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June 21, 2019
127-Back to Privacy
This week I return to news and commentary about the latest privacy concerns and present a dark web OSINT tip. Support for this show comes directly from the IntelTechniques online OSINT & Privacy video training. We now have over 300 videos with over 100 hours of content, with more added every month. Listeners of this show always receive a 25% discount at https://inteltechniques.com/25. Listen to all episodes at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html SHOW NOTES: BACK TO PRIVACY: Bank Fail Inline Scripts: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ublock-origin/ Anonymous Apple Purchase Update Apple Sign In: https://techcrunch.com/2019/06/03/apple-sign-in-privacy/ Ebay Data Removal: https://www.ebay.com/help/account/changing-account-settings/closing-account?id=4199 JoinToken Failure: https://jointoken.com https://globalnews.ca/news/5347720/weight-loss-grants-customer-health-information/ OSINT: https://darksearch.io Data Removal Workbook: https://inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf Affiliate Links: PIA: https://privateinternetaccess.com/pages/buy-vpn/crimeinfo Amazon: http://amzn.to/2IAyNzm
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June 14, 2019
126-A Bad Week for OSINT, Great for Privacy
This week I discuss the disappearance of many online investigation resources such as Facebook Graph, Pipl (Free), and numerous custom OSINT search tools. On the flip-side, I talk about how this is beneficial toward privacy. Support for this show comes from the training and services provided at IntelTechniques.com. Check us out. Listen to all episodes or find show notes at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html
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33 min
June 7, 2019
125-What Happened?
This week I discuss the attacks toward the site which forced removal of the online OSINT tools.
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May 31, 2019
124-Does DNS Matter?
This week I am joined by Jim Nitterauer to discuss DNS services and how it may protect your internet traffic. Support for this show comes directly from the IntelTechniques online OSINT & Privacy video training. We now have over 300 videos with over 100 hours of content, with more added every month. Listeners of this show always receive a 25% discount at https://inteltechniques.com/25. Listen to all episodes at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html SHOW NOTES: DOES DNS MATTER?: @jnitterauer jim@creativedata.net https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wl-M007tFO0 DNS Risks Browsers using embedded DNS Provider Comparison Google 8.8.8.8 Cloudflare 1.1.1.1 Quad9 9.9.9.9 OpenDNS  208.67.222.222 DNS Encryption: DNS over HHTPS vs DNS over TLS Firefox Configurations: network.trr.mode from 0 to 2. network.security.esni.enabled from False to True network.trr.uri (CF by default) Test: https://www.cloudflare.com/ssl/encrypted-sni/ Data Removal Workbook: https://inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf Affiliate Links: PIA: https://privateinternetaccess.com/pages/buy-vpn/crimeinfo ProtonVPN: https://protonvpn.net?aid=IntelTechniques Amazon: http://amzn.to/2IAyNzm Silent Pocket: https://silent-pocket.com/discount/IntelTechniques
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May 24, 2019
123-Researching & Acquiring Data Breaches & Leaks
This week my guest Jesse and I talk about researching data breaches and leaks, and the conversation goes much deeper than any other discussion I have had on this show about the topic. This should offer some insight for both the privacy crowd and the OSINT enthusiasts. I also discuss the latest privacy news since the last show. Support for this show comes directly from the IntelTechniques online OSINT & Privacy video training. We now have over 300 videos with over 100 hours of content, with more added every month. Listeners of this show always receive a 25% discount at https://inteltechniques.com/25. SHOW NOTES: INTRO: https://krebsonsecurity.com/2019/05/account-hijacking-forum-ogusers-hacked/ https://www.wired.com/story/rants-and-raves-square-emails/ https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/05/08/airbnb_host_jailed/ https://blog.mozilla.org/firefox/block-cryptominers-with-firefox/ https://blog.mozilla.org/firefox/how-to-block-fingerprinting-with-firefox/ https://medium.com/coinmonks/the-most-expensive-lesson-of-my-life-details-of-sim-port-hack-35de11517124 RESEARCHING & ACQUIRING DATA BREACHES & LEAKS: Breach vs Leak Database comparisons Service Comparisons: https://www.shodan.io/ https://www.binaryedge.io/ Search Strings: https://www.shodan.io/search?query=product%3Aelastic+port%3A9200+ https://www.shodan.io/search?query=product%3AMongoDB+ Demo: https://www.shodan.io/search?query=product%3Aelastic+port%3A9200+instagram http://3.8.0.106:9200/instagram/_search?size=100 CFAA: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_Fraud_and_Abuse_Act Data Removal Workbook: https://inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf Affiliate Links: PIA: https://privateinternetaccess.com/pages/buy-vpn/crimeinfo ProtonVPN: https://protonvpn.net?aid=IntelTechniques Amazon: http://amzn.to/2IAyNzm Silent Pocket: https://silent-pocket.com/discount/IntelTechniques
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83 min
May 10, 2019
