body we don't want to leave you in antici….pation…..! For all of Artpop Talk's resources, click HERE.

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil
Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil: Albums R&B Owes Us

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 155:22


For this week's ep of my podcast Apt. 5B I'm chopping it up with Porsha, Eddie, Rell, JR, Tray Lee and Easy Money about albums R&B owes us! So maybe a Raphael Saadiq/D'Angelo album circa 2002 or a Jodeci album produced by a young Timbaland circa 1998 or a Stephanie Mills/Teddy P album circa 1983 or a Prince/Michael Jackson album circa 1987! Just another DOOOOOOOPE ep ya'll and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel and you can check us out wherever you listen to your fave podcasts at!@Kil889www.willmakebeatsforfood.com

Marcus Today
End of Day – Monday 11 Oct

Marcus Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 12:29


The ASX 200 closed down 20 points to 7300 (0.3%) on a decent bounce from lows. 10-Year yields pushing higher again hurting tech stocks and yield sensitive REITs but helping banks. Miners did well on iron ore and record coal prices in China on flooding and mine closures. BHP rose 0.9%, RIO up 1.9% and FMG up 5.3%, the coal stocks in demand, YAL up 13.8% and WHC rallying 6.2%. Gold miners drifted higher with NCM up 1.9% and oil and gas higher with STO up 1.5%. Healthcare a little under the weather today, CSL down 1.0% and RMD down another 1.0%. Industrials also on the nose as SGR issues with organised crime and money laundering surfaced and dropped 23%. WES fell 1.1%, TLS down 1.0% and tech under pressure with the All-Tech Index down 1.9% led by APT off 4.2% and XRO down 4%. REITs eased on higher rates and banks shrugged off earlier losses to see the Big Bank Basket up to $187.24, 1.1%. In corporate news, ALD looks set to win ZEL with both stocks rising, STX delivered its maiden Perth Basin gas reserve. ASIC crashed a pump and dump chat room targeting YPB up 25.00%. Win up to $3000 by picking the best performing stock on the ASX. Submit your entry for the One Stock Portfolio Competition today.

Marcus Today
End of Day – Friday 8 Oct

Marcus Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 13:16


The ASX 200 up 63 points to 7320 (0.9%) rallying hard into the weekend on better news from China, higher commodity prices, US debt ceiling news and a breakout of optimism ahead of the US jobs data. Resource stocks leading the charge higher as punters focused on BHP's oil and coal exposure sending the stock up 3.0%. FMG rose 2.4% as China returned from Golden Week and the PBoC withdrew stimulus. RIO up 4.0% and BSL up 1.7%. Both SFR and OZL had strong bounces and gold miners were slightly higher. Oil and gas stocks back in demand, STO up 1.5% and WPL rising 1.4%. Industrials firmed with WOW up 0.6% after resolving an underpayment issue, WES rose 1.3% and SEK and REA rallied well. Tech stocks also in the green, APT up 2.0% following the Square price higher. The All-Tech Index rose 1.42%. The Big Bank Basket up to $185.22 (0.8%) with MFG bouncing on broker comments and insurers strong on bond yield rises. In corporate news, EML's attempt to sneak in bad news at the close yesterday failed and the stock dropped 14.6%. ERA have announced the cost of going to rehab, rose, rose, rose and the stock fell then rallied to close unchanged. In economic news, the RBA issued the financial stability report, worried about housing lending and cyber-attacks. Aren't we all? 10-year yields soar to 1.64%.Jobs number in US tonight. European markets opening flat.Win up to $3000 by picking the best performing stock on the ASX. Submit your entry for the One Stock Portfolio Competition today.

Marcus Today
End of Day – Thursday 7 Oct

Marcus Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 10:06


 The ASX 200 kicks 50 points higher to 7258 (0.7%) in tentative trade. A bounce in banks continues with the Big Bank Basket up to $185.22 up 0.6 %. MQG also doing well up 1.7% and MFG down 1.3% as brokers pronounce judgement on FUM losses. Industrials firmed across the board, WOW up 1.5%, WES rising 0.5% on aggressive moves on API up 1.7%. Healthcare in the pink, CSL up 0.7%, SHL up 1.5% and COH up 2.6%. Tech stocks were back in demand, APT leading the charge up 3.1% and XRO doing well up 2.8%. Mining stocks relatively flat, BHP unchanged and FMG down 1.9% with China still on holiday. Energy stocks slid back slightly but the energy story has a long way to run. STO down 2.2% and WPL off 0.1%. In corporate news, plenty happening in small caps, CXL killed it up 14.4% on a good LEILAC report, SZL rose 14.6% on a Target tie up, RED rose 17.8% on KOTH news, CKF hit record highs on Dutch chicken licking news up 6.9%. Payrolls numbers out today but NSW opening up a positive. Travel stocks somewhat mixed though, QAN down 0.7% and WEB up 1.9%. Win up to $3000 by picking the best performing stock on the ASX. Submit your entry for the One Stock Portfolio Competition today.

