March 21, 2011 – Episode 205

Episode 205 of  The CyberJungle is about 43 minutes long.  You can hear it by clicking on the flash player below. You may download the file directly – great for listening on many smartphones. Or, you may go to the listening options page and browse for other ways to hear the show. The interviews start at about the 30:30 mark.

To listen to Episode 205 via the flash player:


Interview: Peter Schlampp, VP Product Management, Solara Networks on the RSA SecureID breach and network forensics

Our Take on The Week’s News

Web browser anti-tracking: Read, “Do not track tools push firms to crossroad,” by James Temple in the SF Gate.

RSA SecureID breach: An Analytical Brief by NSS Labs

Does transparency webapp threaten citizen data when authenticating users? Read “Big Brother Has Been Watching

Civil court action used to take down evil botnet: Read “With Rustock, a New Twist on Fighting Internet Crime” by IDG’s Robert McMillan. CORRECTION: FireEye worked on this takedown, not eEye, as stated by Ira.

Ghostery allows you to block scripts from companies that you don’t trust, delete local shared objects, and even block images and iframes.

BetterPrivacy is a Firefox plug-in which protects from usually not deletable LSOs.

Tales from the Dark Web: What do you get when you stir up a pot full of natural disasters, social media alerts, Java exploits and rogue anti-virus? Read the M86 analysis.


Supreme Court To Hear Arguments in ID Search Case: The case concerns an unlawful police stop. Defendant asserts that police had no basis for pulling his car over and then running his license.  EPIC’s amicus brief.


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