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Latest Episodes

Show #35 | What Computers Can’t do

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-35-what-computers-cant-do Play We’re back! It’s been over a year and Ben and Sam catch up. In 1997 Garry Kasparov lost to the chess playing computer: Deep Blue. The book is called Behind Deep Blue. Sam also mentions a book What Computers Can’t Do which discusses the RAMAC. CD-ROMs use forward error correction called Reed Solomon Error Correction Sam’s epic forensic software ISYS Epic search tool Everything.exe Music: Luminary – My World (Arksun Mix) Download Podcast #35 What Computers Can’t Do

100 MIN2014 NOV 25
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Show #35 | What Computers Can’t do

Show #34 | GLAZED Conf and Kyle Ellicott

http://portforwardpodcast.com/show-34-glazed-conf-and-kyle-ellicot Play Interview with Kyle Ellicott, Founder of the Stained Glass Labs Incubator Kyle is an acomplished entreprenuer and jokingly says all he had to do to start his incubator was: “sign a piece of paper, call a few people and boom it happened!”. Everybody in the SF Area check out the GLAZED conference happening on SEPTEMBER 28-30, 2013. 20% discount code: GLAZED Register for the FREE hackathon now! Here are some of the interview questions: Will wearable technology always need my smartphone? Do you think we will get to the point of a Brain-Computer interface being mainstream? Do you envision Bitcoin intersecting with wearable technology? Battery life / energy harvesting When you’re looking at startup teams, are you more concerned with the idea and story, or things they’ve already been able to execute? Does outsourcing turn you off when looking at startups? What is the most ridiculous “slide ware” you’ve ever seen...

75 MIN2013 SEP 10
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Show #34 | GLAZED Conf and Kyle Ellicott

Show #33 BONUS | WHY YOU NO SHIP?

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-33b-why-you-no-ship Ben and Sam Catch up in this week’s BONUS episode which was recorded moments after the end of show 33. We talk about Bitcoin and more. Also, Mike Shaw gives us epic feedback regarding Jump List parser code he’s posted. Play http://www.bitcoinx.com/profit/ http://windowsir.blogspot.com/2011/12/jump-list-parser-code-posted.html https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/traktor-dj-for-iphone/id625335999?mt=8 Download Podcast #33B WHY YOU NO SHIP?

41 MIN2013 SEP 9
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Show #33 BONUS | WHY YOU NO SHIP?

Show #33 | Snowden’s Rogue Drone

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-33-snodens-rouge-drone/ Ben David and Merrick catch up for a normal format podcast! Play http://techcrunch.com/2013/08/14/spiri-kickstarter/ http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/914887915/spiri http://rubygems.org/gems/turbolinks http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/53493/computer-vs-heater-coil-comparison http://techcrunch.com/2013/08/29/bug-in-apples-coretext-allows-specific-string-of-characters-to-crash-ios-6-os-x-10-8-apps/ http://www.amazon.com/ASICMiner-Block-Erupter-330MH-Sapphire/dp/B00CUJT7TO http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CMOS http://hadonejob.com http://youhadonejob.org https://codepub.org/ http://www.opscode.com/chef/ https://puppetlabs.com/ http://www.meteor.com/ http://expressjs.com/ http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/teenager-hit-by-his-remote-control-helicopter-in-nyc-park-dies-from-severe-head-injury/2013/09/05/4cabf3d4-1694-11e3-961c-f22d3aaf19ab_story.html https://github.com/runekaagaard/snowscript Download Podcast #33 Sno...

108 MIN2013 SEP 7
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Show #33 | Snowden’s Rogue Drone

Show #32 | Meteor.js Hackathon

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-32-meteor-js-hackathon/ Coverage of Meteor.js Hackathon hash tag: #meteorhack. Ben and David go to a Hackathon and are Victorious! We take home a Meteor AR Drone 2.0 as a prize! Play Checkout metoer.js the best framework ever! Tumblr where Ben has at least 3 epic quotes. including “y = mx + b bitch!” Hackathon info Quadcopter that we won! If you buy this I 100% recommend you also buy upgraded ball bearings on E-bay for like 8 bucks. Download Podcast #32 Meteor.js Hackathon

46 MIN2013 AUG 26
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Show #32 | Meteor.js Hackathon

Show #31 | Bitcoin 2013

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-31-bitcoin-2013/ Coverage of Bitoin 2013 conference hash tag: #bitcoin2013. Play Photo Gallery from the show BitCoin ATM Video of Ben using the atm Conference talk – YouTube is Broken by Adam B Levine – Bitcoin Famous reporter / Bitcoin celebrity twitter.com/@KashHill @KashHill’s Forbes story, living on bitcoin for a week These two awesome guys donated and funded my trip: https://twitter.com/@RalphTheNinja https://twitter.com/@FreedomFactory Ben Talks with https://twitter.com/@rBrumpton about copy on write and other nerdy stuff. Rich sent me this email: “I heard you talkin about how money was invented and I used the same narrative as you until a few months ago when I discovered David Greaber’s work. Turns out anthropologists have some real world knowledge that the academics didn’t know when the theorem was formulated.” ArticleBook: Debt: the first 5000 years http://www.listentobitcoin.com/ Ben yells at people to put together a 1 year budget ...

