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Today in Security #21 8-17-10 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Phishing courier service brands Cisco IOS Software Vulnerability Apple Releases QuickTime 7.6.7 New victim in India-Pakistan ‘cyberwar’ Laptop e-mail tipped Apple to kickbacks plot Beware the Facebook “Dislike” Button Scam HP to Acquire Fortify Software

10 MIN2010 AUG 17
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Today in Security #21 8-17-10 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Today in Security #20 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

The data you don’t even know you have Senate Working To Consolidate Cybersecurity Bills Phishers Celebrate Special Occasions White House seeks comment on trusted ID plan Google Releases Chrome 5.0.375.86

11 MIN2010 JUN 28
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Today in Security #20 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS #19 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Apple Releases iTunes 9.2 Clickjack Baddie Whack Blackhat SEO uses online games to distribute malware Spammers Target Facebook and Twitter at Once Belgian pump and dump botnet revealed iPhone Password Breaker updated with iOS4 Software support Microsoft Offers Developers Cloud Security Tips

10 MIN2010 JUN 21
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TiS #19 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS 18 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Microsoft Launches Centralized Fraud Alert System For Reporting Stolen Data New Bill Gives Obama ‘Kill Switch’ To Shut Down The Internet High-living hacker swaps Porsche for porridge New cyber security threats facing the public sector Apple secretly updates Mac malware protection Mark Weatherford Resigns as California CISO

13 MIN2010 JUN 19
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TiS 18 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS # 17 Today In Security 6-14-2010 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Massive keylogger cache posted to Pastebin.com Google responds to privacy probe ‘Bug’ Sneaks Stealth Download into Microsoft Security Patch Malware Leads to Breach of Student Data Top 10 Most Pirated Movies on BitTorrent California Fines Five Hospitals For Failure To Protect Patient Data Statement of fees 2009/2010 malware attack spammed out

11 MIN2010 JUN 14
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TiS # 17 Today In Security 6-14-2010 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS # 16 Today In Security Niko Depofi – Chris Pope

New issues with Adobe Flash, Google search links could compromise your [WoW] account Microsoft finally fixes Pwn2Own browser flaw A swarm of Safari security holes: Mac and Windows users told to update Olympus apologises after shipping malware-laced cameras in Japan Banks increase information security budgets as threats evolve BP ‘manipulating search results’ on Google following oil spill Ecuador Government Web Site Attack Researchers: Poor password practices hurt security for all

9 MIN2010 JUN 10
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TiS # 16 Today In Security Niko Depofi – Chris Pope

TiS #15 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

QoTD on Aurora Attacks OpenBitTorrent Tracker Returns After Hollywood Shutdown Taiwanese phishermen rip off American troops and their families Symantec Hosted Services’ Top 5 Security Threats Facebook likejacking attacks continue with ‘Paramore n-a-k-ed photo leaked!’ Ex-call center operator pleads guilty to bank fraud Microsoft bites back at Google’s Windows snub

13 MIN2010 JUN 3
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TiS #15 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Tis #14 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Microsoft staying silent over security patching Windows Mobile Trojan frags gamers Facebook: Screw You, Privacy Hugger Cybersecurity Regulations Pass House Threat Outbreak Alert: Fake Gusanito E-postcards E-mail Messages on May 31, 2010 Your favorite malware authors: Now on Twitter! Cyber Thieves Rob Treasury Credit Union Intego Security Alert: OSX/OpinionSpy Spyware Installed by Freely Distributed Mac Applications

13 MIN2010 JUN 2
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Tis #14 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS 013, Today in Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Web Start-Ups Offer Bargains for Users’ Data Healthcare vulnerability to data breach Missing records on stolen laptop from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Inefficient Security Makes VA Systems Vulnerable Alleged $100M scareware sellers facing charges 2010 FIFA World Cup – Spammers Raise Their Game Facebook Clickjack Worm Vectored Attack Reports

15 MIN2010 JUN 1
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TiS 013, Today in Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS 012 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Supreme Court Rules Pirate Bay Must Stay Blocked Offshore Oil Rig Accident Lessons Spill into IT Five indicted in cybertheft of city’s bank accounts Mac as a means of distributing malware 44 Million Stolen Gaming Credentials Uncovered

15 MIN2010 MAY 27
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TiS 012 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Latest Episodes

