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Komando On Demand
Home security mistakes, spot spyware, how tech ages you

Komando On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 39:39 Very Popular


Plus, how to boost cell coverage, the best way to trade or sell old phones, airline passenger airdrops nudes, home remodel tips and my smart advice for callers like you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

How Did We Miss That? by IndependentLeft.news / Leftists.today / IndependentLeft.media
#64: CIA Spyware: Psiphon | ChatGPT Bias in Hunter Biden Laptop Article | #RailroadStrike: What Now? | Reviewing #TwitterFiles 5-9 | How Did We Miss That

How Did We Miss That? by IndependentLeft.news / Leftists.today / IndependentLeft.media

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 120:48


Story 1- Railroad Strike that Wasn't - What Now? 115,000 Railroad Workers Lost Their Right To Strike: What Happened?: Keely Mullen, Socialist Alternative Story 2- Another CIA Spyware to Know About - Psiphon Beware Psiphon, CIA Tool Fueling Global Protests: Kit Klarenberg Story 3- Indie Finds ChatGPT AI Bias in Hunter Biden Twitter Censorship Article Hunter Biden Laptop, Social Media, Censorship & AI ChatBots - Let's Have Some Fun!: Indie Media Today Story 4- More TwitterFiles THE TWITTER FILES, PART SIX: TWITTER, THE FBI SUBSIDIARY: Matt Taibbi Twitter Files Supplemental: Matt Taibbi TWITTER FILES: PART 7: The FBI & the Hunter Biden Laptop: Michael Shellenberger TWITTER FILES PART 8: *How Twitter Quietly Aided the Pentagon's Covert Online PsyOp Campaign*: Lee Fang, The Intercept The Twitter Files: TWITTER AND "OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES": Matt Taibbi https://twitter.com/Leftylockdowns1/status/1606694962153807872?s=20&t=IwX1nAI1EwtXnIigbfrP2w Originally recorded during the 12/26/22 Episode of How Did We Miss That?, found here: Rokfin: https://rokfin.com/stream/27496 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xtKqa6_-eU Rumble: https://rumble.com/v22f222-cia-spyware-chatgpt-bias-railroadstrike-what-now-twitterfiles-5-9-how-did-w.html Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/5761095877307785 How Did We Miss That? features articles written by independent journalists who expose corruption, cover the growing labor movement & challenge establishment narratives & talking points. We stream LIVE Sunday nights at 10pm ET / 7pm PT on YouTube, ROKFIN, Rumble, Twitch, Facebook, Twitter & Telegram, reviewing a few BIG stories we haven't seen covered much in our independent media world. co-Host Indie is the Founder & Editor of Indie Left News @indleftnews & Indie Media Today Substack @IndieMediaToday. co-host Reef Breland is also INN's Technical Director, creator of INN News & Reefer After Dark.

Transatlantic Cable Podcast
The Transatlantic Cable Podcast #280

Transatlantic Cable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 42:09


The final episode of the year brings some pretty big stories for the Transatlantic Cable team. Kicking off this week, discussion starts with a troubling story about democracies and spyware – in particular, how others are leveraging the malicious software to try to subvert democratic countries. Moving from that, the team look at the big news of the week, with word that Twitter users have voted to remove Elon Musk as CEO of the troubled social network. However, even if he is removed as owner, he'll still have overall sway of what goes on the network.   From there, discussion moves to security vulnerabilities in BrickLink – Lego's official second-hand and vintage marketplace for LEGO bricks. According to Bleeping Computer, a vulnerability could have, “allowed an attacker to take over members' accounts, access and steal personally identifiable information (PII) stored on the platform, or even gain access to internal production data and compromise internal servers.” Thankfully, the flaws have since been fixed. To wrap up, the team discuss a recent story about Epic Games – which has recently been fined $520 million (yes, half a BILLION dollars) for privacy violations, and what the FTC calls “dark patterns,” in order to “trick millions of gamers into making unintentional purchases.” If you liked what you heard, please do consider subscribing. Spyware's threat to democracies Twitter users voted Elon Musk out. But CEO or not, he'll still call the shots LEGO BrickLink bugs let hackers hijack accounts, breach servers Epic Games to pay $520 million for privacy violations, dark patterns

SARCASM MAYBE 007
GetTor Telegram bot, Someone is tricking Chinese YouTube users with a spyware version of the Tor Browser

SARCASM MAYBE 007

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 3:07


Tore Says Show
Thu 15 Dec: Spyware Tech - Q Inc. - Hammer Time - NRO's Pegasus - Titan Battles - Historic IBOR - Lawless Systems

Tore Says Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 162:19


The spyware, illegal surveillance, peoples rights and the war on Trump all got combined. Jan 6th 2023 will be a big deal. Reclaiming rights on the internet gets a big push. NSO and the WhatsApp fight. Remember, everything has been pre-planned. Patriot banks are forming. Understanding the real flood that changed the world. Old and new media mimics old and new Gods. The Battles of Ragnorak and symbology thru the ages. Deadly dances and burning swords. Pegasus operates in 45 countries. Private contractor immunity now being questioned. Phone spyware and why no one wants to mention Israel. The big upcoming schedule of SCOTUS. Connections between Flynn and Khashoggi. Legal targeting of private coms and the FSIA. Q info is flushing out hidden agents. It's either enemy global dominance or real digital privacy. Let's hope the United States Supreme Court will break our invisible chains. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Hablemos de Derecho Internacional (HDI)
#100: Silas García - Pegasus y el Ciberespionaje

Hablemos de Derecho Internacional (HDI)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 45:04