Marcus Today
End of Day – Wednesday 6 Oct

Marcus Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 9:06


The ASX closes down 42 points to 7207 (0.6%) after a solid start gave way to banking and interest rate jitters. Whether it was APRA moves on local lending on the RBNZ decision to jack up rates, the market turned from solid but uninspiring to just uninspiring. 10-year yields leapt to 1.59%. Banks led the down turn with the Big Bank Basket falling back to $184.15. CBA fell 2.0% on a broker downgrade. MQG also succumbed 0.4% and MFG dropped 4.1% on another disappointing FUM number. Industrials eased back, WES fell 1.3%, ALL down 1.0%, TCL off 1.0% and WOW falling 0.5%. Tech was unchanged with APT following square higher by 3% although that may change tonight. The All-Tech Index unchanged, WTC down 3.6% and XRO off 0.7%. Travel stocks slid with FLT off 6.6%  and WEB down 6.2% Miners were pressured but nothing dramatic, energy stocks paused for breath with STO up 2.3%. On the economic front all eyes across the ditch as the RBNZ raised rates. Signalled more to come to fight inflation. In corporate news, A2M fell 7.7% on a class action launched by Slater and Gordon, SWP announced it would acquire Newcastle based telco. US futures eased ahead of crucial debt vote tonight.Win up to $3000 by picking the best performing stock on the ASX. Submit your entry for the One Stock Portfolio Competition today.

Artpop Talk
Kitsch or Treat: Halloween Traditions

Artpop Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 62:34


Kitsch or Treat!  This episode marks the beginning of ARTloween here at APT, starting with defining the complexity of Kitsch and its use durning the spooky season! For all of Artpop Talk's resources, click HERE.

Marcus Today
End of Day – Tuesday 5 Oct

Marcus Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 9:45


The ASX fell and gathered itself post the RBA announcement with the index closing down 30 points at 7248 (0.4%). Seems the RBA is not for turning and that helped sentiment. Losses across the board but manageable. Banks weakened with the exception of CBA which rose 0.3% after its Buy back result last week. The Big Bank Basket steady at $169.92. MFG slipped hard down 3.7% with PNI following suit down 3.3%. Miners were mixed, golds firmed, GOR up 7.2%, SBM up 5.2% and SLR up 5.7%. Iron ore miners drifted lower, BHP down 1.1%, FMG off 1.3%. Industrials eased on places, healthcare down, CSL off 0.2% and RMD falling another 2.9%. Energy was a bright spot, WPL up 4.0% and STO up 2.5% but KAR rose 3.1% and BPT up 0.7%. Travel stocks were mixed FLT up 2.0% and WEB off 0.6% with QAN down 1.2%. In the tech space, profit taking was the order of the day, APT fell 5.0% to its lowest level since Square deal announced, 2021 gains in the sector are now gone. APX hit a three-year low down 5% and the All-Tech Index was down 2.6%. In corporate news, QAN is on the verge of a huge fleet renewal order. RBA keeps rates unchanged, and timetable remains the same. 10-year yields rise to 1.51%.Win up to $3000 by picking the best performing stock on the ASX. Submit your entry for the One Stock Portfolio Competition today.

