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Air Force Radio News
Air Force Radio News 20 October 2021

Air Force Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021


Today's Story: New Missions For the Pegasus

Grand Tamasha
Joanna Slater on the Pivotal Stories She Covered in India for the Washington Post

Grand Tamasha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 41:39


Joanna Slater is a veteran journalist who served as the Washington Post India bureau chief based in New Delhi from 2018-2021. She was posted there during one of the most consequential periods in recent Indian history—covering the 2019 general elections, the abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir, the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pegasus hacking revelations, and much more. This week on the show, Joanna joins Milan to talk about her tenure in New Delhi and what she learned on the job.The two discuss Joanna's long history with India, the constraints journalists face while carrying out their jobs, and what it was like to cover some of the biggest stories in recent years from the ground. Plus, the two discuss how Joanna met her future husband on the set of a Bollywood hit movie starring Aamir Khan and the India story that Joanna still dreams about.“Niha Masih on Reporting on India's COVID-19 Crisis,” Grand Tamasha, June 15, 2021.Joanna Slater and Niha Masih, “The spyware is sold to governments to fight terrorism. In India, it was used to hack journalists and others,” Washington Post, July 19, 2021.Joanna Slater and Shams Irfan, “Inside a Delhi hospital, oxygen runs fatally short as covid cases mount,” Washington Post, April 24, 2021.Niha Masih and Joanna Slater, “They were accused of plotting to overthrow the Modi government. The evidence was planted, a new report says,” Washington Post, February 10, 2021.Joanna Slater, “A young Indian couple married for love. Then the bride's father hired assassins,” Washington Post, August 19, 2019.Joanna Slater, “In Modi's move on Kashmir, a road map for his ‘new India,'” Washington Post, August 15, 2019.Joanna Slater, “In the world's biggest election, India's Narendra Modi pushes fear over hope,” Washington Post, April 11, 2019.

Podcast – The Overnightscape
The Overnightscape 1852 – Averaging Aquarian (10/19/21)

Podcast – The Overnightscape

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 190:51


3:10:51 – Frank in New Jersey, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Pegasus and unicorn, demolition, nudging rubble, Some in the Woods, church roofing, Averaging Aquarian, the scientific method, supernatural things, nature of consciousness, philosophical afternoon, Peter update, metaverse update, Fulton Market, Phish Fall Tour, new slang, drugs, The Shins, new Jack White song Taking Me […]

The Overnightscape Underground
The Overnightscape 1852 – Averaging Aquarian (10/19/21)

The Overnightscape Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 190:51


3:10:51 – Frank in New Jersey, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Pegasus and unicorn, demolition, nudging rubble, Some in the Woods, church roofing, Averaging Aquarian, the scientific method, supernatural things, nature of consciousness, philosophical afternoon, Peter update, metaverse update, Fulton Market, Phish Fall Tour, new slang, drugs, The Shins, new Jack White song Taking Me […]

The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009
Travelers in the Night Eps. 599 & 600: Path to Mars & Big and Close

The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 5:30


Dr. Al Grauer hosts. Dr. Albert D. Grauer ( @Nmcanopus ) is an observational asteroid hunting astronomer. Dr. Grauer retired from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2006. travelersinthenight.org Today's 2 topics: - The human thirst for knowledge about our mysterious next door neighbor… - Hannes Groeller discovered 2020 LG1 in the constellation Pegasus.   We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs.  Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too!  Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations.  Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.

FilkCast
FilkCast Episode 115, October 13, 2021 - The Pegasus Awards Part One!

FilkCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 41:37


MusicBest Mad Science SongI Built A Time Machine - Eric Distad - The Faithful Sidekickshttps://thefaithfulsidekicks.bandcamp.comMad Science Café - Brooke Abbey - Brooke Vs Johnhttps://brookeabbey.com/album/steel-cage-matchMad Scientist's Love Song - Gary McGath - Gary McGath And Virginia TaylorWatchmaker Hill - Eva Van Daele-Hunt - Eva, Raphael, and Talea Van Daele HuntMaybe It's Crazy - Seanan McGuire - http://seananmcguire.com Best Cheery-Ose SongChuck the Corpse - Fred Capp - Fred Capp And Robin BaylorDear Seanan - Erin Bellavia/Merav Hoffman/Seanan McGuire - Via Bellahttps://viabellaband.bandcamp.comEverybody Dies - The PDX Broadsides - The PDX Broadsides https://thepdxbroadsides.bandcamp.comNot Everybody Dies - Erica Neely - Erica Neelyhttps://mikewhitaker1379.bandcamp.com/album/not-everybody-diesTiny Kraken - Alyssa Yeager - Rhiannon's Larkhttps://rhiannonslark.bandcamp.comLinks for this week's showThe Pegasus Awardshttp://www.ovff.org/pegasus/Joseph Abbott LiveTuesday 7 pm CDT / midnight UTChttps://www.twitch.tv/faxpaladinBryan Baker LiveSaturday 2pm Centralhttps://twitch.tv/ka_klickCathy McManamon4th Tuesday of every month on TwitchOctober 26https://twitch.tv/cathymcmusicEurofilk CircleOctober 2118:00 Central European TimeCheck for updated linkFundraisersAlex Bear https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/alex-bearFilk InformationFilk Streamshttp://filkstreams.org/Friends Of Filkhttps://friendsoffilk.orgWôks Print Cataloghttps://woksprint.com/product-category/musicGeekspin Podcasthttps://geekspinpodcast.castos.com/Filk Questhttps://www.youtube.com/c/vanceamaniaFilkcon 1 MP3 downloadshttp://www.prometheus-music.com/audio/Filkcon%201.zipChuck Rein - In Western Lands/Oh The Planets 1967 singlehttp://www.tiedyeeric.com/hotlink/ChuckRein.zipVintage Filk Preservationhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0EXmacvKF3MDrKZbzmux6gHouse Concerts and House FilksMassFilchttps://www.massfilc.org/meetings.shtmlPhoenix Filk Circlehttps://phoenixfilkcircle.wordpress.comLos Angeles Filk Circlehttps://www.conchord.org/lafaad.htmlDes Moines First Friday Filkhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/548389495176195Milwaukee Housefilkhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/533294056830869/Provo Filk Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/Provo-Filk-Group-713192665748714/Minneapolis House 4th Weekend House Filkshttp://freemars.org/mailman/listinfo/housefilk_freemars.orgSouthern California House filkswww.sandiegofilk.com/SouthernCaliforniaHouseFilksMain.htmlNational Suicide Prevention LifelineHours: Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish.800-273-8255Twitter@FaithfulSkicks, @hsifyppah, @seananmcguire, @ViaBellaBand, @PDXBroadsides, @EricaFilker, @rhiannonslarkLinks to the Podcasthttp://filkcast.blogspot.comhttp://facebook.com/groups/FilkCasthttps://twitter.com/FilkCasttiedyeeric at filkcast.comIntro Music - Hope Eyrie by Leslie Fish - Julia Ecklar - Guitar - Kristoph Klover

Sittadel Podcast
31 - Pegasus Spyware

Sittadel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 44:33


We know your location, see your pictures, listen in on your microphone, and even get into your encrypted chat. But we only use that for good! (Okay, except for that one time...) Are we fighting fire with fire or becoming the very thing we defend against? Israeli based cyber intelligence company NSO Group is a billion-dollar business that helps law enforcement agencies and governments learn everything about innocent and guilty citizens alike in the name of protecting the virtuous. Cyber weapons like Pegasus represent a moral tradeoff. The intended use is to curb human trafficking or intervene before violent crimes are committed, but it comes at the cost of invading the privacy of good-doing citizens. We're quick to accept this risk when weapons are wielded by the armed forces that defend countries, but the NSO Group is motivated by profits as much as any other private company. What we called spyware in the 90s has become the way modern advertising works, and that lets platform holders more finely target the spaghetti they throw at the wall. Now it's angel hair pasta, and everything is sticking. The ethics of doing business today are directly tied to the ethics of cybersecurity. As Nate discusses in the episode, he often finds himself caught between the creative ambition of an artist and catering to what will sell. To pay the bills, Nate has to sacrifice a bit of creative freedom. When companies profit from circumventing the security systems that keep us safe, it's a much greater sacrifice. This is not a new challenge, but privacy has entered a new frontier of technological reliance. In this episode, we discuss zero day vulnerabilities, Pegasus Spyware, NSO Group, Edward Snowden, Spysweeper, Privacy concerns, mobile security, law enforcement, wardriving, and WIFI security. Use our contact form or tweet us @sittadelpodcast to start the conversation on how Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions can play a role in protecting your information (and if you're a business, there's a good chance you're already paying for one you've never set up).