122-Listener Questions
This week I discuss the Firefox Addons certificate fiasco and tackle numerous listener questions about privacy, security, and OSINT concerns. Listen to all episodes at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html Direct support for this podcast comes from the services provided at IntelTechniques.com. If you are in need of my online OSINT and Privacy video training, a live course for your team, an online investigation or background check, or a direct consultation with me due to a more serious privacy issue, our team has you covered. The online training now contains over 300 videos with over 100 hours of real content. Please check out our offerings over at IntelTechniques.com, and take advantage of a 25% discount on the online training at IntelTechniques.com/25. Your business keeps this podcast free of advertisements and eliminates sponsored messages. PRIVACY QUESTIONS: You mentioned a network-wide ad blocker last week. Have you tried Pi-Hole? If so, any thoughts? Did you know that Brew for Mac has Google analytics embedded into it? Does that change your opinion of using it? if someone went through a complete opt out process and removed everything connected to their home address, then began using a PO/CMRA/PMB for all official mail, would you recommend to resubmit the opt outs for the PMB address? Purism recently announced their ‘Google replacement’ concept, Librem One. What are your thoughts? You talked about some researchers accesing an open mongodb or elastic “database”, isn’t this illegal under CFAA? One thing is finding them and alerting the company but another thing is actually going through the “files” and downloading the data. Can you please talk about this? I was wondering if you had any general tips for someone at my age. (18-24). I find that I do not appear on many (if any at all) of the OSINT resources that you have on your site, probably as a result of my age. I have become a legal adult only a few years ago, and I want to take advantage of this fact. How can I PREVENT myself from appearing on any of these databases etc. Someone I know works in the small loan industry and they scolded me for not having a social media presence, because they take social media into account when approving loans. How likely is this to be a consideration in various sectors like finance in the US? When traveling abroad, should I take a travel-only phone with me? I use the Bluetooth feature on my car stereo. Is this a privacy risk? I understand the use of a VPN to protect one’s traffic from that “hacker in a coffeeshop” idea. But why use one at home? If you fear that your ISP is watching your traffic, aren’t you just handing that power over to the VPN company now to do the same? My estate planning attorney checked out titling our home with a Living or Land Trust. Unfortunately, in my county if you title in either way then you have to forfeit the homestead tax credit. This credit is a big portion of figuring the property taxes you owe. If you remove the credit you end up paying a lot more taxes – which I don’t have. Is there some other trick or way to still get the homestead tax credit yet have one’s primary home be titled in a Living or Land Trust? As a listener with a family and children, being able to call 911 at home and when in public is a priority. How do you handle that situation with MySudo? OSINT QUESTIONS: While currently working on developing my OSINT skill set, I often wonder what would be 3 things that any good OSINT investigator should be able to do. Do you have any preference in virtual currency search options? It seems there are a ton of sites to search wallets and BTC addresses but all have different results.
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66 min
May 3, 2019
121-This Week in Privacy & OSINT
This week I discuss my recent exposure using a credit card at a coffee shop, United Airlines' announcement to cover the cameras facing every passenger, another open database leak, the potential malware present on Dell computers, private baby names (seriously…), and five OSINT tips for online investigations. Support for this show comes directly from the IntelTechniques online OSINT & Privacy video training. We now have over 100 hours of content, with more added every month. Listeners of this show always receive a 25% discount at https://inteltechniques.com/25. Listen to all episodes at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html INTRO: Mark Z. THIS WEEK IN PRIVACY: Square Readers https://www.forbes.com/sites/kateoflahertyuk/2019/04/30/data-of-80-million-americans-exposed-in-mystery-database-mega-leak https://www.shodan.io/search?query=product%3Aelastic+port%3A9200+nal https://d4stiny.github.io/Remote-Code-Execution-on-most-Dell-computers/ https://ppw.kuleuven.be/okp/_pdf/Laham2012TNPEW.pdf https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/02683940810849648 https://www.aeaweb.org/articles?id=10.1257/0002828042002561 THIS WEEK IN OSINT: https://emailrep.io/ https://leadferret.com/search https://vincheck.info/free-license-plate-lookup/ https://www.vehiclehistory.com/license-plate-search/ https://inteltechniques.com/buscador/index.html LISTENER QUESTIONS NEXT WEEK: privacypodcast@protonmail.com Data Removal Workbook: https://inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf Affiliate Links: PIA: https://privateinternetaccess.com/pages/buy-vpn/crimeinfo ProtonVPN: https://protonvpn.net?aid=IntelTechniques Amazon: http://amzn.to/2IAyNzm Silent Pocket: https://silent-pocket.com/discount/IntelTechniques