En este episodio Edgardo Sobenes conversa con Silas García acerca de Pegasus y la vigilancia digital. Silas inicia el episodio clarificando lo que es Pegasus y la empresa detrás de su fabricación y desarrollo. Aclara las diferencias entre malware, virus, gusanos, spyware, troyanos, y ransomware. De forma detallada nos explica como los dispositivos son infectados por Pegasus, como advertir su infección, como desinstalarlo y como afecta la privacidad e información confidencial de la población. Expone la fragilidad de la seguridad frente al ciberespionaje y se refiere a la seguridad de otras aplicaciones como Telegram, Signal y Whatssap. Nos habla sobre los objetivos comunes de Pegasus y los Estados que contratan el servicio. Nos brinda ejemplos de políticos, activistas, periodistas y otras personas de interés que han sido intervenidos y vigilados con Pegasus. Nos comenta sobre los más de 45 países donde se ha utilizado el spyware, entre ellos, Marruecos, Qatar, Yemen, Emiratos Árabes Unidos, Baréin, Francia, y España. Finaliza abordando el futuro del uso de tecnologías invasivas y los actores responsables.Membresía del Podcast (https://www.hablemosdi.com/contenido-premium)Acerca Silas GarcíaEs graduado en ciencias políticas, estudio un postgrado sobre seguridad y defensa en el Instituto Universitario Gutiérrez Mellado y escribe para la revista Ejércitos en su sección de ciberdefensa. Twitter: @silascia Support the showAdquiere aquí el libro " Hablemos de Derecho Internacional Volumen I" https://www.hablemosdi.com/libros

TechStuff
Tech News: US Senate Takes Stand Against TikTok

TechStuff

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 38:53


Senators voted to ban federal employees from loading TikTok on government-owned devices -- the vote now goes to the US House of Representatives. Plus Sam Bankman-Friend could face more than a century in jail if convicted. And Twitter stopped paying rent on its office space?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Caffe 2.0
2663 Pegasus lo spyware di Stato zero click

Caffe 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 3:58


Usato in Grecia e Spagna e contro l'Europa. Contro partiti, giornalisti, attivisti. Prodotto da una azienda Israeliana, promette e ci infetta. Con tanta intelligenza e usando tante tecniche e tante informazioni.

Cyber Security Headlines
India leaks expat passport info, Cloudflare expands free security tools, Greece outlaws spyware

Cyber Security Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 5:59


India's foreign ministry leaks passport details Cloudflare Zero Trust suite available to at-risk groups Greece outlaws spyware Thanks to this week's episode sponsor, Fortra The cybersecurity landscape is full of single-solution providers, making it easy for unexpected cyberthreats to sneak through the cracks. That's why Fortra is creating a stronger, simpler strategy for protection. One that increases your security maturity while decreasing the operational burden that comes with it. Fortra's integrated, scalable solutions help customers face their toughest challenges with confidence. Learn more at Fortra.com.

FT News Briefing
Spyware maker NSO hopes for a comeback

FT News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 9:08


Environmental group Greenpeace has started legal proceedings against the UK government to try and block new North Sea oil and gas exploration licences, European oil companies are attracting US investors who view them as cheap compared to American energy stocks, and Pegasus spyware maker NSO Group is betting that victory by Benjamin Netanyahu will restore its fortunes.Mentioned in this podcast:UK oil and gas licensing faces legal challenge from environment groupsUS fund managers cross Atlantic to buy European oil stocksIsrael's NSO bets its future on Netanyahu's comebackThe FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon, Sonja Hutson and Marc Filippino. The show's editor is Jess Smith. Additional help by Peter Barber, Michael Lello, David da Silva and Gavin Kallmann. Topher Forhecz is the FT's executive producer. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music.Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Craig Peterson's Tech Talk
Slave Labor in China - Apple Moves Out - Spyware posing as VPN apps - Darknet markets generate millions in revenue by selling stolen personal data - Voice-scamming site “iSpoof” seized