Today in Focus
Dubai's ruler and the Pegasus phone hacking exposed in a UK court

Today in Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 29:42


A high court judge has ruled that Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum hacked the phone of his ex-wife Princess Haya using Pegasus spyware. In this episode we look at the implications of the affair. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus

Learn French with daily podcasts
4574 - Logiciel espion (Spyware)

Learn French with daily podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 3:20


Texte:Les téléphones d'au moins cinq ministres français et celui d'un conseiller diplomatique du Président ont été infectés par le logiciel espion israélien Pegasus.Traduction:The mobile phones of at least five French ministers and a diplomatic advisor to President were infected by the Israeli-made Pegasus spyware.

Symantec Cyber Security Brief Podcast
Governments tackle cyber crime, ransomware arrests, and an interesting phishing campaign

Symantec Cyber Security Brief Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 20:47


On this week’s Cyber Security Brief, Brigid O Gorman and Dick O’Brien discuss how the UK and the U.S. are planning to increase their efforts to tackle cyber crime, ransomware being blamed in court for the death of a baby, and the arrests of some ransomware criminals in Ukraine. Also, the Conti ransomware gang makes some threats, evidence of the Pegasus spyware allegedly found on the phones of French cabinet ministers, and an interesting targeted phishing campaign.

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología
Twitch se queda desnudo

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 17:40


Hackers filtran código fuente e ingresos de los creadores de Twitch / Fallos en Windows 11 / La Tierra ya no brilla tanto / Android 12 empieza a moverse / Más espionaje con Pegasus / Halide reinventa el Macro Patrocinador: Allianz es el líder mundial en gestión activa https://www.allianz.es/allianz-inversion.html. Te ofrece fondos de inversión, sostenibles y tecnológicos, así como planes de jubilación adaptados a tu edad actual https://www.allianz.es/plan-de-pensiones.html. Además de un producto único con garantía alemana como es Allianz Perspektive https://www.allianz.es/seguro-de-ahorro.html. — Para más información, asesórate en Allianz.es https://www.allianz.es/ o en el 900 228 228 tel:+34900228228. Hackers filtran código fuente e ingresos de los creadores de Twitch / Fallos en Windows 11 / La Tierra ya no brilla tanto / Android 12 empieza a moverse / Más espionaje con Pegasus / Halide reinventa el Macro  Una filtración masiva en Twitch revela los secretos de la plataforma. Un grupo desconocido ha filtrado https://vandal.elespanol.com/noticia/1350748392/twitch-habria-sufrido-una-filtracion-grave-de-codigo-fuente-datos-de-usuario-y-pagos/ el código fuente casi completo de Twitch, algunos componentes secretos y futuros, y quizá lo más morboso: los historiales de cobro https://www.20minutos.es/noticia/4846706/0/un-hacker-filtra-las-cantidades-que-supuestamente-habrian-cobrado-ibai-rubius-auronplay-o-grefg-en-twitch/ de la mayoría sus grandes estrellas.  De momento no hay datos de usuarios pero podrían llegar más ficheros en los próximos días.  Los primeros análisis técnicos de Windows 11 encuentran problemas de rendimiento. Comparando con la misma máquina usando Windows 10, las pruebas sintéticas muestran una ligera caída de rendimiento https://www.muycomputer.com/2021/10/06/windows-11-rinde-peor-en-juegos/ en lectura y escritura de datos, y en entornos gráficos como videojuegos.  Quizá el fallo más visible sea una fuga de memoria en el explorador de archivos. Ha sido reportado por múltiples usuarios las últimas semanas y Microsoft no lo ha solucionado. Cada vez que se abre una ventana del programa, aumenta la memoria RAM consumida https://www.geeknetic.es/Noticia/23259/El-explorador-de-Windows-llega-a-la-version-estable-de-Windows-11-con-una-fuga-de-memoria.html unos megas, y no se reduce al cerrarla, creando una espiral de consumo.  Crean un método para reciclar instantáneamente los metales de la basura electrónica. Pulverizando los componentes electrónicos de cualquier aparato y sometiéndolos a una potente corriente eléctrica durante un instante, permite vaporizar y recuperar los metales preciosos http://news.rice.edu/2021/10/04/urban-mining-for-metals-flashes-forward/ (oro, paladio, platino, etc.) presentes, con 80 veces menos consumo energético que los hornos tradicionales.  La Tierra ya no brilla como antes según los científicos, que han repasado las medidas ópticas del reflejo de la Tierra en la superficie de la Luna durante dos décadas. Han encontrado una reducción "pequeña pero significativa" https://es.gizmodo.com/descubren-que-la-tierra-ahora-brilla-menos-que-antes-1847802279 del albedo de nuestro planeta, aunque no tienen una conclusión clara de qué lo causa.  Los fabricantes con Android empiezan a mover el salto a Android 12. Tan solo un día después de su llegada al repositorio oficial, empieza a llegar a los usuarios. La gama Mi 11 ya lo tiene en beta https://www.xatakandroid.com/sistema-operativo/familia-xiaomi-mi-11-estrena-android-12-su-version-beta-estable, los modelos recientes de OnePlus también https://www.xatakandroid.com/sistema-operativo/oxygenos-12-beta-novedades-13-moviles-oneplus-a-que-llegara, Oppo presentará ColorOS 12 en unos días https://www.xatakandroid.com/sistema-operativo/coloros-12-internacional-basado-android-12-se-presentara-11-octubre, y el Xiaomi MI 9T Pro https://www.xatakandroid.com/roms-android/comienzan-a-llegar-rom-basadas-android-12-aosp-primera-para-xiaomi-mi-9t-pro como ROM personalizada.  Un grupo de hackers usa Dropbox para camuflarse. MalKamak es un recien descubierto grupo iraní que desde 2018 lleva operando una serie de sofisticados troyanos para infiltrarse entre empresas industriales. Evadían los controles de red enviando y recibiendo los datos y comandos https://www.csoonline.com/article/3635753/iranian-apt-targets-aerospace-and-telecom-firms-with-stealthy-shellclient-trojan.html a través de Dropbox.  Yubico lanza una llave USB con lector de huellas. Se llama Yubikey Bio, viene con conector USB-C o USB-A https://therecord.media/yubico-debuts-fingerprint-based-security-keys/ y almacena los datos biométricos en un tercer chip separado de los que almacenan los datos. Super útil a nivel empresarial. Cuesta 80-85 dólares.  El Vicepresidente de Emiratos Árabes espió a su mujer usando spyware Pegasus. Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, más conocido como "Jeque Mohamed" usó el software de NSO para espiar https://www.scmp.com/news/world/middle-east/article/3151437/dubai-ruler-had-ex-wifes-phone-hacked-uk-court-rules a la princesa Haya de Jordania, que ahora es su ex-esposa y otras personas de su círculo cercano.  La polémica está servida, porque este software sigue usándose para espiar a quien quieran, y no a "terroristas y grandes criminales" como afirma NSO. — Por cierto, una de las espiadas https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiona_Shackleton es miembro de la Cámara de los Lores británica.  Halide añade modo macro a cualquier iPhone de los últimos 4 años. La versión 2.5 de la aplicación avanzada de fotografía se adapta a la lente o lentes de cualquier modelo desde el iPhone 8 en adelante, y permite ajustar el foco de forma manual y muy precisa https://www.applesfera.com/aplicaciones-ios-1/halide-se-actualiza-a-version-2-5-lleva-modo-macro-iphone-8 y aplicar un modelo de aprendizaje automático. Super curioso.  Apple ha solucionado el "salto de lentes" https://9to5mac.com/2021/10/06/iphone-13-auto-macro-ios-15-toggle-camera/ en el modo macro de los iPhone 13.  Lyft, Motional y Hyundai han mostrado cómo serán sus taxis autónomos. Comenzarán a operar en 2023 en "varias ciudades de EE.UU." https://motional.com/news/the-ioniq-5-robotaxi-a-production-vehicle-tailor-made-for-robotaxi-service Hyundai pone el coche, basado en el nuevo IONIQ 5. Aptiv pondrá los 30 sensores y el cerebro de conducción autónoma, y Lyft los clientes. — En 2020 ya anunciaron que "llegarían el año que viene", pero no fue así.  Un motor eléctrico para cualquier kayak. PacMotor es un simple instrumento extensible con dos motores que se adapta a cualquier kayak, canoa o embarcación similar. Se controla con un pequeño mando inalámbrico para poder girar en cualquier rumbo https://pacmotor.com/landing-one. — En el futuro afirman que tendrá "piloto automático".