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil
Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil: Hip Hop 101

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 144:28


For this week's ep of my podcast Apt. 5B I'm chopping it up with Vern, Eddie, Rell, JR & Alise about if you were teaching a hip hop and/or soul/R&B class, what would be your first 5 assignments you'd give you class? What would you have them listening to, what would you have them watching, what would you have them reading and what would you have them doing? Just another DOOOOOOOOOPE ep ya'll and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel and you can check us out wherever you listen to your fave podcasts at!@Kil889www.willmakebeatsforfood.com

The CyberWire
Phishing for those who fear Pegasus. ChamelGang APT active against multiple countries. Problems with a ransomware decryptor. Controversial proofs-of-concept. And a death blamed on ransomware.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 25:48


A malware campaign offers bogus protection against Pegasus surveillance. A new APT, ChamelGang, is found active against targets in at least ten countries. A ransomware gang can't get its decryptor right. A proof-of-concept shows that charges can be made from a non-contact Visa card in an iPhone wallet. David Dufour from Webroot warns of potential perils in cyber insurance. Our guest is Shamla Naidoo from Netskope with advice for cyber innovators .And ransomware may be responsible for a child's death in an Alabama hospital. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/190

Marcus Today
End of Day – Friday 1 Oct

Marcus Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 10:27


The ASX 200 back down by 147 points to 7186 (2.0%) as enthusiasm reverses. Down 2.1% for the week. US Politics taking centre stage and the debt roof in play. Banks under serious pressure as moves to rein in extreme house price rises weighs. The Big Bank Basket down 3.3% to $180.20. CBA the worst of the big four as most exposed to the housing sector losing 4.1%. Other financial also hit hard, MFG down 1.8%, MQG off 2.9% and QBE eased 3.0%. Industrials were also under serious pressure, ALL down 4.2%, DMP down 6.3%, WOW warning of some closures this weekend as CV19 restrictions bite. TCL fell 1.6% on its last day of rights trading, REH down 5.3% as a housing play and BLD dropped 2.8%. Healthcare in casualty, CSL dropped 1.5%, RMD down 1.8% and RHC off 1.8%. In the mining stocks it was reverse all engines, BHP fell 2.0%, RIO down 2.9% and FMG off 2.6%. Lithium stocks were depressed PLS losing 5.4% and ORE down 4.0%. Uranium though finding some support, PDN up 4.4%. Base metal stocks eased, and gold miners were one of the few spots of green grass in a sea of red. NCM up 0.8% and NST rising 2.5%. Tech mixed surprisingly, XRO found some friends up 1.0% but APT dropped 2.1%. The All-Tech Index falling 1.2%. Travel stocks firmed as international flights set to resume. Next month. WEB up 2.0% and QAN up 0.7%. Not much on the corporate front. In NSW the Premier resigned ahead of an ICAC inquiry and death rate continued at elevated levels. US futures weaker but off lows. Win up to $3000 by picking the best performing stock on the ASX. Submit your entry for the One Stock Portfolio Competition today.

Marcus Today
End of Day – Thursday 30 Sep

Marcus Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 13:06


The ASX 200 rose 136 points to close at 7332 (1.6%) on a killer combo of lower bond yields, higher iron ore prices, quarter end buying and US futures heading higher. The banks led the charge higher with the Big Bank Basket rising 2.1% to $186.31. MQG up 2.3% and insurers also catching the green blast, QBE up 2.0% and MPL up 2.0%. Big miners were back in demand as bargain hunting and very strong ore prices helped BHP rise 3.4%, FMG up 1.1% despite a death at Solomon Hub and MIN up 3.4%. Gold miners saw some selective buying in DEG and PDI and lithium stocks shrugged off the recent depression as PLS rose 3.5% and ORE up 2.4%. Uranium stocks continued to be pressured on lower uranium prices. Industrials were firm although tech stocks seemed to miss the bullish memo. The All-Tech Index languished like its big brother the Nasdaq with the index up 0.5% and APT losing 0.5%. That could all change tomorrow with some catch up buying. Healthcare back on the rampage, CSL up 2.3% and FPH doing very well up 2.7%. In corporate news, Z1P have done a deal with Microsoft rising 1.3% and ORI had an explosive reaction up 14.5% to the impairments with brokers warming to the story. TCL saw buying as yields fell and the rights shot up 60.3% with one day to go of trade. In economic news, the seasonally adjusted estimate for total dwellings approved rose 6.8% in August. Job vacancies decreased by 9.8% (36,200 vacancies) in the three months to August 202. Asian markets firmed. European markets opening higher Dow futures up 250.Win up to $3000 by picking the best performing stock on the ASX. Submit your entry for the One Stock Portfolio Competition today.

The 443 - Security Simplified
Kaseya’s Trusted Third Party

The 443 - Security Simplified

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021


This week on the podcast we discuss the recently disclosed identify of the"Trusted Third Party" that Kaseya acquired the REvil ransomware master decryption key from, as well as the morals around a decision to hold on to the decryption key for multiple weeks before handing it off to Kaseya. We then cover a new APT discovered by researchers at ESET and the latest CISA alert on ransomware activity.