Craig Peterson's Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 42:47


Craig Peterson  Insider Show NotesDecember 5 to December 11, 2022 China… Apple Makes Plans to Move Production Out of China https://www.wsj.com/articles/apple-china-factory-protests-foxconn-manufacturing-production-supply-chain-11670023099 In recent weeks, Apple Inc. has accelerated plans to shift some of its production outside China, long the dominant country in the supply chain that built the world's most valuable company, say people involved in the discussions. It is telling suppliers to plan more actively for assembling Apple products elsewhere in Asia, particularly India and Vietnam, they say and looking to reduce dependence on Taiwanese assemblers led by Foxconn Technology Group. After a year of events that weakened China's status as a stable manufacturing center, the upheaval means Apple no longer feels comfortable having so much of its business tied up in one place, according to analysts and people in the Apple supply chain. Cybercrime… Spyware posing as VPN apps https://www.welivesecurity.com/videos/spyware-posing-vpn-apps-week-security-tony-anscombe/ Bahamut APT group targets Android users via trojanized versions of two legitimate VPN apps – SoftVPN and OpenVPN. Since January 2022, Bahamut has distributed at least eight malicious apps to pilfer sensitive user data and actively spy on victims' messaging apps. These apps were never available for download from Google Play; instead, they were distributed through a fake SecureVPN website. ++++++++ Darknet markets generate millions in revenue by selling stolen personal data https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2022/12/darknet-markets-generate-millions-in-revenue-selling-stolen-personal-data/ Stolen data products flow through a supply chain consisting of producers, wholesalers, and consumers.  The stolen data supply chain begins with producers—hackers who exploit vulnerable systems and steal sensitive information such as credit card numbers, bank account information, and Social Security numbers. Next, the stolen data is advertised by wholesalers and distributors who sell the data. Finally, the data is purchased by consumers who use it to commit various forms of fraud, including fraudulent credit card transactions, identity theft, and phishing attacks. ++++++++ Voice-scamming site “iSpoof” seized, 100s arrested in a massive crackdown https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2022/11/25/voice-scamming-site-ispoof-seized-100s-arrested-in-massive-crackdown/ Whether you call it Caller ID or CLI, it's no more use in identifying the caller's actual phone number than the “From:” header in an email is in identifying the sender of an email. As a cybersecurity measure to help you identify callers you do trust, [Caller-ID] has an extreme false negative problem, meaning that if a call pops up from Dad, or Auntie Gladys, or perhaps more significantly, from Your Bank… …then there's a significant risk that it's a scam call that's deliberately been manipulated to get past your “do I know the caller?” test. ++++++++ U.S. Govt. Apps Bundled Russian Code With Ties to Mobile Malware Developer https://krebsonsecurity.com/2022/11/u-s-govt-apps-bundled-russian-code-with-ties-to-mobile-malware-developer/ A recent scoop by Reuters revealed that mobile apps for the U.S. Army and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) were integrating software that sends visitor data to a Russian company called Pushwoosh, which claims to be based in the United States. But that story omitted a crucial historical detail about Pushwoosh: In 2013, one of its developers admitted to authoring the Pincer Trojan, malware designed to intercept and forward text messages from Android mobile devices surreptitiously. Reuters also learned that the company's address in California does not exist and that two LinkedIn accounts for Pushwoosh employees in Washington, D.C. were fake. Android… Samsung's Android app-signing key has leaked and is being used to sign malware https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2022/12/samsungs-android-app-signing-key-has-leaked-is-being-used-to-sign-malware/ A developer's cryptographic signing key is one of the major linchpins of Android security. Any time Android updates an app, the old app's signing key on your phone must match the key of the update you're installing. If a developer's signing key leaked, anyone could distribute malicious app updates, and Android would happily install them, thinking they are legit. On Android, the app-updating process isn't just for apps downloaded from an app store; you can also update bundled-in system apps made by Google, your device manufacturer, and any other bundled apps. ZeroTrust… Cloud security starts with zero trust https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2022/11/28/cloud-zero-trust/ Most organizations have outdated security systems that are generally based on-premises. These outdated systems often add an extra layer of complexity to shifting to the cloud, but this complexity does not mean organizations should hold off on this shift.

KnowTechTalk
Ep. 84 – How To Keep Your Computer Safe From Crippling Pop-ups, Viruses, Spyware, & Spam, While Avoiding Expensive IT Bills? With Eddie Phillips of Malwarebytes

KnowTechTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 18:07


What is Malware? Do you constantly get hammered by pop-up ads that come from nowhere and infuriate you when using your computer? Does your computer run slow, act funny, or crash unexpectedly? Are you getting tons of spam from unknown senders? Did your internet browser suddenly change? If so, then your computer might be infected with malicious programs that could end up destroying your files, stealing your personal and financial information, and rendering your computer useless. It's all true. Cyber criminals lurk everywhere and are constantly finding new ways to harm you. If you want to make sure you aren't their next victim, listen up. Joining Barb is Eddie Phillips of Malwarebytes. 0:00 – Barb's Introduction 2:04 – Who are Eddie Phillips and Malwarebytes? 4:48 – How does Malwarebytes help small business owners protect and preserve their company's critical data? 6:55 – How do you distinguish the difference between malware and a virus? 9:04 – How are endpoint detection and response and managed detection and response services that are delivered by MSPs and IT companies different from off-the-shelf solutions? 15:23 – What is the most important thing Eddie has ever learned? This podcast has been brought to you by CDNTechnologies.com. Canada's first and only certified outsourced IT Company where we provide IT Service, IT Support and Cyber Security to businesses all throughout North America from out worldwide headquarters in Oakville, Ontario. Technology and threats change daily, so shift the stress of managing your technology to us, as we're direct to tech 24/7/365. Our mission is to bring you User Friendly, Hands Free, Technology Peace. Call us at 905-542-9759.

PEBCAK Podcast: Information Security News by Some All Around Good People
Episode 89 - Zeppelin Ransomware Shuts Down, US FBI Buys Pegasus Spyware, Companies Launch Subscriptions for Already Purchased Items, How the Hosts Met, BlockFi Declares Bankruptcy

PEBCAK Podcast: Information Security News by Some All Around Good People

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022


Welcome to this week's episode of the PEBCAK Podcast! We've got four amazing stories this week so sit back, relax, and keep being awesome! Be sure to stick around for our Dad Joke of the Week. (DJOW) Follow us on Instagram @pebcakpodcast PEBCAK - Acronym of “problem exists between chair and keyboard.” Follow me on Mastodon: https://infosec.exchange/@Clouie

The Afterword: A Conversation About the Future of Words
The Afterword on Cyber Saftey RERELEASE

The Afterword: A Conversation About the Future of Words

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 36:24


 There are so many advancements in technology, yet it's hard to keep up with the latest cyber threats on our personal devices, businesses and governments. Each day it seems like there is something new we need that we need to know. Keeping safe in the metaverse is important and we had the opportunity to talk about cyber security with Andrew Bustamante, a former covert CIA intelligence officer and Fortune 10 corporate advisor. We are re-releasing this vital conversation as we end this season.

WIRED Security: News, Advice, and More
Google Moves to Block Invasive Spanish Spyware Framework

WIRED Security: News, Advice, and More

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 3:59


The “Heliconia” hacking tool exploited vulnerabilities in Chrome, Windows Defender, and Firefox, according to company security researchers.