Eberron: A Chronicle of Echoes
Race of the Eight Winds: Team Pegasus- Hyacinth d‘Vadalis and His Honor the Majestic Glamour

Eberron: A Chronicle of Echoes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 8:00


Alufi and Sylas are in Hareth's Folly at one of House Vadalis's Pegasi Stables to speak with Hyacinth d'Vadalis about the upcoming race! Hyacinth Played by a wonderful fan, Saiyori!   Get more content from our Website -- https://www.sivisechoerstation.com/ Become a Patron! -- https://www.patreon.com/sivisechoerstation   This is an unofficial Dungeons and Dragons podcast based on the Eberron Campaign setting.   Check us out: Spotify -- https://open.spotify.com/show/591UUMewhViu1eahz0OGM4?si=gl5e2ODSSd6xSEfDGygMtA Apple Podcasts -- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/eberron-a-chronicle-of-echoes/id1517517905 Twitter -- https://twitter.com/SivisEchoers Logo artist -- https://www.instagram.com/fumonero.art/?hl=en  Intro/outro composer -- https://www.instagram.com/brandonmaahs/?hl=en  Interim composer -- https://www.instagram.com/thebardicinspiration/ 

Hacker Public Radio
HPR3439: Linux Inlaws S01E40: The One with the BSDs

Hacker Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021


In this episode, Martin and Chris host an eclectic panel of contributors to the *other* major FLOSS operating system family - you guessed it: the flavours of the Berkeley Software Distribution (aka BSD among friends). Disclaimer: you may be tempted to diverge from the Path of the Righteousness also known as Linux and give this alternative a spin. So this episode is *not* for the faint-hearted - listen at your own discretion! Also: the true defective nature of our beloved (?) hosts' past will be revealed - an episode not be missed despite the caveat! Plus a refresher on spaced-out operating system concepts including library operating systems and a rant on Android and friends. In addition to some cool BSD trolling... Links: OpenBSD: https://www.openbsd.org FeeBSD: https://www.freebsd.org NetBSD: https://www.netbsd.org DragonFlyBSD: https://www.dragonflybsd.org 386BSD: https://www.386bsd.org RUMP kernel: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rump_kernel Library operating systems: https://www.sigarch.org/leave-your-os-at-home-the-rise-of-library-operating-systems Free BSD Linux Compatibility: https://docs.freebsd.org/en/books/handbook/linuxemu BSD Jails (original paper): https://papers.freebsd.org/2000/phk-jails.files/sane2000-jail.pdf FeeBSD Ports: https://www.freebsd.org/ports NetBSD pkgsrc: https://www.netbsd.org/docs/pkgsrc ZFS: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZFS BSD's pledge: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/410056/what-is-openbsds-pledge-in-short FreeBSD and Netflix: https://papers.freebsd.org/2019/fosdem/looney-netflix_and_freebsd BSD Firewalls: https://docs.freebsd.org/en/books/handbook/firewalls Michael W. Lucas' "Savaged by Systemd": hhttps://www.goodreads.com/book/show/36190710-savaged-by-systemd Linux vs. Minix: https://www.oreilly.com/openbook/opensources/book/appa.html Pegasus spyware: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pegasus_(spyware) BSD History presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEEr6dT-4uQ The tragedy of systemd: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_AIw9bGogo The Rise and Fall of Copyleft: https://archive.org/download/OhioLinuxfest2013/24-Rob_Landley-The_Rise_and_Fall_of_Copyleft.mp3

BBC Indonesia
Dunia Pagi ini BBC Indonesia, Kamis, 7 Oktober 2021.

BBC Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 14:58


Pengadilan Tinggi London memutuskan bahwa penguasa Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum menyetujui peretasan telepon mantan istrinya dalam "kampanye intimidasi terus menerus", selama perebutan hak asuh anak-anak mereka. Pengadilan mengatakan piranti lunak canggih buatan Israel, Pegasus, digunakan untuk menyasar Putri Haya bint al-Hussein. Ia mengatakan ia merasa seperti dicekik, dan merasa tidak aman di mana pun ia berada. Pengadilan selanjutnya memutuskan anak-anak Putri Haya tinggal bersamanya. Sheikh Mohammed membantah tuduhan yang dialamatkan kepadanya. Sebelum berpisah, selama bertahun-tahun pasangan itu menjadi bagian dari kalangan atas di Inggris. Mereka sering bergaul dengan keluarga kerajaan.

The TV Boys
051. The TV Boys - Terry O'Quinn

The TV Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 88:10


This week The TV Boys sit down to talk about the one and only Terry O'Quinn. You know him as John Locke from Lost or maybe Peter Watts in Millennium or even the stepfather in The Stepfather. Whatever you've seen him in, you know he's great, we discuss these roles and much more!

StarDate Podcast
Messier 15

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 2:14


Our Sun is impressively old — four and a half billion years. That means it's been around for roughly a third of the lifetime of the universe. But some stars in the galaxy have been around for almost the entire life of the universe. And many of them reside in a star cluster in Pegasus known as Messier 15. It's one of the oldest clusters in the entire Milky Way — and one of the most tightly packed. M15 probably was born about 13 billion years ago — roughly a billion years after the Big Bang. Any big, massive stars it contained have long since expired. About all that's left are stars that are smaller and fainter than the Sun — about half a million of them. The main exceptions are a few stars that have puffed up and gotten brighter at the ends of their long lives. The cluster spans about 175 light-years. But half of its stars are found in the central 20 light-years. That makes it one of the most densely packed clusters in the galaxy. And it means that if there are any planets in M15's heart, their night skies are ablaze with hundreds or thousands of stars at least as bright as anything in our skies. M15 is on the edge of the constellation Pegasus. As night falls, it's far to the upper right of the flying horse's most prominent feature — four moderately bright stars known as the Great Square. Through binoculars, the cluster looks like a hazy patch of light — the soft glow of relics from the early universe.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Financial Investing Radio
FIR 126: When Do I Start TRUSTING AI ??