Today in Security #21 8-17-10 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Phishing courier service brands Cisco IOS Software Vulnerability Apple Releases QuickTime 7.6.7 New victim in India-Pakistan ‘cyberwar’ Laptop e-mail tipped Apple to kickbacks plot Beware the Facebook “Dislike” Button Scam HP to Acquire Fortify Software

10 MIN2010 AUG 17
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Today in Security #21 8-17-10 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Today in Security #20 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

The data you don’t even know you have Senate Working To Consolidate Cybersecurity Bills Phishers Celebrate Special Occasions White House seeks comment on trusted ID plan Google Releases Chrome 5.0.375.86

11 MIN2010 JUN 28
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Today in Security #20 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS #19 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Apple Releases iTunes 9.2 Clickjack Baddie Whack Blackhat SEO uses online games to distribute malware Spammers Target Facebook and Twitter at Once Belgian pump and dump botnet revealed iPhone Password Breaker updated with iOS4 Software support Microsoft Offers Developers Cloud Security Tips

10 MIN2010 JUN 21
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TiS #19 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS 18 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Microsoft Launches Centralized Fraud Alert System For Reporting Stolen Data New Bill Gives Obama ‘Kill Switch’ To Shut Down The Internet High-living hacker swaps Porsche for porridge New cyber security threats facing the public sector Apple secretly updates Mac malware protection Mark Weatherford Resigns as California CISO

13 MIN2010 JUN 19
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TiS 18 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS # 17 Today In Security 6-14-2010 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Massive keylogger cache posted to Pastebin.com Google responds to privacy probe ‘Bug’ Sneaks Stealth Download into Microsoft Security Patch Malware Leads to Breach of Student Data Top 10 Most Pirated Movies on BitTorrent California Fines Five Hospitals For Failure To Protect Patient Data Statement of fees 2009/2010 malware attack spammed out

11 MIN2010 JUN 14
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TiS # 17 Today In Security 6-14-2010 Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS # 16 Today In Security Niko Depofi – Chris Pope

New issues with Adobe Flash, Google search links could compromise your [WoW] account Microsoft finally fixes Pwn2Own browser flaw A swarm of Safari security holes: Mac and Windows users told to update Olympus apologises after shipping malware-laced cameras in Japan Banks increase information security budgets as threats evolve BP ‘manipulating search results’ on Google following oil spill Ecuador Government Web Site Attack Researchers: Poor password practices hurt security for all

9 MIN2010 JUN 10
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TiS # 16 Today In Security Niko Depofi – Chris Pope

TiS #15 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

QoTD on Aurora Attacks OpenBitTorrent Tracker Returns After Hollywood Shutdown Taiwanese phishermen rip off American troops and their families Symantec Hosted Services’ Top 5 Security Threats Facebook likejacking attacks continue with ‘Paramore n-a-k-ed photo leaked!’ Ex-call center operator pleads guilty to bank fraud Microsoft bites back at Google’s Windows snub

13 MIN2010 JUN 3
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TiS #15 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Tis #14 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Microsoft staying silent over security patching Windows Mobile Trojan frags gamers Facebook: Screw You, Privacy Hugger Cybersecurity Regulations Pass House Threat Outbreak Alert: Fake Gusanito E-postcards E-mail Messages on May 31, 2010 Your favorite malware authors: Now on Twitter! Cyber Thieves Rob Treasury Credit Union Intego Security Alert: OSX/OpinionSpy Spyware Installed by Freely Distributed Mac Applications

13 MIN2010 JUN 2
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Tis #14 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS 013, Today in Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Web Start-Ups Offer Bargains for Users’ Data Healthcare vulnerability to data breach Missing records on stolen laptop from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Inefficient Security Makes VA Systems Vulnerable Alleged $100M scareware sellers facing charges 2010 FIFA World Cup – Spammers Raise Their Game Facebook Clickjack Worm Vectored Attack Reports

15 MIN2010 JUN 1
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TiS 013, Today in Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

TiS 012 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope

Supreme Court Rules Pirate Bay Must Stay Blocked Offshore Oil Rig Accident Lessons Spill into IT Five indicted in cybertheft of city’s bank accounts Mac as a means of distributing malware 44 Million Stolen Gaming Credentials Uncovered

15 MIN2010 MAY 27
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TiS 012 Today In Security Niko DePofi – Chris Pope
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