TechStuff
Tech News: US Defense Contractors Flunk Basic Cybersecurity

TechStuff

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 32:21


Cybersecurity researchers find that only 13% of defense contractors in the US pass a basic set of cybersecurity regulations. Elon Musk wants to put a chip in someone's brain within six months. And could hydrogen fuel your next trip on a jet?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cyber Security Headlines
White House targeted, Google links spyware, Android apps fake accounts

Cyber Security Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 8:56


Elon Musk's Starlink and the White House targeted by Killnet hackers Google links Windows exploit framework used to send spyware Malicious Android app creates fake accounts on multiple platforms Thanks to this week's episode sponsor, Automox Threat exposure is a growing business risk. Today, vulnerabilities are piling up faster than traditional remediation processes and tools can fix them. But fixing vulnerabilities doesn't have to be a fire drill. Now you can eliminate threats and manage exposed endpoints with Automox Automated Vulnerability Remediation, the only cloud-native solution that harmonizes your SecOps and ITOps workflow and lets you fix vulnerabilities dramatically faster – in minutes, not months. Visit Automox.com to learn more and start a free trial today. For the stories behind the headlines, head to CisoSeries.com    

Synopsis
Παρακολουθήσεις και Κατασκοπεία: κ. Κώστας Πικραμένος

Synopsis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 22:20


Καλεσμένος ο κ. Κώστας Πικραμένος, Διευθυντής Ερευνών της CP CONSULTING με έδρα τη Μασσαλία και εμπειρογνώμων στο Ευρωκοινοβούλιο για θέματα Τουρκίας, Υπηρεσιών Πληροφοριών και Ισλαμικών Δομών. Το θέμα των τηλεφωνικών παρακολουθήσεων που βρίσκεται σχεδόν καθημερινά στην επικαιρότητα μας το τελευταίο διάστημα. Ακούμε για λογισμικά όπως το Pegasus και το Predator, είδαμε εμπλοκή πολλών χωρών όπως η Ελλάδα, η Κύπρος, το Ισραήλ αλλά και άλλων ευρωπαϊκών χωρών.Το θέμα των παρακολουθήσεων και κατασκοπείας είναι λεπτό. Από τη μια τίθεται ζήτημα εθνικής ασφάλειας για ένα κράτος και τους πολίτες του, αλλά από την άλλη φαίνεται πως μπορεί να παρεμβαίνει και στην ιδιωτική ζωή. 

LegalMatters
Στην εποχή των Spyware. Ηλίας Στεφάνου.

LegalMatters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 90:06


Με τον συνάδελφο ποινικολόγο Ηλία Στεφάνου συζητάμε το θέμα των παρακολουθήσεων, τα λογισμικά spyware, τις πρόνοιες της νομοθεσίας και τις διασφαλίσεις που υπάρχουν στο Νόμο και το Σύνταγμα για προστασία των δικαιωμάτων των πολιτών. Τετάρτη 23/11/2022 στις 18.00   Δείτε τα Podcasts:

TWiT Bits (Video HI)
SN Clip: FBI Purchased Pegasus Spyware in 2018

TWiT Bits (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 10:56


On Security Now, Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson talk about a New York Times story that reveaed that the FBI purchased and nearly deployed Pegasus spyware back in 2018. For the full episode go to: twit.tv/sn/898 Hosts: Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/

TWiT Bits (MP3)
SN Clip: FBI Purchased Pegasus Spyware in 2018

TWiT Bits (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 10:53


On Security Now, Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson talk about a New York Times story that reveaed that the FBI purchased and nearly deployed Pegasus spyware back in 2018. For the full episode go to: twit.tv/sn/898 Hosts: Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/

TWiT Bits (Video HD)
SN Clip: FBI Purchased Pegasus Spyware in 2018

TWiT Bits (Video HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 10:56


On Security Now, Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson talk about a New York Times story that reveaed that the FBI purchased and nearly deployed Pegasus spyware back in 2018. For the full episode go to: twit.tv/sn/898 Hosts: Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/

Risky Business
Risky Business #686 -- White House to move on spyware industry

Risky Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022


On this week's show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week's security news, including: Half of all UK COBRA meetings are ransomware related Ransomware biggest risk to US port security White House to move on spyware industry EU to launch its own Starlink equivalent Much, much more AttackIQ's Jonathan Reiber will be joining us in this week's sponsor interview to talk about how companies and their boards are really moving towards outcomes-based security programs. Links to everything that we discussed are below and you can follow Patrick or Adam on Twitter if that's your thing. Show notes Ransomware incidents now make up majority of British government's crisis management COBRA meetings - The Record by Recorded Future DHS Secretary: Cyberattacks are the most significant threat to port infrastructure - The Record by Recorded Future Michigan school districts reopen after three-day closure due to ransomware attack - The Record by Recorded Future Microsoft: Royal ransomware group using Google Ads in campaign - The Record by Recorded Future Researchers Quietly Cracked Zeppelin Ransomware Keys – Krebs on Security Risky Biz News: Cyber Partisans hack and disrupt Kremlin censor US, Estonian authorities arrest two over $575 million cryptocurrency fraud - The Record by Recorded Future New FTX CEO details 'complete failure of corporate controls' at crypto platform OpenSSL Usage in UEFI Firmware Exposes Weakness in SBOMs EU reaches agreement on new satellite constellation - The Record by Recorded Future Ukraine's Engineers Dodged Russian Mines To Get Kherson Back Online–With A Little Help From Elon Musk's Satellites Senate Democrats call on FTC to investigate Twitter's data security 11.17.22 - FTC - Twitter Letter Twitter has a lot of your data. Here's what you can do about it. Mastodon vulnerable to multiple system configuration problems | The Daily Swig System misconfiguration is the number one vulnerability, at least for Mastodon White House expected to issue executive order reining in spyware H20220930-005_Himes-Speier cc's - DocumentCloud A Leak Details Apple's Secret Dirt on Corellium, a Trusted Security Startup | WIRED Risky Biz News: Iranian state hackers breached US government agency and deployed a cryptominer, out of all things India removes ban on VLC media player after cybersecurity concerns addressed - The Record by Recorded Future Amazon addresses vulnerability affecting AWS AppSync - The Record by Recorded Future CVE-2022-41924 - RCE in Tailscale, DNS Rebinding, and You Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Affiliated Cyber Actors Exploiting Vulnerabilities for Data Extortion and Disk Encryption for Ransom Operations | CISA Impacket and Exfiltration Tool Used to Steal Sensitive Information from Defense Industrial Base Organization | CISA

