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Security Now 594: A Look Into PHP Malware Special thanks goes to Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte of Security Now. I am not affiliated with Steve, Leo, GRC, or Twit, but love their work. I take notes for continuing education credits and wanted to to save them somewhere. I do my best to make sure my notes are… Security Now 287: BitCoin CryptoCurrency 2011-02-09 Bitcoin coverage is from 0:41:25 to the end of the netcast , Steve Gibson's Explanation of Bitcoin sidenotes and errata Security Now! Weekly Internet Security Podcast: Steve and Leo discuss the week's major security events and discuss questions and comments from listeners of previous episodes. They tie up loose ends, explore a wide range of topics that are too small to fill their own episode, clarify any confusion from previous installments, and present real world 'application notes' for any of the security ... Steve Gibson's here to talk about, yes, even more Spectre-related attacks, highlights from last Tuesday's monthly patch event, GPS spoofing - yeah, it's as bad as it sounds. And he was blown away by the amount of detail revealed in last Friday's Department of Justice indictment against Russian spies, basically. He talks about that, too. It's all coming up next on Security Now!. Security Now 287: BitCoin CryptoCurrency Security Updates. 5:08-19:35 Microsoft's patch Tuesday 22 flaws patched, 5 rated critical, including the recent MHTML zero day flaw.

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Hosts:Steve Gibson with Leo Laporte Patch tuesday, laptop camera surveillance, Yahoo! messenger worm, and more. Security Now shownotes For 16kpbs versions, transcripts, and notes (including fixes ... This demo shows a prototype bitcoin brain wallet generator. Generation is done entirely offline ensuring the brain wallet pass phrase and private key are kept safely away from the reach of malware. Steve Gibson talks about "Popcorn Time" the latest twist in file encrypting malware, that gives you a choice of paying one bitcoin OR successfully infecting two other people to get your files back. Close. This video is unavailable. Building on Bitcoin conference Lisbon, 3-4 July 2018 Adam Gibson: CoinJoinXT ... and other techniques for deniable transfers Transcript : ...