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil
Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil: Hip Hop's Dopest Choruses

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 132:34


For this week's ep of my podcast Apt. 5B I'm chopping it up with Eddie, Rell, JR, JP, Neltron & Avery about our top 5 dopest hip hop & R&B choruses! We're also chopping it up about why a lot of new school hip hop doesn't have choruses and the different between making dope music and making dope "songs." Just another DOOOOOOOOOPE ep ya'll and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel and check us out wherever you listen to your fave podcasts at!@Kil889www.willmakebeatsforfood.com

Calgary Free Presbyterian Church
Christ's Prayer for You

Calgary Free Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 52:00


In Christ's earthly ministry, He toiled unceasingly for the souls of His people. But now that He is exalted in heaven, we learn that prays unceasingly for the souls of His people---1- Appointed to Pray--2- Able to Pray--3- Apt to Pray

Talos Takes
Talos Takes Ep. #69: Our armadillo in shining armor

Talos Takes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 10:00


Asheer Malhotra joins the show to once again cover a cyber attack in South Asia. This time, it's an attacker that looks and smells like an APT, but may just be a run-of-the-mill crimeware gang. Asheer discusses he and his colleagues' research into Operation: Armor Piercer, a campaign targeted at government agencies and military contractors. Needless to say, these are high-profile targets. Find out what this group wants and why they're aping so much from other groups like Transparent Tribe and SideCopy.

The CyberWire
Ransomware hits another US farm co-op, as Russan gangs seem to continue attacks without interference from Moscow. A new APT is described. REvil was cheating? CISA warns about Conti.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 24:50


Ransomware hits a second US Midwestern farm co-op. The US House hears from the FBI that Russia seems not to have modified its toleration of privateering gangs (at least yet). A new APT, “FamousSparrow,” is described. REvil seems to have been--surprise!--cheating its criminal affiliates. Josh Ray from Accenture with an update on the Hades Threat Group. Our guest is Tim Eades of vArmour on the urgent need to update cyber strategies in healthcare. CISA issues a new warning, this one on the Conti ransomware operation.  For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/184

Where is This Going?
Episode 51: Carlos Sampson

Where is This Going?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 55:45


Apologies for the brief absence of episodes, but 'Where is This Going?' is back with the very talented, Carlos Sampson (@lostheartist_)! Carlos is a young artist who moved to Grand Rapids from Detroit with his family at age ten. Carlos got into art at a young age. He honed his craft by completing his brother's unfinished artwork and pieces that ended up in the trash. What started out as a cartoon approach, evolved into realism--his favorite style. People started commissioning Carlos for artwork in high school. He explains that much of his early commissions were paintings on students shoes or sports cleats; which turned out to be the best form of word of mouth. Carlos and Hunter also relate about being fathers, the joys of going to the DMV, and more! Hire and follow Carlos on Instagram and all socials @lostheartist_ Come see Hunter Miles perform 9/16 and every Thursday night at Parrots Lounge in Holland at 9pm. Get your tickets to Ambrosia Theater for 2 shows on 9/18! He'll be hosting for Ladii Jai and Tam White! 8pm and 10pm! https://www.ambrosiatheater.com Our sponsors! : Off The Gr1d @offthegr1dd 2863 West Shore Dr. Apt. 114 Holland, MI MON-SAT 10AM-8PM SUN: Noon-5PM Produced by: Jackie Kalmink(@further.closer) and Preston Locklear (@bear_nubs) Description by: Ben Bradshaw (@thebradbenshaw) Follow the show and Hunter on IG and Twitter! Show: @WhereIsThisGoingPod(IG) @WhereIsThisGoPo(Twitter) Hunter: @The_HunterMiles on all platforms! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hunter-miles/support

Beers On Me Podcast
Episode 20 - Food Nostalgia and Cover Music

Beers On Me Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 133:09


Featured Beer: St. Bernadus, Apt 12 Abbey Ale, from Belgium. Join the  crew and their good friend "Bama" as they review arguably the best beer they have had yet, go down a rabbit hole on the evolution of country music, talk about some iconic restaurants that closed too soon (with some unbelievable fun facts), discuss their favorite cover bands, and close out with coverage of some of the top cover songs from around the globe! 