The Free America Podcast
Episode 114: The Prison Industrial Complex

The Free America Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 79:35


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Administrative Static Podcast
NCLA Files Class-Action Against Massachusetts for Auto-Installing Covid Spyware on 1 Million Phones; Amicus Brief Calls on 6th Circuit to Restore Congress' Power to Set Safety Standards

Administrative Static Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 25:00


NCLA Files Class-Action Against Massachusetts for Auto-Installing Covid Spyware on 1 Million Phones The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) worked with Google to auto-install spyware on the smartphones of more than one million Commonwealth residents, without their knowledge or consent, in a misguided effort to combat Covid-19. Such brazen disregard for civil liberties violates the United States and Massachusetts Constitutions and cannot stand. NCLA has filed a class-action lawsuit, Wright v. Massachusetts Department of Public Health, et al., challenging DPH's covert installation of a Covid tracing app that tracks and records the movement and personal contacts of Android mobile device users without owners' permission or awareness. Mark discusses NCLA's new case on government tracking. Amicus Brief Calls on 6th Circuit to Restore Congress' Power to Set Safety Standards NCLA has filed an amicus curiae brief in Allstates Refractory Contractors LLC v. Walsh, et al., challenging the constitutionality of the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act of 1970. NCLA's brief asks the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit to decide that the OSH Act unlawfully transfers lawmaking power—specifically, the legislative power to promulgate permanent “safety standards”—by authorizing the Secretary of Labor to promulgate, modify, or revoke any occupational safety standard he deems “reasonably necessary or appropriate.” Mark discusses NCLA's amicus brief in Allstates Refractory Contractors v. Walsh.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Deep Dive Radio Show and Nick's Nerd News
Google secretly installed spyware into 1 million phones!

The Deep Dive Radio Show and Nick's Nerd News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 6:59


The Independent Man
Mass Dept of Public Health and google illegally installed " Covid Spyware" on 1 million phones.

The Independent Man

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 8:33


@mediasres - Deutschlandfunk
Abhörskandal in Griechenland - "Spyware ist ein europäisches, kein griechisches Problem"

@mediasres - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 7:36


Investigativjournalist Tasos Telloglou hat in Griechenland die Überwachung von Journalisten und Politikern mitaufgedeckt. Die Regierung in Athen will nun bestimmte Software verbieten. Doch es brauche eine europaweite Lösung, sagte Telloglou im Dlf.Tasos Telloglou im Gespräch mit Anh Tranwww.deutschlandfunk.de, @mediasresDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

The Economist Morning Briefing
Macron addresses COP27; Greece's government to ban spyware sales, and more

The Economist Morning Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 3:49


Emmanuel Macron promised delegates at the United Nations' annual climate summit that the war in Ukraine (and the energy crisis it triggered) will not mean his country slacks on its climate commitments. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Argos
EU in de ban van spyware

Argos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 28:58


Het bespioneren van journalisten, de oppositie of andere criticasters door het inzetten van spyware: het gebeurt steeds vaker. Al in zeker vier Europese lidstaten zijn deze schandalen aan het licht gekomen. Het Europees Parlement stelde in maart dit jaar een onderzoekscommissie in die onderzoek moest doen naar het gebruik van spyware binnen de EU-lidstaten. Komende week verschijnt het rapport. Het gaat om zeer moeilijk op te sporen spyware, zoals Pegasus en andere surveillance software, die mobiele apparaten totaal kunnen overnemen. In Griekenland speelt al maanden een schandaal omdat journalisten en leden van de oppositie door veiligheidsdiensten met dit soort software bespioneerd werden. Het hoofd van de inlichtingendienst moest daarom aftreden. Ook in Spanje, Polen en Hongarije speelden schandalen, waar mogelijk illegaal gebruik is gemaakt van deze software, vaak onder het mom van ‘nationale veiligheid'. Daarnaast werden ook een aantal Eurocommissarissen en medewerkers slachtoffer van de hackaanvallen of de pogingen daartoe. Sophie in 't Veld (D66) is lid van de Pega-commissie, de commissie die het onderzoek uitvoerde. Zij vertelt hierover in Argos. Cybersecurity expert Joeri Blokhuis van beveiligingsbedrijf Responder zit in de studio om uitleg  te  geven over alle technische ins en outs en geeft  commentaar  op een kleine enquête die Argos deed onder alle ministeries over het digitaal veiligheidsbeleid.

