Show notes: Risky Business #266

Risky Business. Now in Hi-Fi STEREO!
December 7, 2012 -- 

Here are a bunch of links to the news stories discussed with Adam Boileau in this week's edition of Risky Business. I've also thrown in a link to the story about the Austrian police arresting the operator of a ToR exit node, PLUS Senetas's hybrid quantum encryption product page... because YEAH SCIENCE! MR. WHITE!! YEAH! (And yes, I wrote that because there's a Heisenberg reference in this week's sponsor interview.)

John McAfee Hospitalized in Guatemala | Threat Level |

Sophisticated botnet steals more than $47M by infecting PCs and phones | Ars Technica

Bank Agrees to Reimburse Hacking Victim $300K in Precedent-Setting Case | Threat Level |

Massive worm hits Tumblr, spams big blogs like USA Today | Security & Privacy - CNET News

Pentagon Deploying DARPA to Wage War on Backdoors | threatpost

Google Launches Private Android App Stores | threatpost

Hackers steal customer info from insurance provider Nationwide | Security & Privacy - CNET News

U.S., U.K. caught in middle of huge Swiss spy data leak -- report | Security & Privacy - CNET News

ATM Thieves Swap Security Camera for Keyboard — Krebs on Security

Twitter SMS bug lets hackers tweet via other users' accounts | Security & Privacy - CNET News

Security Essentials fails latest AV-Test | Security & Privacy - CNET News

Judge Gives Bradley Manning Permission to Plead Guilty for WikiLeaks Dumps | Threat Level |

Congress Demands United Nations Keep Hands Off the Internet | Threat Level |

Mac malware follows Flashback - Applications - SC Magazine Australia - Secure Business Intelligence,mac-malware-follows-flashback.aspx

Six Security Flaws Fixed in BIND 9.9.2 | threatpost

Microsoft Fixing 11 Vulnerabilities for December Patch Tuesday | threatpost

Experts Downplay MySQL Database Zero-Days | threatpost

Austrian Police Raid ToR Exit Node Admin,tor-exit-node-operator-raided-b...

Senetas - Hybrid Quantum Encryption


foxie.claire's picture

Being hospitalized in Guatemala is really interesting. I would want to know what the hospital looks like in there. - Feed the Children Reviews