Financial Investing Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 7:52


In This Episode we look at the question: When do I start trusting AI? Hi Everybody, welcome to another episode of click AI radio. My name is Grant. Alright, so been looking into this problem around trust. And what is it that gets in the way of us leveraging AI? Well, part of the problem comes from some reports. Right. So we'll look at a couple here. One of those was a report from Pegasus and the other was from pega systems, I should say, Now there was a Harvard Business Review report. And of course they they capture what people what we think about in terms of challenges around AI plenty of horror stories out there for sure. Can we actually trust this stuff? We all know about, you know, the Chinese board game go and how AI beat beat the Chinese board game player. kg. I hope I'm saying his name right? Back in 2017. ertainly machines can do a lot. And that's, of course, what we expect what we need them to do when we look at the Harvard Business Review. And what it is that they pointed out some of the challenges around this in in the Journal of marketing, they said based on data from over 3000 people who took 10 experiments, they provide some evidence, all right. And so here's here's the evidence, right, so there's the word of machine effect. And that stems from a widespread belief that AI systems are more competent than humans in dispensing advice. That's kind of an interesting viewpoint, especially when you really think about what it takes to build an AI model. It requires multiple layers of a network, typically, to help create decisions. Now, that's typically too much for us to think about as business owners. And generally, you don't want to have to get to that level of detail. One of the problems around AI, those are expectations of it, given all the hype that goes on out there, one of the best things I found that helps us to work through this is the mental model of viewing it as augmentation intelligence, rather than as artificial intelligence. I think sometimes that misnomer gets us into problem. And we expect it to do more than it than it really should. In fact, one of the best practices around this that I found is, as you're working through making decisions, and you're getting insights from an AI model, you need to compare it against reality. Certainly there are contextual things that the model designer may not have known. And of course, the more that you can get context into the brain of the model designer, the better it is for your business. But that doesn't always happen. So you need to apply the human cognitive sense and the sense of reality that the humans can pick up that the AI is not able to. So what what's critical to this as it becomes more of that collaboration, if we view AI as I'm going to spend time giving feedback into the model to inform it of ill advised insights, or things that just didn't work out. We need the models to be able to learn and grow and make adjustments over time. So coming back to this, to this HBr review, Harvard Business Review, one of the things that they pointed out was convincing a customer to give AI the benefit of the doubt. All right, so Okay, I think that might get a little bit too Ryan's talking about a moment ago, which is we need to look at AI as augmentation to our insights. And one of the key areas, of course, to think about is those ways in which AI can see things that's hard for us to see. That's really where we should should leverage the capabilities of AI itself. So I was working with a business owner recently who made the comment. Well, I'm not sure that my people will actually trust The insights from this, which I find interesting, and then there's this other group that I interact with and work with, they provide an AI platform that I strongly recommend. It's one that we've built and based our stuff on. And, and they made this interesting case study. Recently, they said that, that one of their clients had taken an AI model, and had deployed it and put it into production and hadn't actually told anybody. And what happened is, is over time, people started to notice this score, and the score was integrated into their system. So they were making these these selling decisions. And they started to draw a correlation between when a score was higher, the sales opportunities, they found out, were turning out to be better. Whereas when the score was lower the sales opportunities, were not as good. Rather than tell their employees, you must use this, they just put that into the system and let people start to observe it. And then they started to derive their own conclusions from it. And so rather than this top down approach of you must use this, they took this organic approach that said, let me let me put this in front of them, and then let them experience the results of it. and discover if if what the insights are giving reflect the reality and in fact, augment your reality in a way that it builds your confidence in that system. And so it's a critical way to approach AI. It's not to look at it in a dogmatic fashion, but rather look at and I love that case, study, look at it in a way that says, Let's, let's leverage and build on what we're already doing. And then let's verify is this augmented intelligence actually benefiting and restoring and building our growth and trust in AI itself? Simple example. But I think it's a very telling example, for sure. All right, trust is built over time. We know that certainly with humans, and I believe with AI as well. So though the approach here, get some AI going in your business, do it low key low cost, don't push or force it, and let the people in your team start to experience the benefits as well as the downsides of it. Learn together, refine it, over time, that trust gets built, and then he starts to see the results that will actually increase your business outcomes. All right, everybody. Thanks for joining and until next time, build your trust in AI. Thank you for joining Grant on click AI radio. Don't forget to subscribe and leave feedback. And remember to download your FREE eBook visit ClickAIRadio.com now.

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

Slam City Amateur Hour
Episode 198: Strange You Never Knew

Slam City Amateur Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 98:48


We saved you a seat at the lunch table where the conversation is a roller coaster of witty exchanges of knowledge, jokes, and laughter unmatched by everything that you've heard before. Bring a change of clothes. Double X Quantimino. Arthur wonders how the cohosts feel about the recent Apple zero-day and Pegasus spyware. Get the phrase "blessed like Peter North" in the zeitgeist. Your favorites from Wendy's one last time if the restaurant closed. Saddest song of the 90s. Gender bending James Bond. Swearing Is Actually a Sign of More Intelligence - Not Less - Say Scientists. Kuchisabishii “lonely mouth” The feeling of wanting to eat when you aren't hungry. What is your go to lonely mouth snack? Words in other languages that English can only describe in sentences. This Is The Newz. Polish sells parts of her BODY as NFTs including G-spot and nipples. Jar of Elvis Presley's hair auctioned for $72,500. Michael Jordan's used underwear up for auction. The U.S. Treasury Is Auctioning Off an Entire JDM Project Car Collection. One Man's Journey To Document The Strangest McDonald's In The World. National Toy Hall of Fame 2021 Finalists Revealed. Samuel Adams' latest potent beer is illegal in 15 states. Men take a vehicle with ‘free car' sign, find a body in the trunk. Headstone used to make fudge was restored to a Michigan gravesite after 146 years. Where it was for most of the time it was missing is a mystery. Burrito's Nippon Newz. Drunk droning arrest first of its kind in Aichi Prefecture. Sega of America taken to court in a five million dollar lawsuit, accused of deceiving users. Arcade game Key Master is set so users can't win until they've lost enough times. Japan is so polite even its hanko stamps bow to show respect. 23 flavors, five top recommendations for the wide world of Kikkoman soy milk. More Newz. Japanese grapes are some of the most expensive grapes in the world. In 2020, one bunch sold for $12,000. Just one bunch of Ruby Roman grapes sold for $12,000 at auction in 2020. That's about $400 per grape. Attack On Titan Gets Freaky-Looking Trash And Recycling Bins. 3 people were shot at a Pennsylvania baby shower after an argument over gifts. Mum gives birth to 'eBaby' after ordering an artificial insemination kit online. Chinese netizens angry at Gong Li for wearing Adidas, point out that she's not a Chinese citizen. Stern Unveils 'Godzilla'-Themed Pinball Machine. Two men arrested for alleged illegal smuggling of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Texas mom erupts at school board over 'anal sex' passage in middle schoolers' book. What I Had For Lunch. Deepfake Sponsors: Julio Tejas, Booba Gettz The Crazy One, Blo-N-Go Hair Dryers.

Intego Mac Podcast
Episode 207: iOS 12 Security Updates, Zero-Day iOS Vulnerabilities, and the iPhone 13

Intego Mac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 30:29


Apple issues a security update for iOS 12, zero-day vulnerabilities target iOS and iPadOS, and we look at the iPhone 13 Pro. Show Notes: iOS 12 is still getting security updates for in-the-wild issues Pegasus spyware found on 5 French cabinet members' phones Remotely exploitable "inetloc" zero-day vulnerability hits the Mac Researcher discloses several zero-day iOS, iPadOS vulnerabilities Commission proposes a common charger for electronic devices Full EU text for chargers iPhone 13 Pro Review: The Camera's the Star, but the Battery Life Is the Best New Feature Wireless Charging Is a Disaster Waiting to Happen Intego Mac Premium Bundle X9 is the ultimate protection and utility suite for your Mac. Download a free trial now at intego.com, and use this link for a special discount when you're ready to buy.

Today in Focus
The Pegasus project: hacked in London

Today in Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 30:47


The tragic story of Alaa Al-Siddiq has further exposed the extent of how powerful Pegasus spyware has been used against human rights activists even once they have fled their home country. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología
Kentucky Laser Chicken