Argos
EU in de ban van spyware

Argos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 28:58


Het bespioneren van journalisten, de oppositie of andere criticasters door het inzetten van spyware: het gebeurt steeds vaker. Al in zeker vier Europese lidstaten zijn deze schandalen aan het licht gekomen. Het Europees Parlement stelde in maart dit jaar een onderzoekscommissie in die onderzoek moest doen naar het gebruik van spyware binnen de EU-lidstaten. Komende week verschijnt het rapport. Het gaat om zeer moeilijk op te sporen spyware, zoals Pegasus en andere surveillance software, die mobiele apparaten totaal kunnen overnemen. In Griekenland speelt al maanden een schandaal omdat journalisten en leden van de oppositie door veiligheidsdiensten met dit soort software bespioneerd werden. Het hoofd van de inlichtingendienst moest daarom aftreden. Ook in Spanje, Polen en Hongarije speelden schandalen, waar mogelijk illegaal gebruik is gemaakt van deze software, vaak onder het mom van ‘nationale veiligheid'. Daarnaast werden ook een aantal Eurocommissarissen en medewerkers slachtoffer van de hackaanvallen of de pogingen daartoe. Sophie in 't Veld (D66) is lid van de Pega-commissie, de commissie die het onderzoek uitvoerde. Zij vertelt hierover in Argos. Cybersecurity expert Joeri Blokhuis van beveiligingsbedrijf Responder zit in de studio om uitleg  te  geven over alle technische ins en outs en geeft  commentaar  op een kleine enquête die Argos deed onder alle ministeries over het digitaal veiligheidsbeleid.

Because F**k You That's Why Podcast
Show #136 Donald Duck Game

Because F**k You That's Why Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 56:06


After the illness has plagued the BFYTW studio, We are Back! This week Aaron hosts Augie and Stevie through three fun filled games of craziness.Game 1 - Have I Got Good News For YouStory 1 - Churches Monitor Flock's Porn Consumption with Spyware - https://www.wired.com/story/covenant-eyes-anti-porn-accountability-monitoring-apps/Story 2 - Man Caught Visiting Ex-Wife's Grave Every Morning - To Urinate on It - https://www.kktv.com/2022/09/27/man-caught-camera-urinating-ex-wifes-grave-family-says/Story 3 - Woman Hospitalized for Days After Her Dog Pooped in Her Mouth - https://www.indy100.com/viral/woman-hospital-dog-poo-faceGame 2 - Pitch Me Baby One More TimeThe 8th of October will be the 30th anniversary of one of Stevie and Reluctant Butter's favorite games - Mortal Kombat. The series has evolved and changed over the years, but the one thing that hasn't is the horrifically gory violence (even counting Mortal Kombat VS DC Universe, which toned it down somewhat) so in honor of that, I want you both to channel your inner eleven-year-old boys and I want you to improve something that isn't cartoonishly violent by making it cartoonishly violent. Video games, TV, movies, books, anything is on the table, but it must not already be known for being gory or over-the-top violent. Best pitch wins.Game 3 - The Rules of the GameShoutouts to our Patrons Raspfairy, Mexi, Justin, Kristin, Flaose, Todd, Jim, and 8-Bit.Promos @big10plus4 @MuckPodcastFounding Members of @OddPodsMediahttps://www.patreon.com/BFYTWShow Music by @KeroseneLetter and @MexigunOur Merch Store https://www.teepublic.com/user/bfytw-podcasthttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyJG-PDn6su32Et_eSiC6RQwww.BFYTWpod.com

Cheeky Scientist Radio
Is Spyware The Newest Trend Among Employers?

Cheeky Scientist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 2:53


Join Isaiah as he covers job market trends and one key hiring trend that you should know to succeed in your industry job search Here's a quick rundown of this week's episode… First, Isaiah explains how applicant tracking systems work and what it means for your job search Next, Isaiah discusses the social media platforms […] The post Is Spyware The Newest Trend Among Employers? appeared first on Cheeky Scientist.

Noticias de Tecnología Express
Cuidado con el Spyware en Catar 2022 - NTX 232

Noticias de Tecnología Express

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 7:18


DaVinci Resolve llega al iPad, la PROFECO demanda a Megacable y Catar busca espiar a visitantesPuedes apoyar la realización de este programa con una suscripción. Más información por acáNoticias:-Blackmagic Design trasladará su aplicación de postproducción, DaVinci Resolve, al iPad, con soporte para archivos RAW, colaboración en la nube y más. -En un post, Meta anunció que construyó el “primer sistema de traducción de voz impulsado por Inteligencia Artificial para un idioma no escrito”.-En México, la Procuraduría Federal del Consumidor inició el proceso para iniciar una demanda de acción colectiva en contra de Megacable debido al incremento de quejas por fallas recurrentes.-Un reporte de Vice dice que ciudadanos chinos usan AirDrop de Apple para distribuir imágenes que denuncian al gobierno del país.-Si vas al mundial de Catar, las autoridades del país te solicitarán descargar e instalar dos aplicaciones con las cuales podrán rastrear tus acciones. Análisis: Las aplicaciones como herramientas de espionaje¿Prefieres leer las noticias? ¡Suscríbete a mi newsletter y te llegarán todos los días!   Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/noticias-de-tecnologia-express. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Sunday Show
Contending with Spyware and Oppression in Thailand

The Sunday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 39:29


Earlier this year, an investigation published in the New Yorker by Ronan Farrow suggested that commercial spyware called Pegasus, developed by the Israeli firm NSO Group, is being used by governments in at least 45 countries around the world, including by U.S. and European intelligence and law enforcement services. The technology permits government agents to gain access to the contents of cell phones by exploiting flaws in device operating systems and software.  In this episode, we hear from three individuals in Bangkok, Thailand; pro-democracy activists who have seen their community targeted with Pegasus, part of a range of activities intended to discourage dissent and limit free expression: Yingcheep Atchanont, a program manager at iLaw Ruchapong Chamjirachaikul, advocacy officer at iLaw Darika Bamrungchok, a program manager at Thai Netizen

The Daily Zeitgeist
3,000 Years Of Impeachment, Atone For Your Bone With Your Phone 09.27.22

