Archive | May, 2014

Down the Rabbithole Security Newscast: Heartbleed, hackers, passwords, and more

Listen to the latest episode of the Down the Rabbithole (DtR) Security Newscast with Raf Los (@Wh1t3Rabbit)  and James Jardine (@JardineSoftware). We record the DtR Newscast every other Monday to engage in spirited discussion about security topics in the news. More than a run-down of the news, it’s our unfiltered (but safe for work) discussion of top […]

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Heartbleed And Passwords

Right around this same time last week there was a flurry of activity for those responsible for deployments leveraging OpenSSL. Yep, I’m talking about Heartbleed. So after we go through all of the patching and re-keying, it’s now time to consider password changes. This post isn’t about Heartbleed, it’s about passwords and what the bad guys […]

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