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Unnamed Reverse Engineering Podcast

Tuesday, Jul 10th, 2018

Alvaro and Gareth talked to Joe Grand on the ferry back from ToorCamp. [ continue ]

Supplyframe Hardware

Monday, Jun 11th, 2018

Technology embedded in our clothing and optical data transmissions. What a time to be alive! At the Hardware Developers Didactic Galactic 31, a pair of extremely talented engineers took the stage to talk about some truly awesome developments in the world of technology. [ continue ]

Hackaday

Sunday, Jun 10th, 2018

Joe walked us through the OpticSpy, his newest hardware product that had its genesis in some of the earliest days of data leakage. [ continue ]

The Parallax

Thursday, May 24th, 2018

It was not the usual Congressional scene in room 2237 of the Rayburn House Office Building on Tuesday afternoon. More people in the audience than usual had hair dyed pink or green, and opted for T-shirts instead of button-down attire. And the name tags on the table in front of the room sported an unusual set of monikers: Kingpin, Mudge, Weld Pond, and Space Rogue. The occasion was a reunion of four members of the hacking collective L0pht Heavy Industries, almost 20 years after they warned of rampant insecurity online in the Senate’s first cybersecurity hearing. [ continue ]

Washington Post

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018

Twenty years ago this week, a collective of young hackers came to Washington with a warning for Congress: Software and computer networks everywhere were woefully insecure. During that now-infamous hearing in May 1998, one told senators that “any of the seven individuals seated before you” could take down the Internet in just half an hour. In a return trip to Capitol Hill on Tuesday, the same hackers offered a similarly bleak assessment: Digital security is hardly any better. [ continue ]

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