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33 min
April 26, 2019
120-Private Purchase Failures
This week, I discuss recent privacy news, my failed attempt to buy anonymous iPhones, how prepaid credit cards can get us in trouble, and a new Instagram search tool that can help query bio information. Support for this show comes directly from the IntelTechniques online OSINT & Privacy video training. We now have over 90 hours of content, with more added every month. Listeners of this show always receive a 25% discount at https://inteltechniques.com/25. Listen to all episodes at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html SHOW NOTES: INTRO: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/ywyz3x/hackers-could-read-your-hotmail-msn-outlook-microsoft-customer-support https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/opinion/internet-privacy-project.html https://internethealthreport.org/2019/23-reasons-not-to-reveal-your-dna/ https://customercare.23andme.com/hc/en-us/articles/212170688-Requesting-account-closure https://www.foxnews.com/tech/teens-1b-suit-claims-apples-facial-recognition-software-led-to-false-arrest PRIVATE PURCHASE FAILURES: https://www.apple.com/shop/product/MP7X2LL/A/iphone-se-128gb-space-gray-unlocked https://mygift.giftcardmall.com/#transactionsOSINT:https://www.searchmy.bio/search?q=gmail.com Data Removal Workbook: https://inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf Affiliate Links: PIA: https://privateinternetaccess.com/pages/buy-vpn/crimeinfo ProtonVPN: https://protonvpn.net?aid=IntelTechniques Amazon: http://amzn.to/2IAyNzm Silent Pocket: https://silent-pocket.com/discount/IntelTechniques
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60 min
April 12, 2019
119-How to Find Hidden Recording Devices
This week, my guest is Tom Gibbons, and he will explain the best ways to locate hidden recording devices such as microphones and cameras. Also, I have a slew of recent privacy news and a new OSINT tip to discuss. Support for this show comes directly from the IntelTechniques online OSINT & Privacy video training. We now have over 85 hours of content, with more added every month. Listeners of this show always receive a 25% discount at https://inteltechniques.com/25.Listen to all episodes at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html SHOW NOTES: Apple Update https://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2019/04/10/what-happened-when-the-dea-demanded-passwords-from-lastpass/#10f93bdb7ebe https://www.zdnet.com/article/cybercrime-market-selling-full-digital-fingerprints-of-over-60000-users/ https://www.bombitup.net/ https://www.foxnews.com/tech/thousands-of-amazon-workers-listening-to-alexa-recordings-hear-personal-information-even-potential-crimes-report https://news.sky.com/story/family-discovers-hidden-camera-livestreaming-in-airbnb-11684049 HOW TO FIND HIDDEN RECORDING DEVICES: Tom Gibbons http://www.tscmnet.com/ Thermal Imaging Camera: https://amzn.to/2UJF70w Network Scanning Apps: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/blue-hound/id1067368392?mt=8 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.overlook.android.fing&hl=en_US OSINT: https://www.carvana.com/trades/new?licenseplate=HACKER&state=CA Data Removal Workbook: https://inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf Affiliate Links: PIA: https://privateinternetaccess.com/pages/buy-vpn/crimeinfo ProtonVPN: https://protonvpn.net?aid=IntelTechniques Amazon: http://amzn.to/2IAyNzm Silent Pocket: https://silent-pocket.com/discount/IntelTechniques
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62 min
April 5, 2019
118-How Neighborhood Watch Watches You
This week I call a company which provides neighborhoods with license plate readers, plus a new email breach notification API in the OSINT segment. Show Notes: New (Cheaper) Silent Pocket Faraday Bags: https://silent-pocket.com/discount/IntelTechniquesWebinar now offline HOW NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH WATCHES YOU: Discussion & Call OSINT: https://portal.spycloud.com/endpoint/enriched-stats/test@test.com Data Removal Workbook: https://inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf Affiliate Links: PIA: https://privateinternetaccess.com/pages/buy-vpn/crimeinfo Amazon: http://amzn.to/2IAyNzm Silent Pocket: https://silent-pocket.com/discount/IntelTechniques
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March 29, 2019
117-This Week In Privacy
This week I discuss the latest privacy news and threats including the new Apple credit card, more spy cameras in hotels & Airbnbs, another family tracking DB leak, and how to make $122M sending out bogus invoices. Plus, an “Offense/Defense” style of the OSINT section returns with nextdoor.com. Finally, Listener questions tackle Walmart surveillance video and the removal of sponsors for the show. Show notes at: https://inteltechniques.com/blog/2019/03/29/the-privacy-security-osint-show-episode-117/ Support for this show comes directly from the IntelTechniques online OSINT & Privacy video training. We now have over 85 hours of content, with more added every month. Today, I posted the video from yesterday’s webinar about email address investigations. Listeners of this show always receive a 25% discount at https://inteltechniques.com/25.