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 69:53


In episode 1339, Jack and Miles are joined by host of Life as a Gringo, DJ Dramos, to discuss… Three Thousand Years of Bad Faith Impeachments of Joe Biden, DeSantis' Martha's Vineyard Circus Is Not Playing Out the Way He Wanted, Churches Are Using “Shameware” Apps Designed By A Former NSA Employee and more! Three Thousand Years of Bad Faith Impeachments of Joe Biden DeSantis' Martha's Vineyard Circus Is Not Playing Out the Way He Wanted Mysteries, legal challenges follow Fla. Gov. Ron DeSantins's migrant flights Churches Are Using “Shameware” Apps Designed By A Former NSA Employee The Ungodly Surveillance of Anti-Porn ‘Shameware' Apps LISTEN: Tomorrow (BADBADNOTGOOD Remix) by Brittany HowardSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Risky Business News
Risky Biz News: Poland refuses to cooperate with the EU in spyware scandal

Risky Business News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


A short podcast updating listeners on the security news of the last few days, as prepared and presented by Catalin Cimpanu. You can find the newsletter version of this podcast here. Today's podcast also features an appearance from Rafe Pilling, Senior Security Researcher at Secureworks. Show notes Risky Biz News: Poland refuses to cooperate with the EU in spyware scandal

ON Point with Alex Pierson
Blacklock's Check In - Name Names Minister Rodriguez, 35% Approval of Lucki, And Spyware Regulation

ON Point with Alex Pierson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 10:43


It is that time of the week where we get all the juicy nuggets of information on all things Ottawa, and for that we bring in Tom Korski, Managing Editor at Blacklock's Reporter, to discuss them all. Today, Tom talks to us about how a Common's petition is demanding that Heritage Minister, Pablo Rodriguez, name names in his department's award of a grant to a group subsequently stripped of funding for anti-Semitism. Also, according to in-house research, only 35% of Canadians surveyed say they trust the RCMP's national leadership. What could be the reason behind this? That and more on today's Blacklock's Check In.

Komando On Demand
Home security mistakes, spot spyware, how tech ages you

Komando On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 39:53 Very Popular


Did you know tech ages you? Here's why. Plus, satellite tech will change phones forever, airplane passengers are sharing nudes and the trick to finding spyware on your PC or Mac. Also, quit making these mistakes with your home security system. They make you less safe! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Heritage Explains
How China Is Taking Control of Video Gaming

Heritage Explains

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 23:37


Video game use is skyrocketing all across the world, and China continues to gain ownership of game developers and companies. That means, behind your child's favorite video game is the Chinese Communist Party's attempt to influence and also steal your private data. On this episode, we talk about China's increased interest in international gaming, how they harvest user data, use game stories to change historical context for learning, and why it's imperative that parents and gamers take an active role in curtailing what's played online. Show NotesChina Is Infiltrating Kids' Video Games With Propaganda and Spyware - https://www.heritage.org/technology/commentary/china-infiltrating-kids-video-games-propaganda-and-spywareHow China Is Taking Control of Hollywood - https://www.heritage.org/asia/heritage-explains/how-china-taking-control-hollywoodBLM: The Making of a New Marxist Revolution (book) - https://www.amazon.com/BLM-Making-New-Marxist-Revolution/dp/1641772239 Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

WIRED Security: News, Advice, and More
Spyware Hunters Are Expanding Their Toolset

WIRED Security: News, Advice, and More

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 6:38


This invasive malware isn't just for phones—it can target your PC, too. But a new batch of algorithms aims to weed out this threat.

The Hit The Lights Podcast
The Smartest Spyware Ever Created...

The Hit The Lights Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 25:15


In this episode we will investigate the online enigma that has come to the attention of the world- known simply as ‘Pegasus'; the online software used by governments to spy on us via our smartphones, tablets and computers. Time to put those phones on silent and double check your connection folks as we delve into the terrifying mystery that is - ‘The Pegasus Spyware Conspiracy'.Destination Morocco PodcastJoin host Azdean Elmoustaquim as he takes you on an exploration of his country's...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Trader Merlin
Biden Bucks: Trackable Spyware Money?! - 8/23/22

Trader Merlin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 53:22


Ever since President Joe Biden signed Executive Order 14067, conspiracy theories have blown up social media. They claim that this new Biden dollar will be the end of freedom and privacy! That it is an orchestrated attempt by the democrats to control Americans. Is this true? I'll break down the truth today about what is really going on. Of course, we will also look at current markets, economic data, earnings as well as any listener questions. Join us today as we discuss live starting at 2pm PST today! #Trading #investing  #stocks  #Money #bidenbucks #CBDC Sign up for a free, 6 video course on Cryptocurrency here: https://www.tradingacademy.com/crypto/ Contact TraderMerlin: Email – TraderMerlin@gmail.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13930555/ Twitter: TraderMerlin - https://twitter.com/TraderMerlin IG: TraderMerlin - https://www.instagram.com/tradermerlin/ FB: TraderMerlin  - https://www.facebook.com/TraderMerlin Live Daily Show:  - https://www.youtube.com/TraderMerlin   Trading Applications used: TastyWorks, CliK, TradeStation, TradingView

ON Point with Alex Pierson
Concerns raised over RCMP use of spyware capable of activating microphones and cameras on smartphones

ON Point with Alex Pierson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 7:51


Tom Korski is the Managing Editor of Blacklock's Reporter. He will join Alex Pierson live every Tuesday and Thursday on 640 Toronto. Today, he walked through a story detailing concerns being raised by The House of Commons' Ethics Committee. Members are expressing alarm over RCMP use of spyware capable of activating microphones and cameras on smartphones. MPs only learned of the practice in a routine House tabling of cabinet documents, that the RCMP used spyware to “covertly and remotely obtain data from targeted computing devices” including emails, photos, video, “audio recordings of private communications,” bank records and electronic documents since 2012. Listen to the their conversation and read more here.

