August 15, 2011 – Episode 225
Episode 225 of The CyberJungle is about 32 minutes long. You can hear it by clicking on the flash player below. The interview begins at about 23min. 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.
To listen to Episode 225 via the flash player:
Cracking iPhone/iPad encryption; Andrey Belenko the developer of a new iOS encryption cracking tool by ElcomSoft
Our Take On This Week’s News
A Bay Area Rapid Transit (Bart) Site Attacked by Anonymous, thousands of rider email addresses and passwords exposed.
Unmanned areal vehicle boom? Two takes:
Open source edition: The Quadshot is a new kind of remote-control aircraft. It melds advanced open-source hardware, software and a unique airframe to provide the best parts of flying quadrocopters and airplanes. I saw the Quadshot while in the hallways of DefCon19. The creators claim it can be equipped with surveillance cameras. The next frontier in digital forensics? Quadshot is a Kickstart project, and the creators are looking to raise $25,000. Donors get the device once the funds are raised. See the link to the Kickstarter project, and all the details on the FlyQuadShot site. Download a conversation with Peter, one of the creators of Quadshot, recorded at DefCon19.
To listen to the interview with Peter, one of the creators of Quadshot, via the flash player:
Closed source edition: Lockheed’s Maple Seed “Drone”
Tales From The Dark Web
Anonymous creating more sophisticated DoS tools: New hacking tools being developed to attack websites
Apple Releases Full Page Welcome to IBM 30 Years Ago Yesterday
Las Vegas Hotel Point of Sale System Repeatedly “Hacked?” Read Samantha Stone’s DefCon story in the Las Vegas Review Journal