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 19:24


Pollo a la làser / Más allá del USB-C / Facebook obligada a revelar datos / Edge para Xbox / China vuelve a prohibir las cripto / Pegasus vs Francia / La hora del B-21 Patrocinador: El nuevo modo "multimedia/gaming" de Panda Security te ofrece la máxima seguridad contra malware con cero interrupciones mientras juegas https://www.pandasecurity.com/security-promotion/?reg=ES&campaign=gamer2106, para que ni tú ni tu ordenador. Cero molestias, máxima seguridad. Consigue Panda Dome con un 50% de DTO desde su propia página web https://www.pandasecurity.com/security-promotion/?reg=ES&campaign=gamer2106. Pollo a la làser / Más allá del USB-C / Facebook obligada a revelar datos / Edge para Xbox / China vuelve a prohibir las cripto / Pegasus vs Francia / La hora del B-21  Investigadores imprimen pollo en 3D, lo calientan con lásers y... está rico. Tras años investigando el tratamiento de diversos elementos nutricionales, los científicos de Columbia licuaron/batieron carne de pollo real hasta hacerla fina para caber por los inyectores de una impresora 3D, le dieron forma de filete y calentaron con lásers de diverso espectro https://gizmodo.com/engineers-cook-3d-printed-chicken-with-lasers-1847709113.  El resultado parece haber satisfecho a los sujetos que pudieron saborear el experimento. Con luz azul queda bien cocinado desde dentro, pero con luz infrarroja queda más tostadito el exterior. Lo bueno es que se pueden combinar.  La Comisión Europea publica la medida de armonización de puertos de carga sobre USB-C. Entrará en vigor aproximadamente en 2024 https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/es/ip_21_4613, dependiendo de cuando lo adopten los países, así que quizá lo veamos un poco antes, porque los fabricantes querrán estar listos. También deberán ser compatibles los sistemas de carga rápida.  Lo comentamos el martes a fondo https://mixx.io/2021/09/21/un-cargador-para-dominarlos-a-todos/, pero me temo que hoy también comentaré un par de detalles más sobre carga inalámbrica y conectores tras el USB-C.  Grecia usó aprendizaje automático para decidir a qué viajeros hacer un test COVID, y ha sido un éxito. Ingenieros griegos y estadounidenses que desarrollaron el software denominado "Eva", que era capaz de identificar individuos con mayor riesgo, y mejorar su predicciones según se retroalimentaban los resultados. Tuvo el doble de precisión que pruebas aleatorias https://www.theregister.com/2021/09/23/greece_al_covid/, es decir: encontrar más infectados con menos tests.  Facebook tendrá que entregar el contenido almacenado sobre el genocidio rohinyá. El gobierno de Gambia presentó una demanda hace un año en la Corte Internacional para investigar el rol militar del gobierno birmano en redes sociales, y Facebook se negó. Ahora un tribunal estadounidense obliga a Facebook a dar los datos https://www.theverge.com/2021/9/23/22689559/facebook-rohingya-myanmar-official-data-order-gambia-genocide-trial.  El nuevo Microsoft Edge llega a Xbox Series S y X. Así que ahora ambas consolas tienen un navegador de última generación https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2021/09/23/september-2021-xbox-update/ apenas indistinguible de la versión para Windows de escritorio, y que puede ejecutar cualquier webapp moderna como Google Stadia o Discord, y expande los límites de lo que las consolas pueden hacer.  Nintendo anunció mandos inalámbricos de N64 y Sega MegaDrive para Switch. Curioso el lanzamiento de las réplicas de los originales, aunque algo caros: 50 euros https://www.vidaextra.com/nintendo-switch/catalogos-nintendo-64-sega-mega-drive-se-uniran-a-nintendo-switch-online-sus-propios-mandos-nueva-suscripcion. Llegarán en octubre junto con el "emulador" de juegos de las respectivas consolas. Podrán usarse para cualquier juego de Switch, entiendo.  Hay que pagar por los mandos además de la cuota mensual online y un nuevo extra mensual a modo de "paquete de expansión" para acceder a esos juegos.  China vuelve a prohibir las criptomonedas... por tercera vez. Aunque en esta ocasión el decreto incluye coordinación entre todos los ministerios, la orden es clara https://www.eldiario.es/tecnologia/china-declara-ilegales-operaciones-criptomonedas_1_8334463.html al denominar las transacciones, pagos, la emisión de tokens, etc. como "actividades financieras ilegales" que quedan "estrictamente prohibidas". Es decir: apps, webs, y carteras quedan prohibidas.  No me queda claro cómo van a impedir realmente que un ciudadano chino se conecte a una blockchain abierta, pero ciertamente esto elimina cualquier posibilidad de adopción comercial.  China todavía genera el 40% del minado https://www.statista.com/statistics/1200477/bitcoin-mining-by-country/ de Bitcoin a nivel mundial, mientra que EE.UU., Kazajistán y Rusia ganan terreno.  Twitter expande su sistema de propinas, incluyendo Bitcoin. Ya disponible para la app de iOS, y pronto en Android, los usuarios de Twitter podrán elegir dónde recibir donaciones, propinas o aportaciones en general. Soporta Patreon, CashApp, Bandcamp, etc. y también Bitcoin a través de Strike https://www.eldiario.es/tecnologia/twitter-habilita-envio-propinas-bitcoin-usuarios_1_8332079.html, no sobre la blockchain directamente.  ¿Cuándo se convertirá Noruega en un país de 100% coches eléctricos? La tendencia es clara, apenas el 10% de coches que se venden hoy en el país nórdico son diesel o gasolina parece que será cero en menos de un año https://electrek.co/2021/09/23/norway-bans-gas-cars-in-2025-but-trends-point-toward-100-ev-sales-as-early-as-april/. Pero aún falta un 40% de las ventas que son coches híbridos que siguen consumiendo combustible en mayor o menor medida.  Pegasus infectó los dispositivos de cinco ministros franceses. Continúa la trama de los ataques con el spyware de NSO a Francia. Los servicios de inteligencia franceses han hallado trazos digitales https://archive.ph/PGmS0 de la presencia del mismo en más ministerios, aunque parecen descartar la presencia en el iPhone del Presidente francés.  La principal sospecha apunta a Marruecos https://www.timesofisrael.com/frances-macron-called-bennett-to-ensure-israel-dealing-with-nso-claims-report/ como el origen del espionaje, aunque el gobierno de Rabat lo niega https://www.timesofisrael.com/morocco-denies-using-notorious-israeli-nso-spyware-to-target-french-officials/.  Por cierto, justo ayer Apple lanzaba tres parches para iOS 12 https://apperlas.com/apple-lanza-para-iphone-y-ipad-antiguos-ios-12-5-5/ que impide algunos de los exploits utilizados por NSO en iPhone 5s en adelante. — Y también para Macs con Catalina https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT212825.  Estados Unidos comienza a fabricar los primeros prototipos del B-21. El que se estima que será el avión bombardero más avanzado, debería entrar en acción a partir de 2027 https://newatlas.com/military/us-confirms-five-b-21-raider-nuclear-bomber-prototypes-under-construction/ tras casi dos décadas de secretismo. — Está dentro de la categoría de "bombarderos estratégicos furtivos" porque en principio puede llevar ojivas nucleares a cualquier parte del planeta sin ser detectado https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/how-us-air-force-could-make-new-b-21-stealth-bomber-unstoppable-73441.

Defense & Aerospace Report
[Sep 26, '21 Business Report]

Defense & Aerospace Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 43:24


On this episode of the Business Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are “Rocket Ron” Epstein, PhD, of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Richard Aboulafia of the Teal Group consultancy and Sash Tusa of Agency Partners. Topics: — The week on Wall Street as investors grappled with macro-economic factors — Covid travel update as Washington allows European travelers to enter the United States — Implications of Beijing's “hostage diplomacy” on the international trade China depends on for its prosperity — Takeaways from Airbus recent corporate seminar including technology investment priorities on propulsion and aerodynamics — Boeing's 20-year market forecast for 8,700 jets valued at some $1.5 trillion based on 5.4 percent annual air travel growth — Rolls-Royce beats GE and Pratt & Whitney to win US Air Force's $2.6 billion contract for 650 F130 to re-engine 76 B-52 bombers — Prospects for Lockheed Martin-Airbus partnership to pursue the Air Force's “bridge” aerial tanker contract in the wake of Boeing problems with KC-46 Pegasus refueling jet — Analysis of the seven-second social media clip of what appears to be a model of a stealth aircraft on a flatbed truck at Lockheed Martin's electronics and radar cross section test facility in Helendale, Calif.

Relic of the Past
Chapter 223 - The Hog Riders

Relic of the Past

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 51:07


After discovering that this not the Vale of the Pegasus but is actually the Vale of the Pigasus, the party makes the best of things and tries to tame the fairy pigs to ride them up to the cloud castle and hilarity ensues! New to the podcast?  You can catch up to the whole story so far in our annual Story Up to Now episode! Let us know what you think!  Rate us on iTunes, email us at RelicofthePastPodcast@gmail.com, follow us @RelicofthePast on Twitter and @RelicofthePastPodcast on Facebook.  Articles and artwork are available at https://poolemedia.podbean.com/  Subscribe at your favorite podcatcher: iTunes Google Spotify PlayerFM Pandora

StarDate Podcast
The Little Horse

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 2:14


Pegasus, the flying horse, is climbing across the night sky. It's in the east as night falls. It's preceded by another horse, which is to the upper right of Pegasus. Equuleus is far smaller and less prominent than its equine cousin. In fact, of all the constellations passed down from the ancient world, it's by far the smallest — you can cover it with your palm held at arm's length. Unlike most ancient constellations, there's not much of a story associated with Equuleus. And as it's drawn in the sky, it's not even a full horse — only a head, which is outlined by a lopsided rectangle of four meager stars. The brightest of the four is Alpha Equulei, which actually is a pair of stars locked in a tight orbit around each other. Both stars are about twice as massive as the Sun, with one slightly heavier than the other. The difference in heft has made a big difference in the lives of the two stars. The heavier one has already ended its “normal” lifetime, and is entering one of its final stages. That's caused the star to puff up like a balloon. The smaller star is still in the prime of life. Yet as the bigger star puffs up, the surfaces of the two stars may get so close that the stars will swap some of their gases — altering the evolution of both stars. Equuleus is in the southeast at nightfall. It's below Delphinus, the dolphin — another small constellation, but one that's much easier to pick out.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

The CyberWire
Cyberattacks against a Russian rocket shop and the Port of Houston. As ransomware gangs increase activity, the US considers defenses. Pegasus found in French Ministers' phones. Meng heads home?

