As we finish the first season of the security tools podcast, we invite you to check out our new twice-weekly livestream, Hacking with Friends!
Every Tuesday and Friday, join us to try out new hackin...Show More
Not everyone with a job in cybersecurity is a professional hacker. Nick is a mechanical engineering student at UCLA who also presents on one of the largest infosec channels on YouTube and writes his o...Show More
Canarytokins are like honeypots that can be applied to any file, and routinely catch hackers by alerting when sensitive files are touched. Learn how Thinkst detected unauthorized access to a server th...Show More
Facial recognition is popping up everywhere, making defeating it a tempting target for hackers. I speak with Vic Harkness from F-Secure about where you can expect to find facial recognition now, how p...Show More
DoNotPay is an automation service which makes it easy to interface with different legal services which are usually costly or require expensive expert advice.
By automating legal services for everyth...Show More
Mathy Vanhoef is a researcher who focuses on the security of Wi-Fi and other important protocols, often discovering issues that impact all 9 billion plus devices using Wi-Fi. We discuss some of the se...Show More
Seytonic is a YouTube creator who makes security content and Arduino-based hacking tools. We talk about what it's like to create content for hackers, his experience making hacker hardware, and why he ...Show More
What can you learn from the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals coming from smartphones and other wireless devices? If you're hacker Alex Lynd, you can use it to detect when someone is following you. We talk ...Show More