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil
Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil: Milk Carton MC...Where Are They Now?

Apt. 5B Podcast Hosted by Kil

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 121:02


For this week's ep of my podcast Apt. 5B I'm chopping it up with Porsha, Eddie & JR about MC's, groups and singer who we thought were gonna be dope but then they virtually disappeared! Part of the assignment was to dig around and find out what actually did happen to them and the dope thing was most MC's who disappeared actually DID drop more music that we had no idea about! Just another DOOOOOOOOPE ep and don't forget to subscribe to our You Tube Channel and you can also check us out on all streaming services! @Kil889www.willmakebeatsforfood.com

Dweeb Squad
The Pig Files Vol. II: Tropico Babemeyer is Actually, Like, Really Chill

Dweeb Squad

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 69:19


Piglet and Bacon Boy have arrived at the Swamp Meet to challenge Pig Man's arch nemesis, the tropical mummy himself, Tropico Babemeyer. We're racin' for pinks, and the Hambulance is on the line. Also, please don't tell anybody Pig Man's secret identity of Milfie DuBois. He also has a day job at the meat packing plant, and lives at 4112 W. Diversey Ave., Apt. 3R. But please, don't tell anybody that. Cast: Jordan Ramsier: Buick "Bucky" Thunderwing, Level 6 Bacon Boy Bill Ross: Magozar Singing-Water, Level 6 Piglet Dylan White: Level 666 Master of Hogs   Contact: Facebook Twitter Instagram Discord   Buy some Merch here!

The Science Hour
Hurricane season intensifies

The Science Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 58:56


When hurricane Ida struck the coast of Louisiana last weekend, almost to the day that Katrina did 16 years ago, comparisons between the two events were soon to follow. As the latest storm continues to wreak havoc and death further north in the US, Suzana Camargo of Columbia university talks to Roland Pease about the similarities and differences, the better forecasting available now, and the grim reality that climate change suggests for this and future hurricane seasons. A couple of weeks ago, Science in Action looked at the carbon accounting of Blue Hydrogen (hydrogen manufactured from fossil fuels). Listener Nick Arndt got in touch to say we were wrong when we stated that hydrogen can't be piped out of the ground from natural sources. His company, Sisprobe, plans to use its passive seismic prospecting technology to work with an international consortium that aims to unlock a new “hydrogen rush” – commercialising what they suspect to be a near-ubiquitous source of genuinely carbon-free fuel - to supply the world economy of the near future. Viacheslav Zgonnik - CEO of start-up Natural Hydrogen Energy LLC - has been working on hydrogen for 10 years, has written a recent review of the science, and tells Roland about current and future studies into finding the best way to tap this simplest of molecules before it escapes into space. In Chile, the recent megadrought has led to fears that hydroelectric damns may become so drained that power-outs may occur in the coming months. This will not help Chile to achieve its target of carbon-neutrality by 2050. Apt, then, that a new Concentrated Solar Power plant (CSP) is now up and running in the north of the country. Reporter Jane Chambers has been to visit Cerro Dominador – the spectacular new array of 10,600 mirrors that focus sunshine onto a molten salt target, heating it up to 560C, and generating up to 210 MW electricity. Meanwhile archaeologists have been doing a molecular analysis of a protein found to survive in the bones of unfortunate victims of the mount Vesuvius eruption that destroyed Pompeii. Despite the searing heat that killed inhabitants of nearby Herculaneum, Oliver Criag of York University has been able to examine the different isotopes in amino acids still recoverable from their bones to help identify what sorts of things these people ate during their tragically foreshortened lifetimes. A whole lot of cereals generally, but more interestingly, the men tended to eat more fish while the women seem to have consumed more meat and dairy. Our connection to the night sky spans cultures and millennia: observing the stars and planets helped our ancestors navigate the world, tell stories about the constellations, and understand our place in the universe. But these days, for the vast majority of us, seeing the stars is getting harder. 80% of people live under light polluted skies, and in many cities you're lucky to see a handful of stars at night. This state of affairs is bothering CrowdScience listener and keen stargazer Mo from Salt Lake City in the USA, who wonders if there's anything we can do about light pollution. Of course, we could simply turn out all the lights, but that's unrealistic. So what are smarter ways of lighting our communities to preserve our view of the cosmos? Increasingly worried by the effect of artificial lighting on the ability to observe stars, astronomer Dr Jason Pun set up a series of monitoring stations to continuously measure ‘sky glow'. By comparing sky glow across the world, he wants to figure out which approaches work best. One community taking an active approach is the South Downs National Park in South East England, one of a number of Dark Sky Reserves around the word. We visit the park and speak to the Dark Skies Officer there, to find out how people are coming together to turn down their lights and keep the night dark. And it's not just stargazing that's threatened by light pollution. Artificial light at night disrupts the circadian rhythms of wildlife. We visit a project in rural Germany looking into the benefits of dark-sky-friendly lighting on insect populations there. (Image credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Science in Action
Hurricane season intensifies