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 24:31


Someone is phishing for Russian rocketeers. The Port of Houston discloses a cyberattack, which the Port says it deflected before it had operational consequences. Ransomware gangs are up and active, and the US is considering mandatory reporting by victims as a defensive policy. Pegasus spyware is said to have been found in the phones of five French government ministers. Johannes Ullrich from the SANS Technology Institute on Attackers Hunting for Environment Variables. Our guest is Graeme Bunton of DNS Abuse Institute. And Huawei's Meng Wanzhou may soon be headed home from Vancouver. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/185

Decrypted Unscripted
Bill Marczak: Fellow at Citizen Lab/Co-Founder of Bahrain Watch | The Global Impact of International Spyware Abuses - Episode 33

Decrypted Unscripted

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 49:03


Bill Marczak joins David Biderman on Decrypted Unscripted to discuss why he focuses on nation-state use of big data analysis as well as more targeted surveillance. He tells the story of his work with Bahraini activist Ahmed Mansoor, how he determined he was being targeted by Pegasus spyware, and how that prompted Bill's subsequent work with Amnesty International. Bill also gives his tips on how to tell if your phone has been hacked and why it's so difficult to prevent. Bill is a senior research fellow at Citizen Lab, a co-founder of Bahrain Watch, and a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Berkeley. His work focuses on novel technological threats to internet freedom, including new censorship and surveillance tools, and his expertise is in internet scanning and conducting digital investigations. Coverage of his work has been featured in Vanity Fair, The New York Times, The Washington Post, on CNN, and on “Larry King Live.”https://citizenlab.ca/author/bmarczak/

The 443 - Security Simplified

This week on the podcast we discuss the recently patched zero-click vulnerability in iOS, macOS and WatchOS that researchers at TheCitizen Lab discovered while investigating NSO Group's Pegasus spyware. After that, we cover a vulnerability in the OMI Agent that comes automatically installed on all Azure Linux virtual machines. We finish by covering Microsoft's latest efforts to kill passwords for good.

PETPIX ACADEMY with Vasi Siedman
Erin, the kitty whisper & her furry family

PETPIX ACADEMY with Vasi Siedman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 31:55


Erin is a cat lady and cats are my life. She also loves invertebrates and reptiles. She has 10 cats: Vesper, Prometheus, Athena, Lazarus (girl), Leviticus, Astraea, Icarus (girl), Pegasus, Obadiah (girl), and Herculaneum. I have a gecko named Edgar and a tarantula named Moses (girl). Erin loves take almost every day photo and create art. Learn more about how you can take stunning photos simply using your camera or your phone.Connect with Erin:IG: @prometheus_the_catFB group: Promo's Pride for animal lovers Pridehttps://www.facebook.com/groups/582193362945867EXCITING NEWS: SAVE THE DATE!! SEPTEMBER 28th⭐️GET OUR FREE PET PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE: www.petpixacademy.com

Sci-Fi 5
Battlestar Galactica "Pegasus" - September 23, 2005

Sci-Fi 5

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 5:01


On this day in 2005, Ronald D. Moore's Battlestar Galactica revisited an important plot line from the original series. Hear how "Pegasus" reinvented the Cain character and the dark twists the new story took. CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains references to sexual assault. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Ashely Thomas Hosted by Earl Green Music by Devin Curry

The Roddenberry Podcast Network
SciFi5: Battlestar Galactica "Pegasus" - September 23, 2005

The Roddenberry Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 5:01


On this day in 2005, Ronald D. Moore's Battlestar Galactica revisited an important plot line from the original series. Hear how "Pegasus" reinvented the Cain character and the dark twists the new story took. CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains references to sexual assault. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Ashely Thomas Hosted by Earl Green Music by Devin Curry

Relic of the Past
Chapter 222 - When Pigs Fly

Relic of the Past

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 64:09


The party heads up into the mountains to find the elusive Vale of the Pegasus.  Unfortunately, October isn't the best time to year to be climbing the heights!  Hopefully with their unfailing ranger guide and their guest druid, they can win through the elements to their prize.  If they do however, they will find something not at all what they sought!   New to the podcast?  You can catch up to the whole story so far in our annual Story Up to Now episode! Let us know what you think!  Rate us on iTunes, email us at RelicofthePastPodcast@gmail.com, follow us @RelicofthePast on Twitter and @RelicofthePastPodcast on Facebook.  Articles and artwork are available at https://poolemedia.podbean.com/  Subscribe at your favorite podcatcher: iTunes Google Spotify PlayerFM Pandora

More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice

We fact check on our start at 360iDev and follow up on Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID, and tech giants planning to make their own chips. Apple releases iOS 14.6 and macOS 11.6 to prevent the Pegasus spyware gateway. We discuss Alvy Ray Smith the genius who helped make Pixar possible. We review Apple's Califironia Streaming iPhone event and new items announced. Picks: Apple CloudKit samples, Xcodes: The best command-line tool to install and switch between multiple versions of Xcode, Draw Yourself as a Peanuts Character in Pages with a Snoopy Artist, Nomad Sculpt.

Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast
#97: Lift Off! (Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying DarkHorse Livestream)

Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 85:36


In this 97th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens.In this episode, we discuss the epilogue of A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century, which includes mention of the precautionary principle, not gaming good systems, the Golden Rule, society's obligations to us, and more. We talk about Pegasus spyware. We discuss lessons learned and topics covered in recent media about the book: on not being cancellable, on the value of sometimes going it alone, on why we need to save Enlightenment values, but may not be able to save the current institutions of higher ed. And we talk about how our book is doing in the marketplace, and what it means about legacy media vs upstart media.Get your Goliath shirts right here: store.darkhorsepodcast.orgHeather's newsletter, Natural Selections (subscribe to get free weekly essays in your inbox): https://naturalselections.substack.comSupport the sponsors of this show:MDHearingAid.com: Use promo code DARKHORSE to receive a significant discount off your order of already inexpensive, high-quality hearing aids, plus receive a free extra charging case. Or call 1-833-772-1392.Four Sigmatic: Delicious mushroom coffee made with both real coffee and two species of mushrooms. Up to 40% off and free shipping at Foursigmatic.com/DARKHORSE. Public Goods: Get $15 off your first order at Public Goods, your new everything store, at https://www.publicgoods.com/darkhorse or with code DARKHORSE at checkout.Our book, A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century, is now available for pre-sale at amazon. Publication date: 9-14-21: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0593086880/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_5BDTABYFKRJKZBT5GSQAhttp://huntergatherersguide.com/DarkHorse merchandise now available at: store.darkhorsepodcast.orgFind more from us on Bret's website (https://bretweinstein.net) or Heather's website (http://heatherheying.com).Become a member of the DarkHorse LiveStreams, and get access to an additional Q&A livestream every month. Join at Heather's Patreon.Like this content? Subscribe to the channel, like this video, follow us on twitter (@BretWeinstein, @HeatherEHeying), and consider helping us out by contributing to either of our Patreons or Bret's Paypal.Looking for clips from #DarkHorseLivestreams? Here are some, updated frequently: @DarkHorse Podcast ClipsTheme Music: Thank you to Martin Molin of Wintergatan for providing us the rights to use their excellent music.Q&A Link: https://youtu.be/i8jl-t_Er_4Mentioned in this episode:A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century: https://huntergatherersguide.comThe Michael Shermer Show, #209: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3km3z84iE7UqDVVfPFipgb?si=oIQy2-jQSKy5w2LNWbOHcA&dl_branch=1 The Jim Rutt Show, #141: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6NhL9qmbGy0reBxSrhTTJC?si=hYzZt9fgQB2oEEzdSkRneg&dl_branch=1 TRIGGERnometry, live show with B&H: https://open.spotify.com/episode/0mX7dHh6idI2sZcS4Gvox1?si=IsqEPrM1QnGpO5YNphUPrw&dl_branch=1 The Glenn Beck Program, #117: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4KZ72JOkcKmSj0x44gzLZC?si=O7ne52S2R3Ou9fDFGl6zaw&dl_branch=1Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bretweinstein)

Infinitum
Ne bih da dosipam so na ranu, ali ...