-1 s2013 JUN 11
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Show #31 | Bitcoin 2013

Show #30 | ASIC Powered Floating Island

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-30-asic-powered-floating-island/ Special guest David Sykora! This week we talk hardware, BitCoin, LiteCoin, Asic Miners, Routers, Peace Corps and more! FeedBack: Eric Nantz – Check his podcast www.r-podcast.org SnakeDoc Russel Folk Neal Harrington David Sykora’s Github or twitter @david_sykora ASIC mining is taking off, network hashrate(measure of total compute power of all miners) has doubled in a few months Lots of miners are jumping over to Litecoin(uses scrypt hashing function which requires large amounts of RAM to be efficient, so safe from ASICs for now, also faster transaction confirmation, will have 4X as many coins generated compared with BitCoin) already has its own SatoshiDice and SIlkRoute(Atlantis) Butterfly ASIC Miner Story Want to run stuff in the cloud, like couchDB found https://www.iriscouch.com/ Have your own free couchDB running in the cloud in literally 10 seconds Always change your defualt router passwords, and upgrade to DD...

112 MIN2013 APR 18
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Show #30 | ASIC Powered Floating Island

Show #29 | Glitches In Sam’s Homeless Matrix

EShow Notes: http://portforwardpodcast.com/show-29-glitches-in-sams-homeless-matrix This week we talk BitCoin, QuadCopters, Tech Company subpoena woes, and good office culture. Also there is a major glitch in Sam’s Matrix: Humble indie bundle Indie Game the Movie Sim City 5 Zero Punctuation Video Humble android bundle -anomaly korea -bladeslinger -contre jour -metalslug 3 -plants vs zombies -the room Companies that Sam piss off (Sam subpoenas Zynga, Google, AT&T and Comcast.) -Comcast: tracks nothing, keeps no records -ATT: no response -GOOGLE: denies that they can sort data by IP address -Zenga: no How to Pull logs from a router to obtain WAN IP Two encrypted drives (symantec endpoint encryption and bitlocker) Imaged into bootable copy using LiveView which creates bootable VM’s of forensic images Yo Dawg, I heard you liked VM’s in your VM’s The Amazing JellyBean KickStarter Ben’s “epic uptime server”’s downtime Ethernet over Power Quad Copters: -Walkera – Lady Bird – 99~ -...

109 MIN2013 MAR 30
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Show #29 | Glitches In Sam’s Homeless Matrix

Show #28 | Break It Down For Me

ELong lost audio documenting a study session between Sam and Ben. The book is called “Windows Forensic Analysis DVD Toolkit, Second Edition”. If you are not ready to bend your mind, this show might not be the best for you. Warning: this show has some unclear areas, if you do not enjoy just wait till next week’s episode! Sorry! utc vs gmt Routing table (netstat) persistant connections protected storage and disk encryption in windows soft ice crash dump, have you ever seen one hex math with offsetting. first number is the address, second is the offset number 0x 4d7000 offset 0x 80000000 added together 0x 804d7000 ssdeep.exe gdb and redis stepping through. MySql and Sql Injection Music: Rusko – Everyday (Netsky Remix) Download Podcast #28 Break It Down For Me

130 MIN2013 JAN 22
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Show #28 | Break It Down For Me

Show #27 | CPU_SLOW

EWe bring you the latest buzz surrounding node.js and some history. Also the WebStorm editor which works great with node! Special thanks to David Sykora for redesigning our site! Tool: http://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/ also get the node.js plugin. Ben hacks objective c iOS display code for iPhone 5 Sam recomends Battery Case: http://www.lenmar.com/Uploads/File/landing-pages/index.html Node.js Ben recording with iPhone5 and has trouble again Merrick talks about node.js including: The conception of node by Ryan Dahl (creator of NodeJS): http://elegantcode.com/2012/02/06/solving-the-upload-progress-bar-problemthe-history-of-node-js/ NODE: What first got Ryan excited about server side stuff was him seeing his first upload progress bar, he was like WTFOMGBBQ. NODE: Ryan’s first ever demo was presenting his early version of node running a IRC server at JSConf in Berlin, the demo gods taunted him, and he considered fleeing, but also got lucky, and had demo win, people in the audience conn...

