Gain some insights into the OpenVAS project, why you might want to use it and some of the best implementations. This segment will dive right into the extended setup by compiling OpenVAS, and all components, from source code.
In an overabundance of caution, we have decided to flip this year’s SW Unlocked to a virtual format. The safety of our listeners and hosts is our number one priority. We will miss seeing you all in person, but we hope you can still join us at Security Weekly Unlocked Virtual! The event will now take place on Thursday, Dec 16 from 9am-6pm ET. You can still register for free at https://securityweekly.com/unlocked.
Sr. InfoSec Consultant – Online Business Systems at Online Business Sytems
Jayson joins us to discuss how he is using, and social engineering, AI to help with his security engagements. We also talk about the low-tech tools he employs to get the job done, some tech tools that are in play, and the most important part of any security testing: Talking to people, creating awareness, and great reporting.
The latest attacks against WiFi, its illegal to break encryption, BLE Padlocks are as secure as you think, when command not found attacks, how did your vibrator get infected...with malware, the OT jackpot, the backdoor in a random CSRF library, it’s a vulnerability but there is no CVE, car theft and Canada, Glubteba, and settings things on fire!
Saša Zdjelar joins us on this episode to dive into how organizations can manage supply chain risk, including the current challenges we face and how best to deal with them.
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