Infinitum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 97:26


Ep 165Miroslav Petrović o detaljima poslednjeg objavljenog servisnog programa za iPhone 12BBEdit 14: It wasn't just about the money - Mac Admins PodcastNa 55:09 Rich priča o Electron aplikacijama i da li bi ga koristio da napravi BBEdit za WindowsFord poaches Doug Field from Apple, executive was leading the 'Apple Car' project — MDNMicrosoft says Windows on ARM will not support Apple Silicon Macs — MDNIntuit to buy Mailchimp for $12 billion — AxiosLegalEpic v. Apple: Judge rules Apple must allow apps to offer other payment methods. The ruling in this landmark case could change the App Store forever.TheVerge: Court issues permanent injunction in Epic v. Apple casePanzarino: Imagine a world where Apple had introduced a Stripe partnership a year agoRyan Jones: Holy shit. Every single app is going to replace IAP with Apple Pay + Stripe.Sam Gerstenzang:Uh, now's probably a good time to share that I'm hiring a senior/lead PM to lead mobile payments at Stripe.Benedict Evans: Reminder - the EU's Spotify case started before Epic, and the EU has already effectively decided in favour of Spotify - we just don't know the remedy. It could go further than today's ruling.Ryan Jones:We knew the App Store is really a Game Store, but… 98% of all IAP revenue comes from games.Stratechery:The Apple v. Epic DecisionMarco Arment: Future of the App StoreFrans Rosén @fransrosenI found some permission issues when hacking Apple CloudKit. I wrote about three of them @detectify labs, one where I accidentally deleted all shared Apple Shortcuts.John Scott-Railton:We caught a zero-click, zero day iMessage exploit used by NSO Group's Pegasus spyware.Target? Saudi activist.Pro-privacy protestors nationwide rally to tell Apple: "Don't scan our iPhones!"Sep 2021 eventApple's September 14, 2021 Keynote: By the Numbers — MacStoriesApple unveils new iPad mini with breakthrough performance in stunning new designApple's most popular iPad delivers even more performance and advanced featuresApple introduces iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 miniApple unveils iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max — more pro than ever beforeEvolution.Apple reveals Apple Watch Series 7, featuring the largest, most advanced displayiOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15 Will Be Released On September 20Apple CPU Gains Grind To A Halt And The Future Looks Dim As The Impact From The CPU Engineer Exodus To Nuvia And Rivos Starts To Bleed InRyan Gray: How I would have named the new iPad lineupIn memoriamthe Guardian:Home computing pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair dies aged 81Zvono:Otišao je Clive Marles Sinclair, tvorac legendarnog računala SpectrumAlan Sugar: Kako je Amstrad kupio Sinclair ResearchOnline ZX Spectrum emulator u JavaScriptuZahvalniceSnimljeno 18.9.2021.Uvodna muzika by Vladimir Tošić, stari sajt je ovde.Logotip by Aleksandra IlićArtwork episodeObojena tajna/Colored Secret2011.ulje na platnu/oil on canvas50 x 40 cmby Saša Montiljo, njegov kutak na Devianartu.

MacVoices Video
MacVoices #21175: MacVoices Live! - Movie Making, Apple Watch 7, and an Urgent Security Update (3)

MacVoices Video

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 41:06


Our discussion of the Apple “California Streaming” event wraps up as the panel continues to argue about who wants to make movies before moving on to the Apple Watch 7. Guy Serle, David Ginsburg, Jim Rea, Kelly Guimont, Andrew Orr, Mike Schmitz, and Brittany Smith discuss the dust resistance claim, express frustration with Apple's position on watch face creation, and the availability of the Series 3. The wrap-up includes the urgent upgrades Apple release to combat Pegasus, and how they might avoid future problems. (3) MacVoices Magazine, our free magazine on Flipboard, helps you do more with your Apple tech. David Ginsburg is the host of the weekly podcast In Touch With iOS where he discusses all things iOS, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and related technologies. He is an IT professional supporting Mac, iOS and Windows users. He is also President of the Suburban Chicago Apple Users Group. Visit his YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/daveg65 and find and follow him on Twitter @daveg65. Kelly Guimont is a podcaster and friend of the Rebel Alliance. She hosts the Daily Observations Podcast at MacObserver.com, and appears on The Incomparable network as well as hosts I Want My M(CU) TV. You can also hear her on The Aftershow with Mike Rose, and she still has more to say which she saves for Twitter. Andrew Orr is a freelance writer and amateur photographer. He loves Apple products and enjoys writing and sharing all things tech. When he's not writing about Apple, you can often find him snapping photos with his iPhone. Read what he writes at The Mac Observer, and follow him on Twitter. Jim Rea has been an independent Mac developer continuously since 1984. He is the founder of ProVUE Development, and the author of Panorama X, ProVUE's ultra fast RAM based database software for the macOS platform. Follow Jim at provue.com and via @provuejim on Twitter. Brittany Smith is a cognitive neuroscientist who provides a variety of consulting services through her business, Devise and Conquer that includes ADD/ADHD coaching, technology coaching, productivity consulting, and more. She is a self-designated “well-rounded geek”, and holds a M.S. degree in Cognitive Neuroscience. She can be found on Twitter as @addliberator. Check out her latest project, a YouTube channel of tech tips. Mike Schmitz is an Apple fanboy, coffee snob, and productivity junkie who is intent on teaching people how to be more productive. His newest effort is He is the Executive Editor for The Sweet Setup, a site dedicated to reviewing and recommending the very best Mac and iOS apps, and is the creator of FaithBasedProductivity, where he teaches his personal approach to getting more done. Mike lives in Wisconsin with his wife and 4 crazy boys and is the author of Thou Shalt Hustle. He is also the co-host of the Bookworm podcast and (probably) spends too much time on Twitter. You can find all his projects on his personal web site, MikeSchmitz.com, including his new podcast with his wife Rachel at IntentionalFamily.fm. Follow him on Twitter as _MikeSchmitz. Guy Serle, best known for being one of the co-hosts of the MyMac Podcast, sincerely apologizes for anything he has done or caused to have happened while in possession of dangerous podcasting equipment. He should know better but being a blonde from Florida means he's probably incapable of understanding the damage he has wrought. Guy is also the author of the novel, The Maltese Cube. You can follow his exploits on Twitter, catch him on Mac to the Future on Facebook, and find everything at VertShark.com.

The Checklist by SecureMac
Checklist 247 - Grounding Pegasus

The Checklist by SecureMac

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 17:15


This week, The Checklist looks at software updates for every bit of Apple gear aimed at plugging the vulnerability exploited by NSO Group's Pegasus spyware. Plus - Apple's 80-minute media event features about one-minute on Privacy and Security. We'll ponder why on Checklist No. 247, brought to you by SecureMac.   Give it a listen, and please tell friend about this show!   Don't forget to check out our show notes:  SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Checklist@Securemac.com

Relay FM Master Feed
Rocket 351: Holding Ourselves Accountable...

Relay FM Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 59:22


It's yet another Apple Event week here on Rocket, but a weirdly subdued one? Can Apple impress us with its new iPhones and its fancy rack focus camera feature? What about Brianna's long-awaited iPad Mini update? And will anyone, anyone at all be getting a new iPhone this year? Then, in our second story, Apple has patched the flaw that allowed the Pegasus exploit to get access to users' phones, and in our dessert, Nicki Minaj's cousin's friend's testicles. Yeah. Find out what Twitter is ALL aflutter about on this sleep-deprived episode of Rocket!

Rocket
351: Holding Ourselves Accountable...

Rocket

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 59:22


It's yet another Apple Event week here on Rocket, but a weirdly subdued one? Can Apple impress us with its new iPhones and its fancy rack focus camera feature? What about Brianna's long-awaited iPad Mini update? And will anyone, anyone at all be getting a new iPhone this year? Then, in our second story, Apple has patched the flaw that allowed the Pegasus exploit to get access to users' phones, and in our dessert, Nicki Minaj's cousin's friend's testicles. Yeah. Find out what Twitter is ALL aflutter about on this sleep-deprived episode of Rocket!

Breaking the Sound Barrier by Amy Goodman
The Spy Who Came in Through Your Phone

Breaking the Sound Barrier by Amy Goodman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021


By Amy Goodman & Denis Moynihan Without a ban on Pegasus and spyware like it, human rights defenders, journalists and others will continue to be targeted, spied on, beaten, arrested and killed.