135 MIN2013 JAN 15
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Show #27 | CPU_SLOW

Latest Episodes

Show #35 | What Computers Can’t do

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-35-what-computers-cant-do Play We’re back! It’s been over a year and Ben and Sam catch up. In 1997 Garry Kasparov lost to the chess playing computer: Deep Blue. The book is called Behind Deep Blue. Sam also mentions a book What Computers Can’t Do which discusses the RAMAC. CD-ROMs use forward error correction called Reed Solomon Error Correction Sam’s epic forensic software ISYS Epic search tool Everything.exe Music: Luminary – My World (Arksun Mix) Download Podcast #35 What Computers Can’t Do

100 MIN2014 NOV 25
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Show #35 | What Computers Can’t do

Show #34 | GLAZED Conf and Kyle Ellicott

http://portforwardpodcast.com/show-34-glazed-conf-and-kyle-ellicot Play Interview with Kyle Ellicott, Founder of the Stained Glass Labs Incubator Kyle is an acomplished entreprenuer and jokingly says all he had to do to start his incubator was: “sign a piece of paper, call a few people and boom it happened!”. Everybody in the SF Area check out the GLAZED conference happening on SEPTEMBER 28-30, 2013. 20% discount code: GLAZED Register for the FREE hackathon now! Here are some of the interview questions: Will wearable technology always need my smartphone? Do you think we will get to the point of a Brain-Computer interface being mainstream? Do you envision Bitcoin intersecting with wearable technology? Battery life / energy harvesting When you’re looking at startup teams, are you more concerned with the idea and story, or things they’ve already been able to execute? Does outsourcing turn you off when looking at startups? What is the most ridiculous “slide ware” you’ve ever seen...

75 MIN2013 SEP 10
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Show #34 | GLAZED Conf and Kyle Ellicott

Show #33 BONUS | WHY YOU NO SHIP?

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-33b-why-you-no-ship Ben and Sam Catch up in this week’s BONUS episode which was recorded moments after the end of show 33. We talk about Bitcoin and more. Also, Mike Shaw gives us epic feedback regarding Jump List parser code he’s posted. Play http://www.bitcoinx.com/profit/ http://windowsir.blogspot.com/2011/12/jump-list-parser-code-posted.html https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/traktor-dj-for-iphone/id625335999?mt=8 Download Podcast #33B WHY YOU NO SHIP?

41 MIN2013 SEP 9
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Show #33 BONUS | WHY YOU NO SHIP?

Show #33 | Snowden’s Rogue Drone

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-33-snodens-rouge-drone/ Ben David and Merrick catch up for a normal format podcast! Play http://techcrunch.com/2013/08/14/spiri-kickstarter/ http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/914887915/spiri http://rubygems.org/gems/turbolinks http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/53493/computer-vs-heater-coil-comparison http://techcrunch.com/2013/08/29/bug-in-apples-coretext-allows-specific-string-of-characters-to-crash-ios-6-os-x-10-8-apps/ http://www.amazon.com/ASICMiner-Block-Erupter-330MH-Sapphire/dp/B00CUJT7TO http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CMOS http://hadonejob.com http://youhadonejob.org https://codepub.org/ http://www.opscode.com/chef/ https://puppetlabs.com/ http://www.meteor.com/ http://expressjs.com/ http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/teenager-hit-by-his-remote-control-helicopter-in-nyc-park-dies-from-severe-head-injury/2013/09/05/4cabf3d4-1694-11e3-961c-f22d3aaf19ab_story.html https://github.com/runekaagaard/snowscript Download Podcast #33 Sno...

108 MIN2013 SEP 7
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Show #33 | Snowden’s Rogue Drone

Show #32 | Meteor.js Hackathon

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-32-meteor-js-hackathon/ Coverage of Meteor.js Hackathon hash tag: #meteorhack. Ben and David go to a Hackathon and are Victorious! We take home a Meteor AR Drone 2.0 as a prize! Play Checkout metoer.js the best framework ever! Tumblr where Ben has at least 3 epic quotes. including “y = mx + b bitch!” Hackathon info Quadcopter that we won! If you buy this I 100% recommend you also buy upgraded ball bearings on E-bay for like 8 bucks. Download Podcast #32 Meteor.js Hackathon

46 MIN2013 AUG 26
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Show #32 | Meteor.js Hackathon

Show #31 | Bitcoin 2013

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-31-bitcoin-2013/ Coverage of Bitoin 2013 conference hash tag: #bitcoin2013. Play Photo Gallery from the show BitCoin ATM Video of Ben using the atm Conference talk – YouTube is Broken by Adam B Levine – Bitcoin Famous reporter / Bitcoin celebrity twitter.com/@KashHill @KashHill’s Forbes story, living on bitcoin for a week These two awesome guys donated and funded my trip: https://twitter.com/@RalphTheNinja https://twitter.com/@FreedomFactory Ben Talks with https://twitter.com/@rBrumpton about copy on write and other nerdy stuff. Rich sent me this email: “I heard you talkin about how money was invented and I used the same narrative as you until a few months ago when I discovered David Greaber’s work. Turns out anthropologists have some real world knowledge that the academics didn’t know when the theorem was formulated.” ArticleBook: Debt: the first 5000 years http://www.listentobitcoin.com/ Ben yells at people to put together a 1 year budget ...