Science in Action

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 31:59


When hurricane Ida struck the coast of Louisiana last weekend, almost to the day that Katrina did 16 years ago, comparisons between the two events were soon to follow. As the latest storm continues to wreak havoc and death further north in the US, Suzana Camargo of Columbia university talks to Roland Pease about the similarities and differences, the better forecasting available now, and the grim reality that climate change suggests for this and future hurricane seasons. A couple of weeks ago, Science in Action looked at the carbon accounting of Blue Hydrogen (hydrogen manufactured from fossil fuels). Listener Nick Arndt got in touch to say we were wrong when we stated that hydrogen can't be piped out of the ground from natural sources. His company, Sisprobe, is using its passive seismic prospecting technology to work with an international consortium that aims to unlock a new “hydrogen Rush” – commercialising what they suspect to be a near-ubiquitous source of genuinely carbon-free fuel to supply the world economy of the near future. Viacheslav Zgonnik - CEO of start-up Natural Hydrogen Energy LLC - has been working on hydrogen for 10 years, has written a recent review of the science, and tells Roland about current and future studies into finding the best way to tap this simplest of molecules before it escapes into space. In Chile, the recent megadrought has led to fears that hydroelectric damns may become so drained that power-outs may occur in the coming months. This will not help Chile to achieve its target of carbon-neutrality by 2050. Apt, then, that a new Concentrated Solar Power plant (CSP) is now up and running in the north of the country. Reporter Jane Chambers has been to visit Cerro Dominador – the spectacular new array of 10,600 mirrors that focus sunshine onto a molten salt target, heating it up to 560C, and generating up to 210 MW electricity. Meanwhile archaeologists have been doing a molecular analysis of a protein found to survive in the bones of unfortunate victims of the mount Vesuvius eruption that destroyed Pompeii. Despite the searing heat that killed inhabitants of nearby Herculaneum, Oliver Criag of York University has been able to examine the different isotopes in amino acids still recoverable from their bones to help identify what sorts of things these people ate during their tragically foreshortened lifetimes. A whole lot of cereals generally, but more interestingly, the men tended to eat more fish while the women seem to have consumed more meat and dairy. (Image credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images) Presenter: Roland Pease Producer: Alex Mansfield

Lessons from the Playroom
Lessons from the Playroom Episode 101: Cultural Issues in Play Therapy

Lessons from the Playroom

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 48:21


What does it really mean to be culturally competent?... To help us kick off the next 100 episodes, Lisa is joined by a truly amazing individual who is a leader in our play therapy field - Dr. Eliana Gil. Likely you have heard of her

The CyberWire
SideCopy malware campaigns expand and evolve. [Research Saturday]

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 21:18


Guest Asheer Malhotra, Threat Researcher of Cisco Talos Intelligence Group, joins Dave to discuss his team's research "InSideCopy: How this APT continues to evolve its arsenal." Cisco Talos has observed an expansion in the activity of SideCopy malware campaigns, targeting entities in India. In the past, the attackers have used malicious LNK files and documents to distribute their staple C#-based RAT. We are calling this malware "CetaRAT." SideCopy also relies heavily on the use of Allakore RAT, a publicly available Delphi-based RAT. Recent activity from the group, however, signals a boost in their development operations. Talos has discovered multiple new RAT families and plugins currently used in SideCopy infection chains. Targeting tactics and themes observed in SideCopy campaigns indicate a high degree of similarity to the Transparent Tribe APT (aka APT36) also targeting India. These include using decoys posing as operational documents belonging to the military and think tanks and honeytrap-based infections. The research can be found here: InSideCopy: How this APT continues to evolve its arsenal blog post InSideCopy: How this APT continues to evolve its arsenal report