Democracy Now! Audio
Democracy Now! 2021-09-15 Wednesday

Democracy Now! Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 59:00


California voters vote no in the Republican-led recall election targeting Governor Gavin Newsom; A U.S. drone strike in Kabul that the Pentagon claimed took out an ISIS-K militant appears to have only killed civilians; Counting the undocumented immigrants who died on 9/11; Apple releases an emergency software update to fix a flaw exploited by NSO Group's Pegasus spyware. Get Democracy Now! delivered right to your inbox. Sign up for the Daily Digest: democracynow.org/subscribe

Democracy Now! Audio
A Spy in Your Pocket: How Phone Hacking by Mercenary Spyware Firms Threaten Global Privacy

Democracy Now! Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021


In Part 2 of our interview with Ronald Deibert, director of Citizen Lab, he describes how they discovered a massive security flaw that was being exploited by the Israeli-based NSO Group to infect Apple iPhones and other devices with its Pegasus spyware.

Democracy Now! Video
Democracy Now! 2021-09-15 Wednesday

Democracy Now! Video

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 59:00


California voters vote no in the Republican-led recall election targeting Governor Gavin Newsom; A U.S. drone strike in Kabul that the Pentagon claimed took out an ISIS-K militant appears to have only killed civilians; Counting the undocumented immigrants who died on 9/11; Apple releases an emergency software update to fix a flaw exploited by NSO Group's Pegasus spyware. Get Democracy Now! delivered right to your inbox. Sign up for the Daily Digest: democracynow.org/subscribe

Democracy Now! Video
A Spy in Your Pocket: How Phone Hacking by Mercenary Spyware Firms Threaten Global Privacy

Democracy Now! Video

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021


In Part 2 of our interview with Ronald Deibert, director of Citizen Lab, he describes how they discovered a massive security flaw that was being exploited by the Israeli-based NSO Group to infect Apple iPhones and other devices with its Pegasus spyware.

The CyberWire
NSO Group's Pegasus was installed in a zero-click exploit: iOS users should patch. Vermillion Strike hits Linux systems. Enforcing the law against cybercrime.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 22:32


Citizen Lab finds, and Apple patches, a zero-day used for zero-click installation of Pegasus spyware. A Cobalt Strike beacon has been turned to cyberespionage use against Linux targets. The Russian government could, it seems, take action against cybercrime, but its will-to-enforcement seems to be inconsistent. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS with more on Apple's CSAM controversy, our guest is Mel Shakir from Dreamit Ventures on selling to CISOs, and their customer sprints. REvil makes nice with grumpy affiliates. And criminals' commitment to the common good seems weak. That's not a surprise, is it? For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/177

Paul's Security Weekly
REvil Redux, Pegasus Patch, Meris Botnet, Litecoin's Fraudulent Gains, & Sinan Eren - SWN #149

Paul's Security Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 27:46


This week in the Security News: Pegasus, Revil Redux, WooCommerce, Kaspersky reports, Meris, workers going around security, & litecoin. All this and Sinan Eren from Barracuda Networks joins to discuss the HP Wolf Security Rebellions & Rejections report, a study highlighting the tension between IT teams and employees working from home (WFH) that security leaders must resolve to secure the future of work!   Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn149 Segment Resources: https://www.zdnet.com/article/it-leaders-facing-backlash-from-remote-workers-over-cybersecurity-measures-hp-study/ https://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/96074-91-of-it-teams-feel-pressure-to-compromise-security   Visit https://securityweekly.com/barracuda to learn more about them! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
Apple says update your devices now

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 21:57


Apple’s security impermeability has been shattered to pieces. Today, Apple issued an emergency software update for its products after researchers discovered devices could be infected with the highly invasive Pegasus software without a single click. We’ll explain what that means for your security. Plus, “Shipageddon” will be with us until 2022, and we discuss a few science-related stories you might’ve missed, including one about baby cows being potty-trained. And finally, one of the fashion industry’s biggest parties is making us smile (#metgala). Here’s everything we talked about today: “Apple Issues Emergency Security Updates to Close a Spyware Flaw” from The New York Times “U.S. Ports See Shipping Logjams Likely Extending Far Into 2022” from The Wall Street Journal “Supply chain crisis will leave permanent scar, UPS warns” from The Financial Times “Courting moderates, House Democrats stop short of proposing the most aggressive plans to tax the rich” from The New York Times “Scientists Claim Overeating Is Not the Primary Cause of Obesity — Point to More Effective Weight Loss Strategies” from SciTech Daily David Leonhardt op-ed about his month without sugar “For a livable future, 60% of oil and gas must stay in the ground” from Grist “Meat accounts for nearly 60% of all greenhouse gases from food production, study finds” from The Guardian A tweet thread from U.S. Rep. Katie Porter “The Real Reason Workers Want to Stay Remote: 75% Can’t Leave Their Pandemic Pets Behind” from Digital.com “Scientists Are Toilet-Training Baby Cows to Cut Emissions” from Bloomberg #MetGala  Give now to support the show you love and to get the “Make Me Smart” banana pants and ringtones! Marketplace.org/givesmart.

Marketplace All-in-One
Apple says update your devices now

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 21:57


Apple’s security impermeability has been shattered to pieces. Today, Apple issued an emergency software update for its products after researchers discovered devices could be infected with the highly invasive Pegasus software without a single click. We’ll explain what that means for your security. Plus, “Shipageddon” will be with us until 2022, and we discuss a few science-related stories you might’ve missed, including one about baby cows being potty-trained. And finally, one of the fashion industry’s biggest parties is making us smile (#metgala). Here’s everything we talked about today: “Apple Issues Emergency Security Updates to Close a Spyware Flaw” from The New York Times “U.S. Ports See Shipping Logjams Likely Extending Far Into 2022” from The Wall Street Journal “Supply chain crisis will leave permanent scar, UPS warns” from The Financial Times “Courting moderates, House Democrats stop short of proposing the most aggressive plans to tax the rich” from The New York Times “Scientists Claim Overeating Is Not the Primary Cause of Obesity — Point to More Effective Weight Loss Strategies” from SciTech Daily David Leonhardt op-ed about his month without sugar “For a livable future, 60% of oil and gas must stay in the ground” from Grist “Meat accounts for nearly 60% of all greenhouse gases from food production, study finds” from The Guardian A tweet thread from U.S. Rep. Katie Porter “The Real Reason Workers Want to Stay Remote: 75% Can’t Leave Their Pandemic Pets Behind” from Digital.com “Scientists Are Toilet-Training Baby Cows to Cut Emissions” from Bloomberg #MetGala  Give now to support the show you love and to get the “Make Me Smart” banana pants and ringtones! Marketplace.org/givesmart.

The CyberWire
A threat from Ragnar Locker. GhostWriter in the Bundestag. BKA bought Pegasus. Taliban sifts data for potential opponents. France-Visas hacked. Modified apps. Privacy notes. A TrickBot arrest.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 26:03


No spectacular flurry of Labor Day ransomware, but Ragnar Locker threatens its victims. Berlin complains to Moscow about GhostWriter. Another Pegasus customer is disclosed. The Taliban is searching for data on potential domestic opponents. France-Visas hacked. Modified apps in circulation. Joe Carrigan unpacks a Covid based phishing scam. Carole Theriault weighs in on the ransomware pay-or-do-not-pay discussion. ProtonMail answers a warrant, Apple delays CSAM screening, and an alleged TrickBot coder is arrested. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/172

Darknet Diaries
100: NSO

Darknet Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 72:25


The NSO Group creates a spyware called Pegasus which gives someone access to the data on a mobile phone. They sell this spyware to government agencies around the world. How is it used and what kind of company is the NSO Group? Thanks to John Scott-Railton and Citizen Lab for investigating this and sharing their research. Sponsors Support for this show comes from Detectify. Try their web vulnerability scanner free. Go to https://detectify.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=DARKNET Support for this show comes from Ping Identity, champions of identity for the global enterprise. Give your users a loveable login solution. Visit www.pingidentity.com/. Support for this show comes from Blinkist. They offer thousands of condensed non-fiction books, so you can get through books in about 15 minutes. Check out Blinkist.com/DARKNET to start your 7 day free trial and get 25% off when you sign up. For a full list of sources used in this episode and complete transcripts visit https://darknetdiaries.com.