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55 min
March 22, 2019
116-OSINT Basics & Careers
This week long-time guests Justin Seitz and Jason join me to talk about Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) basics and careers. We start from the beginning and work our way through a potential career for you in the growing OSINT community. Show notes at https://inteltechniques.com/blog/2019/03/22/the-privacy-security-osint-show-episode-116/
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69 min
March 15, 2019
115-Back to Basics: The Costs of Privacy
This week I talk about the costs associated with privacy. I provide my top-5 list for each category: Free, Affordable, and Expensive. I also present an OSINT segment about license plate searching. Show notes can be found at https://inteltechniques.com/blog/2019/03/15/the-privacy-security-osint-show-episode-115/. Support for this podcast comes directly from my online training. Listeners always receive a 25% discount at https://inteltechniques.com/25.
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46 min
March 8, 2019
114-Fallout from the Previous Show
This week I discuss the aftermath of last weeks show about the data which Apple stores about us, and present ten new sources for downloading your data from the biggest online companies. Whether you are a casual surfer, online investigator, or extreme privacy enthusiast, you should see what is being shared about you! I also bring back the Listener Questions segment, and this week is all about OSINT. Show notes at: https://inteltechniques.com/blog/2019/03/08/the-privacy-security-osint-show-episode-114/
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45 min
March 1, 2019
113-The Creepy Things Apple Knows About You (and Me)
This week I discuss the documents received from Apple disclosing the data stored with my various Apple IDs, and discover that my alias accounts did not disguise my true identity. Show notes at https://inteltechniques.com/blog/2019/03/01/the-privacy-security-osint-show-episode-113/
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39 min
February 22, 2019
112-Privacy Lessons from the Road
This week I discuss some lessons learned when attempting anonymous travel, the most recent privacy related news, Facebook’s search changes, and a site that generates photos of people who do not exist. All episodes and show notes can be found at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html
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40 min
February 8, 2019
111-Back to Basics: Phones & MySudo
This week I revisit the need for an anonymous telephone and explain my latest use cases for MySudo. Later in the show, Paul Ashley, CTO at Anonyome Labs, joins me to give us the latest MySudo updates. Listen to all shows or subscribe: https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html Show Notes: https://inteltechniques.com/blog/2019/02/08/the-privacy-security-osint-show-episode-111/
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81 min
February 1, 2019
110-Testing Your Online Security
This week I discuss easy ways to test your VPN, DNS, Browsers, extensions, and custom settings. I also revisit canary tokens as a test of your potential exposure. All episodes and show notes can be found at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html.
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58 min
January 25, 2019
109-Privacy News & Buscador 2.0 Release
This week I talk about the latest privacy news and David Westcott joins me to announce the official release of the free Buscador OSINT Virtual Machine. Listen to all episodes at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html
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76 min
January 18, 2019
108-Our TV's, Doorbells, & Private Messengers Are Spying On Us
This week I discuss the latest smart-home threats and Justin Seitz joins me to talk about how you may be exposing your IP address on instant messengers.
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55 min
January 11, 2019
107-Listener Questions
This week I attempt to answer the most common questions sent from listeners over the past month. Sponsored this week by @silentpocket & @Authentic8. All episodes available at IntelTechniques.com.
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61 min
January 3, 2019
106-Blur Breach, Fake Porn, & Domain Histories
This week I discuss the Abine/Blur breach, more fake porn issues for my clients, and revisit the power of domain registration archives for online investigations. New data removal workbook available at: https://inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf
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58 min
December 28, 2018
105-Advanced Disinformation & Telephone Archives
This week I wrap up the discussion about disinformation techniques and present a new OSINT tool that pulls historic phone numbers, names, and addresses. Listen to all shows or subscribe at inteltechniques.com/podcast.html. Data Removal Workbook: inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf
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50 min
December 21, 2018
104-Australia vs. Privacy
This week, I talk with Paul Ashley about the Australian Assistance and Access Act and what it means to all of us globally. I also recap the recent OSINT webinar and discuss new ways of searching breach data. Listen to all shows or subscribe at inteltechniques.com/podcast.html. Data Removal Workbook: inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf
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62 min
December 14, 2018
103-Intermediate Disinformation, Reputation Mgmt, & Usenet Archives
This week I continue the conversation about disinformation tactics, introduce the idea of future reputation management, and discuss a recent OSINT project collecting Usenet archive data. Listen to all shows or subscribe at inteltechniques.com/podcast.html. Data Removal Workbook: inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf
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59 min
December 8, 2018
102-A Bad Week for Hotels and Their Customers
This week I discuss the Marriott breach, a sextortion update, and some Facebook search tips involving locations. Listen to all shows or subscribe at inteltechniques.com/podcast.html. Upcoming Free OSINT Webinar: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/1zw9cf6efkbh&eom Data Removal Workbook: inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf
