Smashing Security podcast #009: False flags and hacker clues

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Smashing Security #009: False flags and hacker clues

The Lazarus malware attempts to trick you into believing it was written by Russians, second-hand connected cars may be easier to steal, and is your child a malicious hacker?

All this and more is discussed by cybersecurity veterans Graham Cluley, Vanja Svajcer and Carole Theriault.

Oh, and Carole makes Graham and Vanja apologise for their past mistakes.

Smashing Security #009: 'False flags and hacker clues'

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Graham Cluley is an award-winning keynote speaker who has given presentations around the world about cybersecurity, hackers, and online privacy. A veteran of the computer security industry since the early 1990s, he wrote the first ever version of Dr Solomon's Anti-Virus Toolkit for Windows, makes regular media appearances, and is the co-host of the popular "Smashing Security" podcast. Follow him on Twitter, Mastodon, Threads, Bluesky, or drop him an email.

One comment on “Smashing Security podcast #009: False flags and hacker clues”

  1. drsolly

    Did I ever tell you abuot the time, when I was working for IWS, and we'd just taken delivery of a new HP 3000, about two months later I managed to get it to print out every single password of everyone on the system? I left the printout on the desk of the IT manager at the time for him to find the next morning, and the resulting kerfuffle was most satisfying.

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