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December 7, 2010 – Episode 190

Posted in Breach, Court Cases, criminal forensics, darkweb, ediscovery, Show Notes, The CyberJungle, Uncategorized, Vulnerabilities with tags , , , on December 7, 2010 by datasecurityblog

Episode 190 of  The Cyberjungle  is 36 minutes long. You can hear it by clicking on the flash player below, or you can go to the listening options page and browse for other ways to hear the show.

To listen to Episode 190 via the flash player:


Interview with Marc Maiffret, eEye CTO, on 0days, and a new free 0day detection tool. Read the announcement: eEye Delivers Centralized, End-to-End Vulnerability and Compliance Management Solution. White paper from eEye.

Tales from the Dark Web

The King of Spam gets busted while shopping for custom car accessories at SEMA Las Vegas.

Our Take On This Week’s News

Warrantless tracking of car rentals, credit card sales, and even supermarket club cards: Researcher Christopher Soghoian discovered law enforcement uses something called a “hotwatch order” that allows real-time surveillance of purchases and movement.

Think Hillary Clinton is p o’d at Julian Assange? What about this woman, whose chats, emails, photos, and facebook messages were turned over to New York Magazine, reportedly by Wikileaks. Poor Claire… now friends know she hates their weddings, and her boss knows what she thinks about him. Nice of New York Mag to redact the name of Claire’s boss, but it was kind of a meaningless gesture since they posted a photo of her.

Sherrif’s Department Data Breach could put people at risk. IT staffer posts confidential law enforcement data to an unprotected web server. Poor policy, poor procedures, or both?