-1 s2013 JUN 11
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Show #31 | Bitcoin 2013

Show #30 | ASIC Powered Floating Island

Ehttp://portforwardpodcast.com/show-30-asic-powered-floating-island/ Special guest David Sykora! This week we talk hardware, BitCoin, LiteCoin, Asic Miners, Routers, Peace Corps and more! FeedBack: Eric Nantz – Check his podcast www.r-podcast.org SnakeDoc Russel Folk Neal Harrington David Sykora’s Github or twitter @david_sykora ASIC mining is taking off, network hashrate(measure of total compute power of all miners) has doubled in a few months Lots of miners are jumping over to Litecoin(uses scrypt hashing function which requires large amounts of RAM to be efficient, so safe from ASICs for now, also faster transaction confirmation, will have 4X as many coins generated compared with BitCoin) already has its own SatoshiDice and SIlkRoute(Atlantis) Butterfly ASIC Miner Story Want to run stuff in the cloud, like couchDB found https://www.iriscouch.com/ Have your own free couchDB running in the cloud in literally 10 seconds Always change your defualt router passwords, and upgrade to DD...

112 MIN2013 APR 18
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Show #30 | ASIC Powered Floating Island

Show #29 | Glitches In Sam’s Homeless Matrix

EShow Notes: http://portforwardpodcast.com/show-29-glitches-in-sams-homeless-matrix This week we talk BitCoin, QuadCopters, Tech Company subpoena woes, and good office culture. Also there is a major glitch in Sam’s Matrix: Humble indie bundle Indie Game the Movie Sim City 5 Zero Punctuation Video Humble android bundle -anomaly korea -bladeslinger -contre jour -metalslug 3 -plants vs zombies -the room Companies that Sam piss off (Sam subpoenas Zynga, Google, AT&T and Comcast.) -Comcast: tracks nothing, keeps no records -ATT: no response -GOOGLE: denies that they can sort data by IP address -Zenga: no How to Pull logs from a router to obtain WAN IP Two encrypted drives (symantec endpoint encryption and bitlocker) Imaged into bootable copy using LiveView which creates bootable VM’s of forensic images Yo Dawg, I heard you liked VM’s in your VM’s The Amazing JellyBean KickStarter Ben’s “epic uptime server”’s downtime Ethernet over Power Quad Copters: -Walkera – Lady Bird – 99~ -...

109 MIN2013 MAR 30
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Show #29 | Glitches In Sam’s Homeless Matrix

Show #28 | Break It Down For Me

ELong lost audio documenting a study session between Sam and Ben. The book is called “Windows Forensic Analysis DVD Toolkit, Second Edition”. If you are not ready to bend your mind, this show might not be the best for you. Warning: this show has some unclear areas, if you do not enjoy just wait till next week’s episode! Sorry! utc vs gmt Routing table (netstat) persistant connections protected storage and disk encryption in windows soft ice crash dump, have you ever seen one hex math with offsetting. first number is the address, second is the offset number 0x 4d7000 offset 0x 80000000 added together 0x 804d7000 ssdeep.exe gdb and redis stepping through. MySql and Sql Injection Music: Rusko – Everyday (Netsky Remix) Download Podcast #28 Break It Down For Me

130 MIN2013 JAN 22
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Show #28 | Break It Down For Me

Show #27 | CPU_SLOW

EWe bring you the latest buzz surrounding node.js and some history. Also the WebStorm editor which works great with node! Special thanks to David Sykora for redesigning our site! Tool: http://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/ also get the node.js plugin. Ben hacks objective c iOS display code for iPhone 5 Sam recomends Battery Case: http://www.lenmar.com/Uploads/File/landing-pages/index.html Node.js Ben recording with iPhone5 and has trouble again Merrick talks about node.js including: The conception of node by Ryan Dahl (creator of NodeJS): http://elegantcode.com/2012/02/06/solving-the-upload-progress-bar-problemthe-history-of-node-js/ NODE: What first got Ryan excited about server side stuff was him seeing his first upload progress bar, he was like WTFOMGBBQ. NODE: Ryan’s first ever demo was presenting his early version of node running a IRC server at JSConf in Berlin, the demo gods taunted him, and he considered fleeing, but also got lucky, and had demo win, people in the audience conn...

135 MIN2013 JAN 15
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Show #27 | CPU_SLOW
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