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56 min
November 30, 2018
101-Basic Disinformation & Covert OSINT Accounts
This week I talk about basic disinformation techniques in order to achieve greater privacy and better ways to create and maintain covert online OSINT accounts. Listen to all shows or subscribe at inteltechniques.com/podcast.html. Upcoming Free OSINT Webinar: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/1zw9cf6efkbh&eom Data Removal Workbook: inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf
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53 min
November 23, 2018
100-Alex Goldman, Frank Ahearn, & Justin Seitz
This week my guests are Reply All co-host Alex Goldman, best selling privacy author Frank Ahearn, and OSINT guru Justin Seitz. Listen to all shows or subscribe at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html. Upcoming Free OSINT Webinar: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/1zw9cf6efkbh&eom Data Removal Workbook: https://inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf Reply All Podcast: https://www.gimletmedia.com/reply-all/
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66 min
November 16, 2018
099-Some Show Housekeeping
This week, I clean up after the last two shows, answering numerous questions and providing clarification on the topics. An important new Offense/Defense discusses testing our OSINT on ourselves before a target, and two questions about anonymous vehicle registration as a response to increased license plate readers. Listen to all shows or subscribe at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html. Upcoming Free OSINT Webinar: https://cc.readytalk.com/registration/#/?meeting=xa4ctwkusl6i&campaign=1zw9cf6efkbh
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58 min
November 9, 2018
098-Sextortion, Data Breaches, and Anonymous Browsing
This week I discuss creepy new sextortion attacks, interview SpyCloud about data breaches, and review Authentic8's investigation browser.
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71 min
November 2, 2018
097-A Discussion on Cloud Storage with SpiderOak
This week I present new privacy threats, talk about secure cloud storage with SpiderOak, throw out a new Offense/Defense to consider, and make a couple of phone calls to tackle listener questions.
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65 min
October 26, 2018
096-Lessons Learned From My Latest Doxxing Attack
This week, Jason and I discuss lessons to be learned after an online group tried to dox me because of a forum post. Also, I provide a full review of Skopenow.com and we take listener questions.
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82 min
October 19, 2018
095-Better Email with Fastmail
This week I talk with the CEO from Fastmail about making email more secure, plus an extended OSINT segment on using data leaks from Dehashed.com combined with public hash data to identify new targets of investigations.
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75 min
October 12, 2018
094-Bruce Schneier
This week I interview Bruce Schneier about his new book and our privacy strategies.
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61 min
October 5, 2018
093-Social Engineering Revisited with Chris Hadnagy
This week Chris Hadnagy joins me to discuss the impacts of Social Engineering on Privacy.
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61 min
September 28, 2018
092-Call-In Show
This week I take random calls live and discuss the topics on listeners' minds.
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54 min
September 21, 2018
091-Privacy vs. OSINT with Justin Seitz
This week Justin Seitz joins me to talk about the impact of OSINT on privacy.
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90 min
September 14, 2018
090-Privacy vs. Online Dating
This week we talk with a group of singles about being private while dating online.
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63 min
September 7, 2018
089-More Privacy Problems
This week I discuss more privacy problems and solutions from my clients, a new OSINT Offense/Defense, and your listener questions.
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40 min
August 31, 2018
088-No, I did not quit the podcast...
This week Michael is driving solo and tackles the latest threats toward your privacy and security.
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37 min
July 27, 2018
087-Staying Private/Secure at Blackhat/Defcon
This week we discuss privacy and security considerations when attending hacking conferences.
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60 min
July 13, 2018
086-This Week In Privacy
This week we discuss the ProtonVPN allegations and other recent privacy-related news. Listen to all episodes at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html
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56 min
June 29, 2018
085-This Week In Privacy
This week we discuss a potential iOS vulnerability, embedded malware packages, software choice considerations, and new listener questions.
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59 min
June 22, 2018
084-This Week In Privacy
This week we talk about the encryption fails for Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen.
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51 min
June 15, 2018
083-This Week In Privacy
This week we talk about Firefox privacy extensions, Apple security changes, Copperhead OS, PIA logs, Wire support, and our new book.
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67 min
June 8, 2018
082-When Privacy Enthusiasts Die
What happens to all of our encrypted data and accounts when we die? This week, we discuss privacy considerations before we pass.
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90 min
June 1, 2018
081-Nomad Update
This week we discuss RFID blocking, catch up with Jesse and Cameron on their road to nomad life, explain Tinder offense and defense, and answer listener questions.
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68 min
May 19, 2018
080-This Week In Privacy
This week we talk about third parties buying cell location data, EFail hype, GDPR notices, DNA collection at birth, mic blocker fails, a new opt-out workbook, Offense/Defense, and your listener questions.