Rebel News +
DAILY | Trump's house raided; Fleeing Trudeau's Canada; RCMP's use of spyware

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 75:59


David Menzies and Alexa Lavoie are behind the mics on this Tuesday edition of the daily livestream, discussing the FBI's decision to raid former president Donald Trump's home in Florida, Canadians fleeing to the US after two years of Justin Trudeau's pandemic policies and the RCMP's use of spyware.

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
This Week in Enterprise Tech 503: Dashboard Fatigue

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 72:02 Very Popular


Google Drive malware, industrial cyberthreats, app instrumentation trends with AppDynamics, and more. Russian hackers behind SolarWinds are now hiding malware in Google Drive Mysterious, cloud-enabled macOS spyware blows onto the scene FBI: If you're hit by ransomware, don't forget to call us  Spyware maker Candiru linked to Chrome zero-day targeting journalists Hackers are targeting industrial systems with malware  Cisco AppDynamics Executive CTO Gregg Ostrowski returns to talk about app instrumentation trends Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin Guest: Gregg Ostrowski Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: canary.tools/twit - use code: TWIT meraki.cisco.com/twit UserWay.org/twit

This Week in Tech (MP3)
TWiT 883: More Data Than Sense - Musk bails on Twitter, Europe's big data laws, China's big data hack

This Week in Tech (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 166:18 Very Popular


Musk bails on Twitter, Europe's big data laws, China's big data hack  Elon Musk tries to walk away from the Twitter deal.  Twitter will sue Elon Musk for calling off his $44 billion takeover.  Elon's out, and his bid to buy Twitter was likely a joke.  When Elon Musk dreams, his employees have nightmares.  Report: Tesla Factory Workers Are in Danger Because Elon Musk Hates the Color Yellow.  How Elon's bizarre Twitter takeover saga could have just been a cover for him to sell $8.5 billion in Tesla stock.  Europe's Big Tech Law Is Approved. Now Comes the Hard Part.  Biden order fortifies data privacy ahead of state-by-state legal battle over abortion. Hacker claims to have stolen 1 bln records of Chinese citizens from police.  What the Heck Is a 'Super App' and Why Are Elon Musk, Evan Spiegel, and Jack Dorsey Interested?  Web3 projects have lost more than $2 billion to hacks this year.  Why This Computer Scientist Says All Cryptocurrency Should "Die in a Fire".  Starlink on your yacht, so hot.  Apple's Mac Studio shows the power of its M1 chips, but isn't priced for mere mortals.  The fate of Apple and Sunday Ticket to be determined by fall, says NFL commissioner.  Apple's New Lockdown Mode for iPhone Fights Hacking, Spyware.  Why the Soviet Union wanted to nuke this hot dog stand.  NASA will unveil the James Webb Space Telescope's 1st science photos this week. Here's how to watch.  The machine behind the 'God particle' is on the hunt for dark matter. Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Amy Webb, Dwight Silverman, and Connie Guglielmo Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: Indochino.com promo code TWIT UserWay.org/twit eightsleep.com/twit wwt.com/twit

The CyberWire
Lithuania warns of DDoS. Some limited Russian success in cyber phases of its hybrid war. Spyware infestations in Italy and Kazakstan. Tabletop exercises. Ransomware as misdirection

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 29:06 Very Popular


Lithuania's NKSC warns of increased DDoS threat. Limited Russian success in the cyber phases of its hybrid war. Another warning of spyware in use against targets in Italy and Kazakhstan. Hey, critical infrastructure operators: CISA's got tabletop exercises for you. Kevin Magee from Microsoft has advice for recent grads. A look back the year since Colonial Pipeline with Padraic O'Reilly of CyberSaint. And sometimes ransomware is just a spy's way of saying, “nothing up my sleeve…” For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/121 Selected reading. Lithuania warns of rise in DDoS attacks against government sites (BleepingComputer)  Defending Ukraine: Early Lessons from the Cyber War (Microsoft)  Why think tanks are such juicy targets for cyberspies (The Record by Recorded Future) The war in Ukraine is showing the limits of cyberattacks (Tech Monitor) Spyware vendor targets users in Italy and Kazakhstan (Google Threat Analysis Group) BRONZE STARLIGHT Ransomware Operations Use HUI Loader (SecureWorks) CISA Tabletop Exercises Packages (CTEP) (CISA) CISA Tabletop Exercise Package (CTEP) Workshop (Government Technology)

The CyberWire
Malibot info stealer is no coin miner. "Hermit" spyware. Fabricated evidence in Indian computers. FBI takes down botnet. Assange extradition update. Putting the Service into service learning.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 31:15 Very Popular


Malibot is an info stealer masquerading as a coin miner. "Hermit" spyware is being used by nation-state security services. Fabricated evidence is planted in Indian computers. The US takes down a criminal botnet. The British Home Secretary signs the Assange extradition order. We wind up our series of RSA Conference interviews with David London from the Chertoff group and Hugh Njemanze from Anomali. And putting the Service into service learning. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/117 Selected reading. 'MaliBot' Android Malware Steals Financial, Personal Information (SecurityWeek) F5 Labs Investigates MaliBot (F5 Labs) Sophisticated Android Spyware 'Hermit' Used by Governments (SecurityWeek) Lookout Uncovers Android Spyware Deployed in Kazakhstan (Lookout) Police Linked to Hacking Campaign to Frame Indian Activists (Wired) U.S., partners dismantle Russian hacking 'botnet,' Justice Dept says (Reuters) Russian Botnet Disrupted in International Cyber Operation (US Attorney's Office, Southern District of California) Julian Assange: Priti Patel signs US extradition order (The Telegraph) AIVD disrupts activities of Russian intelligence officer targeting the International Criminal Court (AIVD) Alleged Russian spy studied at Johns Hopkins, won ICC internship (Washington Post)