Tag Archives: Anonymous

Terrorism & InfoSec – Daily Security Byte EP. 177

On the surface, terrorist attacks and information security (infosec) seem unrelated. However, the abhorrent terrorist attacks carried out against innocent victims in Paris have stirred up two long-running information security topicsis hactivism valuable and should governments have access to public encrypted data? Neither of these are black and white issues, but watch today’s daily video to get my opinion on these subjects.

(Episode Runtime: 4:27)

Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6q9YZfeRcuU


— Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)

iOS Bounties, Android Auto-root, and Guy Fawkes Day – WSWiR Episode 168

Nowadays, each week has more information security news that we used to have each month. If you find yourself falling behind, and need a shortcut to stay informed, this is the weekly video for you. Every Monday, I summarize our daily security video from last week.

Today’s episode covers a new Android malware variant, an iOS zero day that’s bad for the industry, a couple hacktivism campaigns, and more. Watch the YouTube video for all the details, and check out the references below to learn more.

(Episode Runtime: 13:13)

Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7Xgnd8CHQ8



— Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)

Guy Fawkes Day Hacktivism – Daily Security Byte EP. 173

Based on the masks they chose, you could probably guess that Hacktivists, like Anonymous, associate strongly with Guy Fawkes. So it’s not surprising that they also plan hacking campaigns for Guy Fawkes Day, which falls on November 5th every year. Watch today’s episode to hear about two hacktivist campaigns carried out this week, and what we can learn from them.

(Episode Runtime: 3:23)

Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u16h84ZbkRQ


— Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)

Hacked Team Flash ’Sploit Patched – Daily Security Byte EP.112

Among all the embarrassing stolen data from The Hacking Team breach was a serious Adobe Flash zero day vulnerability, which is now in the hands of any blackhat criminal who knows how to use Google. If you don’t want cyber criminals exploiting this flaw against you, watch today’s video to learn what you can do.

(Episode Runtime: 1:47)

Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05Vgkg9l-1M


— Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)

The Cyber Sky is Falling – Daily Security Byte EP.111

Yesterday, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) stopped trading, United Airlines grounded thousands of flights, and the Wall Street Journal site went down all due to computer and network related issues. The night before, an Anonymous group twitter account had predicted a bad day for Wall Street. Was this all a coordinated “cyber” attack? Watch today’s video to see what I think.

(Episode Runtime: 3:24)

Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkOKf92yeAM


— Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)

#OpKKK – WSWiR Episode 130

Emergency Windows Patch, Malware Vs. Passwords, and #OpKKK

Nowadays, researchers, hackers, and the media bombard us with tons of information security (InfoSec) news each week. There’s so much, it’s hard to keep upespecially when it’s not your primary job. However, I believe everyone needs to be aware of the latest InfoSec threats. If you want to protect your network, follow our weekly video so I can quickly get you up to speed every Friday.

Today’s episode covers a critical out-of-cycle Microsoft patch, talks about the latest updates to a nasty piece of mobile malware, and explores the ethical issues surrounding a recent Anonymous attack campaign, Operation KKK. Press play for the details, and see the references below for more stories.

As an aside, after shooting this week’s video, I learned attackers may have stolen a bunch of passwords from many popular online services. It may be a hoax, but if you use Windows Live, PSN, or 2K Games, you should probably change you password… just to be safe. Have a great weekend!

(Episode Runtime: 10:44)

Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUsqxsHvVZc



— Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)

IE & Flash 0day – WSWiR Episode 105

White House Cyber Disclosure, Traffic Light Hacking, and Zero Day Exploits

There was a ton of Information Security news this week. More than most people can keep up with; especially busy IT administrators who are already putting out other fires. If you have little time to read the latest news, but want a quick recap of the most important infosec stories each week, this is the vlog for you.

In this episode, I react to the White House talking about their zero day disclosure policy, I share news about a researcher hijacking traffic lights across the US, and I warn you about two critical zero day flaws in very popular software products. If you want to stay informed and get the latest security advice, watch the video below. You can also explore the Reference section for links to more stories.

Enjoy your weekend, and stay safe out there.

(Episode Runtime: 8:04)

Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxQoInvMBcw

Episode References:


— Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)

iOS Malware- WSWiR Episode 104

Apple Updates, Reappearing Backdoors, and iOS Malware

If you looking for a quick security news round up, subscribe to this weekly Infosec vlog. Today, I cover a number of Apple stories, from the latests patches to iOS malware; I warn about a supposedly fixed router backdoor that has re-appeared; and I talk about the trend of governments withholding zero day exploits. Watch the video below for the details, and check out the References for more information and news. Here’s a bonus security tip;  If you jump out a plane (like I did), take a parachute! Have a great weekend. (Episode Runtime: 7:38) Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfJbCaLlFns

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— Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)

WatchGuard Security Week in Review: Episode 53 – RSA 2013

RSA 2013: Big Data, Chinese APT, and User Awareness

This week’s InfoSec news video comes from the 2013 RSA Security Conference in San Francisco. As such, much of the episode covers the major themes from the show flow. However, cyber attackers don’t take a break just because the security industry is having a pow-wow. I also cover other big stories from the week, including an emergency Flash update, a cPanel breach, new nation-state malware, and even an HTML5 trick than can fill you hard drive. Check out the episode below.

As always, feel free to browse the Reference section for more details on any of these stories, and thanks for watching. Comment if you have any suggestions.

(Episode Runtime: 10:11)

Direct YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJbDQnkUToE

Episode References:

— Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)

WatchGuard Security Week in Review: Episode 52 – China APT1

China APT1 Attackers and Java 0day Breaches

Welcome to another week of InfoSec news. If you’re subscribed to the YouTube channel directly, you probably noticed I posted last week’s video late last Friday. Unfortunately, I was catching a plane at the time, so I decided to wait until today to post the video blog entry. If you missed any of last week’s big information and network security news, you’ve come to the right place.

This week’s “on the road” episode covers Apple and Facebook network compromises, the zero day Java exploit that caused them, and one security company’s research alleging the Chinese government is behind many recents advanced persistent threat (APT) attacks. I also recommend some critical updates for Windows, Linux, and OS X users, so make sure to watch below.

This week I’ll be attending the RSA security conference, and recording another episode on the go, which means I may also post next week’s episode earlier or later than normal depending on my travel and event schedule. Until then, thanks for watching and stay frosty out there.

(Episode Runtime: 6:39)

Direct YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MolGboEK7nE

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— Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)


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