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59 min
May 12, 2018
079-Revisit Your Threat Model
This week we talk about different threat models, online photo storage solutions, and various digital security strategies.
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63 min
May 4, 2018
078-OnlyKey by CryptoTrust
This week we talk with CryptoTrust founder Tim Steiner about the OnlyKey USB device.
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57 min
April 27, 2018
077-This Week In Privacy Questions
This week we answer six listener questions and tackle an important new Offense/Defense
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30 min
April 20, 2018
076-Huge MySudo Updates from Steve Shillingford
This week, Anonyome Labs CEO Steve Shillingford co-hosts to discuss all things related to MySudo.
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83 min
April 13, 2018
075-A Conversation with the EFF
This week we sit down with the EFF to discuss secure messaging considerations.
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53 min
April 6, 2018
074-The Consequences of Leaving Facebook
This week, Aaron Frankel from In The Rabbit Hole joins us to explain his experiences while moving his business away from Facebook.
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42 min
March 30, 2018
073-This Week In Privacy
This week we discuss Facebook's latest privacy issues, Microsoft censoring your communication, Google tracking, the latest Offense/Defense, and listener questions.
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59 min
March 23, 2018
072-Switching to Linux-Part 4: Hurdles
This week we wrap up our Linux transition with our guest David Westcott, sponsored by System76.com.
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42 min
March 16, 2018
071-An Inside Look at People Search Sites
This week we get an inside peek of the people search website industry, and learn some surprising details.
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62 min
March 9, 2018
070-Switching to Linux-Part 3: Applications
This week we continue our conversation about switching to Linux, sponsored by System76.com.
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66 min
March 2, 2018
069-Nextcloud
This week we talk with Nextcloud about secure storage, calendars, notes, and more.
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68 min
February 23, 2018
068-Switching to Linux-Part 2: OS Choices
This week we continue our transition to 100% Linux by discussing considerations for choosing the most appropriate operating system.
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59 min
February 16, 2018
067-Sudden Wealth, What If You Won The Lottery?
This week, we discuss the woman holding out from her $560 Million lottery winning due to privacy concerns, and offer our advice.
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50 min
February 10, 2018
066-Switching to Linux-Part 1: Hardware
This week, System76.com sponsors our show and sends us a couple of laptops to help us transition 100% to Linux.
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63 min
February 2, 2018
065-Staying Safe with Mike Seeklander
This week we talk with Mike Seeklander about personal safety, catch-up on some previous issues, present a new Offense/Defense, and tackle your listener questions.
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70 min
January 26, 2018
064-Trusts Update & Employment Privacy
This week Jason co-hosts with Michael to discuss trusts, employment privacy, and DNA testing.
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85 min
January 19, 2018
063-Brave Browser
This week we talk with Jonathon Sampson from Brave about their privacy-focused browser.
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61 min
January 12, 2018
062-Keeping Your Data Private with Standard Notes
This week we talk about Standard Notes, present a new Offense/Defense, and answer your listener questions.
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71 min
January 5, 2018
061-Land Trusts Made Simple with Randy Hughes
This week we talk with Randy Hughes about using land trusts for privacy when owning a home.
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67 min
December 29, 2017
060-Hardware Privacy and Security with System76
This week we sit down with Sri and Jeremy from System76 to discuss their line of computers, disabling Intel's built-in "spyware", and other privacy options to consider with Linux machines.
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52 min
December 22, 2017
059-Michael returns to tackle listener questions
This week Michael returns to talk browsers and we answer many of our listener questions that have piled up. Offense/Defense returns and we explain how your VOIP provider can be determined during your outgoing calls. This week's episode is sponsored by Privacy.com.
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74 min
December 16, 2017
058-New To Privacy? Start Here
Privacy is a huge topic and knowing where to start can be overwhelming. This week Drew and I sit down to discuss how to overcome analysis paralysis and develop a plan to reclaim your right to privacy. Complete show notes available at https://operational-security.com/complete-privacy-security-podcast-e058
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74 min
December 8, 2017
057-Financial Privacy & Security
This week Jesse and I sit down with Joshua Sheats of the Radical Personal Finance Podcast. We discuss financial privacy & security issues and why financial stability is imperative to maintaining your personal privacy. Full show notes available at: https://operational-security.com/2017/12/cps-podcast-e058-financial-privacy-security/
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87 min
December 1, 2017
056-De-Google Your Life
This week Jason and I sit down to discuss de-Googling your life and explore alternatives to Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Maps, and more. Full show notes available at: https://operational-security.com/2017/11/complete-privacy-security-podcast-e056
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69 min
November 23, 2017
055-Privacy Nomads with Jesse & Cameron, Part II
This week Jesse and Cameron update us on their nomad status and give some advice that is valuable to anyone who would like to maintain an official mailing address that is discrete from their physical address.
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56 min
November 17, 2017
054-Back to Basics: Wi-Fi Security
This week Drew and I dive into the basics of Wi-Fi security: locking down your home network, setting up your device, and best practices for untrusted networks.
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74 min
November 11, 2017
053-Back to Basics: Usernames, Passwords, and Password Managers
This week Jesse and I discuss the very basic but critical topic of usernames, passwords, and password managers.
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59 min
November 3, 2017
052-Protecting Your Kids' Privacy
This week co-host Jason and I discuss protecting your childrens' privacy against Google, Facebook...and their schools.
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57 min
October 27, 2017
051-Protect Your Address with Snail Mail Control
This week we sit down to discuss mail control: how to get the mail you want, without compromising your address or getting annoying junk.
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46 min
October 20, 2017
050-Fiftieth Episode Privacy Round Table
This week we sit down with Drew, Jason, and Jesse for a round-table discussion of privacy and security issues.
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70 min
October 13, 2017
049-Why Every Home Needs a Proper Firewall
This week we talk with Brent from Protectli about the importance of a secure firewall to protect our home networks.
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54 min
October 6, 2017
048-Privacy Nomads with Jesse and Cameron
This week we bring Jesse and Cameron back to discuss their radical new privacy strategy.
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48 min
September 29, 2017
047-Virtual Currencies with Joey King
This week we talk with Joey King from bytesofman.com to discuss cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Monero.
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66 min
September 22, 2017
046-All of Our Hardware Is Vulnerable, Let's Fix It
This week we talk with Puri.sm Founder and CEO Todd Weaver about Open-Source hardware. We both learned a lot in this episode and encourage everyone to digest the content of this interview. Puri.sm may be a big game changer in how we choose hardware from now on.
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82 min
September 16, 2017
045-Windows: Part II
This week we continue our discussion about privacy and security considerations for Windows users.
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52 min
September 9, 2017
044-The Equifax Debacle
This week we interrupt our scheduled release to talk about the Equifax breach and our recommended actions. Full Credit Freeze Tutorial at https://privacy-training.com/CreditFreeze.pdf
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32 min
September 1, 2017
043-Windows: Part I
This week, we offer our privacy & security considerations when setting up a Windows computer, tackle listener questions, and provide a new OSINT resource.
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65 min
August 25, 2017
042-A Conversation with KeepassXC
This week we talk with Jonathan White about the KeepassXC Password Manager, tackle listener questions, and provide a new OSINT resource.
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50 min
August 19, 2017
041-Just 30 More Things...
This week we clear out our inbox yet again and tackle your questions.
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72 min
August 12, 2017
040-A Conversation with The Tor Project
This week, we talk with Colin Childs from the Tor Project, answer your questions from last week’s cell phone episode, and present a new OSINT technique for telephone number search.
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62 min
August 5, 2017
039-What Cell Companies Know About Us
This week Mike Dowd stops in to tell us what cell phone companies know and store about us.
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59 min
July 28, 2017
038-Balancing Privacy and Sanity
This week, "Jason" gives us tips for applying privacy strategies while maintaining a family and normal life.
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56 min
July 18, 2017
037-The Forensic Evidence on Our Phones
This week, Josh Huff stops in to talk about the data left behind on our phones.
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65 min
July 11, 2017
036-Andy Yen is back to discuss ProtonVPN
This week Andy Yen stops by to talk about the new release of ProtonVPN.
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75 min
July 4, 2017
035-Wire CEO Alan Duric
This week we talk with Alan Duric, CEO of the encrypted communications app Wire. We also tackle listener questions and offer a new OSINT tip.
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69 min
June 28, 2017
034-Our Sudo Strategies
This week we explain in detail how we use Sudo as part of our daily privacy strategies.
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53 min
June 20, 2017
033-Anonymous Purchase Strategies
This week we discus strategies for making anonymous purchases online and in person.
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78 min
June 13, 2017
032-Catching up from Manila
This week we meet up in person to discuss the past three weeks of Privacy and Security issues.
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46 min
May 24, 2017
031-Just 30 Quick Things...
This week we try to clear out the inbox of questions and complaints received from listeners.
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72 min
May 9, 2017
030-Faking Your Death with Elizabeth Greenwood
This week we talk with Elizabeth Greenwood, the author of Playing Dead: A Journey Through the World of Death Fraud, about faking your own death. We also tackle listener questions and provide a new Facebook OSINT technique.
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62 min
April 25, 2017
029-Android Security with Custom Roms
This week we learn about custom Android roms from Andy Higginbotham, reveal our results of the Faraday bag challenge, answer listener questions, and discuss a new mapping OSINT resource.
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71 min
April 18, 2017
028-Faraday Bags
This week, we talk with Aaron Zar, the founder and CEO of Silent Pocket, about everything related to Faraday bags. Plus, we whine more about Chrome, answer your listener questions, and offer a new technique in the OSINT segment.
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56 min
April 11, 2017
027-Social Engineering with Chris Hadnagy
This week, we talk with "HumanHacker" Chris Hadnagy about the aspects of social engineering regarding privacy and security. Plus, we answer listener questions and a present a new investigation technique in the OSINT segment.
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69 min
April 4, 2017
026-How a Cop Hides from the Internet
This week, we talk with M. A. Drew about his path to complete privacy & security. Plus, we answer listener questions and a present a new investigation technique in the OSINT segment.
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54 min
March 28, 2017
025-Custom Linux Builds for Privacy & Security
This week, we catch you up on Justin's 30 Day Security Challenge and David Westcott joins us to talk about the Buscador Linux build. Plus, we discuss web browsers, answer listener questions, and a present a new investigation technique in the OSINT segment.
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68 min
March 21, 2017
024-A Normal Guy Goes All-In
This week "Benjamin" stops by to explain how he went off-radar, listener questions, plus an OSINT segment on retrieving deleted Tweets.
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54 min
March 14, 2017
023-Michael Buys a New iPhone
This week, Michael purchases and secures a new iPhone while Justin gives out practical advice. Will Michael last a month without Android?
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76 min
March 10, 2017
022-Special Edition: The CIA Leaks
This special edition confronts the latest CIA Leaks that have generated a lot of interest this week.
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29 min
March 8, 2017
021-The Phone Debate: Android vs iOS
This week, we discuss our thoughts on Android vs iOS, and the privacy/security issues with each.
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79 min
February 28, 2017
020-Using YubiKeys for Enhanced Security
This week, we discuss how we use YubiKeys as part of our daily digital security routine. We also welcome Yubico as our first sponsor.
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70 min
February 22, 2017
019-PIA is here to discuss VPNs
This week we chat with a representative from Private Internet Access (PIA) to discuss VPNs.
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68 min
February 14, 2017
018-Listener Questions Part III
This week we tackle another round of listener questions about digital privacy and security.
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56 min
February 7, 2017
017-Andy Yen of ProtonMail
This week we sit down with ProtonMail CEO Andy Yen to discuss secure email communications.
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44 min
January 31, 2017
016-Catching Up from SLC
This week, we meet up at Sudo headquarters in Salt Lake City to catch up on the latest privacy threats.
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68 min
January 24, 2017
015-Privacy.com CEO Bo Jiang
This week we talk with the CEO of Privacy.com Bo Jiang about masked purchases.
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48 min
January 17, 2017
014-JJ Luna
This week we sit down with J.J. Luna, the original godfather of privacy.
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44 min
January 10, 2017
013-Blur CTO Andrew Sudbury
This week, we sit down with co-founder and CTO of the online privacy company Abine (maker of Blur) to talk about privacy masking.
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61 min
January 3, 2017
012-Listener Questions Part II
This week, we tackle more listener questions about all things related to privacy and digital security.
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56 min
December 27, 2016
011-Nine New Lives with Sudo CEO Steve Shillingford
This week we sit down with Sudo CEO Steve Shillingford to talk about their new privacy app.
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56 min
December 20, 2016
010-Listener Questions Part I
This week, we tackle several listener questions that have been piling up in our inboxes.
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56 min
December 13, 2016
009-That One Privacy Guy
This week we "Talk" with That One Privacy Guy.
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45 min
December 6, 2016
008-Backup Strategies
This week, we tackle important backup strategies.
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83 min
November 28, 2016
007-Email Strategies
In this episode, we discuss our recommended Email strategies for Privacy & Security.
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87 min
November 22, 2016
006-The Cost of Privacy
We discuss the extra costs often related to living a private and secure life. Sometimes, free options come at an unknown cost.
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83 min
November 14, 2016
005-OSINT Strategies for Privacy
In this episode, we discuss our recommended OSINT strategies for Privacy & Security.
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67 min
November 8, 2016
004-Setting Up Your Mac
In this episode, we discuss our recommended privacy and security software and settings for Mac computers.
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87 min
October 31, 2016
003-All Aboard the Privacy Train
Episode 003 interviews two friends of ours about properly proposing privacy changes to an unwilling significant other.
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51 min
October 15, 2016
002-Updates to the book (Part 2)
Episode 2 of The Complete Privacy & Security Podcast. We continue our updates from the book and discuss the differences in TrueCrypt vs. VeraCrypt.
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65 min
October 15, 2016
001-Updates to the book (Part 1)
Episode 001: An update to the book (Part 1)
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75 min
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